Calderon Calling: Mexican President Prods U.S. on Drugs, Guns

Four years after Mexican President Felipe Calderon launched an aggressive campaign against the drug cartels in his country, an estimated 35,000 people have died from the fighting, including more than 2,000 law enforcement officers, and there are no signs the violence has abated. The ambush of two U.S. special agents in Mexico last month, the December murder of a Border Patrol agent in Arizona by Mexican bandits and the beheading of a Phoenix man in October by Mexican cartel members are the...Full Story
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