Security and law experts shed light on organized crime in Mexico

Security analyst Alejandro Hope and Dr. Edgardo Buscaglia, the director of the International Law and Economic Development Center, explain the connections between drugs, politics and organized crime in Mexico.
2:20 | 05/10/18

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Quiet we've. Quite what happens we'll report. The US will be crisis hasn't seen. The opening crisis. We started looks started. Legal markets. What started. Farmer. Poems are more. Right to control them working in that many people. Yet many people. To shift from legal groups. There until recently sixty this shift from trucks will be looking to. Do well diversified. The electric crisis. Has also created be interleague meeting. Up you'll put pollute and rob. And warriors were. In a way we. History. What's the civilians that patrol and local ball that's what this Mexican collection once said that ruptured was lot of problems system. Corruption is just to. Mexico has deep problem we've organized crime by deepen. Organized crime in Mexico it's politics and politics is organized crime so. Organized crime does not just covered trucks in the 1990s and 1980s you hat. A state. It is under one party control. But later when market Mexico started to walk towards. Democracy that has not yet here. You started to have several parties competing for. Competing for power which dirty money. Competing for power when different criminal groups supporting those different parties so most of that money going into politics comments from organized. Organized crime is much more than products crux is just one of the 23 main criminal markets in Mexico. Trucks is not the major source of money of this criminal groups political corruption is a huge source of dirty money in Mexico.

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