Friday, December 24, 2010

At least 12,000 people have died this year in Mexico's drug war

Through Nov. 30, 12,456 people were killed, making 2010 the deadliest year since Mexican President Felipe Calderon began a government crackdown against traffickers in 2006, the Los Angeles Times reported. The death toll since the start of the drug war is nearly 30,200, said Mexican Attorney General Arturo Chavez. Other officials estimate the death toll at about 32,000.
Photo from Blog Del Narco which covers a lot of this.

War on Drugs... :(

1 comment:

annom said...

Ai. Sad how prohibitionist see this as an argument for why drugs are bad... :(