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Échale la culpa a la heroína : de Iguala a Chicago

Author: José Reveles
Publisher: México, D.F. : Grijalbo, octubre 2015.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Spanish : Primera ediciońView all editions and formats
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The parties most responsible for the disappearance of 43 student teachers in Ayotzinapa, maintains José Reveles, are the last three presidents of the Republic [of Mexico]. They should have conducted a firm and authoritative anti-drug policy, yet they knuckled under and blindly served the appetite of the United States, the country with the most addicts in the world. Since Vicente Fox's time in office, the government  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: José Reveles
ISBN: 9786073138055 6073138059
OCLC Number: 935704579
Language Note: In Spanish.
Notes: Includes index (pages 181-189).
Description: 189 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Introducción: El infierno de Iguala --
1. De Iguala a Los Ángeles, a Chicago --
2. Policías bélicos y kaibiles --
3. Buenos samaritanos --
4. Vasto reino de la amapola --
5. Una dosis para Nueva York --
6. Cogobierno PRD-narco --
7. Autobuses de la muerte --
8. La heroína que sí pasó --
9. Tres para "verdad historica" --
10. Versión que ignoró la PGR --
11. Con Fox comenzó la debacle --
Epílogo.
Responsibility: José Reveles.

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The parties most responsible for the disappearance of 43 student teachers in Ayotzinapa, maintains José Reveles, are the last three presidents of the Republic [of Mexico]. They should have conducted a firm and authoritative anti-drug policy, yet they knuckled under and blindly served the appetite of the United States, the country with the most addicts in the world. Since Vicente Fox's time in office, the government abandoned the aerial fumigation of fields of cannabis and opium poppies. Today the military combats these planting by hand, but cannot keep pace with their explosive growth. Thus, thanks to the erratic "War on Drugs", Mexico became the world's second largest producer of heroin, second only to Afghanistan and overtaking Colombia and the so-called "Asiatic triangle." Lawless areas like Guerrero are a paradise for these illegal crops, with the trade oiled by federal, state, and municipal corruption. Into this hell stumbled the student teachers ... and no one wanted to see it. "Blame Heroin."

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