WikiLeaks and the War on Drugs

WikiLeaks and the War on Drugs
Now, as he leaves office after yet another disputed election, Calderón will go down in history as one of Mexico's most discredited and unpopular presidents—in part because of the revelations in the WikiLeaks cables that exposed his “unprecedented …
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The search for 'El Chapo' intensifies in Mexico
On Saturday, a federal official said the drug lord was flown to a mountainous region of his home state of Sinaloa following his daring 11 July escape from his cell through a tunnel dug under the maximum security prison where he was being held, not far …
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WIKILEAKS: Mexican President's Guard Leaked Secrets To Drug Cartels
A Mexican army officer assigned to guard President Felipe Calderon leaked military intelligence to drug cartels, trained hit men and supplied military weapons to Los Zetas, according to a U.S. Embassy cable recently released by Wikileaks. The U.S …
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Leaked documents reveal Mexico ignored warnings prior to El Chapo's escape
The Mexican government ignored clear warnings that the nation's most notorious criminal, Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, planned to escape from the maximum-security Altiplano prison long before his eventual flight in July, according to an in-depth …
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MexicoLeaks — the latest way Mexicans are saying "basta ya" to corruption
Started by a handful of the country's journalists and supported by some news organizations, MéxicoLeaks is an anonymous whistleblower online site and Twitter account (@MexLeaks) modeled on WikiLeaks. It's not just an anonymous spot for people to spout …
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