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miguel rodriguez

Well, as in the article "todos somos Juarez", efforts to curb trend will not result positvely quickly. Juarez has not only tolerated but celebrated and defended all types of crimianls for at least the 40 yrs I've lived in the area. their frame of mind will not change quickly. As a matter of fact, they won't even take responsibility for their immoral behavior still. It so easy to blame the president that trying to put them on the rght track. So how can efforts help them? Until they recognize the bad guys are the ones selling drugs, killling/torturing and basically destroying families, and not the one trying to defend them...all is lost...for them.

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My name is Lourdes Cardenas. I’m journalist from Mexico with over 20 years of experience working as an editor, producer, correspondent and reporter for Mexican and American media in Mexico and the United States.

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