This professionally-formatted free-flowing ebook reproduces an important hearing on the Mexican war against drug cartels. We face an enormous challenge as Mexican cartels control some 95 percent of the cocaine that reaches our streets. These cartels have expanded their tentacles into extortion, kidnapping, car theft, human trafficking, counterfeiting, and any other illicit enterprise that they can think of. The growth in Mexican organized crime and its control of the drug trade from cultivation in the Andes, transshipment through Central America, and its street-level distribution in our country presents tremendous challenges. In the face of brutal violence that has seen over 36,000 murders over the last 4 years, the Mexican government and people have been unflagging in their commitment to root out drug trafficking. In doing so they have worked with us in ways that would have been unimaginable a decade ago.
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