WASHINGTON, D.C., March 8, 2011—Homeland Security Today’s award-winning coverage of the drug-related violence along the US-Mexico border continues as we shed light on two disturbing trends—the youthfulness of the individuals involved and the new ways smugglers are trying to get illicit drugs into the US.
In its March cover story, “Mexico’s Youngest Assassins,” Homeland Security Today’s Mexico City Correspondent Jana Schroeder reports on an increasingly disturbing factor in the vicious violence that is plaguing Mexico—the youthfulness of the individuals involved, whether as assassins or victims.
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The overwhelming American desire for illegal drugs is a strong motivator for smugglers to find ways to pursue the huge drug profits they want so badly. In Homeland Security Today’s article “Creativity in a Bad Cause,” Sylvia Longmire, an intelligence professional with military law enforcement experience and analytical experience covering Latin America, reports on the new and exotic ways smugglers are getting illicit drugs into the United States.
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