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Mexico’s Drug War Massacre: 72 Killed In Mass Execution – Bodies Found After Military Gunfight

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We need some good news stories coming out of Mexico all of these drug war stories can’t be helping them, but this latest one was too much to ignore.

72 dead bodies were found on a farm after a gunfight between the military & the cartel

One Response to “Mexico’s Drug War Massacre: 72 Killed In Mass Execution – Bodies Found After Military Gunfight”

  1. Jillian Galloway Says:

    $113 billion is spent on marijuana every year in the U.S., and because of the prohibition *every* dollar of it goes straight into the hands of criminals. Far from preventing people from using marijuana, the prohibition instead creates zero legal supply amid massive and unrelenting demand.

    According to the ONDCP, two-thirds of the Mexican drug cartel’s money comes from selling marijuana in the U.S., and they protect this cash flow by brutally torturing, murdering and dismembering thousands of innocent people.

    If we can STOP people using marijuana then we need to do so now, but if we can’t then we need to legalize the production and sale of marijuana to adults with after-tax prices set too low for the cartels to match. One way or the other, we have to force the cartels out of the marijuana market and eliminate their highly lucrative marijuana incomes – no business can withstand the loss of two-thirds of its revenue!

    To date, the cartels have amassed more than 100,000 “foot soldiers” and operate in 230 U.S. cities, and the longer they’re able to exploit the prohibition the more powerful they’re going to get and the more our own personal security is put in jeopardy.

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