Monday, October 10, 2011
Crushed by poverty: in Mexico and Latin America, youth itself is the primary risk factor for homicide, says U.N.
A Spanish version of the report said that "the ready availability of firearms, the difficult economic situation and the large number of young people combine to produce a high rate of juvenile homicide." Mexico says that it has about 28 million citizens between 15 and 29. The government also claims that 80% of all firearms seized from drug cartels and their affiliates came from the United States.
Here's why the United States is partially answerable for this tragedy.
Dec. 17, 2012 - The Second Amendment, NRA leave their mark in Mexico
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