Justice in Mexico

October 2010 News Report now available

On behalf of the Trans-Border Institute (TBI) at the University of San Diego, we are pleased to share with you our October 2010 news report from the Justice in Mexico Project.  Here are a few highlights:

  • Cartel-related killings up slightly in October after a four-week lull
  • César Duarte is inaugurated as Governor in Chihuahua
  • Series of massacres target youths and drug addicts
  • Attacks continue against mayors throughout Mexico
  • Tijuana attempts to reinvent its image amidst recent downturn in violence
  • Department of Justice report details inefficiencies of Project Gunrunner
  • Accusations of corruption against former-Chihuahua state attorney general
  • Kidnapping legislation passes in both chambers of Congress

Also, as always, remember that our monthly reports, as well as our latest drug violence maps, are available on our project website (www.justiceinmexico.org).

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