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Nightmarish narco-violence in Chihuahua | Global Ganja Report


Nightmarish narco-violence in Chihuahua | Global Ganja Report: There were signs enough of a brewing explosion in Las Varas. Two weeks ago, two officers were killed when the village police station was attacked. Days after that, eight bodies were found in clandestine "narco-graves" behind the local cemetery. There were other confrontations in the village in May, when one civilian was killed. Narly 3,000 shell casings found in the area of the July 5 shoot-out—speaking to months of gunplay in the village.

A "peace of the graveyard" that has prevailed in Ciudad Ju�rez—chief border crossing in Chihuahua and once Mexico's murder capital—since the Sinaloa Cartel crushed the local Ju�rez Cartel. But if the Sinaloa machine now decisively controls the strategic entrep�t, the bloody struggle goes on in Chihuahua's interior mountain production zones.

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