Cities Into Ghost Towns: Eunice Adorno in Guadalajara, Mexico
In this week's issue, William Finnegan writes about the drug war in Guadalajara , and the steady westward march of the Zetas, "the most feared organized-crime group in Mexico," into what had previously been one of the country's safer cities.
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#1 Jun 30, 2012
The Mexican Government has to be corrupt!
#2 Sep 13, 2012
It surprises me to see this much attention to photos that donot reflect what they are linked to. They are more a reflection of outskirts areas were no attention is given to common ares, the residential complex in the background is nothing but a new development to cramp up low income people also reflected in photos. They do not reflect established barrios that have ben impacted by the drug war.
There is no doubth that Drug traffiking and Zetas are causing social distress in the city but to attempt to use those amateur photos as a reflection of a city as big as Guadalajara, is simply an irresponsibility
I am under the impression that editors at the publication have more experience in journalism. So I don't undestand how this was not reviewed.
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