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Have a drug lords are taking their war on line literally.
To mangled bodies were just found hanging from an overpass in Mexico in a Mexican city.
That's tragic but hardly new to Mexico what is new are placards left near the bodies which claimed they were killed.
For speaking out against the cartels on the Internet is this brutal violence a symptom of our needless drug war.
Fox News is very Alan and my good buddy and colleague Robert Rivera joins us now accurate.
Come -- it's our longest war -- our most fruitless war well I think generally speaking in the war on drugs is a horrible failure.
A multi trillions of dollars spent with very little effect.
Mexico is a little different because not only our drugs rampant but they threaten the very sovereignty of the nation -- so.
They are totally undermining the government the federal government's outrage -- tickets out of Mexico City.
Local governments totally infiltrated by narco traffic -- days.
They have taken over entire police forces judge they really have converted Mexico into a virtual -- state.
And I I think that it is really on the verge of fail like how does Mexico get out of this would with the legalization of marijuana.
And cocaine in the United States.
Put the drug lords out of business or at least diminish their authority and their violent.
No question about it -- long advocated that but I think right now when you have this situation where you have prohibition in the United States.
Where you have the ample opportunity since to generate supply.
-- -- very lucrative commodity to the United States you have a situation where.
Half of Mexico was engaged in the trafficking is is it is it American demanded that fuels this or is -- Mexican demand or is it both or -- these drugs virtually legal -- -- so rampant in Mexico are now I wouldn't say they were legal in Mexico but you have the economic incentive to.
Commit the most heinous acts and what's happening in Mexico now is not only have 40000 people died in the drug war but forty journalists have also been -- And you have a situation now where the mainstream media has stopped reporting largely.
On the on the body count in the drug war so it's been left to the bloggers.
And now the cartel and so.
-- really hideous in terms of their violence they are finding out who these CIBER.
Vigilantes are -- are cracking down they are killing them and ironically the state is also cracking down on the uses of the social media because -- -- sometimes they exaggerate.
The the danger -- what they called between Tara outside visit name forth between -- April which released late alright.
Is there a chance and in your lifetime and mine the American government will wake up.
And let Americans put into their bodies whatever chemicals that want to know no chance at all not as long as we have the ethical and moral system that we have.
The people who professed to represent the the American ideal are harshly anti drug and I think -- stay -- -- Switching gears the Department of Justice recently issued a scathing 114.
About law enforcement on your favorite island on the planet Puerto Rico.
-- really really serious violations of the constitution.
Police killed police arrested police prosecutors were you surprised at what you saw in -- -- Do you remember -- any time here in New York judge the attitude you had told the cops directly related to where you were from.
If you're from my good neighborhood that was being assailed by.
Crime you -- Giuliani's harsh tactics you want the pleased to be very aggressive right if you're in a neighborhood that we're.
We're stopping Frist was happening on an -- -- -- regular basis where youngsters were being arrested and I on that basis your appearance their appearance or washing windows you know the the squeegee men.
You were very offended by the Giuliani tactics Puerto -- has a horrible crime -- they have a murder epidemic they have twice the murders of New York City with half the population to give you an idea it is really a desperate situation now the cops like the LAPD following Rodney King -- -- Pittsburgh cops.
Following some high profile civil rights violations in the 1990s friend again investigated by the federal authorities.
Police powers vested in the localities in the states but the federal government has the ability to check when the cops are allegedly violate constitutional rights and that is the allegation epidemic we incorporate is there -- we have half a minute left is -- even an.
Effort to enforce the constitution amongst the government and law enforcement Puerto Rico I I you know if it's a difficult question to -- to it and it's surety but I have to say that.
What happens off times is the political partisanship in Puerto Rico.
When the government gets voted out in -- get my get voted in they get rid of all the top brass on the tops of the cops are as partisan as every other over politicized branch of the Puerto Rican government.
And that's part of the problem in this case well tough story -- that's a pleasure for no matter what we talk about package that is.
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