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Although the number of homicides reached a record high in Mexico inthe homicide rates were higher in numerous other countries in that region — let alone around the world. The House on Jan. Trump made his case for wall funding in a Jan.
We need the Wall for the safety and security of our country. We need the Wall to help stop the massive inflow of drugs from Mexico, now rated the number one most dangerous country in the world.
If there is no Wall, there is no Deal! Trump realDonaldTrump January 18, As we have written beforethe bulk of illicit drugs passes undetected through legal ports of entry, mostly in hidden compartments of passenger vehicles and tractor trailers. While Mexico has a significant problem of violence, it is manifestly false that Mexico is the most dangerous country in the world.
According to UN figures for the most recent international reportMexico is far from being one of the most violent countries.
Although data from December are not yet available, Shirk told us the number of homicides in Mexico in apparently will top 28, And considered per capita, other countries in the region including El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala have far higher rates of homicide, according to the latest Global Study on Homicide compiled by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.
That leaves us once again guessing what the president may have been referring to. Drug trade is largely the cause. We estimate deaths directly related to conflict.
We do not provide an assessment of the levels of violence in any country. State Department, which warns against travel to five Mexican states due to high crime. Those states received the highest Level 4 warning, the same as given to countries like Afghanistan and Somalia, the New York Times noted.As the violence was exploding, Mexico was instituting a U.S.-style trial system, with judges who hear testimony from sworn witnesses in courtrooms open to the public.
Jan 10, · El Salvador and Honduras are locked in an unholy race for the world's highest homicide rate, with surging crime and drug violence across the region threatening to . A history of violence Beneath Mexico lies the grim toll of the country's brutal drug war. graves,” containing decaying bodies and piled bones of mostly unidentified victims of what appears to be violence related to the drug war and human-trafficking networks.
Mexico maelstrom: how the drug violence got so bad Members of the Mexican army and federal police patrol a crime scene after an organised crime shooting at the Villa Juárez neighbourhood in. Even if violence doesn’t spill over the border, says Isacson, “life on the U.S.
side is still altered by the fear and economic depression on the Mexican side.”. Factional competition resulting from the breakup of large organized crime organizations continues to drive violence in Mexico.
The lucrative fentanyl trade, built on the backbone of methamphetamine and opiate smuggling networks, is furthering the expansion of criminal groups in Tierra Caliente.