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Mexico / Drug War (Part II) #924486

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 09, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The violence in the drug wars in Mexico reviewed. "60 Minutes" report continued.

(Mexico: Anderson Cooper) The drug wars featured; a CNN interview with Mexican drug trafficker Sandra Avila Beltran, who is accused of trying to smuggle cocaine into the US, presented; scenes shown from inside a Mexican prison. [AVILA BELTRAN - {thru translator} talks about the drug trafficking business and the government corruption in Mexico.] [Mexican attorney general Eduardo MEDINA MORA††- comments on why the drug cartels have the economic and intimidation power; states it will take time, money and lives to beat the cartels.] [Homeland Security Secretary Janet NAPOLITANO - comments on dealing with the drug war spilling over into the US and the battle in Mexico.] [Attorney General Eric HOLDER - speaks about the drug cartels.]

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