Nine U.S. citizens killed in attack in Mexico

Nine U.S. citizens, mostly women and children, were killed in an attack by a cartel in Northern Mexico south of Douglas, Arizona. Those killed were members of an offshoot of the Mormon Church.  Alexander Aviña, Arizona State University School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies, discusses the shooting within the context of Mexico’s “War on Drugs”.

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