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Contact Admin. Even hardened locals are shocked by the current homicide rate in what is being called the world's most violent city.
By Mathieu von Rohr. The sun is beating down as Elizabeth Padilla is laid to rest in the Garden of Eternity cemetery. She lies under a pane of glass. Her pretty face has been made up one last time. Casualties of the Drug Wars. Elizabeth Padilla was 29 and had been a policewoman for eight months when she died. She was killed one Wednesday just before 1.
Her murderers fired six 9mm bullets, hitting her in the right arm and in the head. Just another ordinary day.
Before the white wooden casket is placed into the concrete vault, her unit reports for duty one last time, shouting out in unison, "Elizabeth Padilla, present! But he will carry out justice, he says. The squad car sirens wail a goodbye. More than 1, people have been murdered there this year alone. A total of 1. And perhaps also for the fact that he is losing. A little under three years ago, shortly after he took office, he promised he would defeat the Mexican cartels.
Ever since their Colombian counterparts lost their influence in the s, the Mexican gangs are now the world's most powerful. They provide cocaine, marijuana and methamphetamine to the world's largest drug market, the US. It's a multi-billion-dollar business. The "narcos" or drug barons have always been closely bound up with politics. Governors, mayors and police chiefs are their business partners; policemen, civil servants and journalists are on their pay-roll.