Aug 22, 2011

Collateral Damage: What's So Frightening About Mexico's Drug War and El Sicario

A review of the book, "Autobiography of an Mexican Assassin."

Border Lines: By helping this repentant killer tell his story, editors Molloy and Bowden offer the reader what is truly an inside story. In the telling, this sicario helps us understand how the hopes and dreams of a young man from Juarez can turn to a life of professional killing. It’s an insider story that gives provides an unusual window into the political economy of Mexico and its intersection with the drug market, both in Mexico and across the border in the United States.

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