Apr 3, 2012
Drug War Threatens Mexico's Richest City
HispanicBusiness.com: "Growing drug-related violence threatens to take over the city Monterrey, a technology center that is currently Mexico's richest city, researchers said.
More than 400 people have been reported killed in Nuevo Leon state so far in 2012, up from 314 in the first three months of 2011, the Los Angeles Times reported Monday. There are visible signs of violence in the city from the bullet holes at the Cafe Iguana, where four people were shot dead in May, to the charred remains of the Casino Royale, where an arson fire killed 52 in August." read more