Over 22,000 people have died in Mexico’s drug war, 3,365 in January through March this year.
El Universal highlights the routes taken by immigrants through Mexico, a trip fraught with danger, as the drug cartels increasingly kidnap and kill those attempting it.
After an event at the National Press Club on Tuesday, CNSNews.com asked Kerlikowske, “According to Border Patrol, only 873 [miles] of the 2,000-mile-long southwest border is under effective control. Does that affect your mission to control drugs?”
“Actually, I’m all here about prescription drugs today, thanks,” Kerlikowske said after participating in a panel discussion on the national prescription drug epidemic.
Does that mean “he’s not all there” on other issues?
He made no further comment on the border-drug issue.
That answers my question, then.