Sam Enriquez

Reporter for the Los Angeles Times

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Mexico City-based reporter for the Los Angeles Times

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Contract shootings, mass executions—even videotaped beheadings—are the latest tactics of Mexico's drug cartels.

US to Fund Colombia-Style Counter-Narcotics Program in Mexico

Contract shootings, mass executions—even videotaped beheadings—are the latest tactics of Mexico's drug cartels.

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