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Speaking of crime and violence in Mexico, consider this number: 6,836.
That’s the number of people killed in drug-related violence since 2007, more than the number of American fatalities in the Iraq War.
More from Ken Silverstein:
Amount British Nuclear Fuels paid the British Scouts last year to add its logo to their scientist badge:
Roughly 80 percent of U.S. cocaine was thought to be contaminated with a drug that causes skin tissues to rot.
Ohio was judged to be the most profane state.
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