It’s not safe in several regions of Mexico for men, women and children because of the cartels. It’s not safe for journalists as a category, as well.
On Thursday, State Department and United States Agency for International Development officials spoke before a House Foreign Affairs subcommittee regarding security assistance from the U-S to Mexico.
Chairman Albio Sires among others addressed the committee . . . .
Deputy Assistant Secretary of State in the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs, Richard Glenn, confirms the intensity of the issues down south of the border . . . .