Monthly Archives: July 2011

The Passenger

Carlos Teos owned city buses in “the most dangerous country in the world” — not Mexico, and not Colombia – but El Salvador. His drivers on Route 46 met the world’s highest national homicide rate, if measured per capita–far higher … Continue reading

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The Challenge

by Gary Moore I began seeking the hidden puzzle pieces in the San Fernando massacre nearly a year ago, just after it occurred in August 2010. By now San Fernando, the ghostly town in northern Mexico, has become world famous–but … Continue reading

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The Lost Peaks

by Gary Moore They are the two great landmarks in Mexico’s emerging violence: 1) the August immigrant massacre of 2010, and 2) the “bus massacres” of 2011. The shocking size of these twin peaks cries out for a full accounting. … Continue reading

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Devil’s Curve

by Gary Moore El Erasmo ran out of luck at Devil’s Curve, a fitting backdrop, framed by lonely pasture country nearly 800 miles south of the U.S. border, though less than a mile from the lapping Gulf of Mexico. It … Continue reading

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