Posted 3 years ago on April 3, 2012, 3:10 p.m. EST by jrhirsch
from Sun City, CA
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From CNN "Over the past five years, nearly 48,000 people have been killed in suspected drug-related violence in Mexico, the country's federal attorney general announced this month. In the first three quarters of 2011, almost 13,000 people died."
If this number is even close to being correct, how can anyone in there right mind continue the prohibition of drugs? It is a crime to export violence to other countries instead of handling the problem here.
How does this tie into occupy? The police state feeds off prohibition. More cops, more lawyers, more prisons, more taxes, more crime, more broken families, more death. And it will never solve the problem.