Sunday, February 26, 2012

A poor man pleads for mercy, but a rich man answers harshly

Big-league Mexican drug traffickers imprisoned in the United States are contending that unnecessarily harsh conditions — locked up alone in ultra-high-security confinement — take a physical and psychological toll and may violate U.S.-Mexico extradition treaties.

The courthouse pleadings for relief come from men who cut their teeth and made their names in a criminal underworld that has carried out unheard of levels of brutality in Mexico, including murder by beheading, mutilation, hanging and massacre.

Mexican drug traffickers complaining of U.S. prison conditions 

Narco Execution Videos and Their Effects on the General Population

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