Calderon's Legacy of Blood and Busts 

Despite his military offensive, outgoing Mexican President Felipe Calderon couldn’t destroy the drug cartels

Shortly after President Felipe Calderon took office in December 2006, he flew to a military base in his home state of Michoacan to personnally address troops he sent out to fight drug traffickers. To add impact to his message, he dressed in…

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