The border town of Tijuana is a microcosm for the drug-related violence afflicting Mexico. This year is on track to set a record for killings tied to the drug trade, fueled by gang power struggles and a federal crackdown. Los Angeles Times border reporter Richard Marosi gives us his take on what has
happened and how this came to be.
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