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Using volunteers to fight drugs

Here's a short news video from Al Jazeera English on the use of community volunteers to help fight the drug gangs invading Central America.


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Pink Schnoid

the foolishness of the 'drug war" extends everywhere...and Africa, well, nothing has ever worked there before so I don't see why this ply should....in addition, Africans are even more easily corruptible...legalize all drugs and monitor, educate and tax...evenbtually it will happen but not until all theses various govt agencies from various countries ring the corruption teat dry

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