Tuesday, December 9, 2008
Mexico's attorney general says organized-crime slayings more than doubled this year. More than 350 people have been killed in Tijuana since the end of September. As drug cartels battle for control of the border city's key smuggling routes into the U.S. market. KPBS Border Reporter Amy Isackson and Vicente Calderón with the TijuanaPress.com have teamed up to determine what message these murders are sending, and what's being done to curb the problem.