In today’s Mexico, drug cartels have become so powerful, they’re threatening the stability of the country. For the past two and a half years, the government has been waging open war on the drugs cartels. 10,000 people have been killed; some regions in Mexico are now more dangerous than Baghdad. Making the government’s job more difficult, many local police officers have been bribed by the cartels. To combat them, the government has recruited incorruptible policemen and installed secret cameras in police stations. We investigate Mexico’s drugs war.
For months, we infiltrated the La Línea cartel, following the cocaine trail from Mexico to New York. We reveal the heart of the Mexican-US drugs trade.More info
Since 2006 when Mexico’s president Felipe Calderón declared war on drug trafficking, over 23,000 people have disappeared. This film investigates several of these stories including one of the most serious cases of mass disappearance.More info
We travel through the country, visiting Cuidad Juarez, one of the most dangerous cities in the world, and witness horrific crime scenes, speak to witnesses and the victims’ families.More info