Zetas Cartel Feud Augurs More Blood, Fear In Mexico
MEXICO - A reuters analysis says the eruption of violence between drug cartels made August, The second bloodiest month since president felipe calderon took office in late 2006 and launched a war against drugs. It's estimated that one thousand three hundred and forty-one people were killed in gang related brutality last month. The analysis also states that the cartels have become more violent and radical. In the last six years more than 55 thousand people have been killed in gang related violence.