Since 2006, an estimated 50,000 people have died in drug- and gang-related violence in Mexico -- 49 of whom were found this weekend without heads, hands or feet outside Monterrey. Ray Suarez discusses the latest brutality with Alejandro Junco, owner…
Without heads, hands or feet, 49 bodies were discovered outside Monterrey, Mexico -- the latest casualties of a brutal five-year-old war between the country's top two drug cartels. Ray Suarez reports.
Bill Neely of Independent Television News continues his series of reports on Mexico's battle against drug cartels with a look at how Monterrey, the nation's richest city, is falling victim to widespread violence.
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