M.I.T. professor, free market economy specialist and former advisor to Carlos Salinas.
Sister of Raul and Carlos, and ex-wife of assassinated Jose Francisco (Pepe) Ruiz Massieu, General Secretary of the PRI.
Harvard University history professor and an intimate of Carlos Salinas since student days.
Administrator, U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.
Money laundering expert and a former federal prosecutor.
International banking expert and professor at American University Law School. He is former general counsel at the Inter-American Development Bank.
Swiss investigator in charge of investigating the millions of dollars in Raul Salinas's foreign bank accounts. He is Chief of the Central Office for Narcotics of the Swiss National Police.
Former head of DEA operations.
U.S. drug czar. He has been director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy since February 1996.
Mexican congressman involved in the Mexican Congress's first independent investigation into corruption.
Mexican political analyst and professor at the National Autonomous University of Mexico.
U.S. Ambassador to Mexico.
Foreign correspondent for the Miami Herald and author of Bordering on Chaos--Guerrillas, Stockbrokers, Politicians and Mexico's Road to Prosperity , first published in the U.S. by Little, Brown & Company. (It is a best-selling book in Mexico.)
Vice President of the Mexican Academy of Human Rights.
Prominent Mexican business leader and owner of Corona beer.