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Months have gone by since the last of the grisly mass killings that have marked the conflict’s darkest moments.
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The drug wars are still around, but as the artical states it is being done is less public ways and in remote areas. The drug lords will not push to much for if they do they will bring more of the military on them, not just the local police which really could not stop them. Also the more publilc it is the more the US would want to get involved to try to stem the problem. The will continue to lay low as this type of story dies down and the US focuses on something else, like Syria at the moment.
Drug related killings are unbelievably high at 12,000 a year in Mexico. They are avoiding the military and police and keeping the killings quite to the rest of Mexico as well. The police and Military are no longer allowed to parade the suspected drug members in front of cameras anymore either. But just because things are being kept quite doesnt mean they are anyless deadly