Former Mexican President, Vincente Fox, Blames U.S. for Mexican Drug War Casualties

Vincente Fox spoke with the BBC’s Katty Kay about Mexico’s War on Drugs. Since 2006, when Fox was replaced by Felipe Calderon as President of our neighbors to the south, there are have been 45,000 deaths during battles with the drug cartels. To place that in context, there were 58,000 U.S. soldiers killed in our aborted attempt in Vietnam (and millions of Vietnamese deaths). Fox thinks legalization needs to happen in the U.S. or violence will continue south of the border. Check out the video after the jump.

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