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McCormick speaks with Boston Herald, Bloomberg about cartel violence in Mexico

November 7, 2019

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Gladys McCormick

Gladys McCormick

On Monday, nine members of a Mormon family, all US citizens, were killed in northern Mexico in an apparent attack by drug cartels. "The level of violence is brutal," Gladys McCormick, Jay and Debe Moskowitz Endowed Chair in Mexico-U.S. Relations, told the Boston Herald. "The last four weeks have been horrible for Mexico,” she added. "The zone where the attacks took place is also up for grabs. One of the big demon cartels is responsible." McCormick spoke with several media outlets about the recent cartel violence in Mexico. 

Bloomberg: "AMLO Declines Trump’s Help After Six Children Killed in Attack" and "AMLO’s Guard Hunts Migrants for Trump as Cartels Run Rampant"

Boston Herald: "Notorious ‘big demon’ cartel eyed in slaughter of Americans"

Global News: "The massacre of an American family in Mexico"

USA Today: "Why offshoots of the Mormon church fled to Mexico"


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