I would sue the U.S. Government . . .
Our subject story tells us about another mass grave site found in which 54 bodies or more have been found, victims of the Mexican Drug Cartels and the U.S. Government. The grave site was found while in search for two missing U.S. Federal Agents.
Were I any of the families of the people found within this burial site, I would sue the U.S. Government in International Criminal Court or whatever Court serves such function for conspiracy to make criminals rich and conspiracy to murder. I would do this because it is the U.S. Government responsible for the death of all of these people and many thousands more. The U.S. by their failed and ongoing “Drug War” allows criminals to control drugs imported into the U.S. allowing the Mexican Drug Cartels to prosper while Mexican People and American People are killed.
Were the U.S. Government to accept the U.S. drug problem as a U.S. problem and take control of these drugs by legalization it would immediately destroy the Mexican Drug Cartels, put an immediate stop to the violence, and give the U.S. a major taxable revenue source. It would also take drug abuse and addiction from the Criminal Courts and place such concerns with the Medical Industry. It would also create numerous jobs, eliminate unemployment as we know it, and refill the empty tax coffers nation wide.
There is absolutely no way for the U.S. to do anything about drugs as long as drugs are controlled by criminals. To believe otherwise is negligence. The U.S. has been negligent in their ongoing failed war on drugs. This negligence has led to thousands of people’s deaths both in the U.S. and abroad, has created numerous criminal empires both in the U.S. and abroad, and wasted billions upon billions of U.S. tax dollars. Politicians nationwide have chosen to do as they wish regardless of the voice of the people for more than 40 years and gotten away with it.
If you do not believe the U.S. Government responsible for the deaths of the people found in this grave site, you are wrong. Our Government, our Politicians, and We The People are all responsible for the damage our failed War On Drugs has created . . .