Mexican Meth Floods U.S.
Drug enforcement agents report the number of meth labs in the U.S. has plummeted.
The epidemic of meth use is still rampant because the drug is still plentiful on America's streets. Why?
"They just came across into Mexico to start production," said Fuillermo Gonzalez of the Tijuana Police Department.
By some estimates, as much at 80 percent of the meth on U.S. streets comes from Mexico. Agents see more of it at the border. Meth seizures are up 106 percent in a year at the border crossing near San Diego.
Now I see what Jorge Bush is talking about, since Americans no longer cook the meth the Mexicans will do it. Those hard working illegals, I'm so glad that they are willing to pick up the slack for the drug industry where Americans are lacking.
And thank you Teddy K for your non-solution to the meth problem (outlawing cold-pills) while refusing to do anything about illegal aliens coming here from Mexico (with trunks full of meth). That's some great leadership.
Anyone else remember this picture? It's empty boxes of cold-pills littering the streets in Tijuana. Quick, someone give these guys guest worker status so they can go back and forth between countries.