The savage violence among cartel rivals in Mexico and Central American countries for control over drug smuggling routes into the United States to supply degenerate addicts and party people is among the top ten underreported stories in 2011 as reported by Nate Rawlings for Time.
Of course, maybe the story is widely ignored because the media has swallowed the lies from the Obama administration that there is no evidence of any spillover violence into the United States, and as long as it's only people in other countries getting killed the self-absorbed hacks who otherwise call themselves journalists -- some of whom are probably cartel customers -- are content to ignore the carnage.
Ironically, more than 200 people on both sides of the border, including U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry, have been murdered by guns supplied to the Mexican drug cartels by the United States government pursuant to the Fast and Furious operation.
Meanwhile, on Monday morning "the police chief of Saltillo, the capital of the northern Mexican state of Coahuila, and his 11-year-old son were killed by gunmen while driving" in an apparent ambush by a drug cartel as reported by Fox News Latino. Although the weapons used to kill the chief and his boy were assault rifles no word yet on whether they were among the 2,000 weapons supplied by Team Obama.