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Cancun in Crisis
Cancun, Mexico, bordering the tranquil inviting warm waters of the Caribbean Sea, offers rest and relaxation for travelers from around the world.
Indeed, since its humble beginning in the 1980s and coming of age in the 1990s, the sun-kissed frolicking playground of funseekers had largely escaped the “other Mexico.”
The general pall of insecurity created from the unrelenting drug wars between cartels, namely Sinaloa and Gulf, blankets the entire country of Mexico.
The government and its institutions in Mexico City have proven unable to combat the bloody rampage of what the US Drug Enforcement Agency calls transnational criminal organizations (TCOs).
Do not forget the Cartel de Cancun reportedly run by a woman named Leticia Rodriguez Lara, a former police officer and one of the only women in Mexico to lead her own drug gang. 
While researching other issues, news in Spanish about the decline of tourists in Cancun piqued my interest.
Thus, I pursued one lead to another and the following report is a result.
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