Tuesday, June 12, 2012

News at Eleven: [Pedro] Reyes then had the metals crushed

and smelted into shovels which were used to plant 1500 trees, symbolizing lives lost by the weapons.

Acclaimed poet and novelist Javier Sicilia wrote a short poem on violence, which was also tragically personal. Last March his son Juan Francisco was murdered with six other people by cartel gunmen in Morelos state. Below are the last lines of the poem he write in his honor:

from World Net Weekly: Heaven and hell take on Mexican cartels


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