Thursday, November 10, 2005

The United States' Draconian Approach to Drug Interdiction is a Huge Success

Who are the victims of the drug trade? Is it the addicts? The families of addicts? Crime victims? Law enforcement agencies? Taxpayers? Or is it poverty-stricken children in the countries that provide our recreational substances? Is it all of these? Do you think the homeless children in Medellin, Columbia would choose the life they've gotten in the capital of the cocaine industry? Who knows?

Irrespective of all that messy stuff, some fashion models provided entertainment to the loaded street children of Medellin.
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A model parades in front of street children, some of whom are sniffing glue, in the drug-infested 'Barrio Triste' (Sad Neighborhood) in downtown Medellin in Colombia November 7, 2005. The event was organised to entertain the children by a member of a local charity that helps children in Barrio Triste by providing food, clothes and cleaning facilities. REUTERS/Albeiro Lopera Tue Nov 8,11:59 AM ET - Reprinted without permission.

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