This Week in Narco News

A Summary of Our Online Networks as of December 7, 2010

December 7, 2010…

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Narco News TV Ratings:

Spring Breakers Without Borders

¡Trending! 39,734 viewers since september 21, 2010

Jodido México 2010

Trending! 222,148 viewers since July 1, 2010

F**cked Mexico 2010 with English Subtitles

6,405 viewers since July 16, 2010

Torture in Egypt

19,809 viewers since February 26, 2010

¿Donde están Los Mayas?

Trending! 9,761 since June 16, 2010

Where Are the Maya?

Trending! 6,195 viewers since June 16, 2010

Al Gore's Mexican Adventure

1,040 viewers since August 10, 2010

The Neighbors Who Blocked the Superhighway

1,212 viewers since September 8, 2010

 

Recent Featured Reports:

Business Group Looking to Invest in Honduras After Coup

By Erin Rosa, November 24, 2010

House of Death Informant, Now in Hiding, is Heading to Court

By Bill Conroy, November 27, 2010

Memo Reveals US State Department Knew Honduras Coup Was Illegal, Did Not Follow Own Advice

By Erin Rosa, November 28, 2010

State Department “Secret Cable” Lays Out U.S. Intelligence-Gathering Agenda in Paraguay

By Bill Conroy, November 28, 2010

Canadian Mining Corporation Receives Permits in Mexican Indigenous Territory

By Fernando León, November 29, 2010

Banamex v. Narco News Precedent Protects WikiLeaks, Too

By Al Giordano, December 1, 2010

Leaked Cable: Mexican Government Fears Losing Drug War, Public Support

By Erin Rosa, December 2, 2010

Mexican Government Eyes Invoking Martial Law-Like “Article 29” in Ongoing Drug War

By Bill Conroy, December 3, 2010

Honduras Government Hires Pro-Coup Lobbyist Lanny Davis

By Erin Rosa, December 4, 2010

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