HEADLINE: AP IMPACT: Drug cartels co-opt rehab for recruits
CAPTION: Mexico”s powerful drug cartels have been operating drug rehabilitation clinics, turning some into bloody killing fields and forcing recovering addicts into their ranks of hit men and smugglers. (Feb. 5)
NB. THIS IS A VOICEOVER TRANSCRIPT, NOT A FULL SHOT LIST.
THE MEN AND WOMEN INSIDE THIS DINGY ROOM IN CIUDAD JUAREZ, MEXICO CAME HERE ON THE PROMISE OF HELP. HELP WITH THEIR DRUG ADDICTIONS. BUT SOME MEXICANS SEEKING HELP HAVE FOUND THEMSELVES TRAPPED. TOP MEXICAN LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS TELL AP THAT AT LEAST TWO OF THE COUNTRIES SIX MAJOR DRUG CARTELS ARE RUNNING THEIR OWN REHAB CENTERS.
(Spanish/Victor Valencia , former Ciudad Juarez Public Security Secretariat
” I don”t want to say that this happens in all of them ( referring to rehab centers) but many of them work as some kind of recruit center of people dedicated to crime related activities, particularly narcotrafficking. We checked the criminal records of those who have died in those incidents ( referring to rehab center attacks) and we found that they have criminal records related to drug trafficking. “)
FORMER OFFICIAL VICTOR VALENCIA SAYS MANY OF THE REHAB CENTERS WORK AS A KIND OF RECRUITING CENTER FOR THE CARTELS. THOSE WHO GET HELP ARE TOLD THEY HAVE TO WORK IN THE DRUG DISTRIBUTION RING OR BE KILLED.
MANY OF THE CLINICS IN CIUDAD JAUREZ ARE UNLICENSED. THAT MAKES THEM EASY TARGETS FOR the TRAFFICKERS.
(spanish/ Ramon Ronquillo, Addict
“It”s too bad. It”s very sad believe me, i cannot believe it still. But it did happen, and not once, but there has been several incidents and victims. Unfortunately I”m not god so i could prevent these things, the situation can”t be reverted now , if the people who have the responsibility of stopping these events haven”t done anything, then what can we do then but put our lives in the hands of god, and I assure you that as far as that goes I am at peace. ” )
ADDICT RAMON RONQUILLO SAYS THE PEOPLE WHO COULD HAVE STOPPED THE CARTELS HAVE DONE NOTHING.
[Notes:FROM APTN 10:30 MEXICO FUNERALS]
THE DRUG WAR HAS BEEN PARTICULARLY PAINFUL IN THIS TOWN ACROSS THE BORDER FROM EL PASO, TEXAS. 23-HUNDRED PEOPLE WERE KILLED HERE LAST YEAR. AND IN THE LAST WEEK, 15 PEOPLE–INCLUDING TEENAGERS ATTENDING A PARTY–WERE KILLED WHEN ARMED MEN OPENED FIRE ON THREE HOMES.
APTN STORY NUMBER: 635854
1. Wide of drug rehabilitation centre meeting
2. Meeting coordinator talking
3. Man making gang signs to camera
4. Close of the hands of a meeting participant
5. Centre”s logo on wall
6. Sign reading (Spanish) ”Live and let live”
7. Wide of meeting
8. Women participants at meeting
9. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Victor Valencia, former Ciudad Juarez Public Security Secretariat:
“I don”t want to say that this happens in all of them, but many of them work as a kind of recruitment centre for people dedicated to crime related activities, particularly the trafficking of narcotics. We checked the criminal records of those who have died in those incidents (referring to attacks on rehabilitation centres) and we found that they have criminal records related to drug trafficking.”
10. Various of two men sitting outside rehabilitation centre
11. Various of interior of centre”s accommodations
12. Wide exterior of rehabilitation centre
13. Cloth hanging in door to bedroom
14. Sign reading (Spanish) ”evacuation route”
15. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Ramon Ronquillo, recovering drug addict:
16. Various of man cooking in centre”s kitchen
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