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  ricardelico : Newspieces such as this one (NYT, june 2011) may have inspired Miami police to attribute Rudy Eugene's violent behavior to the effect of 'bath salts', before proper lab testing. The second myth propagated by media (the lab results ended up en De alarma, un nuevo estimulante vendido legalmente en muchos estados de EU. ficha completa
  ricardelico : Artículos como éste (NYT, junio 2011) pudieron motivar a la policía de Miami a atribuir la conducta violenta de Rudy Eugene, antes de conducir pruebas de laboratorio, al efecto de las 'bath salts'. El segundo mito propagado por los medios en De alarma, un nuevo estimulante vendido legalmente en muchos estados de EU. ficha completa
  ricardelico : Que los legisladores en EEUU exploren las alternativas que reduzcan el flujo de dinero del crimen organizado, pide Calderón. El Presidente se ha manifestado progresivamente por considerar 'alternativas de mercado' en Excerpts From an Interview With President Felipe Calderón. ficha completa
  elmEr : Es responsabilidad de los legisladores en EEUU o miembros del Congreso explorar todas las alternativas que permitan reducir el flujo de dinero. Vienen y me dicen que tienen una política para mantener a los jóvenes alejados de las drogas, y lo en Excerpts From an Interview With President Felipe Calderón. ficha completa
  ricardelico : ¿Alguien sabe de casos en México? en De alarma, un nuevo estimulante vendido legalmente en muchos estados de EU. ficha completa
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  Repeal Prohibition, Again It took 13 years for the United States to come to its senses and end Prohibition, 13 years in which people kept drinking, otherwise law-abiding citizens became criminals and crime syndicates arose and flourished. It has been more than 40 years since Congress passed the current ban on marijuana, inflicting great harm on society just to prohibit a substance far less dangerous than alcohol.The federal government should repeal the... ver más 2014-07-27 New York Times, Etiquetas: Artículo, The New York Times , #CannabisUSA, ficha completa
  Reconsiderando LSd para terapia LSD, Reconsidered for Therapy He heard about the drug trial from a friend in Switzerland and decided it was worth volunteering, even if it meant long, painful train journeys from his native Austria and the real possibility of a mental meltdown. He didn’t have much time, after all, and traditional medicine had done nothing to relieve his degenerative spine condition.“I’d never taken the drug before, so I was feeling — well, I think the proper word for it, in... ver más 2014-03-03 The New York Times Etiquetas: Noticia, The New York Times , #TerapiaPsiquedélica, ficha completa
  El Chapo, el señor de las drogas más buscado, es capturado en México Just before 7 a.m. on Saturday, dozens of soldiers and police officers descended on a condominium tower in Mazatlán, Mexico, a beach resort known as much as a hangout for drug traffickers as for its seafood and surf.The forces were following yet another tip about the whereabouts of one of the world’s most wanted drug kingpins, Joaquín Guzmán Loera — known as El Chapo, which means “Shorty” — who had eluded such raids for 13 years... ver más 2014-02-22 The New York Times Randal C. Archibold, Ginger Thompson, Etiquetas: Noticia, The New York Times , ficha completa
  No más guerra contra las drogas Drug War No More After covering drug trafficking and violence in Latin America since 2001, I look through endless photos and videos and ask myself what would be its single most iconic image  —  one that people could look at in a hundred years and understand. Is there a lone picture from the past 13 years that can illustrate 60,000 drug war deaths in Mexico in six years, and tens of thousands more in Guatemala, Honduras, Colombia and... ver más 2013-12-27 The New York Times Etiquetas: Noticia, The New York Times , Guerra antidrogas, ficha completa
  Algunos problemas con la Cannabis para California Few Problems With Cannabis for California FragmentoIn the heart of Northern California’s marijuana growing region, the sheriff’s office is inundated each fall with complaints about the stench of marijuana plots or the latest expropriation of public land by growers. Its tranquil communities have been altered by the emergence of a wealthy class of marijuana entrepreneurs, while nearly 500 miles away in Los Angeles, officials have struggled to regulate an explosion of... ver más 2013-11-26 Rick Lyman, Adam Nagourney, The New York Times Etiquetas: Artículo, The New York Times , #CannabisUSA, ficha completa
  Estados Unidos ordena frenar sentencias por drogas U.S. Orders More Steps to Curb Stiff Drug Sentences The Obama administration on Thursday expanded its effort to curtail severe penalties for low-level federal drug offenses, ordering prosecutors to refile charges against defendants in pending cases and strip out any references to specific quantities of illicit substances that would trigger mandatory minimum sentencing laws. The move, announced by Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. at a speech before the annual conference of the... ver más 2013-09-19 Charlie Savage, The New York Times Etiquetas: Noticia, The New York Times , #CannabisUSA, ficha completa
  Las elecciones racionales de los adictos al crack The Rational Choices of Crack Addicts Long before he brought people into his laboratory at Columbia University to smoke crack cocaine, Carl Hart saw its effects firsthand. Growing up in poverty, he watched relatives become crack addicts, living in squalor and stealing from their mothers. Childhood friends ended up in prisons and morgues.Carl Hart, an associate professor of psychology at Columbia, arranged experiments in which drug addicts were offered a choice... ver más 2013-09-19 John Tierney, Carl Hart, Etiquetas: Entrevista, The New York Times , #cocaína, ficha completa
  An Ugly Truth in the War on Drugs This week, representatives from many nations will gather at the annual meeting of the United Nations Commission on Narcotic Drugs in Vienna to determine the appropriate course of the international response to illicit drugs. Delegates will debate multiple resolutions while ignoring a truth that goes to the core of current drug policy: human rights abuses in the war on drugs are widespread and systematic.Consider these numbers:... ver más 2013-03-10 Fernando Henrique Cardoso, Ruth Dreifuss, Etiquetas: Noticia, The New York Times , ficha completa
  Cultivan abuelas 'mota' para subsistir Tras la muerte de sus hijas, Khathazile acogió a sus 11 nietos huérfanos sin vacilar. Es lo que una "gogo", o abuela, hace en un país donde el índice de infección del VIH más alto del mundo ha dejado un mar de niños sin madres."Dios nos ayudará", expresó Khathazile, quien, sin embargo, tiene un "seguro" en caso de que falle la intervención divina: "oro swazi", una variedad de mariguana sumamente potente y que es muy codiciada en el próspero... ver más 2012-08-16 The New York Times Etiquetas: Noticia, Reforma , Cultivos Ilícitos, ficha completa
  Grandmas Grow Gold in Swaziland Perhaps. But Khathazile has some insurance in case divine intervention fails: Swazi Gold, a highly potent and valuable strain of marijuana that is sought after in the thriving drug market of next-door South Africa. In a field deep in the forest, atop a distant hill in this arid corner of tiny Swaziland, Khathazile grows Swazi Gold to keep her growing brood of grandchildren fed, clothed and in school.“Without weed, we would be starving,”... ver más 2012-08-14 The New York Times Etiquetas: Noticia, Cultivos Ilícitos, ficha completa
  South America Sees Drug Path to Legalization MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay — The agricultural output of this country includes rice, soybeans and wheat. Soon, though, the government may get its hands dirty with a far more complicated crop — marijuana — as part of a rising movement in this region to create alternatives to the United States-led war on drugs.Uruguay’s famously rebellious president first called for “regulated and controlled legalization of marijuana” in a security plan unveiled... ver más 2012-07-29 Damien Cave, Etiquetas: Artículo, The New York Times , #Legalización en Sudamérica, ficha completa
  A Ballot Push to Legalize Marijuana, With Alcohol as the Role Model Proponents of marijuana have argued for years that the drug is safer than alcohol, both to individuals and society. But a ballot proposal to legalize possession of marijuana in small amounts in Colorado, likely to be on the November ballot, is putting the two intoxicants back into the same sentence, urging voters to “regulate marijuana like alcohol,” as the ballot proposition’s title puts it.Given alcohol’s long and checkered ... ver más 2012-01-26 The New York Times Kirk Johnson, Etiquetas: Artículo, The New York Times , ficha completa
  U.S. Agents Launder Mexican Profits of Drug Cartels Undercover American narcotics agents have laundered or smuggled millions of dollars in drug proceeds as part of Washington’s expanding role in Mexico’s fight against drug cartels, according to current and former federal law enforcement officials. The agents, primarily with the Drug Enforcement Administration, have handled shipments of hundreds of thousands of dollars in illegal cash across borders, those officials said, to identify how criminal organizations move their money, where they keep their assets and, most important, who their leaders are.They said agents had deposited the drug proceeds in accounts designated by traffickers, or in shell accounts set up by ... ver más 2011-12-03 Ginger Thompson, The New York Times Etiquetas: Artículo, Intervencionismo de EEUU, ficha completa
  Crea EU red de informantes para infiltrar narco mexicano Washington— Agencias del orden público de Estados Unidos han aumentado de manera considerable sus redes de informantes mexicanos, quienes les han permitido infiltrarse en algunas de las organizaciones criminales más poderosas y peligrosas de ese país, de acuerdo con funcionarios de seguridad de ambos lados de la frontera.Conforme Estados Unidos ha instalado nuevos puestos de avanzada en cuanto a la aplicación de la ley e inteligencia ... ver más 2011-10-25 Ginger Thompson, The New York Times Etiquetas: Artículo, Intervencionismo de EEUU, ficha completa
  Excerpts From an Interview With President Felipe Calderón (On decriminalization and whether his call for “market alternatives” to curb drug organizations’ profits is a step toward that.) I think the responsibility of policy makers in the United States or members of Congress is to explore all alternatives that may allow the flow of money to be reduced. They come and tell me they have a policy to keep young people away from drugs, and what I see are all the stereotypical examples. From Michael Phelps, ... ver más 2011-10-15 Felipe Calderón Hinojosa, The New York Times Etiquetas: Entrevista, Narcopactos, Calderón y la despenalización, ficha completa
  De alarma, un nuevo estimulante vendido legalmente en muchos estados de EU Las llamadas 'bath-salts' llevan la etiqueta 'no para consumo humano', lo que les ha servido para sortear una legislación que las haría ilegales El Dr. Jeffrey J. Narmi no podía creerle a sus ojos esta primavera en el cuarto de emergencias en Schuylkill Medical Center en Pottsville, Pensilvania: gente llegando tan agitada, violenta y psicótica que un pelotón de trabajadores médicos era requerido para sostenerlos tranquilos. Se habían suministrado unas drogas estimulantes que la gente está llamando 'bath salts' [sales de baño], y en ocasiones ni siquiera grandes dosis de sedativos... ver más 2011-06-14 The New York Times Katie Zezima, Abby Goodnough, Etiquetas: Nota, Nuevas #drogas, ficha completa
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