Massacre Shocks Quiet Fishing Village

NPR's Phillip Davis reports from Ensenada, Mexico, where residents are still shocked by a massacre that took place 13 days ago. Police have detained 9 suspects in the execution-style killing of 18 adults and children. Authorities believe one of Mexico's notorious drug cartels may be responsible. Until now, Ensenada has been a quiet fishing and tourist village.

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