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Massacre Shocks Quiet Fishing Village

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Massacre Shocks Quiet Fishing Village

Massacre Shocks Quiet Fishing Village

Massacre Shocks Quiet Fishing Village

Only Available in Archive Formats.

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.