For Mexican Narco Body Count, Some Turn To NM Librarian

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Journalists and others seeking to quantify the drug carnage in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, are turning to an unlikely source: Molly Molloy, 54, a librarian at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, says the Wall Street Journal. She spends most mornings sifting reports in the Mexican press to create a tally of drug-cartel-related killings in Ciudad Juárez, across
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