The Mexican army’s Museum of Drugs (27 pictures)

The Mexican army’s Museum of Drugs, which isn’t open to the public, is designed, according to Capt. Claudio Montane, to educate military personnel about the historical roots and modern-day methods of the drug trade the army has been called upon to fight. But after spending a couple of hours there, it’s strikingly clear that the fight is very far from over. Deborah Bonello for the Los Angeles Times.

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