A LeBaron Speaks Out
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A LeBaron Speaks Out

Nefi D. LeBaron is a pecan farmer in Colonia LeBaron, a settlement of American Mormons in the Mexican state of Chihuahua. In this video, LeBaron talks about how the community is reacting to the killing of Benjamin LeBaron, an outspoken critic of the lawlessness that has prevailed in northern Mexico since the government declared war of drug traffickers.

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