Matthew Bristow reports for The Guardian on the cocaine industry in Colombia
Matthew Bristow spent two years documenting the cocaine industry in Colombia. In the first of three films, he meets the farmers, and looks at their battle with a government determined to eradicate the crop.
Colombian Cocaine Lab Coca Leaves to Paste
matthewjbristow on ~Apr 30, 2011
Why the war on drugs in Colombia may never be won | World news | guardian.co.uk
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What a mania. Demonization/prohibition of a once-sacred herb, Cocaine would otherwise be as cheap & boring as pot in Amsterdam, all this would go back to growing yucca & coffee.