TENANTLA, Mexico (AP) — Whoever wins Sunday's presidential election
will have to face not only Mexico's drug cartels, but a new kind of
crime involving whole neighborhoods defying police and military
It was on display in the Jalisco state town
of Ciudad Guzman — a stronghold of the Jalisco New Generation cartel —
in early June, when a crowd of men and women gathered around two pickups
carrying armed Mexican marines.
They taunted the troops, throwing rocks and
water bottles at them and kicking one repeatedly as he was helped away
by two comrades.