Military’s drug museum shows narco tactics

Mexico’s "Museum of Drugs," buried up on the seventh floor of the Defence Ministry, isn’t open to the public.

The installation was designed as an educational tool for military personnel who have been tasked with fighting Mexico’s narco-trafficantes and organized crime networks. It explains the methods that drug traffickers use to get their product around and out of the country, as well as the strategies that the army employs to try and stop them.


This video was made to go with this Los Angeles Times report.