At least 15 of the 32 states of Mexico are in the red for organized crime, as they have the highest rates of homicide, kidnapping, extortion, drug trafficking, and vehicle theft, according to a report by Semaphore Delictivo released today Thursday.
In a statement, the NGO detailed that these entities are Zacatecas, Colima, Baja California, Morelos, Sonora, San Luis Potosí, State of Mexico, Chihuahua, Tlaxcala, Quintana Roo, Querétaro, Nayarit, Michoacán, Jalisco, Guanajuato, Coahuila and Baja Southern California.
"All of them add up to the highest number of reds in organized crime in the . . .