If you look up the definition of “police corruption” in the
dictionary, there should really be a photograph of Arturo “El
Negro” Durazo Moreno, the infamous Chief of Police in Mexico
City, from 1976 to 1982. While his official job earned him less than $1,000 a month,
Durazo made a fortune off the cocaine drug trade and his
notorious racketeering and extortion tactics.
This is one of his palaces, at least, what’s left of it; a
gaudy replica of the Greek Parthenon that sits atop the
highest mountain in the hills of Zihuatanejo, overlooking the
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