Counternarcotic Assistance to Mexico
The subcommittee heard testimony on possible damage to U.S.-Mexico counternarcotics cooperation caused by the arrest of General Jesus… read more
The subcommittee heard testimony on possible damage to U.S.-Mexico counternarcotics cooperation caused by the arrest of General Jesus Gutierrez Rebollo, the highest-ranking Mexican anti-drug official, for connections to drug traffickers. Senior U.S. officials and others also testified about the U.S. response to these revelations and whether the U.S. should recertify Mexico as a full partner in its counternarcotics efforts, a decision which the administration must make by February 28. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Thomas Constantine Administrator Drug Enforcement Administration
- Robert S. Gelbard Assistant Secretary Department of State->Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs
- Douglas Kruhm Assistant Commissioner U.S. Border Patrol
- Mary Lee Warren Deputy Assistant Atty. General Department of Justice->Criminal Division
- Dennis Hastert U.S. Representative [R] Illinois
Counternarcotics Assistance to Colombia
Committee members heard testimony from a State Department official and the two leaders of Colombian anti-drug forces…
Mexican Drug Trade
Committee members heard testimony concerning the Mexican drug trade and its impact on U.S.-Mexican relations.
U.S.-Mexico Anti-Drug Efforts
Witnesses testified about the problem of drug trafficking across the Mexican border and the role Mexico must play in…