Not only is the U.S. government doing nothing about the narco-state in Mexico, it is indifferent to the victims of violence occurring in that country:
A Mexican journalist held in U.S. immigrant detention since last year has been released.
Emilio Gutierrez Soto fled to the U.S. with his teenage son a decade ago after Gutierrez said he was threatened by the Mexican military.
The pair have been held at a detention center in El Paso since their asylum claims were denied by a judge in 2017. In May, the Board of Immigration Appeals found that additional information should be considered in the case and sent it back to immigration court for a new hearing.