Los complices del presidenteBook - 2010 | Spanish
"The President's Accomplices With 15 years of experience in the field of investigative journalism, Anabel Hernández has specialized in the complex subject of corruption and power abuses among the Mexican political class. She is convinced that her journalism must rigorously examine "everything done by those who must give account of their acts to the citizenry, no matter what party they belong to, what post they occupy." After two books documenting the excesses and illegal activities of the Vicente Fox government, the journalist investigates two key members of Felipe Calderón's cabinet: Juan Camilo Mouriño, Secretary of Government, and Gerardo García Luna, Secretary of Public Security. Some of the facts presented in this book have already been disclosed and have been explained away (unsatisfactorily so, to say the least) by those involved. The author provides additional documentation that questions said explanations. In addition to these already known subjects, The President's Accomplices presents other as of yet unpublished facts that are sure to spark debate. For the time being, they lead Hernández to the following conclusion: "This chain of complicity has turned out very costly for the nation... Felipe Calderón has only one choice: to stop governing for his accomplices and instead do so for everyone else"--Amazon.com.