The other side of the cocaine route -- Hibiscus saving lives in Jamaica (Part II)

Klein, Axel
May 2005
Drugs & Alcohol Today;May2005, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p32
Academic Journal
Focuses on the efforts of the non-governmental organization Hibiscus in working with foreign drug couriers in Jamaican prisons, as of May 2005. Background on the organization; Number of deportees received by Jamaica in 2003; Actions being taken by law enforcement officers in reducing the number of Jamaican drug couriers.


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