Howard Altschiller, Portsmouth Herald, 4 June 2017

“My purpose in coming here is to ask for mercy,” Maria Herrera Magdaleno, a Mexican mother of four “disappeared” sons, told a group gathered at the Discover Portsmouth Center on May 21. She is pleading with the United States and companies like Sig Sauer in Newington, which has a $266 million multi-year contract, to stop selling firearms to the Mexican military because the military cannot prevent the guns from falling into the hands of violent drug traffickers and the corrupted police and military units that protect them.  Read more.

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