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He's a former police chief, a "folk hero," a paraplegic and a villain to human rights advocates who call him “torturer in chief.”
On Sunday, Julian Leyzaola could become mayor of one of the deadliest cities in the world. @katelinthicum reports:  https://lat.ms/2EWODo3 

In January, @katelinthicum reported on an unprecedented rise in violence that has made Tijuana one of the deadliest places in the world.

The culprit? Crystal meth.

Kate, photographer @gary_coronado and videographer @JessicaQChen have been reporting on the surge of violence in Tijuana for over a year. Here's a look behind the scenes of their work:  https://lat.ms/2GaQbvV 

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