Mexico City Review

The Sun has a must-read from Mexico City, where a Spanish-speaking reporter spent time reviewing Giuliani Partners’ legacy there. Not much to write home about, it turns out.

“Two years later, the cheering has stopped. In January 2005, Mexico City’s new police chief, Joel Ortega, told local reporters, ‘I am no fan of Giuliani.’ Far from the 67% drop in homicides achieved during Mr. Giuliani’s mayoralty in New York, which was touted in a Giuliani Partners press release announcing its Mexico City contract, the homicide rate in Mexico’s capital slipped less than 1% in 2004.”

She even interviewed a working squeegee man.

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