The Devil’s Flower
As a child, Rosa Julia Leyva played among the poppy fields, a plant her mother called the “Devil’s flower”. Years later, when drug trafficking invaded her town in Guerrero, Mexico, Rosa Julia finally understood what her mother was referring to.
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