The north-western Galicia region in Spain is the top entry point for cocaine into Europe. Despite preventative measures, the number of drug addicts in this region is still growing and the fight against drug addiction is disappointing.

El Pazo Bayón, located in Vilanova de Arousa, has become the symbol of mothers combating drugs. This building once belonged to Laureano Uviña, one of the most infamous drug kingpins in the north-western Galicia region in Spain.

In the following documentary produced by PressTV, the victims of drug trafficking and addiction in Galicia, Spain explain why is it nearly impossible to keep people from falling into the bottomless hole that very few are able to come back from.

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