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CNN: Bloodthirsty Drug Cartel Hitmen Own The Night In Mexican Cities

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MEXICO (North America) A woman's young son was killed by a drug cartel, his only crime was walking home from a friend's house-- at night. Drug cartels have said it's "fair game" to kill people on sight at sundown and nobody has permission to venture out except them, the warning goes to police too.
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Added: May-3-2012 
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  • failed drug war...about 150 miles from my front door. Ron Paul 2012!

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    • @monkey fcker Jesus, oh my god... how are you not dead? ... oh wait... you're not a gangster or part of the war on drugs.

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    • @Fresh2Death we still have to dodge both though. we have truck loads of illegals chased down our highways and roads every few days, and they usually crash into someone or something. the feds dont want to control the border, neither party does, the GOP for the cheap labor, the Dems for the cheap votes. a year ago there was a body rotting about 2 miles from my house being picked over by buzzards that was an illegal the coyotes threw out when he was injured or got sick. not a fucking thing changes, More..

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  • the US government is way too silent on this

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  • It's cool everybody. Obama has this handled.

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  • Fuck Afghanistan. Mexico is where the real warzone is. The whole nation lives in terror because of America's failed drug policies.

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    • @Matthewselah It would be so much cheaper to roll our tanks down south instead of shipping them overseas

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    • @Matthewselah

      No, the whole nation lives in terror because they have the most corrupt military, police, civilians and government (outside of Africa) in the world. They are victims of their own willingness to commit crime for a quick peso more than anything else. If such a large percentage of their people weren't working with the cartels, the problem wouldn't exist. It's their own criminal tendencies that make this possible.

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    • @Miznojo sure and the million illegals start putting IEDs all over the place. brilliant strategy Patton, but the enemy is our own government. who trained the Zetas at fort brag?

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    • @jafll like this guy?
      2008 March 26 – A US Marshal, Vincent Bustamante who was the subject of an arrest warrant, was found dead in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico.
      i love in South Texas we have enforcement busted all the time stealing money and helping them. two months ago in Victoria a ex state trooper, running for constable of a border town, was busted with a million dollars he was bringing them from Virginia. Fast and Furious? move along nothing to see, its all their fault we like drugs but cant de More..

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    • @brokenrob near me in Corpus Christi, Tx,
      the cops found what looks like a cartel guy, 300 lbs, from old Mex, in a field a few miles of highway 77, shot with of all guns, a 9mm, execution style yesterday. 9mm is almost as unusual in a murder as a chainsaw i bet you. its here buddy. fuck this drug war, 70 years + and this is what we have? fuck that.

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    • @monkey fcker You're both idiots. Do you think legalization will solve cartels cutting eachother's throats to be the sole provider of an even more lucrative market? I'm all for legalization, but you're talking about dirt bag Mexicans who don't beat each other in court, they solve terf and "right of service" disagreements with AK-47s and assassinations on women and children.

      Legalization will just make them more greedy, as there will be a larger legitimate market to try to corner. Get More..

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    • @TrainedWreck
      dude we can grow and make our own drugs smart guy. at that point why would they still be raking in billions? where is their power then? do the liquor companies still kill each other like during prohibition? no, so history says you are full of shit and so do i.

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    • @brokenrob
      Lol do you really think legalizing drugs would stop them? They do wayyyy more than drugs now...kidnapping, extortion, etc, they would just find new ways to make money....the poverty in Mexico and the corruption are the two main things that need to be fixed before other shit gets better.... Then not only that, they have other countries where they can sell ther shit...

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  • Mexican government is making billions in oil profits...if they are serious about the cartels go and hire a division of Rangers from the US army and let them take back the night...you got over 150,000 returning Iraq veterans coming back let them teach the cartels whats it like to fight man to man instead of slaughtering unarmed civilians ..

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    • @gizmo8 The Mexican gov't is regularly flooding the bad areas with soldiers and cops... it works but as soon as they leave it's back to regular bizness.

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    • @Fresh2Death

      the mexican army has drones in the air and spied in the cartel,they know where they are orgainzing the terror,go after their safe houses,corrupt judges,lawyers,politicans,have a state of civil law until the cartels are eliminated.Im pretty sure the average mexican citizen would give up their civil rights for a while until the police complete their job,its a lot better than living in terror.

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    • @Fresh2Death I reckon they're flooding the area with cops/soldiers so as to keep the wheels greased and the profits in the right pockets. There's too much money invlved for the power people to not be involved.Both sides of the border.

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    • @gizmo8
      The only problem is that the Mexican government is curropted allllll the way to the top

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  • http://youtu.be/mSCYmV3_r6k

    This is the only hope for Mexico.

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  • Nihilists with guns

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  • Thats what most of these pics posted by rubicon are, just civilians picked up after dark and slaughtered

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  • I can't understand why the people don't rise up get armed and kill all of those gang-members. Where is the Mexican Army and Federal Police?!

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  • pathetic, speaks to the gov. and cop corruption

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  • Someone call the Spaniards back in here; this is out of control.

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  • I don't understand why the U.S. government won't declare war on these pieces of shit, we need to help our neighbor!

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    • @Danny112288 Because Mexico is a sovereign nation and it would be their job to ask for help. And it wouldn't be "declaring war". You're such an American. It would be a foreign assisted military intervention. The only time America declares war now is when they want to take away the rights of their own citizens, the belligerents...

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    • @Danny112288

      As there is no Oil in Mexico, your government has no interest in 'helping'

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  • This war is happening because marijuana is not healthy for us. Unlike smoking, alcohol, and Reese's Peanut Butter Cups.

    How do we stop this insane Prohibition war?

    Any ideas?

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    • @Alex_Grodnovsky Cartels don't murder people for weed. It's the cocaine and meth.

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    • @Alex_Grodnovsky And I don't see those becoming legal any time soon.

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    • @-Tipping_Point-

      They def. murder people for weed. What do you think happens when someone looses a multi million dollar weed load? They just say "well good thing it was millions of dollars in weed, because if it was any other drug, they would be dead.". They murder people for fucking anything....and they do make plentyyy of money off weed....that's how must of them fund there other drug shit. Through weed....and this is comin from a pot head....but I don't smoke nasty ass Mexican wee More..

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  • As much as I hate to say it, the US needs to take the war to Mexico.
    If Mexico doesn't ask for US help, then take it to the border only.
    Not a war on drugs (or on Mexico.. duh), but a serious war on cartel dominance and border infiltration. That shit is tearing Mexico apart, and seeping deeper into the US every day. There is way too much brutal cartel fuelled violence, it's been spilling over the border for decades. This problem seems bigger than most middle-east issues, and much closer to hom More..

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    • @mcbongstein There's no real incentive for the U.S. to do that. There is too much untraceable money to be made for the corrupt, and billions in taxes every year go to the DEA & other agencies to fight a war on drugs that can't be won. Not to mention the private, for profit prison industry that benefits from locking more and more people away.

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    • @mcbongstein Mexico will never ask for "help" from the U.S. even though the situation has been out of control for many years now. Look at history, once our military sets foot on foreign soil, we never leave. This is why Mexico refuses to classify the cartels as terrorist because it would be an open invitation for U.S. boots on the ground in Mexico.

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  • A true shit hole.

    Now, let's go get that 8 ball...

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  • Our snort, their power!

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    • @esauistheend Not only US guns but the entire problem is fueled by drug use north of the border.

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    • @esauistheend True dat.

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