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The Drug Wars in Mexico Won't Stop at the USA Border

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posted on Jun, 2 2008 @ 11:07 AM
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The Drug Wars in Mexico Won't Stop at the USA Border


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the astronomical wealth associated in its delivery, has driven Mexico's drug trafficking organizations to consolidate their position as the primary suppliers of coc aine from South America. The area to the south of El Paso, Texas in Ciudad Juarez has been one of the major targets of organized criminal assassins with superior firepower. Rumors of a "bloodbath" from these killers indicate that they will target public places such as restaurants and shopping centers.
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posted on Jun, 2 2008 @ 11:07 AM
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Lists naming police officers to be murdered have been posted in locations near the Texas border. This attributed to a criminal gang estranged from the Gulf Cartel from eastern Mexico. More than 2,500 people were killed in 2007 from this obsessive drug violence. These threats are far from being conceptual in nature, for police officials at the highest levels have been murdered. An official who had been in charge of coordinating "national police operations" against the traffickers and kingpins was shot nine times and killed recently, among others.



Smaller splintering factions of drug trafficking cartel cells are emerging in a more sophisticated manner. These groups are investing in sophisticated technologies and counterintelligence. In addition, many of them are former advanced military trained personnel with expertise in superior weaponry and tactics. A sobering message to U.S. authorities and politicians not seeing the big picture should be contained in the fact that, within this power struggle of cartels wishing to supply the U.S. drugs, there are a variety of Russian criminal organizations operating. Asian criminal organizations are also no stranger to the southern turf.

The real question is does anyone really believe the US Border Patrol is ready for an invasion of trained ex-military with superior firepower and more experience?

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