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CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico
CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico (AP) — Some 200 federal police officers assigned to fighting organized crime in this violent border city detained one of their superiors at gunpoint Saturday to protest alleged corruption.
The protesters complained that the commander, identified as Inspector Salomon Alarcon Olvera, had ordered the detention of another officer who had criticized him. They accused Alarcon of having links to drug cartels and participating in kidnappings, killings and extortion.
The demonstration in front of a hotel that houses some federal police offices led
Originally posted by space cadet
reply to post by MilzGatez
Are you insane? You think that the police coruption you have seen on the news in america is any match for what is going on in Mexico?
There is no comparison. America has a handful of corrupt officers, individuals who, usually after years on the job, break and become the bad guy. Mexico is a whole nother story dude. I cannot beleive you would wish that kind of corruption to be in the US, or that kind of violent vigliantism and cartel violence to spill into the US. Damn.
Originally posted by MilzGatez
YESSSSSSSS!!!! looks very promising, If that event happens a few more time, it will be golden and hopefully slides over to the USA with our cops and military for the injustice.