posted on Feb, 2 2014 @ 02:59 AM
Mexico Legalizes Vigilante Groups As They Announce Capture Knights Templar Drug Cartel Leader
Quite the turn of events here, but really? Mexico Legalizes vigilante groups? I don't think so.
This headline is a bit over the top.
The Mexican President in a CNN interview
Mexican president talks with CNN
says that The Government is increasing man power in certain places to check the drug cartels.
Some "self Defense" groups may do so by complying with requirements set forth by law are welcome, but only in a self defense capacity.
In some cases, Mexico vigilantes take law into own hands
and as police arrive to disarm them,
they instead disarm the police.
Another pair of internet goofballs also headline their goofball YouTube video as:
Mexico Legalizes Vigilantism and it Works Immediately
and hype up the capture of one cartel leader.
Indeed it seems that when your citizens bear arms, the cartels may be deterred from running rough shaud about the country.
True to studies past, an armed society enjoys much less violent gun crime.
Many concerns arise when vigilantes take to the streets.
Some say these vigilantes are cartel groups as well.
It's a fine line between Pagan and Christian.