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Re: Mexico Drug Wars!

Posted by D on October 2, 2011, 1:43 pm, in reply to "Mexico Drug Wars!"
Message modified by board administrator October 2, 2011, 9:27 pm

In the article it states

"In the Gulf coast seaport of Veracruz, 35 bound, tortured bodies were dumped onto a main thoroughfare during the height of rush hour on Sept. 20. The killers are presumed to be aligned with the Sinaloa cartel, while the victims were apparently linked to the Zetas,"

I have read a couple of sources stating that it was the Mata Zetas who
were responsible for that. Watching the documentary Killing Pablo, at the end
they give a lot of credit for ending that drug war to Los Pepes, which was also
a vigilante group.

On a separate note. In the Killing Pablo documentary they prevented
Pablo's family from leaving Columbia. Pablo was very concerned for their safety
and was constantly calling his son. It was those phone calls which was his
down fall, they triangulated straight to his location and got him.

Just yesterday I read about the wife of El Chapo (head of the
Sinaloa Cartel) coming to the US to give birth and then being allowed to leave.
Why? If holding the family of Pablo led to his demise why not repeat
the procedure?

Also I wonder why she had to come to the US to give birth in the first
place. Surely with Chapo's billions he could afford to have the best care
brought to any location in the world. The only other reason I can think
of why she wanted to give birth in the US was citizenship for the children.
Can it get any stranger?


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