Cartels Dump Seventeen Mutilated Bodies Near U.S. Border

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    Mexican authorities found 17 more mutilated bodies over the month of December near the US border.

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    Rash of kidnappings in Mexico after crackdown on drug cartels...
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    MEXICO'S KIDNAPPING BATTLE TESTED IN FARM TOWN
    Feb 11,`14 -- Gunmen grabbed a taxi driver near his home in this bustling central Mexico farm town in December and demanded a $3,000 ransom. His family paid but his captors killed him anyway.
     
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    End the drug war; end the cartels.
     
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    As long as the U.S. is a nation of dopers, there will be no end to it all.
     
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    Mexican Drug War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    By the end of Felipe Calderón's administration (2006–2012), the official death toll of the Mexican Drug War was at least 60,000,[42] although unconfirmed accounts set the homicide rate above 100,000 victims, given the large number of people who have disappeared.[43]
     

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