Mexico’s gov’t aiding drug/human smuggling.

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    MEXICO’S GOV’T AIDING DRUG/HUMAN SMUGGLING.
    (Extreme Drug Smuggling)
    Extreme Drug Smuggling_Documentary 2011 - Video Dailymotion

    Drug cartels has method of smuggling drugs that is impossible for Mexico’s officials not to know about. They are transporting drugs by sophisticated submarines, boats with containers attached to the bottom of the boats, ladders attached to vehicles carrying vehicles transporting them over border fences, hiding drugs in the bellies of dogs and transporting them across the border and sophisticated tunnels. Thing impossible to hide. As they get more sophisticated, our system of catching them must become more sophisticated. We are giving aid to Mexico that aids drug and human smuggling. More aid we give Mexico the more sophisticated they get in smuggling. We are not losing the war against drug smuggling because we are so afraid of offending Mexico’s government. Same reason we do not enforce our immigration laws. Mexico’s is a bigger threat than Iraq or Afghanistan.

    Fourteen Border Patrol agents have died since 2006. Agent's death a reminder of U.S.-Mexican border violence - USATODAY.com

    And some of those gun where from guns walking from Right wingers gun right advocates gun sales. And the Right want to hang Holder for one of them? If guns kill then the Right wing gun right advocates have a lot of blood on their hands. If guns kill then Bush has the blood of over a million innocent Iraqis and Afghans on this hands. That makes Bush the biggest mass murderer since Hitler and Right wing gun right advocates.




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    Focusing in on American drug cartel hub cities...
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    U.S. cities become hubs for Mexican drug cartels’ distribution networks
    6 Nov.`12 - Jack Riley is a special agent in charge of the Chicago field division of the DEA. The DEA and other federal and local police are targeting Mexican drug cartels in Chicago, and throughout the United States.
     
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    And this is a surprise?
     
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    We do it with guns, they do it with people.
     
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    The 'Disappeared' of Mexico...
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    Mexico’s crime wave has left about 25,000 missing, government documents show
    November 29,`12 — Mexico’s attorney general has compiled a list showing that more than 25,000 adults and children have gone missing in Mexico in the past six years, according to unpublished government documents.
     

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