Discussion in 'General Global Topics' started by BDBoop, Aug 26, 2011.
BBC News - Monterrey casino attack leaves dozens dead
What the hell?! Somebody sure is raging.
If the Mexican authorities really want to stop this shit they will have to suspend their laws and send in the Military. To prevent payoffs and kickbacks rotate units every month. Actively and aggressively investigate the most minor of apparent pay offs and mistakes in the favor of the gangs.
Idiots in a casino ? No loss there.
Uncle Ferd says to nuke Mexico, Granny says it'll cut down on alla illegal immigration an' Hispexican drug gangs...
Mexico Shaken by Deadly Casino Attack
August 26, 2011 - Mexico has been shaken by another act of violence, this time , where gunmen set fire to a casino, killing more than 50 people. Mexican authorities vow to bring the perpetrators to justice, but, in spite of military deployments, the government so far has been unable to stop drug-related violence that has claimed more than 41,000 lives in the past five years.
If all the players in the casino were packing Glocks,...well...it would have turned out different.
American media pays little attention to this stuff. They don't want to bring attention to an 'Afghanistan' on our southern border.
Granny says Obama oughta smack his sassy salsa mouth...
Mexico's Calderon berates U.S. after casino attack
- President Felipe Calderon declared three days of mourning on Friday and demanded a crackdown on drugs in the United States after armed men torched a casino in northern Mexico, killing at least 52 people.
Mexico arrests 5 suspects in casino arson...
Mexico casino arson: Five arrested over Monterrey attack
29 August 2011 - Extra police and troops have stepped up security in the wake of Thursday's attack
That's horrible! I feel for the people that lost their loved ones in such massacre. Crimes are never going to stop not in Mexico not here in the US. not nowhere!
Felipe gonna continue to take names an' kick butt...
Mexican President Vows to Continue Drug Gang Crackdown
September 03, 2011 - Mexico's president is vowing to fight to the last day of his term against the drug cartels that have spread insecurity and taken over towns and police forces across Mexico.
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