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Sunday, November 21, 2010

Border Violence Getting Worse: "Since January Mexican Drug Cartel Has Executed More Than 10,000 People"

According to an Article on MY FOX Phoenix.com, the Border Violence is getting Worse Not Better:

"NOGALES, Ariz. - The U.S.-Mexico border spans more than 2,000 miles, from San Diego to the Gulf of Mexico. Two months ago, President Obama sent 1,200 troops to help patrol the border.

But there is a report out that the White House is thinking of withdrawing most of those troops in February. The Department of Homeland Security is denying those reports, but a Texas Congressman says he has seen the proposed plan.

Those troops are responsible for helping to keep the violence from across the border from spilling over.

Since January, Mexican cartels have executed more than 10,000 people. And there are no signs the violence is letting up.

The Mexican military has been deployed to the border, but since they arrived three years ago, the violence has tripled. Several cartel leaders have been captured, but the gangs continue to grow and get more violent."

To Read the Rest of the Article and see a Video Report Go Here.


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