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Drug unit raids Pleasant Grove homes thought to be used by Zetas

There are 6 comments on the Quick story from Nov 15, 2007, titled Drug unit raids Pleasant Grove homes thought to be used by Zetas. In it, Quick reports that:

By JASON TRAHAN / The Dallas Morning News jtrahan@dallasnews.com Authorities on Thursday raided two Pleasant Grove homes thought to be used by members of the violent Zetas border drug gang.

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Since: Oct 07

Richardson, TX

#1 Nov 15, 2007
Thank God for brave law men and women. Stop billion we are going to give to Mexico to help them with their drug problems. Demand our lawmakers keep that money in the USA.

We need that money here to combat Mexican drug crimes.

http://www.washingtontimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/...

Since: Oct 07

Dallas, TX

#2 Nov 23, 2007
Our tax dollars trained the people that ended up forming the Zetas. Stop the Congress from giving more than a Billion US dollars to Mexico for them to 'fight' their drug problems.

Mexico's soldiers are inside our borders with machine guns mounted atop their trucks guarding drug runners. Stop the money flow to Mexico.

Demand our border guards, Sherrifs, ICE, DEA get the money and more Guards and ICE, DEA & Sheriff's they need better equipment.

Http://www.Congress.org and www.NumbersUSA.org
Chris Tutt

San Angelo, TX

#3 Dec 19, 2007
When is our government going to wake up and decriminalize drugs. That would instantly end the mexican cartels and the violence that results. We can't stop drug use in this country but could surely save thousands of lives and the unfortunate incarceration of addicts(which are not criminals) and the resulting suffering of families including innocent children. We would no longer have prison overcrowding either which would open up places to keep the real criminals locked up for longer terms,(child pedophiles, murderers, rapists). So wake up, the war on drugs doesn't work, rehabilitation instead of incarceration is one answer.
imatexan

Dallas, TX

#4 Dec 19, 2007
Chris Tutt wrote:
When is our government going to wake up and decriminalize drugs. That would instantly end the mexican cartels and the violence that results. We can't stop drug use in this country but could surely save thousands of lives and the unfortunate incarceration of addicts(which are not criminals) and the resulting suffering of families including innocent children. We would no longer have prison overcrowding either which would open up places to keep the real criminals locked up for longer terms,(child pedophiles, murderers, rapists). So wake up, the war on drugs doesn't work, rehabilitation instead of incarceration is one answer.
I do think addicts need treatment but, drugs should ramain illegal.

The bust is good news!!

Since: Oct 07

United States

#5 Dec 23, 2007
You do not end the effect of a thing by making it legal. Drugs are drugs, and people become adicted, that is why we have laws. I use to be able to say monitored drugs are safer than street drugs. Now I am not so sure, since the FDA granted Communist China the right to manufactor and sell prescription drugs in the United States of America. This just after our pets were dying horrid deaths and kidney failure due to the poison cocktail. Then the Aqua Dots for children matabloized into the Date Rape Drug.

Both this Administration and the Drug Cartels must be brought to justice. IMO

Two wrongs do not make a right, street drugs are dangerous and should not be legalized.
Steve Macintosh

Forney, TX

#6 Aug 3, 2011
Betsy Ross wrote:
Our tax dollars trained the people that ended up forming the Zetas. Stop the Congress from giving more than a Billion US dollars to Mexico for them to 'fight' their drug problems.
Mexico's soldiers are inside our borders with machine guns mounted atop their trucks guarding drug runners. Stop the money flow to Mexico.
Demand our border guards, Sherrifs, ICE, DEA get the money and more Guards and ICE, DEA & Sheriff's they need better equipment.
Http://www.Congress.org and www.NumbersUSA.org
"...their drug problems"? Remind us, Betsy, who the consumers (and therefore, the ones driving this crisis) are in this fight?
Answer: Americans.

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