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Drug bust: Colo. drug bust may be connected to Mexican cartel

There are 29 comments on the Fox 31 KDVR story from Jun 13, 2010, titled Drug bust: Colo. drug bust may be connected to Mexican cartel. In it, Fox 31 KDVR reports that:

LONGMONT, Colo. - Law enforcement sources confirm that a major drug bust last week in Longmont is related to an international investigation of Mexican drug cartels.

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PicurisPueblos

United States

#2 Jun 13, 2010
Keep the pressure on !! And they're only here to work.....???!!
longmont resident

Littleton, CO

#4 Jun 13, 2010
I don't really appreciate all the racial comments that have been posted to this story. First of all it just goes to show how uneducated some people really are. Have you seen the picture of this women? She looks pretty white to me. Secondly drugs affect every color and race, just because this story is connected to the mexicans does not mean that american citizens were not involved. Do you have any idea how many thousands of americans are afflicated by drug addiction? Don't be so ignorant.
department of hard labor

Denver, CO

#5 Jun 13, 2010
longmont resident wrote:
I don't really appreciate all the racial comments that have been posted to this story. First of all it just goes to show how uneducated some people really are. Have you seen the picture of this women? She looks pretty white to me. Secondly drugs affect every color and race, just because this story is connected to the mexicans does not mean that american citizens were not involved. Do you have any idea how many thousands of americans are afflicated by drug addiction? Don't be so ignorant.
I don't really appreciate all the illegals and anchors coming into our country and breaking our laws and hurting our people and selling dope to our kids, which is worse than child molesting.

These drug peddlers, white and mexican, ought to be shot on the spot and their remains fed to rats and other predators.

ANCHORS AWAY!!!
Ryan

Denver, CO

#7 Jun 14, 2010
Drug bust related to mexicans? NO way!
officer hightower

Denver, CO

#8 Jun 14, 2010
now we now why angel wings only posts her crap from 8 to 5 monday thru friday the rest of the time she's working her illegals drug trafficing crimmal operations.
Politically Incorrect

Denver, CO

#9 Jun 14, 2010
Drug bust MAY be connected to Mexican drug cartels??? MAY??? You don't say!
ken

Lenora, KS

#10 Jun 14, 2010
longmont resident wrote:
I don't really appreciate all the racial comments that have been posted to this story. First of all it just goes to show how uneducated some people really are. Have you seen the picture of this women? She looks pretty white to me. Secondly drugs affect every color and race, just because this story is connected to the mexicans does not mean that american citizens were not involved. Do you have any idea how many thousands of americans are afflicated by drug addiction? Don't be so ignorant.
Yep Dumm White Girls Too!How cool is your Mex. Boyfriend now?
Yeyo

Chesterfield, MO

#11 Jun 14, 2010
Brings back memories.
hondaco

United States

#12 Jun 14, 2010
sorry guy below me but its called mexicans or hispanics not wet backs n we r takin over but aleast they sell it n not do it like most of americans n u guys r the ones who keep the drug dealers making money...use think u guy r so perfect but not at all we all make mistakes n maybe thats the only way ppl can make money n not just mexican ppl r selling drugs its in every culture so dont be so negitive n against ppl when u dont even no them or no what they went throw or suffered those ppl taht got busted most of them r leaving a family behind but they r just going to grow stronger
Frank Lopez

Chesterfield, MO

#16 Jun 14, 2010
Check this out Mang!
From a Reuters report:
The United States and Cuba will meet in Washington on June 18 for a new round of talks on migration, a U.S. spokeswoman in Havana said on Saturday.
This will be the third time they have met to talk over migration since President Barack Obama became president last year.
Our Main Man Obama is on the Ball.We will give these Mexicans some Competition with Cuban Cigars LOL. Jou Bet Mang.!!!!
ann

United States

#18 Jun 14, 2010
that is not a white girl
myopinion104

Denver, CO

#20 Jun 14, 2010
Longmont arrests were a joint operation between local police, and federal drug agents. "When ever we can work together like this we can accomplish a lot"
That is all that matters. Law enforcment of all levels need to work together to clean up the US of drugs. Clean up the trash no matter what race they are.
Elbert

Kiowa, CO

#22 Jun 14, 2010
"17 Boulder County residents were charged with 127 felonies in the month's long drug sting that focused on cocaine and meth dealing in Longmont.

Federal officials also announced the success of an operation dubbed "Project Deliverance" aimed to disrupt drug supply lines between Mexico and the U.S.

The sting resulted in over 2,000 arrests nationwide, including"

This is just a state that is "Misguided" according to Berry.

We don't need Illegal immigration/drug and people trafficking laws in Arizona or Colorado according to Berry.

November can't come soon enough, then onto 2012 to finally address this problem thatís feeding off the heart of America.
BIG MOUTH

Denver, CO

#23 Jun 14, 2010
duh! illegal drugs = illegal aliens SEND THEM BACK ~ ALL OF THEM
Manny

Chesterfield, MO

#26 Jun 14, 2010
Beast Lover of Littleton wrote:
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I hope you are not offended that I'am posting under your real name. This way everyone will see what you really are. A troll that needs to get a life. When you see a post from Littleton think Troll!
Littlton was once a respected town.
Shazam

Denver, CO

#30 Jun 14, 2010
Good
BILL

Westcliffe, CO

#37 Jun 14, 2010
WOW what great law enforcement, to bad it took serveral years, how many stop down South in New Mexico for the mules, which are released to haul again and again.
The outcome on this will be a small slap on the hand and the 127 reduced to maybe 10 felonies, if the DA works hard.
The DEA will not stop the drugs then they would be out of a job.
hondaco

United States

#38 Jun 14, 2010
fu all n those mexicans build those houses u guys r living in n the schools ur kids r going too but idc wat u ugly has fat ppl think
My Opinion

Denver, CO

#47 Jun 14, 2010
A drug drealer will keep dealing until the goverment gets tired! They cant say they do not use those millions of dollars! OH wait they put it in a bank, or maybe a trust fund! It would not be convinant for the drug dealers to go out of business! Atleast not for our GOVERMENT! All races have their dealers Mexicans are the only ones to be like the Italian Cartels! Its a demand and supply issue! The Junkies demand and the dealers deliver!
wow

Denver, CO

#48 Jun 14, 2010
Well Duh!! Why do you think Arizona is trying to protect the border that our Federal Government won't do. Citizens unite against these drug cartels!!

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