Local drug trafficking group used ran...

Local drug trafficking group used ranchlands to bypass South Texas checkpoints

There are 3 comments on the TheMonitor.com story from Sep 6, 2012, titled Local drug trafficking group used ranchlands to bypass South Texas checkpoints. In it, TheMonitor.com reports that:

Six men have been convicted in various drug charges connected to a South Texas narcotics trafficking organization that focused on bypassing U.S. Border Patrol checkpoints.

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Paisano Press

Alice, TX

#1 Sep 7, 2012
Who are the people they are talking about from Fal? I can't seem to make a connection.
Piansano Press2

Portland, TX

#2 Sep 7, 2012
Paisano Press wrote:
Who are the people they are talking about from Fal? I can't seem to make a connection.
click on where it says TheMoniter.com and you'll find out who they are talking about.
Scum

Portland, TX

#3 Sep 8, 2012
Rene Salazar, 42, Jose Figueroa, 35, and Edwardo Munoz, 35, of Falfurrias

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