State and federal authorities are cracking down on corruption in border towns
While much of New Mexico is west of the Rio Grande, this dusty enclave of 14,000 residents is the only U.S. city on the Mexico side of the river, on the same side as, and just across the border fence from, Juarez.
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#1 Apr 28, 2012
This is an excellent article as it acknowledges the corruption that exists in the border towns.
The government's number one job is to protect our borders, especially from the drug cartels who have established routes through the weaker areas using common people, especially ones with official titles that make them trustworthy to the general public.
#2 May 2, 2012
Copy and paste! Lol!
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