Ex-Mexico prez suggests truce with drug cartels

Aug 27, 2011 Full story: StarNewsOnline.com

Former President Vicente Fox suggested Friday that Mexican authorities consider calling on drug cartels for a truce and offering them amnesty, speaking out a day after an apparent cartel attack on a casino killed 52 people.

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Dallas, TX

#1 Aug 27, 2011
Malditos infelices si no aprecian la vida mueranse juntos a such asquerosa genre ..
Y dejen vivir a la gente honesta

Georgetown, TX

#2 Aug 28, 2011
Fox=Coca Cola Veracruz=Gulf Coat Cartel; didn't anyone else follow that money trail a decade ago? Rich folks have a stronger addiction to money than the lowliest junkie has to smack; haven't you figured that out yet? That's why a Dick Cheney takes Haliburton hq offshore to keep selling oil field supplies to Iran around the embargo. That's why a major soft drink mega corp has been buying trim from Colorado mega growers to develop new products. Nothing new; Jesu Christi had extremely harsh words for the rich and greedy before Paul and later Constantine's Bishops at Nycea perverted his message to the point the originator would mever recognize it...

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