14 killed in Mexico bar attacks

Full story: El Paso Times 46
At least 14 people were killed in three separate attacks in bars in northern Mexico, authorities said Sunday. Full Story
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#42 Mar 1, 2011
Maverick 77 wrote:
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Yep
and the guy is American.That is what is the strangest part of it.
Dammm shame they allays miss Petro!!!
Joe

United States

#43 Mar 1, 2011
Maverick77 wrote:
<quoted text> Excellent post Joe, could not have said it any better. But I'm afraid it's wasted on someone like this who does not understand the problems, nor do they want to understand the consequences of their "legalization soap-box". "Oh well, duh. The cartels will simply go out of business and that will be the end of the illegal drugs and the drug wars and everybody will live happliy ever after". Their idea, purpose is just to get the drugs legalized against all costs. No thought as to how it will make anything "better". Again, well said, Joe.
I suspect many of the pro-drug legalization types are either with the cartels or doing business with them, and they want things made easier for their bloody business.

They really don't care about the deaths, it's all about more money in their bank accounts.
Maverick 77

El Paso, TX

#44 Mar 1, 2011
Joe wrote:
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I suspect many of the pro-drug legalization types are either with the cartels or doing business with them, and they want things made easier for their bloody business.
They really don't care about the deaths, it's all about more money in their bank accounts.
Yes but they will get them under R.I.C.O. Laws. wont they?

Organized crime contacts with a lot of information of the where abouts of drugs dealers. That will send them to their graves or prison. Dont you just love the U.S.A.
Maverick77

El Paso, TX

#45 Mar 1, 2011
Maverick 77 wrote:
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Yep
and the guy is American.That is what is the strangest part of it.
If you are going to post as "me", do a lot of research, get an "education" on the subject, FIRST. IF you weren't there to see this person, why would you assume they were American?
Maverick 77

El Paso, TX

#46 Mar 1, 2011
Maverick77 wrote:
<quoted text> If you are going to post as "me", do a lot of research, get an "education" on the subject, FIRST. IF you weren't there to see this person, why would you assume they were American?
First of all pistolero .Remember your friends.Second we were there.

You would know that if you were the real pistolero.

And you of all people know that dude is american
Maverick77

El Paso, TX

#47 Mar 1, 2011
Maverick 77 wrote:
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First of all pistolero .Remember your friends.Second we were there.
You would know that if you were the real pistolero.
And you of all people know that dude is american
And if YOU were "me" then you would know the truth. I know who friends are, just can't decide if "you" are one of them. Thats's my message.

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