Police find tortured bodies of 3 paramedics, salesman off a western Mexico highway

State prosecutor's spokesman Jonathan Arredondo says the men were last seen by their relatives two days before they were discovered Saturday near the town of La Angostura. Full Story

“Is that all you've got?”

Since: Jun 10

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#1 Jun 3, 2012
You can look forward to sharing similar pleasantries with these gentlemen, here in the U.S., after "we" vote in our first Mexican president.

Wake up people.
Spare me

Santa Monica, CA

#2 Jun 3, 2012
nanoanomaly wrote:
You can look forward to sharing similar pleasantries with these gentlemen, here in the U.S., after "we" vote in our first Mexican president.
Wake up people.
Has nothing to do with being Mexican or not. It's all about drug cartel wars.(Like the US gangs during alcohol prohibition.) If we legalize a drugs here in the US, those cartels will vanish. And jobs will be created here.

Since: Feb 07

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#4 Jun 3, 2012
The increase in violence has much to do with the 'Normalization' of illegal behavior.

“your life is great”

Since: Aug 09

you poop in clean water

#5 Jun 3, 2012
Spare me wrote:
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Has nothing to do with being Mexican or not. It's all about drug cartel wars.(Like the US gangs during alcohol prohibition.) If we legalize a drugs here in the US, those cartels will vanish. And jobs will be created here.
absolutely.
ima

El Paso, TX

#6 Jun 3, 2012
Spare me wrote:
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Has nothing to do with being Mexican or not. It's all about drug cartel wars.(Like the US gangs during alcohol prohibition.) If we legalize a drugs here in the US, those cartels will vanish. And jobs will be created here.
Yes, yes spare me the bullcr-p! haven't we enough problems with drunk drivers and you want to legalize drugs which would mean another huge problem dealing with stoned drivers killing with their uninsured vehicles as happened to me years ago. I was lucky the guy that hit me had insurance but get this--he was a doctor! I was hurt some but wasn't the only car he hit, the others in the other car he hit could've died. If drugs are legalized the users will buy the drugs instead of the insurance for their cars more than likely.
pug

Justice, IL

#9 Jun 4, 2012
Spare me wrote:
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Has nothing to do with being Mexican or not. It's all about drug cartel wars.(Like the US gangs during alcohol prohibition.) If we legalize a drugs here in the US, those cartels will vanish. And jobs will be created here.
The coorelation you present is not quite accurate. U S gangs did atleast try, not to involve citizens (non gang persons) in their violence. The cartels have open season on everybody.

But, what happened to the violent Bonnie & Clyde's or machine gun kelly's types in the U S. They were hunted down and eliminated for the public good.

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