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East Arizona, Part 2

Hard information about what is happening inside Mexico is kept from us by the American Media. The reality, it seems, does not sell advertising. Only the accidental tidbit leaks onto the pages of America's papers.

The Dallas Morning News accidentally reported:

MEXICO CITY -- Hundreds of federal police and soldiers were patrolling the border cities or Reynosa and Matamoros.... marking a new chapter in Mexico's deadly war against drug traffickers. An estimated 600 federal officers and at least six tanks assumed posts in the two (border) cities of Reynosa and Matamoros. The deployments were in response to abductions and executions .....

U.S. State Department Warnings

The United States State Department has been ridiculed in the American Media because it issued a Public Announcement .. "to alert U.S. Citizens to the current situation along the Mexican side of the U.S. - Mexico border in the wake of increased violence among drug traffickers."

This United States State Department Public Announcement continued:

"U.S. citizens should be aware of the risk posed by the deteriorating security situation.....

Violent criminal activity along the U.S. - Mexico border has increased as a product of a war between criminal organizations struggling for control of the lucrative narcotics trade along the border.

Americans have been among the victims of homicides and kidnappings in the border region...

Mexico's police forces suffer from lack of funds and training and the judicial system is weak, overworked and inefficient.

U.S. citizens are urged to be especially aware of safety and security concerns when visiting the border region..."


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