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Mexico: Narco-Messages to President Calderón

Reforma-Diario La Esrtella, Posted: Dec 09, 2008

MEXICO CITY -- Large signs presumably written by drug cartels appeared along the streets of the Mexican cities of Oaxaca, Guerrero and Nuevo Leon on Monday, according to a Reforma report in Diario La Estrella. These anonymous "narco-messages" were directed at Mexican President Felipe Calderón and the Secretary of Defense. The sign in Oaxaca, composed of four paragraphs, accused Secretary of Federal Public Safety Genaro Garcia Luna of being "the most powerful drug trafficker" and being the mastermind behind the Sept. 15 explosion in Michoacan.


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