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Mexican Government Offers Rewards For Drug Cartel Arrests

La Opinion, Posted: Mar 25, 2009

MEXICO - The Mexican government allocated approximately $64 million to reward those who provide "useful, truthful and timely information that will lead to the arrests of 37 drug traffickers affiliated with the countrys six most important drug cartels, reports La Opinion.

According to the news report, this is one of the biggest monetary incentives the country has offered in its fight against organized crime. Some 45,141 people linked to trafficking have been arrested since Mexican President Felipe Caldern took office in December 2006.


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