Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Mexico - Authorities Kill 25 Drug Traffickers In A Fierce

Mexican shootout leaves 25 drug suspects dead

With all due respect - if 25 drug suspects in the United States ended up dead while while "only" two police men were wounded - you can be sure that the activists in America would be up in arms against the police, demanding an investigation about the apparent "slaughter" and unbalanced attack.......by the authorities.

It seems to me that the real issue in this immigration debate should be focused upon bringing Mexico closer to the standards of justice that the Unites States operates from instead of attempting to condemn the Unites States as being intolerant.

One thing is for sure - while Hillary Clinton reported the State of Arizona to the United Nations as an example of human rights violations - this particular incident involving the Mexican military won't be reported as such.

Mexico City (CNN) -- A shootout between soldiers and suspected drug dealers in northeast Mexico left 25 of the suspects dead, the regional military said Thursday.
After the fighting ended, soldiers captured a cache of weaponry and 23 vehicles, two of them painted to look like military vehicles, the military said.
The incident began when anti-drug forces flying over Ciudad Mier, south of the Rio Grande, observed armed people in front of a building, the military said.
Once they saw they were being observed, the armed people drove off, the military said.
Soldiers were dispatched on the ground. When they approached the building, they were greeted with gunfire and responded with their own, the military said.
The soldiers also freed three people whom the suspects were holding, the military said.
Two of the soldiers were wounded.

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