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MEXICO ARMY GIVES DRUG CARTELS FREE REIN AS CRITICS CLAIM "NON-AGGRESSION PACT"  

Mexico army gives drug cartels free rein as critics claim 'non-aggression  pact' | Mexico | The GuardianA small squad of soldiers with about a half-dozen trucks and sandbag emplacements stands guard on a rural highway in western Mexico. In one direction, almost within earshot, one drug cartel operates a roadblock extorting farmers. In the other direction, a rival cartel carries out armed patrols in trucks bearing its initials.
The Mexican army has largely stopped fighting drug cartels here, instead soldiers guard the dividing lines between gang territories so they won’t invade each other’s turf – and turn a blind eye to the cartels’ illegal activities just a few hundred yards away. Read more HERE
Published on 10/11/2021 @ 21h47   | |