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U.S. Officials See Continuation of Mexican Cartel Violence

No question, with the stakes so high, the money so plentiful, the Mexican drug trade isn’t going away any time soon. The U.S. announcement on Thursday of a major indictment including major cartel figures is good, but it certainly does NOT mark the end, or anything close to it.

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By Anthony L. Kimery
HS TODAY

US counterterrorism officials continue to be increasingly concerned about the growth of Mexico’s narco-cartels and the Mexican military’s inability to substantially break up their operations.

Mexican President Felipe Calderon earlier this year was forced to deploy military forces throughout regions of the country to try to break-up and disrupt the cartels’ activities.

But officials who spoke on background said the cartels and their “enforcers” have become emboldened and have less fear than they did several years ago to directly confront Mexican federal police and military forces, and that they no longer have hesitation about using violence to protect – and project – their operations there and in the United States.

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