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    2 Mexico: Cop who arrested El Chapo's son shot 155 times.

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    #BREAKING: ** #MEXICO **Cop who arrested #ElChapo's son 'executed' after gunmen shoot him 155 times

    Cop who arrested El Chapo's son 'executed' after gunmen shoot him 155 times
    The elite Mexican officer known only as Eduardo was murdered after two gunmen riddled him with bullets in Sinaloa


    UPDATED 21:29, 7 NOV 2019

    An elite police officer who was part of the operation to arrest the son of El Chapo has been brutally murdered after two men shot him more than 150 times.

    Ovidio Guzman, the son of the drug lord, was briefly captured by Mexican police, triggering a shocking gunfight in the streets.

    Authorities were later forced to release Guzman , who is believed to have followed his dad into the drugs trade, to avoid further bloodshed.

    One of the elite police officers involved in the operation has been gunned down outside a shopping centre.

    Shocking footage shows two cars approaching the officer before unleashing a hail of machine gun fire, killing him.

    Cops are hunting the culprits. It is not yet known if they have any gang affiliation.

    Local media have reported the operation also aimed to extradite Guzman to US.

    Guzman is believed to operate in black market fentanyl, which has fuelled violence in Mexico and led to the extradition attempt.

    Nine women and children who were part of breakaway Mormon communities were brutally murdered by Mexican cartels warring over the highly addictive drug.

    The wedding party was ambushed by gunmen in a shooting attack in the Mexican border state of Sonora, with their bodies found dead in their burned-out SUVs.

    Reports said the police officer victim became a National Police officer in 2013 and last held a position in the security outfit for the undersecretary of public security Carlos Alberto Hernandez Leyva.

    It is unclear if the cop was on duty at the time of the attack although he was reportedly carrying a gun with him.

    The secretary of public security Cristobal Castaneda Camarillo and his undersecretary Hernandez Leyva both showed up at the crime scene on the same morning to supervise the investigation.

    The local authorities are investigating the incident although they have yet to establish whether a criminal gang was behind the alleged assassination.

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    They really need someone else to run their country for them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by naegling62 View Post
    They really need someone else to run their country for them.
    You got that right!!!!!! And they let the SOB go!!!!!!!!!!! How stupid was that? At the very least, I would have killed him before I let him go!!!


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    I had no idea the Mexican cop had pissed off Hillary....

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    Quote Originally Posted by naegling62 View Post
    They really need someone else to run their country for them.
    ^^^ perfect answer. The Mexican government is Controlled by the drug cartels now. Them losing that battle with his arrest just shows the citizens what's in store for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wab54 View Post
    You got that right!!!!!! And they let the SOB go!!!!!!!!!!! How stupid was that? At the very least, I would have killed him before I let him go!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by et2 View Post
    ^^^ perfect answer. The Mexican government is Controlled by the drug cartels now. Them losing that battle with his arrest just shows the citizens what's in store for them.

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    Meth, Fentanyl, coke, crack, heroin............ here big time already. Has been for decades now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis Olson View Post
    I had no idea the Mexican cop had pissed off Hillary....
    If that had been the case, it would have been ruled suicide by 150 bullets.
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    That left hand in the "shooting up" pic sure looks like a buttcrack. Must be using crack.
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    The prohibition of marijuana in the US made this all possible.
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    I know I've been against wars of occupation, but this is way too close. We all have a dog in this fight, it's our boarders, our economy and crime on our streets because of it. Pull out of where it doesn't matter and clean this shit up. Invade these inept neighbors and make Mexico American instead of them trying to make America Mexican.
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    Mexicans are completely incompatible with modern western society, they don't have the temperance and intelligence to live among normal white people and this is just another example in an endless list of examples. Mexicans are and always will be third world people.

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    Temperance? I think you mean temperament.

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    I think it was Epstein who shot him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis Olson View Post
    Temperance? I think you mean temperament.
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    Quote Originally Posted by et2 View Post
    ^^^ perfect answer. The Mexican government is Controlled by the drug cartels now. Them losing that battle with his arrest just shows the citizens what's in store for them.

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    That the Cartel runs Mexico is understood. Outside of a few small areas, this is now fact. The citizens will fall in line as they have no options or means to fight back.

    As far as the USA, that will depend..... I expect many areas will fall in line with the Cartels, such as California in the south, but other places will not. We as a group do not like to be hemmed in by such groups as the Cartels. We will fight back, but not universally. Sad but true. The nation will break up.

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    If people stopped using recreational drugs, the cartels would be out of business and hundreds, maybe thousands of lives would be saved. It's not the prohibition of the drugs, it's the drug use that causes the problems. Why is getting high so precious to people that they will turn a blind eye to the slaughter caused by the cartels and the thousands of deaths caused by drug use?

    Recreation drug use is self-indulgence and it has had a huge detrimental effect on our country and culture in the last 50 years.

    I know the dope-heads like to pretend it's the prohibition that is the problem, but legalization of drugs has not stopped the gang members, organized crime, and foreign criminals from invading and controlling parts of Northern California and being involved in legal drug sales. Legalization is the wrong way to go.

    If liberals made dope uncool like they did tobacco, it would save thousands of lives. But they'll never go there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cleobc View Post
    If people stopped using recreational drugs, the cartels would be out of business and hundreds, maybe thousands of lives would be saved. It's not the prohibition of the drugs, it's the drug use that causes the problems. Why is getting high so precious to people that they will turn a blind eye to the slaughter caused by the cartels and the thousands of deaths caused by drug use?

    Recreation drug use is self-indulgence and it has had a huge detrimental effect on our country and culture in the last 50 years.

    I know the dope-heads like to pretend it's the prohibition that is the problem, but legalization of drugs has not stopped the gang members, organized crime, and foreign criminals from invading and controlling parts of Northern California and being involved in legal drug sales. Legalization is the wrong way to go.

    If liberals made dope uncool like they did tobacco, it would save thousands of lives. But they'll never go there.

    It's time to grow up.
    It’s not just recreational use, but in our inept cumbersome government, real patients with legitimate conditions can’t get access to the medications they need, so, it’s off to the east side of town, or south side, or wherever to get them when and where they can.

    Our controlling politicians are depriving the sick and elderly of much needed pain medication in the quest to control the “opiate epidemic”. Not only that, the price of many of these medications are astronomical in price - so, again, it’s off to see your grandson’s friend who’s a drug dealer.

    This isn’t just a few people here and there either, many, many elderly and infirm are suffering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squib View Post
    It’s not just recreational use, but in our inept cumbersome government, real patients with legitimate conditions can’t get access to the medications they need, so, it’s off to the east side of town, or south side, or wherever to get them when and where they can.

    Our controlling politicians are depriving the sick and elderly of much needed pain medication in the quest to control the “opiate epidemic”. Not only that, the price of many of these medications are astronomical in price - so, again, it’s off to see your grandson’s friend who’s a drug dealer.

    This isn’t just a few people here and there either, many, many elderly and infirm are suffering.
    How true. In FL too. When I came down here one of my scrips was for very low dose hydrocodone. They made it sooooooooo hard to get that I just said F it. You have to pay to run around to so-called pain clinics and they take your money and tell you we don't give out drugs. Disgusting. After calling 4 or 5 of them, I just said nope they ain't getting my money. That scrip in NY cost me all of 83 cents a month.

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    Mexico has fallen into the same pattern I mentioned in another bunch of similar articles for what happens when central governments fall apart and local warlords (you can substitute the name gang leaders/cartel leaders for the word Warlord) and City-States/semi-independent fiefdoms.

    I have no good answers, such periods usually keep going into something happens to either break things apart totally and/or one warlord comes out on top (or an even bigger warlord moves in from elsewhere) and unites a "Kingdom" again.

    Full drug decriminalization/legalization would be a good move for Mexico (temporarily at least) and it wouldn't hurt in the US, but it won't stop everything though.

    It might help both countries with social and legal problems involved in making criminals out of folks who need pain relief or are just plain addicts, and like ending prohibition it will limit the smuggling game for a bit.

    However, if the current trends in Mexico continue, the warring factions won't stop and the warlords/gangs will simply find other things to smuggle and traffic in.

    Basically, the Central Government has completely lost control of some areas of the country and it shows.

    If you want to see what such a world looks like, I can't think of a better way to do it and be entertained than by watching The Borgias mini-series - no it isn't totally historically correct but they did a dang good job and if you watch it and think of all those various warlords, princes, dukes, bishops and kings as Mexican Cartel Warlords vs. a very weak central government; understanding the situation is pretty easy.

    Solving it is a lot harder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by naegling62 View Post
    They really need someone else to run their country for them.
    They need the MOAB dropped on them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buick Electra View Post
    They need the MOAB dropped on them.
    Nope, that would just leave a smoking crater in one place and it won't solve the problem, as we talked about in over-all Latin America thread awhile back - the "natural" form of government in most of Latin America (at least since the 1500s) has been Oligarchy.

    Every country, even those that claim to be Democratic, Socialist or even Faciest Dictatorships is usually really an Oligarchy when you get down to the actual facts.

    The only difference is that until fairly recently most of Latin America was quite openly a Fuedal society too, with the large land-owners acting very much like the local "lord" in the Middle Ages, doing what they wanted in their only "tiny kingdoms" and only united with others when called for military duty by those they owed allegiance too.

    That starts breaking down when you get actual money economies, large scale trade (legal and illegal), new forms of both work and wealth.

    So yeah, you could bomb the border cities or even Mexico City, but it won't solve the problem it just scatters it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cleobc View Post
    If people stopped using recreational drugs, the cartels would be out of business and hundreds, maybe thousands of lives would be saved. It's not the prohibition of the drugs, it's the drug use that causes the problems. Why is getting high so precious to people that they will turn a blind eye to the slaughter caused by the cartels and the thousands of deaths caused by drug use?

    Recreation drug use is self-indulgence and it has had a huge detrimental effect on our country and culture in the last 50 years.

    I know the dope-heads like to pretend it's the prohibition that is the problem, but legalization of drugs has not stopped the gang members, organized crime, and foreign criminals from invading and controlling parts of Northern California and being involved in legal drug sales. Legalization is the wrong way to go.

    If liberals made dope uncool like they did tobacco, it would save thousands of lives. But they'll never go there.

    It's time to grow up.
    That may be true but people have used drugs since the beginning of time. It'll never stop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buick Electra View Post
    They need the MOAB dropped on them.
    A series of them all along the border, to about 30 miles or so into Mexico.
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    Fake news. Never happened. Mexico has complete gun control. Just ask any Never Build the Wall slime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dozdoats View Post
    At this point in history, all states are failed states.

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    Shows that the drug cartels are in complete control and the Mexican Government can do nothing about it because there is complete lawlessness in Mexico..

    Regardless of the reasons why Mexico is a failed State there is nothing the USA can do about it, except ringfencing, keep the imported trouble, people, influences and products out of the USA. Protect the USA from offensive and undesirable influences.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melodi View Post
    Nope, that would just leave a smoking crater in one place and it won't solve the problem, as we talked about in over-all Latin America thread awhile back - the "natural" form of government in most of Latin America (at least since the 1500s) has been Oligarchy.

    Every country, even those that claim to be Democratic, Socialist or even Faciest Dictatorships is usually really an Oligarchy when you get down to the actual facts.

    The only difference is that until fairly recently most of Latin America was quite openly a Fuedal society too, with the large land-owners acting very much like the local "lord" in the Middle Ages, doing what they wanted in their only "tiny kingdoms" and only united with others when called for military duty by those they owed allegiance too.

    That starts breaking down when you get actual money economies, large scale trade (legal and illegal), new forms of both work and wealth.

    So yeah, you could bomb the border cities or even Mexico City, but it won't solve the problem it just scatters it.
    Correct. Follow the money and then follow it with the appropriate Match King for the situation. Rinse and repeat. Either that or admit to the realities on the ground and go full realpolitik, which in the current Swamp environment is a no-winner as well.

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    I remember listening to William F. Buckley talking about Vietnam back in 1967 or so. He said that the NVA, Viet Cong policy was to go into village after village and shoot the local political leaders, and village elders who weren't communist. they would do this year after year, and pretty soon when the corrupt Southern Vietnamese government, or their troops, showed up, or Americans in their hearts and minds mode, they would find nobody to lead the village to fight the communists, and that is why we really lost.

    Now if you are an honest Mexican cop, of which there are still quite a few, how are you going to react to this hit. The cartels just sent a message that if you hurt us we will smash you into the ground. The next time anybody in the Mexican government or police gets orders to launch a raid, they will find NOBODY to do it. And when this goes on long enough in Mexico, which it is close to being the case, you get a PERMANENT FAILED STATE and the USA faces a Vietnam type situation right on our border.
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