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Police on the run in Mexico

Published on Jan 22, 2013 by AlJazeeraEnglish

For more than 48 hours armed men held the entire town of Marcos Castellanos hostage, killing two people and kidnapping a police officer. After the attack most of the police force resigned – poorly paid police throughout the country are often victims of the violence they themselves try to battle. Lack of training and equipment means they are no match for criminal gangs. Al Jazeera’s Rachel Levin reports from Castellanos, Mexico.

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2 Responses to Police on the run in Mexico

  1. Joe says:

    The U.S. federal (Israeli Occupation) government apparently sees the same thing happening here with all of the treasonous legislation flowing out of ‘Washington (Wall Street: seat of Israeli Occupation Government).

  2. NC says:

    The mayor says, “What am I suppose to do? Allow the people to arm themselves?” Uh….yea! Duh! Maybe if you didn’t disarm them in the first place, you wouldn’t have such a high body count, dumbass!

    Hey, if you guys ever look on Google map around Juarez City, near the border of Mexico and Texas, go to street view a few miles away from the border and into the city and you can see 4 or more policemen with masks over their heads in SWAT gear and AR rifles, looking like armed terrorists, riding up and down the streets in a jeep. And not just one jeep, but two or more.

    It’s nice of Google to be so open and upfront about it, as though it is a natural thing happening in Mexico. If anyone uses Google map to plan a trip to that area, they will be in for a surprise. That is, if they have been hiding under a rock for the past 10 years.

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