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    GRAPHIC: Mexico’s Acapulco Rocked by Cartel Beheadings and Shootings

    GRAPHIC: Mexico’s Acapulco Rocked by Cartel Beheadings and Shootings



    22 Nov 2016

    Cartel members tortured and beheaded nine men whose bodies were later dumped on the side of the road in the Mexican state of Guerrero. Separately, two off-duty Mexican marines were shot and killed with eight others in the resort town of Acapulco.

    According to information released by the Guerrero State Prosecutor’s Office (Fiscalia del Estado) the bodies of the nine men were discovered on Sunday afternoon along a road leading to the town of Tixtla, about 100 kilometers north of the famous beach resort area of Acapulco.

    The nine bodies exhibited obvious signs of torture with the severed remains placed partially inside burlap bags. The bodies also had a cartel banner nearby, though the message was not made public. According to state officials, the violence in the area is tied to rival drug trafficking gangs who have been fighting for control of lucrative drug distribution routes.



    Also over the weekend, two Mexican marines who were among 10 victims gunned down in or near Acapulco, a once calm beach resort area that has become a battleground for cartel factions. The two marines had been assigned to the local military station and were both 27 years old.

    As Breitbart Texas has previously reported, Guerrero is the same Mexican state where 43 education students form the rural community of Ayotzinapa were kidnapped by police officers and then turned over to cartel members, who apparently murdered and incinerated them in an open air pit near the municipal dumpster in Cocula.

    The official explanation of events that has been pushed by the Mexican government has been dis-proven by various experts, leading to multiple accusations of a cover-up. The case has drawn international attention as the parents and relatives of the missing 43 students continue to travel throughout Mexico and the U.S., pressuring the Mexican government for answers.

    http://www.breitbart.com/texas/2016/...n-resort-area/

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    Such a shame. Please Trump Administration, end the war on drugs in the US so we can shut these cartels down all over the world.
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    Yeah, too bad. We are still sending YOUR people back.

    Better get your game plan on.
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    Yep, get ready, because it will happen fast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Judy View Post
    Such a shame. Please Trump Administration, end the war on drugs in the US so we can shut these cartels down all over the world.
    You're sadly mistaken if you honestly believe the legalization of drugs in the United States will shut the drug cartels down. Legalizing drugs in the United States would not undercut the cartels business because the price, federal and state tax included, would be cost prohibitive for many users. What legalizing the drugs will do is create more users, which will have a host of consequences, and make the drugs even more accessible to our children. That's not what our country needs. Heck, I was just reading an article the other day about the increases in traffic deaths in Colorado since marijuana became legal. That's only one of several of the negative consequences associated with such an idiot law. That may not seem very important to some people, but it is certainly important to those that lose a loved one.
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    I'm sorry, MW, but you don't know what you're talking about.
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    I think their are more problems in Colorado with legalizing pot. They saw big dollar signs in Taxes collected but there is the unintended consequences that the Tax Payers will foot the bill for that outweigh the benefit.

    More homeless, ER, more police, more crime, more OD'ing, public nuisance, more car accidents, people going to work stoned, robbery of the pot stores and the cash, younger kids having access. The list is long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Judy View Post
    I'm sorry, MW, but you don't know what you're talking about.
    Actually I do and a minimum amount of research would bare that out. You can't just fling these non-reality based opinions out there and not expect to be called on them. Just saying ........

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    Quote Originally Posted by MW View Post
    You're sadly mistaken if you honestly believe the legalization of drugs in the United States will shut the drug cartels down. Legalizing drugs in the United States would not undercut the cartels business because the price, federal and state tax included, would be cost prohibitive for many users. What legalizing the drugs will do is create more users, which will have a host of consequences, and make the drugs even more accessible to our children. That's not what our country needs. Heck, I was just reading an article the other day about the increases in traffic deaths in Colorado since marijuana became legal. That's only one of several of the negative consequences associated with such an idiot law. That may not seem very important to some people, but it is certainly important to those that lose a loved one.
    It is not necessary to legalize drugs to shut down the cartels. Decriminalization would do the job. For example, it is not necessary to legalize marijuana in order to cripple its black market. In all cases the most damaging to the cartels is to remove jail time for users and low level distributors. The reason that commercialization is happening for marijuana is because of the quack medical marijuana movement that the "Conservatives" seemed completely defenseless against. Even now the number of states allowing "medical" marijuana have increased along with states allowing commercialization.

    Removing jail time cuts off users and low level distributors from the power and influence of organized crime. It also decreases the risk associated with its distribution which brings the price down and makes it less profitable. It also undermines the subculture that sells drug use as an exotic pleasure, instead of being an idle vice and a risk to one's health.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MW View Post
    Actually I do and a minimum amount of research would bare that out. You can't just fling these non-reality based opinions out there and not expect to be called on them. Just saying ........
    Everyone who knows anything about this knows that the price of drugs will go down under a legalized/regulated recreational drug program. But if you want to cling to the falsehoods that created this disaster to begin with, that's up to you, just don't expect it to go unchallenged. The negative results of what you think are in plain sight in every stretch of this country. The federal government's War on Drugs has failed and needs to be canceled and replaced with a legalized/regulated domestic only recreational drug trade.
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