Cartel Land
Vigilante Groups Fighting Mexican Drug Cartels

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Suzanne

Sorry, couldn't stomach the American vigilantes. The underlying sentiment of this group is racism at its worst. Not about controlling drug cartels. The man who lost his job and home during the '08 recession needs a scapegoat so he hunts brown people. The only thing that will stop the flow of ...Read more

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