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US Justice Dept: Mexico Violence Implications for the US

MEXICO / 11 NOV 2010 BY INSIGHT CRIME EN

Statement for US Senate of Anthony P. Placido Assistant Administrator for Intelligence Drug Enforcement Administration and Kevin L. Perkins Assistant Director, Criminal Investigative Division Federal Bureau of Investigation. May 5, 2010.

Read the full statement here.

 

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