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March 19, 2009


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Does anyone in this investigation even consider that the "cartels" do not have to depend on the guns that trickle across our common border with Mexico for the majority of their supply? When the ATF, DOJ or Local Law enforcement are so ineffective at stopping the "northbound" flood of "illegal" drugs, why should they divert attention from that to the much smaller problems of GUNS going south? It seems to me that it is a blatant attempt to cover up the poor performance of those charged with assuring the security of our U.S. borders.

The beautiful tourist area of Cozumel has become a favorite drug distribution location for the DTOs. This demonstrates the ineffective policies of the Mexican government in dealing with their problem - the DTOs. The Mexican Government knows that the tourist dollars are extremely vital to their economy but seem to be powerless against the DTOs. The Cartels don't give a "----" if Mexico "burns to the ground"(sic) because they "have" theirs' and care less about the survival of their nation.

If Mexico cant handle the problem, why does it become OURS?

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