Zetas cartel boss, alleged behind thousands of slayings, captured near Nuevo Laredo

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    Zetas cartel boss, wanted in U.S., nabbed in Mexico. (San Antonio Express-News)
    more at the link
     
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    I saw this news first thing this morning, and all I can say is "Thank you!!!" Now to see if he'll get to prosecution, and, if so, if he goes to prison.

    This is one seriously bad dude...

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    Mexico's most-wanted drug lord who 'stewed' his victims alive in burning oil barrels is captured. (Daily Mail)
    much more, with pictures, at the link
     
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    mysteriew A diamond in process

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    So happy they got him. Now I hope they can convict him.

    And I hope they are able to turn him. He likely had police officers and other officials on his payroll. They will have to get them too.
     
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    I remember Nuevo Laredo when it was a friendly town (albeit even then under Zeta control) and no headless bodies were dangling from bridges.
     
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    Friend bought a condo there.
    This man is a MONSTER.
    I hope he hates the rest of his miserable life. Death is too good for him. IMO:behindbar:behindbar

    QUOTE=wfgodot;9673685]I remember Nuevo Laredo when it was a friendly town (albeit even then under Zeta control) and no headless bodies were dangling from bridges.[/QUOTE]
     

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