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Mexican Police Held in Killings

Thirteen Mexican state police officers are being questioned and four more are being sought in connection with the killings of 11 people found buried at a house used by drug traffickers in this border city, federal officials said Thursday. The officers, including a state police commander, are suspected of conspiring with drug traffickers in what the federal government’s top organized-crime prosecutor called an “extreme breakdown” of law enforcement in Chihuahua state. “Instead of protecting and guaranteeing the safety of the population, they are openly working with organized crime,” Jose Luis Santiago Vasconcelos, the deputy attorney general, said of the police. “This is serious, and we are not going to tolerate it.” Full Story

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