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Accused Mexican drug lord may face US death penalty

The alleged leader of Mexico’s most infamous drug cartel pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to U.S. federal charges of murder, racketeering, drug trafficking and money laundering across the U.S.-Mexican border. Javier Arellano-Felix, 37, arrested by the U.S. Coast Guard in international waters in August, could face the death penalty if convicted, prosecutors said after a court hearing in San Diego. U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez will decide at a later date whether to seek the death penalty. Full Story

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