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Mexico: No U.S. pressure in extraditions

Mexico’s attorney general said Sunday four alleged drug lords were extradited to the United States to stop them from communicating with their cartels from behind bars and to reduce the risk of violence and escape, not because of U.S. pressure. Mexico sent Osiel Cardenas, the alleged Gulf cartel leader who was believed to be running his gang from prison, to the U.S. on Friday along with Palma Salazar, the alleged former leader of the Sinaloa cartel, and brothers Ismael and Gilberto Higuera Guerrero, former chiefs in the Arellano-Felix cartel in Tijuana. Full Story

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