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Homicide Total in Juarez, Mexico, Passes 1,500

December 22, 2008  | 

With the homicide toll in Juárez surpassing the 1,500 mark, authorities there are left to face what border experts are calling the biggest Mexican dilemma -- ending the bloody street war between drug cartels, controlling thugs who have gone wild and preventing police corruption.

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ROB ROY @ 12/25/2008 4:28 PM

Eliminating corruption in mexico law enforcement would be like Illinois getting rid of corruption in Chicago politic's. And why doe's anyone in Elpaso feel compeled to spend our tax money to fix a problem that is clearly mexico's problem. Doe's anyone here think mexico would do the same for us. I doubt it. They would probally do what we should do and that is seal the border off and not let anyone in or out and let us take care of our own problem. I remember some time ago the Border Patrol stationed an Angent every 50 yard's along the border at Elpaso bringing illegal border crossing's to a halt. All crime in Elpaso dropped 65%. That statistic alone should be enough reason to do that again and make them fix thier own damn problem's. And we need to quit thinking we need to hold the world's hand to do anything and take care of our own problem's first....

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