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Napolitano Tells Congress that DHS Needs Help to Quell Border Violence

February 26, 2009  | 

Border violence, which claimed more than 1,000 lives in January and about 6,000 in 2008, is already on the radar of Pentagon and CIA officials, who have told The Washington Times of their involvement in the current crisis in Mexico and say they are watching developments closely.

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Tags: Department of Homeland Security, Mexican Drug Cartels, Drug Enforcement Administration, Drug Trafficking, Narcoterrorism, Janet Napolitano


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ROB ROY @ 2/27/2009 12:08 AM

"I've actually found the situation in Mexico one of the top priority items on my desk. It was on my desk when I was governor of Arizona, but as the secretary of homeland security, I see it in a much broader way." I can't believe she actually said this. It wasnt on her desk it was in the trash can under it. every piece of legislation sent to her that may have solved some of this madness she vetoed it. Now that she doesnt have to worry about pissing off the hispanic population living here she's actually willing to do something about illegal immigration. Let's just take hypocrisy to a whole new level

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