Mexico Fires 3,200 Federal Officers In Corruption Probe
August 31, 2010
About 3,200 federal police officers who haven't been doing their jobs or are linked with organized crime have been fired since May, according the a top law enforcement official in that country.
Of those, 465 have been charged with crimes. An additional 1,020 officers face disciplinary proceedings for failing confidence exams, CNN reports.
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