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April 06, 2010


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Just a few points here:
1) Nobody gets mistakenly released in Mexico unless a bribe is paid.
2) I would imagine that the CIA has some contacts and assets within Mexico's immigration apparatus on the border with Guatemala. This hopefully acts as a filter to prevent the release of potentially dangerous special interest aliens detained in southern Mexico. According to one other media source at least one Pakistani undocumented person in transit through Mexico was detained there and ended up in Guantanamo.
3) The geography of this story is troubling. All this potentially dangerous traffic is funneled through Guatamela. Serious pressure must put on Guatemala to better police the entry of "special interest" nationals with false/suspect documents.

Thank you for writing this. Please keep calling out sensationalistic stories when you see them.

It is such a pleasure to read the work of a person with such knowlage and insight! It is another plus to find person which holds the same contempt for Sarah Carter, and nails on the chalkboard articles. Keep up the good work!

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