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April 11, 2010


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Have your sources mentioned what level of security was present outside the consulate at the time of the attack? I find it amazing that security would not be heavy at U.S. consulates throughout Northern Mexico based on present levels of violence including the recent deadly incident in Cd Juarez and the 2008 grenade attack at the Monterrery consulate.

here are examples of the level of instability in Nuevo Laredo at present.

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