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June 05, 2010

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It may be possible that Diego Fernandez was abducted by one of Mexico's marxist guerrilla movements, either the EPR or the ERPI. With security forces spread thin and the increasing instability in the country could we see a resurgence of these groups? Are these groups following the FARC model of involvement in the drug trade?

This is so sad. Mexico has always been one of my favorite places to visit. Cozumel is spectacular. This can’t be doing their tourist trade a bit of good. Not to mention the death and destruction the Mexicans are being subjected to.

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