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January 11, 2011

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Thank you Sylvia for clearing up some of this mess. It is like trying to track a NACAR race to see who is in the lead after how many laps, very confusing but there does not seem to be any abatement in the violence anywhere. It looks like Calderon gets one step ahead in the fight in one area and the cartels get two steps ahead in another area. I still fear for the lives of my friends living in Mexico.

Could you comment on the resiliency of the Zetas? Is there something about their structure or mode of operating that makes them less susceptible to arrests and killings of their leadership? Looks like they are everywhere and I read on borderland beat that they successfully recruited some Kabiles to do some hits in the Yucatan.

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