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July 25, 2012


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This link might be of interest to you. Very interesting analysis of the Zeta crime organization. I would suspect a rupture in their organization would go a long way since the bulk of their income doesn’t come from drug trafficking. In Nuevo Leon you can already begin to see the consequences of these events. High profile kidnapping had to have top level approval in the past, a tendency we see diminishing.

Link I was referring to in my last comment:

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