Skip to comments.Vigilante ranchers, fruit growers kick out brutal drug cartel in western Mexican state
Posted on 11/09/2013 12:52:17 PM PST by BenLurkin
TEPALCATEPEC, Mexico For lime grower Hipolito Mora, it was time to organize and pick up arms when a packing company controlled by a brutal drug cartel refused to buy his fruit. For Bishop Miguel Patino Velazquez, it was seeing civilians forced to fight back with their own guns that made him speak out. For Leticia, a lime picker too afraid of retribution to give her last name, it was the day she saw a taxi driver kidnapped in front of his two young children that convinced her to join those taking the law into their own hands.
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doing the job americans wont
It’s what you have to do when your president, congress, military and spy services have no desire to help the common taxpayer.
Good thing that would never happen here, eh?
ITS WHAT YOU HAVE TO DO
Looks like Fox said “We don’t need no stinking comments to this”
We can learn quite a bit from these Mexican ranghers and growers.
Pick up arms?? Guns are BAD - remember AP? Why don't those poor Mexican citizens just trust their government to protect them???? /s
If Mexico wants to end the violence it needs to arm its citizens.
The same might be said about America.
Where citizens are armed crime is lower.
Honest law enforcement sometimes fought against corrupt law enforcement for control of the territory. I remember the story of Nate Champion at my grandfather's knee. His father had actually participated on the side of honest law enforcement and ran with the vigilantes before that.
That experience is why I believe that Wyoming still has one of the best run states in the union. When I was a little boy, there were still a lot of people alive who were only one generation removed from that experience and it was as fresh in their minds then as World War II is to people today.
This is something U.S. ranchers along the border should consider!
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