THis is the sort of stuff we are up against with our sweet/kind/loving/caring/honest/considerate/grateful neighbor to our south:
Lets see how this plays out when the rats start to roll over on their connections...
CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico (AP) — It's practically a daily ritual: Accused drug traffickers and assassins, shackled and bruised from beatings, are paraded before the news media to show that Mexico is winning its drug war. Once the television lights dim, however, about three-quarters of them are let go.
Even as President Felipe Calderon's government touts its arrest record, cases built by prosecutors and police under huge pressure to make swift captures unravel from lack of evidence. Innocent people are tortured into confessing. The guilty are set free, only to be hauled in again for other crimes. Sometimes, the drug cartels decide who gets arrested.