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Mexico / Drug War / American Assassins #926335

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 25, 2009
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(El Paso: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced. {Note: story originally aired on March 12, 2009}

(Laredo, Texas and Nuevo Laredo, Mexico: Ed Lavandera) The role of American teen assassins in the drug-related violence that is spilling over to the US from Mexico featured; details given about the murder of Moises Garcia and others by Americans working as drug cartel hitmen; scenes shown from interrogation tapes of the killers who bragged about the murders they committed. [Son killed, Lori GARCIA†- describes what happened.] [Laredo police department Robert GARCIA†, assistant Webb County D.A. Uriel DRUKER†- talk about the teen hitmen.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Lavandera, Ed

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