Another domino in Mexico’s collapsing drug prosecutions

Military Checkpoint in Juarez

Military Checkpoint in Juarez

Los Angeles Times, 4/20/13

Gen. Tomas Angeles Dauahare, who once held the plum post of military attache to the Mexican Embassy in Washington, was rumored to be the next defense minister of Mexico. Until that day in May last year when he and three other top military men were arrested on suspicion of working on behalf of a notorious drug cartel.

It was the largest indictment of army officers on charges of drug-trafficking in recent memory, hailed in many quarters as proof of then-President Felipe Calderon’s determination to root out corruption at every level. But one night last week, Angeles stepped from the Altiplano maximum-security prison, all charges dropped.

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One Response to Another domino in Mexico’s collapsing drug prosecutions

  1. Ingrid says:

    Great article. I will be dealing with a few of these issues as well.
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