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Monday, October 3, 2011

Baby Algebra Toys: Ask the President to pull out of the War on Drugs











































































WHEN IT COMES TO-- LIFE IN PRISON-- FOR JUVENILES, WHAT IF THERE WERE NEVER A TERM CALLED "GANG".  WHAT IF A JUDGE MUST SPEND AT LEAST ONE WEEK IN GENERAL POPULATION IN COUNTY JAIL.

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 Ask the president to pull out of the war on drugs apologizing to its biggest victims.

"I killed, cut off heads" says repentant Mexico hitman


The kills started with a telephone call and often ended with a beheading, but they were all just jobs for the drug hitman, one of maybe hundreds that have scarred Ciudad Juarez's streets. He now says the tortured faces of the dead haunt him.

Recounting his years as a hired killer, he says most of his jobs began with a voice down the phone telling him where to meet. At the safe house he would find the weapons and the hit squad. They would pass around a photo of their target -- a police chief who owed money, a politician who got in the way -- and wait for the signal, sometimes for days.

The target can be at home, at the office, outside a mall, or on patrol, but the killers rarely struggle to find their prey. Bodyguards are regularly bought off.

Several shots to the back of the head or a tight ring of bullets through the car door and into the body is enough.

The killers are told to cut off the victim's head if he talked too much. They will saw off his arms and fingers if he stole drugs and cash. And they'll chop up his body if they've been told to.

"There are things people do that they shouldn't, and that is the punishment," the hitman and former Mexican police officer told Reuters from a secure location in Ciudad Juarez, across the border from El Paso, Texas.


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http://www.reuters.com/article/2010/06/18/us-mexico-drugs-hitman-idUSTRE65H3YG20100618

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