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U.s. Government Helped Mexican Drug Cartel For Years

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Don't surprise me a bit without all those illicit drugs on the streets of America the cops and prisons would have nobody to lock up and people would lose their job its called behind the scenes job security.


Yeah. It is really weird. I imagine that a lot of people make a good living off marijuana prohibition. Well, they are just going to have to do what they have told all of us stoners to do for years:


                                                                          GET A JOB!

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this is business as usual, for a century or more ...





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The U.S. government allowed the Mexican Sinaloa drug cartel to carry out its business unimpeded between 2000 and 2012 in exchange for information on rival cartels, an investigation by El Universal claims.


Sounds familiar, "Give us three names and we'll let you go."

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