Jul 6, 2012

Shooting Highlights Mexico City Airport as Hub for Drug Trade

InSight Crime: The investigation into a shootout between different groups of Federal Police in Mexico City's international airport last month has not resulted in the arrests of the suspected killers, but it offers further indication of the airport's importance for criminal groups.

The airport in Mexico's capital city earned a wave of new headlines on June 25, when two Federal Police officers are believed to have shot three of their colleagues to death. The two alleged shooters are Daniel Cruz Garcia and Zeferino Morales Franco, who disappeared following the incident and remain at large. A third agent who was reportedly acting as an accomplice, shift leader Bogard Lugo de León, also fled following the shooting. Read more.

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