Feb 10, 2012

Drug War: DEA says Mexican Governor Got Millions in Drug Cash

The informer probably is Miguel Ángel Soto Para, founder of the Los Zetas cartel, who was reported last week by La Jornada to be one of more than 50 protected witnesses U.S. and Mexican authorities have shared and to have provided information about three Tamaulipas governors taking drug cartel payments.

ABC News: "Confidential informants told Drug Enforcement Administration investigators that leaders of the Zetas and Gulf cartels made payments to Institutional Revolutionary Party members including Tomas Yarrington, who served as governor of Tamaulipas state in 1999-2004, according to the complaint filed in U.S. District Court in San Antonio, Texas." read more

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