Jun 28, 2012

Mexico Seeks US Intel on Airport Chief's Links to Drug Trade

Fox News Latino: The Mexican government has asked the United States for information about the alleged links between the director of the Mexico City airport and drug traffickers, Attorney General Marisela Morales said.

Héctor Velázquez Corona, director of Mexico City's Benito Juárez International Airport, "has links to employees of different drug cartels and facilitates their operations," El Universal newspaper reported Tuesday, citing U.S. Justice Department documents.

The Mexican government has requested the documents from the United States, but "as of this time" it has not received "anything with regard" to the airport director, Morales said. Read more.

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