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Vigilante groups spring up in Mexico in fight against cartels | Fox News
Now he has joined hundreds of other men in the southern Mexico state of Guerrero who have taken up arms to defend their villages against drug gangs, a vigilante movement born of frustration at extortion, killings and kidnappings that local police are unable, or unwilling, to stop.
Vigilantes patrol a dozen or more towns in rural Mexico, the unauthorized but often tolerated edge of a growing movement toward armed citizen self-defense squads across the country.
"The situation Mexico is experiencing, the crime, is what has given the communities the legitimacy to say, 'We will assume the tasks that the government has not been able to fulfill,'"You don't want to be in their position when the left runs out of other people's money.In less than a month, they have done something that the army and state and federal police haven't been able to do in years
Interesting how the press calls them vigilantes, when in reality they are freedom fighters.
Freedom doesn't come free. It is bought and paid for by the lives and blood of our men and women in uniform.
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