Rest in Peace to the police officers.(07-22) 18:51 PDT MONTERREY, Mexico (AP) --
Two Mexican police officers assigned to work with U.S. diplomats in northern Mexico have been killed in a drive-by shooting, officials said Friday.
Mexican authorities say the men were shot while off duty in Guadalupe, a suburb of Monterrey. They were riding a motorcycle when gunmen in a vehicle opened fire.
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My dad was in the army back around the same time this film was made, or maybe a few years before, not sure. I remember seeing a picture of him from back in those days and his uniform was pretty much like the one I just described. He was also holding one of those M1 rifles.
Very interesting film, thanks for bringing it to my attention Xomimilt . Useful for those of us who want to take a look at older clips of the Mexican army.
wats up guys! reporting from Durango....word is The Town where im at is teknically run by Los Zetas, El Chapos guys are waiting to move in later on. Army troops are patrolling have a good presence within the town...The Police use G36 rifles as well as AR-15`s but so far nothing has happened at all thank goodness....
http://news.blogs.cnn.com/2011/07/26...xico/?iref=NS1A 14-year-old born in the United States has been found guilty in a Mexican court of torturing and beheading at least four people and kidnapping three others.
The teenage hit man was sentenced to three years in a correctional facility, the maximum allowed under Mexican law. He also has to pay a 4.5 million Mexican peso fine ($387,500 U.S.).
The defendant, known as "El Ponchis" ("The Cloak") is a 14-year-old boy from San Diego. Because he is a minor, his trial in Cuernavaca, Mexico, was closed to the public.
He should've gotten life instead.