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300-Plus Arrests Made in Drug Cartel Raids

Attorney General Eric Holder calls it the largest single strike at a Mexican drug cartel operating in the U.S. -- the arrest of more than 300 people in a series of drug raids across the country.

Drug War Arrests

Oct. 22: Attorney General Eric Holder speaks during a news conference at the Justice Department in Washington to announce the largest single strike at a Mexican drug cartel operating in the U.S. 

Source: AP

 

Drug War Arrests

Oct. 22: Attorney General Eric Holder speaks during a news conference at the Justice Department in Washington to announce the largest single strike at a Mexican drug cartel operating in the U.S. 

Source: AP

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Drug War Arrests

Oct. 22: FBI Director Robert Mueller speaks during a news conference at the Justice Department in Washington to announce the largest single strike at a Mexican drug cartel operating in the U.S. 

Source: AP

Project Coronado

Oct. 22: Federal police escort handcuffed suspect Jose Roberto de la Sancha as he is presented to the press in Mexico City.

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Project Coronado

Oct. 22: Federal police stand by handcuffed suspects Jose Roberto de la Sancha and Juan Estrada Rodriguez as they are presented to the press in Mexico City.

Project Coronado

Oct. 22: Federal police present alleged members of the Mexican drug cartel "La Familia Michoacana," detained in a recent police operation, as they are presented to the press in Mexico City.

Project Coronado

Oct. 21: Police officers escort Colombian Juan Edison Salcedo Ibarra, an alleged member of Colombian drug cartel of Norte del Valle in Quito.

300-Plus Arrests Made in Drug Cartel Raids

Attorney General Eric Holder calls it the largest single strike at a Mexican drug cartel operating in the U.S. -- the arrest of more than 300 people in a series of drug raids across the country.

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