Corruption in Mexico's Attorney General's Office
Shannon K. O'Neil
October 29, 2008
Mexico’s attorney general said yesterday that employees of his elite force to combat organized crime, SIEDO, passed confidential information to the Beltran-Leyva cartel in what has been described as the “worst case of infiltration of law enforcement by drug cartels in 10 years.” This is what I had to say about this for PBS’s new show WorldFocus last night.
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