Firearms From U.s. Used In Mexico Drug Violence

Firearms from U.S. used in Mexico drug violence

The TakeawayFirearms from U.S. used in Mexico drug violencemsnbc.comSoldiers at a military base in Mexico City use torches and hammers to destroy some of the 90000 weapons the Mexican government says it has seized in the last four years. Mexican cartels are taking advantage of US gun laws to buy thousands of weapons ...US guns fuel Mexico drug violenceFox News115 guns sold at Houston man's stores seized by Mexican police in last two yearsDallas Morning NewsMexican cartels wielding American weaponsWashington PostIndependent -WRAL.com -AOL Newsall 36 news articles »

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