Jul 2, 2011

Graffiti in Mexico threatens DEA agents

DEA agents, Chihuahua governor threatened via graffiti in Juárez and Chihuahua City

By Diana Washington Valdez/El Paso Times

Narco graffiti - commonly used to spread messages by drug traffickers -- found Friday in Chihuahua City threatens the lives of U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agents working in Mexico.
The graffiti has been removed, but who wrote it is not known, Mexican authorities said.
The graffiti said that "they" knew who the DEA agents are and where they are located. It said in Spanish "les vamos a mochar la cabeza," or "we're going to chop off your heads."
The day before, five "narco mantas" (banners) left throughout Juárez threatened Chihuahua Gov. Cesar Duarte.
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