A killing spree in the Mexican border city of Reynosa that left scores of civilians dead remains unexplained, but "the current political realignment (after Mexico's midterm elections) could be creating instability,” said nonresident scholar Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera. "The well-known participation of security authorities in criminal acts in Tamaulipas indicates that organized crime has always counted on a degree of protection." Read more at Mexico News Daily.
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