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    Mexico Says U.S. Man Smuggled Grenade Parts for Sinaloa Cartel

    How long are we going to ignore the war in Mexico that has killed more people then were killed in Libya when we started bombing. We have kidnappings regularly taking place on this side of the Border by the Cartels and the murders of civilians according to the L.A. Times estimates topped 40,000.
    All I want to see is some consistency.

    Mexico Says U.S. Man Smuggled Grenade Parts For Sinaloa Cartel | FoxNews.comMEXICO CITY Police have arrested a U.S. man for smuggling American grenade parts into Mexico for use by the Sinaloa cartel, and a U.S. official said the case has now been included in investigations into flawed law enforcement operations aimed at gun-trafficking networks on the Mexican border.
    The arrest of a man who Mexican police identified as Jean Baptiste Kingery has provided details on a network that allegedly supplied hundreds of hand grenades to Mexico's powerful Sinaloa cartel. Such grenades have been blamed in the injuries or deaths of dozens of civilians in Mexico, where grenades have been tossed into public squares, streets, bars and nightclubs.

    Schmaler did not say specifically why the greande-smuggling case was being investigated, but the Wall Street Journal reported that Kingery had been detained in Arizona in June 2010 and then released, purportedly because officials wanted to use him as an informant or in a sting operation.

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    Re: Mexico Says U.S. Man Smuggled Grenade Parts for Sinaloa Cartel

    Gotta keep that Latino vote, dude.
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    Interpreting the constitution is the sole job of the SCOTUS. That is what they are there for.
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    Ok...where does Article 3 of The Constitution say interpret?

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