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Mexico arrests 17 law enforcement officials for murders

[JURIST] Mexico has arrested 17 law enforcement officials including federal, state and local investigators, prosecutors and police officers, on charges of homicide, accessory to murder and protecting drug dealers. Some of those arrested are members of Mexico's Federal Agency of Investigation and the coordinator of the federal attorney general's headquarters. The charges stem from 9 murders in Cancun, including the deaths of 3 federal agents and are believed to be connected to the cocaine trade from Columbia to the United States. AP has more.

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