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27.11.2013

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Mexico deports teen drug cartel hitman back to US MP3

Mexican authorities have deported a 17-year-old drug cartel hitman back to the US. The American citizen had served three years in jail for murder, kidnapping and trafficking cocaine. Mexican officials say they can't guarantee he's been rehabilitated, while juvenile justice workers on the US side say they fear for his safety. Source: abc.net.au

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