Mexico to file lawsuit against U.S. gun industry

Jim Kouri
Law Enforcement Examiner

In what’s being characterized as Mexico’s latest attempt to squeeze the United States for more cash, the officials of that corrupt and impoverished country announced yesterday they’ve hired a United States law firm in order to sue the U.S. gun industry.

President Felipe Calderon and other Mexican government officials are accusing American manufacturers and retailers of providing the guns that are illegally exported to Mexico by the drug cartels.

With the Mexican officials admitting that 35,000 people have been killed in Mexico since Calderon became President of Mexico in 2006 at which time he declared all-out war on the drug cartels and their associates, observers believe these officials are seeking to put the blame for the death and violence on their northern neighbor.

Also, the U.S. Department of State re-issued a travel advisory to Americans about the violence and danger that exists in Mexico, including its resort areas such as Acapulco and Cancun…

…The latest U.S. State Department travel advisory warns about risks of attack in nearly every part of Mexico…

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