Juarez police lauch rebellion against corruption
There is a perception that the commanders are linked to drug cartels, which puts the officers' lives in danger
El Paso Times
CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico — A bunch of angry, fed-up federal police in Juárez launched a mini-rebellion against some of their commanders Saturday, accusing them of corruption.
That prompted officials in the Mexico Attorney General's Office to send internal affairs personnel and other investigators to Juárez to investigate the incident and the allegations of corruption.
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