Mexican cartels 'hide in plain sight' in U.S.
By Ben Conery
The Washington Times
ATLANTA — Angel Haro-Perez certainly didn't look like a drug lord.
Police and federal agents arrested him in December 2007 in a rented house in a lower-middle-class neighborhood about a half-hour's drive from downtown Atlanta. The raised ranch is tucked off the interstate, where billboards advertise $69.99 motel rooms and secondary highways are dotted with strip malls and commercial shipping centers.
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