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Leaked Memo: Killing Key Cartel Members Isn't Keeping Drugs out of the U.S.

Arresting or killing "key" cartel players "does not significantly impact drug trafficking flow" into the U.S., reads a leaked memo from Customs and Border Protection. What does affect the flow of drugs into the U.S.? Crop cycles and religious holidays.  Since 2006, the U.S. and Mexico have been operating under the assumption that capturing or killing the heads of the cartels would cripple their organizations.
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