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Cartel Hitman Lived in Small-Town Ohio

You never know who your neighbor might be. In January, authorities arrested an alleged assassin employed by the most powerful drug cartel in Mexico who had been living in the small town of Sandusky, Ohio, for 10 years, reports CNN. Edgar Campos-Barraza, also known as "El Cholo," is accused of...
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