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Soldiers escort Julian Zapata Espinosa (fourth right), also known as "El Piolin," identified as a member of the Los Zetas drug cartel and the main suspect in the killing of U.S. Immigration and Customs Agent Jaime Zapata. Jesus Ivan Quesada Pena (left), Mario Dominguez Realeo, Domingo Diaz Rosas (third left) and Honduras' citizen Ruben Dario Venegas are also escorted during a presentation for the media in Mexico City on Wednesday. Agent Zapata and fellow agent Victor Avila were attacked Feb. 15 when traveling along a highway in Mexico's San Luis Potosi state. Agent Avila survived the attack. (Associated Press)
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Soldiers escort Julian Zapata Espinosa (fourth right), also known as "El Piolin," identified as a member of the Los Zetas drug cartel and the main suspect in the killing of U.S. Immigration and Customs Agent Jaime Zapata. Jesus Ivan Quesada Pena (left), Mario Dominguez Realeo, Domingo Diaz Rosas (third left) and Honduras' citizen Ruben Dario Venegas are also escorted during a presentation for the media in Mexico City on Wednesday. Agent Zapata and fellow agent Victor Avila were attacked Feb. 15 when traveling along a highway in Mexico's San Luis Potosi state. Agent Avila survived the attack. (Associated Press)

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