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Topic - Alejandro Poire
Mexican authorities said Wednesday they had broken up an international plot to smuggle a son of the late Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi and his family into Mexico under false names and with false Mexican documents.
Mexican President Felipe Calderon said Tuesday that federal police have caught one of the country's most-wanted drug lords.
A top Mexican official is calling for his countrymen to take a stand against ballads about drug traffickers known as "narco corridos."
But Alejandro Poire, his security spokesman at the time, issued a statement late Sunday saying they had based the announcement on security information that clearly proved inaccurate.
Mexico Interior Secretary Alejandro Poire said in February that they planned to launch a pilot program April 1 to fly migrants arrested while living in the United States deep into Mexico.