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  • Salvador Alfonso Martinez, also known as "La Ardilla," or "Squirrel" in English, holds up his right finger while presented to the press under the custody of Navy marines at the Organized Crime Special Investigations Unit headquarters in Mexico City on Oct. 8, 2012. According to federal authorities, Martinez is one of the most wanted criminals in Mexico, and is allegedly a top regional leader of the Zetas drug cartel. (Associated Press)

    Mexican officials arrest head of drug cartel in U.S. citizen's death

    Mexican military officials have arrested a regional leader of the brutal drug cartel Los Zetas in the 2010 killing of a U.S. citizen who was fatally shot after being ambushed by six Mexican pirates in two boats on Falcon Lake near Zapata, Texas.

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Salvador Alfonso Martinez Escobar waves Monday as he is led away from reporters at the Organized Crime Special Investigations Unit headquarters in Mexico City. Martinez was one of the most wanted fugitives in Mexico.

    Mexican drug fugitive arrested in U.S. killing

    Mexican military officials have arrested a regional leader of the brutal Los Zetas drug cartel in the 2010 killing of a U.S. citizen who was fatally shot in an ambush by six Mexican pirates in two boats on Falcon Lake near Zapata, Texas.

  • In this photo from Oct. 6, 2010, Tiffany Hartley (left) and family members lay a wreath near the site where her husband, David Hartley, was shot last month on Falcon Lake in Zapata, Texas. U.S. and Mexican authorities said Tuesday a Mexican state police commander investigating the Hartley's reported shooting and disappearance has been killed. (Associated Press)

    Mexican official leading probe of Texan's death reported killed

    Law enforcement authorities in the United States and Mexico on Tuesday confirmed the slaying of the high-ranking Mexican state police commander who was overseeing an investigation into the fatal shooting by suspected pirates of an American tourist on a Texas border lake.

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