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By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Topic - Jorge Alberto Salcido Ceniceros
One of the top bosses of a Mexican gang tied to more than 1,500 killings during a terror campaign along the U.S.-Mexico border — including the fatal ambush of a U.S. Consulate employee, her husband and the husband of another consulate worker — has been sentenced to life in prison without parole.
Thirty-five members and associates of the Barrio Azteca gang were indicted Wednesday on charges of racketeering, murder, drug offenses, money laundering and obstruction of justice, including 10 Mexican nationals accused in the March 13 killings in Mexico of U.S. Consulate employee Leslie Ann Enriquez Catton; her husband, Arthur Redelfs, and Jorge Alberto Salcido Ceniceros, husband of a U.S. Consulate employee.