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  • **FILE** Lanny Breuer (center), Assistant Attorney General of the Justice Department's Criminal Division, addresses a news conference in New York's Brooklyn borough on Dec. 11, 2012, to announce that British bank HSBC agreed to pay $1.9 billion to settle a New York based-probe in connection with the laundering of money from narcotics traffickers in Mexico. (Associated Press)

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  • ** FILE ** Assistant Attorney General Lanny Breuer during a news conference at the Justice Department in Washington, Monday, Oct. 4, 2010. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

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  • ** FILE ** John Edwards speaks May 31, 2012, outside a federal courthouse as his daughter Cate Edwards (left) and parents Wallace Edwards (second from right) and Bobbie Edwards look on after the jury's verdict in his trial on charges of campaign corruption in Greensboro, N.C. (Associated Press)

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  • Illustration: Rangel by Alexander Hunter for The Washington Times

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  • **FILE** Former Sen. John Edwards (center) leaves the Federal Building in Winston-Salem, N.C., on June 3, 2011, with his daughter Cate Edwards (left). (Associated Press)

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A submarine, seized on July 2 in a shallow river inlet close to the Ecuador-Colombia border, was thought to be intended for smugglers to transport tons of cocaine.

    Colombian drug bosses convicted in cocaine conspiracy

    Two drug smuggling bosses aligned with the United Self-Defense Forces of Colombia, or AUC, have been found guilty in U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., of conspiring to import tons of cocaine into the United States, Assistant Attorney General Lanny A. Breuer said Friday. The AUC is a Colombian paramilitary group designated by the State Department as a foreign terrorist organization.

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  • "Through close and sustained cooperation with our partners in Mexico, we are bringing alleged cartel leaders to justice — on both sides of the border," said Assistant Attorney General Lanny A. Breuer, who heads the Justice Department's Criminal Division.

    'Significant' Mexican drug lord in U.S. court →

  • "In 2009, Mexico extradited the most defendants ever to the United States in one year, representing our shared commitment and responsibility for disrupting and dismantling these violent and corrosive drug-trafficking organizations," he said.

    'Significant' Mexican drug lord in U.S. court →

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