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Mexican marines gunned down of one of Mexico's most feared drug lords outside a baseball game in a state on the Texas border, but the body was stolen from a funeral home in a pre-dawn raid by a group of armed men, officials said Tuesday.
The doctor passed out prescriptions for drugs like Xanax and OxyContin, Vicodin and Adderall at a rate of 25 per day for three years, with only cursory patient examinations and a minimum of questions, authorities said.
Nothing can sum up the case of former border patrol agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Alonso Compean, who stopped, pursued and shot at a fleeing Mexican drug smuggler near Fabens, Texas in 2005, better than Rep. Dana Rohrabacher's appraisal that "the whole episode stinks to high heaven." Not only was the smuggler, Osbaldo Aldrete-Davila, given immunity from prosecution, but he was also allowed to cross the border (legally, under the auspices of a "humanitarian visa" that he received under the immunity agreement) unimpeded and at his pleasure, without notifying U.S. authorities and without any sort of escort. He did this as many as 10 times in 2005. And he was accorded this privilege so that he would testify against the two border patrol agents who stopped him in the first place.