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[Contains sensitive content] U.S. officials begin to strategize over their next steps with the new intelligence. And then, a rash decision is made -- the trackable cell phone numbers they obtained for two top cartel members get shared with Mexico. And suddenly, the operation begins to unravel and violence erupts.
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When will Americans take responsibility???

When will Americans have the integrity to take a hard look at themselves and their society and take responsibility for their wanton addiction to drugs??? The drug trade exists because there are megamillions to be made by exploiting the American's dependence on drugs - they're the ones who buy this accursed merchandise, therefore the ones who bankroll these nasty criminals. Period. But oh, don't you dare say that - it's all the fault of those dirty Mexicans, and in this little girl's report, the problem is the very nation herself, Mexico. The heroic, blameless DEA agents make the stupid mistake of sharing ultra-sensitive information, not with corrupt elements in the Mexican forces - no, they share information "with Mexico", and that's why things go wrong, and the massacre happens in the end. "Mexico is 100% corrupt", some criminal informs us. Nothing to do with the blameless Americans. The Americans only provide all the money (by buying the product) and all the weapons, which drug criminals buy freely in countless arms shops all across the border. Americans buy the drugs and profit from the sale of bazookas and armoured-vehicle piercing weapons to the drug cartels... but the problem is always those dirty, unreliable Mexicans who do not obediently comply with every new order and direction from their betters, the DEA investigators! Those dirty Mexicans deserve this massacre and many more - long live Donald Trump and the Chastity Wall he intends to build across the border!