Mexico: Cartels build own national radio system

posted by
December 27, 2011
Northwest Indiana Times    
Posted in News

"When convoys of soldiers or federal police move through the scrubland of northern Mexico, the Zetas drug cartel knows they are coming. The alert goes out from a taxi driver or a street vendor, equipped with a high-end handheld radio and paid to work as a lookout known as a 'halcon,' or hawk. The radio signal travels deep into the arid countryside, hours by foot from the nearest road." (12/26/11)


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