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February 02, 2010

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steve billinghurst

My concern is that extradition to Mexico may be the suspect's best route to freedom, so I don't see why our government is arguing for it.

I consider Ye Gon the #1 manufactured drug contraband offender at a whopping 41 tons meth.

I believe that with drug abuse at a steady and high rate of occurrence, especially in the US, any presumption of a non-trafficking and legitimate pharmaceutical industry in Central and South America is ridiculous. This Asian-born Mexican player is a uniquely sophisticated hybrid drug lord capable of doing immense damage if ever let out of US custody.

Don't do it, Facciola.

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