US Charges Ex-Mexican Public Security Secretary for Accepting Cartel Bribes | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

US Charges Ex-Mexican Public Security Secretary for Accepting Cartel Bribes

The United States indicted Mexico’s former Secretary of Public Security Genaro Garcia Luna and two senior associates in a cocaine trafficking conspiracy, the Justice Department announced in a press release.

"A superseding indictment was returned... charging Genaro Garcia Luna, the former Secretary of Public Security in Mexico from 2006 to 2012, with engaging in a continuing criminal enterprise," the release said on Thursday.

"Luis Cardenas Palomino and Ramon Pequeno Garcia, former high-ranking Mexican law enforcement officials who worked under Garcia Luna, are each charged with three counts of cocaine trafficking conspiracy. In exchange for multimillion-dollar bribes, the defendants allegedly permitted the Sinaloa Cartel to operate with impunity in Mexico."

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