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Old July 13, 2011, 12:48 AM   #608
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Originally Posted by csmsss View Post
An interesting question. However, while this certainly appears to be violations of both U.S. and Mexican laws, it's far from clear to me that international law was broken.
Supplying weapons to rebel/criminal factions inside of a foreign, sovereign nation is an act of war. That clearly violates international law.
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