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Mexican Police, Politicians Unite after Drug Shooting

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Mexican Police, Politicians Unite after Drug Shooting

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Mexican Police, Politicians Unite after Drug Shooting

Mexican Police, Politicians Unite after Drug Shooting

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After a shootout left 13 people dead over the weekend, Mexican officials in Tijuana — just across the border from San Diego — announced Tuesday that they're cracking down on drug cartels. It was a massive show of force among police, military and elected officials after the brutal killings — and after an embarrassing letter alleged law enforcement is rife with corruption.

Amy Isackson reports from member station KPBS.

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