Anonymous in Mexico 1 Favorite 



Feb 27 2013



The notorious, wanted, and merciless leader of the Sinaloa drug cartel in Mexico,"Jouquin "El Chapo" Guzman, was captured by Mexican Marines last month. This marked a small victory for Mexico's fight to rid the country of its corrupted drug trade. How did this happen? Through intelligence of course, but let us remember Anonymous in Mexico.
Anonymous has run Facebook pages to track down the carjackings, kidnappings and murders by Mexican drug cartels throughout the past few years. Their mission? To expose the cartels crimes to the public that would otherwise remain unsolved.
There name, "Valor por Tamaulipas," translated to English,"Courage for Tamaulipas," stands as an activist symbol for the general Mexican population. These Anonymous members have risked their lives in the process.
Last year, cartels posted bounties of up to $47,000, to pay anyone who could give information on whereabouts of Anonymous members. This intimidation tactic - perhaps unknowingly by the cartels - raised more international attention upon them.
Citizenry in Mexico should be courageous like - "Valor por Tamaulipas" - as well. Their photos or videos of cartel activity can become crucial tips for Anti-Drug Operations to implement into their efforts against the Sinaloa cartel, and others that have plagued Mexico. The internet is anonymous, just think about using a proxy server.

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