3/1/2005 - Mexican Foreign Secretary to turn to U.S. court system to oppose volunteer vigilante squads...
- El Universal
>formation of vigilante patrol groups along the U.S-Mexico border, Foreign
>Derbez: We'll defy vigilantes
>The foreign secretary says that the government will turn to the U.S. court
>system to oppose the volunteer squads.
>BY NATALIA G�MEZ/EL UNIVERSAL
>March 01, 2005
>The government of Mexico will use all legal channels to fight the
Minister Luis Derbez said on Monday.
>In addition, Derbez said that the issue would be broached with U.S.
>Secretary of State Condolezza Rice during her March 10 official visit
>Project: a 500 strong volunteer group that plans to patrol a 40-mile stretch of
>Derbez was speaking specifically to the formation of the Minuteman
the Arizona border throughout April.
>Officials on both sides of the border fear the Minuteman patrols could
>cause more trouble than they prevent. At least some of
plan to arm themselves during the 24-hour desert patrols. Many are
untrained and have little or no experience in confronting illegal border crossings.
>firm to prepare a report on possible legal actions to challenge such vigilante
>The Mexican government has already hired a Los Angeles based legal
>groups, Derbez said Monday.
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