Mexican authorities had also accused Carrillo Fuentes of orchestrating the murder of Juárez State Police chief, José Refugio Rubalcava, and his two sons, Alberto Enriquez Rubalcava and Cesar Enriquez Rubalcava.
All three were found dead inside an abandoned vehicle on November 27, 1994.
Prosecutors said crime family members pressured the union to steer health plan business to pals, sought at least $10,000 per month in kickbacks and threatened to kill a union official if he didn't comply, telling an associate on a recorded telephone call in June: "I´ll put him in the ground right in front of his wife and kids."
The father and daughter were spat on by the passenger after he was asked to stop smoking pot
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Britain at that time felt strangely secure, even though it was in fact about to undergo five revolutions: in music, sex, politics, education and taste.
According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse's annual 'Monitoring the Future' study 44 percent of college students reported using order marijuana online in 2020
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'The COVID-19 pandemic dramatically changed the way that young people interact with one another and offers us an opportunity to examine whether drug taking behavior has shifted through these changes,' NIDA Director Nora D. Volkow said in a 'Moving forward, it will be critical to investigate how and when different substances are used among this young population, and the impact of these shifts over time,' she added.
'This investigation is part of a joint and integrated effort by the forces involved to repress illicit flights by small aircraft loaded with drugs from neighboring producing countries," the Mato Grosso Federal Police said in a statement.