The Eagle Tampa rests at berth in a terminal operated by Mexico's state oil company. A McClatchy reporter was able to approach the vessel in an area that was supposed to be guarded because of a supposed threat by al Qaida.
The Eagle Tampa rests at berth in a terminal operated by Mexico's state oil company. A McClatchy reporter was able to approach the vessel in an area that was supposed to be guarded because of a supposed threat by al Qaida. Kevin G. Hall / MCT
The Eagle Tampa rests at berth in a terminal operated by Mexico's state oil company. A McClatchy reporter was able to approach the vessel in an area that was supposed to be guarded because of a supposed threat by al Qaida. Kevin G. Hall / MCT

Security at Mexican oil facilities remain vulnerable to attack

April 04, 2007 3:00 AM

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