Carjacking by cartel gunmen is routine in northern Mexico, where gangsters mobilize hit men in fleets of stolen SUVs and pick-ups. The assailants sometimes dress as police officers and move in official-looking vehicles
Carjacking by cartel gunmen is routine in northern Mexico, where gangsters mobilize hit men in fleets of stolen SUVs and pick-ups. The assailants sometimes dress as police officers and move in official-looking vehicles Mexican Defense Ministry/MCT
Carjacking by cartel gunmen is routine in northern Mexico, where gangsters mobilize hit men in fleets of stolen SUVs and pick-ups. The assailants sometimes dress as police officers and move in official-looking vehicles Mexican Defense Ministry/MCT

Was U.S. agent's killing in Mexico random or targeted?

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