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(Yahoo)   2010 murder of American citizen on Falcon Lake now linked to Mexican cartel leader "Commander Squirrel", at least according to FBI agents Boris and Natasha Badanoff   ( divider line
    More: Followup, FBI agents, Commander Squirrel, American citizens, Mexican, Americans, Nuevo Leon, AKA the Squirrel, u.s. homeland security  
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2012-10-09 11:21:55 AM  
5 votes:
Natasha was not married to Boris. Her last name is Fatale. Where is fact checker when you need them.
2012-10-09 11:34:31 AM  
2 votes:
I'm not a jingoist and I generally dislike chest-thumping and gunboat diplomacy, but I feel about this story the same way i feel about the death of the American Ambassador and the deaths of two CIA agents who were shot by Federales acting as hitman for another cartel: If you knowing kill or target an American citizen, you can consider yourself to have signed your own death warrant. In the interests of diplomacy, we shouldgive local authorities a decent chance to bring you in their way.

But if they can't or won't, you should never take an untroubled breath again in your hopefully short life. Every time you hear a plane engine you should be afraid that it's a drone coming for you, every motorcycle that passes you might be an assassain hired to end your life, every creak of a floorboard in the middle of the night could be the footfall of a covert-ops wetwork team coming to finish you
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