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“They reported that heavily armed Mexican army units and federal police, called federales, had infiltrated US territory and fired upon them, in some cases.”
“The pirates claim to be "federales," or police, but instead are brigands -- with the letter "Z" tattooed on their necks and arms -- from the notorious drug cartel Los Zetas.”
“In the 100 pages she's written so far (and which she shared with NEWSWEEK), she portrays herself as a helpless victim of hypocritical "federales," "Bible thumpers" and heartless prosecutors out to conduct a "witch burning.”
“When we took the bus back to Santa Ana we got stopped at a checkpoint and the 'federales' wanted to search all of our stuff.”
“All the federales say they could have had him anyday ... they only let him slip away”
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“We have never been stopped over a missing plate on Highway 15, travelling the coastal road from Arizona but found it different when going up to Texas - the federales and army on those roads seem not as used to US cars with only a rear plate. donemry”
“Treasure of Sierra Madre ends with Bogie murdered by those fake "federales" who never did show him their "stinking badges.”
“First offence for illegals is two years prison, second offence ten years in prison and on their southern border you have a 90% chance of being shot by the federales ... good luck.”
“I've lived here a while, but continually get stopped by federales, at military checkpoints, and by transitos.”
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