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  • "Federal prosecutors said the 22-year-old American citizen from Laredo was a hired assassin or" sicario "for the Zetas and the Gulf Cartel."

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  • Federal authorities said Cardona-Ramirez climbed through the ranks of the Zetas and eventually became the leader of one of the "sicario" cells.

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  • Federal prosecutors said the 22-year-old American citizen from Laredo was a hired assassin or "sicario" for the Zetas and the Gulf Cartel.

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  • A 42-count federal indictment in his case alleged that several hit squads or "sicario" cells operated on both sides of the U. S / Mexico border.

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  • The grip never loosens, nor is that face ever revealed, in "El Sicario, Room 164," a documentary based on Mr. Bowden's encounter with a Juarez, Mexico hitman—or sicario .

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  • "Narco-realists" such as Fernando Vallejo, whose Our Lady of the Assassins depicted a teenage sicario? an assassin for a cartel? have tackled the trade head-on.

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  • Ad un sicario senza futuro Shon Lange viene dato un altro giorno per prendersi cura del suo obiettivo.

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  • In una giornata di sole, uno sfigatello incrocia la strada di un sicario che gli appioppa una sacca con un cadavere.

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  • 'Christian youth,' but he stumbles upon the term 'new ideas,' and, falling precipitately into a fury, neither evangelical nor angelical, calls Napoleon a sicario (cut-throat), and Vittorio Emanuele an assassino.

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  • Bowden interviews a hitman, a professional murderer and kidnapper-a sicario-who never knew which cartel he worked for but knows they want him dead.

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  • a hired killer

    March 4, 2009