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    Support your Local Sheriff: Boycott Mexico

    The Riverside Sheriffs' Association recently announced it would join Los Angeles County deputies and the California Coalition of Law Enforcement Associations in urging a boycott of Mexican products, services and vacations.

    The idea is to pressure the country into extraditing fugitives wanted for murder in the United States. Los Angeles County deputies began the boycott after March was killed.

    http://www.nbc4.tv/news/4037218/detail.html


    Riverside Sheriff's group urges boycott of Mexican products

    RIVERSIDE, Calif. The Riverside, County, California, Sheriffs' Association has joined law enforcement agencies in urging a boycott of Mexican products, services and vacations.

    The boycott is an effort to pressure Mexico into extraditing fugitives wanted for murder in the United States.

    The association president says residents in Mexico don't want the suspected killers in their neighborhoods.

    The boycott movement began after the April 2002 killing of a Los Angeles County sheriff's Deputy [David March] while he was on patrol in the town of Irwindale.

    The suspect fled to Mexico.

    Mexico refuses to extradite suspects facing the death penalty or life in prison without parole.


    http://www.boycottmexico.com/

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    Support your Local Sheriff: Boycott Mexico

    The Riverside Sheriffs' Association recently announced it would join Los Angeles County deputies and the California Coalition of Law Enforcement Associations in urging a boycott of Mexican products, services and vacations.

    The idea is to pressure the country into extraditing fugitives wanted for murder in the United States. Los Angeles County deputies began the boycott after March was killed.

    http://www.nbc4.tv/news/4037218/detail.html


    Riverside Sheriff's group urges boycott of Mexican products

    RIVERSIDE, Calif. The Riverside, County, California, Sheriffs' Association has joined law enforcement agencies in urging a boycott of Mexican products, services and vacations.

    The boycott is an effort to pressure Mexico into extraditing fugitives wanted for murder in the United States.

    The association president says residents in Mexico don't want the suspected killers in their neighborhoods.

    The boycott movement began after the April 2002 killing of a Los Angeles County sheriff's Deputy [David March] while he was on patrol in the town of Irwindale.

    The suspect fled to Mexico.

    Mexico refuses to extradite suspects facing the death penalty or life in prison without parole.


    http://www.boycottmexico.com/

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