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Friday, 14 May 2010

Mexican Mafia killings detailed

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Mexican Mafia killings detailed: "Three former Texas Mexican Mafia hit men engaged in a matter-of-fact, businesslike tone Thursday as they methodically described for federal jurors their participation in five San Antonio slayings.
Onetime mafia sergeant Ricardo Saenz said he agreed to testify against three high-ranking members who once were his bosses because he's seen too many people die.
He also has nothing to lose, he added, explaining the organization already has called for his killing.
“They put the green light (for a hit) on me before I even cooperated,” he said from the witness stand in federal court. “They decided I know too much. I'm always going to have that light on me, until they kill me or I disappear.”
The trial, which began Monday and could last up to a month, focuses on racketeering charges against accused Mexican Mafia general Jacinto “Cache” Navajar and lieutenants Mike Garcia and Jose “Bam Bam” Martinez."

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