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Wednesday, 12 May 2010

One of three defendants accused of being Texas Mexican Mafia portrayed as a sinner, but not guilty

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One of three defendants accused of being Texas Mexican Mafia portrayed as a sinner, but not guilty: "Jacinto “Cache” Navajar, Jose Martinez, and Mike Garcia, are charged by the federal government of being high level leaders of the Texas Mexican Mafia gang.

State and local law enforcement officials, working with the FBI, indicate the three were part of a leadership board that directed and ordered the murders of possibly dozens of people in south central Texas.

In 2008, many of the 34 defendants took plea bargains to avoid prison life sentences"

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