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Thursday, 10 March 2011

charged 10 associates of El Paso's Barrio Azteca street gang


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charged 10 associates of El Paso's Barrio Azteca street gang in connection with the slayings last year of three people connected to the U.S. Consulate in Juárez.
The Department of Justice said 35 members and associates of the gang were named in an indictment on various counts of racketeering, murder, drug charges, money laundering and obstruction of justice.
Ten of the gang members - all from Mexico - were indicted in the deaths last March of Lesley Enriquez Redelfs, 35, who worked for the U.S. Consulate in Juárez, and her husband, Arthur Redelfs, 34, a detention officer for the Sheriff's Office in El Paso, and Jorge Alberto Ceniceros Salcido, 37, whose wife, Hilda Antillon Jimenez, also worked for the U.S. Consulate.
The victims were shot and killed after they left a children's party in Juárez.
"The indictment unsealed today represents our continued action to ensure safety along our Southwest border, to seek justice for victims of violent crime in this region, and to weaken dangerous criminal organizations currently operating in Mexico and the United States," said Attorney General Eric Holder. "These arrests and criminal charges will disrupt Barrio Azteca's current operations, and they reaffirm that we will not tolerate acts of violence against those who serve and protect American citizens. We will continue to stand with our partners in Mexico, and together, build on our unprecedented joint efforts to combat violence and protect


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