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Mexican Drug Lords Are Keeping Their Promise To Kill Web Critics

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Just in case you were wondering, Mexican drug lords are following through on <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/webculture/2011/09/mexican-drug-lords-now-murdering-internet-busy-bodies-who-use-social-media/">their promise to kill people who say things on the internet about them</a> that they don't like.

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Anonymous Set To Go Forward With Plan To Reveal Members Of Deadly Mexican Drug Cartel

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After it appeared that the notorious hacker group Anonymous would <a href="http://idealab.talkingpointsmemo.com/2011/11/report-anonymous-cancels-operation-cartel.php">call off its threat</a> to <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/webculture/2011/10/anonymous-threatens-to-reveal-identities-of-deadly-mexican-drug-cartel-members/">post the names and addresses of Mexico's deadly Zeta drug cartel’s members</a> -- many of whom are corrupt cops, taxi drivers and seemingly ordinary citizens and businesses -- in response to Zeta's kidnapping of an Anonymous hacker, the group now says all systems are go for the threat to be carried out this weekend.

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Anonymous Threatens To Reveal Identities Of Deadly Mexican Drug Cartel Members

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Ooooohhhhh -- sh*t just got real, y'all: Anonymous says it's going to start revealing the identities of people affiliated with a violent Mexican drug cartel unless one of their own, who was recently captured by the cartel, gets turned over to them unharmed.

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Mexican Drug Lords Now Murdering ‘Internet Busy Bodies’ Who Use Social Media

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As evidenced by the fact that they're building their own homemade tanks like <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/webculture/2011/06/mexican-druglords-homemade-tank-looks-like-something-out-of-mad-max/">the one pictured here</a>, there probably isn't a more brazen, evil form of gangster on the planet right now than Mexican drug lords.

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Holy Crap This Mexican Druglord’s Homemade Tank Looks Like Something Out Of Mad Max

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I've known for <a href="http://www.nytimes.com/2009/03/30/world/americas/30mexico.html?pagewanted=all">some time</a> that Mexico's drug lord's are some of the more badass, ruthless organized crime figures in the history of organized crime -- essentially running some parts of the country, and arguably the country on the whole -- but I honestly had no idea that these guys were <a href="http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2011/06/06/115327/mexican-drug-gangs-building-own.html">this badass</a>.


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