By Michael Webster, Syndicated Investigative Reporter

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“The drones, which cost more than $10 million each, are equipped with cameras that can identify an object the size of a milk carton, provide real-time images to ground-control operators and can fly for more than 30 hours without having to refuel, according to the U.S. Congressional Research Service.”
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According to top law enforcement agents who want to remain anonymous  the Predator drones used to help spy on suspected drug traffickers have located Mexican army bases near the U.S. Mexican border where it is believed that the Mexican Army is evolved in the illegal drug trade as Mexico’s largest and most dangerous drug cartel. Click or Google  Mexican Army corrupted and now largest Drug Cartel in Mexico  The Mexican Army is known to be corrupt and now is believed by many to be the biggest Mexican Drug Cartel of all. Most U.S. law-enforcement officials working alongside of  the Mexican Army and other Mexican law enforcement believe they are corrupt and very much involved in drug and human trafficking.
Those same sources acknowledge the involvement at the highest levels of the Mexican military and lower level officers and the troops on the ground are being paid off by the other cartels and are  directly now trafficking in the lucrative narcotics and migrant smuggling business on a national bases. More