U.S. to train Mexican technicians in covert surveillance techniques

Jacob Goodwin

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The U.S. Department of State wants to train 20 technicians working for the Government of Mexico to implement “effective and sophisticated covert surveillance techniques” — including concealed audio and video intercepts — to mount an aggressive anti-narcotics crime-fighting program.

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