I’m going to do something different, and post the last paragraph of the article first.
The U.S. government has issued a warning to tourists traveling to the border, at the request of U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Tony Garza. Garza has come under fire from Mexican officials who say the warning is unnecessary.
However, this is what the actual story was about:
MONTERREY, Mexico â€” For weeks, no one came forward to apply for the Nuevo Laredo police chief job because many saw it as a death sentence.
But Alejandro Dominguez proudly took office Wednesday, saying he was not afraid of anything. Nine hours later, he was ambushed and killed by gunmen who fired three dozen times. Officials were conducting an autopsy today.
Kinda makes one think the warning might have some merit to it, no?