Kyle Mori

Los Angeles Drug Enforcement Administration

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Special agent for the Drug Enforcement Administration in Los Angeles.

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A man known as El Mencho has taken over as Mexico’s lead drug kingpin. He’s ruthlessly violent, even by Mexican standards. He has thousands of soldiers and even a submarine fleet.

El Mencho: Bigger threat to U.S. than El Chapo

A man known as El Mencho has taken over as Mexico’s lead drug kingpin. He’s ruthlessly violent, even by Mexican standards. He has thousands of soldiers and even a submarine fleet.

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