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IPFS News Link • Mexico

Mexican citizens defy the law to defend themselves

• KHOU Houston
 “People are desperate,” said Rogelio “Chief” Bravo, a private investigator in El Paso who has worked for clients just across the border in Ciudad Juarez too.  “They’re telling the government, if you can’t protect us, let us protect ourselves.”

Many ordinary residents in Mexico believe guns are banned.

“The Mexican constitution allows people to possess firearms,” explained John Hubert, a certified-concealed hand gun instructor in El Paso. “But over the years the government has passed so many requirements and laws and restrictions that it’s basically almost impossible.”

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most guns stolen in the U.S end up in mexico and they wish to protect themselves from the govt