01/28/2013 11:31 am ET

Dog Fights, A New Line Of Business For Mexican Cartels

Prosecutors in Mexico suspect that two of the country´s most feared drug cartels are organizing cockfights, dog fights, underground horse races, and even fights between people, as they look for alternate sources of revenue.

This information was unveiled on Friday by Mexican newspaper Excelsior, which reported that the national Attorney General´s Office, has launched 227 preliminary investigations against members of the Los Zetas gang and the Tijuana Cartel, who are presumably involved in these schemes.

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