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November 27, 2012 3:53 PM

Human rights claim likely to dog Mexico’s Felipe Calderon as he leaves presidency

President Felipe Calderon, who leaves office Saturday, is all but certain to find his post-presidency bedeviled by the need to defend his decision six years ago to deploy troops to fight drug cartels, a move that unleashed a frenzy of horrific violence that’s only now beginning to ease.

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