Watch Out Los Zetas Jax Desmond Worldwide Offers Support To Mexico In Battling Deadly Drug Cartel
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Watch Out Los Zetas Jax Desmond Worldwide Offers Support To Mexico In Battling Deadly Drug Cartel NEW YORK, Oct. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- The company that offered witness protection in the Anna Nicole Smith cases is now stretching out a hand and offering help to the Mexican government. The U.S. government says Los Zetas is "the most technologically advanced, sophisticated and dangerous cartel operating in Mexico" and Jax Desmond, Chairman and CEO of Jax Desmond Worldwide says that's just "not acceptable." (Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20091012/NY91178 ) "It's evident that Mexico is over their head and if the authorities want our help, I'm happy to send out our top teams of police and military experts," says Desmond. With a large number of its operatives being former Israeli and US Special Forces, Jax Desmond Worldwide believes that the strong arm of Mexico's drug cartel will be no match for their elite team of private military contractors. Jax Desmond Worldwide, a private military and protective security firm with offices in New York and London made headline news earlier this year when they stepped up to offer at cost protection to any witnesses that came forward in the Anna Nicole Smith cases. "That was then, this is now". . . says Sascha Forst, spokesperson with Jax Desmond Worldwide. "Mexico can't deal with this struggle alone and if we don't step up to help them, who will?" The company believes they have the resources to assist the country with their very real and worrisome problem. The question now is, will Mexico accept their offer? SOURCE Jax Desmond Worldwide Sascha Forst, Communications Officer, +1-815-346-3537, email@example.com
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