Exclusive-Amid U.S. pressure on fentanyl, Mexico raises drug lab raids data

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By Drazen Jorgic, Jackie Botts and Stephen Eisenhammer MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico’s army has dramatically revised upward the number of drug lab raids it says it conducted under President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, according to government data and leaked military documents reviewed by Reuters. The documents, found among a trove of millions of emails leaked last year by the Guacamaya hacker group, show the upward revision being due to the army retroactively including hundreds of inactive labs on its seizures list under Lopez Obrador’s presidency. Figures for the years of previous administr…

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