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The Mexican Army, working on an anonymous tip, seized 7.4 tons of marijuana in Tijuana on Monday, November 5th. A home was raided where 1,303 individual packages ready for shipment were found.

The home was located in the colonia Arboledas de La Mesa, in southeast Tijuana. Some of the packages bore stickers of tomatoes and stallions, which are typically used to identify recipients.

The seizure was put on display for local media on Tuesday, November 6th.

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LM Nov. 7, 2012 @ 7:39 a.m.

Hahahahahah. Tomatoes and Stallions. It's hard to take that seriously with an armed guard in the picture. Frankly, the bigger threat to the US is the Islamic agenda of forcing sharia.

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dwbat Nov. 7, 2012 @ 7:46 a.m.

Wouldn't scallions go better with tomatoes? ;-)

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