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4. Why did Central American governments and the Mexican government begin to  complain to the United States government about their domestic gang problems in  the 1990s? How was American federal law implicated in the rise of gang activity  in Central American and in Mexico after 1990? Domestic gang problems 1990s a . Complaint from Central American govt. i. Some Central American government officials have accused the  United States of inflicting the problem on them, comparing  Washington's deportation of gang members to the 1980 Mariel boat  lift, when Fidel Castro supposedly emptied his prisons and shipped  the inhabitants north to Miami.  b. complaint from Mexican govt. i. According to the Mexican National Migration Institute, MS-13  quickly established working relationships with a number of new  Mexican drug cartels, helping them wrest control of various U.S. 
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2010 for the course AS AM 2 taught by Professor Park during the Spring '08 term at UCSB.

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