Monterrey : Mexico | Mar 06, 2013 at 11:00 PM PST
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Jenni Rivera dies in Plane Crash as plane plunged from 28000 feet, Mexican official says

Monterrey Mexico is a verry dangerous place for musicians,This time the mafia disliked JENNI RIVERA,a verry popular singer,for some reason the mafia told her not to appear on stage,in MONTERREY anymore

JENNI RIVERA should have read between the lines .She ignoredthe mafias warning later ,her plane mysteriously crashed and Jenni Rivera was killed.It doesnt take much to figure out who killed her.The mafia are a bunch of cowards who can intimidate people and kill them if they dont comply to thier demands.
Another story about ten musicians from Columbia who also ignored warnings from the mafia,all ten were found in a well dead.The mafia worships satan and have no morals.
Eventually ,Satan will be destroyed by JESUS CHRIST andthe mafia will also perish.
In recent weeks ,Arizona governor stated that the U.S border was not secure and that the drug cartels threatened to cross the border into the UNITED STATES.
The Mexican Mafia is already in the United States,They are operating in almost every country with thier criminal activities. The United State cannot afford to have a gun ban,All Americans Citizen have the right to protect themselves and AMERICA.The mexican mafia must be stopped now,or many people will die.

josereyes is based in Cabanatuan, Central Luzon, Philippines, and is a Stringer on Allvoices.
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