Mexico ramps up hunt for most wanted man

Al Jazeera obtains rare access to the hunt for 'La Luta,' the last leader of the drug cartel the Knights Templar.

Last updated: 10 May 2014 09:42
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Vigilantes fighting drug cartels in Mexico's western Michoacan state are being asked to put their guns away, and get off the streets.

As authorities urge them to join a new official police force, the last leader of the Knights Templar is still at large.

Al Jazeera has had rare access to the hunt for Mexico's most wanted man, 'La Tuta.'

Adam Raney reports from the mountains of Michoacan.


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