Felipe Calderon blames candidate's killing on drug cartels
Felipe Calderon said drug cartels are to blame for the assassination of a gubernatorial candidate.
MEXICO CITY — Mexican President Felipe Calderon is blaming drug cartels for the assassination of a front-running gubernatorial candidate.
He warns drug gangs are trying to infiltrate the election process.
He said organized crime "is trying to interfere in the decisions of citizens and in election processes."
Torre was running for governor in the border state of Tamaulipas.