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September 6, 2013 at 1:40pm
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Melissa del Bosque & Jazmine Ulloa: Bloodlines: How the Scion of a Texas Horse Racing Empire Became an Informant on Mexico's Most Feared Cartel  →

The Texas Observer || August 7, 2013

The FBI wanted Graham to keep working with Jose Treviño and see where it led. He reluctantly agreed to cooperate. Within months, the young horse agent with a Texas A&M ring and an Aggie bumper sticker on his truck was given a Nextel cell phone with a wiretap. The FBI would be listening to every phone conversation Graham had with his new business associates. Unwittingly, Graham, heir to a Texas horse-racing empire, had become an informant on one of the world’s most lethal crime syndicates.

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