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It was like being Superman or James Bond, he said. Reta was 13 when he was recruited by the Zetas, the infamous assassins of the Gulf Cartel, law enforcement officials say. He was one of a group of American teenagers from the impoverished streets of Laredo who was lured into the drug wars across the Rio Grande in Mexico with promises of high pay, fancy cars and sexy women. After a short apprenticeship, the young men lived in an expensive house in Texas, available to kill whenever called on.

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The Gulf Cartel was engaged in a turf war with the Sinaloa Cartel over the Interstate 35 corridor, the north-south highway that connects Laredo to Dallas and beyond, and is, according to law enforcement officials, one of the most important arteries for drug smuggling in the Americas.

The young men all paid a heavy price.

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Reta, now 19, and his boyhood friend, Gabriel Cardona, 22, are serving what amounts to life sentences in prisons in the United States. Other young Americans in their circle who the police say worked for the Zetas have also ended up in prison, have fled into hiding in Mexico or have disappeared in the permanent way that people wrapped up in the Mexican drug trade tend to go missing.

In the minds of many Americans, the Rio Grande divides Mexico, a corrupt land where drug cartels often seem to have the upper hand, from the United States, a nation of law and order, where the authorities try to keep criminal gangs in check.

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But the reality on the border is much more complex. The Mexican drug cartels recruit young men from both countries and operate their smuggling and murder-for-hire rings on both sides of the divide, though under slightly different rules of engagement.

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That complexity was reflected in the short but bloody careers of Mr. Reta, Mr. Gonzalez and Mr. Cardona, who are linked to crimes in both countries, according to trial transcripts, court documents and interviews with detectives and family members. While working as hired guns in andthe three Americans lived in a house rented by their employers on Hibiscus Street in Laredo, according to testimony at Mr. Another crew of three assassins, all from Mexico, were also camped out there, awaiting orders, law enforcement officials said.

The Mexican government has been trying to crack down on the drug cartels, an effort that has left more than 10, Mexicans dead in the last 18 months. Some deaths are the result of shootouts between the cartels and the authorities, with both sides heavily armed. The two teams of assassins took direction from Lucio Quintero, or El Viejon, a capo in the Zetas across the river, trial records show.

Detective Roberto A. Garcia Jr. Many Zetas identify themselves by a .

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In addition to their retainers, the assassins received perks. At one point, Mr. Family members described how the young men would go to parties hosted by cartel capos.

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To keep up morale, the drug leaders would raffle off automobiles, firearms and even dates with attractive women, the family members said, speaking on the condition of anonymity. But cartel members lurk there, too, watching for possible recruits, the police say. And these kids all have that romantic notion they are going to live forever. Detective Garcia described Mr. Cardona as the ringleader of the American cell of assassins, a savvy, brash young man who orchestrated at least five murders in Laredo of people connected to the Sinaloa Cartel.

In a deal with prosecutors, Mr. A federal judge sentenced Mr. Cardona to life in prison in March. His mother, Gabriela Maldonado, a home health worker, said Mr. Cardona had grown up with an abusive, alcoholic father, but had done well in school through eighth grade, when his father abandoned the family.

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Then Mr. Cardona began to skip classes and hang out with drug users on Lincoln Street. Soon he was sent to juvenile prison for aggravated assault, and after that he moved out of the house. Overnight, it seemed, he appeared to have a lot of cash and showed up in different cars, his mother said.

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If Mr. Cardona was the brains of the group, Mr. Reta was the keenest to become a professional assassin, Detective Garcia said. In JulyMr. Reta told detectives in a videotaped confession that he had participated in at least 30 killings in Mexico, a statement that the authorities there could not confirm. Reta told Detective Garcia that he was 13 the first time he killed a man.

He said he was asked to prove his loyalty by doing it in front of Mr. After that, killing became addictive, Mr. Reta told Detective Garcia, and he compared the feeling to the allure of candy to a small child.

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Reta said in the taped interview with the police. Others sleep as peacefully as fish. Reta also told the police that he had attended a training camp in Mexico for six months, where he learned to shoot assault rifles and engage in hand-to-hand combat. One of his instructors, he said, was an Israeli mercenary.

Reta was also proud of his marksmanship. I will look you in the eyes while you kill me. Family members say Mr. Reta grew up with nine brothers and sisters, living in a tiny wood house, propped up on cinder blocks, in a yard devoid of grass. His father worked construction; his mother was a hairdresser.

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Before the age of 12, he was a well-mannered boy, respectful of his elders, who did tolerably well in school and spent most afternoons playing ball in a nearby park. But puberty changed him.

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He also began to get in trouble with the law. He was picked up for marijuana possession and spent a year in a juvenile prison for firing a gun in public.

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He also became fascinated with commandos and dreamed of ing the Navy Seals, a person familiar with his life said. On frequent trips to Mexico, he was also becoming involved with the Zetas, a family member said, speaking on the condition of anonymity for fear of reprisals from drug dealers. On trips home, Mr. Reta described killings in Mexico that he had witnessed and, in some cases, participated in. Now Mr. Reta lives in a cramped cell at the Robertson Unit, a state prison in Abilene, Tex. Despondent over being sentenced to 70 years for two killings in Laredo, he paid a fellow prisoner to tattoo flames and horn shapes on his face, giving him a demonic look.

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As he talks, his countenance shifts back and forth, from the deadpan of a street tough with emotionless eyes to the oddly innocent laugh and smile of a year-old boy for whom everything is a lark. His voice is soft and melodic, even when his words are menacing.

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Reta declined to comment on his career as an assassin in Mexico, though he neither denied nor recanted his statements to the Laredo police. He did say he was innocent of taking part in one of the two killings he was convicted of in the United States and predicted his name would be cleared on appeal. Speaking of his upbringing, he said that to him and his friends, growing up in ramshackle houses on dirt lots, the narcotics traffickers were heroes. The poorest counties in America lie along the Rio Grande, and Mr.

Reta recalled stealing gummy bears from a local candy shop with Mr. Cardona when they were children. It is unclear precisely how many killings in Mexico Mr. Reta had a role in. The Mexican authorities arrested him on charges that he was one of four men, led by a former commander of the Nuevo Laredo municipal police, who in May attacked El Punto Vivo Bar in Monterrey with grenades and rifles, killing 4 and injuring Afraid a rival gang would murder him in a Mexican jail, Mr. Reta called Detective Garcia and a Drug Enforcement Administration agent, Chris Diaz, shortly after his arrest pleading to be extradited to the United States, where he was wanted for the murder of Noe Flores in January Though he claimed he did not shoot Mr.

Flores, he admitted to the police that he had driven the getaway car. Cardona dating a Laredo boy the shooting, he said, after Mr. Gonzalez got cold feet, sat in the backseat and watched the killing take place in the front yard of a house. That confession was eventually excluded from the evidence against him, forcing a second trial, at which he was convicted on other evidence, including his fingerprints found on a cigarette case in the getaway car. His lawyer has appealed the conviction.

According to testimony at Mr. The group had intended to kill Miguel Flores, but shot his brother instead. A woman working for the cartel had spotted the Floreses at a Laredo bar and called Mr. The same crew, prosecutors say, shot and killed Moises Garcia, a reputed drug dealer and member of the Mexican Mafia prison gang, outside the Torta-Mex restaurant on Dec. In March, Mr. Reta pleaded guilty to being the triggerman in that killing and was sentenced to 30 years. Detective Garcia said Mr.