Mexico's Interior Secretary Alfonso Navarrete speaks during the groundbreaking ceremony for the new U.S. embassy, in Mexico City, Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018. Navarrete told local media that the federal intelligence agency sent a plainclothes agent to tail an opposition presidential candidate, even though the candidate never asked for and apparently did not want a tail.
Mexico's Interior Secretary Alfonso Navarrete speaks during the groundbreaking ceremony for the new U.S. embassy, in Mexico City, Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018. Navarrete told local media that the federal intelligence agency sent a plainclothes agent to tail an opposition presidential candidate, even though the candidate never asked for and apparently did not want a tail. Rebecca Blackwell AP Photo
Mexico's Interior Secretary Alfonso Navarrete speaks during the groundbreaking ceremony for the new U.S. embassy, in Mexico City, Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018. Navarrete told local media that the federal intelligence agency sent a plainclothes agent to tail an opposition presidential candidate, even though the candidate never asked for and apparently did not want a tail. Rebecca Blackwell AP Photo

Mexico admits government spies tail candidate

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