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Notimex reports that Mexican Marines and Federal Police have captured 15 Zetas, eleven men and 4 women, including the number two boss in Cancun. They also seized three long and two short guns, 107 thousand rounds of ammunition of different calibers, magazines, two vehicles, communications equipment and a computer, cocaine, 214 thousand pesos (US $18396.42) in cash and 15, 900 more in gas vouchers.
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**Asterisk denotes death involving a police officer or a member of the military serving in that capacity.
PUERTO VALLARTA, JALISCO
A man passing by reported an abandoned car, and on investigation, police officers attached to the state Attorney General found a clandestine narco grave with the bodies of two men. It was later determined by the forensic’s staff that they had been executed by being cut up while alive. Neither man has been identified, although one has a family surname tattooed on him, and the name ‘Liliana’.
Ernesto CornejoValenzuela, former Mayor and a regional leader of the PAN political party, accompanied by the secretary of Rural Producers, were attacked by gunmen while driving. The PAN leader was killed, and the woman with him escaped unharmed.
TEÚL DE GONZALEZ ORTEGA, ZACATECAS
The Mexican military received a complaint of a false checkpoint, and on investigation, it came under fire. Net result: six bad guys dead, and eight rifles, magazines, cartridges, a grenade, radio equipment, tactical equipment, four vehicles, among other things seized.
SANTA MONICA JUAREZ, NUEVO LEÓN
The Mexican military observed a vehicle with men using radios, and ordered them to stop. On inspecting the vehicle, they found two men in the trunk, one already dead and the other died shortly after discovery. The men admitted they were enroute to dump the bodies.
Narco banners appeared in the city directed to the top two leaders of the Zetas, specifically El Lazca and El Z-40. The banners referred to their sexual preferences and criticized them for killing innocent people, especially women and children.
Shortly after 2 pm Friday, two municipal police officers came under fire and returned fire. Both officers were wounded but not killed. No information has been publicly released by the agency.
CIUDAD JUAREZ, CHIHUAHUA
At about 230 pm Friday, an attack on four young men in a vehicle killed three and wounded the fourth. The attack happened near the US Consulate (see item below for more).
GOMEZ PALACIO, DURANGO
Gunmen attacked municipal officers on patrol near an industrial park, using assault weapons including numerous grenades. The officers were unharmed and the only damage was to the two patrol vehicles.
EL MELON, SINALOA
An hour long gunfight between the military and cartel gunmen resulted in two of the gunmen dying.
A family, parents and a 23 year old son, were massacred while traveling near this town. Dozens of shell casings from both AK-47 and AR-15 rifles were found.
Two police officers, assigned to the US Consulate for the past 4 years, were assassinated by a group of gunmen. ” We regret deeply the loss of the lives of two Public Safety officers in Nuevo Leon , which had four years assigned to U.S. diplomatic representation , “said the U.S. consul Bryan Quigley.
Two couples were chased by gunmen while driving, when gunmen opened fire on them. The driver lost control, and crashed into a storm channel. He was killed, and the other man was gravely wounded. The two women were also wounded, and were taken to the hospital.
A citizen report led the military to a local ranch where they were met with gunfire. All ten gunmen were killed, and reliable sources say they were part of Los Zetas. Seized were 9 rifles, 32 magazines, one grenade launcher, three hand grenades, and 10 vehicles.
Attack Outside US Consulate in Juarez
Comes one week after the U.S. State Department warned that attacks might be planned against the U.S. consulate.
Mexico’s top prosecutor charges 111 of own aides with corruption, fires 192 others
Mexico seizes over 800 tons of meth chemicals
Statement of Ambassador Earl Anthony Wayne, Nomination Hearing, Senate Committee on Foreign Relations
Mexico’s Rule of Lawlessness
Army: 6 presumed cartel members die in Mexico
Domestic News – United States
Rock Attacks On Border Patrol Agents Are Up; Chopper Brought Down By Rock In ‘79
Obama, Holder Busted in Gunwalker Cover-up
U.S. government allegedly selling guns to Mexican drug cartels
ATF sought to downplay guns scandal, emails show-good read
Man deported 15 times detained in Escondido
Border Patrol Official: Drug Cartels ‘Have Taken Control’ of ‘Several Areas Along Our Border’
Program aims to secure jobs for U.S. citizens
Illegal alien cop killer has extensive rap sheet
Arizona law denies recognition to Mexican consular identification cards
Record Number of Criminals Deported, Many Based on Traffic Violations
ICE Union President: Our Hands Are Tied With Regulations-Fox video
Worse Than Gunwalker? State Dept. Allegedly Sold Guns to Zetas
Feds indict, arrest two in Alpine case
Suspects had cartel ties to LFM cartel
Illicit Globalization on the Border: Myths and Fears of Transnational Crime
Fly Along On A Deportation Flight To Guatemala
Immigration fines cost 14 New England companies
Border Patrol, ICE team up to take down alleged stash-house
Terrorists allowed to enter U.S. with visas
Officials fear lapses in immigration security may have let insurgents and potential terrorists enter the country
6 People Taken To Hospitals After Driver Goes Wrong Way On I-24
An unlicensed DUI driver, Hispanic and trying to run from the scene often means an illegal alien.
Border Patrol Seizes $900,000 in Drugs
Illegal Immigrant sentenced in deadly New Year’s Day crash
800 pounds of pot found hidden amid tile in AZ
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