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**Asterisk denotes death involving a police officer or a member of the military serving in that capacity. Some items may be from notirex.com or lapoliciaca.com. Note: Killings have become so routine that it is no longer possible to report them all.
SANTA CATARINA, NUEVO LEÓN
Five men and one women were executed in 2 separate incidents here. One other man was wounded.
CATAREYTA, NUEVO LEÓN
Two young men were found tortured and executed, their bodies in the bed of a pick up truck. In black paint was “Puro Z’, referring to the Zetas.
CANCUN, QUINTANA ROO
Three men were shot by 2 men on a motorcycle. One of them died minutes after being shot.
Union leaders and officials announced that applications by teachers to relocate have skyrocketed this year due to increased crime and violence. Since January, applications have increased by 243 %. One teacher described working an entire week on the floor under desks due to fighting in the schoolyard.
Narco banners appeared here naming those responsible for the slaughter of 15 people at the El Colorado bar.
Two tortured and executed men were found in an abandoned car, left without lights in the middle of the road from Acapulco near here. A large truck struck the car, and then fled. Police responding to the crash discovered the bodies.
A city bus driver was killed in his bus. The execution happened at about 5 pm.
TIJUANA, BAJA CALIFORNIA
In a combined operation between the Mexican military and municipal police arrested 2 nephews of Ismael El Mayo Zambada, plus 2 others with them. Arrested for drug possession were Omar Ismael Zambada, 23 years old, and his cousin Sergio Cázarez Zambada, 28, who were arrested on drug possession along The operation was the result of intelligence work.
US Tourist Killed in Colombia Hostel Robbery
99 Skeletons Found at Guatemalan Outpost
Crime ranks as one of world’s ‘top 20 economies’, UN official says
Organized crime moves $ 2.1 trillion per year
Vast Mexico Bribery Case Hushed Up by Wal-Mart After Top-Level Struggle
Even as It Hurts Mexican Economy, Bribery Is Taken in Stride
Arson Involved in Forest Fire, Mexican Officials Say
(Nearly 20,000 acres. Gunmen prevented firefighters access.)
Thousands Urge Mexico City Lawmakers to Ban Bullfighting
Rastrojos Now the Major Criminal Player On Venezuela-Colombia Border: Report
Colombia seizes two tonnes of ‘Farc rebel cocaine’
In a Change, Mexico Reins In Its Oil Monopoly
Do Mexican Cartels Control Sex Trafficking in Argentina?
In one year we have found 22 bodies of adolescents in Juarez reports AGO
Mexico Says U.S. Stalling on Addition to Pacific Trade Deal
Bogota- Police Chief calls on Colombia to decriminalize marijuana
Abraji urges investigation into killing of journalist in Maranhão
Five Miners Die in Brazil Emerald Mine When Elevator Crashes
Journalist and human rights defender threatened with sexual violence
Colombia rejects taint of US secret agent sex scandal
Peru’s Army Prepares for “All-Out” Assault on Rebels
Peruvian Police Seize Eight Tons of Drugs from January to April
Journalists flee homes after receiving threats
Brazil to invest US$17 billion in mass transit in preparation for World Cup
Issa on House Floor: Honoring Fallen Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry with Renamed Station
ATF’s mysterious grenade smuggler case: new photos, documents turned over to Congress
Major Fast and Furious Player Who Misled Congress Jumping DOJ Ship
Exclusive: How The MSM Covered Up Fast and Furious
Scalia Likens Undocumented Immigrants To ‘Bank Robbers’
Life on the Border in Nogales, Arizona and Mexico
ND man sentenced for assaulting federal officer (Border Patrol Agent)
U.S. Border Patrol Weekly Blotter, Blaine Sector Apr. 12 – Apr. 18
CBP Makes $362 Million Cocaine Bust
Agents arrest suspect in Mexico slaying
You Got Your Cocaine in my Chocolate
Countering Trade-Based Money Laundering: A New Data Mining Frontier
Tide Turns on Border Crossing
Your Gardener Could Be a Banker
Government border enforcement study assesses use of military resources
Another Crash at Texas Border Leaves 12 Immigrants Injured, Driver Being Sought
60 Illegal Immigrants Found in McAllen Stash House
TSA screeners charged in LA drug trafficking probe
39 pounds of meth seized at checkpoint
CBP in Pharr Intercepts Close to $1M Worth of Pot in Clay Pots
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