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Emergency Message for U.S. Citizens: Nuevo Laredo (Mexico), Prison Break in Piedras Negras (September 17)
The U.S. Consulate Nuevo Laredo alerts U.S. citizens of a large-scale prisoner escape from the Piedras Negras Central Prison on Monday, September 17, 2012. These prisoners remain at large. Although Mexican federal and local security forces are on the scene and the prison is reported secure, security sources warn that many of the escapees have known connections to Transnational Criminal Organizations (TCO), and may join TCO activity in the Piedras Negras and Nuevo Laredo areas. The U.S. Consulate urges all U.S. citizens to maintain a low profile and a heightened sense of awareness and to avoid the area in close proximity to the prison, which is located near the intersection of Ave. Lazaro Cardenas (Hwy 57) and Calle Santa Cruz.
There MAY BE VERY graphic photographs that accompany some articles in the body of this report. It is not our intention to sensationalize. We include these photos in order to give to you, the American public, a clearer understanding of the seriousness of the situation in Mexico and Central America.
**Asterisk denotes death involving a police officer or a member of the military serving in that capacity. Some items may be from notirex.com, lapoliciaca.com or historiasdelnarco.com. Some incidents of violence may not be included here due to the large number of death reports.
MONTERREY AND APODACA, NUEVO LEÓN
Police authorities have reported 7 people killed Sunday afternoon. State investigators say it appears to be rivalry between cartel gangs.
An initial count from a shootout between military and gunmen Saturday is 4 bad guys dead. Vehicles and weapons were seized.
Mexican Marine snipers, trained in Colombia, are now deployed in Coahuila. They are trained to shoot from an aerial platform and are pilots.
A video posted by MundoNarco gives figures of 90,000 people dead and 300,000 missing. Note it is in Spanish. (Editor comment: These figures are based on a known count, but likely omits those where an entire family disappears and is killed, and there is no one to report it. Or when survivors choose not to report it out of fear.) http://youtu.be/ilJKJ6EA0_c
The Deputy Chief of the Municipal police was assassinated at about 8:30 pm on his way home from work Tuesday night. This now makes three officers killed in recent weeks, with the other two being 2 female officers whose bodies were dumped on the road between Torreon and Saltillo.
Two more gasoline stations were burned Monday night and Tuesday morning. Municipal police stayed in the area to protect the fire fighters.
Two men were killed and one gravely wounded during a shooting at a shopping mall here on Tuesday evening. The men were outside a restaurant when gunmen drove up and opened fire.
VALLE DE CHALCO, STATE OF MEXICO*
Three bodies were found inside a patrol vehicle for this municipality. The officer and a woman were decapitated and dismembered, and the other body was the officer’s brother. All had been shot several times. A second report says the attorney general’s office is investigating if these are connected to other officer deaths, and officers missing. A nearby town has reported finding dismembered and beheaded bodies there.
GOMEZ PALACIO, DURANGO**
On Monday evening, federal police came under attack, resulting in two federal agents killed, and 4 injured. A civilian female bystander was also killed in the first attack, which occurred in front of a hotel. The woman and one agent died there. Agents requested assistance from colleagues from neighboring Torreon. As they responded, the reinforcements came under attack by alleged accomplices of the initial attackers. This resulted in a vehicle crash, which injured two officers and killed another.
132 Inmates Escape From Border Prison
Mexico to Purge State, Local Police of 65,000 Officers
Crime Explodes — But an Economy Booms
Mexican State May Criminalize Gang ‘Lookouts’
Mexico suspects Zetas cartel plotted prison break near US border to replenish weakened ranks
Mexico tunnel prison break: Only 3 of 132 recaptured
Mexican Drug cartels operating in 16 countries on the American Continent
Death toll rises to 29 after Mexico gas plant inferno
State legislator killed in Mexico state, 2nd PRI politician slain in 2 days
Office: 82 women slain in Juárez in 2012
Ciudad Juarez Launches Aggressive Campaign For Female Crime Victims
(PGR) destroyed more than 588 tons and 531,000 liters of precursor chemicals-Querétaro
Mexican President-Elect Pushes for Free Trade in Latin America
Organ Grinders Bring Music to Mexico’s Streets
Costa Rica Private Investigator returns 2 year old son to North American Mother
Seven People Murdered in Honduras
Costa Rica: 13 Transit Police officers arrested for bribery
U.S. and Guatemala Seize 598 kilos of Cocaine
Nicaragua formalizes pullout of SOA
Dengue Fever on the rise in Costa Rica
Acid Attacks in Colombia Reflect Rage
A Top Colombian Drug Trafficker Is Captured in Venezuela
Two Smugglers Arrested in Colombia with $80,000 in Their Stomachs
Venezuela, Bolivia Reject US Criticism of Anti-Drug Efforts
Brazil: Rio steps up pacification drive in city’s biggest slum
In Brazil, opportunity and obstacles for Africans flowing in
Colombian Army Captures 10 Guerrillas
Treasure Hunters Flock to Robinson Crusoe’s Island
Colombia Seizes Over 12 Tons of Cocaine and Marijuana
International Drug Organization Busted in Argentina
Canada: Tip from U.S. border guards leads to ecstasy bust
“Thirty-year-old Samuel Lopez-Rios of Mexico is in custody”
Arizona sheriff Who Exposed Obama Administration on Deportations is Dead
Rubén Zuno Arce, Guilty in Drug Killing, Dies at 82
(“Kiki” Camarena murder in 1985; was brother-in-law of ex-MX President)
How Will A Zetas Split Impact US Border Security?
“A perceived lack of control, no matter how minimal, by lower level TCO members could encourage cell leaders and members to act more recklessly”
Judge: Police to Enforce Arizona Immigration Law Now
Brian A Terry Border Patrol Station will house agents, Terry’s legacy
Naco station will have life-sized bronze statue of Terry
Our southern border is now with Guatemala-Bersin
Justice report faults ATF officials for ‘Fast and Furious’ actions
F&F: IG Report – Chairman Issa: “It showed what went wrong all the way to the very top of justice”
Holder responds to IG report on Fast & Furious – ATF’s Melson retires…Deputy Asst. AG Weinstein resigns
Media Matters in Cahoots with DOJ on Fast and Furious
F&F – IG Report: “Who’s at Fault?”
Sentencing reset for man in Fast and Furious case
Grassley: IG report proves White House executive privilege claims specious
F&F: Chairman Issa Questions IG Horowitz
US-VISIT Proves That Biometrics Make A Difference
Man charged in fatal accident is illegal immigrant
(Killed pregnant woman and her newborn)
“previously reported Cruz to ICE concerning his potential immigration status following hearings in June 2011 and this past January on charges of driving without a license”
(Editor’s Note: Melanie Kortlang, near San Diego, lost her daughter to a drunk illegal, and wrote this yesterday, posted with her permission. It shows that the pain caused is lifelong for the survivors: “Well, today my beautiful daughter Amy would be celebrating her 28th birthday. But we don’t get to celebrate it with her because a drunk driving illegal murdered her. I miss her so badly it hurts. We will have her annual bday dinner in her Honor at her favorite place. Bucca di beppos. I love and miss you my Angel !!”) (
Father of murdered teen urges Gov. Brown to veto bill ordering illegal immigrants released
Non-Citizen Voters Diluting the Rights and Privileges of Citizenship
Arizona immigration law spurs education campaign
(to be silent, and carry no documents)
Alleged Gulf cartel boss behind drug loads on section of Texas border on trial
(plaza boss for Rio Bravo,Tamaulipas for short time)
Drug Cartel Member Accused of Immigrant Smuggling Ring In S.A.
Border Patrol, Coast Guard Respond to State Beach Landing
For illegal immigrants, ocean is the new desert
Ramey Border Patrol Agents Seize 918 Kilos (2,025 pounds) of Cocaine
Three citizens of the Dominican Republic arrested
Border Patrol: 140 bodies found in remote Brooks, Starr counties since Oct. 1
El Centro Sector Border Patrol Apprehends Convicted Felon
(convicted of molestation of children)
Plant City man sent to prison for taking scores of undocumented immigrants to Pinellas
Ten Mexicans Charged in Drug Smuggling Incident in U.S.
Response promised soon on Border Patrol agent’s claims about ‘black hole,’ misuse of federal funds
Visa mishap leaves immigrant Beaverton School District employee out of job, facing deportation
Immigration Cheated Us, Investors Say
Brazilian Member of International Alien Smuggling Conspiracy Sentenced to Prison
U.S. Border Patrol Prevents Illegal Entry
Citizen of Belarus attempts crossing
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