NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FORMER BORDER PATROL OFFICERS
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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, lapoliciaca.com or historiasdelnarco.com. Some incidents of violence may not be included here due to the large number of death reports.
About 945pm Wednesday, January 2, gunmen entered a bar here and opened fire. The Red Cross received a call requesting aid for 4 people shot, including one woman. All were transported to the hospital. Another man was reported to have been taken in a private vehicle to a different hospital.
A chase and shootout between an armed group and the Army drew in reinforcements from the Mexican Marines and federal police. The confrontation ended in the town of Garcia Salinas with two military and 12 bad guys dead.
A 33 yo man was executed outside a bar Thursday night. He assisted customers with parking.
Narcobanners were hung demanding an investigation into the shooting of Miss Sinaloa during a shootout between gunmen and the Mexican Army. Later the Army removed a total of 37 banners.
Organized crime is making its presence felt more, particularly in 6 municipalities, leading to accusations of Governor Jorge Herrera Caldera being linked with narco groups operating in the state. In recent days, violence in the state has been resurgence in attacks on government offices, including the offices of the Attorney General’s Office (FGE) and some private sector companies. In the first three days of the year, the FEG reported the death of six people whose bodies were found in the municipalities of Gómez Palacio and Súchil. According to a spokesman of the EGF, Raymundo Enriquez Partida, just yesterday morning the Army Mexican found three bodies in the hamlet La Parida, Súchil Township. So far none of the victims have been identified.
Hezbollah’s Cocaine Jihad
Mexico police to be fired after refusing to work
Gunmen storm into ‘quinceanera’ party in Mexico, kill man, injure 11 others
(A quinceanera is a girl’s 15th birthday event.
Use of torture by authorities has risen in Mexico, groups say
Armoured Car Sales Rise 10% in Mexico
Mexican policy shift seen as push for sovereignty
Nine Dead in Sinaloa Christmas Eve Massacre
Documentary Looks at Mexico’s 25K People Missing
New Labor Law in Mexico
Ret.io, A Crowdsourced Answer To Corruption In Mexico
Drugwar Dilemma: Fighting to Improve Security AND Boost Tourism in Acapulco, Mexico
Mexico’s Kidnapping Cases Rise Dramatically in 2012: NGO
Narcolimosnas – alms from drug cartels infect the Mexican Catholic church
Mexico Bishop Raul Vera Inspires, Infuriates With Activism
Slim’s Pensioners Burned as Funds Sink to Bottom: Mexico Credit
In Mexico, 1,000-year-old mummified dog begs for attention
The remnants of tunnels under El Paso’s streets tell the origins of human smuggling
Analysis: Most U.S. funds missed Mexico gains, Brazil drop in 2012
Chihuahua officials want to get rid of “No More Weapons” billboard at Juárez international bridge
Mexico troops kill 12 in gun fight in Zacatecas state
Woman, baby and 12 boys caught with drugs, guns
Juvenile arms and drug gang arrested in Mexico
Thirteen killed in Mexico ‘gang shootout’
Prisons in Mexico on Verge of Collapse
Traffickers Arrested in Mexico with 22,000 Turtle Eggs
Radio Documentary – Communities in the Crosshairs: The Drug War in Guatemala
Costa Rica Exporting Cocaine to 4 Continents
Honduras Destroyed up to 80 ‘Narco’ Airstrips in 2012
Colombian Designer Rolls Out Bullet-Proof Clothing for U.S. Schoolchildren
An Uncertain Venezuela Prepares for an End to Chavez’s Rule
Venezuela Drug Bust Points to Nigeria Connection
Colombia’s “Widow of the Mafia” Assassinated
Former Argentine economy minister sentenced
Peru Incinerated 41 Tons of Drugs in 2012
Venezuela with more than 21,600 murders in 2012: NGO
Lifting the Veil on Colombia’s “Emerald Czar”
New Year Massacre Heralds More Violence for Medellin
Haiti hits back at strongly worded US travel warning
Police Killings on the Rise in the Dominican Republic
British victims of Barbados rapes outraged by commissioner’s remarks
Border Patrol Opens Unmanned Crossing on U.S.-Mexico Border
DHS to Create a Class of Undocumented Permanent Resident Aliens in 2013
White House eases path to residency for some illegal immigrants
Mexico Asks US to Halt Parts of Arizona’s SB1070 Immigration Law
Officials: More illegal immigrants from Central America
Faced with gun-toting drug smugglers, Arizona ranchers demand security at the border
“Sue Chilton says “We have, without any reason or logic to it, decided to cede as much as 15 or 20 miles of the United States to the cartels, and we live in that section that has been ceded,”…Her husband, Jim, who comes from several generations of ranchers, said he has never seen the border as dangerous as it is now.”
In Drug Fight on Texas Border, Some Officers Play Both Sides
U.S. Customs and Border Protection will now fight against Terrorists
Issa Praises Inclusion of ‘Fast and Furious’ Provisions in 113th Congress Rules Package
Illegal aliens must now commit at least three crimes to be deported
USCIS Has No Idea How Many Illegal Aliens Ordered Deported Are In US; Given Access To Secure Facilities, Driver’s Licenses
U.S. cedes border to drug cartels, Border Patrol moves inland
Mexico potato deal hits snag
Illegal alien charged with assaulting woman in Oregon
Islamic Illegals Crossing the U.S. Borders Part 1-video
(Older report but very informative.)
Mexican traffickers plant pot crop in American forests
Roots of pot cultivation in national forests are hard to trace
Audit: Feds’ immigration check system fails 12 percent of the time-Mike Cutler
ICE Scraps 287(g) Program That Allowed Local Police to Enforce Immigration Law
Many freed criminals avoid deportation, strike again…US prison system for immigrants has quietly released thousands, including killers-Mike Cutler
Poverty and fear of gangs drive young immigrants to U.S.
HSI, Caribbean Corridor Strike Force seize 2600 pounds of cocaine, arrest 2
Border Patrol seizes nearly $900K in meth
Border Patrol Arrests Wanted Murderer
El Centro Sector Border Patrol Prevents Gang Member and Sex Offender from Further Entry into the United States
Circuit Court rules that illegal immigrants have no right to bear arms in U.S.
Media blackout: Shooter kills family members, wounds baby and police officer
(previously deported illegal alien on cocaine)
Targeted by Gangs and Thieves, Growing Mayan Community Demands Translators
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