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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.
In a span of nine hours, seven men were killed in separate incidents between Friday night and early hours of Saturday in Mexico City, according to Reforma. All appeared to be cartel related executions.
The “Child hitman” served his sentence, was released and then kills again. After serving a five-year sentence for murder, Adrian Ivan Pizaña “El Ivancito”, was released in November. His criminal record includes the murder of at least six people. When he was arrested in 2007 at 17, he admitted to having executed at least 20. However, the court imposed the minimum sentence of five years. He served his sentence in juvenile institution. On 14 November, Ivan was released and apparently. A few days later, he killed Francisco Javier Angeles Gutierrez, 21, shooting him four times in the head simply because he did not like the way the victim looked. The murder took place on 26 December in Iztapalapa. In addition, officials said, he committed assaults on public transport units and violently assaulted trucks. Pizaña was arrested last Thursday, Jan. 10 by police investigators.
A state police commander, Jose Alfredo Duran Salcido, 47, was executed on Friday 1/10 and his 2 bodyguards were wounded and are stable. The units were attacked on Highway 45 north of the city about 330 pm. Later that night, federal police arrested 2 subjects possibly involved.
CAJA DE AGUA, STATE OF MEXICO*
At about noon on Friday, January 11th, a convoy of the Army, and police were attacked in this village by gunmen in 4 vehicles. During the confrontation, one soldier and one bad guy were killed. Two state police and a prosecutor from the attorney general’s office were wounded. Authorities later arrested 3 juveniles and a 20 year old, and seized 2 vehicles and weapons.
JARDINES DEL BOSQUE, IN GUADALAJARA, JALISCO
An attorney, Alcaraz Gerardo Delgado, 32, was shot and killed as he was entering his office at about 1030am on Friday January 11.
Mexican Troops Find New Drug Tunnel on U.S. Border
WalMart and Company Bribing Their Way Through Latin America
Walmart replaces LatAm chief after Mexico scandal
Violent crime continues to bedevil Mexico under new leader
Recent violence in north-central Mexico reportedly kills dozens
Mexico suffers another bird flu outbreak
Armed Vigilante Groups Policing 2 Mexican Towns
Mexican drug cartels using dogs to practice their torture techniques
Mexican Authorities Detain 38 Central American Migrants
Mexico credited as world leader in cutting pollution
Nissan Expands Mexico Lineup to Build Note Subcompact Car
Zetas Fight Sinaloa Cartel for Guatemala Drug Routes: Perez
Private Sector Leads Efforts to Curb Gang Violence in Central America
Panama Seized 35 Tons of Drugs in 2012
Drug Trafficking Support Network Disrupted in Nicaragua
Venezuela’s Relations With Iran Unclear In Event of Chávez’s Death
Chavez undergoes tracheotomy in Cuba after fourth surgery
South American and African Nations to Discuss Cooperation in Uruguay
Bolivia says re-admitted to U.N. drug convention on its own terms
Peru Tightens Noose Around Shining Path Offshoot Party MOVADEF
US seizes gold bars from Curacao, site of multimillion dollar heist
United Nations survey shows significant progress in Haiti
Dominican Republic rescues 10 Haitian children from human traffickers
Police breakup doomsday cult in the Dominican Republic
Guyana surpasses 2012 rice production target
(Cuba) Dissident’s daughter doubts dad’s fatal car crash was accidental
Jamaica health authorities deny malaria alert
Border Patrol Catches Just 61% Of Illegal Aliens
Napolitano Stays at DHS, Immigration Reform Advocates Cheer
Before Considering Another Amnesty, Look at IRCA’s Lessons
“review what we as a nation learned, or should have learned, from our last big experiment in the field, the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA)”
Mexico’s drug war undiminished in some areas close to Texas, authorities say
Pistol in Mexico is tied to ATF agent in Minn. gun sting
Los Zetas and Hezbollah share money laundering ops
“before the Armed Services Committee of the U.S. Senate in March 2012, General Douglas Fraser, head of U.S. Southern Command, noted that the Treasury Department had found connections between two criminal groups.”
The Border Patrol’s Strategic Muddle
How the Nation’s Border Guardians Got Stuck in a Policy Conundrum, and How They Can Get Out
Over the Line: Fighting Corruption on Our Border-Video
LA Mayor pushes President to move on immigration
Colorado lawmakers weigh in-state tuition for undocumented students
Alliance between Mafia, bikers and cartel fueled NYC’s marijuana trade: DEA probe
The New — and Rich — Immigrants from Mexico: How Their Money is Changing Texas
California ‘maternity hotel’ where Chinese women pay thousands to give birth and make their babies American citizens closes
Border Patrol Seizes Dope From False Compartment
U.S. Border Patrol Agents Foil Two Drug Smuggling Attempts and Confiscate Weapons and Ammo on I-8
Uvalde Border Patrol Agents Arrest Sex Offender
Guatemalan subject had been previously deported
U.S. Border Patrol Agents Intercept Drugs and Bulk Currency
Leader of Zetas smuggling cell pleads guilty
Border Patrol agents capture another group of Albanian immigrants
$14M contract awarded for U.S. Border Patrol station in Detroit
CBP Intercepts Insect New to the U.S.
Residents in Arizona town feel ‘invaded by Border Patrol’
Del Rio Sector Border Patrol Agents Seize More Than 1,100 Pounds of Marijuana
Local Rancher Praises Border Patrol Rescue Efforts
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