NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FORMER BORDER PATROL OFFICERS
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Foreign News Report
The National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers (NAFBPO) extracts and condenses the material that follows from Mexican and Central and South American on-line media sources on a daily basis. You are free to disseminate this information, but we request that you credit NAFBPO as being the provider.
This is to inform our subscribers that as of the end of June, NAFBPO will no longer be publishing the M3 Report. This is due to limited resources and the fact that we feel our publication has served a purpose in focusing attention on violence and immigration events occurring south of our border. NAFBPO intends to direct all its assets towards addressing immigration legislation and to place emphasis on the enforcement of our current immigration laws.
Migration northward continues unabated
Cuarto Porder (Tuxtla Chiapas 5/31/10)
Sixty smuggled aliens found in Southern Mexico
Forty-five men and fifteen women, all illegally in Mexico, were found being transported, while hidden in a truck before dawn yesterday (Sunday) at a checkpoint to enter Tuxtla, state of Chiapas. Most of the aliens hailed from Central American countries, but the group also included three from India and seven from Sri Lanka. The truck used, had been stolen three months ago from Mexico’s Social Security agency in Distrito Federal.
El Diario (Cuidad Juarez Chihuahua 5/31/10)
Forty-eight smuggled aliens found in Northern Mexico
Forty-eight aliens from various Central American countries, plus eight Mexicans from the southern state of Oaxaca, were found by Mexican ministerial police in the area of Ascencion Chihuahua (a town located just a few miles from the southeast corner of New Mexico’s “boot-heel”.) The fifty-six border crossing aspirants were in a security house and were under the control of a group of smugglers, among them a woman whose specialty is to take undocumented aliens to Phoenix, Arizona.
More information about these smugglers can be found in the related article of this Spanish language newspaper.
(National news organizations in the United States have already given coverage to the finding of twenty-five corpses, all believed to be homicide victims, near Taxco, in the state of Guerrero, Mexico. A string of other crime reports scattered around Mexico continues today; they include the murder of a atate prison warden and the fatal shooting on an elementary school principal, in front of some pupils of the school. Others include one in “El Universal”, (Mexico City today), reporting that seven persons became victims of homicide in Tijuana, Baja California, “in the last few hours.” What follows is yet another example. The link leads to the full article in Spanish.)
El Siglo de Torreon (Torreon Coahuila) 5/31/10
Seven human heads were found yesterday (Sunday) at dawn and in the morning in various points around the so-called “Comarca Lagunera” (the Lagoon Country) area, comprised of the cities of Torreon in the state of Coahuila, and the adjacent cities of Gomez Palacio and Lerdo, in the neighboring state of Durango. Two of the heads were those of policemen who disappeared last Thursday.
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