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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.
El Universal (Mexico) 1/23/2011
Police Commander Killed by Car Bomb
A tribute was held for Commander Victor Pena, who died as a result of a car bomb. The other three officers injured are now out of danger. The four officers are investigators, and were checking out a tip of a body in the trunk of the vehicle.
Frontera (Mexico) 1/23/2011
Car Bomb in Tula Linked to “Los Zetas”
(Pachuca, Hidalgo) The state Secretary for Public Security says the car bomb which killed a police commander is linked to Los Zetas due to several written threats found with the car. The bomb was triggered by the opening of the trunk. One line of investigation is that the attack is revenge for the death of two Zetas 2 weeks ago. It is unknown if this is an isolated incident or indicates an escalation of violence. Security has been enhanced and include checkpoints.
Blog del Narco (Mexico) 1/22/2011
Nephew of Carillo Fuentes Captured
(Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua) A Federal Police operation has rescued four kidnapped hostages and captured the seven kidnappers. One of these was Francisco Ramon Escobar Carillo, nephew of Vicente Carillo Fuentes, or ‘Viceroy’, a principal leader of the cartel in Juarez. Police also seized firearms and ammunition.
La Hora (Guatemala) 1/22/2011
Armed Gunmen Burst into Wake and Kill Four People
A group of gunmen entered a church where a wake was being held for a 16 year old boy, and opened fire. Two were killed outright, and two were DOA at the hospital. Of the three injured, one girl is critical. The National Police are investigating. A week before this incident, gunmen entered a football field and fired into players and spectators. Four were killed then, and twelve injured, and of those, seven were children.
– In another incident, an attack on a bus left one dead and five wounded.
La Prensa (Honduras) 1/22/2011
Nicaragua Captures Drug Traffickers
(Rivas, Nicaragua) The Nicaraguan Navy captured five suspected drug traffickers with 25 packages of cocaine, traveling in two boats on the San Juan River. The area where the raid took place is located near an area that Nicaragua and Costa Rica are at issue in the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague.
Blog del Narco (Mexico) 1/23/2011
San Luis Potosi shooting was hell
El Heraldo de Tabasco (Mexico) 1/23/2011
Shootout Leaves Six Dead
(Torreon, Coahuila) A shootout Sunday morning between municipal police and gunmen left six dead and one injured. Local residents panicked, as Saturday there was a shootout between gunmen and Mexican military that left four dead.
Also, the heads of two men were found elsewhere in the city.
El Sol de Tampico (Mexico) 1/2/2011
Grenade Found in Trash
Diario Xalapa (Mexico) 1/23/2011
Colonies Proliferating in High Risk Areas
Domestic News – United States
At memorial, slain Border Patrol agent remembered as protector
Mexican drug cartels have declared open-season on police officers
Perfume dealer charged with laundering millions for drug cartel-New York
U.S. Border Patrol Foils Cocaine Smuggling Attempt-hidden inside oil pan-California
More VBIEDs Detonated South Of The Border
Colorado inmates train wild mustangs to help guard the nation’s rugged borders
Agents in Texas Seize Two Tons of Marijuana in One Day
Soldiers kill ten gunmen in northern Mexico clash
Dope busts in the western desert-Arizona – total of 9291 pounds
Drug smuggling mounts on northern border
Three more Georgia counties join immigration fingerprint program
Mexican trucks to be rolling across U.S. in six months
Border Patrol Stops $700,000+ Cocaine Smuggling Attempt-New Mexico
Dozens of criminal aliens arrested in Michigan
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