Mexico: April Most Violent Month; Intelligence Agency Predicts Escalated Violence

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Milenio  (Mexico)  5/1/20111  
 
April Most Violent Month in Past Six Years

April was Mexico’s most violent month in the past six years with 1402 executions/deaths.  The next closest month was August of 2010 with 1322 deaths.  Of the April victims, 24% were found in mass graves.  In the municipality of San Fernando, Tamaulipas, 185 bodies were found, with another 102 found in Durango (Note: increased now to 108 since this story came out). Since 2007, there have been 9812 bodies found in 209 narco graves.  During 2007, 38 dead were found in 14 graves, while so far this year 450 bodies have been found in 62 graves, an increase of 1184%.

The piece went on to list the numbers for individual states in Mexico. (Note: The following security forces (law enforcement) numbers for April are disturbing, mainly due to the increased numbers killed and also the greater brutality evident as part of the killings.  A number of officers were found dismembered or decapitated, others were burned or mutilated.  This fact is not in this report, but gleaned by us from the media reviewed daily for these reports.)  The security forces suffered 73 casualties in April, of which 34 were municipal police officers, 21 state police, 13 belonged to the federal police and five were military soldiers (while performing law enforcement action against criminal activity). Women who died due to organized crime amounted to 63, while 23 children were also killed and four were executed. (As in many cultures, the Mexican culture venerates women, which is why news reports so often identify gender).
 
 
http://www.milenio.com/node/707226
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La Hora  (Guatemala)  5/2/2011

Another bus driver attacked and shot four times, but survived
 
In the same area, the dismembered body of a woman was found with a message saying it was a gift for the bus company and then continuing with threats against the owners and employees of the company.  The Guatemalan President, Alvaro Colom, has issued instructions for security forces to intensify anti-terrorist activity.  The government randomly tested condoms imported from China and Korea.  At least 97, 800 condoms had holes and another 4 million are being checked closely as they came from the same companies. 
Lastly, a poll by the paper asks; ‘With bin Laden dead, do you think the world will be a safer place?’  Responses showed 6.11% said Yes, while 93.89% said No. 
 
 

http://www.lahora.com.gt/
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Shorts:

CHILPANGINGO, GUERRERO:  Gay activist beaten to death.  The story indicates it is considered what we categorize as a hate crime; that is because of the person’s sexual orientation.-Milenio
 
CUAUTITLAN IZCALLI, MEXICO:  Five decapitated bodies found.  Two heads were left on the roof of a BMW and the other two on the windshield.  The bodies were in the car; two in the back seat, and two more in the trunk.  This was in the Mexico City suburbs. (Note: This past week there was a report that violence is increasing in the capital and immediate surrounding vicinity, thus this report is validation of that.)-Milenio 
 
SAN DIMAS, DURANGO:  Four men found executed.-Milenio
 
DURANGO, DURANGO:  Mexican military found a third narco grave containing six bodies.  That brings the total now to 108 bodies, and the report said the military expects to find more bodies.-Milenio
 
 
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Blog del Narco (www.blogdelnarco.com)

GUADALAJARA, JALISCO:  Commander of a police task force gunned down on street.  The woman with him was unharmed.
 
  
 
SINALOA:  Two intercity bus drivers kidnapped by gunmen we released after questioning by the gunmen, saying it was a mistake.
 
 
GUAMÚCHIL, SINALOA:  Police attempting to stop vehicles with gunmen came under fire, and a shootout ensued.  This was very close to the General Hospital.  It ended with three assassins dead, and another captured.  Some escaped.  One of the dead was identified as ‘El Cholo’, a prison escapee from Culiacan, Sinaloa.
 
MAZATLAN, SINALOA: An anonymous call to C-4 (intelligence center) reported the discovery of a hand.  Responding police agents identified it as a right hand.  There were numerous other killings throughout the State of Sinaloa.
 
  
 
CIUDAD JUÁREZ, CHIHUAHUA:  Body wrapped in a blanket was dumped between a school and kindergarten.
 
GUADALAJARA, JALISCO:  A tortured, executed body wrapped in black plastic was dumped in the middle of the street. 
 
MORELOS:  Inactive municipal police officer found dismembered.  Police ID left with body, likely as a message to other cops.
 
TARANDACUAO, GUANAJUATO:  Entire 23 officers of municipal police arrested as being part of LFM cartel (La Familia Michoacana), but chief escaped.
 
 
CANCUN, QUINTANA ROO:  Federal police and assassins clashed on a beach road Sunday night, leaving one gunmen dead.  Another escaped.  Inside vehicle were four AK-47 rifles, cartridges and magazines.
 
 
MORELOS:  Narco banners displayed by the Beltrán Leyva cartel.
 
 
GUADALUPE AND APODACA, NUEVO LEÓN:  Eight people killed Monday in one home, and elsewhere two young teens were gunned down in the street.
 
 
NUEVO LEÓN:  At least 27 narco banners displayed around the state by Los Zetas, with messages to the Gulf cartel.
 
ACAPULCO, GUERRERO:  Two young men executed, and left in vehicle.
 
 
SANTA CATARINA, NUEVO LEÓN:  Two municipal police officers attacked during meal break.  Both survived.
 
 
TUXTLA CHICO, CHIAPAS:  Former Mexican Marine found hacked to death with a machete.  Photo much too graphic.
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Should travel to Mexico be avoided?-good read
http://m.themonitor.com/opinion/mexico-49819-travel-washington.html
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MEXICO:  125 People Rescued in Tamaulipas in Last 15 Days
http://tinyurl.com/3z2hdne
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Pancho Villa relative is Mexico’s newest tough cop
http://www.miamiherald.com/2011/05/04/2200722/pancho-villa-relative-is-mexicos.html
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NOGALES, MEXICO:  Suspected Zeta Behind Bars
http://tinyurl.com/3rcetar
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Ya Basta de Sangre!: Final Declaration from the “Youth in the National Emergency” Meeting in Cuernavaca, Mexico
http://tinyurl.com/3z8kvax
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Drug cartels taking over government roles in parts of Mexico
-this goes along with an item above where the chief and all 23 police officers were in the LFM cartel.
http://tinyurl.com/3qusn93
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MEXICO: Narco corridos banned in Chihuahua
(Narco corridos are drug trafficking ballads especially popular in Mexican states where drug trafficking has been a way of life for many generations.  The ballads often will speak of a particular group’s rivals, and thus they do lead to violence.  A short time ago, several items posted in M3 reported attacks while bands performed, and several singers and a TV personality have been slain.)
http://tinyurl.com/3m5tqod
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MEXICO: Unemployment rate in falls to 4.61 percent; average wage rises
http://www.southernpulse.com/CustomContentRetrieve.aspx?ID=3888012
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Juárez officials return weapons to traffic cops for their safety
http://tinyurl.com/3j43cmr
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Over 100 Americans killed in Mexico last year
http://tinyurl.com/3jvkjge
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MEXICO: Over 150 People Killed in Juarez Last Month
-actual count 170, but keeps increasing as bodies are discovered.
http://www.ktsm.com/news/over-150-people-killed-in-juarez-last-month
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15 people killed in separate attacks in Mexico’s Acapulco
http://tinyurl.com/3cfb5jp
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Intelligence Agency Predicts Escalated Violence in Northern Mexico
http://tinyurl.com/6f68d82
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Dying in Mexico
 

http://www.cityweekly.net/utah/blog-5572-dying-in-mexico.html
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Bin Laden, the Drug War and the Kingpin Strategy
http://tinyurl.com/3vdl5tk
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Germany’s president backs Mexico’s war on drug cartels
http://tinyurl.com/3hmzvs3
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MEXICO:  “Drug War” Has Intensified Violence Against Women
http://tinyurl.com/3jv7st5
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Mexican military, police brutalize illegal aliens from Central America
http://tinyurl.com/3rr93z3
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Domestic News – United States

Texas Senate passes bill targeting flow of guns, cash into Mexico

Obama administration plans an “index” of southwest border security
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TEXAS:  State Senate honors Zapata with resolution
 
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Congressman Outraged That 3 Convicts in Terror-Related Cases Were Granted U.S. Citizenship 
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Why is the government covering up the murder of Border Patrol Officer Brian Terry?
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Related to above: Issa Grills Attorney General Holder on Operation Fast & Furious and Project Gunrunner
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Bipartisan effort to terminate Mexican cross-border trucking program
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Congress to Hillary: Designate drug cartels as terrorists
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CALIFORNIA: New Mexican consul is a survivor of drug wars
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Border Patrol now working I-20 in Mississippi-video
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TEXAS:  CBP Officers Say They’ve Seen Increase in Cocaine Smuggling
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NEW YORK STATE: Five Illegal Immigrants Turned Over To U.S. Border Patrol
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CALIFORNIA:  Suspected smugglers leave boat at beach, arrested in Anaheim
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Feds Allow Illegal Aliens to Cross Border 14 Times Before Charging Them With Felony, Sheriff Tells Congress
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TEXAS:  Reynosa man caught smuggling $800,000 in cocaine
 
 
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Four illegal aliens arrested after allegedly robbing, killing man in Texas – Colombian nationals
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ARIZONA:  Crime Trackers: Border Patrol’s Forward Operating Bases
 
 
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FLORIDA: Three DMV employees accused of taking payoffs for driver’s licenses
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Illegal aliens plead guilty to selling heroin to high school students in Nevada
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ARIZONA:  Show Low homicide victims identified: 2 in custody
-one suspect likely escaped to Mexico
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TEXAS:  Armed Men Open Fire on Driver in Brownsville
-More confirmation of cartel inside the U.S.
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FLORIDA:  Fugitive member of Pablo Escobar’s Colombian drug cartel pleads guilty to conspiracy
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Immigrant Girl is rescued by Border Patrol unit in Western Arizona desert
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ARIZONA:  3 guilty of trying to trade drugs for missiles, other weapons for Mexican drug cartel
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Gun Probe’s Tactics Criticized – Lawmakers Slam Holder for ATF Operation That Let Weapons Get Into Mexico
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TEXAS:  Pharr woman arrested smuggling cocaine under her clothes
 
 
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TEXAS:  Two Mexican nationals arrested at checkpoint on drug charges
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NORTH CAROLINA:  Three indicted following meth bust – Cartels active in as US.
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TEXAS:  Somali Human Smuggler Sentenced to 10 Years
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NORTH CAROLINA:  Illegal immigrant charged with cocaine sales
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WASHINGTON: May Day protests against Port Angeles Border Patrol’s new headquarters
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NORTH CAROLINA:  Court records: Woman forced to work as prostitute at Sanford brothel
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NEW YORK  Undocumented Immigrant Arrested In Deadly DWI Crash
 
 
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SOUTH CAROLINA:  SUR-13 gang member pleads guilty to federal immigration charge
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6 Responses to “Mexico: April Most Violent Month; Intelligence Agency Predicts Escalated Violence”

  1. a Says:

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  2. Liz castilla Says:

    Its really sad that you think this way it really selfish that you think that America belongs to you when you know that America is the Land of the free and and the home of the brave.I know that you have the right to expresion but use it wisely please and stop the heattread remember that in this world what goes around come around and sometimes we need from whom we least expect.

  3. GRA Says:

    Another thing that need to be addressed is the way of killing that changed in Mexico over the years. This is Islam/Muslim teaching and they are training and converting the Mexico people a lot of them and using them to their benifits. We know it is not going to end> It is already spilling into the USA and building their army as we know. Obama agenda!!

  4. GRA Says:

    Another thing that need to be addressed is the way of killing that changed in Mexico of the years. This is Islam/Muslim teaching and they are training and converting the Mexico people a lot of them and using them to their benifits. We know it is not going to end> It is already spilling into the USA and building their army as we know. Obama agenda!!

  5. Rick Carey Says:

    Anybody who is interested in what’s going on at the border and around the country and drugs and gangs related info should should not miss out on the M3 report. This is not info see in the main stream media. You guys do one fantastic job and I highly recomend your M3 report and all the post on facebook’.
    Thanks

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