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Military Authorities Deploy 2,290 Soldiers To 22 municipalities in Tamaulipas state to aid state security forces.-Vanguardia and others
Mexican government asks for help to locate 14 missing children. In February 2009, authorities confirmed that 14 children disappeared from 3 different shelters, victims of human trafficking. Even two and a half years after offering a 15 million pesos (over US $1 million), there has been no trace of them. There have been 47 people arrested so far, including one man extradited from Spain. Another has been sentenced to prison, a doctor that furnished medical excuses for the children’s absences.-CNN Mexico
Blog del Narco (www.blogdelnarco.com)
(Each time an item refers to another police officer being killed,including military acting in that capacity, there will be an asterisk.)
WARNING: May have graphic photos. Viewer discretion.
The remains of an executed man were left in plastic bags near a bus station. The man had been dismembered, flayed, and then his face burned. The facial photo is worse than out of a horror movie, and thus not included here. A message was left with it directed to the state attorney general.
CIUDAD ISLA, VERACRUZ*
Ricardo Reyes Alvarez, municipal police chief, was executed and two men with him were wounded. Reports are that he had been threatened.
CIUDAD JUAREZ, CHIHUAHUA*
Prison guard executed while driving on motorcycle.
Ten members of an assassin group called La Barredora were captured, including Sergio Díaz Cisneros, the boss, who is responsible for the killing of two federal police in May.
A 35 yr. old woman, six months pregnant, was driving with her daughter, when they were attacked by gunmen. She was killed and the daughter was wounded.
A young man of about 20 was tortured, and then beheaded. His body was left on the street with the head between his legs.
State police developed information from a recent arrest, and found a clandestine narco grave beside a house. In it was a body with a plastic bag over the upper part. Reports say it had been there about a year and a half.
Authorities found the bodies of five people, all executed. Four were adults, and one was a boy less than 4 years of age. His father was also killed.
Municipal and state police responded to a report of a butchered man dumped. One arrivals they found the remains in the open, and not bagged.
An armed group stormed violently into the offices of El Sol de Chilpancingo, and demanded suspension of the evening edition. The reporters and journalists complied. They also demanded that other journalists not print the message to the attorney general (first item above).
One Mexican Marine and one gunman died in a shootout. However, witnesses said that it was not just one Marine killed, but five and the bodies were taken by their team mates.
PUERTO VALLARTA, JALISCO
A group of gunmen attempted to kidnap a man, and when he resisted, the executed him. (see item below on cruise line suspending stops in Puerto Vallarta.)
Another narco grave discovered near where 13 bodies were found in April. This time, two executed bodies were recovered.
A father was driving with his 4 and 7 year old daughters. Gunmen shot and killed him, and wounded the older daughter in the leg.
MONTERREY, NUEVO LEÓN
Three bodyguards for the state governor were kidnapped and have not been heard from since. Previously, two of his bodyguard’s dismembered bodies were dumped near the governor’s residence.
COYUCA DE BENÍTEZ, GUERRERO*
The body of an executed man was identified as a Marine.
JUÁREZ, NUEVO LEÓN
The military located a Zeta narco camp, where people were tortured, executed and bodies disappeared. Eleven narco graves were found, and the report says they were ‘filled with human remains’, but there has been no body count given.
Mexico’s Calderon agrees to reconsider drug war strategy
Juárez Police Chief Julian Leyzaola survives assassination attempt
Another Mexican police chief killed*
Mexico Gangs Spread Tentacles Abroad
Nuevo Laredo is Under Martial Law
Female police chief, 2 relatives wounded in attack in Mexico
More Details Surrounding the Arrest of “La Familia” Drug Cartel Leader
Mexico officials say capo sought to ally with foes
Mexican Gang Moves Into Guatemala
Central America struggles with drugs
UNODC Releases 2011 World Drug Report
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Princess Cruises cancels 3 stops in Puerto Vallarta, citing violence
A life of danger for Mexico’s journalists
Mexico Gangs Spread Tentacles Across World
Domestic News – United States
Shooting of man by Border Patrol agent renews debate on use of force
(This happens each time there is one of these incidents. What many journalists and most people do not realize is that the ‘rocks’ are not always fist size ones; they may be large enough to easily crush an Agent’s skull. The photo below shows hole made in the windshield of a vehicle I was driving. It was half of a cement block with the hollow filled with cement.)
ICE agents warn Americans “to brace themselves for what’s coming”
Krauthammer Slams Obama Admin’s “Lawlessness” On Immigration
Mexican troops cross into the United States at Bridge Two
War on the Border Patrol
Late Border Patrol agent to be honored with field renaming
Woman Busted With $2.5 Mil In Cocaine
Hidden camera video shows a link between smugglers and the Arizona wildfires
Cardiologist, Ex-Wife Indicted In Illegal Immigrant Case
Analysis: Unemployment and Underemployment in 2011
The Reckless Folly of the ‘Undocumented Immigrant
US pledges more foreign aid to fight drug cartels
U.S. Border Patrol Seizes $300K Worth of Cocaine
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