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(Each time an item refers to another police officer being killed, including military acting in that capacity, there will be an asterisk*.)
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Municipal police officer, on duty, was chased and executed. One of the bullets also injured a woman traveling in a taxi, who was hospitalized.
Gunmen chased a car, killing one and causing it to crash into a DHL truck. They then kidnapped two others from the car and left.
Man executed in front of a church during Mass for high school graduates, causing nic among those attending.
MONTEREY, NUEVO LEÓN
Four handcuffed men were taken out of a van, and then gunned down, leaving the bodies on the street.
Police were summoned to a farm where body parts were found from a man that had been partly eaten by animals. Rib, vertebrae, a piece of hip, femur, several bones and scraps of skin were found separated, and then found the rest of what was left with clothing.
Farmers found the dismembered remains of a man off a highway from Zihuatenejo. He remains unidentified so far.
Shootout between gunmen and Mexican Marines and federal police resulted in four dead bad guys.
CIUDAD JUAREZ, CHIHUAHUA*
Two municipal police officers were shot while on duty, killing one and seriously wounding the other. A driver they were ticketing was also wounded. Chief Julian Leyzaola arrived and remained at the scene.
Residents in various locales marched, holding signs thanking the government for catching El Chango, leader of the LFM and also thanking the Knights Templar for giving them peace.
Federal Police have captured Albert González Peña or Franco Bueno Peña, known as El Tigre, is the of the Veracruz state plaza for Los Zetas.
Man decapitated and head left on the car, with narco message signed by La Mano Con Ojo.
LA PAZ, STATE OF MEXICO
Decapitated head of a man was left in front of a super market in a plastic bag, with a narco message. The body was found elsewhere in front of a business.
Seven people executed by LFM at two different places, with narco message left. The report says ‘all thanks to rivalries of the narco traffickers for the plazas’.
At least 60 migrants kidnapped in Mexico
Drug Cartels, Drug Trafficking Organizations, Organized Crime, Terrorists, Narcoterrorists, Criminal Insurgents, Transnational Criminal Organizations: What’s in a Name?
Legalizing Drugs Won’t Stop Mexico’s Brutal Cartels
UN expert urges Mexican ‘state of emergency’ to battle food poverty and obesity
Venezuela denies Chavez in critical condition
Mexican drug cartels: Where things stand
PHOTOS: Mexico details La Familia extortion practices
Mexico Cartels Defy Onslaugh
Mexico winning cartel war
(In preparing the M3 Report, large amounts of news and other items are reviewed. The learned author of this article is correct regarding the generalized street crime/ lawlessness, resulting from the cartel war. The authorities have their collective hands full dealing with the cartels and trying to limit the increasing violence. Until Mexico definitively works at eliminating corruption within it’s govnment, at all levels, there will continue to be lawlessness bred from the cartel activities.)
Mexico discovers 117 migrants hidden in truck
Camera locates tomb not seen for 1,500 years
Protesters in Peru shut down airport
Female police chief, 2 relatives wounded in attack in Mexico
(This is the same town which has had other chiefs executed, and the youngest at 20 years old that fled to the US.)
Chief who fled Mexico decries attack on police
Peru set to surpass Colombia as world’s top coca producer
Bolivia to withdraw from drugs convention over coca classification
Police find pieces of stolen Peron jewelry
Italian police announced Wednesday that they had recovered $8.5 million in stolen jewelry that belonged to Eva Perón, former first lady of Argentina, in an undercover operation.
Domestic News – United States
Border Town Residents Honor Agent Robert Rosas with a Memorial Park Bench
Are U.S. Borders Secure?
Why We Don’t Know, and How to Find Out
San Diego migrant camps expose fire danger of living in canyons
CBP Detains 15 Cuban Illegal Aliens on Monito Island
(Monito Island is a inhospitable small island between Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic.)
Bill would freeze Obama admin’s power to grant amnesty to illegal immigrants
The Human Tragedy of Illegal Immigration: Greater Efforts Needed to Combat Smuggling and Violence
Federal government ineptness main enemy of immigration law reform
Where the tunnels are: Nogales, not Douglas
Mexican and Central American Immigrants in the United States
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Texas Border Patrol Agents Seize Nearly $9M in Narcotics
Illegal alien on food stamps charged with heroin distribution in Florida
$90b spent on border security, with mixed results
Mexican Nationals Accused of Storing Pot in Starr County Ranch
US judge blocks state’s new immigration law
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