Cartel Head Escapes, Others Caught; MALDEF wants 2nd all-Latino district in California


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Mexican Marines and federal police announced they have arrested the leader of the Independent Cartel of Acapulco (CIDA) and 3 others, including one minor. The leader, known as ‘El Koreano’, retired as an agent of the state police 3 years ago. All four arrested have been flown to Mexico City. He was connected to the killing of 18 from Michoacan which were then buried in a clandestine grave in Tuncingo.-


The month of July recorded 157 homicides in the state, down from 178 in June. These included 17 slain law enforcement officers from different departments.-

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**Asterisk denotes death involving a police officer or a member of the military serving in that capacity.


Two inmates murdered another because he had not paid his ‘quota’, and owed 550,000 pesos (US $46,838.44). Guards caught them in the act with a shovel. The victim had been in since March 2008.


Unknown assassins beat a man to death in the street in daytime, and returned his body to the truck.


A shootout between unknown gunmen and the Mexican Army left two of the gunmen dead, with the rest escaping. Seized were two .38 Super pistols, 21 magazines , cartridges, two HK rifles, cartridge belts, among other things.


Héctor Guajardo Hernández, alias El Huicho, who was recovering from being shot during his May 9th capture, escaped from a private hospital. Two federal agents guarding him are also missing. El Huicho was head of the Sinaloa cartel in Baja California, heir to the cell formed by El Teo, Teodoro Garcia Simental. GUADALUPE, NUEVO LEÓN

Municipal police investigating an abandoned taxi discovered a dismembered man’s bnody, with the head separate in the trunk.


The Mexican Army received a tip of armed men in an area, and came under fire when they arrived there. It was discovered to be a training camp. One gunmen was killed, and the rest escaped. Seized were five rifles, 33 magazines , a thousand 500 cartridges, two tactical vests, three plates for body armor, four ammo carriers, nine radios, silhouette shooting targets, a Volvo truck, a Toyota truck, among other things.


Municipal and state police officers responded to a report of a dead body in La Primavera Dam. They found a woman’s body, originally discovered by people fishing there. The victim had a plastic bag secured over her head.


The Mexican military observed a group of gunmen near the free road between Matamoras and Reynosa. An intense shootout began, resulting in the three bad guys being killed. Inside the vehicle, two men that had been kidnapped were found handcuffed and executed. Rifles, magazines. ammunition and a vehicle were seized.


The month of August began as the end of the last month, with more bodies. Police received a report of an abandoned vehicle, and found a man and woman executed in the back seat. They had been shot multiple times in the head.


It is being reported that bodies found a couple of days ago were Ernesto Hernández Medellín, municipal police supervisor, and his son Missael Hernández. (This locale on the edges of the Monterrey municipal area has lost a lot of it’s police to the violence.)


Narco banners were placed around the town by the Knights Templar, directed to President Calderón.


Authorities today announced that Nestor Ramirez Muñoz, aka El Silver, was captued a week ago. He was the chief operating officer of the Knights Templar in Morelia, and controlled the main entances to the city. He was connected to the kidnapping of 21 people massacred in June. Rene Lopez Anguiano, 27 yrs old, was also caught. He is a fomer state policeman, and acted as Muñoz’ bodyguard.


Mexican federal police carried out major operation, capturing Nery Salgado Harrison, alias Yupo, the head of the Knights Templar for Apatzingan. he began his criminal career at 18, dealing cocaine, and a year later, joined the the LFM led by El Chango. Because of his success in getting larger amounts of ice (meth) into the US, he was given the Apatzingan plaza and control of several clandestine ice labs. After the death of Nazario Moreno Gonzalez, aka El Chayo, in December 2010 during a shootout with the military and breaks in the LFM, he joined Servando Gómez Martínez, alias La Tuta and Henry Plancarte Solis, in the Knights Templar. He provided the authorities with additional information o the Knights Templar, and alliances with other cartels



Authorities received a report of two dismenbered women in 3 plastic boxes left along roadway, with 2 narco messages. The remains were later identified as the nieces of the head of the Ministry of Social Development (SEDESOL) in Nuevo Leon.


Sunday, two women were executed in the street, ith a Jeep parked nearby which belonged to them. They were later identified as two 28 year old women by relatives.


Municipal police officers found 3 executed men inside a taxi, who were themselves armed. One of the weapons was an Uzi, and there was both cocaine and crack cocaine.


Federal highway police clashed with gunmen between the two name communities along the Uruapan-Los Reyes Highway. This resulted in five bad guys killed, and the seizure of two vehicles, five assault rifles, magazines, ammunition, among other things.


Colombian Rebels Kill Police Officer During Rescue Operation*

Deputy Chief, a 14 yr. veteran, died during rescue of a kidnapped man.


Sixth Colombian Police Dies in Plane Crash******


Mexican authorities confirm arrest of reputed Juarez cartel boss, present him to media


Poverty grew in Mexico to nearly half the population, study finds

The government of President Felipe Calderon blames the poverty numbers on the global financial crisis that sent Mexico into recession in 2009 and the worldwide hike in food prices.


US Court Documents Claim Sinaloa “Cartel” Is Protected by US Government


Court rejects former Guatemalan first lady’s presidential run

“Obviously, in trying to get around this law, as the tribunal ruled, legal fraud was committed”, –Guatemalan Supreme Court Chief Justice Luis Archila


21 top prosecutors quit as Mexico continues purge


El Salvador police say farmer and son take, then free 30 hostages at evangelical church


Cutter Seneca makes first interdiction of Western Caribbean drug sub and underwater



Honduras Recovers Another 4.5 Tons of Cocaine from Drug Sub ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Honda to build new plant in Mexico


Teen Hitwoman Arrested in Colombia


Mexican police: Drug gang leader says he ordered 1,500 killings


Mexico’s cartels rely on their cash crop:Marijuana ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Mexican police search for missing pollsters


Colombian Rebels Release 5 Kidnapped Oil Workers ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Violence driving more affluent Mexicans to U.S. cities, including



Domestic News – United States


Open letter to Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne: Prosecute the ATF People Responsible for Fast and Furious under State Law


For Mexicans, Fast and Furious conflict confirms U.S. role in Mexico’s violence


Obama and the Drug Cartels


Life on the Line


Latino activist group MALDEF wants a 2nd all-Latino district in California



49 Arrested, Drugs, Weapons Seized In Sweep


Cartels using submarines to smuggle drugs into U.S.

(And let’s not forget that the terrorists south of the border can use these same subs to smuggle in WMD’s, whether chemical, biological, or radiological such as a dirty bomb or nuclear device.)


Law inhibits many Mexican asylum cases



ATF joins with Border Patrol, Vermont locals in gun crackdown



Agency helps with child adoptions from Mexico



State lists IDs needed to comply with immigration law



County contractors required to verify workers’ immigration status


Combating Drugs: DEA and ICE Interagency Agreement has Helped, say Analysts


Farmers Oppose G.O.P. Bill on Immigration


North Carolina Illegal Alien Crime Report Archives -since 2009


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5 Responses to “Cartel Head Escapes, Others Caught; MALDEF wants 2nd all-Latino district in California”

  1. norm9do Says:

    Reply to M3…

    If these issues were noticed and brought to light, there has to be some shred of proof. But, as you rightly mention, we will have to wait and see as usual for the explosion…

  2. norm9do Says:

    Taking into consideration the ongoing investigation of Fast and Furious, I seriously question the varacity and motovation of the ATF being involved in Vermont along with any figures that they release.

    It shouldn’t come as any great surprise that the U.S. government is involved in someway with one or more drug cartels in Mexico. This will probably turn out badly as the Project Gunrunner along with Fast and Furious has for them.

  3. attilashrugs Says:

    Legalize all drugs to persons over 18.
    Seal the Border if it requires bringing home every soldier overseas to stand shoulder to shoulder from the Pacific to the mouth of the Rio Grande.
    Arrest on RICO charges ATFE and FBI and all involved in this treasonous attack upon the Second Amendment; and prosecute for accomplice to murder, conspiracy to undermine the Constitution.
    Let Issa continue, but lets have the States of AZ and NM indict those whose names come up in the ops that led to the murder in the States’ jurisdictions.

    • M3 Report Says:

      Legalization won’t solve the issues, but create new ones. First, any loss of profit to the cartels from legalization will be recovered through other criminal means such as kidnapping, extortion, large scale theft such as warehouses or oil from pipelines, human and sex trafficking, prostitution, and contract crimes such as hired killers. Second, legalizing drugs will just increase the number of non-functioning addicts/users on both sides of the border, and there is already far too many of those already living off others. Add to that the impunity for using, which can lead to increased industrial, vehicle, etc. accidents, and other consequences, and it is simply not the best answer to the current problems. Times of turmoil are not the best times to lessen societal rules/laws/structures IMHO. Just my 2¢.

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