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**Asterisk denotes death involving a police officer or a member of the military serving in that capacity.
HIDALGO, NUEVO LEÓN
A well known local dentist, 61 years old, left his home on Monday 11/7, and came between a group of gunmen and the Mexican Army. He was hit with several bullets, and rescued by the military, but died at the hospital.
A Municipal Police officer was shot and killed by a group of assassins on Tuesday afternoon 11/8.
MONTERREY, NUEVO LEÓN*
A State Police Officer was shot and killed inside his patrol unit at about 8 am on Tuesday morning, 11/8. He was identified as Jose Luis Castillo Valerio, aged 50, who had 26 years with the State Police and an impeccable record. The assassination occurred near an elementary and kindergarten school. Narco banners were then hung on his car. A mother bringing her children to school was gravely wounded, and is fighting for her life in a hospital. The shooting was in front of the home of Aldo Fasci Zuazua, former Secretary of Security for the state. A police spokesman was quick to say there had been no threats against Aldo Fasci, and “it was just a coincidence”. But Aldo Fasci said it was a message to him, and he didn’t know who was responsible, if was a cartel or the Federal government.
The controversial former official gave a press conference where he said he received a message, from the State of Nuevo Leon saying the head of the PGR (Attorney General’s office) was upset with him, and asking him to “tone it down”. It is noteworthy that Aldo Fasci was responsible for representing the citizens who were affected in the Casino Royale case, which he investigated and put pressure on the authorities to tell the truth, as some officials have claimed that the situation will be forgotten. Aldo Fasci, also said he will continue working, but stated that he is already “dead” thanks to the threats he has received, and adding that the execution took place today outside his home. The former official said, ” The message is for me.”
The violence continues in the city, as several clashes were recorded between cartel and the military on Tuesday the 8th. The 3 clashes resulted in a ‘red alert’ to warn residents. There are unconfirmed reports that 3 bad guys were killed and 2 soldiers wounded.
ALLENDE, NUEVO LEÓN
A Jehovah Witness preacher was executed in his truck along a roadway. He was enroute to preach at El Alamo.
STATE OF MEXICO
Tuesday, 11/8, the Attorney General for the State of Mexico announced the arrest of Alejandro Chavez Moreno, alias Alex, who is identified as chief killer of La Mano con Ojos cartel. The 33 year old man admitted to participating in at least 70 executions, and said many of the victims were beheaded, all with the purpose of maintaining control of the group. Also captured were Manuel Chavarria Hernandez, alias El Jarro, 35, and Jorge Perez Pastelín, aka El Pastllito, 41.
As part of Operation Guerrero Seguro, Federal police captured 5 members of CIDA, or the Cártel Independiente de Acapulco. The five were involved in or selling drugs.
The Federal Police received a call of a drug load on a train, coming from Hermosillo and stopped it near this town. Recovered from one of the cars was 630 kilograms of marijuana in 60 packages. Three men sent with it to guard it were detained.
An attorney was driving his car when he was intercepted by gunmen, who then assassinated him. His body was left in the car. He was the brother of the head of Civil Protection in Delicias, Chihuahua.
JILOTLAN DE LOS DOLORES, JALISCO
The Mexican military located and dismantled 2 narco labs. One was located here, where they found 4 kilos 700 grams of chemicals to manufacture synthetic drugs, 49 drums, each with capacity of 200 liters, 20 tanks of gas , seven stills, four dryers, three water tanks, each with a capacity of 5,000 liters, two boilers, a weighing machine, and a dryer with 200 kilograms of marijuana, a long gun and 10 cartridges. Then in Jamay, Jalisco, the military on routine patrol discovered another lab with two kilograms of methamphetamine, 100 grams of Crystal , just over a kilo of chemicals to manufacture synthetic drugs, five plastic containers, each with a capacity of five liters, three steel vats with capacity of about one thousand liters, three metal stills with a capacity of approximately 200 liters, two tanks of gas , and other diverse material. In San Miguel el Alto, Jalisco, soldiers were able to locate a person who had 50 doses of Crystal , 50 grams of synthetic drug, a kilo 500 grams of marijuana, a long weapon , 23 rounds of ammo, a fragmentation grenade, and a vehicle.
The military announced on Thursday that on Monday a narco camp was discovered, and the forces seized 14 long guns, five fragmentation grenades, a thousand 844 cartridges, 58 magazines, and three late-model vehicles.
MARIN, NUEVO LEÓN
Authorities received an anonymous call on Wednesday 11/9, reporting 2 dead men. The bodies were at a property taken by force by gunmen, and had been burned. Investigators said they could find the remains of more victims.
GALEANA, NUEVO LEÓN
Military forces found 30 pieces of various mutilated persons scattered in the brush, and three industrial drums with ashes, hair and pieces of skin near here. Dozens of shell casings from AK-47’s were also found.
Mexico detains a top operator of Sinaloa cartel
Violence in Nicaragua after Ortega election victory
-At least four people were shot dead.
Retired General Sweeps Guatemala Election
Chasing a Deadly Sueño: A Tico’s last journey
-First in a two-part series: Search for a better life ends in tragedy. Tico
refers to Costa Rica in Central America. Sueño means dream.
Mexico military personnel get long terms in civilian killings
US Predicts Return to Caribbean Drug Trafficking Routes
Los Zetas Draws New Smuggling Routes Through Belize
Mexico’s Los Zetas Cartel Buying Heavy Weapons in Central America
A Mexican Drug Cartel Killed Another Blogger
Mexican drug cartel tries to silence Internet
Bolivia Restores Ties with US, But Rejects DEA
CANADA: Four arrested in border jump attempt
With Lorenzana Arrest, Guatemala Raises Game Against Old-School Traffickers
No more 24-hour bars and night clubs in Panama
Peru Extends State Of Emergency In Andean Regions
How Community Ties Kept ‘Mara’ Gangs Out of Nicaragua
Brazil police: Rio’s most-wanted trafficker caught
Domestic News – United States
Ex-U.S. Attorney Burke admits to leaking whistle-blower’s records
Fundraiser Scheduled for Slain Border Patrol Agent’s Family to Attend Court Dates
‘The Fast and Scurrilous’: A Statistical Numbers Game that Cost the Life of Border Agent Brian Terry
Brian Terry’s Family to File Wrongful Death Suit?-Video
No Apology: Holder Says ‘Not Fair’ to Assume Fast and Furious ‘Directly’ Led to Border Agent’s Death
Grassley: Holder refusing to provide 11 witnesses for Fast and Furious interviews
TEXAS: Arrests In 3 Murder Cases: Police Say Victims Were Targets of Cartels
TEXAS: Battle for the Border: Port Mansfield Dangers
TEXAS: Sex offender caught entering country
Nogales CBP Officers Make Significant Drug Seizure
Mexican TCO Members Quietly Living Among Us – For Now
Political frameup? How jailed border agent got shafted
Documents reveal confirmation prosecutors knew abuse ‘victim’ lied
The 2011 International Drug Policy Reform Conference Meets in Los Angeles
Union President Gives Congress Emails Backing Testimony: ICE Ordered Agents Not to Arrest Illegals
ARIZONA: Convicted child abuser banned from US for life
-After serving 70 months for reentry after formal deportation.
Senators to Obama, DHS: Stop ignoring illegal alien sanctuaries
California Fights Illegal Shuttles at Border Crossings
US Drug Arrest Rate Dropping, But Still Sky High
Mayors address crime corridor along I-5
Mexico’s Symbol of Drug War Resistance Says It’s Our Fight, Too
Border Surveillance Plan Stumbles as Two-Thirds of Mexico Declared Unsafe
Border Patrol Interpreter Service Translates To Arrests and Deportations
TEXAS: Border shootout puts alleged drug smuggler in the hospital
FLORIDA: Drug defendant nearly drowns trying to escape
Report Faults Border Patrol on Bus and Train Searches
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