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**Asterisk denotes death involving a police officer or a member of the military serving in that capacity.
MONTERREY, NUEVO LEÓN*
A municipal police officer, Ariel Corpus Prado, 47 years old, was executed while on patrol. His partner was not injured. They had observed a subject acting suspiciously, and on approaching him, they came under attack.
The general manager of the newspaper El Buen Tono here has asked the Attorney General to disseminate photos from security tapes when their newspaper offices were attacked and burned. He complains of lack of action by state authorities and a possible cover up, and is asking the investigation be turned over to federal investigators. A week after the fire, the newspapers website was attacked. Many of the employees have resigned out of fear.
MEXICO CITY, DISTRITO FEDERAL
The Mexican Army has announced the arrest of Alfredo Alemán Narváez,known as “El Comandante Alemán”, who was responsible for activities of the Los Zetas in San Luis Potosí. No further information was in the report.
LA CHICAYOTA, SINALOA
Military personnel located a clandestine drug lab on Thursday 11/17, and dismantled it. Seized was – 746 kilograms of methamphetamine and 953 liters of the same drug.
– 175 kilograms of tartaric acid.
– 325 kilograms of caustic soda.
– 150 liters of toluene.
– 150 liters of hydrochloric acid.
– 100 liters of acetone.
– 340 liters of unknown substances.
– Five reactors for the synthesis.
-Various materials for the development of such drugs.
CIUDAD JUÁREZ, CHIHUAHUA
On Thursday afternoon, a group of gunmen shot and killed 3 men in a car at the entrance to an elementary school. It is unknown if there were students present at the school at the time.
The Mexican military on Thursday 11/17 found an abandoned truck near here with 12 tons of marijuana worth about US$18 million. It appeared the truck was abandoned due to military checkpoints.
SAN BLAS, SINALOA*
Thursday afternoon, the municipal police commander of this village was shot and killed. A passerby in another vehicle was wounded. The report says this brings to 81 the total officers at various levels that have been killed this year.
The director of the state investigation agency, or AEI, was attacked late Thursday. Guillermo Romero Robles had received a summons to respond and did so with his bodyguards. He was reported to be uninjured, but one bodyguard was killed and several others wounded.
Mexican President Names New Interior Minister
Gunmen kill federal prosecutor in Mexico*
Stratfor: The Mexican Drug Cartel Threat in Central America
In Acapulco, it’s mayhem by the beach
Mexico state’s rights officials allege former police chief abused, tortured suspects
Study: Mexico Drug-War Deaths May Have Peaked
UTB Professor Says Mexico Failing in War Against Cartels
Two Newspaper Employees Missing in Zacatecas, Attack on Newspaper in Coahuila
“El Narco”: The drug war next door
Mexico to Purge 1,500 Feds by December, in Anti-Corruption Drive
Mexico’s Lopez Obrador to run for president in 2012
Former Mexican ruling party gets teachers’ backing, builds momentum for return to power
Venezuela Sends National Guard To The Streets To Fight Crime
Nicaragua’s top cop, who once wanted to be a nun, fends off drug gangs
Dangerous work: “The Mine” in Guatemala City
Guatemala: 60 percent of workers earn less then minimum wage
Mexican State Cracks Down on Corrupt Cops
Costa Rica caught up in drug war
Unemployment on the Rise in Honduras
Honduras Receives Planes from U.S. to Fight Drug Trafficking
Guatemala authorizes extradition of former president to U.S.
Ecuadorean Police Seize Almost Half a Ton of Cocaine
Colombia’s FARC Rebels Pick Hardline New Leader
Deported Man Paid $4,000 to Sneak Back Into Canada,
Reveals Thriving People Smuggling Industry
Domestic News – United States
Mexico Asks US to Extradite Weapons Suspects
Michigan made aircraft used to protect U.S. borders
Grassley going for Eric Holder’s jugular
New emails: DOJ, Eric Holder manipulated press for favorable ‘Fast and Furious’ coverage
Fox News Covers Fast & Furious News Conference
Attack On White House By Mexican Cartel Stuns Obama Regime
US probes ties between Mexican Zetas, Chicago area; 12 arrested in Chicago, another in Texas
Show evidence against border agent
Sixth largest cross border drug tunnel discovered in San Diego
Feds: Mexican cartel plotted attack against US
Drug Cartels Operating out of Dallas
24 Hours on the Border – CBS 5 – KPHO
Cell phones aid in border smuggling
Battle for the Border: Austin Residents Helping Police Fight Cartel
Brazilian woman convicted of visa fraud conspiracy involving more than 1,000 illegal workers
Teen arrested trying to smuggle ammunition into Mexico
Feds make arrests in international firearms trafficking probe
Congressman says Obama’s immigration strategy a “backdoor amnesty policy”
Homeland Security Officials Bust Alleged Mexican Gang Members In East Harlem
Human-smuggling boat stopped off Seal Beach
DHS might adopt Defense tech for border surveillance, and hire vets to run it
U.S. Border Patrol Report-Blaine, WA
Ambos Nogales: “tunnel capital of the U.S.-Mexico border”
Another cross-border tunnel found in Otay Mesa
Crackdown Resumes on Firms’ Illegal Hires
Gang members sentenced for trafficking teens in hotels
US Sentences Extradited Colombia Paramilitary NarcoTrafficker to 33 Years
19-year-old arrested trying to smuggle sniper-style rifle out of US
PA House Okays Penalties For Hiring Undocumented Immigrants
5 Dominicans indicted on US drug charges
New York State Board of Regents votes to back state financial aid for undocumented students
Matamoros Man Sentenced In Immigrant Smuggling Ring
10-year term for man busted at checkpoint
Catholic Church Meddling in Politics of Immigration…Again
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