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At about 8am on Tuesday, 12/6, armed men in trucks stopped in front of residents, fired several bursts of gunfire into the air, and found two wrapped bodies in the street. They then placed a bottle of beer with each, and left. the medical examiner said hey died from multiple gunshot wounds. Only one of the 2 was subsequently identified.
GUADALUPE, NUEVO LEÓN
Three men been arrested by the Mexican military in the execution of 3 bodyguards of the state Governor. They are also responsible for the killings of three police officers in Guadalupe (part of the Monterrey metro area), and the death of Carlos Alberto Reyes Almaguer, who served as chief of bodyguards for the mayor of San Pedro.
Three bodies were dumped in the span of one hour. Two of these were women, one aged 45-50, the other 25-30 years old. They were dumped together in one site, and the man elsewhere. A subsequent report gave the identity of the dead, and said the two women worked in a nearby sock factory and the man was a dog trainer.
The federal police have arrested 6 CIDA (Acapulco cartel) members after they opened fire of the feds. They seized AK-47 rifles, a pistol, body armor and 7,383 cartridges. They were also seized communication equipment and bags of green grass with the characteristics of marijuana. The six have all been identified as engaging in extortion, kidnapping and murder. The authorities go on to say that due to consistent seizures and arrests, the cartel has been greatly weakened and is close to disappearing.
The bodies of two men were found near city hall. Neither has been identified. Authorities were alerted by an anonymous call.
At about 1:30 pm on Wednesday 12/7, a group of armed men arrived at a home, and executed three young men inside. Of note is that the report of the shooting was sent via Twitter to the Attorney General’s office.
A Saturday night shootout between the Mexican military and Zetas left two bad guys dead, two wounded, and two more arrested. Seized were long guns, grenades, body armor, more than two thousand cartridges of different calibers and two trucks.
The 66 year old aunt and 39 year old cousin of Ulises Martinez Gonzalez aka “El Mojo”, were assassinated Tuesday evening while walking along a street. El mojo was a leader of the Gulf Cartel (CDG), who was killed during a clash with federal authorities on June 6. Another aunt was dismembered and his wife shot 3 times, with the bodies dumped, on June 29 and November 4 respectively. The neighborhood of the shooting is considered to be territory of the Gulf cartel leaders in Morelos.
Gunmen attack ambulance in Mexico, kill 4 people
Mexico’s drug wars: mystery surrounds how many are dying, and who
Mexico says foiled plan to smuggle in Gaddafi son
Mexico Captures ‘Leader’ of Independent Cartel of Acapulco
Mexico seizes 226 tons of chemical used in meth
Military restores order, but not confidence, to embattled Mexican border town
UK protests to Argentina over Falklands
Honduran journalist shot, killed outside her home
Two Dead, 14 Wounded in Bombing in Colombia
Mexico: Civil society organizations to host forum: “Justice for murdered and disappeared journalists”
New group identified in Guadalajara
10 Suspects Arrested for Attack on Bar in Northern Mexico
Mexican drug cartels profiting from high local cocaine prices (Australia)
The cartels continue to spread their influence worldwide.
Mexican Police Find Nearly $1 Million in Cash Hidden in Truck
Peru’s Shining Path defeated, rebel leader admits
‘Los Zetas’ Gain Growing Control on Mexico-Guatemala Border
Guatemala Seizes 159 Kilos of Cocaine in Abandoned Shipping Container
Heating Up the Plaza: How Mexico’s Gangs Use Scorched Earth Tactics
Mexico’s war on drugs blights resort of Acapulco
Mexican Oil Company Reports Surge in Fuel Theft
Political protesters in Guyana clash with police
Arrest of Medellin Kingpin May Intensify City’s Gang Wars
Colombians stage big anti-FARC protests
Brazil’s economy sputters in third quarter
Honduran Government Authorizes Military Support for Police
Police attack mayoral candidate’s press team in Caracas
Chilean President Calls for Unrelenting Fight against Drug Traffickers
The Enigma and Infamy of Femicides in Mexico and Guatemala
3 Guatemalan men arrested in Mass. for killing a woman in their native country
Authorities bust Guatemala-to-Jordan sex-trafficking ring
Journalists assaulted by police while covering demonstration
Domestic News – United States
‘Fast and Furious’ Legacy: Guns Will Be Used in Crime ‘For Years to Come’
Are Zetas operating as police impersonators in the United States?
DOJ’s Fast and Furious Cover-up Coming Apart at the Seams
Holder Says Definition Of “Lying” To Congress Depends On “State Of Mind”
Grassley calls for Lanny Breuer’s resignation from DOJ
Eric Holder’s New Scandal: Money Laundering For Cartels
Mexican, U.S. officials denounce alleged infiltration tactics used by DEA agents
Good amigos: DEA operation reveals new bonds between US and Mexico
Is the United States a Narco ‘Safe Haven’ for Mexican Drug Lords?
Border town split by post-9/11 fears
Man deported from the United States fourteen times
CBP Changing Security Standards to Define Acceptable Illegal Immigration Level
“…officials have had discussions about whether an acceptable level of illegal migration could be tolerated as a matter of policy…”
U.S. Border Patrol detains fugitive Breckenridge (Colo) attorney Scoop Daniel, wanted on charges of felony theft
Man on dialysis deported, then let back in US
Border Patrol agent fatally shoots man near the border, authorities say
Father of Shohn Huckabee describes fight to get son out of Juárez
Border apprehensions are down for a simple reason…Obama is not allowing them
Immigrants Rescued from Poor Conditions at Avondale Drop House
Does This Mexican Compound House Tons of U.S. Spies?
(A year ago, the M3 Report had a report on the US presence in Mexico. It’s being posted again for those who did not subscribe back then.)
“La Amenaza Iraní,” a Documentary on the Emerging Iranian Threat to the U.S. and Latin America on December 8
Probe on ‘L.A.-Eleven’ human trafficking case yields more questions than answers
Agents seize 25 pounds of cocaine
Border patrol finds 100 pounds of meth worth $750K
2 new Border Patrol agents find 800 pounds of pot abandoned
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