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HIDALGO, NUEVO LEÓN
State and federal authorities, including Mexican Army, captured 2 Zeta leaders last night, along with 18 gunmen. The cartel was meeting in a bar, and was allegedly to pay those that controlled drug sales in Hidalgo, El Carmen, Abasolo, and Mina. Detained were the head of the square identified as El Chicho, along with another leader called El Sapo, prompting a shootout inside the bar. One cartel gunman was shot.
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS
A federal court in San Antonio, Texas imposed a sentence of 18 years and six months in prison by Mexican drug trafficker Juan Jose Quintero Payan, Don Juanjo , considered the second most important man of the Juarez cartel after Amado Carrillo Fuentes disappeared. Quintero Payan, 69, also must pay a fine of $ 250 000 and subject to federal supervision for four years after release.
Mexican Army and authorities have made one arrest and seized 47 thousand packages of marijuana weighing four tons, 314 grams. Also seized US$50,000, four rifles, 69 magazines, two thousand 38 cartridges of different calibers, a vehicle, three antennas, radio equipment.
Clashes between Mexican Army and cartel assassins have left the city residents frightened, and six persons dead. Three are known to be bad guys, bub more information was not reported. They seized two AK-47 guns, a rifle M-2 plus 39 magazines, 253 cartridges caliber 7.62 and a Ram truck reported stolen out of Chihuahua.
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Op-Ed: Mexico, a Country in Crisis, Needs a Fix the Size of the Marshall Plan
Mexican armored-car industry grows 10 pct in 2011
Mail Bomb Prompts Mexican Archdiocese To Call For Increased Security
Mexico’s war on drugs: stories from the front line – interactive
The US gun smugglers recruited by one of Mexico’s most brutal cartels
Mexico Inaugurates Military Barracks in Violence-Plagued Town
South America Consolidates Its Role as an Emerging Power
Peru finds new solution to an old problem
Brazil launches program to curb the use of crack
Noriega, ‘old and tired,’ heads back to Panama cell
Domestic News – United States
Islamic terrorists plot to attack U.S. from Mexico
The Dark Side of Legalizing Pot
Fast and Furious Victims’ Voices Live On Through Their Families
Report: untold grief of Gunwalker victims demands justice
Rep. Sandy Adams: Holder either ‘incompetent’ or ‘not being truthful,’ should step down
Issa and Holder–the tale of the six boxes
Adams Grills Holder Over Fast and Furious Operation-must watch
Rep. Michael McCaul widens House investigation into U.S. gun trafficking sting in Mexico
Issa threatens Holder with contempt of Congress charge
Congressman Steve King on FOX News – Attorney General Holder
The holiday season doesn’t slow Mexican cartels from smuggling illicit drugs
Border Security is Food Security in Texas, & Public Records are only for Generals
DHS IG: Border Patrol Agent Training, Weapons ‘Have Not Kept Pace with Increased Violence’ They Face
Zambada Niebla Case Exposes US Drug War Quid Pro Quo
Coast Guard Cutters Bertholf, Boutwell nab drugs, smugglers on high seas
Hunters, Ranchers, Oil Field Workers Help Provide Valuable Intelligence
ICE, federal and local partners, seize 300 kilograms of cocaine in Puerto Rico with estimated street value of $6.5 million
Undocumented sex offender banned from U.S. legalization processes for life
Obama announces commitment to helping lgbt asylum seekers
Clamping down on corrupt border patrol agents
Congressional Hispanic Caucus moves against Alabama immigration law
Teen Sexually Assaulted 8-Year-Old Boy, Deputies Say
Central Americans in U.S. Face Dangerous Trip Home
Companies Prepare for Paperwork as California Enacts Anti-Trafficking Law
Meth found in canned cheese sauce, jalapenos
Hidden human trafficking problem
Sonora man gets 15 years in trafficking case
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