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State police and Mexican military have dismantled a Knights Templar cell operating here, and captured the leader. Alejandro Medina Heredia and/or Mariano Gómez Navarro and/or Ramiro Rodríguez Conejo, alias el Cabo and/or el Lobo, 35 years, originally from Morelia, Michoacán, and considered one of the most dangerous leaders in the Knights Templar. He was caught while traveling in a car with a bodyguard. Two kidnapped victims were freed. The cell specalized in murder and kidnapping.
The bodies of two men, butchered into pieces, was dumped and found after an anonymous tip to authorities. A narco message was left that said “All kidnapping and extortion thus ended.”
Sunday morning an Army patrol was attacked, sparking a shootout. No other information has been released.
The military seized four trucks found parked along a rural road. Inside them were drugs and weapons.
On Saturday morning, the military clashed with cartel gunmen. Six bad guys were killed, and two soldiers were wounded by gunfire. The other gunmen fled into the mountains.
CIUDAD JUAREZ, CHIHUAHUA
For two consecutive years, Mrs. Ernestina Enriquez has been searching the streets of the city for her 15 year old daughter, missing since 2005. Between 2008 and now, over 300 girls have disappeared, with 70 per cent of those in the downtown area.
Over the weekend, eight people were executed in the state of Jalisco. One was stabbed and the rest died by gunfire.
HIDALGO DEL PARRAL, CHIHUAHUA
Three men were executed at the entrance to the San Jose Hotel. Dozens of shell rifle and pistol casings were found at the scene.
LOS MOCHIS, SINALOA**
Two municipal police officers working traffic were shot and killed whale on patrol. Juan Alonso Niebla Sandoval, 33, while Ramon Adrian Higuera Soto, died while being transferred to a local hospital. In a nearby town, another policeman was kidnapped. He was assigned as the driver for the police commander in Guayabo.
Military authorities announced hat between December 10-16, there were 18 bad guys killed in various military actions.
Four people were executed over the weekend in the state.
Mexican Army Rescues 21 Kidnapped Central Americans
Another Strong Year for Latin American Exports
Latin American leaders assail U.S. drug ‘market’
Missing Juárez police officer found dead and burned
Crime sends chills through retiree oasis in Mexico
Venezuela: Radio stations closed, equipment seized
Explosion at Venezuelan Ammo Depot Damages Houses
Police find 10 bodies in Mexico clandestine graves
Colombian Paramilitaries Arrested in Venezuela
Mexican ex-officials reportedly working for US intelligence
Brazilian Police Seize 13 Tons of Pot
Colombia: 450 Former Paramilitaries Are Seeking to Surrender
Implant Sciences sells $200,000 in explosives detectors to Mexican government
Attack on Rail Line Halts Coal Exports in Colombia
Mexico Ignores Warnings about Bisphenol A
Puerto Rico Hits 1,100 Homicides for the Year So Far
For journalists, coverage of political unrest proves deadly
Honduras must investigate attacks on the press, says CPJ
Honduran Cops Suspect Plane Burned by Drug Smugglers
Drug-Lord Songs Impose New Fashions
Chile Launches its First Space Satellite into Orbit
Domestic News – United States
More Choppers, Planes to Patrol Border as Guard pulls back
U.S. Border Patrol Weekly Blotter, Blaine Sector Dec. 5 – Dec. 11
Border Patrol agent fires round at alleged drug smugglers near B&M Bridge
Gowdy on Fox News: We Don’t Have Confidence in AG Holder’s Leadership
Who is Holder protecting in Fast & Furious?
Rules Stretched as Green Cards Go to Investors
Authorities in D.C. Seize $7 Million in Guns, Drugs After Yearlong Undercover Sting
‘Comandante Wicho’ was in RGV fleeing enemies
AZ authorities arrest 203 to dismantle ‘extensive’ drug cell
El Cajon man gets 14 years for marijuana tunnels
Budget Cuts Hitting Border Security
63 arrested in ICE operation targeting criminal aliens in San Jose area
“Aliens’ histories include convictions for kidnapping, felony forgery and child sex abuse”
New surveillance towers at U.S.-Mexican border should spot a human at 7.5 miles
American Jailed in Peru Returns to New York
Border Patrol agent passes torch to daughter
Border Crossers Encounter New Delays
Obama administration attack against Sheriff Joe Arpraio escalates
Alabama’s tough new illegal immigration law cuts state unemployment
ICE agents to do Maricopa County jail screening
A four month project by a journalist.
A decade later: The city, Somalis and spending
Vast majority of Somali immigrants arrived as refugees
Reyes’ efforts in Huckabee case draw criticism
Immigration: Politics and Facts Don’t Match on the Border
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