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On Wednesday two women were found, one of decapitated. The other was alive, but her head had been ‘shattered’ by a 15 kilo (over 33 Lbs) stone. (decapitation + stoning= ? Islamic)
The headline reads ‘Close the doors’, and continues to describe how bands of gunmen roamed the streets, breaking into private parties to rob. Up to 10 vehicles were stolen and shots were heard, but no reports of injuries.
The Ministry of Security announced that 500 additional officers will be added to provide security over the holidays. (Note second item below.)
CIUDAD JUAREZ, CHIHUAHUA
Two narco banners were hung on Wednesday, a short distance where a municipal police officer was burned alive. The messages are directed at Calderon, the federal police and the US DEA.
MONTERREY, NUEVO LEON
Authorities have captured eight ‘ halcones’ or lookouts. They had an AR 15 and ammo for it, four different cell phones and a radio.
At lest 16 people have been killed in attacks on buses. Authorities located and killed five of the gunmen during a shootout.
11 killed in attack on Mexican buses, town, 5 assailants shot later by police
Grenades, bullets fly in Reynosa; Gulf lieutenant may have been captured
Mexican Police Officer Burned Alive on Juarez Street
Mexicans flood home for Christmas, wary of crime
Mexico soldiers, police kill 22 in anti-drug operations
19 Executed in Mexico in Last 24 Hours
Nexus Of Narcoterrorism: Hezbollah And Venezuela – Analysis
Costa Rica’s peaceful reputation at risk from cartels
Mexico Disbands Entire Police Force in Top Port
Colombia, Ecuador relations improve, bilateral trade restored
Sinaloa cartel OK’s Mexico’s newest drug ballads
Mexican Activists’ Kin Ready to Negotiate with Captors
Booming Brazil lures immigrant workers
In A Drug War, Mexican Forces Accused Of Abuses
Honduras: Soldiers assault protesters calling for justice for slain journalists
Sinaloa cartel OK’s Mexico’s newest drug ballads
FARC has halved in size over 8 to 9 years: Army
Mexican Cops Rescue Captives, Kill Abductors
Domestic News – United States
Suspect in immigration agent killing held in US
Mom reacts to arrest in murder of ICE Special Agent
After extradition, more could come in slain ICE agent case
Senate Investigation Into Obama Fast and Furious Scandal Announced
Justice Department’s Alarming Prosecution of Border Patrol Agent
History Channels ‘Decoded’-Good Info. on Mexican Cartels in US
(The episode is called “Mafia: Alive?” and traces the evolution of organized crime in America over the last century. The cartel discussion starts at about 20.00. )
Head of U.S. Customs and Border Protection resigns
Illegal alien sentenced for repeatedly raping two girls (impregnating one)
Pentagon Shifts Border Patrol Support To Aerial Surveillance
Homeland Security Investigations Most Wanted
Feds Seize $4M in Fake Goods in LA
“Agents targeted stores, flea markets and swap meets in 66 U.S. cities, 55 Mexican cities and Seoul, South Korea, according to ICE.”
“Sanctuary City” status taken to new heights in Los Angeles
200 Undocumented Pacific Steel Workers Lose Their Jobs
Critics decry federal immigration arrests in South Bay
Branson man pleads guilty in immigration visa fraud scheme
Vermont married lesbian couple may be broken up by federal immigration authorities
For Illegal Immigrant, Line Is Drawn at Transplant
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