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There are 37 police officers, whose names were found on a narco list on the body of cartel leader, have been ordered to appear in front of the PGR (Attorney General) in Mexico City. They are being investigated for alleged ties to organized crime.
The Colombian ex-president Alvaro Uribe Velez (2002-2010) says here that the fight against drug cartels will be a long one, and also rejected any possibility of negotiating with organized crime. He said that negotiating with the criminals shows weakness, and the groups will capitalize on that for their own interests, saying that “When you open the possibility of negotiating with them, crime increases.”
According to the director of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), said Russian Yuri Fedotov, the situation in Mexico, where more than 50 000 people have died in the last five years for drug-related violence is not as negative as was that of Colombia in the 1990s. “If you remember the situation in Colombia in 1990 and compare it with the current situation in Mexico, Colombia’s situation was much worse. The country was virtually a narco-state with a powerful insurgency. Mexico is not yet at that stage and they have made great efforts,” the official said. “Solutions are not easy. Sometimes the problems are local, but solutions are global . So we need a comprehensive approach to the situation confronting Mexico,” he added. Fedotov showed understanding with the use of the Army to perform police work in the fight against organized crime in several states of Mexico. “The use of military forces can be explained by exceptional circumstances. It is an exceptional and temporary measure. Mexican authorities pay special attention to the need for human rights standards in the Army and there are campaigns about it,” he explained.
Fedotov refused to fully evaluate the recent proposal by the President of Guatemala, Otto Perez Molina, on the decriminalization of trafficking, trade and consumption of drugs to combat organized crime, saying that he had no official information of the initiative and knew it only through the press. The UN official said that the international drug control treaties require compliance and that legalizing drugs “requires the revision of the conventions and would be a violation of international law.”
“I do not think this helps, would send the wrong signal to criminals and would not stop the crimes, on the contrary, would make them easier. My answer to those proposing liberalization in the world is that each year 250,000 people are killed by drugs . If legalized, it would not be hundreds of thousands (the dead), but millions. Do we want that? “said Fedotov.
To cope with organized crime “what is needed is more support, more attention from the international community to help countries like Guatemala to meet this challenge.”
In Saltillo, Arturo Alvarez Andrade, Municipal Police Commander, was shot dead outside his home. He had been with the department nearly 14 years. In Torreon, the deputy chief of trustees and another prison employee were assassinated. Although the chief was wearing a ballistic vest, he was shot in the head.
Wednesday morning at about 650am, authorities received notification of three dumped bodies, two men and a woman. All had been tied up and tortured, and were 35 to 40 years old.
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(An illegal alien.)
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(Suspect was an illegal alien, and since deported.)
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Border Patrol nabs convicted kidnapper
Maryville murder suspect caught trying to leave the country
Columbus man among 18 accused of statewide meth operation
Feds may back off threat to stop customs inspections at Red Hook Container Terminal
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