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From Department of State:
MEXICO: 2012 OSAC Crime and Safety Report: Mexico City
There may be graphic photographs that accompany some articles in the body of this report. It is not our intention to sensationalize. We include these photos in order to give to you, the American public, a clearer understanding of the seriousness of the situation in Mexico and Central America.
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**Asterisk denotes death involving a police officer or a member of the military serving in that capacity. Some items may be from notirex.com or lapoliciaca.com. Note: Killings have become so routine that it is no longer possible to report them all.
Thirty four members of a network linked to Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman have been arrested and 10 tons of drugs seized after an investigation of several months. There were also 16 aircraft seized. The subjects are to be extradited to the US, and are responsible for about 90% of the cocaine produced in SE Colombia. Per the UN, the Sinaloa cartel moves a third of the 600 tons (1,200,000 Lbs) of cocaine entering the US annually.
MONTERREY, NUEVO LEÓN
Hours after the dismantling of numerous narco blockades here, narco banners were placed throughout the city by the Zetas saying the state governor had received 20 Million dollars, which assured that the Zetas would remain in control.
Gunmen attacked an Army patrol after refusing to stop their vehicle for the patrol. Other gunmen joined the shootout, which left 2 soldiers dead and an unspecified number of wounded soldiers.
The second largest narco laboratory in Central America, capable of producing a ton of meth every 20 days was seized. Three persons, one from Guatemala, were arrested and 300 drums of precursor chemicals also seized. Rifles, a pistol, ammunition, radios and phones, as well as lab equipment were also found. It was estimated that the lab worked about 20 people.
Police traveling on the Tepic-Puerto Vallarta road were attacked by about 15 gunmen. The attack was repelled and the gunmen fled into the mountains in at least four trucks.
Rosendo Pérez Pérez, a Commander for the State Police, was assassinated while driving in his own vehicle on his day off. He was stopped at a red light, when a car pulled along side of his and opened fire. Witnesses reported the car waited for the light to change to green, and then drove away at a normal speed.
Migrants are Victims of Discrimination in Mexico, Survey Shows
The Deadliest Place In Mexico
Juárez rivals the world for being the most dangerous city
“murder rate in Juárez rivals the most dangerous cities in the world and is more typical of regions where government has collapsed,”
The Mexican Paradox-Wall St. journal
Why is a supposed ‘failed state’ prospering?
Family Franchises Organizational Evolution Of Mexican TCOs
FARC Rebels Declare End to Kidnappings as Prelude to Peace Talks
In Juarez, Expiring Justice
Statute of Limitations Begins to Run Out in Murders of Hundreds of Women
Last Inca Emperor’s Tomb Discovered in Ecuador
Mexico’s Pemex Ends 2011 with Net Loss of $6.5 Billion
Colombia: Eleven Kidnapped Oil Workers Still Missing
Central American drug violence surges as cartels move south
Number of Prisoners Locked Up for Federal Crimes Soars in Mexico
El Salvador Discovers New ‘Guerrilla’ Group
Oil Workers Kidnapped in Colombian Region of FARC, ELN Activity
Suspect Arrested in Mexico Massacre Case
Judge blocks day labor rules in Arizona immigration law
CBS Atlanta follows border patrol agents as they round up illegal immigrants
AG Holder, the Failure of Fast & Furious is Your Responsibility
Grieving mother calls for tougher driving, immigration laws
Fighting drugs and border violence at Arizona’s Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument: What about the ranger’s M14 rifle, Yogi?
BLM operation nets 7.5 tons of garbage near border
Feds: Cocaine mule, 87, a key link in Mexico-Detroit drug trade
Border Patrol, Customs Agents Find Drug Tunnel
U.S. bound cargo remains vulnerable to terrorists, WMD
CBP Officers’ Quick Reaction Results in Seizure of 35 kilos of Cocaine, 2 Arrest
Border Patrol arrests convicted child molester
Grieving mother: “Massachusetts is a safe haven for illegal immigrants”
DPS patrol boat to be named after fallen Brownsville trooper
(These boats will be patrolling the border.)
Multiple law enforcement agencies apprehend heroin smuggler who fled scene
L.A. Police Commission approves easing of car impound rules
‘calling it an act of ‘humanity’ toward the city’s illegal immigrants.’
Woman sentenced to 36 months in prison
British fugitive indicted for illegal firearms, document fraud and identity theft
Celebrities Who Once Were Undocumented
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