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From Department of State:
Message for U.S. Citizens: Sebaco (Nicaragua), Ongoing Demonstrations
Message for U.S. Citizens: El Salvador, Increase in Residential Crime
Argentina 2012 Crime and Safety Report
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.
Braulio Ernesto García Hernández, 36 years of age, aka ‘El Titino’, was arrested with 9 others by the Mexican Army. He was a leader of a cell of the Knights Templar. The authorities also seized two vehicles, 62 plastic bags crack, 105 grams of cocaine, 400 grams of marijuana, two assault rifles, with 30 rounds each, a super .38 caliber pistol with five magazines, two magazines for AR-15 rifle with 20 bullets and 30 respectively and 110 cartridges for .223 caliber assault rifle, 7,200 pesos in cash, seven cell phones, a car radio, a precision scale, a canvas with allusive allegories Knights Templar group and 97 booklets with the code of that organization.
SANTIAGO, NUEVO LEÓN
A young couple sitting on a park bench were executed.
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The military has arrested 10 taxi drivers who were working as look outs for the cartel. This resulted in the seizure of 3 rifles, 3 handguns, 856 cartridges and 3 vehicles, one of them armored. In a separate action, the military freed two kidnapped people.
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An 11 year veteran traffic officer, Gonzalo González Estrada, 52 years old, was gunned down on duty, becoming the latest cartel victim.
Wednesday evening at about 9:40, gunmen attempted to assassinate the Director of Investigations for the state attorney general, Marciano Peñaloza Agama. He was saved by the armor in his vehicle. Two state police officers in another vehicle were hit, with one dying and the other in very grave condition. This is the second attack on the Director. On Feb. 21, two of his body guards were shot and killed by a assassins believing he was in the vehicle.
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Five young men, presumably all of them children, were lined up outside a home and massacred. A woman of 25-30 years was wounded. The identities were not released by authorities.
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The military has captured Carlos Alejandro Martínez Escobedo aka: El Fabiruchis, reported to be the Zeta plaza boss here since 2006. Investigation indicates he is the brother of Salvador Alfonso Martínez Escobedo aka: La Ardilla, who was responsible for mass graves found in San Fernando, Tamaulipas.
The commander of the state attorney general investigations unit which handled auto theft was gunned down outside his home early Thursday, March 15.
Mexico mourns a generation
Mexico unveils new weapons against corruption
Mexico army says it seizes record cache of opiates
“The availability of heroin in the United States … is increasing as a result of increased production in Mexico,” the U.S. Justice Department says.
Killing Drug Cartel Bosses Isn’t Working, Says Top U.S. General
US Military Says Drug Violence Spreading Through Central America
Splits rattle Mexican ruling party before election
Former Honduran Soldiers Arrested for Training Mexican Cartel (Zetas)
U.S. attache sent to Mexico for war on gangsters
Cartel Boss Arrested Last Week Took Over for Coronel, Mexico Says
Colombia Arrests 14 Alleged Drug Traffickers Sought for Extradition by the US
How Arrest of Gang Leader Sparked Chaos in Guadalajara
Gunbattle Interrupts Mexican Baseball Game
Police Chief Gunned Down in Northern Mexico
Bodies dumped in trash bags along Acapulco highway
Gunmen Kill 5 at Barbershop in Northern Mexico
Thousands of Gallons of Drug Precursors Seized in Mexico
Colombia Cities On Alert As Smoke, Ash Rise From Volcano
Panama Captures Alleged Hells Angel Wanted for 22 Murders
Nicaragua Arrests Two Colombian and Two Honduran Drug Traffickers
Paraguay Guerrillas Step Up Attacks
Are Central America’s ‘Maras’ Spreading South?
Peruvians Feel Robbed over Decision to Give Treasure to Spain
Communist Narco Terrorist Pleads Not Guilty to Kidnapping
Honduras Names Commission to Purge Police Infiltrated by Crime
Central America, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru Train to Fight Extortion
Guatemalan ex-soldier given 6,060 years for 1982 massacre
Human remains found in mass graves in Guatemala
Debate rages over Mexico ‘spillover violence’ in U.S.
Gang, cartel connection poses growing threat
ICE arrests 6 at gunpoint at Brownsville restaurant; feds tie bribe scheme to cartel
Issa Presses Napolitano on Allegations of False Border Crossing Data
Nogales CBP Officers Arrest Prison Escapee
U.S. Criticizes drug death toll in Mexico’s war on drugs
Okla. native killed working in Mexico
Relative says “They don’t want any more bad publicity than they have… Americans need to stay out of Mexico.”
Murderer turned over to Guatemalan authorities
32 illegal immigrants found in Texas stash house
California City Accused of “Profiting” from Undocumented Immigrants
Rural communities try to combat gangs
Young people increasingly being used by Mexico’s drug gangs for smuggling and selling
Family shot at, threatened by drug cartel in Tucson
Illegal alien charged with raping 2-year-old girl, assaulting victim’s father
Border agents arrest multiple sex offenders
Border tour an eye-opener for leader of immigration reform group
Felon gets 51 months for illegal re-entry into U.S.
Immigration Officer Gets Brain Surgery, Neurosurgeon Gets Citizenship
Mississippi lawmakers pass controversial immigration bill
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