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44 Cuban citizens arrested in western Honduras
Tegucigalpa – The Border Police reported the arrest of 44 Cuban citizens, including a minor, in the department of Ocotepeque, western Honduras.
An immigration officer, Roger Amaya, said that among the Caribbean detainees are 29 males, 14 females and one juvenile. The group of Cubans came via bus and it is believed that the path was Costa Rica, through Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala, to Mexico and the U.S. destination. The official said they confiscated their passports, and some of their belongings, while deciding what to do with them.
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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The U.S. Secretary of Defense, Leon Panetta said today that, according to figures provided by officials of Mexico, a total of 150,000 people have died in the war against drug trafficking in that country. During a press conference at the end of the first Trilateral Meeting of Ministers of Defence of North America in Ottawa, he did not specify what period that figure is from. “Obviously one of the serious threats that are facing North, Central and South America are the drug cartels and drug trafficking that is occurring,” said Panetta. “The danger here is on several fronts. Number one is the tremendous violence…”
In 2012, a vehicle is stolen every hour, often by carjacking, and a person is murdered every 6 hours 48 minutes. A study of violence shows Mexico faces the gravest crisis in recent decades because of violence not only because there are more crimes, but because these are becoming more violent.
On Tuesday, March 27, three federal police officers were kidnapped, held for 12 hours and then released.
MONTERREY, NUEVO LEÓN
A former police officer, Rosa Nelly Rodríguez Martínez, 30 years, alias “La Pato”, has been arrested as the leader of a drug trafficking group, along with 4 others. She was an officer from 2002 to 2008. They re also being accused of the murder of five a few weeks ago.
Tuesday, March 27, officials reported that 5 people were slain during the night. One was a woman that had been tortured and then shot. Also it was reported that arms, legs and bodies of 3 people were found buried in a mass grave.
A former state police officer was gunned down after leaving his children at school just after 8am on Tuesday, March 27th.
The deputy director of the municipal traffic police was found handcuffed and shot to death. He had served as director until March 18th after the former director died due to the A/H1N1 flu.
The Zetas left narco banners along with five butchered men, challenging Chapo Guzman.
The security chief of a prison here was kidnapped late Tuesday night. He was on duty Saturday night when an escape of 30 inmates was foiled after a shootout with those trying to break them out of the prison. (Related: Prison Break Foiled in Mexico http://tinyurl.com/cxvmc4p)
SAN JUAN DE SABINAS, COAHUILA
The Mexican military discovered a cartel vehicle (described as a tank) containing an arsenal. They seized 40 AK-47 rifles, nine AR-15 rifles .223 caliber, M16 rifle Cal 5.56×46, a 37 mm grenade launcher attachment, 11 thousand 546 cartridges, and 445 different caliber magazines for different weapons.
5 Police Officers Killed in Mexican Border City*****
US Secretary of Defense-Mexican cartels are more dangerous than Colombia
Mexico’s Peso Closes Stronger Against US Dollar
Five dismembered bodies found near Mexican school
Mexican cops discover decapitated heads in Acapulco
Acapulco- holiday dream average four deaths a day
Calderon Denounces Tourism “Bottlenecks” in Mexico
(Keep the money coming regardless of the risks apparently.)
Stratfor: Mexico Security Memo: In Nuevo Laredo, Killings May Herald a Sinaloa Incursion
In Mexico, 80 Percent of Murders Unpunished, Study Says
Bomb attack and car bomb hit media as violence escalates in election run-up
Headache over road spikes grows in Reynosa, source says
Caller: Gov’t Taps Mexico Pres Candidate’s Calls
Stratfor: With the Focus on Syria, Mexico Burns
Malaysia is to define the fate of Mexican drug traffickers
Drugs and Violence in Mexico: Public Policy vs. Public Opinion
Costa Rican Authorities Seize 595 Kilos of Cocaine
Three Landless Activists Slain in Brazil
Ten Killed in Clashes Between Rival Gangs in Mexico
7 mutilated bodies found in Nuevo Laredo
Gunmen Kill Union Leader, 3 Others in Guatemala
Homicides in El Salvador Dip, and Questions Arise
Women consume alcohol to get drunk in Mexico
(Honest, that’s the way it was written.)
Desperate Measures? Honduras Considers Blurring Military-Police Role
Guatemala farmers protest against land expulsions
Colombian Armed Forces Kill 36 Rebels
Colombia’s New Counterinsurgency Plan
1 killed, 17 hurt in Peru pipeline protest
Police Chase in Brazil Ends with 6 Suspects Dead
Armed Group Ambushes Honduras Army Convoy
US Gangs That Work With Mexican TCOs – Spillover Or Standard Violence?
Issa: Why Is White House Ordering Former Aide To Not Speak To Oversight On Fast & Furious?
Family of slain Border Patrol agent ‘sickened’ feds didn’t share information
Customs and Border Patrol acts as protective screen for U.S.
Brushbacks, Proxies, and Connecting the Dots
Our Immigration Policies Still Put Us at Risk in a Post-9/11 World
S.F. slayings suspect avoided deportation in 2006
DEA: Wannabe Cartel Hit Squad Included Former U.S. Soldiers
Arrest of Would-Be ‘Zetas’ Shows Risk of US Military Infiltration
Alien Smuggling Enters the Internet Age
Feds: Mexican truck delivered peppers, pot to North Carolina
Kamala Harris, winner of this week’s Immigration Idiocy Award
Border agents nab Mexican escapee, three other felons
(Escaped from Reynosa prison in Sept.2010.)
Border Patrol Makes $3.6 Million Pot Bust
DPS finds truckload of marijuana after pursuit near Safford
Colombian drug lord gets 16+ years in US prison
Human smuggling case nets prison terms
Human trafficking linked to wrecked yacht off N.S.
ICE Agents Raid Home In Houston
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