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There MAY BE VERY 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.
**Asterisk denotes death involving a police officer or a member of the military serving in that capacity. Some items may be from notirex.com, lapoliciaca.com or historiasdelnarco.com. Some incidents of violence may not be included here due to the large number of death reports.
At least two people were executed Saturday night when an unknown number of gunmen entered a home. There were at least 8 rounds fired
according to neighbors.
In various states of the country, police found the remains of at least 32 people. The remains of 16 mutilated bodies were found in an abandoned truck in the parking lot of a supermarket, along with a narco message. In Lerdo de Tejada, Veracruz, nine bodies were discovered in three clandestine narco graves. An anonymous tip led Mexican Marines and the Attorney’s General’s office to the sites. Only bones were found, thus presumed the bodies had been there for months.
Per the attorney for two brothers arrested by Mexican Marines, the U.S. DEA pressured one of them to sign a statement saying he was the son of El Chapo. The agent said that after the election, the issue would be clarified that he really was not.
GOMEZ PALACIO, DURANGO
Government officials from the Attorney General’s office, traveling in an official vehicle between here and Jabonoso were attacked, killing two and leaving another gravely wound and in hospital.
The bodies of five people, three men, one maimed on his arm, and two women, one of them beheaded and eight months pregnant, were killed by the coup de grace and left in black bags on the bridge Piedra Blanca A message was left by being stuck into the chest of one with a knife.
The inhabitants of the town of Meoqui, located south of Chihuahua, a community characterized in the past by its tranquility, now live in fear and pain generated by drug violence. In 2012, there have been 74 executions. The latest murder was that of the Ministerial Police Commander of Delicias, Rafael Romero Carrasco, who lived in Meoqui. In January six people were victimized and there were three clashes between criminal groups. One victim was a police officer of the municipality of Rosales who was in Meoqui. That month there were also two shootings. On January 5 occurred a clash that left cars and houses shot. On 30 January, in the nearby town of Lazaro Cardenas, at the end of Mass in the church, the inhabitants were moments of terror during a shootout that left no victims. In February, 12 people were killed violently. Among the victims were merchants, mechanics, maquiladora employees and students. In March, a traffic policeman and a woman were among the 15 executed that month. On May 23 came a clash that left several buildings damaged, including the fire station. In this situation of violence, the authorities decided to suspend Meoqui traditional fairs of San Pedro and San Pablo; only be three days of festivities in the courtyard of City Hall.
APAXTLA CASTREJON, GUERRERO
Over the weekend, six persons were executed during shootouts between rival groups, presumably the LFM, Knights Templar and groups aligned with them.
BENITO JUAREZ SUSUPUATO, MICHOACÁN
At about 2 pm on Sunday, the municipal police station here were ambushed. The assistant chief was killed, and four were wounded.
The Governor of Guerrero has asked for increased taxes to provide greater security and to help the widows of 500 taxi drivers killed over 2 years. It has caused 18,000 to stop working out of fear, and carriers are losing money due to taxis not working 24 hours a day. They are now working 6 am to 9 pm.
Ten people, 6 women and 4 men, were executed Monday around the state.
On Sunday, seven people were executed and one was kidnapped. One of the victims was a Torreon police officer killed while on patrol by an ambush.
BOCA DEL RIO, VERACRUZ
Commander Michael Lopez, Municipal Police Chief here, was kidnapped by gunmen in 3 vehicles. He was traveling to purchase uniforms for his subordinates. His two body guards were subdued and he was taken.
Sunday night, the mayor here was kidnapped from her home. The family does not want police intervention. The kidnappers are asking for 2 million pesos (US $144371.00) for her return. (Often these victims are killed even when the money is paid.)
The week began with the execution of 5 people. The driver of a taxi was found burned to death on the outskirts of the capital. Four others were found in different locations around the state on Monday.
Three (federal agents) Dead in Mexico Airport Gunfight Between Police***
Deadly gun fire erupts at Mexico City airport
Mexico front-runner draws crowds, protests
Leftist candidate gains among Mexico’s well-off
Mexico election unlikely to reshape drug war
Mexican election could mean drug war strategy shift, U.S. officials say
Don’t fear a PRI win in Mexico-Op/Ed
Fading political left still thrives in Mexico City
Photographer reported missing in San Luis Potosi
DEA Pressure detainees to agree to be family of El Chapo
At least 32 killed in bus accident in Mexico
Wave of Violence Swallows More Women in Juárez
Mexico Urges Argentina to Reconsider Suspending Auto Trade Accord
Cash, Drugs and 12 Vehicles Seized in Northern Honduras
Drug Confiscations Intensify Throughout Central America
Guatemala and U.S. Stake Efforts on Drug Prevention
Anti-Drug Summit Brings Together Delegations from 59 Countries in Peru
Bolivian police reject accord in fourth day of strike
Brazilian stocks slip, Mexican stocks edge up
New Paraguayan President Says Ouster of Lugo Not a Coup
Drug conference underscores Peru’s cocaine problem
Crash of Army Plane Kills 4 in Colombia****
Cuba Says It Eradicated Viral Hepatitis B in Children
Dominican, US law enforcers seize ton of cocaine, arrest 3 Colombians in speedboat
Hundreds in Haiti march against gov’t plan to destroy homes in shanty area
79 Haitian Migrants Rescued after Boat Strands on Island
Supreme Court Rejects Much of Arizona Immigration Law
DHS Rescinds Immigration Enforcement Agreements Between ICE, Arizona Police After Supreme Court Ruling
Border Patrol Agents Taught to “Run Away” and “Hide” when Encountering a Shooter
Defending our Southern border
“If ICE Won’t Come Get Them, We Take Them And Dump Them On Their Doorstep”
In Arizona law’s wake, other states to forge ahead
Joe Arpaio talks to Cavuto about SCOTUS Decision on AZ Law
Arizona becoming heroin hub of the Western Hemisphere
Issa, White House clash over Fast and Furious executive privilege
Fast and Furious weapons tied to high profile killing in Mexico
Gov. Brewer: Obama Shows ‘Utter Disregard’ for Arizona in Canceling Immigration Enforcement Program
Federal agents, Arizona officials blast Homeland Security’s ‘business as usual’ approach in wake of Supreme Court ruling
ICE agents rebel over Obama’s no-deportation program
How the US Government, Banks, Prison-Industrial Complex, Corrupt Officials, Businesses, Law Enforcement, Racists and the CIA Profit From Illegal Drugs
Man dead after shootout with border patrol in Jackman
Sheriff’s department goes Hollywood
Mom given bill to clean street after son killed by illegal immigrant driving drunk
Man Sneaks 4.6 Lbs. Coke on Bus Through I-5
An Angry Border Control Agent
Bodies of four illegal immigrants found in Arizona desert
Mom given bill to clean street after son killed by illegal immigrant driving drunk
El Paso Intelligence Center turns raw data into actionable intelligence
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