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Canada Day and U.S. Independence Day
(Wednesday, June 27, 2012)
Pembina, N.D. — U.S. Customs and Border Protection is reminding both Americans and Canadians planning trips across the border into the United States during the upcoming holiday weekend to make sure they have proper documents and to anticipate heavy traffic.
CBP strongly encourages travelers to obtain a radio frequency identification (RFID)-enabled travel document such as a U.S. Passport Card, Enhanced Driver’s License/Enhanced Identification Card or Trusted Traveler Program card (NEXUS, SENTRI, Global Entry or FAST/EXPRES) to expedite their entry and make crossing the border more efficient.
Additionally, all travelers are reminded of a few simple steps they can employ to cross the border. Plan your trip and allow extra time for crossing the border. Review the “Know Before You Go” tip sheet. ( http://www.cbp.gov ) Wait times for the ports of International Falls, Minnesota and Pembina, North Dakota can be monitored at Border Wait Times. ( apps.cbp.gov/bwt/ ) Avoid peak travel times when at all possible. The heaviest traffic periods are typically between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.
CBP officials continually monitor traffic and border crossing times at area ports of entry and fully staff all inspection lanes during peak periods.
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.
Blog Del Narco (http://www.mundonarco.com/)
**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.
CIUDAD VICTORIA, TAMAULIPAS
On Monday, attacks using explosive devices in the capital continued with 2 new explosions. The first was a grenade thrown into an area of seized vehicles behind a state police facility. Only material damage occurred. The second was near a commercial bus station, again with only material damage. On Friday, there were 3 grenade attacks, with 2 of those against banks. Eight persons were injured by these attacks. Violence has worsened as the election nears.
RIO BRAVO, TAMAULIPAS
WARNING!!! Extremely Graphic! Video interview and beheading members of the Zetas, in Spanish. http://tinyurl.com/bpp8ogh
On Monday and early Tuesday, eight people were executed and three injured. One of the victims killed had his fore finger amputated. Another of the dead victims was a woman.
A former Judge was abducted about 1 am on Friday. His executed body was found in a vacant lot on Tuesday morning.
CIUDAD MANTE, TAMAULIPAS
Video: Abandoned truck with 14 butchered bodies in Tamaulipas. http://tinyurl.com/7ljdbvo
Marisela Morales, the Attorney General, has said that initial investigation in the aftermath of the Mexico City airport shootings of 3 federal agents has revealed that corrupt federal agents have been smuggling cocaine through the airport to the U.S. and Spain. (About a year ago, several U.S. carrier flight attendants were arrested in Spain for this.)
What Mexico’s Elections Mean for Crime Policy: Part I
What Mexico’s Elections Mean for Crime Policy: Part II
The Election Polls 6/28/2012
Mexico Seeks US Intel on Airport Chief’s Links to Drug Trade
For Mexican voters gripped by fear, few good choices
Four Hurt in Clash Between Political Parties in Mexico
Return to Mexican past is bad for U.S.
Turning Back or Moving On?-Op/Ed
The growing metropolitan divide
The fight for Guadalajara.
Mexico Airport Shooting Points To Running Problems
Mexican agents say Bogan was trying to turn around
American trucker imprisoned after crossing the border with a load of ammunition
Mexico’s Hidden Success Story
Mexico finds Navy helicopter crash site, no word on crew
Mexican Cartel Boss Arrested for 2nd Time in 6 Months
Mayoral candidate kidnapped in Mexico
Police Reform in Mexico: The Challenge of Institutional Change-Video
Investigations in El Salvador, Guatemala Reveal Thriving Trade in Precursor Chemicals
Colombian man pleads guilty to espionage in Nicaragua
Paraguay: Concern about public media after President Lugo’s controversial ouster
Bolivian Police Mutiny Ends with Accord
Police capture ‘key FARC member’ in Bogota
Rio Gangs Prohibit Crack Sales to Avoid Police Clean-Up
Colombian general wanted in US on drug trafficking charges
Colombian soldiers sentenced for extrajudicial killings
Venezuela Seizes 20 Tons of Liquid Cocaine
Semisubmersible capable of transporting tons of cocaine seized on Ecuador islet
Girl’s Capture Highlights FARC’s Use of Minors
El Salvador’s Historic Gang Truce May Show Pathway to Peace in the U.S.
In 255-67 vote, House places Holder in contempt of Congress
Rep. West charges Black Caucus of supporting Holder because of ‘the color of his skin’
Federal agent defends role in anti-gunrunning sting
The Fast and the Ridiculous-Op/Ed
Family of slain ICE agent filed claim with gov’t
Securing and defending our border
Arizona rancher’s hidden cameras capture illegal activity
US Customs Officials Miss, Lose Stowaways on Ship From Muslim Mid-East; Likely Disappeared Into US
Attack vs. Exploitation: Which TCO Tactic Is More Dangerous?
UN World Drug Report: New Drugs, New Users
58% Think Federal Government Encourages Illegal Immigration
Deeper than Immigration, State Sovereignty Is At Risk
Restraining Arizona, Unleashing the President
Local Police Step Up Immigration Enforcement
Operation Drugwalker?…Press ignores another explosive story
Border Patrol Seizes Nearly One Ton of Narcotics (in produce)
Two illegal immigrants rescued following rattlesnake bites
Marijuana Falls From The Sky
ICE deports child trafficking suspect to Brazil
Extradited suspect faces drug-smuggling charges in Sacramento
Arizona border county doesn’t expect much to change with SB 1070
255 Illegals From Countries That ‘Promote, Produce, or Protect’ Terrorists Apprehended Along U.S.-Mexico Border
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