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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.
A shootout between gunmen and both military and police on Saturday morning left 7 bad guys dead, and 5 under arrest. Seized were seven armored vehicles, radio equipment, weapons and ammunition.
It was announced on Monday that a state police commander was killed this past week during a shootout which happened during an operation against a cartel group hiding out in the hotel. With this death, it now makes two officers dead from this operation.
MONTERREY, NUEVO LEÓN
Violence has closed down many bars, cafes, restaurants and nightclubs which served 10,000 customers every weekend. With the arrival of Los Zetas in 2010, extortion, kidnapping and drug-related crime increased against these businesses. The American owners simply closed down and moved back into the U.S. when they were threatened. Many of the owners say the criminals operate with impunity through consent of the local police. (Note bullet holes below.)
CIUDAD VICTORIA, TAMAULIPAS
Carlos Alberto Fernández Hernández, “El Double K”, identified as the plaza boss of Cd. Victoria for Los Zetas was killed on Friday along with 3 accomplices. Seized were two rifles, two handguns, 811 cartridges, 35 magazines, a vehicle, 38 thousand pesos’s, $ 29,000, plus tactical equipment and communication equipment.
COYUCA DE CATALAN, GUERRERO*
About 3am on Monday, an off duty Mexican soldier was having a drink when armed gunmen entered the bar, walked to his seat and shot him in the head. They then took his body and threw it into the street. A waiter was wounded by a stray bullet.
Gunmen Attack Mexico Youth Camp, Rape 7 Girls
Mexican police arrest suspect after camp attack
Police Capture a La Familia Cartel Boss in Central Mexico
Mexico City detains 120 in flash mob violence
(Another report says 250 arrested for disorderly conduct.)
In Mexico state, violence against women has surged
A brutal attack on a church group points to the growing dangers in the state, which until last fall was governed by Enrique Peña Nieto, Mexico’s next president.
Sold in USA – Mexican Fuel trafficking feeds narco funding
Mexico Peso Falls as Europe Bailout Delays Stokes Growth Concern
Bottled-Water Habit Keeps Tight Grip on Mexicans
Mexico Blasts Parochial Faultfinding in US Senate Report
Mexico’s Drug Murders Down 15-20 Percent, President Says
The Cause of Drug War Violence: Interview with Author Peter Watt
Mexican President Sees Anti-Drug Strategy Continuing Under PRI
More than the Presidency was at stake in Mexico’s Elections
Mexico: Remains of 15 found in ancient Mexican settlement
(About 700 years old.)
Botched DEA Raid in Honduras Exposes How Militarization Terrorizes Communities Around the World
Alleged Los Zetas Operative Captured in Honduras
Remittances to Honduras Increased 2.2% in First Half of 2012
“totaled $1.45 billion in the first half of this year”
Guatemalan Femicide: The Legacy of Repression and Injustice
Alleged Traffickers Abandon Boat with Drugs in Nicaraguan Caribbean
Drug Precursors Seized in Guatemala
Colombia’s conflict far from over: Red Cross
Ecuador Sends ‘Blue Helmets’ to Haiti
Brazilian Governor Blames Drug Traffickers for Wave of Violence
Seven Die in Bus Accident in Southern Brazil
The New Law against Money Laundering in Brazil
Venezuela: Regional newspaper target of explosion in Carabobo
Uruguay: No Marijuana Bill Without 60 Percent Public Support
Bloody Weekend in Puerto Rico Leaves 19 Dead
Cuba cholera cases now stand at 170 confirmed and eight more suspected
Colombian Navy Arrests 4, Seizes Cocaine in Caribbean
BORTAC Incident Report Indicates Brian Terry’s Killers Let Go
Which Gun Killed Agent Brian Terry?
Memo shows ATF recognized red flag of F&F whistleblowers
Mexican Cartels are able to Rework their Arms Acquisitions
Judge on border agent: looks like misdemeanor
Lesbian Couple Sues Over Immigration Plight
HSBC Helped Terrorists, Iran, Mexican Drug Cartels Launder Money, Senate Report Says
HSBC Executive Resigns At Senate Money Laundering Hearing
Sheriff David Duke goes national with criticism of Border Patrol shutdown
OUR OPINION: Border Patrol plan seems misguided
(On closing 9 stations, 6 of them in Texas.)
The 1% Connection: Mexico and the United States, Crony Capitalism and the Exploitation of Labor Through NAFTA
Rise in Pill Abuse Forces New Look at U.S. Drug Fight
Oliver Stone Presents Mexican Drug War Fabrications as Facts
Memo Shows Obama Administration Granted Deportation Stay to President’s Illegal Alien Uncle Onyango Obama
Key Points From The UNODCs 2012 World Drug Report
Google Searches For Human Traffickers, Drug Cartels
Border Patrol agent suffers injuries in fall
Gas drilling a boom for drug traffickers, too
Police bust drug network selling Mexican meth in Oklahoma
US officials say La. fugitive caught near Canadian border in Maine
San Diego Border Agent Arrested For Human Smuggling
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