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Emergency Message for U.S. Citizens – Demonstrations in Linden
U.S. Embassy Georgetown, Guyana
July 27, 2012
This message reminds U.S. citizens in Guyana to exercise caution when in public due to violent protests in Linden and ongoing protests in Georgetown in response to a rise in electricity rates. The U.S. Embassy advises U.S. citizens in Guyana to limit your movement in and around Georgetown and Linden and to avoid unnecessary travel throughout the country. Because of the continuing possibility of violence, the Embassy has prohibited U.S. government employees from official and non-official travel to Linden and on the Linden highway.
The recent protests in Linden have resulted in property damage and loss of life. Protests in Georgetown and Linden are ongoing and may spread to other locations.
The U.S. Embassy advises U.S. citizens to avoid large public gatherings. Be aware of traffic delays and increased pedestrian presence in the potential problem areas listed above. Note that this list of problem areas is not comprehensive, and you should exercise caution throughout Guyana.
Even demonstrations that are meant to be peaceful can become violent and unpredictable. You should avoid them if at all possible. Be alert and aware of your surroundings and pay attention to what the local news media has to say.
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.
PIEDRAS NEGRAS, COAHUILA
The Mexican military found an 8 month old jaguar during an operation on Saturday. The jaguar wore a collar and a plate with the name Kiro. Jaguar’s are an endangered species. It has been taken to the Desert Zoo in Saltillo.
MONTERREY, NUEVO LEÓN
At about 4 pm on Saturday, a group of gunmen drove into the parking lot of the Casino Revolution. They exited two vehicles they were in and opened fire with machine guns against various vehicles and threw a grenade which failed to detonate. Vehicles were damaged, but there were no injuries. Dozens of shell casings from AK47’s and AR15’s were found. The casino is the largest of the 63 casinos in Monterrey, and was previously attacked in April 2011. This attack happened almost a year after the attack on the Casino Royale which killed 52 people.
MEXICO, DISTRITO FEDERAL
José Adalid Vaca Sáenz aka: José Adalid Morales Vaca, alias ” El Tinaco”, and the chief operating officer of La Familia cartel was arrested by federal police. Intelligence indicates he was responsible for marijuana trafficking into the U.S. through Reynosa, Tamaulipas.
Benito Armando Espinosa, head of investigations of the Federal Police,
has identified the Gulf, La Familia Michoacan (LFM), La Borredora cartels as being involved in kidnappings as a major source of revenue. In Tamaulipas and Veracruz, it is primarily Los Zetas and the Gulf cartel. In Michoacan and part of the State of Mexico, it is the LFM cartel. The group called La Familia and La Borredora operate in Guerrero, which includes Acapulco
CANCUN, QUINTANA ROO
Through intelligence and covert operations, Mexican Marines have arrested Ventura Córdoba Arquimero, alias “El Ventura”, as the head of Los Zetas for the hotel zone of this city. When arrested, he tried to bribe his captors with cash and 2 luxury cars. The investigation began in May with the capture of his driver, Nicolás Hernández Guzmán, alias El Moruso. The driver was in possession of cocaine and marijuana, and confessed that a group of taxi drivers distributed drugs for Los Zetas in the hotel zone. El Ventura confessed to running the group of dealers, and named the local business used to launder their income, in which drug sales were listed as clothing sales.
HUEJOTZINGO, PUEBLA, MEXICO
The Mexican Marines announced the capture of Mauricio Guizar Cárdenas, alias “El Amarillo”, leader of “Los Zetas” in southeastern Mexico, and specifically the states of Tabasco, Veracruz, Chiapas, Campeche and Quintana Roo. The arrest happened in a hotel where they also found a 66 mm anti-tank rocket, 20 grenades, a submachine gun, a pistol and 22 rounds of 357 ammunition .
MEXICO CITY, DISTRITO FEDERAL
Jesús Rosas Ibarra “El Mustang”, the alleged financial operator for Los Zetas was arrested as a result of the capture William de Jesús Torres Solórzanio “El W”, in Puebla, the presumed head of drug transfer from the south to the north for the cartel. When arrested, El Mustang had $730, 890 U.S., a a 10mm pistol, fragmentation grenade, bank cards and communications equipment and in addition to these articles, a luxury compact car. Two accomplices in another vehicle had 880 thousand U.S. dollars, a handgun and a grenade.
Mexican Official: CIA ‘Manages’ Drug Trade
6 dead in Rocky Point gun battles
Mutilated and imprisoned…as discipline
PRI Says Left’s Call for Interim Mexican President “Out of Line”
Mexico Slams “Imposition” of Consensus Rule on UN Arms Treaty Negotiations
Mexico mine blast kills seven from same Coahuila family
Five miners trapped after explosion in northern Mexico
4 Slain at festival in Mexico
Believed Regional Zetas Leader Arrested
Did MS-13 Train Mexican Cartels in Violent Tactics?
Mexico: Most Attacks On Journalists Unpunished
Italian Mafia Prosecutor Awaiting Authorization to Move to Guatemala
Indigenous Group Lynches Four Men in Guatemala
Mexican Media Says HSBC Costa Rica Involved in Cuba Money Laundering
How Police Corruption Let Salvador Kingpin Escape
Colombia more crime-ridden than Mexico: Report
Colombia coca crops on rise for first time in 5 years
Cocaine’s Flow Is Unchecked in Venezuela
Violent deaths up 22 pct in Brazil’s largest city
Brazil: Border Patrol to Have New Terminals for Satellite Communications
Chile: Drug Gang Inspired by Film Is Arrested in Chile
Colombia’s building sector poised for growth
Venezuela Border State a Drug Trafficking Haven: NYT
Paraguay Seizes Drug Traffickers’ Airport Scanner
5 killed, 4 injured in Medellin shooting
Two missing U.S. climbers found dead in Peru
R. Castro: (Cuba) Ready to talk to U.S.
Affluent Mexicans Flee to Texas
Sick Teen Gets Help From Border Patrol Agents
(Became Paralyzed While Visiting Mexico)
Funeral Held for Border Patrol Agent Who Died in the Line of Duty
Top Immigration Officials Describe Border Chaos Resulting From Admin’s Amnesty Policy-Video
DHS to Border Patrol, ICE: Release violent aliens as ‘Dreamers’
“DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano lied to the American people when she said that the border has never been more secure.”
Sentencing reset for man in Fast and Furious case
DOJ inspector meets with Congressmen on Fast and Furious
Mexican border crime underreported, says Texas lawmaker
Men injured while trying to cross into U.S. hospitalized
Illegal immigrants plan multistate protest tour
They Come to America-film trailer
Radiation Screening Shortcomings Persist: GAO
DHS Drops Plan to Screen Chemical Plant Workers for Terrorist Ties
A matter of life and death
Chairman King Presses DHS Sec. Napolitano on Visa to Hani Nour Eldin, Member of Terrorist Org
International fugitive wanted in a financial scheme defrauding investors of more than $100 million captured in Las Vegas
Pot Bust Reaches 50-Ton Milestone for Coast Guard
Press conference reveals DREAMer’s commit crimes & get amnesty
Lawmakers Pan DHS Waiver Of Maritime Cargo Scanning Mandate
DEA NEWS: Nationwide Synthetic Drug Takedown
19 million packets of synthetic drugs seized and $36 million in cash
CBP envisions more detection, inspection, surveillance and communications along Northern Border
Translator Builds Partnership Between Two Nations
Minnesota Sheriff Reports to Congress on Growing Somalia Gang Threat
Agents see rise in the number of illegal immigrants
U.S. Border Patrol Agents Arrest Leader of Houston-Based Alien Smuggling Organization; Sentenced to 41 Months in Prison
Stolen trucks full of suspected illegal immigrants lead officers on chase
Men indicted for home invasions
Panga boat found off the coast of Santa Barbara
Illegal Immigrant Busted a Second Time for Child Porn?
Man charged with Border Patrol agent assault near Rio Grande City
Border agents make bust near Salton Sea
Border agents help deputies make bust
Rolling stop leads to human smuggling arrest
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