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A. Ferguson, Editor
IMPORTANT NOTICE !!!
There may not be another issue this week as I am taking
some time to spend with visiting family.-A. Ferguson
**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.
Seven members of the Zetas were arrested when authorities responded to a report of armed people. On stopping a vehicle, the driver was found to be Eusebio Córdova Góngora, coordinator of spies for the Zetas for the state. The other front seat passenger was Pedro Hernandez Hernandez and / or Mario Lopez Arellano, Zeta chief for the state. He admitted his involvement in extortion, kidnappings and executions in the state, and he also controlled the illegal marketing of fuel that was sent to Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz, through the company Goico Petroleum Solutions Inc. Others also admitted to killings and other crimes, and a number of firearms and ammo were seized.
Eight people were executed in various incidents this past Thursday. In total, 22 were killed in six states due to shootouts with authorities, executions and beheadings.
Federal police engaged in a 15 minute shootout with 8 bad guys protecting a load of marijuana. The load was finally abandoned, and police found 1398 packages of marijuana, which weighed 700 kilograms or 1540 pounds.
SANTA CATARINA, NUEVO LEÓN
The Mexican Army has captured Jose Ricardo Barajas Lopez, one of the prisoners that escaped on Feb. 19th from the prison in Apodaca, NL. He was a participant in the killing of 49 people found on May 13, 2012 in Cadareyta, NL. He said he was told they were Gulf cartel, rivals of the Zetas.
SAN NICOLAS, NUEVO LEÓN
State investigators have arrested another escapee from the Feb. 19 break. He is identified as Juan Francisco Arguello Pastrana, alias ‘El Chongo’ or `Chamaga`. He confessed to being involved in the murder of Detective Arturo Montiel.
SANTA MARíA DEL ORO, JALISCO
An ambush attack on rural police officers near here, which border Michoacan and Nayarit, killed 3 bad guys and left 6 good guys wounded. Unofficial reports are that there were close to 100 gunmen from the Knights Templar cartel.
Mexico Makes Biggest US Corn Buy in Decades as Crop Shrinks
Mexico Dissolves Its FBI, Moves to Legalize Drugs
Former Mexico PRI governor pleads guilty in drug-trafficking case
How a South Mexican Town Rose up Against Drug Gangs
Reclaiming the Forests and the Right to Feel Safe
Six killed in Mexico coal mine accident
Disaster at second coal mine in north Mexico claims six lives, raising death toll of miners to 13 in region in 10 days.
Costa Rica: Four Mowed Down by Killers
Honduran men arrested after being found in car with no license plate
‘Guatemala Bus Companies Sell Intelligence to Extortion Rings’
Armed Guats confront Belize’s border patrol
Honduran Finance Minister Resigns Following Wife’s Arrest
Honduras institutes public gun ban for violence-hit region
Guatemala Short on Guns for New Police Graduates
Colombian Guerrillas Kill 1 Policeman, Wound 2 Others*
Group to Determine Potential Cocaine Production Is Formed in Peru
Brazil corruption trial from Lula era starts
Venezuela’s Opposition Wants to Scrap Preferential Oil Deals
Colombia to challenge court’s indigenous land ruling
Buenos Aires province devises its own Falklands ship ban
Secret Agenda of Ranchers to Steal Uncontacted Tribe’s Land in Paraguay
Three Colombians Linked to “Los Rastrojos” Gang Are Arrested in Venezuela
Federal agents Take Aim at Fortune’s Fast and Furious Report
House Republicans To Sue Eric Holder Over Fast And Furious Scandal
Did Democrats try to permanently hide Obama’s involvement in Fast and Furious?
Illegal Immigration Film. They Come To America (Trailer)
Drug Trafficking and Organized Crime in the Americas: Major Trends in the Twenty-First Century
U.S. ‘Drug Czar’ Gil Kerlikowske Cites Shrinking Colombian Cocaine Crop
U.S. Border Patrol Weekly Blotter, Blaine Sector July 26 – August 1
$465 for Legal Status Under Obama’s ‘Dream Act’
New guys on the border: Nepalis immigrants cross border to America
Sen. Sessions wants answers as ICE agent faces suspension for illegal immigrant arrest
The Narco Tunnels of Nogales
DOJ suspiciously dismissed human trafficking case, says watchdog group
Puente’s “Undocubus” Set to Travel to Democratic National Convention
U.S. Border Patrol Agents Make Two Seizures of Methamphetamine Worth More Than $2.1 Million
Two turned over to Border Patrol after arrest
Nogales CBP Officers Seize Meth, Marijuana
Lukeville CBP Officers Seize Meth
Border Patrol Donates 10 Thousand Pounds of Food
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