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**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.
The sound of AK 47’s broke the seeming peace of this valley over the weekend, with at least 11 federal police killed and one wounded at a hospital. Patients hid under mattresses, physicians, nurses and other staff sought cover in every corner due to the strength and intensity of the confrontation. The patrol vehicle used to transport the officers to the hospital was torched. Although authorities have tried to not report the facts, residents have, saying the puddles of blood from the police officers who were inside the hospital of Nueva Italia contradict the brief official version.
Mexican Marines have taken down a kidnapping gang, arresting 6 men and one woman. One police investigator and one bad guy were killed, and a kidnapped civilian rescued. Seized were two houses, 3 vehicles, 10 long guns, more than 8000 cartridges, a fragmentation grenade and documents from victims.
SAN LUIS POTOSI
The state governor has announced that additional military have arrived to augment police in combating the violence which has increased over the past 7 days.
Through military intelligence work, Oscar Prado Cárdenas, alias ‘El Chuma’, boss of the Yurécuaro, Michoacán plaza has been arrested. Also arrested with him was his security chief, Miguel Santamaría Herrera, known as ‘El Brito’. Seized in their vehicles were a Galil assault rifle in caliber 2.23; with six magazines, an AK-47 rifle, 7.62 caliber, seven magazines, a 9 mm pistol, a grenade and a bag with six grams of synthetic drugs for consumption, as well as their two vehicles.
A family of seven was executed here. Neighbors alerted authorities when they had not seen the family and noticed a putrid odor from the home. All had been beheaded, including 4 children, the youngest only 3 years old.
On Sunday, at least 7 people were executed, including two women.
TAMAULIPAS, NUEVO LAREDO
Los Zetas left narco banners at various points around the city on Sunday morning and again Monday morning, directed at the CDG.
MEXICO CITY, DISTRITO FEDERAL
Three plastic bags were found here, which were found to contain the remains of a tortured and butchered person. Elsewhere, two employees of a night club were shot and killed.
TOLUCA, STATE OF MEXICO
On Saturday, a total of 6 persons were executed here. The report each of the incidents.
On Sunday, 7 people were killed here, with two wounded.
CIUDAD CAMARGO, TAMAULIPAS
Traffickers use a variety of means to hide and transport drugs. According to reports from the Ministry of National Defense (SEDENA) to the press, soldiers on patrol found two tons of marijuana in two graves in a cemetery in the town of Los Villanueva, a community of 500 people in the town of Ciudad Camargo, Tamaulipas . The soldiers found in 241 packages of marijuana. Authorities said the drugs were hidden inside two large gravestones. According to the Ministry of Defence, marijuana has a value of 53 million pesos. There have been no arrests. The tight security at the US-Mexico border have forced organized crime groups to become more creative in how to carry drug shipments, said a security analyst. “The strengthening of security at the border between Mexico and the United States forced the cartels to seek new ways to hide and smuggle drugs into this country,” said Raul Benitez Manaut analyst Safety Research Center on North America at the Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). Tamaulipas has experienced one of the highest levels of violence of organized crime in the country. According to figures released by the Attorney General the Republic (PGR), from January 2011 until September of that final year, there were 1,103 murders in Tamaulipas related to transnational criminal organizations A violent struggle for control of smuggling routes between Los Zetas and the Gulf Cartel is responsible for much of the violence. The discovery of the tombs is the third largest seizure in or near Camargo, a town near the international bridge linking Mexico United States. According to a 2010 report of the House of Representatives of Mexico, the cartels sell $ 22 billion dollars worth of marijuana, cocaine, heroin and meth each year. According to the report, the sale of marijuana generates the highest percentage of income.
Mexico State Oil Company Loses 17,000 Gallons per Hour to Theft
Police Commander Gunned Down in Mexican Border City
Mexico and US Launch Program to Detect Nuclear Materials
Three New Mexicans Arrested For Extorting Juarez Businesses
Mexican drug war’s innocent victims: ‘They tried to kill me with my kids’
Mexico City- Alert for risk of money laundering in hundreds of financial institutions
Disaster declarations issued in 38 Mexican cities
Mayor-Elect, Assistant Murdered in Mexico
Mexico rises from the drug ravages
Cartel boss captured in Mexico
Family murdered in central Mexico, three children among the dead
Mexican mayor survives attack by 40 gunmen
Drug Cartel Suspect Linked to Journalist Murders
Mexican Police Kill Teen Armed With Toy Gun
The Zetas Cartel is divided and disputed
6 Gunned down in bar in central Mexico
US withholds funds to Honduran police
Nicaraguan Navy Conducts Operations to Strengthen Anti-drug War
Sticks vs. guns: The rise of Colombia’s Indigenous Guard
Peruvian Army Sergeant Dies in Confrontation against Shining Path
Undelivered international mail piling up at Uruguay airport
Chilean Authorities Step Up Efforts to Interdict Maritime Drug Trafficking
Rise in FARC, ELN attacks hits wallet of Colombia’s oil, mining industries
Violent deaths in Colombia decrease in 2011
10 Dead, 99 Injured in Multi-Vehicle Crash in Brazil
Colombia, Ecuador police destroy 7 drug laboratories along border
Brazil’s Federal Police Strike over Pay
Colombia creates anti-terrorism center to curb rebel violence
Buenos Aires Subways Reopen After 10-Day Strike
One Dead, Six Missing in Shipwreck off Dominican Republic
“…carrying illegal immigrants”
Anti-immigrant party office in Greece firebombed
Undocumented Immigrants Can’t Practice Law, Justice Department Argues
Republicans Seek Stronger Guards Against Fraud and Abuse in DHS Deferred Action Program
Report: Navy SEALs to Hunt Cartel Kingpin Like Bin Laden
House Files Suit Against Holder Over ‘Fast & Furious’ Records
Fast & Furious Lawsuit – Rep. Issa: “It’s Very Clear They Are Holding Back Information”
EPA’s ‘Border Environmental’ Agreement Ignores Damage Done by Illegal Aliens
Harass morass at DHS
U.S. Sent $5.2 Billion to Andean Countries in Last Five Years for Anti-drug War
15,000 undocumented immigrants in El Paso area can apply for deferred deportation
No Class Action Over Unconstitutional Tuition
State officials announce $450,000 in grants to groups aiding undocumented immigrants
Grants will support clinics, workshops and legal services across the state
Arizona and the feds clash – again – this time over voter registration
Border Patrol Agents seize more than 4,112 pounds of marijuana
Deputies arrest 26 suspected illegal immigrants picking berries; 8 escape
15 people in custody after panga boat washes up near Sunset Cliffs
Local Border Patrol agents train to confront a gunman whose goal is “mass murder”
Weekend drug busts lead to seizure of more than 1,000 pounds of drugs
Mexican Inmates Start Riot Over Prison Treatment
(One guard killed…most serving time for coming back to the United States after being deported)
How Immigrants Are Changing the Look of US Businesses
U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officers Seize Over $627,000 in Cocaine at Brownsville Port of Entry
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