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There ARE 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.
MONTERREY, NUEVO LEÓN
State police took statements from more that 30 people after the shooting of at least 10 in a bar, including dancers, bar workers and customers. Some said they fled to roof tops when they heard the shots.
NEZAHUALCOYOTL, STATE OF MEXICO
Three men were shot and killed outside of a market. A message from LFM (La Familia Michoacana) was found near the bodies.
A senior official of CONACO (Chamber of Commerce) was found assassinated with at least 6 AK 47 rounds in him. (In Mexico, the Chamber of Commerce is more important political than in the US. I attended their national convention in May 1991 in Cancun and was surprised to see the number of Mexican politicians present.-Editor)
An unidentified man was found tortured and killed, with some parts of the body skinned and eviscerated. His head, chest and arms were skinned.
A shootout between the military and gunmen left four bad guys dead on the road between the towns of Jerez and Fresnillo.
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A group of gunmen arrived at a mechanic shop and killed 2 men, kidnapping another. His body was found dead and dumped in a street minutes later.
A commercial bus traveling on Mexico highway 15 was attacked. One man was killed, and two others wounded. Investigators found nine shell casings from a 9mm.
Mexico Deploys 15,000 Federal Forces, Many to Zetas Territory
How much do we really know about the Zetas?
Brazil stocks climb; Mexican Q2 GDP grows 4.1%
Mexico 2012 Crime and Safety Report: Nuevo Laredo
PRI Figure Reported Arrested with Mexican Drug Lord’s Cousin
Wal-Mart’s Mexico subsidiary hit by new allegations of possible tax evasion, money laundering
Wal-Mart Shares Slide on Mexico Corruption Scandal, Weak Growth
In Mexico, Yo Soy 132 ponders next step
Yo Soy 132 (‘I am 132’), a student movement disenchanted with Mexico’s democracy, says it wants to keep the PRI on its toes, even if the election is over.
New Mexico president needs drug strategy fix
Surge in violence in Mexico’s drug war? Figures are inconclusive
New gangland slaughters surge in Mexico
Police Mount Security Operation in Western Mexico
(additional 600 federal officers)
Marines Kill 4 Gunmen During Shootout in Central Mexico
10 die in attack on Mexican bar
Drug Trafficker Who Terrorized Mexican Indian Town Is Killed
Mexico’s monarch butterfly reserve stops logging
Mexico’s Monterrey still ranks as top city, despite violence
Organized Crime Seeks to Break the Institutions in Honduras
Embraer Delivers First AEW&C Aircraft to India
Ecuador grants asylum to WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange
Colombia-Marines Save Baby’s Life Amid Fighting
Chilean Soldier Wounded in Mine Explosion at Peruvian Border
Brazil-Baby Crocodiles Seized from “Lacoste”
Brazil’s economic slowdown so far leaves many unscathed
Prison Violence Increasing in Venezuela
Colombian Rebels Bomb Oil Depot
Brazilians Charged with Murder Slain by Mob in Bolivia
Ship carrying over 3 tons of cocaine seized off Spain
(drug-trafficking network in Colombia, Bulgaria and Spain were investigated-drugs had been loaded off South America)
Spain Seizes Ton of Cocaine from Jet Flying from Venezuela
Related: 26 arrested in Venezuela over drug flight
ICE Director Morton Under Fire for Politicizing Rule of Law
Trial Date Set (RESET) in ‘Fast and Furious’ Death
CBP chief stops in Nogales for private meeting on border safety
Feds seek detection of drug smugglers’ ultralight aircraft
CBP Should Turn To Coast Guard Solutions For Tracking Aircraft, IG Says
Thousands of illegal immigrants seek permits under new program
Jan Brewer Signs Executive Order Denying State Benefits To Children Of Undocumented Immigrants
Specialized border group takes CBS 5 News on intense rescue
Going Viral: Increasing AIDS Resources Across the Border
Mexicans fleeing violence form new group in US
Fake government truck found loaded with pot near border
Murder, drug trafficking suspects nabbed by Border Patrol
Smuggling attempts denied at Border Patrol checkpoint
Another smuggler swallows a kilo of heroin and tries to sneak into Houston
Border Patrol agent rescued from flooded wash near Bisbee
Border Patrol Seeing Larger, More Frequent Drug Seizures
Smuggler hides pot under 4 kids, feds say
Building a Better Border
Philly CBP Records 7th Largest Local Cocaine Seizure
Officers Find 386 Pounds
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