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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.
NUEVO CASAS GRANDES, CHIHUAHUA*
The state attorney general’s office announced that Jose Luis Padilla Arias, the municipal director of transito was kidnapped and his body later found. His relatives later reported that months ago his home was shot up by AK 47’s but he refused to move or accept police protection.
SAN BLAS, SINALOA
Municipal police confirmed the finding of three bodies, two tied inside black plastic bags. All had their hands tied behind their backs, and one had a message on the side that similar things will happen to the ‘mitoteros’ (Slang for those who get involved in other’s business; nosy.)
A narco banner was placed in the early morning of Monday by Zeta member, accusing other members and leaders of treason. It was removed by the Army minutes after being reported.
The secretary of the state police announced the conflict for control between Los Zetas and the Gulf cartels continues with the latter gaining greater presence. Additional state police resources have been deployed to municipalities without sufficient police patrols.
LÁZARO CÁRDENAS, MICHOACÁN
Two women were found stoned to death with large stones to their heads. They were identified as a 22 year old and a 24 year old.
TECPAN DE GALEANA, GUERRERO
Three men, executed with gunshots, were found hanging from a bridge along with a narcomessage.
TIJUANA, BAJA CALIFORNIA
A Russian citizen, identified as terrorist by the United States, was arrested in Tijuana, and had accomplices linked to the Sinaloa cartel, said the Secretary of Public Security of Baja California, Daniel de la Rosa Anaya. Georgiy Chipunov is accused of threatening to blow up the court facilities in San Diego, California, and assassinate judges and officers of the U.S., arrived two months ago this city. Following his arrest, he was extradited to the United States where he was considered highly dangerous. According to De la Rosa Anaya, he made no major activities here and had no opportunity to make connections with any criminal group.
CANCUN, QUINTANA ROO
The Marines, state and municipal police have arrested the leader of a group of ‘hawks’ or lookouts serving the Zetas, with most working as taxi drivers.
STATE OF MORELOS
A total of 15 people were slain over the 2 days of the weekend, which includes 7 women killed. The youngest victim was only 14 years old.
Mexican Soldiers Rescue 77 Kidnapped Migrants
Ottawa Issues Warning About Mexican States Plagued by Crime, Violence
4 Gulf cartel members captured in northern Mexico
More than 40 people died in the country over the Week-end
Mexico murders almost triple since 2005
In Mexico’s murder city, the war appears over
(Disputed by those living/working there. As of mid-year 2012, twice as many people have already been murdered in the city (about 600) than in 2007 when a total of about 320 people were killed.)
22 Die in Mexico Violence
Bodies of 2 Photographers Found Inside Car Trunk in Mexico
Documentary Looks at Migrants’ Rough Journeys Through Mexico
Running of Bulls in Mexico Leaves 2 Dead, 18 Injured
(18 estupidos and 2 muy estupidos-muertos)
Mexico shudders at rise of rebellious reggaetoneros
Honduras a ‘Nest’ of Narco-Politics: Official
Drug Chemical Seizures up 22% in Guatemala
Guatemalan National Police Capture 12 People with 405 Kilos of Cocaine
Venezuela Oil Rises to $102.19
Colombia Buys 11 Radar Systems for Coastal Security
Colombian Forces Arrest Eleven FARC Collaborators
Four Bolivians Arrested with 97 Kilos of Cocaine in Argentina
Brazilian Drug Dealers Say No to Crack in Rio
25 Killed in armed brawl at Venezuelan prison
Brazil’s Rural Social Movements to Work Together
Brazilian Mothers Rebel Against Cesarean Births
“more than half of all babies are born via C-section”
The world’s 5 richest terrorist groups
FARC, annual revenues that range from estimates of $80 to $350 million.
FARC Attack on Power Grid Fails
Paraguay Ranchers Report Guerrilla Extortion
Drug Gang Disrupted in Argentina, LSD and Ecstasy Confiscated
Technology Helps Caribbean Authorities Boost Narcotics Seizures
300 Hospitalized with Cholera Symptoms in Northern Dominican Republic
1st union of horse-drawn-carriage drivers founded in Cuba
52 African Migrants Intercepted in Waters South of Spain
US, Mexican Officials Brokering Deals with Drug “Cartels,” WikiLeaks Documents Show
Federal Auditor: 2,527 DHS Employees and Co-Conspirators Convicted of Crimes
Immigrants protest ‘illegal’ label
DHS awards $100 million contract for ultralight aircraft detection system
Border Patrol buys antennas to covertly snoop on the ‘bad guys’
Turn over ‘Fast & Furious’ papers-Op/Ed
Conspiracy indictments indicate sanctioned gunwalking, government lies
Patrolling the U.S.-Mexico border
Border Patrol kiosk detects liars trying to enter U.S.
Immigration sparks domestic terrorism threat
Domestic Drones On Law Enforcement’s Radar
Secure Communities: Criminal Alien Removals Increased, But Technology Planning Improvements Needed
Bloomberg: ‘Nobody Has Come Across the [U.S.-Mexico] Border in a Long Time’
(Wonder what planet is he on?)
Even Caribbean drug dealers are now entering this country through Mexico
Trains: The Overlooked Smuggler’s Tool
Brooks County, Ranchers Deal with Immigrants’ Deaths
Arizona woman inspires others after loss of her husband
(Border Patrol Agent husband killed on duty.)
DMV working on issue of driver’s licenses for illegal immigrants
Milford teams with feds on program to screen hires
First-of-its-kind police unit to focus on immigrants who commit crimes
Customs and Border Protection agents find marijuana in Santa Teresa farm tractors
5 illegal immigrants in Satsuma charged with getting fake licenses from massive Missouri ring
Immigration Ruling Clears The Way For Rollout Of Secure Communities Across Alabama
Cochise deputies locate injured Romanian in desert
ICE agents recognized for tough action in South San Francisco
Rain, Response, Rescues
Border Patrol Agents Assist Nogales Community
Border agents respond to 911 calls from exhausted immigrants
U.S. Border Patrol Weekly Blotter, Blaine Sector August 2 – August 15
Georgia cops can ask for immigration papers
Border Patrol nabs man wanted in 1980 homicide
Yuma Border Patrol agents seize marijuana dropped from air
Narcotics Dealer Convicted, Sentenced to 41 Months in Prison
Counterfeit Monetary Instruments Seized from Parcels Arriving from Ghana
San Diego CBP Officers Find 761 Pounds of Marijuana in Carrot Shipment
El Centro Sector Border Patrol stops criminal activity over the weekend
USS Carr Interdicts 1,250 Pounds of Cocaine During Operation Martillo
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