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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.
The Mexican military has arrested 5 gunmen in this small town, and seized their weapons which included rifles, handguns and ammunition. The vehicle they were in, reported as stolen, was also seized.
NEZAHUALCÓYOTL, STATE OF MÉXICO
The bodies of a man and woman were found dumped in the street, with hands and feet bound. There were bullet wounds to their bodies, with a final “coup de grace” to the head. A narco message was left, signed by the LFM (La Familia Michoacana).
The three-time mayor of Isla, Nahum Tress Manica and his son, Oscar Tress Marini were killed while driving to the island. In the past two years, at least a dozen people have been executed, several of them prominent politicians of that region.
Ten federal police have been detained and are being held in a Morelos jail for kidnapping and extortion. They went to the business allegedly with an arrest warrant, and then took a businesswoman to her home in an exclusive area of Jiutepec. There they told her they would help her for 1 million dollars. She called her brother who agreed to pay 200,000 pesos, but in reviewing the video of the business, realized they were federal police. He sent the video to the commander of the federal police, who proceeded with criminal proceedings against them. The following day, a Judge ordered them held.
A federal judge has ordered the arrest of the former Governor Tomas Yarrington Ruvalcaba, and INTERPOL now has the warrant and is looking in 150 countries for him. He was last seen in public in May. Photo below.
Mexico Makes Large Offshore Oil Find
Mexican police attacked CIA officers, ambush likely: sources
Mexican official: CIA ‘manages’ drug trade
Hyundai Motors to Invest $130 Million in New Plant in Mexico
Los Zetas drug cartel operate spy networks in Mexico and U.S.
’30 Killed’ in Gunfight as Mexico State Heats Up
Report: Guadalajara Represents Mexico’s Present, Future Crime Battles
International Arrest Warrant Issued for Mexico Governor
Mexicans see a losing battle in the war on crooked police
Jalisco authorities confirm that the Mencho remains at large
Juarez Murders: Mexican Government Unveils Memorial For Slain Women
Marines vs. Zetas: U.S. Hunts Drug Cartels in Guatemala
Guatemala Seizes Second Heroin Shipment in a Week
Guatemalan Prosecutor Seriously Wounded in Attack
Firearm Homicides in Latin America Exceed Global Average: Report
Honduras Discovers Cocaine Lab
Witness Describes Chainsaw Killing During Fariñas Trial in Nicaragua
Guatemalan Police Make Big Heroin Bust
from Mexico and France
Precursor Chemicals from China Seized in Guatemalan Caribbean
Bolivian police confiscated two tons of uranium
Brazil Intensifies Anti-Drug Pursuit on Borders
UAVs in Public Security and Civil Defense, Part 1
UAVs in Public Security and Civil Defense, Part 2
UAVs in Public Security and Civil Defense, Part 3
Colombian Government Launches Peace Talks With FARC
Gangs’ Truce Buys El Salvador a Tenuous Peace
Are El Salvador’s ‘Maras’ Becoming Political Actors?
Amid Criticism of a Slipping Economy, Fernandez May Face Criminal Fraud Probe
Paraguay: Crack busts on the rise
Pilot Killed in Crash of Drug Plane in Venezuela
Aunt says the daughter of Cuba’s vice president defected for love
OIG report on Fast and Furious ’10 times worse’ than expected
Feds strike against Mexican cartel and Mexican Mafia members in Inland Empire
Mexican drug cartels fight turf battles in Chicago
Americans Shot in Mexico Were CIA Operatives Aiding in Drug War
Attorney’s analysis of Project Gunrunner report shows admission of gunwalking
Grassley: Federal judge should overturn Obama’s Fast and Furious executive privilege claim
ICE Agents Raid North Hollywood Auto Shop For International Drug Trafficking
In Arizona, young illegal immigrants battle governor’s policy
Government report: Illegal aliens have started at least 30 wildfires in Arizona
US-Mexico border: Efforts to build a virtual wall
Cuban Smuggler, U.S. Citizen Boat Operator Sentenced to Prison for Alien Smuggling
Border Patrol Agents Set to Teach Students Signs of Drug Trafficking
Deming Border Agents Nab Sex Offender
Border Patrol: 5 immigrants saved from Rio Grande
Del Rio Border Patrol Agents Seize $500k Worth of Pot; Nab Two Convicted Sex Offenders
CBP officers seize $1.1 million in cocaine at Pharr, Brownsville ports
Mexican pleads guilty in human smuggling via plane
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