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Emergency Message for U.S. Citizens: Guadalajara (Mexico), Heightened Alert in Response to Illegal Blockades
The State of Jalisco continues to maintain a heightened alert status in response to recent illegal blockades. The U.S. Consulate General in Guadalajara has advised its employees to stay close to home, avoid intercity travel, and continue to follow the local media for additional information.
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.
Three men and a woman were gunned down here. A narcomessage was spray painted on a nearby fence.
On Thursday, it was reported that there were 33 killings over a two day period. One of them was the police chief of Galeana. Most of these are attributed to the rivalry between the CDG and Zetas, as shown by numerous narco messages left with the bodies.
State police captured 4 members of the CJNG (Cártel de Jalisco Nueva Generación) in Tonalá and Zapopan municipalities.
Federal agents, acting on an anonymous tip, arrested a couple carrying methamphetamine concealed in 6 bun sandwiches.
Four suspected gunmen fell and three officers of the Federal Public Security Secretariat (SSP) were gravely wounded after a gun battle on Friday morning. It began with a chase and ended with the shootout. Three of the bad guys were shot, and another died when he crashed when fleeing. There were 4 bad guys arrested, with weapons, ammunition,m radios and vehicles seized.
ANAHUAC, NUEVO LEÓN
The state attorney general announced the arrest of the Secretary of Public Security of Anahuac, the director of police and a police officer for alleged complicity with an organized crime cell involved in at least six executions. Among the victims, said the source, is the wife of the former commander of the state police, Alanis Oscar Rocha, who was kidnapped on 1 August and whose body was found Monday in an unpopulated area. Three suspects were arrested in that crime, and implicated the others arrested.
Two undercover federal agents were gunned down late Friday afternoon. Residents reported shooting, and on arrival, police and military found one agent dead, and the other died during emergency treatment at a clinic. An 80 year old uninvolved man was gravely wounded. Investigators reported at least 60 bullet holes in the federal agents car.
In a span of just over four hours, four people were killed here Friday.
GUADELOUPE, NUEVO LEÓN
David Rosales Guzman, El Comandante Diablo, identified as head of the Gulf Cartel plaza in Monterrey, was arrested Saturday by the Federal Police. He is implicated in multiple murders, kidnappings, extortion and attacks.
At least 13 have died in the Acapulco area this weekend. It began Saturday night with a shootout between the military and gunmen near the town of El Camarón which left 6 bad guys dead. Sunday morning 3 men were found executed near Atoyac de Álvarez. In Acapulco, two men were killed, with one dismembered. A family in a vehicle were attacked, leaving the father and a ONE YEAR OLD CHILD dead. Two women with them were wounded.
Early Sunday, a shootout here left a state police officer and two suspects dead. No other information was released, other than telling people to stay off the streets.
PUERTO VALLARTA, JALISCO**
Two municipal police officers, Ramiro Grande Navarro and Francisco de León Velázquez, were shot and killed about 7:30am Sunday morning as they approached a juvenile detention facility for shift change. The one was the shift commander.
Hundreds Take Part in Anti-Government Protest in Mexico
Mexican troops arrest Zetas leader “El Cochiloco” in Zacatecas
Mexico electoral court upholds Peña Nieto victory
Mexico’s Lopez Obrador rejects presidential poll ruling
21 Die in Drug-Related Violence in Northern Mexico
The trials of Ernesto Zedillo
“An American court is preparing to judge the man who brought democracy to Mexico for war crimes. The case looks like a settling of political scores.”
Aeromexico, Delta to Build Maintenance Facility in Mexico
($40 million investment.)
Mexico Shooting: Agents Who Shot U.S. Embassy Vehicle Were Reportedly Probing A Kidnapping
Author: Zetas split points to more violence, new alliances
Mexican Elections, Terrorism, and the PRI: Cartel War in Flux?
Mexico, Belize Meet to Discuss Border Security
Photo Essay: Mexican Caravan Goes 5,600 Miles for Peace
Poisoning sends 38 Mexican kindergartners to hospital
Guatemala Court Rules to Extradite Ex-President Portillo to US
Police Press Affairs Officer Gunned Down in Honduras
“This violent act committed against a police officer just reflects the general situation of lack of security in Honduras,”
El Salvador to Deploy Anti-Terrorism Squad to Fight Bus Extortion
One Dead, One Wounded in Clash Over Land in Honduras
El Salvador investigating 80% of country’s judges
The Arabs of South America
Indigenous Amazon Reports Massacre in Venezuela
Venezuela Probes Alleged Massacre of Indians
Petrobras to Invest Nearly $72 Billion in Downstream Business (Brazil)
Ahead of Peace Talks, Suspected FARC Rebels Blow Up Coal Railroad
One Dead, 27 Wounded in Grenade Attack in Colombia
Peru’s President Ollanta Humala Aims to Modernize Armed Forces, Police
Nine People accused of drug trafficking arrested by Colombian Nat Police
Ecuadorean Police Confiscates Cocaine from Colombia
Police Operation Leaves 2 Dead in Brazil
Three-Way Marriage Ignites Uproar in Brazil
Deadly Police Clash Points to Peru’s Inability to Tackle Coca Crops in Key Valley
Brasilia Requests Federal Police Patrols to Fight Crime Wave
11 Dead, 41 Injured in Peru Truck Accident
Peru to lift state of emergency in 3 provinces
Brazil Enacts Affirmative Action Law for Universities
Patrol Boats Delivered to St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Mexican Gunmen Fire at Border Patrol Agents near Hidalgo
3 events this month to honor slain BP agent
Does IG report scapegoat Fast & Furious?
Fast and Furious: Prosecutions Coming?
Immigration Bill Rekindles Debate
Corruption: A lethal weapon, too
ICE chief of staff resigns after allegations of lewd conduct
Mexico extradites alleged drug cartel member Eduardo Arellano-Felix to US
Mexico and the Fundamental Transformation of the United States
Chinese woman sentenced to four years in federal prison for espionage
Better screening of DHS hiring prospects needed
Hispanics in North Carolina Fight Deportations
have formed a support group
Drop house busted in Glendale; 42 arrested
(Wait, what about that ‘more secure border than ever’?)
MS-13 gang member sentenced to 12 months for illegally re-entering United States
“El Salvador native previously sentenced to 25 years for raping 8-year-old girl”
CBP officers seize nearly $505k in narcotics
HSI Newark and Spanish authorities combat narcotics smuggling
“3 arrested in Barcelona after cocaine was intercepted in New Jersey”
Illegal alien accused of molestation, child pornography and impregnating victim
Mexico trying to free convicted child murderer
Double murder suspect arraigned
Illegal immigrant in Poconos pleads guilty to drug trafficking
Illegal Immigrant Faces DUI, Other Charges
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