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Emergency Message for U.S. Citizens: Guadalajara (Mexico), Heightened Security Alert Status in Jalisco
September 06, 2012
The State of Jalisco has declared a heightened security alert status following Mexican military/police operations near the Providencia and Valle Real communities in Guadalajara. The Consulate recommends that all American citizens take precautions and be vigilant to news reports regarding events in the state of Jalisco until the situation returns to normal.
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.
MONTERREY, NUEVO LEÓN
Two men’s bodies were dumped into the street from taxis, both had been decapitated, with the heads in a separate bag. The gunmen in the taxis continued after dumping the bodies. Some reports said the bodies were dismembered inside the blankets. Police are investigating the license plates of the two taxis.
APODACA, NUEVO LEÓN
One of the principal Zeta leaders for the town of Anhuac was killed outside the prison in Apodaca. The killers tried to simulate suicide by hanging him from the sprinklers with a belt. Juan Antonio Torres Hernández, alias El Chaparro, was arrested by state investigators on June 26th.
A rapist was found hanging from a road sign, with a sign on his chest, held in place with two ice picks. His arms were tied behind his back, and his penis had been severed and put into his mouth.
CIUDAD VICTORIA, TAMAULIPAS
A narco grave was discovered on a ranch near the township of Xicoténcatl. The decaying bodies were five males and a woman. Authorities said it was not possible to determine injuries or how they died.
The PGR (attorney general) says in a statement made by the Mexican Marine Captain that there were three US CIA agents in the vehicle with him when it was attacked. He continued the attack was directed at them, and specifically where the vehicle armor was the weakest, the roof. The Marines and federal police say there were only two agents, but the PGR and the Marine captain’s testimony reveal otherwise. The newspaper 24 Horas reported the agents had entered Mexico from Afghanistan, using documents with false names. The newspaper obtained information they were retired CIA Agents, rehired to perform specific tasks in different countries, including Mexico.
Mexico Condemns Citizen’s Killing on U.S. Border
Mexican Police Arrest 12 Drug Traffickers
Acapulco ‘cartel leader’ Juan Diego seized
Tweets of false shootouts, caravan of gunmen cause panic in Mexico (City)
Audi revs up in Mexico
Crime and Insecurity is Bad for Business and Consumer Confidence
Seven die in Mexico gang violence
Boy helps uncover gun cache in Mexico
Deportees to Mexico’s Tamaulipas preyed upon by gangs
Clandestine Drug Lab Shut Down in Western Mexico
Mexican University President Found to Have Fake Degree
Israeli Media Accuses Nicaragua of Staging Hezbollah Training Camp
Nicaragua’s San Cristobal volcano forces mass evacuation
Transport infrastructure continues to plague Costa Rica’s competitiveness
Businesses in Honduran Capital Beseiged By Crime, Extortion
A Closer Look at El Salvador’s Homicide Stats
COSTA RICA: Be on the lookout for counterfeit banknotes
U.S. Cargo Ship Captain Arrested, Vessel Detained in Venezuela
Colombian Court Convicts Former General of Money Laundering
Colombian Senior Official to Quit After Death Threats
Rebels to Push for Immediate Bilateral Cease Fire in Colombia Talks
Colombia’s President Santos rejects FARC ceasefire call
Three Million in Peru Still Lack Electricity
Top Member of the Shining Path Killed in Peruvian Jungle
DEA Administrator Awarded Order of Merit from Dominican President
More Than 3,000 Pounds of Cocaine Seized in Caribbean Waters
Russians return to Cuba
JAMAICA: Cop to face murder charge for killing pregnant woman
Six Die of Burns from Cuba Gas Station Blaze
U.S. Catches Mexico Prison Break Escapee
(More secure than ever ??, says DHS Secretary.)
U.S. Treasury announces sanctions against second wife of El Chapo
NAFBPO Briefing to Cong. Pearce, Aug. 18,2012-Video
Undocumented Immigrant Addresses Democratic Convention
Dispute helped sideline California sanctuary bill for illegal immigrants
Arizona Immigration Law Survives Ruling
Resistance as USDA considers Mexico inspections
Local drug trafficking group used ranchlands to bypass South Texas checkpoints
Divided by Immigration Policy
DEA and Mexico Announce Further Steps to Combat Meth Production
New film series spotlights narco-terrorism threat to Texas agriculture
US refugee program attracting Somalis to Malta
Man Sentenced for Sexual Exploitation of a Minor in Belize
Border patrol agents fill drug tunnel with concrete
USBP agents arrest sex offender entering illegally near Lordsburg
Immigrant to be removed from US for 11th time
5 tons of pot seized in 5 days across Valley
Illegal alien charged with child rape in South Carolina
Man accused of smuggling kilo of heroin in stomach
Kingsville border patrol stops suspected Salvadorian gang member
Illegal immigrant with 3 aliases sentenced in East St. Louis
Border Patrol catches deported sex offender near Indio
Illegal alien charged with running teen prostitution ring in Va.
Mi Pueblo supermarket chain chief criticized for using E-Verify
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