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Emergency Message for U.S. Citizens: Kingston (Jamaica), Security Awareness in the Aftermath of Events in North Africa
As many of you know from reading and watching the news, two State Department compounds were attacked yesterday in Egypt and Libya. While the conflict may seem far away, security situations around the world can change quickly. We continue to urge you to remain vigilant to your surroundings and to maintain a heightened situational awareness. You should regularly monitor the U.S. Embassy’s website at http://kingston.usembassy.gov .
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.
From a News story:
Another ‘narco-blogger’ murdered in Mexico
“administrator of the popular ‘narco-blog’ known as Mundo Narco”
Mexican Marines have captured Jorge Eduardo Costilla Sánchez, better known as El Coss, top leader of the CDG (Cartel del Gulfo). He was born on August 1, 1971, in Tamaulipas. He worked as an officer with the Matamoros Municipal Police, between 1992 and 1995. He later became a lieutenant of Osiel Cardenas Guillen, and when Osiel was caught and imprisoned, El Coss became the top leader of the CDG. Five of his bodyguards have also been captured. It is believed that Mario Armando Ramírez Treviño, alias “X-20″ or “Pelón” will become the new top boss of the CDG. Clashes are expected to continue in Tamaulipas as the Zetas and CDG continue to battle each other.
CHIMALHUACAN AND NEZAHUALCOYOTL, STATE OF MEXICO
La Familia Michoacana (LFM) executed 7 persons in two separate incidents in these two towns Thursday morning.
The deputy chief of traffic police here, Manuel Gándara Orozco, was gunned down on Wednesday near Wal Mart, and a few blocks from his home. He had been with the department for 20 years, and is survived by his wife and two children. It is reported that arriving officers cried when they saw him, still seat belted, with bullet wounds to his head and face.
SAN JUAN DEL RIO, DURANGO**
The bodies of two municipal police officers have been found dumped at an intersection of 2 roads outside of town.
Gunmen from several trucks entered a church, and kidnapped 8 central Americans, three men and five women. The migrants were waiting at the church for the northbound train to continue their trip to the United States.
Mexican Senate urges arrest for border killing of Mexican
Mexico Slaughters 22.3 Million Birds to Prevent Spread of Flu
Accountant for Zetas, Lorenzo Zepeda Jose Saenz was captured
PRI Proposes Reducing Size of Mexico’s Congress
Mexican Navy says captures top drug boss “El Coss”
Oil reform may be too slippery for Peña Nieto
Resorts Make Pitch for Mexico’s Reputation
4 Die in shootout with soldiers in northeast Mexico
Sifting for answers in a mass grave in Tapachula, Mexico
Former Lawmaker’s Body Found in Northern Mexico
Residents in violent border city use acupuncture to cope with trauma
Guatemala volcano erupts outside tourist center, officials order 33,000 evacuated
Nicaragua expresses solidarity with US
Sale of Counterfeit Products Can Finance Terrorism
Mob in Guatemala Kills Man Who Murdered 2 Kids
Brazil Police Occupy Rio de Janeiro Shantytown After 12 Murders
Brazilian Police Kill 9 Drug Traffickers in Shootout
Insight: Shining Path political arm revives as Peru’s Humala disappoints
Lima’s urgent priority is to reform public transport
Ecuador Sets the Regional Pace in Counter Narcotics River Operations
FARC Leader of 21 Years Alias ‘Samuel’ Killed in Combat
In rare show of solidarity, Cuba condemns deadly attack on US diplomats in Libya
Cuba ‘ready to negotiate’ fate of US detainee Gross
A Ton of Cocaine Seized in the Colombian Caribbean
Canada imposing visa requirements on St Lucia, St Vincent
“Concerns about human trafficking and fraudulent travel documents”
Cuba struggles with foreign investment, growth
Man Implicated in ICE Agent Death Extradited to the U.S.
First Annual Brian Terry Foundation Benefit Dinner in Tucson
Border Patrol station opening in Naco
Jon Stewart Slams Obama Executive Privilege, Fast & Furious, and Eric Holder
Statement of Judiciary Committee Chairman Lamar Smith
(Fast and Furious, Executive Privilege)
IG: Criminal Aliens Who Gave False Information to CBP Not Flagged in IDENT Database
Quick Start to Program Offering Immigrants a Reprieve
Mexico ‘Zetas leader’ Rejon Aguilar extradited to US
“alleged to be the third in command of the Zeta-DEA had offered a $5m-reward”
UCLA shuts down controversial illegal immigrant college program
San Diego CBP Officers Discover 4,576 Pounds of Marijuana in False Wall
Officers at Hidalgo Arrest Reynosa Man with $1M Worth of Cocaine
CBP Officer arrested by Border Corruption Task Force agents
Cameron County Officials Discuss Spillover Violence
Undocumented immigrant says co-worker stole lottery winnings
Colorado Man Wanted for Homicide Nabbed
CBP Officers Seize 17 Vehicles and Assess $93,500 in Fines
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