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Emergency Message for U.S. Citizens – WORLDWIDE CAUTION
September 14, 2012
In light of recent demonstrations in North Africa and the Middle East, we are retransmitting the Worldwide Caution message from July 2012.
The Department of State has issued this Worldwide Caution to update information on the continuing threat of terrorist actions and violence against U.S. citizens and interests throughout the world. U.S. citizens are reminded to maintain a high level of vigilance and to take appropriate steps to increase their security awareness. This replaces the Worldwide Caution dated July 18, 2012, to provide updated information on security threats and terrorist activities worldwide.
The Department of State remains concerned about the continued threat of terrorist attacks, demonstrations, and other violent actions against U.S. citizens and interests overseas. Current information suggests that al-Qaida, its affiliated organizations, and other terrorist organizations continue to plan terrorist attacks against U.S. interests in multiple regions, including Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. These attacks may employ a wide variety of tactics including suicide operations, assassinations, kidnappings, hijacking’s, and bombings.
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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.
A detention center here was attacked by about gunmen in several trucks. There were no injuries, and only minor damage caused by a grenade. In September 2011, two juvenile prisoners were freed by gunmen.
A 16 year old hitman who participated in at least 51 killings as a member of the Beltran-Leyva cartel could get 7 years imprisonment. He is originally from Tijuana, Baja California.
On Friday, two attacks on city hall and the attorney general’s offices canceled the celebration of Independence Day over the weekend. The attack wounded two police officers, and caused minor damage to the buildings.
A U. S. judge has ordered the arrest of the PAN elected Mayor of Fronteras, Sonora. He was served an arrest warrant by Sonoran attorney general agents for his connection with organized crime, but has been missing for ten days. It is unknown if he has been kidnapped.
At least 27 people were killed in the last few hours, in five states of Mexico. These included the finding of the bodies of three municipal police officers found shot to death in an alley in the neighborhood of Santa Maria Nativitas, State of Mexico.
SAN LUIS POTOSI
On Friday night at about 8:45pm, gunmen attacked the Commander of the Municipal police northern command. Although there were numerous bullets through the windshield of the police patrol unit, the Commander was uninjured and his assistant only had a bullet wound to his arm. A search of the area failed to locate the gunmen’s van.
MESA OF SAN RAFAEL, CHIHUAHUA
Gunmen stormed the homes of three men in the Sierra Tarahumara, where they were then taken to a nearby sawmill and decapitated one by one, using the sawmill’s saws to do it. Their bodies were left there.
SAN PEDRO, NUEVO LEÓN
A former PAN Congressman, Hernán Belden Elizondo, was kidnapped Friday evening. Using the GPS in his vehicle, it showed that he was taken to Santa Catarina, and his murdered body was found 7 minutes later.
MONTERREY, NUEVO LEÓN
Seven people were killed on Saturday, 4 of them in Monterrey and three in Apodaca. Those in Apodaca were killed by municipal police when they attacked the officers.
About 10 heavily armed gunmen in three vehicles attacked the state police base station here about 7:15pm Saturday night, and freed at gunpoint two men that had been arrested earlier. The two were due to be flown out latrer thaat evening. A large scale search of the city failed to locate those responsible.
TIZAPÁN EL ALTO, JALISCO
At last 17 bodies were found along the highway here, which border the State of Michoacan. All were men, and tied or chained. Investigators said they had been killed elsewhere and then dumped.
Hitmen failed in an attempted assassination on Saturday. Although the driver was wounded, his truck crashed to a stop against a power pole. He had apparently tried to escape by jumping the street median.
LA CALERA, ZACATECAS
A shootout between federal police and gunmen left 4 bad guys dead, with vehicles and weapons seized. The report mentions that security is improved in the city of Zacatecas due to multiple police agencies on patrol, as well as helicopter overflights. (HDN)
Massacres Mark Mexico Independence Weekend
As China’s Wages Climb, Mexico Stands to Win New Manufacturing Business
Mexico Is Catching Up to Brazil
Mexico hackers hit official websites in cyber protest
Nine Bodies Found Hanging from Bridge in Northeastern Mexico
Latest Mexico drug arrest may cripple Gulf cartel
16 men executed in Tamaulipas
PRI Lawmaker-Elect Killed in Mexican State of Sonora
7 Bodies dumped on road in northeastern Mexico
17 mutilated bodies found in central Mexico
Mexico Captures Leader, Founder of Resistencia Gang
12 Members of La Resistencia gang captured in western Mexico
The 37 most wanted criminals in Mexico
Mexican Government Says It Does Not Expect Food Crisis
Mexican Military Officials Can Face Internal Tribunals for Drug Charges
Mexico City mayor seeks to unite left after split
Mexican Experts Explore Tomb of Presumed 5th-Century Mayan Leader
Hezbollah in Belize – Is JP Involved?
Who helped Hezbollah terrorist get Belizean passport and IDs?
18 Fake Journalists Arrested in Nicaragua Are Suspected Drug Traffickers
U.S. banks should review Nicaraguan accounts
“If Hezbollah is laundering Mexican cartel, or Colombian trafficker profits, it will probably be using commercial banks in Central America to accept the dollars, which means they will later transit US banking…”
Colombians Attacked, Killed in Guatemala Town Bordering Mexico
Guatemalan Police Arrest Mexican, Port Official on Drug Charges
Costa Rica and Guatemala to Strengthen Police Cooperation
Colombia’s New Cocaine: Blood Gold
Rebels step up attacks on Colombia energy targets
Oil Output in Ecuador Climbs to 508,000 Barrels per Day
Brazil’s Economy Still Sluggish
Venezuela, Bolivia Reject Drug Traffic Accusations
Brazilian Radio Studio Destroyed by Bomb Blast
FARC Rebels Step up Attacks on Colombia Energy Targets
Colombia to Invest $100 Million in Regions with FARC and ELN Presence
Colombia: Bitter grounds
The woes of coffee farmers
Fires scorch thousands of acres in Colombia
Suriname and Brazil Strengthen Defense Cooperation
Brazil Donates Helicopters to Counter Drug Trafficking in Bolivia
Border Patrol Blunder: One-Way Flights Home for Illegal Crossers Will Continue
Rep. Gosar asks House leadership for floor vote on Eric Holder ‘no confidence’ resolution
Slain Border Patrol Agent’s Family Speaks Out-Video
Reviewing the U.S.-Mexico Security Relationship-video
(Starts at about 10 minutes into the video)
Mexico Hopes to Step of Pressure to Extradite US Border Patrol Agent
Border Patrol agents oppose pay cuts; rally political support in fight
President Vicente Fox urges U.S. leaders to expand Mexico partnership
Documentation for deferred action leads to confusion among illegal immigrants
Prosecutors Told to Stop Deporting Witnesses
U.S. Further Softens Its Position on Birth Tourism – But a Remedy Lurks
10 Injured in Fight at Puerto Rican Prison
Mixed Reviews as ICE Breaks Up a Mass Marriage Fraud Ring in Florida
Previously deported sex offender caught in California
Thirty Pounds of Meth Found During Border Patrol Inspection
Immigration Agent Busted for Housing Undocumented Migrants
(Actually a clerical worker, not an Agent.)
ICE Agents Arrest 50 Immigrants with Convictions
Mexican Sentenced in U.S. for Role in Drug Conspiracy
U.S. Border Patrol Agents Thwart Three Narcotic Smuggling Attempts in San Diego County
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