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Emergency Message for U.S. Citizens: Port of Spain (Trinidad & Tobago), Home Invasion/Physical Assault/Personal Safety Information
This is a security message for U.S. citizens traveling in or visiting Trinidad and Tobago to inform you that there have been two confirmed incidents of physical assaults and home invasions in the Westmoorings/Diego Martin/Glencoe area.
The first incident occurred on Tuesday October 16, 2012 at approximately 8:35 pm. An armed man entered the home through an opened window, assaulted the victims, and proceeded to ransack the home. The local police are aware of the situation and are conducting an investigation.
The second incident occurred on Wednesday October 17, 2012. The home invader entered the residence through a skyline window. He then assaulted the resident. Please review your personal security plans; remain aware of your surroundings, including local events; and monitor local media outlets for updates. Maintain a high level of vigilance and take appropriate steps to enhance your personal security.
The following is an extract and translation from an article dated Oct. 22, ’12, in “El Heraldo” (Tegucigalpa, Honduras)
The original may be seen at:
In the last nine months in Honduras 687 young adults, mostly males, have lost their life due to violence. Of that total, 104 were murdered in September.
The tally is for victims between 17 and 24 years of age, and it totals over seven thousand in the last fourteen years.
Out of September’s 104 assassinations, 77 were committed with firearms, 16 victims were strangled and nine died from stabbing. The reporting source stated that the assassins’ identities are unknown in 89 out of last month’s 104 cases.
(Note: Honduras is approximately the size of Tennessee (Source: CIA World Fact Book)
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
State officials announced the finding of a tunnel inside the Topo Chico prison. The tunnel was about 55 feet long and a bit over 4 feet wide, and in an area of unused cells.
On Monday, it was reported that the police chief, two deputies, and their 3 bodyguards had disappeared after a Red Cross event. A wide scale search was started. On Wednesday morning, October 17th, they were found in front of a pool bar, smelling of alcohol. They showed signs of violence and said they were forced to drink the alcohol.
Marines have discovered an underground crematorium, clothing and other things in a mine. Recovered ashes and other items, numbering over 40,000, have identified at least 39 victims. Clothing indicate victims included women and children.
A former state policeman and his wife were executed in the garage of their home. He had resigned as an officer in mid-September.
Protesters Occupy Government Office in Mexican Capital
Violent Mexico Border State Is Snapshot Of Nation
Destroying drug cartels, the mathematical way
Zetas Splinter Group Announces Mission to Kill Z-40
“new group called…Los Legionarios”
Navy has become Mexico’s most important crime-fighting force
(Navy actually refers to their Marines, who are under the Navy as ours are.)
12 Die in Violence in Mexico
Mexican police arrest three in killing of politician’s son
7 killed in shootout with Marines in a Zetas cartel stronghold
7 Mexico officials detained for links to cartel
Mexican labor reform hits hurdle in Congress
Mexico Has World’s Highest Level of Energy Security
Mexico Drug War: Heriberto Lazcano Death In Coahuila A Snapshot Of Nation
Mexico’s Corn Supply Secure into First Half of 2013, Government Says
Obesity: Mexico starts war against sugary drinks and fatty foods
Mexico and Cuba Begin Process of Expanding Trade Ties
Amid Drug War, Mexico Fights Wave Of Common Crime
Mass protests encircling Costa Rica’s Casa Presidencial
Report Finds Violence Spurring Central American Children to Migrate to U.S.
Protesters, government forces clash in Panama, 9-year-old dead
Drug dealers giving away their products outside Costa Rica schools
Costa Rica Unveils Electronic Surveillance Systems at Borders, Airports
Costa Rica to declare “war” on tobacco smuggling
Central American Mothers Look For Missing Migrants
Shooting Leaves 3 Dead in Colombia**
(Two police officers.)
People smuggler linked to Mexico massacre sentenced in Ecuador
Colombia and U.S. Seize Ton of Cocaine in the Caribbean
Peruvian Congress Approves U.S. Troops to Enter the Country
Shining Path Terrorist Attacks Could Endanger Peruvian Oil Pipelines
Brazil Wants More Unmanned Air Vehicles on Borders
Five Soldiers Die in FARC Attack in Colombia
FARC Rebel Wanted for Murders, Kidnappings Arrested in Colombia
Violence Rises as Urabeños Move into Southwest Colombia
Guns, Plastic Explosives Found in Venezuelan Prison
Venezuela crime soars amid declining poverty
Colombia: Criminal gangs fight for control in San Andres
Rio’s slums attract young, hip European immigrants looking for cheap housing
Peru Weighs Proposal to Hike Military Budget, Double Number of Police
Demobilized FARC encouraged to work in oil sector
Authorities Make Big Cocaine Bust in Dominican Republic
Cocaine smuggler made cross-border runs 2-3 times a week
Operation Martillo Recovers $26 Million Worth of Cocaine
South American Cocaine Trafficking Drug Ring Busted in Italy
Border Patrol: Agents Shot at From Mexico
No Fast & Furious question in debate, but case back in spotlight, anyway
Administration Ignoring Law Denying Visas To ‘Likely’ Welfare Recipients, Senator Says
Media Describes Illegal Aliens As “Undocumented Californians”
Border Agents Relying on Outdated Surveillance Equipment
DHS Inspector General: ‘80 Percent Increase’ in Cross-Border Tunnels Since 2008
Writing book helps Ariz. Border Patrol widow cope
Kansas case puts face on ‘total identity theft’ by illegal immigrants
After 6 years, CBP’s staffing model for agriculture inspections still not ready
Are U.S. Agents Who Shoot Mexicans Across the Border Above the Law?
Caught in the current of reverse migration-good read
Anti-ICE graffiti appears in Southwest Detroit as tensions rise
Texas county official charged with smuggling money for Los Zetas Cartel
HSI Dismantles Multi-State Drug, Money Laundering Operation
Feds: Illegal aliens crammed into Brewer ‘safe house’
Arizona border agent injured in ATV crash
Zetas Hitman Gets Life in Prison
Smuggler rams truck into agent SUV
2 Memphis residents accused of human trafficking
Border Patrol: Alabama man faces charges after attempting to hit agents with his car
Nine Migrants Picked Up On Key Biscayne
“four juveniles from Colombia, four from Ecuador and one person from Cuba”
Former Nigerian Fugitive Convicted in Multi-Million-Dollar Fraud Scheme
Steve Yassine Enters Guilty Plea in Federal Drug Case
“a citizen of the Ivory Coast living in Austin, “
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