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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.
FRONTERA COMALAPA, CHIAPIS
The deputy chief of the municipal police here was traveling in a bus outside of town. When he saw a military roadblock, he exited it before the checkpoint and tried to flee. He was quickly caught, and found to be carrying a total of 35 small packages of cocaine.
The state attorney general reported the status of a 15 year old girl that survived a shootout. She received 10 bullets to different parts of the body. The shootout about 6 pm Monday killed 2 other teens with a third one dying in the hospital of a gunshot to the head.
An anonymous tip led authorities to a clandestine grave where 3 bodies have been discovered so far. Authorities continue searching.
Two brothers aged 18 and less than 12 years old, were shot and are in grave condition. The younger was shot in the head and the other in the clavicle. A search by 10 patrol units failed to locate any suspects.
Municipal police on patrol were attacked by gunmen in a van. This resulted in 100 soldiers and state police, and included 3 state police helicopters. Vehicle checkpoints were established to keep out strangers while checking for the suspects. Two were detained and questioned.
A group of gunmen shot the police director of Hostotipaquillo, who was traveling with his wife and two officers. In the shootout police chief died, a bodyguard and a bad guy. The chief’s wife and other bodyguard were seriously wounded. Another of the gunmen was apparently wounded, as he was seen with blood on adjoining streets. A search failed to turn up any of the gunmen at the time. A subsequent report identified 8 suspects detained, 2 for the killing of the chief and the others who served as lookouts. State Police secured several bulletproof vests, grenades, rifles, including a .50 caliber, helmets and phones, as well as four vehicles, all reported as stolen.
ECATEPEC, STATE OF MEXICO
Three young men were gunned down, leaving 1 dead, and one gravely wounded.
LOS COLGADOS, SINALOA
Two human skeletons of people who presumably were male and apparently were shot, were found yesterday afternoon near here. One skeleton was 80% complete whereas the other was scattered over an area apparently because of animals. One skull showed a bullet hole.
SAN BERNABE, NUEVO LEÓN
A father and his two grown sons were executed here on Wednesday. The 3 men were naked and had been shot in the head. These were 3 in a sting of killings in January, where 6 have died and 2 more were kidnapped.
Mexico’s New Intelligence Agency Part of Changed Approach to Drug Violence
Frost Hits Northern Mexico Vegetables, Total Damage Unknown
(Expect veggie prices to increase, [just saw lettuce $2.00 head] “90% are exported to the U.S.)
Mexico: Aztec tiger-Financial Times
Mexico’s new president changes topic from drug violence, even as mass killings continue
Mexico’s new president mostly mum on drug violence
Mexican Oil Giant Takes Delivery of 2 New Ships
Mexican Officials: Sex-Slavery Cult Broken Up, Leader Claimed to be Christ
Mexican Officials: Musicians’ Bodies Among Those Found in Well
Mexico Busts Multinational Extortion Gang
Catholic Priests In Mexico Encourage Country To ‘Forgive’ Narco Killers
Protests Against Calderon’s Fellowship Appointment Continue
Mexican Police Detain Honduran Migrants
Russians to Build Crisis-Response Center in Nicaragua
Coffee rust could become unmanageable, agronomists warn
(a fungus, and 50% of crop is at risk; potewntial for increased prices for coffee)
Nicaragua bets on medical tourism
Medical tourism is still nascent in Nicaragua, but the country says it has the right conditions to compete with Costa Rica and Panama
Six Men Killed in Northern Honduras
Russia to Become Venezuela’s No. 1 Oil Partner
Colombian Priest Arrested in Moscow for Cocaine Trafficking
Colombia’s FARC to continue targeting military personnel
Three Alleged Guerrilla Members Captured in Paraguay
Ontario-based bodyguard in Gadhafi plot ordered out of Canada by IRB
“A former associate of his, Canadian Cynthia Vanier, is facing charges in Mexico for allegedly trying to smuggle al-Saadi Gadhafi into that country”
Obama Closing Air Defense System on U.S./Mexico Border
House, Holder may near deal on Fast and Furious contempt
Sessions: Obama Immigration Enforcement Chief Must Resign
President’s illegal-immigrant uncle final deportation hearing Dec. 3
McCAUL: Immigration Reform Must Emphasize Border Security
Economic Nudge for an Immigration Overhaul
Mexico ‘welcomes’ new U.S. immigration reform push
(please see item directly below this.)
Mexico stays on the sidelines in immigration reform debate
San Bernardino district attorney wants government to collect immigrants’ DNA as part of reform deal
Missouri leaders stress security and enforcement in immigration debate
H-1B visa expansion gets Obama approval
“to increase H-1B visas for skilled workers from 65,000 to 115,000 a year, and possibly as many as 300,000 a year.”
“Border numbers rise ahead of talks on immigration” / “Arrest numbers signal 9 percent jump in illegal immigration in 2012″-Mike Cutler
Checkpoints Prove Successful Against Drug Smuggling
CBP Intercepts Cocaine Smugglers in Open Waters
Illinois trooper seizes more than $1.5 million in cash during traffic stop
Puerto Rico Man Sentenced for Distributing Counterfeit Pharmaceuticals Across U.S.
ICE Arrests 51 Immigrants in the Chicagoland Area
Incidents of Smuggling Continue to Pose Challenges for U.S. Border Patrol Agents in West Texas and New Mexico
Federal raids lead to arrests of 21 in Yakima
CBP Officers in Buffalo Arrest Three Imposters in One Week
(Imposters may use either an immigration document, such as a ‘green’ card, birth certificate,
or passport from the U.S. or another country.)
Presidio CBP Officers Find White Powder Instead of Black Gold in Vehicle’s Oil Pan
El Centro Sector Border Patrol Successfully Prosecutes and Convicts 21 People
(including some getting 5 years)
Maine bath salts bust leads to $700,000 drug seizure in Texas
(although the article does not say, one wonders about cartel involvement due to TX address)
Suspects in School Burglary Arrested at Border Patrol Checkpoint
Semi-Automatic Weapons Found On Undocumented Immigrant, Border Patrol Alleges
Border Patrol seizes half a million dollars worth of pot
(from a semi-trailer)
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