Mexico is Most Dangerous Country on the Planet; Border Patrol Shoots and Kills Suspect-Agent Wounded; U.S. Grants Honduras $16.3 Million to Combat Crime


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Security Message for U.S. Citizens: Guatemala,

Violent Acts In and Around Mataquescuintla


The U.S. Embassy advises U.S. citizens traveling and residing in Guatemala that violent acts in and around Mataquescuintla, Jalapa State are becoming more common. In addition, there have been large protests in the City of Jalapa, Jalapa that have the potential for turning violent. Road access has become limited due to intermittent demonstrations. The U.S. Embassy recommends that all U.S. citizens residing or traveling near Mataquescuintla and the City of Jalapa avoid the areas of demonstrations, and exercise caution if in the vicinity of any large gatherings, protests, or demonstrations.

Review your personal security plans; remain aware of your surroundings, including local events; and monitor local news stations for updates. Maintain a high level of vigilance and take appropriate steps to enhance your personal security and follow instructions of local authorities.

We strongly recommend U.S. citizens traveling to or residing in Guatemala enroll in the Department of State’s Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) at STEP enrollment gives you the latest security updates, and makes it easier for the U.S. Embassy or nearest U.S. consulate to contact you in an emergency. If you don’t have Internet access, enroll directly with the nearest U.S. Embassy or Consulate.

Regularly monitor the State Department’s website at, where you can find current Travel Warnings, including the Travel Warning for Guatemala Travel Alerts, and the Worldwide Caution. Read the Country Specific Information for Guatemala at For additional information, refer to “A Safe Trip Abroad” on the State Department’s website.

Twelve pictures that show why Mexico is one of the most dangerous countries on the planet

Craigslist job scam lures people to Mexico

21 bags located in Jalisco containing human remains

ICE Agents’ Union Wants to Slow Immigration Overhaul

Under Continuing Resolution, DHS Largely Escapes Sequestration

Border Patrol Shoots and Kills Suspect; Agent Wounded

Border Patrol agent dies in collision at Bowker and McCabe roads

U.S. Border Patrol Uniforms Manufactured in Mexico

Border Patrol calls Secret Service after man threatens president
claims to be Dwight Eisenhower’s son and he’s out to get Obama.

Customs and Border Protection getting a new acting commissioner at month’s end

‘Fast and Furious’ report finds DHS missed warning signs, Napolitano in the dark

Long-awaited ‘Furious’ report places blame on ATF, Justice

DHS Fast and Furious OIG report fed to Los Angeles Times, not to public

DHS Involvement in OCDETF-Operation Fast and Furious (OIG Report)

‘Fast and Furious’ Subpoena Case Ordered to Mediation

U.S. Border Patrol Weekly Blotter, Blaine Sector March 14 – March 20, 2013
(India, El Salvador, Mexico nationals caught)

New border security concerns impacting immigration reform
Where does ‘Gang of 8’ effort stand?

Baseline For Acceptable Level Of Illicit Cross-Border Activity Gets Closer Scrutiny
“… DHS has acknowledged…that for several years it’s been working on a new “holistic” measurement of border security, called the Border Condition Index (BCI).”

Vicente Fox Says Mexico Will Not Act to Stop Illegal Immigration

DHS Oversight Panel Hears Consequences Of Not Having Definition Of Homeland Security

Gowdy Presses DHS on Release of Aggravated Felons to Cut Costs

DHS questioned over decision to let Saudi passengers skip normal passport controls

Syrian with ties to 9/11 hijackers still in US, virtually immune from deportation

How telecom reform in Mexico could impact U.S. immigration

Gowdy: ICE Release of Detainees Looks Like Politics

GOP House Approves CR Allowing Obama to Continue Paring Back Border Patrol

U.S. Grants Honduras $16.3 Million to Combat Crime
(while furloughing Border Patrol Agents)

Intelligence Driven Drug Enforcement Making Undesirable Routes

Visas for high-skilled workers could double under bipartisan Senate plan

Minn. looks at licenses for illegal immigrants

Man allegedly crosses border by raft
(from U.S. to Canada)

Border agents come to the rescue in Texas, California

Immigration System Testimony -Michael Cutler (INS Retired)

Child molesters: They’re coming to America

Two illegal alien child-predators escape from North Carolina jail

Illegal alien charged with molesting a child in Missouri

El Centro Sector Border Patrol Thwarts Methamphetamine Smuggling Attempt during Bus Inspection

Heroin Bust Worries Local Police

Illegal alien admits to beating 4-year-old boy to death in Oregon

$4.3 Million Worth of Marijuana Seized by Border Patrol Agents

El Centro Sector Pulls the Reigns Tight on Smuggling
Horse Patrol Unit Grabs 15 in the desert

Cocaine bust: 70 kilograms found stashed in tractor-trailer in Sylmar

2,000 lbs. of marijuana bales found discarded on Calif. beach

Dead body found in trunk of burned car
(? Is there possibility of being a cartel hit?)

Illegal Alien Woman Stages Robbery to Obtain Victim Visa

Illegal alien pleads guilty to sexually assaulting 5-year-old girl in Texas


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, or Some incidents of violence may not be included here due to the large number of death reports.

Armed men, on board a van, shot Federal Police inspector, Francisco Humberto Cabrera Jiménez. “They reported an assault that killed a member of the Federal Police at km 54 +600 of Victoria-Monterrey highway, near Oyama ejido” According to the agencies the lifeless body of the inspector was on the asphalt of the road. He was patrolling the highway alone.


On Thursday, 3/21, violence again picked up with the execution of four people, bringing the total to 120 since January. Officials say the rising violent deaths are due to conflict between the Sinaloa and Tijuana cartels.
Brazil stocks fall to 8-month low; Mexico rises

A Mexico Border Shootout Reveals Effort to Cover Up Violence

Bodies of Seven Executed Men Left on Chairs in Middle of Mexican Town***
“…another seven people were killed in neighboring Guerrero…Four civilians and three off-duty federal agents died.”

Bodies of Seven Executed Men Left on Chairs in Middle of Mexican Town3

Bodies of Seven Executed Men Left on Chairs in Middle of Mexican Town4

Drug thugs in Mexico warn more violence is to come after pinning notes on victims with ice picks

Five Die in Shootout in Northwest Mexico*
More than 3,100 people have been killed in drug-related violence since Dec. 1

Corrupt Peru Police Linked to Mexico City Airport Shooting

Mexico Identifies Violent Zones for New Crime Prevention Strategy

Mexico stunned by new president’s flying start

Is Mexico’s Peña Nieto Moving Toward a New Narco-Reality?

Mexico president: Judge my anti-violence strategy in a year

Sinaloa Cartel’s Regional Chief Detained

Mayor, police officer killed by armed men in southern Mexico*

Vigilante Standoff Highlights Mexico Security Dilemma

Migrants Seek Refuge Underground in Mexican Border City

Mexico demands Sotheby’s halt auction in Paris of pre-Hispanic artifacts from Mexico

Shootout in Mexico Leaves 10 Dead

It’s a dirty job: Meet Mexico City’s official sewer diver

U.S. Grants Honduras $16.3 Million to Combat Crime

Authorities detain U.S. citizen with 1,417 grams of liquid cocaine

Guatemala, U.S. Perform Naval Exercises against Organized Crime

MS-13 Member Included in FBI’s Most Wanted List

Venezuela Suspends Normalization Talks with U.S.

Guyana Sees Drug Trafficking Spike in Wake of Colombian Crackdown

Ecuadorean Army Confiscates Explosives on Colombian Border

Venezuela Dismantles 21 Drug Labs on Colombian Border

Government supporters clash with protesters in Venezuela

Colombian Rebels Say They Killed 16 Soldiers

Colombia Police Chief: Synthetic Drugs ‘Replacing Cocaine’

Colombia Extortion Market Worth $1Bn a Year: Report

Surviving a surge in street violence in Venezuela

Colombia Extortion Market Worth $1Bn a Year: Report

Police Arrest Link Between Colombian Traffickers, Italian Mafia

Brazilian Toddler Wakes Up at His Funeral

(and then dies, and later is buried)

Colombian Navy Arrests Alleged Drug Traffickers in the Caribbean

Antigua “remains susceptible” to money laundering – US report

Cameron unveils immigration crackdown
“Net migration needs to come down radically from hundreds of thousands a year to just tens of thousands,” he said.

Two Immigrants Dead, 100 Rescued Near Australian Island
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2 Responses to “Mexico is Most Dangerous Country on the Planet; Border Patrol Shoots and Kills Suspect-Agent Wounded; U.S. Grants Honduras $16.3 Million to Combat Crime”

  1. Archive 1 - Boycott Mexico: The Neighbor From Hell Says:

    […] mexico: The most dangerous country on the planet […]

  2. June Venable Says:

    “Mexico is the Most Dangerous Country on the Planet”

    Thank you! I’ve been saying this for a long time now. We couldn’t be in more danger than if we lived next door to Iran or N. Korea. I’ve often wished that the Rio Grande would magically turn into the Pacific Ocean.

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