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Immigrants Force Rancher out of Cattle Business (Texas)
“A landowner is opting for a new approach to keep illegal immigrants from destroying his fences.”
New Sentencing Date set for Man in (Border Patrol) Agent’s Death
FBI Director Candidate Comey Complicit in “Dark Chapter” in US History
Former Deputy Attorney General Played Leading Role in Cover-Up of US Government Informant’s Participation in Mass Murder in Mexico (Juarez House of Death).
Fate of farmworkers Legalized in 1986 Shows What Immigration Overhaul Could Bring
this time…legalization’s impact would be much bigger: in 1986, many farmworkers were single men; today most have families.
Despite Early Successes, Immigration Bill Faces Uncertain Path Forward
Single-Minded Mission to Block an Immigration Bill
(NAFBPO has joined the ICE union in opposing the proposed bill.)
Inside Immigration Reform: Securing the U.S.- Mexico Border (PBS Video)
Who’s crossing the Mexico border? A new survey tries to find out.
Tech Engineers Union Announces Opposition to Gang of Eight’s Amnesty
Senate Immigration Bill Could Create Millions of New Voters in 6 Months
Collision of national, NYC immigration bills could add thousands to voter rolls
Passports often hold clues to terrorism
Document fraud is often used to conceal crime, officials say
Locking down the border
CBP Officers in California Apprehend Multiple Homicide Suspects over the Weekend
Authorities on Edge after Attack on Border Patrol Agent
Coast Guard Awards Medal to Border Patrol Agent
A Drug War Informer in No Man’s Land-good read
Slain Drug Cartel Lawyer Was U.S. Informant
US border technology remains flawed
$106 billion has been spent on border security over the past 5 years
U.S.-Mexico border region shows dynamic growth, but with some challenges, report says (PDF Report)
How can border security be improved?
Immigration Wants to Spend Millions for Abortions for Illegals While Furloughing Agents
US Rail Imports from Mexico Grow
Border Bridge Stalls U.S., Mexico Border Plan
Laredo man indicted on charges that he blocked commercial cargo lane at BP checkpoint
(He believed checkpoint is unconstitutional, as often happens.)
Illegal alien guilty of brutal sex attack on 67-year-old woman in New York
Border Patrol Intercepts Almost $1 Billion in Cocaine on Boats
More illegal immigrants get driver’s licenses
Canadian man charged with transporting Israeli citizens at Hammond
Illegal alien charged with carjacking, assault on elderly women
Victim 94 years old.
Homicide Possible For Five Bodies In Arizona Desert
Mexican national here 72 hours, is charged with sexual assault in NY
Illegal alien sentenced for child-sex trafficking in Tennessee
Trinidad woman charged in green card scam
Illegal alien charged with child’s murder caught fleeing to Mexico
(Child was 2 years old; beaten to death.)
Excelsior 5/31/2013 Mexico
The article below is from “Excelsior” (Mexico City, 5/31/13) and reports the apprehension of six people smugglers (“polleros:” chicken herders) plus forty-three of their “clients.” Of those, 30 are from India, 2 from El Salvador and 11 from Honduras, including 5 women, all enroute to the U.S. The arrest took place at a house in Ecatepec, state of Mexico, where the smuggled aliens were being held.
The other sub-headlines read: “Two undocumented Cubans captured in Chetumal” – – “Undocumented Mexican snagged on barbed wire border fence is rescued” – – “Mexican cartels in alliance with gangsters and smugglers: FBI” – – “Presumed smuggler trafficker arrested in Sonora.”
El Diario 6/3/2013 Mexico
It describes the arrest in Chihuahua City of two “polleros” (people smugglers) and eight more citizens of India who intended to cross illegally into the United States. (The sub-headline below citing the arrest of 10 Indians is evidently in error and contradicts the wording of the article itself.) The eight reportedly had been guided north from Honduras.
A related report was found in “La Prensa” (Mexico City); it states that the smuggled aliens told local police, in English, that they had each paid around 4 thousand dollars to be smuggled into the U.S., where they intended to join relatives in various areas.
Mexican Official: Mormon Mom Was Likely Framed For Drug Smuggling
Maldonado case could mean tourism black eye for Mexico
Mexico’s Peña Nieto Plan Glosses Over Reality
Weapons Trafficking Increases in Central America, Mexico
have at least four sources
Mexico Extortion Hits 1/3 of Foreign Businesses
Mexico’s Deadly Power Vacuum
2 of 11 victims in Mexico mass abduction were sons of drug traffickers
Mexico’s economic downturn: Aztec Tiger or Aztec Kitten?
US chamber study: Drug cartels’ extortion demands on businesses make big jump in Mexico
Companies say Mexico security situation improving or steady -survey
Retailers Descend on Mexico
China drawn to Mexico’s opening economy
Mexico detains seven more Indians illegals
Police Arrest 9 for Killings of Hondurans in Southern Mexico
Book review: ‘Midnight in Mexico’ by Alfredo Corchado, on the country’s downward spiral
Fear and Loathing in Mexico
Why did the Mexican drug cartel Zetas want to kill journalist Alfredo Corchado? Karla Zabludovsky on the dangers of reporting in a country plunged in turmoil.
Five Dead in Shootings in Mexico
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 month or so ago, 12 municipal police officers were kidnapped by a group of 40 armed men, two more were critically wounded, and the remainder are missing. The mayor was kidnapped in April and held for 18 days. He has asked for help from state police and the military, and says if he doesn’t receive it, he will resign for his own safety. State police and military in other small municipalities nearby have been attacked on a regular basis.
Drug cartels are continuing to use children as assassins due to the low penalties in both Mexico and the United States. In recent months, recruitment has picked up. In one Tijuana teen detention center, there are 69 being held for murder. One said he has been using meth since he was 6 or 7 years old, and he had to keep working as a shooter. Another said that since March 2012, he had participated in 9 killings.
MEXICALI, BAJA CALIFORNIA
A 21 year old U.S. citizen wanted for murder and drug trafficking was arrested in Mexicali after the U.S. Marshals office notified state police in Mexico. State police and military arrested the wanted man in Colony Zacatecas, and turned him over to US authorities.
The states of Guerrero, Chihuahua, Nuevo Leon, Jalisco and Mexico stand as the most violent of the country to the first quarter of 2013, said the director of Security Mexican Institute for Competitiveness (IMCO), Alejandro Hope. While in all of the nation 6,204 intentional homicides were recorded between January-April, in these five states 38% of the total was concentrated , according to the figures released in its report on violence in Mexico. The expert stressed that violence affects Mexican competitiveness, but it is difficult to measure its impact on economic activity.
GRAN MORELOS, CHIHUAHUA
Five former soldiers have been ordered to be tried for theft and the homicide of 3 police officers and a civilian. The officers were executed for refusing to work with them. They are being held in the state prison in Ciudad Juarez.
Guatemalan Police Make Big Cocaine Bust
(over 2300 Lbs.)
Three Kidnapped, Slain in Honduras
US Ambassador: Biz leaders have power to change Nicaragua
Argentine Prosecutor: Iran Infiltrating Continent
Argentine Drug Enforcement Chief Shot
Rio Struggles With Sex Crimes-Video
Colombian Police Seize 1.5 Tons of Cocaine
Growing Local Drug Market Fuels Colombia’s Underworld
Terrorist attacks in Colombia went up in 2012: US
Police: American Killed in Jamaica During Robbery
Spanish Police Seize Vessel with 3,000 Kilos of Cocaine
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