Senate Rejects Border Fence; Sinaloa Town Displaced by ‘Zetas’ Threats; Middle Easterners Caught at Southern Border


Visit our website:

The National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers Inc. (NAFBPO) extracts and condenses the material that follows from Mexican, Central and South American and U.S. on-line media sources. You are free to disseminate this information, but we request that you do so in its entirety, as written, and credit NAFBPO Inc. ( as being the provider.

To subscribe, click here


Please click here to read NAFBPO’s




The M3 Report seeks to provide information which its readers find useful and interesting. With that in mind, please consider leaving Comments at the end of each post. Readers can e-mail us at:

A. Ferguson, Editor

Travel Warning: Honduras

The Department of State continues to warn U.S. citizens that the crime and violence levels in Honduras remain critically high. This Travel Warning supersedes the Travel Warning dated November 21, 2012, to include additional information about reported kidnappings, information for victims of crime, as well as the Honduran police force’s ability to respond to reports of crime, and also serves to update contact information.

Tens of thousands of U.S. citizens visit Honduras each year for study, tourism, business, and volunteer work without incident. However, crime and violence are serious problems throughout the country and the Government of Honduras lacks sufficient resources to address these issues. Honduras has the highest murder rate in the world. These threats have increased substantially over the past several years and remain high. Incidents can occur anywhere. (Click link below for additional details.)

Senate Rejects Border Fence

Plan Seeks to Hire Reservists, Vets for Border Duties

Middle Easterners Caught at Southern Border-Video
(I encourage you to do a You Tube search for Dennis Michael Lynch to see others.)

Sen. Sessions: Gang of eight immigration bill “nowhere close to what the American people really want.

Activists Storm Kansas Secretary of State’s Home

Amnesty Nonsense

U.S. Border Patrol Agents Thwart Smuggling Attempts by Land and Sea
59 Illegal Aliens Arrested

Father Recounts Son’s Murder by Released Illegal Alien Gang Member

ICE allowed illegal alien charged with multiple child-rapes to return to Mexico

Supreme Court: Arizona law requiring citizenship proof for voters is illegal

Senator Tries to Run Out the Clock on Immigration

Debate grows over deporting illegal immigrants with rap sheets after police officers killed

350K granted reprieve in 1st year of DREAM Act

As U.S. Plugs Border in Arizona, Crossings Shift to South Texas

Rise in illegal crossings roils immigration debate

Border Patrol Apprehensions Now Highest In Texas Rio Grande Valle
(good discussion of the situation)

CBP wants ‘low profile’ accessories to conceal weapons, radios, etc.
To outfit its personnel in Afghanistan

Babeu says Senate immigration bill needs to focus on border security

Fears of National ID With Immigration Bill

Congress Weighs Different Approaches To Immigration Enforcement

Coming to America
How does one define a nation? That is truly the fundamental question of amnesty.

DHS Announces Re-designation and 18-Month Extension of Temporary Protected Status for Syria
(also extended employment authorization for Syrian students here)

Immigration enforcement director resigning after 4 years on the job

Judge: Murder suspect an ‘extreme danger’

Border Patrol Implements ‘Fuel Conservation’ In Texas

U.S. Seizes 14 7-Eleven Stores in Immigration Raids

Childbirth at the Border-older video report

U.S. Border Patrol Weekly Blotter, Blaine Sector May 16 – June 5, 2013
(aliens caught include from Mexico, Honduras and India)

U.S. Border Patrol Weekly Blotter, Blaine Sector July 5 – July 11

Among Some Washington Immigrants, a Fear of 911
(it should say among Washington illegals; legals have no reason to fear)

Man found decapitated in Midtown Tulsa garage
“Police think the unusual death may have been a suicide.”

U.S. Border Patrol Agents Seize More Than $700K Worth of Cocaine at I-8 Checkpoint

Cities asked to stop using agent interpreters

CBP Officers Seize Nearly $442K in Cocaine at Brownsville Port of Entry

CBP Officers at Calexico Downtown Port Find 23 Pounds of Narcotics Inside Muffler

Proceso Tegucigalpa, Honduras 6/17/13

The migratory flow of Hondurans and other Central Americans increases through Guanajuato, Mexico

So far this year, Mexican immigration officials in that area have detained 1,542 Hondurans, 337 Salvadorans, 381 Guatemalans and 31 Nicaraguans. Aliens from as far as Nepal, in Asia, have also been detained. Also, that “at least” 15,000 aliens from 15 different countries have crossed the Guanajuato area en route to the United States.

And in a separate article is a report of 5 Hondurans arrested in Acapulco on a public bus. One of them was a minor.

Cuarto Poder Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas, Mexico 6/15/13

This article reports the arrest of a smuggler, Anuar Ivar Fonseca Martinez, who was transporting 24 citizens of India, including one minor, all illegally in Mexico. The arrest was made at a traffic checkpoint in Chiapas, the southernmost state of Mexico. The aliens, except for the 17 yr. old, were all from 21 to 30 years of age.
In 3 Years, Mexico Sees Just 29 Trials to Seize Narco Assets

Sinaloa Town Displaced by ‘Zetas’ Threats
fifth community in Mazatlan municipality to have been displaced

The Rise of Mexico’s Self-Defense Forces
Vigilante Justice South of the Border

Rule of U.S. Law in Mexico

Brothers’ Border Murder Brings Violence Into Focus

Pena Nieto Confident 75-Year Pemex Oil Monopoly to End This Year

Mexico inflation to start trending down -Central Bank’s Sanchez

Mexico Pushes for Direct Ties with Canada, Apart from U.S. Influence

Mexico can weather market volatility -central banker Sanchez

Is the Mexican government failing to protect journalists?

Power outages hit Mexico City after quake in country’s center

Mexican Authorities Detain 24 Undocumented Indian Migrants

Guatemala and Mexico Strengthen Border Security Operations

Medical chief at Costa Rica state hospital arrested as part of organ trafficking investigation

El Salvador’s Gang Truce: Positives and Negatives
between MS-13 and 18th Street

Costa Rica will lose at least 18% of its coffee harvest to coffee rust

Salvadorans to Help With Gang Truce in Honduras

6.5-magnitude earthquake rocks Nicaragua

Quakes and aftershocks rocked Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Guatemala and El Salvador

Drug Traffickers Blamed for Massacre of Cops in Guatemala

Colombia: 3,700 hectares of avocado trees are lost
(about 9142 acres)

Peru: Banana exports increased 51%

Colombia kidnapping: Spanish tourists freed by police

Spanish Kidnapping Victims Say They Are Fine

Chilean port workers to join student strike

App helps Venezuelans locate scarce food

Murderous gangs are fearsome obstacle to Colombia’s long-elusive goal of land reform

Dominican merchants close border market over ban

Border agents want more resources to stop gun smugglin
-end of report-

The Michael Cutler Hour
Friday 7 pm Eastern

Archived shows here:
USA Talk Radio
The call-in number for a live show is 310-982-4145

We are seeking to increase our subscriptions in an effort to educate more people to the realities of the border insecurity and how illegal aliens negatively affect our nation. Please encourage others to subscribe.

Subscribe Here

“We have room for but one flag, the American flag…and we have room for but
one sole loyalty and that is a loyalty to the American people.”
~Theodore Roosevelt 1919

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: