Mexico is No. 1 in the World in Emigration; Thousands of Prisoners Return to the Streets; Guatemala Children Stolen for Illegal Adoption, Organ Trafficking; Chinese Women Join US Army to Obtain Green Cards


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Placed at top due to importance, since the U.S. is the likely destination.

El Sol de Mexico     Mexico City     8/13/13

This is the full translation of an article that ought to ring alarm bells on Capitol Hill, which was in one in a large chain of Mexican newspapers. Remember: emigration defined is to leave one country or region to settle in another. Please consider copying and sending this particular item off to your legislators.  Note: bolding by Editor.

Mexico : No. 1 in the world in EMIGRATION

Mexico City – Aleida Alavez Ruiz, Vice President of the governing board of the Chamber of Deputies (House of Representatives) said at the opening of a discussion panel about “Youth and Migration” that Mexico ranks first in the world in emigration, according to data from the World Bank.

In the case of Mexico, according to the Economic Cooperation and Development Organization, (ECDO) she pointed out that currently 4 of every 10 youths aged between 15 and 24 emigrate, mainly to the United States, for which reason it is necessary to create public policies to avoid their exclusion.
(transl. note: what is meant by her here is the exclusion of those youths from Mexican society in general)
She pointed out that Jalisco, Michoacan, Zacatecas, Puebla, San Luis Potosi, Hidalgo, Guerrero, Oaxaca and Chihuahua are the states that evidence the largest exodus of youths.
She asserted that “the emigration of youths comes across as one of the facets of extreme exclusion which shares common characteristics with the experiences of exile, uprooting and the loss of temporary or spatial horizons, such as the annulment of employment expectations or of personal relationships.”
At the event, which took place on the International Day of Youth, she added that, along with Turkey, Mexico leads ECDO member countries in the drop-out rate of high school level students, that is, 6 out of every 10 abandon school, which in many cases generates the search for opportunities away from their place of origin.
She emphasized that 530 thousand abandon secondary (education) yearly, on top of the fact that there are 8 million “neither-nors” (youths who neither go to school nor work) of which 60 percent live in poverty, besides the fact that youths between 14 and 29 years enter into informal work and receive salaries up to three times less than what adults receive.
She said that the foregoing is due to the fact that this portion of the population represents one third of the persons who emigrate at an international level, that is, nearly 27 million persons who face challenges tied to social exclusion, poverty, exploitation and discrimination.
Despite the migrants’ “predominant negative perception” she deemed important to keep in mind the enriching contributions they generate for humanity. “Emigration is not so much a problem, but a social reality that brings about evolution and makes positive contributions to the place where the emigrants arrive and from which they depart.”
At the event, organized by the Commission of Migratory Affairs, Deputy (Congresswoman) Lorenia Iveth Valles Sampedro (PRD) (political party initials) pointed out that in the case of the United States, Mexicans are the youngest group among the Hispanics who emigrate to that country. (in Spanish)

Thousands of Prisoners Return to the Streets (California)
16,902 inmates on hold for Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Also, 3,962 prisoners were listed as potential ICE holds…The simplest and easiest resolution is vigorous border security that would help keep aliens out of California and thus, by extension, reduce the numbers of crimes they commit. (Note: how many other states with overcrowded prisons will be doing the same.)

Feds Upset Over Release of Mexican Drug Lord who Ordered DEA Agent’s Killing

US says it’s working to see drug lord jailed again

Attorney says another suspect in 1985 killing of DEA agent in Mexico to go free

Ex-Border Patrol Agents Warn: Politicians Helping Cartels In U.S.

The Mexican Mafia: Down But Not Out
the Eme work with the Felix-Arellano Cartel and pretty much whichever
cartel is good for Eme business.

Police Protective League Pleased with Special Order No. 7 Ruling
“As sworn officers of the City of Los Angeles and peace officers of California, they are required to enforce all applicable state traffic laws, irrespective of a traffic violator’s immigration status.”

5 AZ corrections officers accused of money laundering
accused of laundering money by funneling it into Mexico…policy allows corrections officers to not only live in Mexico and commute to work every day, but as long as they have a work visa, they don’t even need to be a U.S. citizen.

With lure of religious classes, Iran seeks to recruit Latin Americans

U.S. Border Patrol Faces Increased Pressure
(tracking, or sign cutting, used to estimate number of got-aways)

Sudden Flood of Asylum Requests at U.S./Mexico Border

Agencies buying hotel rooms for surge of Mexican illegal immigrants, others released

US-Mexico Border Gets the Cloward-Piven Treatment
“being taught to use “key words and phrases” to be allowed to enter and stay in the country.” (Cloward-Piven- overloading the U.S. public welfare system in order to precipitate a crisis that would lead to a replacement of the welfare system with a national system of “a guaranteed annual income and thus an end to poverty. Source:

Deported veterans: Banished for committing crimes after serving in the U.S. military
Myers, who served as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said deporting veterans “is not fair, and it’s not appropriate for who we are as a people.”

US builds Ariz. rental housing for border agents

Missionary carries cross to honor late Border Patrol Agent

‘Fast and Furious’ requires a judicial resolution

EBT Cards, SNAP, Privately Funded Navigators Guide Illegals to Decades of Taxpayer Benefits

Bird flu strain in China ‘passed between humans’
(with groups of Chinese entering the US illegally, one more reason to seal it)

Probable person to person transmission of novel avian influenza
(British Medical Journal)

Heroin Makes a Comeback
“comes from Mexico, where producers have ramped up production…seizures at the Southwest border, from Texas to California, ballooned to 1,989 kilograms(4375+ lbs) in fiscal 2012 from 487 kilograms in 2008”

House Republicans see body floating in Rio Grande during tour of border

Why a Drug Czar Was Tapped to Guard the Border
(and former Chierf of Police)

Man whose son murdered by dreamer rescinds backing of house GOP enforcement bill

The secret world of teen cartel hit men

American teens, who were recruited as killers for Mexican drug cartels, speak out-video

Texas Gets Grant To Bolster Cameras Along U.S.-Mexico Border

Border Patrol plans to use three Pointman wireless tunnel robots in Nogales, AZ, area

Sentencing: Man in murder-for-hire plot for Felix drug cartel

HHS Official: Immigrants on Student Visas Will Be ‘Eligible’ for Obamacare Subsidies

Colombian Drug Trafficker Sentenced to 25 Years in U.S. Prison

U.S. Border Patrol Weekly Blotter, Blaine Sector July 18 – August 7, 2013
aliens from India, Brazil and Canada apprehended

Mexican women forced into sex 25 times a day

Croation deserter arrested in Havre

CBP Officers at Andrade Port Discover 26 Pounds of Methamphetamine Hidden Inside Bumper of Vehicle

Agents bust $3 million pot grow in Mendocino Forest
undoubtedly cartel operation

No sign of suspected smugglers in $7.2 million drug bust
14,500 pounds

Border Patrol seizes 6.5 tons of marijuana and bust 3 stash houses

Imprisoned U.S. Navy veteran fights deportation

Chinese women join US Army to obtain green cards

College girls sexually assaulted, suspect sought
(by Mexican police officer)

Panga Boat, 1200 Pounds of Marijuana Seized on North Coast
(about 500 miles from Mexico)

$4M Worth of Marijuana Seized From Boat Off La Jolla

ICE Texas field offices remove more than 1,600 sex offenders

ICE deports gang member with multiple criminal convictions to Mexico
“career criminal who was removed from the United States four times since 1997”

U.S. agents rescue Dominicans, Haitians marooned on Mona Island

El Centro Sector Border Patrol Saves Two Young Women From Triple Digit Temperatures in Desert Heat

El Centro Sector Border Patrol Rescues Illegal Alien Overcome by Desert Heat

Task force seizes $7.2M in marijuana in Pinal County

Border Patrol finds 34 pounds of meth in Jeep

$4M Worth of Marijuana Seized From Boat Off La Jolla

Nogales CBP Officers Seize Nearly $591K in Coke

Del Rio Sector Border Patrol Agents Seize 7.27 Pounds of Methamphetamine

San Luis CBP Intercepts Nearly $200K in Meth

Illegal alien sentenced to 40 years in prison for murder, robbery

Mexico Drug Kingpin Caro Quintero Ordered Released
responsible for the kidnapping/killing of DEA Agent ‘Kiki’ Camarena

Quintero Release A Sign Of Mexico’s Bad Old Days Returning

2 Reasons Why Laredo Has Less Homicides than Nuevo Laredo-GOOD read

Three Bangladeshi Migrants Detained in Southeast Mexico

Mexico 2013 Crime and Safety Report: Merida 8-8-2013

Sinaloa Cartel Ally Seizes Control of Key North Mexico Region

El Chapo’ Guzman Tried to Buy Surface-to-Air Missiles

Teens Arrested In Mexico, Claim Van Sold By U.S. Government Had Cocaine

Two Community Activists Murdered in Southern Mexico

Mexican Court Overturns Conviction in Journalist’s Murder

Mexico’s leftist party proposes weakening oil workers’ union power

Mexico Art Exhibit Seeks to Make Violence Visible

Army Destroys 7,000 Weapons Handed in Voluntarily in Mexico City

Defending the History and Culture of Ciudad Juarez
Proceso Tegucigalpa, Honduras 8/10/13

Mexico detains 16 Honduran migrants

Although the title says the number were 16, it reports the detention of 33 Central American emigrants who were headed to the United States and who were in Mexico illegally. Eleven of the 33 were minors, and couple of them were traveling unaccompanied by an adult. The arrest took place in the Mexican state of Veracruz, where officials state that this year they have intercepted 798 aliens who were minors between 11 and 17 years of age, 75% of them traveling alone, and coming from Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Ecuador, Nepal and Peru.
The original article in Spanish is at link below.
Cuarto Poder 8/13/13 Mexico

Ten illegals and a smuggler detained at checkpoint

This typical news item, one found almost daily in Mexican newspapers from the southern Mexican state of Chiapas, describes the detention in that state of ten “illegals” from Central America, as well as their smuggler. All ten were heading to the United States.
Two more municipal police officers were shot and killed in Cd. Juarez today, including another policewoman, and one officer was wounded. Four police officers, 2 of them women, have been killed in the past 3 days. Meanwhile, the city government approved maintaining bodyguards for Mayor Murguia and Police Chief Leyzaola after they leave office in October.- and (both links-Spanish language)

On 29 July 2013 at approximately 0800 hours, authorities recovered the body of Municipal Police Commander Jose Manuel Reyes Rosales outside the Port of Lazaro Cardenas in Michoacan. He had been shot at least 10 times with a 9 mm pistol. At this point, the motive behind this murder is unknown and no suspects have been arrested. (Spanish)

On 30 July 2013, municipal police operating went on strike in Juitepec, Morelos. Conditions laid out by the officers as part of the strike included better working conditions, better patrol cars, better food, and higher salaries. Since the start of the strike, soldiers and state/federal police have assumed security operations in the area. (Spanish)

On 29 July 2013 at approximately 0700 hours, three armed individuals set six houses on fire in La Cieneguita de Nuñez neighborhood of Choix, Sinaloa. The individuals responsible for these arson attacks were identified and arrested. The homes were set on fire because 2 of the individuals working for rival criminal groups made threats against each other, including burning down one home. The two work as lookouts for rival criminal groups. Found at the crime scenes were (40) 7.62x39mm shell casings. Authorities reported that 35 individuals (8 families) have abandoned their homes due to ongoing confrontations between criminal groups in the neighborhood. (Spanish)

PEP officers recently dismantled a synthetic drug lab at a tire business located in the Francisco Zarco neighborhood of Tijuana, Baja California. Items seized from the lab were reported as follows: 100 kilograms of crystal meth, Burners, Buckets, Distillers,Pressure valves, and Tires used to conceal drug shipments. Arrested in conjunction with the drug lab were nine individuals; three of which were identified as children. (Spanish)

Guatemala Children Stolen for Illegal Adoption, Organ Trafficking

207 gang members arrested in HSI-led Central America operation

Trafficking in Persons Report 2013: Belize

Attorney Who Revealed Death Threats Murdered in Honduras

Honduran Jury Convicts 3 for Massacre of Factory Workers

Missing nightclub hostess arrested in Peru on suspicion of cocaine trafficking
from Ireland

Coca Crops and Cocaine Production Reduced in Colombia

Shougang Peru iron ore workers to strike Thursday -union

Colombian Researchers Develop Biocompatible Cranial Implants

Six Killed in Ecuador-Colombia Border Confrontation*
one soldier and 5 bad guys

Bolivia Reduced 7% of Coca Crops Area in 2012

Colombian Army Seizes 2.3 Tons of Marihuana

Death Toll Stands at 13 in Argentina Gas Explosion

2 indicted in PHL drug-smuggling operation (Philadelphia)
US Airways employee and a Dominican Republic drug-trafficker

‘Birth tourists’ believed to be using Canada’s citizenship laws as back door into the West

Human trafficking ring broken up, 75 arrests in Spain, France
smuggled Chinese migrants into Europe and the United States

Border agents intercept massive cocaine shipment in truck at Pacific Highway crossing

Several migrants drown, scores rescued off Sicily
-end of report-

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