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Immigrants Overstaying U.S. Visas a Major Problem, Experts Say
Brownsville-native ICE Agent to Receive Star of Texas Award Posthumously
National Park Service Worker Attacked in Bisbee (Arizona)
suspect photos at site below
Assault on NPS employee highlights danger along U.S.-Mexico border
DHS Rebrands Illegal Alien Advocate to Avoid Congressional Ax
US Officials Protect Mexican Drug Lords
Brazil, Mexico summon U.S. ambassadors over espionage reports
US-Mexico border: escalated security, escalated danger
Chiles from China threaten American growers
ICE Union head calls for congressional investigations into administration’s ICE policies
SPECIAL: This first one below was posted in a prior issue. At the time, I did not disagree with it. The two chiefs they quote are in towns of about 1700 and 14,500. A friend of mine is a retired LA Sheriff and specializes in gangs and cartels. PLEASE read his analysis below in “Is Mexican Cartel Activity In the U.S. Exaggerated?”. I think there’s a legitimate case to be made that cartels are running operations either directly or indirectly through gangs and couriers in most parts of the US.-Editor
Mexican TCO Members Quietly Living Among Us -11/2011
the author is an intel analyst and wrote the book “Cartel: The Coming Invasion of Mexico’s Drug Wars”
NH prosecutors prep for Mexican drug cartel trial
notorious Mexican drug cartel charged …1,000 kilograms of cocaine in a case that spans the globe.
Immigration theatrics only makes matters worst
G4S lands contract worth nearly a quarter-billion dollars to provide transportation and guard services along Southwest border
Border Patrol Dog Use Along The US-Mexico Border Growing
Border Patrol Agents Combine Modern Technology and Age-old Tracking Skills to Arrest Law Breakers
CBP, CBIG Apprehend 58 Undocumented Migrants in Desecheo
Mexican national sentenced for illegally transporting immigrants, assaulting border agents
ICE deports fugitive Mexican murder suspect captured in Los Angeles
Border Patrol seizes 9 tons of pot at San Clemente checkpoint
my old station-and here I was proud of catching 286 lbs in the early 80’s
U.S. Coast Guard partners with Canadian Royal Mounted Police to conduct cross-border law enforcement
Miami Beach sex attack suspect from Mexico pleads guilty after Catch-22
Illegal entry gets 18th Street gang members arrested
recognized as one of the most violent and prolific street gangs in the US
Man spits blood, hits agents ribs while in Border Patrol custody
CBP Officers at Calexico Port Seize Nearly $655,000 in U.S. Currency Bound for Mexico
Latin American Cartels Trafficking More Drugs to East Asia
Mexico Captures Alleged Sinaloa Cartel Lieutenant
Chihuahua police arrest reputed drug-trafficker “El Mayito” in Juárez
Mexican forces seize drug kingpin Alberto Carrillo Fuentes, alias ‘Ugly Betty’
Juarez cartel boss
Asian crime groups smuggle people into Mexico border towns
Why Mexico Is Hanging On For Dear Life From A Recession
Don’t wobble on reforms, Mexican leader tells nation
Mexico president’s can-do image is put to the test as he faces 1st state of nation speech
Mexico’s war on drugs is one big lie-
Book Review of “Narcoland: The Mexican Drug Lords and their Godfathers”.
Anabel Hernández, journalist and author, accuses the Mexican state of complicity with the cartels, and says the ‘war on drugs’ is a sham. She’s had headless animals left at her door and her family have been threatened by gunmen. Now her courageous bestseller, extracted below, is to be published in the UK.
Mexico: Communiqué From the People of San Sebastián Bachajón, Read to the Indigenous National Congress
17-year-old cartel hitman could be back on U.S. streets by Christmas
Is Violence Returning to Ciudad Juarez?
Mexican Armored Car Production to Hit 2,500 Units in 2013
Mexico Bus Murders: Female ‘Vigilante’ Sought
Mexico bus drivers idle after ‘revenge’ killings
Mexico Govt Claims Murders Down, but Kidnappings Still Rising
Young Mexican immigrant returns to nation she barely knows
Mexico: Large investments in high-tech greenhouses
Mexico’s Pemex fined $50 mln for market abuse -regulator
Transnational Mercenaries behind Energy Reforms in Mexico
Mexico sets ‘crusade’ to ease rural poverty, but will it work?
Four Die in Shootout in Northwest Mexico
Journalist released from prison in Mexico publishes book of interviews conducted while in maximum security jail
Police Horses Stampede on Busy Mexico City Avenue
Highway violence hurts business in Latin America
Health Battle Over Soda Flares in Mexico
Obesity, Diabetes Concerns Spur Attacks on Sugary Soft Drinks
Mexican call centers provide jobs, network for deported teens
PEMEX Throttling Mexico’s Oil Resources
Mexican Senate passes major education reform, handing victory to president
Diario Mexico 8/25/2013 **
Two agents of the federal attorney general and one civilian were killed in a confrontation in Ojinaga on Friday. The agents tried to stop a vehicle carrying suspects, and were shot along with one of the men they were after. Interesting that these killings happened on Friday and apparently were not reported until Sunday afternoon.
Proceso Tegucigalpa, Honduras 9/2/2013
Just one week ago “The Beast” derailed because of the theft of rail joint parts. At least nine riders died and about one hundred were injured. Now, a new report states that the track has been repaired and that some 500 northbound Honduran riders of “The Beast,” all of them U.S. border crosser “wannabees,” were seen once again riding the train northbound.
Soldiers Destroy Seven Metric Tons of Drugs in Nuevo Leon – 26 August 2013
Soldiers assigned to the 4th Military Region destroyed seven metric tons of previously seized drugs at a military base in Salinas Victoria, Nuevo Leon.
Drugs destroyed during this incident are listed below:
7,771 kilograms of marijuana
15 kilograms of heroin
2.6 kilograms of cocaine
2.9 kilograms of methamphetamine
119 marijuana plants
173 psychotropic pills
Proceso Tegucigalpa, Honduras 9/3/13
A check by Mexican immigration officials at a hotel in southern Mexico resulted in the detention of thirty-five Honduran citizens who were illegally in Mexico and who intended to reach the United States. The group included eight unaccompanied minors ranging in age from 7 to 15 years of age.
Costa Rica on Lookout for Organ Trafficking
Honduras to form new police force to battle Mexican drug cartels
Panama Slaps N. Korean Arms-Smuggling Ship With Hefty Fine
Nicaraguan Police, Military Battle Organized Crime Along Caribbean Coast
Hike in gasoline and diesel prices effective tomorrow
Costa Rican postal officials arrested, used postal system to smuggle drugs
Proceso Honduras 9/3/22013
More than 53 tons of cocaine seized in the last 3 and a half years in Honduras
Cocaine hidden inside fake limes seized in Colombia
Trafficking in Persons Report 2013: Bolivia
Rastrojos Leader Arrested in Ecuador
Another Inmate Dies in Bolivian Jail, Raising Death Toll to 31
The Devils Are In The Details
Colombia Seizes 226 Kilos of Cocaine from FARC
Irate Passengers Set Train Car Ablaze in Brazil
PF unleashed Operation AWB to combat drug trafficking
28.08.2013 São Paulo / SP – The Federal Police unleashed, on Wednesday (28/8), operation AWB to combat international drug trafficking. Federal police served four arrest warrants and five search and seizure warrants , in the cities of São Paulo and Osasco.
Currently, the shipment of drugs by mail has been a major mode of action of international drug traffickers. In the past two years, the Federal Police in São Paulo / SP seized approximately 250 kilograms of cocaine hidden by criminals amid parcels and letters dispatched from Brazil abroad. Survey conducted indicates as main destinations of these drugs are countries such as Spain, the UK and Australia.
At the same time, there has been a significant increase in seizures of parcels sent from Europe and the United States to Brazil, containing large amounts of drugs like skunk, cannabis, ecstasy and LSD.
The operation name alludes to the document that must be filled by criminals, for shipment of orders used to hide drugs.
The subjects, mostly of foreign origin, will answer for the crime of transnational drug trafficking, with penalties ranging from 5 to 25 years’ imprisonment.
With the police action begun this date, PF expect to hold individuals responsible for sending drugs through the postal service, and ensuring the criminal accountability of those involved in this type of crime.
Cuba Reports 163 Cases of Cholera, Including 12 Tourists
‘Biggest Caribbean drug lab’ busted in Dominican Republic
Jamaica Sees Drops in Crime, Corruption and Violence
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