Mexico Takes Flight as Hub for Aerospace Industry; Narco-Trafficking Grows In US As TCOs Gain Foothold In More Than 1,000 Cities
Posted: 25 Jul 2012 02:52 PM PDT
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**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.
STATE OF MEXICO
The Attorney General announced the arrest of four men related to the recent discovery of clandestine graves with the remains of 6 people. The graves were in San Juan Yautepec, municipality of Huixquilucan , State of Mexico. They posed as police, kidnapped victims, and even when ransom was paid, killed the victims anyway.
Three young people have been executed here, with two aged 15 and 16 years old. Another that was with one of the victims was gravely wounded, shot in the neck. Municipal police managed to arrest one of the shooters.
PLAYA DEL CARMEN, VERACRUZ
Mexican Marines and State Police have arrested Victor Manuel Ramirez Navarro, 36, a native of Guerrero, identified as an accountant for Los Zetas and second in command of the narco-cell in the Maya Riviera . He has a long criminal history, but has been allowed to bail out or had charges dropped by corrupt officials.
The BL cartel attacked a 15th birthday celebration and opened fire, killing 5 people. Elsewhere in Acapulco-Cuernavaca, six others were killed in the continuing dispute over the plaza.
On Monday, human remains were found abandoned on a train platform on the route which runs from Guadalajara to Piedras Negra. This is the third find in 11 days time. The remains are in plastic bags, and contain the dismembered body parts.
Four were killed in an attack on a van, with 2 victims inside and 2 outside. One victim made it to a hospital alive, but died from multiple gunshots.
Extortionists are using children attending summer courses to threaten parents and sow fear. The kidnapping unit of the state police issued a warning, telling the public to ignore the threats but promptly notify authorities. Some schools have issued a badge to the only ones authorized to pick up children.
CIUDAD GUZMAN. JALISCO
Four people were killed here early Monday. All had been shot.
Mexico Takes Flight as Hub for Aerospace Industry
Unidentified bodies, missing cases mount in Mexico
Mexico cartel attacks on press take toll on drug war coverage
Mexico’s reverse immigration
Returning migrants boost Mexico’s middle class
Six Die in Drug-Related Violence in Eastern Mexico
Thousands march in Mexico City against presumed presidential winner Enrique Pena Nieto
Mexican Security Forces Search for Gunmen Who Killed 5
Honduran Doctors, Teachers on Strike
Nicaraguan Navy Sinks Drug Boat in Caribbean Sea
Panamanian Government Support Declines, Survey
Honduras may appeal to London courts
Guatemalan Police Arrest 14 Members of Drug Trafficking Ring
Operation Martillo Deemed a ‘Complete Success’ in Guatemala, Honduras
Honduras Rejects US Drug Assessment
Guatemala prison director ‘killed by prison gang’
One Dead in Shootout in Guatemala
Three badly wounded. Mara 18 gang vs police.
Swine Flu Deaths Rise to 133 in Southern Brazil
Venezuela Stock Market Up 110.58% for 2012
Peru Seizes 4 Million Counterfeit Dollars and Euros
Over Half a Ton of Cocaine Discovered in Argentina, Headed for Nigeria
Two Police Officers Wounded in Ambush in Peru
FARC Attack Halts Colombian Pipeline Operation, Causes Crude Spill
Colombia Targets Borders to Drive Cocaine Output to Decades-Low
Venezuelan forces end 20-day riot in Merida prison
On your marks, get set…oh
Half a century after Jamaica’s independence from Britain, its economy is struggling to get out of the starting blocks
Jamaica police torch seized marijuana
Narco-Trafficking Grows In US As TCOs Gain Foothold In More Than 1,000 Cities
(Courtesy of the Administration’s open border.)
Afghanistan Security Force Guard Kills Two US CBP Agents
Women safe after Stone Oak SWAT standoff
(More proof of cartel’s presence in US.)
DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano Dodges Congress’ Questions Regarding Executive Amnesty
Obama’s work-permit plan for young illegal immigrants may cost $585 million
Criminal Alien “DREAMer” Assaults ICE Agent, Gets Released on Prosecutorial Discretion
15th person dies after South Texas truck crash
Mexico urges U.S. to review gun laws after Colorado shooting
Study accuses Obama administration of ‘dismantling’ immigration enforcement
DOJ mistakes lead to dismissal of largest human trafficking case in U.S. history
House Republicans Decry DHS Plan To Shutter Nine Interior Border Patrol Stations
Ship Seizes 4 Tons of Drugs in Operation Martillo
Suspected illegal immigrants part of huge heroin bust
35 illegal immigrants found packed in van trying to cross border, US Border Patrol says
Google Searches For Human Traffickers, Drug Cartels
IBWC says ‘yes’ to border walls in Los Ebanos, Roma and Rio Grande City
The fall of San Bernardino: over population and unchecked immigration seal its fate
“Inviting more immigrants with few employable skills to a bankrupt state fits my definition of insanity.”
Student And Exchange Visitor Program: DHS Needs To Assess Risks And Strengthen Oversight Functions
Border Patrol agent finds $1.3m worth of pot in single bust
Human Trafficking Policy Issues Outlined In Report For Lawmakers
Illegal immigrant pleads guilty to raping an 11-year-old girl
Rep. Miller: End Grant Funding For Jurisdictions Refusing To Cooperate With ICE
Border agents find 11 in trailer
Border patrol catches accused sex crime fugitive
U.S. Border Patrol Agents Confiscate More Than $1 Million in Heroin and Methamphetamine in Two Incidents
Illegal alien rapes, impregnates 11-year-old girl in North Carolina
Illegal alien sent to prison for sexually assaulting women in Nevada
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