Border Patrol Death Raises Doubts on Security in Rural Arizona; Alarm Grows in São Paulo as More Police Officers Are Murdered; Reports Of Mexican Special Forces Serving As ‘Death Squads’
Posted: 04 Oct 2012 04:40 PM PDT
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PIEDRAS NEGRAS, COAHUILA
Police (GATES unit) was conducting surveillance when they came under fire from gunmen. They repelled he attack, four gunmen were killed and others escaped on foot. The authorities seized 800 ‘doses’ of marijuana and 2 rifles.
Two brothers, aged 24 and 26, were executed in their home by gunmen posing as federal police. There were 21 shell casings recovered from an AK 47 and .38 Super.
PIEDRAS NEGRAS, COAHUILA
Five more gunmen have been killed in another shootout with the GATE unit. This a day after 4 bad guys were killed here. A vehicle and 2 rifles were seized. There have been increased clashes between police and gunmen in this border city across from Eagle Pass, Texas, since the escape of 131 prisoners from the prison here.
Two men were found beheaded in separate locations, with the head of one Two men were found beheaded in separate locations, with the head of one placed on his abdomen and the other on a road sign. Hours earlier, another body had been found nearby.
Municipal police on patrol at about 1:30 am in the community of Mochiqui were attacked by gunmen firing from the brushy hillsides. The officers were wounded, but repelled the attack and summoned help from nearby police and military. They were then transported to the hospital in Los Mochis.
A state police commander assigned to an area where bloodshed was daily recorded was gunned down around noon Monday. Román Mariano Dorantes was shot down while playing ball with other officers, who had sought cover to avoid being targeted.
Reports Of Mexican Special Forces Serving As ‘Death Squads’ In The Drug War
Attack on a U.S. Embassy Vehicle in Mexico May Be Linked to Organized Crime
UN Report Highlights Regional Consequences of Mexico’s Drug War
Juarez, Murder Capital of the World, Sees Dip in Killings
Vehicle Containing 7 Burned Bodies Found in Western Mexico
Army Recaptures 7 Escaped Inmates in Northern Mexico
American grazed by bullet while fleeing gunmen in Reynosa
Mexico orders HPV vaccinations for all 5th-grade girls, saying it will end threat of cervical cancer
Two Bodies Found in Mexican Caribbean Resort City
Hourly wage in Mexico? Union members express fears of legislation
Mexican Remittances Fall 11.6%
High-Tech Federal Prison Inaugurated in Mexico
Eight Die in Drug-Related Violence in Northern Mexico
Chile and Mexico Sign Pharmaceutical Cooperation Agreement
In Mexico, the ajolote’s fate lies in troubled waters
Central America drug case vexes Mexico’s huge Televisa network
Shootout in Cartago hospital emergency room
Guatemala: Elite Army Brigade Fights Narco-Trafficking
Free coffins: political swag for Honduran poor
More Than 90% of Hondurans Over 60 Have No Income
Chinchilla administration considered second worst in past 34 years
Five Dead, Four Wounded in Ambush in Western Honduras
Tomb of Maya Queen Found in Guatemala
Costa Rica: National hospitals lack enough beds to attend patients
Alarm Grows in São Paulo as More Police Officers Are Murdered
Kidnap prompts warning over travel to Ecuador
Guyana deals with aftermath of deadly protests
Colombian Armed Conflict Claims Over Five Million Victims
Colombian president to have surgery for prostate cancer
Tense calm hovers in Medellin after riots
The president and the potbangers
Medellin gang dismembers boys, exposing ongoing terror
Police capture FARC commander in Medellin
Colombia’s Kidnapping rate falls by 12%: Govt
Haitian Government Faces Mounting Popular Anger
U.S. and Jamaican Military Hone their Skills in Joint Training
Drug Arrests in Dominican Show Troubling Commercial-Military Ties
Border Patrol Death Raises Doubts on Security in Rural Arizona
Tragedy is the Hallmark of Failed Policy
The Death of Border Patrol Agent Nicolas Ivie
Mexican Troops Arrest Two in Killing of U.S. Border Agent: officials
(Third has now been arrested.)
Arizona border agent was shot in drug corridor
Manhunt underway for killer of Border Patrol agent
Killing of border agent elicits political outcry
Wounded border agent released from hospital
Those who’ve fallen
(Four in a year in the Tucson Sector)
Fast & Furious now officially a campaign issue
Filmmaker creates full-blown re-enactment of Brian Terry’s Fast and Furious murder [VIDEO]
The “Missing Link” Between the White House and Fast and Furious, Banished!
LAPD won’t honor federal requests to detain some illegal immigrants
Mexican Diplomat Says America Pretty Much Invited The Sinaloa Drug Cartel Across The Border
U.S. Jury Convicts Mexico’s Gulf Cartel Plaza Boss
Mexico CIA attack could be cartel
Police: Woman Shot by Border Patrol Was on Probation
New York Times Defends Use of Phrase “Illegal Immigrant”
How to fix a broken border: Disrupting smuggling at its source
In North Carolina, Latino Voters Could Be Crucial To Winning The State
California Governor vetoes TRUST Act angers amnesty activists
Deportees flown to Mexico City in new program to bypass border towns
Court Fast Tracks Some Green Card Applications
CBP Taking Time Examining Bids For Integrated Fixed Towers For SW Border
Border patrol agents in San Diego County find 113 pounds of cocaine hidden in propane tank
$13M Border Patrol station planned in northeast ND
66 Individuals Indicted for Drug Trafficking in Puerto Rico
Illegal alien charged with killing baby in 5th DUI arrest
Border Patrol agents seize 1,542 pounds of Marijuana
Fugitives flee Border Patrol Agents into alligator-infested swamp
$96,000 worth of marijuana seized in attempted border crossing
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