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**Asterisk denotes death involving a police officer or a member of the military serving in that capacity.
MONTERREY, NUEVO LEÓN
A nine year state police officer has been arrested for his involvement in the attack on the Casino Royale, in which over 60 people died.
A federal employee with the Federal Electricity Commission was shot and killed Friday morning.
It was a bloody Thursday in Torreon, with a total of eleven killed. In two separate incidents, burning vehicles led to the discovery of the homicides. More than one was beheaded and either left in the street or in one of the cars.
Two bodies were found in a vehicle along the highway to Monterrey. One was Eloy García Lerma, an active agent of the Bureau of the Ministerial Police. The other man was Samuel Flores Borrego, better known as El Metro Three and / or M3, in charge of Nuevo Leon and Tamaulipas for the Gulf Cartel. He was also a police agent some years ago, and the partner of Eloy, and they had remained friends.
At about 4 pm Friday afternoon, a man was hung from a bridge in plain view of dozens of witnesses. He had been tortured and shot multiple times. A narco message was left with a warning to women and taxi driver ‘hawks’, which are cartel lookouts.
The state police announced in a press conference that 31 Zetas had been arrested. Of the 31 arrested, 14 were police officers for various municipal departments throughout the state. The officers admitted to being paid 8,000 pesos a month (about US$641) to provide protection.
On Saturday, several gunmen came to a well known fish market near the port, entered and opened fire on customers and merchants like. Two men and a woman were killed, and three were injured, one a 14 year girl.
Gunmen were in the process of cutting the head off a man when he jumped up and ran outside. One of the gunmen shot and killed him, and then they all fled. Inside the house, police found pools of blood, torture utensils and the tool with which they tried to saw off his head. A vehicle at the scene was also seized.
On Friday, three banners were hung around the city. They appeared to be from citizens and asked President Calderon for help to end the “wave of violence that is sweeping our beautiful harbor and the nightlife of it, upon which the livelihoods of thousands of families” depends. It was signed by Acapulco United Families.
MONTERREY, NUEVO LEÓN
Federal police captured three Zetas that worked for the arrested leader ‘El Chihuas’ that took part in the casino attack. When arrested, the three were driving a stolen vehicle, had a firearm, radio equipment, phones, and other things. PHOTO
CIUDAD VICTORIA, TAMAULIPAS
The Zetas butchered two men, and left them on the sidewalk in the heart of the city. The body parts were in black plastic trash bags. A narcomessage was left, signed by the Zetas, saying the men were part of the Gulf cartel. With the message was a flower pot.
GARCIA, NUEVO LEÓN
Jaime Rodríguez Calderón, Mayor of Garcia, has begun a program aimed at citizens who are in possession of a weapon to learn how to use it.
CADAREYTA, NUEVO LEÓN
A Mexican army patrol spotted a vehicle, and as they approached, the four men inside opened fire. A chase ensued, and resulted in a shootout and four bad guys dead. Seized inside the car were rifles, handguns, magazines, cartridges, powder cocaine, crack cocaine, torture boards, tactical equipment, among other things.
SAN PABLO MOCHOBAMPO, SINALOA
The Mexican military engaged in a shootout with gunmen, and captured 3 of them. They also found a narcolab with nine rifles, one handgun, five grenades, 69 magazines, a thousand 700 cartridges, 40 kilograms of cocaine, 5.5 liters of liquid cocaine, 500 milliliters of liquid methamphetamine, 9 kilograms of marijuana, chemicals, five vehicles, and other things.
Shortly after 8 pm Sunday, municipal police and gunmen engaged in a shootout when the gunmen opened fire. As a result six people died: 3 bad guys, two innocents painting nearby, and an arrested man inside the patrol car.
Juárez police coordinator killed driving to work*
This is the 49th municipal officer killed since last October.Narcomessages were left with his body.
Narco Armored Vehicle Threats and Countermeasures
Calderon: Mexico will have clean cops, federal attorneys by end of presidential term
Female journalists beaten to death in Mexico City
Why a Truce with Mexico Criminals Is Just Not Practical
FARC leader captured, 13 guerillas killed: Santos
(Santos is Colombia’s President.)
‘Chapo’ Guzman in Bolivia?
Mexico detains state cop in deadly casino arson
Mexico Massacre Suspects: We Only Wanted to Scare Casino Owners
Mexican officials report slaying of high-ranking Gulf Cartel leader
Mexico: 16 cops, 15 others helped Zetas drug gang
Mexico Criminal Gangs Are Rational Actors
Mexican journalist’s political asylum case could be start of new trend
Brazil wildfires rage in 17 protected reserves
Colombian Police Seize 2 Tons of Cocaine
Brazil denies terrorists operate within borders
Mexico City’s once crazy, crowded markets languish
Relocate or Die: Mexican Entrepreneurs Migrate to the Interior Fleeing Violence, Insecurity
Domestic News – United States
U.S. Border Patrol Weekly Blotter August 25-August 31
Arizonans question CBP commissioner’s rosy view of border
Mexican military flies over South Texas
Chopper program is 2-way deal. History of cooperation dates to 1987 work.
Border towns struggle with post-9/11 security measures
Evidence Suggests Cover-Up in ATF Scandal, as More Guns Appear at Crime Scenes
ATF Gunwalker: Who at the White House knew?
E-Mails Show Three Officials Were Informed of Gun Inquiry
CBS nails ATF coverup attempt on guns found at Brian Terry’s murder scene
Local ATF agent says resignations aren’t enough
U.S. Border Patrol Agents at RGV Seize More than $12.3 Million Worth of Narcotics
8200 lbs pot and 180 lbs cocaine
Suspected Sinaloa Operatives Arrested in Utah
Illegal Workers Used Tax Credit to Pocket $4.2 Billion, Audit Shows
Ontario man held in New Mexico drug bust
(The driver is a Canadian citizen from Ontario.)
Former Arizona Army National Guard Member Charged with Participating in Bribery and Drug Trafficking Conspiracy
Medicare fugitives being tracked beyond U.S. borders
So-called “Dreamers” show how they really feel about this country (w/video)
New Jersey family searches for lost relative
Illegal Aliens deface War Memorial…… again
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