M3 Report from the National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers:
Half a Million Troops Could Seal the Southwest Border, Says Border Protection Chief; Mexico Elbows Into U.S. Meth Trade
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**Asterisk denotes death involving a police officer or a member of the military serving in that capacity.
NUEVO LAREDO, TAMAULIPAS
Authorities have now confirmed that the Zeta leader for the Nuevo Laredo plaza, Jorge Luis de la Peña Brizuela, alias El Pompín, was killed in Tuesday’s shootout with the Mexican military.
IXTLÁN DE LOS HERVORES, MICHOACÁN
Municipal police here received an anonymous call of a body hanging near an abandoned water wheel. Officers found a teen boy, tortured and executed. He had been missing since July 31.
EL TAMARINDO, SINALOA
The bodies of three men were found along a dirt road. Their eyes were covered with duct tape. They had been tortured and then shot, making sure that in doing so, they face was blown away. (This is common in drug-related executions to hinder identification.)
Municipal police received a report of a dead man near this community. His body was taken into the town to see if residents could identify him.
An intense shootout between assassins in a gray Hummer and Mexican military resulted in four bad guys dead. Two rifles, magazines, cartridges and the vehicle were seized.
MONTERREY, NUEVO LEÓN
Shortly after 7 pm, gunmen attacked the Topo Chico detention and the Judicial building with grenades and rifles. Early reports are the gunmen intended to enter the prison to break prisoners out. Four civilians and two police officers were injured and were transported to the hospital. A patrol vehicle and an anti riot special vehicle were damaged.
The Mexican army located a training camp for La Resistencia. It had a range for firearms training, an obstacle course, rest area, and bathrooms.
Two municipal police officers were attacked and killed on duty around 7 pm Friday. Dozens of local residents watched as they tried to defend themselves from the attack. One of the gunmen was also killed, and left behind by the others. Beside the body was gun.
An off duty Mexican soldier was killed as he left a local bar last night.
Four human bodies were found cut up and placed into at least 10 black plastic bags behind a high school.
MONTERREY, NUEVO LEÓN
A decapitated woman was left at a business named Brougham Apparel. The body was wrapped in a tarp, and the head was in a plastic bag. The company representatives said they did not recognize or know who the woman was. A narco message was left, but the wording has been guarded by the authorities.
MONTEMORELOS, NUEVO LEÓN
Gunmen attacked a federal police patrol unit yesterday outside of a convenience store. Three agents were wounded and are in a nearby hospital.
SAN NICOLÁS DE LOS GARZA, NUEVO LEÓN
Near dawn today an armed group drove up to five men, and without a word, shot and killed all.
A new criminal group has appeared in Ixtapa. Two young men were kidnapped, and because the ransom was not paid, they were executed. A message was left saying ‘thanks for nonpayment’ and signed El Cartel de la Calle’ (Cartel of the Street).
One Juarez officer killed, another injured after attack near international bridge*
(Early this morning. The dead officer was the right hand man of the Chief.)
9 bodies found near schools in 2 Mexican states
Chile police, students clash in banned protests
“I think the government has committed a grave mistake,” (a student spokesperson) said. “They wanted to wipe out and make invisible this demonstration. With this the people will only come out in greater force because there’s huge discontent.”
Mexico Elbows Into U.S. Meth Trade
El Salvador Gang Linked to Zetas: Police
El Salvador remains one of the most violent countries in the world, estimated to have some 20,000 gang members.
Mexico Should Cut Hype Over Drug Gang Arrests
Dole Signs Collective Bargaining Agreement with Ecuadorian Banana Union
Bolivia Busts Narco-Lab in Santa Cruz
Honduras Normalizes Relations With Nicaragua
In Tijuana, deported migrants struggle to survive
Unrelenting violence and lawlessness forces thousands of middle-class Mexicans to relocate seeking safety in the U.S. and in more peaceful regions in México
Mexico’s narcocorridos turn drug violence to music
(And some of the musicians end up executed for those songs.)
Guatemala court orders US couple to return allegedly stolen child
Bolivia to Buy Up Excess Coca Production
Bolivia’s Economic Troubles-17 minute audio
Domestic News – United States
ATF gun tracers loaded with responsibility
A furiously bungled sting-Editorial
Southwest Border Safer Than Ever: Think Tank Report
Woman Killed After Truck Crashes Through House
(Truck full of illegal immigrants slammed into her home.)
Border Patrol wrapup: Agent rescues woman trapped in car
New state policy makes registering a vehicle more difficult for immigrants
46 pounds of marijuana found in Florida pilot’s plane at Alexandria airport
Border Patrol Busts Net Nearly $850K in Illicit Drugs
Illinois DREAM Act Becomes Law Amid Immigration Reform Debate
Government of the People, by the People and For the People?
Trafficking defendant: I was a DEA informer
ICE Arrests TX Pawn Shop Employees for Ammo Smuggling into Mexico
How the feds busted ‘Operation Liquid Dragon’
– biggest ephedrine ring to operate out of Oregon
Border ‘safer than ever,’ but Arizona still a crossing hot-spot
Washington Post Got It Wrong on Immigration
Prince William County sues feds for status of illegal aliens
Fatal DUI accident triggered action
Ports of entry seizures exceed $9 million in narcotics, $229,000 in currency
Half a Million Troops Could Seal the Southwest Border, Says Border Protection Chief
Poll: Three-fourths of voters want employers punished for hiring illegal aliens
Mexican national wanted for raping 87-year-old woman now in custody
Bill targets aircrafts smuggling drugs
The bill would close a loophole in current law that gives smugglers who use ultralights lesser penalties than those who use airplanes or cars.
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