The unbelievable savagery and heinous crimes being committed in massive scale south of the border, on the border and within the United States is virtually ignored by the three branches of our U.S. government and is inexcusable. Securing the border should be the first priority of any government national security. Thanks to organizations such as National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers.
The NAFBPO extracts and condenses the material that follows from Mexican and Central and South American on-line media sources on a daily basis. The following is the text version without photos as some are too graphic for our publlication. Click here to view full version.
Seventh mass grave found. So far a total of 219 bodies found since April 11th.-Milenio
Blog del Narco (www.blogdelnarco.com)
Two men found butchered near the convention center.
Dismembered body of man left near bank ATM.
Gunfight within prison leaves 9 inmates dead.
Municipal police officer gunned down on duty.
SAN FERNANDO, TAMAULIPAS
MX military clashed with cartel gunmen after being attacked by them. Military 5, Cartel 0. Seized were four guns, a handgun, 24 magazines, 638 cartridges, and a vehicle.
NUEVO LAREDO, TAMAULIPAS
Narco blockades and shootings caused businesses to close and parents to pull kids from schools. (The cartels use these blockades to block the military vehicles, and thus isolate the military into pockets which are easier defeated. It also allows the cartels easier escapes.)
GUADALUPE, NUEVO LEÃ“N
Two beheaded men left in car near PRI headquarters, with a narco message directed to the Mayor.
LOS INDIOS, TAMAULIPAS
Shootout between gunmen in 17 trucks and military resulted in 3 bad guys dead, and 3 captured. Seized were 83 rifles, 18 handguns, 315 magazines, over 18 thousand rounds ammunition, five rocket-propelled grenades, 28 grenades, a rocket launcher, 17 vehicles, Cocaine, Marijuana, tactical equipment, among other things.
Shootout at a livestock auction left 1 dead and several injured, including a 78 year old woman.
JUAREZ, NUEVO LEÃ“N (NOT Ciudad Juarez across from El Paso)
Military encountered gunmen in 6 vehicles, which triggered a chase and shootout. Two bad guys down, rest escaped.
Military attacked from room within hotel. Three civilian pedestrians were wounded. Single gunman captured. (One wonders if this might have been a diversion so that the cartel could carry out other operations without a full military/police response.)
CIUDAD JUAREZ, CHIHUAHUA
Burned body of man left at intersection with narco message.
APAXTLA DE CASTREJON, GUERRERO
Military shootout with LFM cartel gunmen, resulting in 3 dead, 4 women and 3 juveniles captured. Seized five AK-47 rifles, seven AR-15, AR-180 rifle, a .270 caliber rifle, five 12-gauge shotguns, three .22 caliber rifles, 12 pistols (MAC 10 type) , a 22-caliber submachine gun, a fragmentation grenade, magazines, cartridges, 20 military-style vests, 20 military-style pants, 15 military-style hats, six ammo vests in black, three bulletproof vests, 11 tactical vests in black, seven green tactical vests; 1,026 kilos of cocaine, 9,376 kilos of opium gum, radio equipment, and six vehicles.
Two men ambushed in car, with one killed and other wounded. (Notice children in photos.)
GUADALUPE, NUEVO LEÃ“N
Dismembered, disembowelled woman left near city hall, while head was placed on a municipal police unit. Narco message left for the mayor. This is second message/warning (see above). Reports are that it could be a police woman or someone close to the mayor.
Mexican army arrests suspected drug boss and police ally
31 People Dead in Nuevo Laredo in Past 24 Hours
Police catch Gulf drug cartel leader at Reynosa birthday party
9 Die in gunfight inside Mexican prison
Mexican City Fires 400 Cops for Suspected Criminal Ties
MEXICO Los Indios Still on Edge After Shootout Just Across Border
Truckloads of migrants a billion-dollar business
Guatemala Looking Increasingly Like a ‘Narco-State’
MEXICO JuÃ¡rez Changes Its Name On Saturday
Reporting Mexico’s murder capital: ‘Death threats are part of daily life’
Official: Prison fire kills 14 inmates in Mexico
A City in Peril
-documentary, opened Friday 5/20
Durango’s Killing Fields: The Grave in the Garden
Agent Brian Terry among those honored at ceremony in D.C.
TEXAS – Wounded ICE Agent Still not Back to Work; Wants to Testify Before Congress
TEXAS – Terrorists Sneaking into America across the Rio Grande
Corruption: Why Texas is Not Mexico
ARIZONA – Illegal immigrant in Mesa held in death of fiancee’s daughter
TEXAS Customs officials speak about shootout near Los Indios bridge
ALABAMA – Four plead guilty to marriage fraud in couple swap
Ending Warrantless Searches At Border Crossings
New Training School for Customs, Border Patrol officers opens in W.Va.’s Eastern Panhandle
Officials: Terror groups are joining crime rings
TEXAS – Agents Watching Indian Residents Crossing Border in the Valley
DEA Agents Refuse To Turn Over ATF Guns
Ex-Border Patrol agent concerned of terror threats
Hiding Drugs And People In Suburban Neighborhoods
ARIZONA Marijuana Found in Lettuce Truck at US-Mexico Border
CALIFORNIA – Two arrested in driver’s licenses for illegals scam(illegals from Korea and China)
New Mexico’s Latina Gov Still Vows To Revoke Immigrant Licenses
Cartels using Ariz. mountaintops to spy on cops
OHIO Cincinnati CBP Intercepts 3 Tons in Drugs Seizures from Foreign Parcels
US eases Iranian student visa rules
Costco uses E-Verify Nationwide to Check Employees
Immigration crackdown worries Vidalia onion county
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