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Monday, December 12, 2011

Texas and Mexico Border News - 12.12.2011 - Weekend included

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Chicago cop helps train Mexico officers to fight drug cartels
Chicago Sun-Times
Two years ago, Chicago Police Detective Oscar Seledon traveled to Mexico to train rookie officers preparing to fight the murderous drug cartels there. His students are now members of Mexico's federal police force. Sadly, though, several of them have ...
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Mexican troops kill 11 gunmen near US border
The Associated Press
MEXICO CITY (AP) — The Mexican army said Monday 11 suspected drug cartel members were killed and a soldier wounded in a shootout just south of the Texas border. Soldiers began engaging with the gunmen Saturday after they opened fire from a building ...
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Colombia extradites alleged drug kingpin to US after arrest in Ecuador
Washington Post
Colombian and US authorities say Ramon Quintero was a top Norte del Valle cartel trafficker who shipped drugs through Mexican cartels. Quintero was arrested in neighboring Ecuador last year, and reporters watched him board a US Drug Enforcement ...
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'Fast and Furious' Guns and Bureaucrats' Cock-and-Bull Stories
Mexidata.info
What were they thinking when they cooked up a scheme to allow thousands more weapons to be smuggled to Mexican drug cartels? And will anybody ever be held accountable for it? It's not as if there weren't enough weapons floating around Mexico. ...
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Colombia Captures Link Between 'Loco Barrera' and Sinaloa Cartel
InSight Crime
Colombian authorities have captured Samy Echtaya Rios, who they say is a key associate of drug lord Daniel Barrera, alias "El Loco," and maintains contacts with Mexico's Sinaloa Cartel. Echtaya was captured in the southwest city of Cali, ...
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Militarized Mining in Mexico
The Dominion
But the area is anything but tranquil: throughout the Sierra Madre, the Sinaloa Cartel, Mexico's most powerful drug cartel, is said to be battling with La Linea, the armed wing of the Juarez Cartel. According to the official story, ...
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Extraditions from Mexico Increase Dramatically Under Calderon
InSight Crime
On the other hand, the flawed reality of the Mexican judicial system ensures that some powerful drug cartel leaders cannot receive impartial trials. In recent years several high-profile criminal suspects, such as Sandra Avila Beltran, have been thought ...
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DEA defends money laundering stings
TucsonSentinel.com
Attention was brought to the money laundering stings following a Sunday story in the New York Times, describing how they were being used to launder the money of Mexican cartels. Rep. Issa subsequently opened a probe into them. ...
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Hacker group Anonymous posts “LulzXmas” video with 2012 warning
TechJournal South
Among other targets, the group took down a Web company hosting child porn sites, threatened Mexican drug cartels and has said it will “kill Facebook” in February. The group, which adopted the now familiar Guy Fawkes mask as a symbol of its rebellious ...
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TechJournal South
Govt Proposes Unmanned Border Crossing from Mexico
The New American
In the meantime, there is a small military presence that protects the town from drug cartel violence. If the pathway is approved, the Border Patrol would place eight agents to live in the park, in addition to the park's law enforcement rangers that ...
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Authorities: Major busts unleash turf war as Sinaloa Cartel takes root
Dominican Today
The decapitations of Dominican Republic's main drug trafficking structures in the wake of arrests of major figures has unleashed a turf war, prompting Mexico's violent Sinaloa Cartel to send its own personnel to supervise its illicit operations in the ...
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Supreme Court takes Arizona immigration law case in key test of federal power
Christian Science Monitor
Arizona's 370-mile border with Mexico has become a high-risk danger zone with the combination of human smuggling and the operations of violent Mexican drug cartels. Arizona spends several hundred million dollars a year in law enforcement costs, ...
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Christian Science Monitor
Mexican Police Arrest Powerful Drug Trafficker
Latin American Herald Tribune
11, 1973, in Laredo, Texas, was a high-level member of the Beltran Leyva cartel and got his nickname because of his fair skin and blue eyes. Vargas Garcia was responsible for the drug trafficking organization's business in the western section of ...
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Ríodoce attack shows need for denial-of-service defenses
CPJ Press Freedom Online
The group has been associated with proclamations against the cartels, as well as rumors that some members intended to release private documents on the drug gangs (although some observers remain skeptical of the accuracy of those threats). ...
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American denies drug trafficking claim
Aircargo - Asia Pacific
US federal investigators say a recently broken cocaine-trafficking ring was run not by Mexican cartels or Mafia, but a lowly baggage handler for American Airlines at Kennedy International Airport. His 'helpers' were other baggage handlers and crew ...
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Obama Frolicking in Hawaii While Economy Burns
Human Events
Obama's Justice Department was under fire last week over how Operation Fast and Furious allowed major arms traffickers to sell guns to Mexican drug cartels. This operation led to the killing of US Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry, and to a large number ...
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Letters: Aiding illegals helps this country
Albany Democrat Herald
In view of the enormous amount of violence and killings emanating from Mexico, Columbia and other Latin American countries caused by the drug cartels, it is understandable why many of their citizens elect to immigrate to this country. ...
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Pot Growers Destroying National Forests
LiveScience.com
"The Mexican cartels and other growers began to think to themselves that they could make more money and run less risk if they were to grow it stateside," Warren Eth, a lawyer who wrote a review of marijuana cultivation in national forests, ...
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Nothing Exceeds Like Excess
Wizbang (blog)
... be just fine and dandy with the Obama administration taking up the plan, trashing every single safeguard built into it, and essentially giving a couple of thousand guns to the Mexican drug cartels without bothering to tell the Mexican authorities. ...
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Iran Conducting Anti-US Operations in Latin America
Heritage.org (blog)
In addition, transnational criminal cartels in Mexico are increasingly taking on the character of terrorist networks.” With this latest report from Univision, we are reminded that those threats need to be identified and investigated, even in our own ...
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The Pending Second US Revolution?
Salem-News.Com
The recent Fast and Furious US gunrunning program to the Mexican drug cartels is the best reminder of all, because it really amounts to an extension of the weapons smuggling programs used to fund the right wing Contras as they killed the poor farmers ...
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Salem-News.Com
McConnell Accuses Justice Department of Misleading Congress
Bayoubuzz
The operation was a secret program run by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) that allowed weapons to fall into the hands of drug cartels in Mexico, in hopes that they could be traced. Some of the weapons were found at the crime scene in ...
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Security threats that will dominate 2012
FierceCIO
Just as Anonymous this year has directed some of its power against Mexican drug cartels and child pornographers, others are likely to work on the side of justice. Imperva: Forecasters at Imperva came up with nine cyber security predictions (see the ...
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Speak Out 12/12/11
Southeast Missourian
You know, like weapons to the Mexican drug cartel. I am reading in the paper about the urban deer hunting committee. You know if this comes about that they allow hunting in the city limits, these deer that are more like pets than anything else will be ...
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Honduran Congress Bans Motorbike Passengers to Curb Drive-By Killings
Newser
Violent street gangs and Mexican drug cartels have also weakened security in Honduras. Officials are reacting by trying to weed out criminals from the police force, and using troops to carry out policing efforts. Traffic policemen stop motorcycles ...
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Blogs 15 new results for mexican drug cartels
Fast and Furious, The US And Mexico - Grendel Report
What were they thinking when they cooked up a scheme to allow thousands more weapons to be smuggled to Mexican drug cartels? And will anybody ever be held accountable for it? It´s not as if there weren't enough weapons floating around ...
Grendel Report
Documents Prove One Goal of Fast And Furious Was Gun Control ...
By Robbie Cooper
Memo to the Obama administration: if don't want us to just default to the obvious conclusion – that the objective of Fast and Furious was to increase drug cartel violence in Mexico, blame American-made weapons, thereby justifying stricter gun ...
UrbanGrounds
Treatment Solutions Network Drug Treatment and Recovery Articles ...
By Bethany Winkel
What can we do about the Mexican drug cartels? They only seem to growing in power despite everyone's best tactics. According to the newest drama out of Washington, the U.S. has been using a flawed strategy to combat these violent men. ...
Treatment Solutions Network Drug...
Monday, December 12, 2011 - GUN WATCH
By jonjayray
At issue are the thousands of U.S. guns the federal government deliberately gave to Mexican drug cartels and the ensuing calls for more firearms control and gun bans in order to 'deal with the problem.' ATF whistleblowers have maintained ...
GUN WATCH
US proposes unmanned border crossing with Mexico | The ...
By TexasFred
An unmanned crossing is the dream of all Mexican drug cartels and any others wanting an open door into the USA. (think terrorists). Granted, many make it over the border now, from ALL ilks, because lets face facts, the U.S. border with Mexico ...
The TexasFred Blog
12-12-11:Beyond Stupid: Fort Hood Killings are "Workplace ...
By solsticewitch13
Fast And Furious, The U.S. And Mexico · Allan Wall. What led the U.S. Justice Department to allow thousands more weapons to be smuggled to Mexican drug cartels? And will anybody ever be held accountable for it? ...
Solsticewitch13's BOS
The Absurd Report » White House Seals Records of Murdered ...
By The Bear
Conducted by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), the disastrous scheme allowed guns to be smuggled into Mexico so they could eventually be traced to drug cartels… Source: Family Security Matters ...
The Absurd Report
E-nough!: NYC Letter: Today's Big Stupid -- Hank Johnson
By Damian
Although Mr. Holder does not know the number of guns sold to Mr. Johnson's fanciful sampling -- we doubt anyone does -- we do know that the ATF allowed the illegal sale of as many as 2500 firearms* to Mexican drug cartels and that these ...
E-nough!
Sheriff Says Obama's in Panic over Investigation! | Lorinov's Blog
By roblorinov
Apparently, Sheriff Joe has had a lot of death threats made against him over this investigation along with bounties put on his head by 4 of the Mexican drug cartels. Apparently the Sheriff has found some matters for concern during the course of ...
Lorinov's Blog
Political Pistachio: Fast and Furious Designed to Force Gun Control ...
By Douglas V. Gibbs
Now, e-mails have surfaced showing that government officials never planned to reveal publicly their role in letting those guns fall into the hands of Mexican drug cartels, nor that they planned to use the end result to argue for new gun ...
Political Pistachio
The Libertarian Patriot: TLP Quik Hits: Why Americans No Longer ...
By Chris W
Fast and Furious is the Justice Department program in which officials allowed thousands of weapons to be sold by U.S. dealers to Mexican drug cartels. Just before Christmas, U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was murdered with one of ...
The Libertarian Patriot
The Fast and Furious “Manufactured Controversy” | Tea Party ...
By mrcurmudgeon
In testimony before the House Judiciary Committee, Attorney General Eric “Erkel” Holder admitted his Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) sold 2000 weapons to Mexico's deadly drug cartels. If that wasn't bad enough, the New York Times ...
Tea Party Tribune - Tea Party...
The Common Room: News
By Headmistress, zookeeper
Let me see if I'm understanding this correctly — Obama/Pelosi/Reid quadruple the federal deficit, so that Washington can push more taxes. Holder “loses” 2000 rifles to Mexican drug cartels, so that Washington can push more gun control. ...
The Common Room
NewsDaily: Former Panama strongman Noriega heads home to prison
Honduras turns to army to battle drug gangs. TEGUCIGALPA, Nov. 30, 2011 (Reuters) — Honduras' Congress voted on Tuesday to deploy the army to fight encroaching Mexican drug cartels in a bid to curb violence in the world's most ...
NewsDaily: Top Headlines
Holder Puts Obama in a Double Bind : News, Opinion, Truth & YOU!
By Angel
... as he discussed the legal definition of perjury when pressed about his department's evolving responses to inquiries into Operation Fast and Furious, in which agents lost track of the weapons they sent into the hands of Mexican drug cartels. ...
News, Opinion, Truth & YOU!

Web 1 new result for mexican drug cartels
U.S. Agents Launder Mexican Profits of Drug Cartels « Federal ...
Drug Cartels Josue Gonzalez/Reuters “A crime scene in Monterrey, Mexico, last week. Drug-related violence has claimed the lives of more than 40000 people ...
federalcrimesblog.com/.../u-s-agents-launder-mexican-profits-...

Mexican army kills 11 gunmen near US border, seizes 73 rifles
Washington Post
MEXICO CITY — The Mexican army said Monday 11 suspected drug cartel members were killed and a soldier wounded in a shootout just south of the Texas border. Soldiers began engaging with the gunmen Saturday after they opened fire from a building where ...
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Mexican troops kill 11 gunmen near US border
CBS News
(AP) MEXICO CITY — The Mexican army says 11 gunmen were killed and a soldier wounded in a shootout just south of the Texas border. The Defense Department says in a news release that armed men holed up in a building in the city of Valle Hermoso opened ...
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Mexico: Shootout Kills 11 Gunmen Near Texas Border
By The Huffington Post News Editors
MEXICO CITY -- The Mexican army says 11 gunmen were killed and a soldier wounded in a shootout just south of the Texas border. The Defense Department says in a news release that armed men holed up in a building in the city of Valle ...
The Huffington Post | Full News Feed
US proposes unmanned border crossing with Mexico in West Texas ...
By Staff
BIG BEND NATIONAL PARK, Texas (AP) -- The U.S. is proposing its first unmanned border crossing with Mexico in a remote stretch of West Texas.
Filed online
Obama Administration Plans Unmanned Texas-Mexico Border ...
By admin
Incredibly, with Mexico still in political chaos and violence along the border showing no signs of abating, the current administration is claiming that a p...
JewPI.com
U.S. Proposes Unmanned Border Crossing With Mexico ...
By Conservative Byte
This hardly seems a time the U.S. would be willing to allow people to cross the border legally from Mexico without a customs officer in sight. But in this rugged, remote West Texas terrain where wading across the shallow Rio Grande ...
Conservative Byte
US proposes unmanned border crossing with Mexico
BIG BEND NATIONAL PARK, Texas (AP) -- The U.S. is proposing its first unmanned border crossing with Mexico in a remote stretch of West Texas. Federal officials tout the port of entry in Big Bend National Park as a security upgrade, noting ...
News 12 - Top Stories and Breaking News
Obama uses honor system to secure border « Seeing Red AZ
By seeingredaz
Fox News reports on the Obama administration's disturbing scheme to supplant U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents with National Park Service employees at the Big Bend National Park in West Texas. “Improved ... Kiosks are expected to be in place by spring which will allow Mexican nationals and others desiring unfettered access into our country, to scan their identity documents and talk to a customs officer in another location — at least 100 miles away. As CIS reports, there is ...
Seeing Red AZ

Obama to slash National Guard force on US-Mexico border
Washington Times
By Stephen Dinan A Customs and Border Protection agent patrols by car along the US-Mexico border in Nogales, Ariz., in April 2010. Arizona's section of the border is the busiest for smuggling drugs and people. (Associated Press) Blaming budget cuts, ...
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Washington Times
Guest opinion: Any Mexican claim on the Southwest United States is bogus
The News-Press
In the wake of the Alamo, the American Mexican War of 1846-48 ended after US troops entered Mexico City. The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, signed February 2, 1848, gave the US undisputed control of Texas, established the US/Mexican border of the Rio ...
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Aircraft drug smuggling bill clears senate
Military & Aerospace Electronics
WASHINGTON c US Sens. Tom Udall, DN.M., and Dean Heller, R-Nev., applauded the passage of their legislation that will help improve border security by cracking down on smugglers who use ultralight aircraft to bring drugs across the US-Mexico border. ...
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NADBank to finance new round of border environment projects
San Antonio Business Journal
These four projects will benefit 1 million residents living on both sides of the US-Mexico border. • A 20-megawatt solar energy park in Picture Rocks, Ariz. This park should generate enough electricity for 3500 homes in metropolitan Tucson. ...
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Biowarfare planned to protect border
kypost.com
By LISA HOFFMAN, Scripps Howard News Service WASHINGTON - US Customs and Border Protection intends to turn to biological warfare, of a sort, in its battle to control the border with Mexico. The agency says it is recommending the release of two insects ...
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kypost.com
Casualties of the Mexican drug war
Mail Tribune
The violence south of the border has been well-documented. But you would be wrong if you thought it's limited to Mexico, says Sylvia Longmire, an author and former officer and investigative special agent in the Air Force. ...
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Mexico aims to ease fears on highways
San Antonio Express
High-profile incidents in Mexico have focused international attention on those highways, including the January fatal shooting near the Texas border of US missionary Nancy Davis, 59, and the discovery this spring of mass graves around the Mexican city ...
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Court to Rule on Controversial Ariz Immigration Law
NBC San Diego
By R. Stickney A US flag put up by activists who oppose illegal immigration flies near the US-Mexico border. The Supreme Court will hear a case on a controversial issue that could have implications for American cities close to the US - Mexico border ...
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As Holidays Near, PayNearMe and iSend Simplify Gift Giving for US Consumers ...
San Francisco Chronicle (press release)
Innovative partnership enables purchase at 7-Eleven of PIN codes redeemable at leading Mexican appliance and electronics retailer Elektra. PayNearMe, the cash transaction network, and iSend, a leading US electronic payment service for people who ...
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FEDS TO OPEN US BORDERS
Weekly World News (satire)
By Frank Lake The White House will announce new “open borders” policy with Mexico and Canada. ”All are welcome!” Sources inside the White House say that the Obama Administration is planning on announcing “a new, bold, creative approach” to the border ...
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Weekly World News (satire)
Worrisome Uptick in Crack Consumption in Mexico
Fox News
Colombian cartels began outsourcing the trafficking of cocaine to Mexican criminal organizations and paid them in cocaine. With heightened US border security after 2001, Mexican cartels began distributing in Mexico to convert the coke to cash and ...
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Poe: Holder 'Dodged Questions' on Fast and Furious
NewsMax.com
“It's not about politics it's about people dying,” he said, noting that the Mexican authorities estimate that 200 deaths south of the border can be linked directly to Fast and Furious weapons. And even Holder has acknowledged that many more deaths will ...
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State, local policies emerge on illegal immigrants
eTaiwan News
By LISA RATHKE AP The two Mexican farmworkers were nervous. Seated in a pickup truck whose driver had been stopped for speeding on a Vermont highway, they didn't know what to expect from the state trooper. They had heard of other farmworkers being ...
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Giffords' office encouraging better cell service
KOLD-TV
(AP) - US Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' office says it is involved in a bipartisan congressional effort to bring improved cell phone service to rural areas including Arizona close to the US-Mexico border. Giffords' office cites poor cell coverage as one ...
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Our Neighbors: Texas A&M Health Science Center
Bryan College Station Eagle
* Genny Carrillo Zuniga of the Texas A&M Health Science Center School of Rural Public Health recently was awarded the US-Mexico Border 2012 Environmental Leadership Award by William Luthans, a representative from the US Environmental Protection Agency, ...
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Myths swirl around legendary Judge Roy Bean of Langtry
San Angelo Standard Times
The fight, between Peter Mahar of Ireland and Bob Fitzsimmons of Australia, had to be held in the middle of the river because prizefighting was unlawful in both Texas and Mexico. Today, Langtry is a popular tourist site, with thousands or more visitors ...
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Ivory Coast Legislative Polls See Thin Turnout
Salon
The film also discusses the Kid's love for Paulita Maxwell, the daughter of a Mexican-American landowner. When he was being chased down by another sheriff, Billy the Kid refused to leave Maxwell for safe haven south of the border. ...
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Immigration falls as campaign border rhetoric soars
Brownsville Herald
While presidential candidates talk about how to secure the US-Mexico border, data reveals that their focus should be on other problems caused by illegal immigration. Apprehensions by the US Border Patrol are at their lowest level since the Nixon era, ...
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Mexican Drug Cartel Violence Heading Towards America?
Fox News
And thank God we have not yet seen a spike in violence along the southern border due to either undocumented immigrants or due to the Mexican drug cartel violence. Not yet. In Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, southern California, in areas where undocumented ...
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Mexico says police in Americas sharing more info
Sacramento Bee
Police Commissioner Facundo Rosas says the growing exchange of data is a sign of increasing police cooperation and mutual assistance in the battle against drug cartels. He did not specify what kind of information was being shared. ...
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McConnell says Holder 'misled' Congress
The Hill (blog)
By John T. Bennett - 12/11/11 11:07 AM ET Attorney General Eric Holder and senior Justice Department officials have “misled” Congress about a failed government operation that provided firearms to Mexican drug cartels, Senate Minority Leader Mitch ...
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Another 11 Zetas Captured in Northern Mexico
Latin American Herald Tribune
MONTERREY, MexicoMexican authorities announced the arrest of another 11 suspected members of the Los Zetas drug cartel in the violence-plagued northeastern state of Nuevo Leon. They were detained a few hours prior to the capture of 18 purported ...
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Mexico drug gangs up ante with high-tech tunnels
Arab News
That tunnel, replete with a hydraulically controlled steel door, elevator and electric rail tracks, was built by the Sinaloa cartel, which controls the California-Mexico border area where the bulk of subterranean passages are, he said. ...
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The holiday season doesn't slow Mexican cartels from smuggling illicit drugs
Examiner.com
In a separate bust, Border Patrol agents at the Interstate 8 checkpoint just east of San Diego, arrested a 23-year-old male Mexican national for smuggling 3.53 pounds of heroin worth $45890 in the soles of two pairs of dress shoes. ...
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Noriega flown home to be punished once again
Atlanta Journal Constitution
He also began working with Colombia's Medellin drug cartel, and made millions moving cocaine to the United States. As the Cold War waned, and the US war on drugs gained prominence, Noriega's drug ties became a source of increasing tension. ...
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Atlanta Journal Constitution
First woman joins Mexican navy's special forces
Middle East North Africa Financial Network
Tens of thousands of military personnnel and federal police have been deployed to areas plagued by cartel turf battles since President Felipe Calderon took office in December 2006, a period of time in which nearly 50000 people have died in drug-related ...
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Maybe Santa can bring PBS some new ideas; how about unleashing TV critics?
Peoria Journal Star (blog)
Where else will you find something like the recent show on Mexican history that provided a look at our southern neighbor that didn't mention drug cartels or border crossings? But there's a golden opportunity that PBS is missing — take a weekly look at ...
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Why Americans no longer trust Washington
Washington Examiner
Fast and Furious is the Justice Department program in which officials allowed thousands of weapons to be sold by US dealers to Mexican drug cartels. Just before Christmas, US Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was murdered with one of those weapons. ...
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How's this: 'Factories, not fences'
Arizona Republic
In his book, Sobhani says he doesn't use drugs or alcohol -- the Kahlua cheesecake notwithstanding -- but he does support legalizing marijuana on an experimental basis in order to weaken Mexico's drug cartels. Another good idea. ...
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RH Line calls printed Dec. 11
ReporterHerald.com
"The centerpiece of president Obama's foreign policy so far was arming the Mexican drug cartels with their operation fast and furious. Obama is obviously in agreement with attorney general Holder because he said, 'Holder is doing a great job and he has ...
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Weekly Update: Barney, Blago, Kagan, and In-State Tuition
Right Side News
(Holder was slammed on the Fast and Furious "Obama-administration-gives-guns-to-Mexican-drug-cartels-to-use- for-crimes" scandal, too.) In its continued efforts to educate the public about the Obamacare Supreme Court controversy, JW will host a panel ...
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IRAN, AMERICAN DRONES, AND THE INTERLINKED CRISES OF US HEGEMONY AND GLOBAL ...
CASMII
Iran's accusations on this point are not based on un-evidenced, “trust us” allegations (such as those advanced by the United States about assassination plots entailing the engagement of Mexican drug cartels as suppliers of hit men). ...
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BREAKING: ISLAMIC TERRORISTS PLOT TO ATTACK US FROM MEXICO
The Cypress Times
A segment of the often shocking documentary is allegedly dedicated to the connection between Mexican drug cartels and the foiled plot to murder the Saudi ambassador in Washington DC a few months ago. One of the Iranians charged had been ordered by that ...
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The Cypress Times

Blogs 16 new results for mexican drug cartels
NewsDaily: Mexico drug gangs up ante with high-tech tunnels
By Rachel Uranga and Mica Rosenberg
When architect Felipe de Jesus Corona built Mexico's most powerful drug lord a 200-foot-long tunnel under the U.S.-Mexican border with a hydraulic lift entrance opened by a fake water tap, the kingpin was impressed.
NewsDaily: Top Headlines
Muslim Terrorists Plot to Attack US from Mexico - Grendel Report
A segment of the often shocking documentary is allegedly dedicated to the connection between Mexican drug cartels and the foiled plot to murder the Saudi ambassador in Washington D.C. a few months ago. One of the Iranians charged had ...
Grendel Report
The Gun Runners in Washington D.C. « LewRockwell.com Blog
By Karen De Coster
According to Investors.com, emails that were obtained by CSB show that "ATF officials discussed using the deliberate transfer of weapons to Mexican drug cartels to justify a new gun regulation known as "Demand Letter 3.'" Remember that ...
LewRockwell.com Blog
Fiery Spirited Zionist: Fast and Furious
By LEL
... Eric Holder was testifying before the committee about Fast and Furious — a Justice Department program where Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agents facilitated the sale of about 2000 guns to Mexican drug cartels. ... After asking Holder for the specific number of guns the Justice Department and ATF helped smuggle into the hands of drug cartels — to which Holder responded there were about 2000 — Johnson alleged that the “gun show loophole” was far ...
Fiery Spirited Zionist
Geopolityka and Geo Security: Interview: US Attorney General ...
By W. Alex Sánchez
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms allowed more than 2000 guns to cross into Mexico. The idea was to take down a drug cartel. Instead, weapons showed up at crime scenes in Mexico and Arizona...including at the murder scene of ...
Geopolityka and Geo Security
Borderland Beat: Eric Holder Grilled Over Fast and Furious
By Buggs
... Eric Holder over apparent contradictions in Holder's accounts of his involvement in Operation Fast and Furious -- the program under which hundreds of high-powered weapons were allowed to fall into the hands of Mexican drug cartels. ...
Borderland Beat
Fast, Furious and Outrageous | COTO Report
By volaar
The reason for the decision to target Judge Roll and Congresswoman Giffords has to do with their knowledge of the malicious and purposeful arming of Mexican drug gangs along the US-Mexico border by US intelligence agency assets in an ...
COTO Report
US Drug War Against Russia Waged From the Asian Foothold ...
By therearenosunglasses
Washington's supplies of firearms and grenade launchers to Mexico's rivaling drug cartels clearly reflect the strategy of managing the drug war in the country. Dozens of Mexican military and law-enforcement officers – along with US border ...
Therearenosunglasses's Weblog
The Fast and Furious Gun Control Plot | The Blog on Obama: White ...
By Keith Koffler
Fast and Furious, as you are probably aware, was the botched Justice Department effort to send guns into Mexico so that ATF agents could track them and monitor drug dealers. The guns were used in killings, ... ATF officials didn't intend to publicly disclose their own role in letting Mexican cartels obtain the weapons, but emails show they discussed using the sales, including sales encouraged by ATF, to justify a new gun regulation called “Demand Letter 3″. That would require some ...
The Blog on Obama: White House Dossier
Violence in Juarez, Mexico Kills 14
By Trish
The city of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico has been embroiled in a bitter battle between drug cartels and other violence gangs. Authorities are struggling to investigate a series of violent attacks that have killed 14 people. Four of the victims were killed ...
Gev.com - Latest Technology,...
Mexico Busts Drug Cartels' Private Phone Networks | World News ...
By Russian Opinion
The Mexican military has recently broken up several secret telecommunications networks that were built and controlled by drug cartels so they could coordinate.
World News - Russian opinion
Rio Grande City man sentenced for illegal gun buys : News ...
By Action 4 News Staff
Investigators say the 50-year-old was a straw purchaser, a person who buys guns for other individuals. So-called "straw purchases" are commonly used to funnel weapons to Mexico's drug cartels. (Copyright ©2011 by The Associated Press. ...
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Mexico Earthquake: 6.5 Magnitude Quake Strikes Western State Of ...
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This is a story about an EARTHQUAKE not immigration, drug cartels or anything else. For the ignorant ones...Don't you people know that 99% of Mexicans despise the drug cartels? Also who do you think is providing the drug lords with their ...
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Prison Planet.com » Iran refuses to hand back US drone
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Maybe the Mexican drug cartels will build some. & they want it back…The ability to make nuclear weapons comes with the territory of achieving advanced nuclear technology. Any state that achieves this level of nuclear sophistication ipso facto ...
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Islamic Terrorists Plot to Attack U.S. from Mexico; Mexico Needs a ...
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A federal court in San Antonio, Texas imposed a sentence of 18 years and six months in prison by Mexican drug trafficker Juan Jose Quintero Payan, Don Juanjo , considered the second most important man of the Juarez cartel after Amado ...
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Home invasion reported in south Topeka | CJOnline.com
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This time, though, we'll arm law-abiding citizens, and not criminal Mexican drug cartels. This should help balance out the firepower that Holder has illegally and unconstitutionally armed the enemy with, so citizens can better protect ourselves! ...
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Mexico drug gangs up ante with high-tech tunnels - Yahoo! News
From Yahoo! News: MEXICO CITY, Mexico (Reuters) - When architect Felipe de Jesus Corona built Mexico's most powerful drug lord a 200-foot-long tunnel ...
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Mexico drug gangs up ante with high-tech tunnels | Reuters
MEXICO CITY, Mexico (Reuters) - When architect Felipe de Jesus Corona built Mexico's most powerful drug lord a 200-foot-long tunnel under the U.S.-Mexican ...
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Mexican Bishop Advocates Ceasefire to Feuding Drug Cartels ...
A Mexican bishop is supporting a peace activist's call for a ceasefire to the mass killings between feuding drug cartels.
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The DEA Is Laundering Money For Mexican Drug Cartels (12-07-2011). December 8, 2011 by POPEYE Filed under Featured Stories, War on Drugs ...
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Mexico drug gangs up ante with high-tech tunnels
Reuters India
By Rachel Uranga and Mica Rosenberg MEXICO CITY, Mexico (Reuters) - When architect Felipe de Jesus Corona built Mexico's most powerful drug lord a 200-foot-long tunnel under the US-Mexican border with a hydraulic lift entrance opened by a fake water ...
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Torture and murder rife in Mexican jail: freed inmate
Sydney Morning Herald
In this 2007 photo, Mexico's President Felipe Calderon, left, walks with his Secretary of Defense Guillermo Galvan. Photo: AP A US citizen recently freed from a Mexican prison in the border town of Ciudad Juarez has claimed he witnessed government ...
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After 5 years, Mexico's drug war still rages
Washington Post
Extradited a year later, he was freed by a US court. Meanwhile, the drugs keep flowing. Seizures at the US-Mexico border indicate that marijuana and heroin are moving north unchecked, although in a rare piece of good news, cocaine sales in the United ...
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GOP debate: Romney, Gingrich split on illegal immigration policy
The Hill (blog)
... at state and local jails, has helped to drive the increase. In September, the Obama administration opted to keep the extra 1200 National Guard troops on the US-Mexico border through the end of the year — the price tag runs about $10 million a month.
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Report: untold grief of Gunwalker victims demands justice
Examiner.com
In mid-December of 2010, Agent Terry was murdered by Mexican criminals who were carrying firearms supplied to them in the US government's 'Gunwalker' or 'Fast and Furious' operation. This is a tragedy that deserves nothing less than the swiftest and ...
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Mike Connell: Mr. Obama, tear down this wall
Port Huron Times Herald
Or even Mexico. It is neither an Evil Empire nor a cog in the Axis of Evil. It's just old Canada, a country that looks an awful lot like ours would if we pumped gas by the liter and set speed limits in kilometers per hour. Those of us who live near the ...
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US Intelligence Operations in Mexico Spark New Controversy
Prensa Latina
The New York Times published that US agents have smuggled drug money through the border to learn how criminal organizations deal with their money, where they keep it, and identify their ringleaders. Some agents said that the DEA often allows some drug ...
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RAY GONZALES: Building the rails -- and the middle class
Bakersfield Californian
Many companies, including the Southern Pacific, built thousands of miles of rail lines joining various cities in Mexico to border crossings in El Paso and Nogales. After the major work was completed in Mexico, thousands of experienced Mexican railroad ...
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Mexico crossings delayed by the holidays
AZ Central.com
AP YUMA -- Delays at border crossings into Mexico are on the rise as immigrants rush to get back to their homes for Christmas. US Customs and Border Protection officials tell the Yuma Sun (http://bit.ly/rzq5ad) that pedestrian and vehicle lines are ...
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US Drug War Against Russia Waged From the Asian Foothold
Tiwy.com - news of Latin America
Washington's supplies of firearms and grenade launchers to Mexico's rivaling drug cartels clearly reflect the strategy of managing the drug war in the country. Dozens of Mexican military and law-enforcement officers – along with US border guards, ...
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Man arrested in Montreal after violent US bank robbery
Montreal Gazette
He said the arrest was made based on information from different police forces and that the Canada Border Services Agency was involved in the investigation to locate the man. Richer said Whittlesey offered no resistance when approached by members of the ...
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UPI NewsTrack TopNews
UPI.com
The Mexican newspaper La Prensa reported President Felipe Calderon said on his Twitter account there was "no major damage reported at the time, however the reports are preliminary." Mexico City Mayor Marcelo Ebrard also took to Twitter confirming there ...
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Drug cartels pushed from our forests
Mail Tribune
The agency comes to a bleak conclusion concerning the influence Mexican cartels will have in the Pacific Northwest's drug market in the coming years. The agency cites the cartels' near monopoly of smuggling routes in the US's southwest border regions ...
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