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Monday, January 30, 2012

Texas and Mexico Border News - 1.30.2012

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Justice Department changes inquiry response procedures to Congress after Fast ...
Fox News
In Operation Fast and Furious, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives allowed hundreds of weapons to flow across the border into Mexico. The Justice Department told three congressional committees in a letter Friday night that it has ...
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Border patrol agents, cops declare war against marijuana prohibition
Times-Standard
A green-and-white Border Patrol vehicle is cruising a primitive road along the international border between Mexico and California. It throws up plumes of dust as the occupants scan the horizon. The sun at high noon is an angry ball in a clear azure sky ...
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Restaurant review: Burguesa Burger in Denton
Pegasus News
Burguesa Burger is exactly what it sounds like: Mexican meets classic Texas-style grub in the form of typical ballpark fare. Tucked away next to Ramen Republic and across the street from Love Shack, this new twist on burgers, fries, and hot dogs adds a ...
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Mexican consulate plans Cinco de Mayo festivities
Yuma Sun
If there's a holiday in Mexico that normally doesn't cause much excitement, it's Cinco de Mayo, or the 5th of May. It's sometimes confused on this side of the border with independence day — actually Sept. 16, the date in 1810 when Mexico declared its ...
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Catchy Slogans, Sloppy Ideas
New York Times (blog)
Mr. Cain, if you haven't blotted it from mind, said he wouldn't appoint a Muslim to his cabinet, promised to string an electrified killing fence along the Mexico border, and told Occupy protesters that they should “blame themselves” for being poor and ...
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Vanessa Hudgens Premieres "Journey 2" in Mexico City!
The Gossip Girls
The 23-year-old brunette beauty joined alongside co-stars Josh Hutcherson and Dwayne Johnson while warmly greeting their south of the border fans lining the venue before heading inside the Cinemark Reforma 222 theater to screen their action/adventure ...
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Immigration dilemma haunts Republicans
Financial Times
But throughout the Republican debates, candidates have competed to display how they would crack down on illegal immigration, through building a large fence along the Mexican border. Some candidates wanted the fence electrified.
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Mexico increases entry fee to $45
The Reporter Belize (blog)
The tax must be paid in Mexican pesos, so it would be advisable to pay in advance of one's departure at any bank in Mexico during working hours. If travelling through the Subteniente Lopez border (Chetumal), the entry fee can be paid at the bank ...
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Arizona Latino leaders, White House officials meet
Tucson Citizen
Latinos played a key role in Obama's election in 2008, in part because Obama promised to swiftly pass immigration reforms that would have provided a path to citizenship for millions of illegal immigrants, the majority of whom come from Mexico and other ...
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Art and Activism in the Desert
Explorer News
Below is information about a forum at St. Philip's In The Hills Episcopal Church that explores border issues. For more information, contact the Rev. Greg Foraker at 299-6421, ext. 44. Place: St. Philip's In The Hills Episcopal Church, La Paz Room With ...
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Celebrate centennial by exploring state
Clovis News Journal
Sitting at this particular computer, I am faced with a map of the northern New Mexico Mountains; the southwestern point is Albuquerque, and the northern border is about ten miles over the Colorado state line. As the map is topographical, it provides a ...
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Disputed coal mine project revived on Texas border
KVUE
by AP AP SAN ANTONIO (AP) -- A two-decade old plan to mine tons of low-quality coal in South Texas for Mexican power plants has been revived. The San Antonio Express-News reports a Texas Railroad Commissioner will begin hearing evidence Monday on an ...
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Writers from around the world offer support to Mexican journalists
Los Angeles Times
On Sunday, writers and journalists from around the world gathered in Mexico City to show solidarity with Mexican news men and women who risk their lives to report on government corruption, drug warfare and violence. Sometimes the enemy is the cartel, ...
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Gunmen Open Fire in Northern Mexico, Leave 8 Dead, 4 Wounded
Hispanically Speaking News
Police in Nuevo Leon, meanwhile, found three bodies in a city outside Monterrey, the state capital and Mexico's most important industrial city. The bodies of three men and a message to a drug cartel were found early Sunday in Cadereyta, ...
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Hispanically Speaking News
Five Die in Shootout in Northern Mexico
Latin American Herald Tribune
The army is carrying out “Operation Northeast” in Tamaulipas, Nuevo Leon, Coahuila and San Luis Potosi states in an effort to weaken the drug cartels that operate in the region. The Gulf drug cartel has been waging a war in northeastern Mexico against ...
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Latin American Herald Tribune
Four Dead, Seven Wounded in Mexico Prison Fight
Latin American Herald Tribune
Members of the Los Aztecas gang, which works for the Juarez drug cartel, fought with rivals from the Mexicles gang, the armed wing of the Sinaloa cartel, with homemade knives, Chihuahua state Attorney General's Office spokesman Carlos Gonzalez said.
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Latin American Herald Tribune
How the US and Canadian economies may impact Mexican tourism market travel ...
eTurboNews
Mexican tourism suffers not only from the current wars ranging in the northern part of the country, but also from the wide-spread (and often true) belief that many Mexican police are either corrupt or associated with drug cartels.
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eTurboNews
US Attorney General Ignites the Race Bomb
theTrumpet.com
2, 2011: “Last year, Mexican law enforcement, neck-deep in a war with drug cartels, noticed a strange trend and started documenting it. The data confirmed their suspicions: An alarming number of guns turning up at violent crime scenes were being traced ...
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15 Arrested in Large Drug Smuggling Investigation Including Albuquerque Fireman
ticklethewire.com
Acquaintances of firefighter Steve Chavez said he was the last guy they'd expect to be involved in a drug ring. Chavez had been with the department for seven years, according to KQRE. The drug ring he was involved in had links to a Mexican cartel, ...
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ticklethewire.com
Funeral directors protest Detroit violence
CBS News
The funeral director shouldn't worry either, the ones that are left will bury the others in shallow graves just like they did in the old days. by guest173 January 29, 2012 11:08 PM EST no way. we don't need to have a Mexican Detroit where drug cartels ...
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Retired LAPD Brass Challenges Obama on Drug Policy
The Atlantic
What do you say to this growing voter constituency that wants more changes to drug policy than you have delivered in your first term? He notes that "we have to go after drug cartels that are causing havoc" on the US-Mexican border.
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The Atlantic
Hackers Targets Mexican Government as Free Speech Debate Intensifies
Mobiledia
Anonymous is particularly active in Mexico, a country trying to find its footing both economically and politically. The collective boldly threatened the powerful Zetas drug cartel in November, and targeted several other government bodies in protest of ...
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Mobiledia
Brit pair deported from US for 'destroy America' tweet
Register
The two then spent the night in jail, where the Mexican drug cartels put Van Bryan on involuntary hunger strike. He explained: "When we arrived at the prison I was shoved in a cell on my own but after an hour two huge Mexican men covered in tattoos ...
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Latina playwright adapts Chekhov play in “El Nogalar”
89.3 KPCC
“El Nogalar” follows a Mexican family's experience as their way of life is threatened by drug cartels. The play is mostly in English, but has bits of Spanish and Spanglish sprinkled in. It's a tragic comedy that examines the choice between adapting to ...
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89.3 KPCC
Mexico , Usa: Joint probe into cocaine shipment to UN headquarters
National Turk English
”This was the work of narcotic traffickers that were trying to ship something into the US and I think their plan must have gone wrong,” one UN official said trying to hide his smile. Mexico and USA support eachother against fight with drug cartels and ...
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National Turk English
The Urbanist's Mexico City: Talking Points
New York Magazine
She recently sparked controversy by publishing an open Twitter letter to the leader of the Sinaloa drug cartel. “Today,” she wrote, “I believe more in [drug lord] El Chapo Guzmán than in the governments that hide all the truths, even if they are ...
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New York Magazine
A California Pelican Bay Prison Story Series on Amazon Kindle by Glenn Langohr ...
PR Web (press release)
Roll Call, a drug war novel by Glenn Langohr is a prison list with a cast of characters that include Mexican drug cartels, Southern California street gangs and Hell's Angels all fighting for their piece of the drug culture.
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PR Web (press release)
Joburg is top of the lethal violence pops
Independent Online
It has been plagued by corruption and the assassination of many police officers amid an onslaught by drug cartels. The violence has forced the residents of Ciudad Juárez to change their daily routine; many now stay home in the evening, and the fear of ...
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Independent Online
NRA Calls for Action to "Stop Obama/Holder Gun Registration Scheme"
Opposing Views
In particular, agency officials wanted guns to fall into Mexican drug cartel hands and be traced back to gun dealers in the US to make a case for requiring the multiple sales reporting. According to CBS, “Emails show they discussed using the sales, ...
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Opposing Views
Mexico loses $50 bln/year in illegal outflows-report
TrustLaw
"This ... could have been used to develop the Mexican economy, to invest in education, to build roads, or to fight the drug cartels." The study said authorities could stamp down on the distortion of trade invoices by using computer software to detect ...
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When Do You Start Counting?
CounterPunch
The same goes for the Koch Brothers, the Tea Party, the minutemen, and the prison and gun industries, not to mention the bankers who launder money made from selling arms to the Mexican cartels. Politicos such as Attorney General Tom Horn and Arizona ...
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Obama "fanatic" threatens to kill Sheriff Arpaio, says arrest report
Examiner.com
The case involving Cox is one of numerous death threats made against Arpaio including several different Mexican drug cartels which have threatened the Sheriff's life and placed a contract nearing $4 million dollars for his execution.
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Escalating battles
World Magazine (subscription)
Mexico has cooperated with the United States in capturing top drug lords such as Marco Antonia Guzman, alleged leader of the Juarez Cartel—but beheadings, a massacre of 72 Mexican migrants, and the discovery of mass graves testify to the cartels' ...
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World Magazine (subscription)
NJ Assembly Considers New Gun Control Bills
The New American
LaPierre told Newsmax, "Thousands of guns would still be going over the border into the Mexican drug cartels and the President and the Attorney General and the Secretary of State would all be running around going, '90 percent of the guns come from ...
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Seven Bodies Found, 15 Killed in Shootings in Western Mexico
Latin American Herald Tribune
Police found two bodies wrapped in blankets along with a message for the Los Zetas drug cartel in San Julian, a town in the Altos de Jalisco region. Three police officers, identified as Sandro Leonel Montalvo, Fernando Jimenez Rangel and Javier Elias ...
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Latin American Herald Tribune
Gingrich's narrowcast Florida campaign swamped by Romney's dollars
Yahoo! News Blogs (blog)
In Miami on Friday, Gingrich told a Latino crowd at the Hispanic Leadership Network conference that Cuba could be free by 2013, that he would step up the battle against Mexican drug cartels and that he would approve statehood to Puerto Rico if the ...
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Yahoo! News Blogs (blog)
Teen Impact: Runner-Up #5
Huffington Post
It is a city torn apart by drug cartels, beheadings, corruption, and fear, yet it stands on the border of America's prosperity. It was Tijuana's pockets of extreme poverty, however, that rattled my core. I toured the facilities of LFUPS and the nearby ...
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Nearly $900 bln in illict financial flows leaves Mexico 1970-2010
TrustLaw
“These illicit flows rob Mexico of much-needed funds to foster economic development, and they reduce the tax revenue the government needs to finance schools, hospitals, infrastructure, poverty alleviation and the fight against the drug cartels,” it ...
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UFC President takes on Anonymous
Herald Sun
Anonymous sympathisers defended their involvement in helping to attack Mexican drug cartels and bring down oppressive governments. Others joined White claiming the hacktivist group and others like it held too much power. “What kind of a p...y wears a ...
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Preventing porn addiction for minors is no child's game
KSL-TV
Topics also included Neighborhood Watch, the debate over legalizing marijuana, new DARE curriculum training and updates on Mexican drug cartels. Tibby Milne, chief executive officer of the Utah Council for Crime Prevention, said about 1000 people ...
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KSL-TV
An interview with crime-fiction luminary Robert Crais
Dallas Morning News (subscription)
I saw news reports about mass graves that were found south of the border in Mexico. At first, it was thought to be drug cartel murders. It turned out that the victims were immigrants coming from Central America and other points, being transported north ...
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Blogs 8 new results for mexican drug cartels
Move Over Mexican Drug Cartels – Feds say Google is the new Illicit ...
By Robin Wilding
Move Over Mexican Drug Cartels – Feds say Google is the new Illicit (pharma) Drug Pusher. About 1 min ago — By Robin Wilding · Tweet this. Before you get worried that Larry Page is prosecuted for large-scale drug trafficking, leading to a ...
Brajeshwar
Tax Justice Network: Mexico Hemorrhages US$872 Billion to Crime ...
By TJN
“$872 billion is gone, which could have been used to develop the Mexican economy, to invest in education, to build roads, or to fight the drug cartels. The negative ramifications are huge for everyday Mexicans.” The study, which was authored ...
Tax Justice Network
Drug gangs as political parties - Teaching Comparative Government ...
By Ken Wedding
Drug gangs as political parties. If the drug cartels are political forces, perhaps as comparativists, we ought to watch them as we watch political parties. Zetas are Mexico's 'largest drug gang', study says. The Zetas cartel has become the biggest ...
Teaching Comparative
Iranian Aircraft Carriers in the Gulf of Mexico « LobeLog.com
By Tom Engelhardt
The primary day-to-day mission of the team, known as the Joint Special Operations Gulf of Mexico Task Force, or JSOG-MTF, is to mentor Mexican military units in the border areas in their war with the deadly drug cartels. The task force ...
LobeLog.com
The Cannabis Question | Providence Prowl
By liztarry
In 2010 alone, 15237 Mexicans were killed by powerful drug cartels. As the marijuana ... This would allow the drug to retail at much reduced prices and in effect remove the Mexican drug cartels from the market share overnight. In writing this ...
Providence Prowl
Methamphetamine Use Appears to be on the Rise, Reports Suggests
By Cassie
Methamphetamine use, which was on the decline until recently, appears to be increasing due to Mexican drug cartels and small U.S. drug producers, the Evansville Courier and Press reports. “Methamphetamine is unique from other illicit ...
Greenup County Health Department Blog
numbers don't lie, liberals do | Attack Machine
By Burt Prelutsky
Or, for that matter, to Attorney General Eric Holder, under whose watch the feds allowed over a thousand weapons to be delivered to Mexican drug cartels and who, for good measure, refused to prosecute the Black Panthers for intimidating ...
Attack Machine
Borderland Beat: Four Dead, Seven Wounded in Juarez Prison Fight
By Chivis
CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico – Four inmates were killed and seven others wounded in a fight involving members of rival gangs at the Aquiles Serdan prison in the northern Mexican state of Chihuahua, state officials said Sunday. Members of the Los Aztecas gang, which works for the Juarez drug cartel, fought with rivals from the Mexicles gang, the armed wing of the Sinaloa cartel, with homemade knives, Chihuahua state Attorney General's Office spokesman Carlos Gonzalez said.
Borderland Beat


Migrant trash piles up at remote US-Mexico border areas
Reuters
The problem was compounded as immigrants and drug traffickers responded to ramped up vigilance on the US-Mexico border by taking increasingly remote routes, leaving more waste behind in out-of-the way and hard-to-clean areas, authorities say.
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Iranian Aircraft Carriers in the Gulf of Mexico
Huffington Post (blog)
(Tehran, FNA) The Fars News Agency has confirmed with the Republican Guard's North American Operations Command that a new elite Iranian commando team is operating in the US-Mexican border region. The primary day-to-day mission of the team, ...
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Border Patrol Base Aims To Thwart Smuggling In New Mexico
Fronteras: The Changing America Desk
A new station designed to address a rise in drug trafficking & illegal immigration is too far from the border to work, some residents say. Grassland in the lower Animas Valley of New Mexico, about nine miles north of the US-Mexico border.
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Tinker Tailor Soldier Kingpin
Newsweek
There are usually just three ways for a trafficker to leave a Mexican drug cartel: go to prison, get killed, or become a government informant. Two weeks ago, I had dinner at an expensive restaurant near the Mexican border with a man who got out by the ...
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Newsweek
On Becoming One of Tucson's Banned Authors
Indian Country Today Media Network.com
It turns out that the Tucson United School District (a city adjoining both the US/Mexico border and that of the Tohono O'odham, Yaqui and several other tribal nations) does not want to discuss Native American or Mexican American history—at least, ...
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Indian Country Today Media Network.com
Camera gives glimpse of life in border state for NMSU researcher
Las Cruces Sun-News
His high-tech instrument: the Nikon camera he always keeps around his neck or on the passenger seat right next to him while out and around the desert Southwest and the US/Mexico border region. "If you are doing good journalism, you are finding ...
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Struggling Mexican vendors head north
Houston Chronicle
Tourism in northern Mexico has been on a steady decline since 9/11, which prompted a clamp-down on border traffic. It's become harder for most Mexicans to get documents to cross to the US side, and a few years back it became a requirement for US and ...
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Lafreniere Park murder case goes to trial Monday
NOLA.com
By Paul Purpura, The Times-Picayune It was a crime that jolted Metairie and eventually reverberated across the United States border into Mexico. On the night of May 22, 2006, Sandra Adams, 51, a real estate agent and grandmother, was walking for ...
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NOLA.com
Mexican National pleads guilty to bribery (4:08 am)
Las Cruces Sun-News
LAS CRUCES - US Attorney Kenneth J. Gonzales announced Gabriela Quintana-Hernandez, 25, of Gomez Farias, Chihuahua, Mexico, pled guilty to an allegation charging her with bribery. Quintana-Hernandez, who has been in federal custody since her arrest on ...
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Gun store owner at heart of NM smuggling case says he is on hunger strike ...
The Republic
AP LAS CRUCES, NM — A jailed New Mexico gun store owner accused of selling weapons that made it into the hands of Mexican cartels says he is on a hunger strike. Ian Garland wrote in a letter to the Las Cruces Sun-News (http://bit.ly/ziqPSz ) that he ...
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Speaker series to explore immigrant experience
Las Cruces Sun-News
On Tuesday, Mora will trace the "ironies and reversals" of the history of the US-Mexico border as the first speaker of a seven-week series at NMSU exploring the experience of immigrants in America. Mora said the experience of Mexican-Americans in the ...
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Mexico: health-care workers on the front line
ICRC (press release)
Over the past three years risks to health-care workers treating the wounded and sick in the Mexican city of Ciudad Juarez have increased. Attacks on facilities and patients have become more common in this city of 1.5 million on the US border, ...
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The Carnage In Mexico: Do We Care?
Huffington Post (blog)
The US has given birth to the killing fields of Mexico. Does that even matter, at all, to those in this country who are in a position do something about it? American drug policy, and our gutless, unreasoned refusal to change it, has caused the epic ...
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Serving up a special treat: Sonoran hot dogs
Tucson Citizen
Known as “hot dogs estilo Sonora,” they are so popular, Sonorenses, as people from that state are called, eat them as often as Mexicans in other states eat tacos. A true crossover hybrid of American and Mexican border culture, Sonoran hot dogs also ...
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President Obama and Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez
The Cutting Edge
These themes continue to resonate as a dominant feature of discussions on US-Latin American relations. He underscored that the decline of illegal crossings over the US-Mexico border was in part due to the fact that his administration “put more boots on ...
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The Cutting Edge
Sydney Leroux and Soccer Without Borders
New York Times (blog)
Sometimes this works out for US Soccer; Edgar Castillo (who appeared several times for Mexico), Fabian Johnson and Timothy Chandler are recent examples. Other times it does not (see Neven Subotic and Andy Najar). Unlike the New Jersey-born Giuseppe ...
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New York Times (blog)
Becoming Cisco
Arizona Daily Sun
He wore almost like a gaucho and Mexican cowboy combined." It took recruiting older professionals in Hollywood who worked on the TV series to figure out what the star actually had worn. "We were sending pictures back and forth," said Florez, ...
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60 Year Old Mexican Woman Gets 20 Years for Meth Trafficking into US
Latin American Herald Tribune
A 60 year old Mexican woman was sentenced to 235 months in prison for her involvement in trafficking methamphetamine into the US from Mexico. BROWNSVILLE, Texas — A Mexican woman was sentenced to 235 months in prison for her involvement in trafficking ...
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Latin American Herald Tribune
Carlos Fuentes: legalise drugs to save Mexico
Telegraph.co.uk
He said: “The drug traffickers are in Mexico, they send the drugs to the US and once they get across the border what happens? We don't know who consumes them. We can't prosecute, we can't defend. It's a very difficult situation for us Mexicans.
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Telegraph.co.uk
Congress Passes Final Giffords Bill to Crack Down on Use of Ultralights by ...
HSToday
Congress rapidly passed a border security bill championed by retired Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.) last week to crack down on drug traffickers who use small low-flying aircraft to smuggle illegal substances across US borders.
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Off-road racing repair on the fly
The Province
Our Baja 1000 adventure began early one Sunday morning as the 7 am shift at the Canada-US Border was setting up. The next border my 19-year-old son Brandon and I would cross would be in the Mexican desert, where we would race across dried up lakebeds, ...
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Town opposed to dump
San Antonio Express
AP Enterprise: La. monkey owners become 'refugees' SAN YGNACIO — Founded by Mexican rancher Jesus Treviño in 1830, San Ygnacio has survived Indian raids, border skirmishes during the Civil War and Mexican Revolution, and the creation of Falcon ...
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Are Cartels, Gangs & Terrorists Destabilizing the Americas?
Mexidata.info
As well, it was clearly militarized enforcement techniques and related strategies that pushed many organized drug cartel insurgents south across Mexico's southern border. These narcoterrorists were pushed into Guatemala and points beyond, ...
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Mexico killings
Independent Online
Tijuana is among the cities hardest hit by violence as Mexico's drug cartels battle for lucrative smuggling routes past the border to supply illegal drug users in the United States. Picture: AP/Guillermo Arias Tijuana (Mexico): Twenty-two people were ...
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Independent Online
Obama Admin. Announces New Regs for Gun Operations in Wake of Fast and Furious
ticklethewire.com
On Friday, the Obama administration announced reforms intended to improve undercover gun trafficking investigations in the wake of a failed operation which let hundreds of guns into the hands of violent criminals along the US-Mexico border.
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ticklethewire.com
Fans say adios to soccer team in Mexico
Toronto Star
... finding black humour in the violence that turned this once-burgeoning border town into the murder capital of the hemisphere. The joke ended late last month as the Mexican Football Federation (FMF) revoked the second-division Club de Fútbol Indios ...
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Colombian President Would Legalize Drugs - if World Does
Fox News
Santos on Saturday participated in this prestigious literary festival along with Mexican author Carlos Funtes and former Nicaraguan Vice President Sergio Ramírez, also a writer, in a seminar entitled "Ideas para un mundo in transicion" (Ideas for a ...
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Santa Rosa activist rallies aid for starving Mexican Indians
Santa Rosa Press Democrat
The report, even though it was false, sparked a humanitarian relief effort by the Mexican Red Cross, nonprofit groups and neighboring states. The relief has reportedly staved off further starvation-related deaths. But generations of isolation and ...
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US Legislative Immigration Update January 30, 2012
Right Side News
On Thursday, a committee in the New Mexico House of Representatives rejected legislation that would help prevent illegal aliens from receiving state driver's licenses. (Associated Press, Jan. 26, 2012) The bill, HB 103, failed on a party-line vote in ...
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Hearing Today For Man Accused Of Killing Pregnant Wife
KGTV San Diego
SAN DIEGO -- A preliminary hearing is scheduled Monday for a man accused of fatally stabbing his pregnant estranged wife, who was a US Customs and Border Protection agent. Jesus Arteaga Garcia, 29, is charged with two counts of murder for the Dec.
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Romney Surges In Run-up to Florida Primary
HispanicBusiness.com
When Ron Paul, a Texas congressman, was asked to comment on the issue, he said some of the measures proposed by his rivals were difficult to implement, and called for focusing on the US-Mexico border instead of on the Middle East.
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HispanicBusiness.com
A friend in Mexico
Globe and Mail
In addition, “Washington is not happy about having to duplicate action plans with Mexico and Canada.” As an example, last month's border agreement between Canada and the US, which was replicated by an agreement between Mexico and the US that, ...
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Globe and Mail
American Wanted on Drug Charges Arrested in Mexico
Latin American Herald Tribune
MEXICO CITY – An American wanted by the US Marshals Service on drug charges was arrested by the Federal Police, the Mexican Public Safety Secretariat said. Christopher Rocco Vigil was detained in Ciudad Juarez, located across the border from El Paso, ...
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Latin American Herald Tribune
Is Now the Time for Canadian ETFs?
TheStreet.com
... a vessel that would have shipped crude from Alberta's oil sands to the Gulf of Mexico. However, on Thursday, Harper described the exporting of Canadian energy as a "national priority" and pledged to fast-track regulatory approval. In contrast, US ...
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TheStreet.com
Coming to America: Mistreatment of immigrants is nothing new
West Hartford News
Camacho said Mexican immigrants are not new to the US population in places like Texas and California, “but they are continually treated as new and foreign.” The lack of a path to citizenship for the 11 million undocumented people in the country also ...
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Friday Night Document Dump Show Eric Holder Was Informed of Border Agent's ...
Big Government
“An email from one official, whose name has been redacted from the document, to now-former Arizona US Attorney Dennis Burke reads: “On December 14, 2010, a BORTAC agent working in the Nogales, AZ AOR was shot. The agent was conducting Border Patrol ...
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Gov. Scott: Latinos like Romney family values
Palm Beach Post
Yet so far the United States Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) have been redundant in not making over-stays or border entry an illegal act–thanks to a Congress that have abused our enforcement laws for years; it is still a simple civil matter.
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Obama the Chicken is Being Plucked
Pravda
There is enough evidence presented to Congress to arrest him and prosecute him for an Act of War against the nation of Mexico, accessory to murder of thousands of innocent citizens in Mexico and America as well as the murder of United States Border ...
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MFN and beyond: Wisdom of neighbourly foreign policy
The Express Tribune
... free movement of goods and people across borders. Then there is the North American Free Trade Agreement of 1992 which was formed to promote free trade, remove tariff and other restrictions among the adjoining countries of Canada, USA, and Mexico.
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The Express Tribune
Election Date Set for Rep. Giffords's Seat
The Epoch Times
... while another 12 were wounded. Giffords, a three-term Democrat, represented District 8, which comprises parts of Tucson, all of Cochise County, and a portion of Santa Cruz County. It also lies near a portion of the US-Mexico border.
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MONDAY, JANUARY 30, MEDIA RELEASE
Newzjunky.com
The arrest was made while the Deputy and Officer from the US Border Patrol were working a detail under Operation Stone Garden. At 5:50 am, Mr. Peterson was further charged with Harassment, Second Degree, a violation, after he reportedly threatened a ...
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Conversation with Nandan Nelivigi, Head of the India practice at White & Case
Bar & Bench
Bar & Bench: Talk us through your experience in assisting Indian companies in cross border transactions? Nandan Nelivigi: White & Case's India Practice spans a number of areas, including M&A and private equity, project finance, capital markets (debt ...
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Santos End Xolos' Unbeaten Streak
Examiner.com
TIJUANA, Mexico – Club Santos Laguna ended Xoloitzcuintles' unbeaten streak 3-1 Sunday at Caliente stadium here during the final game of week 4 of the Clausura 2012. The Laguneros methodically disassembled the Xolos defense to effectively end the Aztec ...
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