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Blog del Narco: Man Shot and Left with Icepick Holding Narco Message in Neza City ( Picture Warning)

A man was shot and executed on the streets dehualcóyotl; with a Narco message nailed to his chest with an ice pick. Two others were shot in the head and taken in serious health condition to the hospital Gustavo Baz. According to initial investigations the attack is presumably related to a vendetta between drug traffickers. continue reading »

HSBC Accused of Laundering Mexican Cartel Money for Seven Years

British Bank HSBC is facing reports the international bank laundered billions of narco dollars through its U.S. banking network. The allegations surfaced during a U.S. Senate investigation continue reading »

Blog del Narco: Violence Continues in Guerrero - 2 Men Found Tortured and Executed ( PHOTO WARNING)

The bodies of two men with gunshot wounds and signs of torture were found yesterday morning, at the Iguala-Teloloapan road to the bridge to Cocula. With the remains were found pieces of cardboard with Narco messages- or threatening slogans. continue reading »

HSBC Accused of Laundering Mexican Cartel Money for Seven Years

British Bank HSBC is facing reports the international bank laundered billions of narco dollars through its U.S. banking network. The allegations surfaced during a U.S. Senate investigation continue reading »

EXTREME TRAFFICKING:  857 Pounds of Pot on Mexico-to-U.S. Passenger Bus

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers working at the El Paso port of entry seized 857 pounds of marijuana Friday. The drugs were concealed in a passenger bus which entered the U.S. from Mexico at the Bridge of the Americas international crossing. continue reading »

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Launches New Video Highlighting Organized Crime

Transnational organized crime is a global concern. Generating around US$ 870 billion a year, organized criminal networks profit from the sale of illegal goods wherever there is a demand and represent a threat to peace, human security and prosperity. continue reading »

Blog del Narco: Rival Cartels in Shootout- 4 Killed, 6 Injured

Rival Cartels met up at a Taco restaurant on Saturday night in an ambush. Four people were killed and six others were injured at about seven o'clock on Saturday in the restaurant. Several armed men came to the restaurant and without saying a word opened fire with heavy weapons, killing Leopoldo González Avilés (a) Polo, 33 years old, identified as the leader continue reading »

One of America’s Most Wanted Captured Working in Cancun Airport after 24-Years Eluding Authorities

U.S. Marshals 15 Most Wanted fugitive Vincent Legrend Walters, age 45, has been captured in Cancun, Mexico, after nearly 24 years on the run. continue reading »

Anonymous Tip Leads to Arrest of Mexico City Airport Shooting Suspect

Felipe Lugo de Leon, one of the Federal Police officers wanted in connection with the shooting at the Mexico City airport last month that left three fellow officers dead, was arrested on Sunday, the Public Safety Secretariat said. continue reading »

PARADOX:  Bolivia Has Less Coca Plantations but Producing More Cocaine

The U.S. government confirmed that Bolivia has fewer coca plantations but it is producing more cocaine because drug traffickers are using a more "efficient" process known as the "Colombian method," according to an interview published Sunday in the daily Pagina Siete. continue reading »

Blog del Narco: Passenger Shot on Bus (Photo Warning)

Yesterday, at approximately 7:45 pm the bus line Urban and Sub Urban Bus GAMJU Inc. made its tour of the Pantheon called "New Dawn" at the Colonia La Moderna, of this city of Tuxtepec , Oaxaca Pinacho municipal agency. A male passenger shot a second male passenger who was sitting in seat number 30, with a firearm. continue reading »

Discovered Narco Tunnel has Shrine “Patron Saint” of Drug Cartel

The small, makeshift altar honoring Jesus Malverde and also containing images of the Virgin of Guadalupe (Mexico's patron saint) and Jesus Christ, as well as some Mexican coins, was located inside a "narcotunnel" discovered Thursday night on the northeast side of Tijuana, just across the border from San Diego. continue reading »

Blog del Narco: Founder of La Familia Drug Cartel Revered Like Saint

Nazario Moreno Gonzalez, of the La Familia Cartel, following in the footstep of Jesus Malverde, the saint of the narcos. Nazario Moreno Gonzalez, founder of La Familia cartel, is revered in Michoacan like a saint. In the region of Apatzingan the capo, whom his followers called El Chayo, prayers are addressed to him as Saint-Nazaire. The photo of one of the altars was exhibited publicly in the book written about the Knights Templar, which continue reading »

Blog del Narco: Seven Decapitated Bodies Left in Morelos

Seven decapitated bodies were found Thursday in the central Mexican town of Jojutla, the Morelos state Attorney General's Office said. The bodies were inside a pick-up truck abandoned next to a gas station, while the severed heads were left nearby. continue reading »

More Narco Tunnels Found Near U.S. Mexico Border

Mexico's army said it discovered two "narcotunnels" in less than 24 hours on the northeast side of Tijuana, a hardscrabble metropolis located across the border from San Diego. continue reading »

Blog del Narco: After Second Bombing, Newspaper Agrees to Not Publish Cartel Violence

Tuesday, July 10, 2012, a bomb, and a grenade exploded outside the premises of the newspaper El Mañana in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico. Fortunately, no employee or passerby’s were injured. The incident occurred at 6:19 am. continue reading »

Blog del Narco: Hit Men Execute Three at Party in Taxco, Guerrero (PHOTO WARNING)

Three men were killed when an armed group burst into a party in the city of Taxco while wounding several others during an attack early yesterday morning. The incident took place in the 57 Consitución Street neighborhood of San Miguel, between 12:30 and 1:30 am on Monday continue reading »

HSN Narco News: Five High Ranking Members of El Chap’s Cartel Arrested

Five enforcers for the Sinaloa drug cartel were arrested this week in the central state of Durango, Mexico's federal Public Safety Department said Wednesday. Juan David Alejandro Mendez Arizpe, 25, and Sergio Gael Rosales Palacios, 18, are accused of organizing kidnappings and murders on behalf of the cartel. continue reading »

EXTREME TRAFFICKING:  Heroin Found in Shipment of Flowers from Colombia

Last week U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers at Miami International Airport seized .25 Kg of Heroin found in a cargo of flowers. The seizure took place during a routine examination of cargo coming from Bogota, Colombia. continue reading »

Blog del Narco: Top Operator of El Chapo Arrested in Chihuahua

An associate of Sinaloa drug cartel boss Joaquin "El Chapo" (Shorty) Guzman was arrested by the Chihuahua state police in Ciudad Juarez, a border city in northern Mexico, prosecutors told Efe. Fernando Arellano Romero was captured on Monday night and without any shots being fired, a Chihuahua Attorney General's Office spokesman said. continue reading »