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Tag Results for "Mexican News"

Popular Mexican High Priest of Death Cult Arrested on Kidnapping and Extortion Charges

Yesterday, Mexican officials announced the arrest of David Romo, high priest of the death cult ‘Santa Muerte’ also known as Mexico’s Death Saint cult. continue reading »

NARCO BLOG: The Mexican Attorney General’s Office Ups the Reward for the Country’s Most Wanted List

The Mexican Attorney General's office has given a second wind to its rewards campaign; with a budget of more than a thousand million pesos, it plans to locate almost 100 fugitives. continue reading »

Marijuana Mixed Tomatoes Found at Arizona Border Seizure

We’re out here every day working to keep our country and our way of life safe,” said Port Director Guadalupe Ramirez. “As long as the smugglers try to get drugs and other contraband past us, we’ll be here to stop them.” continue reading »

A Major Illegal U.S. Gun Dealer Spilling Mexican Cartel Secrets for a Lenient Sentence

Recently convicted U.S. arms dealer, Christian Garza, received a lenient three-year sentence in exchange for providing key details on the vicious Mexican drug cartel Los Zetas, and the U.S. gun dealers supplying them weapons. continue reading »

2010 Saw 730,000 Jobs Created in Mexico According to President Calderon

Mexican President Felipe Calderon in his New Year message announced the 730,000 jobs were created in the country, the highest number in a decade. continue reading »

NARCO BLOG Police in Morelos Capture Six Men From Arturo Beltrán Leyva’s Organization.

Army elements received anonymous tips warning that in several areas of Zacatepec, Morelos some of Beltrán Leyva's men were performing strange operations. continue reading »

Victims of Violence in Juarez, Mexico Come to U.S. Hospital at High Cost to Locals

More than 3,000 people have been murdered in Ciudad Juarez in 2010 alone and many more wounded. Some of those wounded were able to cross the border into El Paso, continue reading »

2010 Deadliest Year in Mexico

Since Mexican President Felipe Calderon began in 2006 his offensive on the drug cartels that have long plagued the country, 2010 will go down as the deadliest year with 15,000 murders. continue reading »

Separate Attacks in Monterrey Mexico Target Police, Leaving Four Dead and One Doctor Killed

Bold gunmen presumed to be linked to drug cartels killed four Mexican police officers and a doctor in separate but possibly coordinated attackes in Monterrey, Mexico. continue reading »

Decapitated Head Resting on Pillow Found on Streets of Ciudad Juarez

A decapitated head of a male victim was found resting on a pillow yesterday on the streets of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Long deemed the deadliest city in Mexico, this apparent murder was just one of five that occurred Wednesday. continue reading »

Popular San Diego Professor Found Stabbed in His Tijuana, Mexico Apartment

San Diego college professor, Henry Abalyayan Acejo, was found stabbed to death last week according to reports released today by Mexican officials. continue reading »

Conservative Organization Claims Asylum, Refugee Seekers Could Pose Danger to U.S.

According to the conservative group Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), increased asylum and refugee policies will open doors to terrorists and criminals looking to enter the United States. continue reading »

NARCO BLOG: Pancho Villa’s Heir Fighting Drug Cartels in Mexico

A hundred years after the Mexican Revolution, General Villa still battles in Coahuila. Carlos Villa is the great-nephew of Doroteo Arango a.k.a. Pancho Villa, the most charismatic revolutionary, continue reading »

Family of Slain Mexican Mom, Marisela Escobedo,  Hiding Out in U.S.

The family of murdered Mexican mom, Marisela Escobedo, has fled Mexico and is hiding somewhere in the United States, probably in El Paso, Texas. continue reading »

Texas Border Fence Draws Closer to Completion at $748 Million Cost

In Hope Park, Texas, As the final piece of a border fence goes up, many look at it with disgust, and it’s not just immigrant advocates either. The fence at the U.S.-Mexico border was created to keep illegal immigrants out, continue reading »

More Migrant Abducted in Mexico, 50 Kidnapped Last Week Remain Missing

On the heels of last week’s abduction of 50 migrants from Central American in Mexico, there appears to be another kidnapping in the same area, this time of nine migrants. continue reading »

Argentinean Fertility Doctor Who Stole Embryos in U.S. Arrested in Mexico After 15 year Search

Dr Ricardo Asch has been arrested in Mexico after fleeing the U.S. fifteen years after he and another doctor were charged with harvesting eggs and stealing embryos of unsuspecting women being treated at the University of California’s Reproductive Health center. continue reading »

NARCO BLOG:  Horrific Find in Front of Popular Acapulco Bar- Skinned and Dismembered Bodies

Acapulco, a few years ago, used to be in high demand as a vacation spot. Today it is more common to see gun battles and gruesome death scenes. As gruesome discoveries of dead bodies continue reading »

Guatemala Continues Its Crackdown on Mexican Drug Cartels Operating in Its Country

This weekend the Guatemala government captured nearly twenty-two alleged Los Zetas cartel members and confiscated their automatic weapons and small planes in a nationwide sweep. continue reading »

Mexican Soldiers Implicated in Another Killing of Innocent Bystanders, This Time an American

In at least the third case this year, Mexican soldiers have been implicated in killing an innocent bystander; this time it was a 32-year old New York native. Joseph Proctor was living a quiet living in a beach town outside of Acapulco, when he was gunned down by a Mexican army patrol. continue reading »