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Tag Results for "Mexico Drug War"

U.S. Anti-Drug Aid to Mexico is Part of “Shared Responsibility for the War on Drugs”

U.S. assistance to Mexico's battle against drug cartels "is not a handout" but rather an alliance against organized crime, Washington's envoy here said upon delivering a fourth Blackhawk helicopter as part of the Merida Initiative. continue reading »

Ambulance Ambushed in Mexico, Paramedics and Patients Shot and Killed

An ambulance in Mexico was ambushed in Ciudad Juarez on Wednesday and all people inside the emergency vehicle were killed say police. It is being reported that unidentified continue reading »

Rights Groups in Mexico Say Country’s Cops and Soldiers Guilty of Numerous Abuses

Mexican President Felipe Calderon pledged to look "one by one" at cases of alleged military and police abuse documented by Human Rights Watch, the organization's Americas director said. continue reading »

Anonymous Says It Has 25,000 Narco Emails that Will Unveil Zeta Collaborators (VIDEO)

Barret Brown said the hacktivist group has examined 25,000 stolen Mexican Government documents to compile a list of at least 75 zeta collaborators. continue reading »

Mexico’s Drug War has Many Looking to Wizards, Witches and Warlocks for Protection

For many in Mexico, protection from the drug cartels can no longer be expected from local law enforcement or federal soldiers, so they have looked to other avenues for protection, sorcery. continue reading »

Texas Sheriff Says Shootout Was “Spill Over” of Mexico’s Drug Violence

After a shootout left a deputy seriously injured and a Mexican man dead, the local county sheriff is saying it was linked to a nearby dispute involving the Gulf Cartel, one of Mexico’s largest drug trafficking gangs. continue reading »

Mexico’s Drug War Felt Deepest by Narco Orphans

With Mexican authorities still fighting the country’s ever-growing drug cartels, it would seem those that have suffered the most are the children, many of them orphans. For some, their parents’ deaths were not at the hands of the narcos, because their fallen parents were the narcos. continue reading »

Anonymous vs Zetas Epic Battle Becomes Twitter Official - #OpCartel

Only four days remain until the November 5, d-day in this strange war between the Zeta narcos and internet ghosts Anonymous. continue reading »

WATCH ‘Anonymous’ Sends Video to the Zetas Cartel (VIDEO)

‘Anonymous’ says they will release information of Mexican cops, businesses and journalists that are connected with the Zetas cartel, if the thugs don’t release a kidnapped hacker. continue reading »

Narco Bullet Proofing Auto Shop Raided by Mexican Authorities

Mexican authorities have arrested a number of people at an auto shop in the state of Sinaloa, known to bulletproof vehicles used by drug cartels. The Su continue reading »

Former Monterrey Mayor Arrested in Connection to Casino Royale Fire Started by Los Zetas

Adalberto Madero, former Mayor of Monterrey, Mexico, has been arrested in connection with the fire at the Casino Royale in August that killed 52 people. continue reading »

Mexico: Corrupt Police Allow Prisoners to Keep Kidnap Victims in Jail, 32 Bodies Found in Veracruz

Officials are saying that a number of officers at northern Mexico prisons allowed members of Los Zetas drug cartel to hold their kidnap victims in the local jails while they awaited the ransom payments from the victims' families continue reading »

Mexican Drug Lords Complain U.S. Prison Conditions are Causing Psychological Harm

Detained Mexican drug lords are reportedly upset with the conditions of the U.S. prisons they are being held in, saying the unnecessarily harsh conditions may be causing them physical and psychological harm. continue reading »

Carlos Slim Helú Asked How he Would Fix the Economy

The world’s richest man, Carlos Slim Helú, believes he knows how to fix the U.S. economy, and in a recent interview with journalist Lloyd Grove he shared his insight. continue reading »

Young Beauty Queen Wife of Fugitive Drug Lord ‘El Chapo’ Guzman Gives Birth to Twins in US Hospital

The young wife of Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman has given birth to twins, delivering the children in a California hospital on August 15. continue reading »

Zoos Having Trouble Accommodating Animals Confiscated from Mexican Drug Lords

After authorities captured a leader of the Sinaloa drug cartel, Jesus "The King" Zambada, his exotic animals were confiscated, many sent to Mexico’s zoos, but these zoos are having trouble taking care of the sudden inc continue reading »

Rocket Launcher, C-4 Found in Bag Near U.S.-Mexico Border

Tuesday, U.S. Border Patrol agents found several high-powered weapons, including a rocket launcher near the Rio Grande on the U.S. side of the U.S.-Mexico border. continue reading »

Amidst Fears of Being Kidnapped, Mexicans Turning to Human Tracking Implants “Just in Case”

With travel through Mexico seemingly more dangerous than ever, and kidnappings at a high, many are looking for ways to keep an eye on those making the trek across the country. continue reading »

Trafficker Claims Gov. Allowed Sinaloa Cartel to Bring Drugs into U.S.

It is being reported that the federal government may have allowed tons of cocaine into the United States in exchange for information on rivals of the Sinaloa drug cartel. continue reading »

“El Ponchis” Trial Begins, Teen Assassin Faces Only 3 Years in Jail for Gruesome Murders

The trial for the now 15-year-old alleged assassin known as “El Ponchis” began Monday. The young man is on trial in Mexico for murder, kidnapping, drug dealing, and weapons possession. continue reading »