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NARCO BLOG: “This is What Will Happen to You” is Mssg Left with Two Mutilated Bodies in Acapulco

The Local Police of Acapulco have reported that two bodies were found hanging from a bridge in the town of Tunzingo, on the Federal Highway National Pinotepa Acapulco. One body hung on each side of the bridge. The bodies had been maimed, decapitated and skinned, with no arms and feet. continue reading »

NARCO BLOG: Four Policeman Gunned Down in Ciudad Juarez

An armed commando ambushed four members of the Municipal Police in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua Saturday.Roman Hernandez Montes, Eloy Gutierrez Guadalupe Mejía, Andrés Gutiérrez Lucero, and Hernández Martha Vein are reported as killed while another officer was in the hospital listed under “serious condition.” continue reading »

NARCO BLOG: MX Judge Acquits the Queen of the Pacific- But US Awaits Extradition (VIDEO)

Sandra Avila Beltran, alias "the Queen of the Pacific," allegedly Mexico's most famous woman drug trafficker, was acquitted of drug trafficking charges Friday by a federal judge in Mexico City due to a lack of evidence. continue reading »

NARCO BLOG: “The Professor” of the Zeta Cartel arrested in Hidalgo (VIDEO)

Eduardo Ramírez Valencia, alias “The Professor” was arrested on Wednesday along with an alleged accomplice. Fedds hope this arrest will cripple the Zetas in Hidalgo - about 100 miles north of Mexico City. continue reading »

Narco Blogger’s After-Math Images from Mexican Military Assault on Suspected Criminals (WARNING)

The Narco Blogger has obtained several images from a fierce military operation in Nuevo Leon, Mexico. All killed are not identified nor is the military operation known. continue reading »

More Ranchers Forced Off their Property in Tamaulipas By Gangs (VIDEO)

Ranchers are being forced to abandon their farms in fear of being Drug Cartels next victim. They do not want to suffer the same fate as Alejo Garza Tamez, Who died last November 13th when he was forced to surrender his ranch to the armed bandits. continue reading »

Ranch Owner Given 24 hours to Surrender Home or Face Consequences, Kills 4 Gunmen Before He Dies

77-year-old Don Alejo Garza Tamez barricaded himself in his ranch and refused to surrender his home to the armed gunman who demanded it on November 13. When police arrived on the scene they found a house destroyed by gunfire and grenades. continue reading »

Former Director of Civil Protection Murdered in Sinaloa

Cirilo Martinez Garcia, got out of his vehicle to buy cigarettes in a store, when he was intercepted by an armed group and murdered. Garcia left his job 3 years ago as the Director of Civil Protection in area of Navolato, Sinaloa . continue reading »

Narco Blogger Reports:Mexico Auctions Off Narco-Bling and Raises 6.5 Million

Jewelry, trucks, aircraft and wines seized from Drug Lords were auctioned by the Government of Mexico and raised 6.4 million after two days. Friday, the Department of Administration and Disposal of Assets (SAE) confirmed continue reading »

33 Police Arrested for Working to Aid Drug Traffickers

Thirty-three municipal police officers, 14 in Aguascalientes, and 19 in Chiapas, were arrested yesterday by ministerial officials and state and Army soldiers for their alleged links with organized crime groups. continue reading »

Founding Member of Los Zetas “Z-18” Arrested in Puebla

The Attorney General for the Republic (PGR) confirmed that Gonzalo Ceresano Escribano, alias “Z-18” and/or “El Cuije”, was detained in Puebla . He is considered to be one of the founding members of “Los Zetas” and boss of the plaza in Puebla. continue reading »

US Authorities Pressing to have Texas Born “La Barbie” Extradited

A federal judge in Mexico has lifted an apprehension order and is allowing the extradition process to move forward against Edgar Valdez Villarreal, one of the principal leaders in the Beltran Leyva cartel who was captured on 8/30/10. continue reading »

Gabriel Garcia Carballo, Known as the Arab leader of Los Zetas In Tabasco Was Killed in a Shootout

The Tabasco State Police on Friday tried to capture Gabriel Garcia Carballo. He is known as the Arab leader of Los Zetas In that area and was killed in the clash. continue reading »

Investigation confirmed for alleged links with drug traffickers to Los Tucanes de Tijuana

The Mexican Secretary of Public Safety, Leyzaola Julian Perez, confirmed a criminal investigation against members of Los Tucanes de Tijuana and their Representative, Mario Quintero, into alleged continue reading »

Narco Booty Auction Begins-All sales to respect buyer’s privacy!

Thursdays auction drew a crowd of more than 700 people. Up for auction was the jewelry seized from organized crime. The auction is being held at the “Mexico City Hotel.” continue reading »

Shooting in Tampico Tampaulipis

Residents of the city of Tampico, Tamaulipas, report a shooting incident on Thursday that spanned several hours Residents are frustrated by the indifference of the media. continue reading »

Shooting in a stretch of highway in Jalisco and Tepetongo Colotlán in Zacatecas: Seven Dead

At least seven criminals were killed and five late-model trucks completely destroyed and burnt by bursts of machine gun fire and grenade launchers, as the result of a shootout continue reading »

The U.S. military enters Mexico to patrol Ciudad Juarez

U.S. Army troops have arrived in Ciudad Juarez in the Mexican state of Chihuahua (north) to combat organized crime . They are working with local authorities to aid in intelligence work said Wednesday the state government's general secretary, Carlos Silveyra Saito. continue reading »