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To Control Drugs- We Must Revisit Border Control (VIDEO)

Former DEA Supervisor Anthony Coulson says the supply of drugs from Mexico is increasing. 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 »

Another Murder Victim by Narcos in Mexico Linked to Use of Social Media

The decapitation murder of Marisol Macias Castañeda is being linked to her web postings on a social network in Mexico making it the third such killing. continue reading »

47 Charged in Puerto Rico for Operating Major Heroin, Crack, Oxycodone & Xanax Ring

On September 21, 2011, a federal grand jury indicted 47 individuals as a result of an investigation led by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Puerto Rico Police Department (PRPD)-Bayamón Strike Force, announced the United States Attorney Rosa Emilia Rodríguez-Vélez. continue reading »

Narco Blog: Chihuahua Confrontation causes Grito Ceremony to be Cancelled(Explicit Photos)

This week saw a clash between Drug Cartel criminals and the Mexican Army, specifically the 66 Infantry Battalion in Ciudad Delicias, Chihuahua. continue reading »

Rush Hour Traffic in Mexico Comes to Stand Still When 35 Bodies Dumped on Highway

Rush hour traffic near downtown Boca del Rio in the state of Veracruz came to a halt when bold narcos dumped 35 dead bodies in a highway underpass. continue reading »

Routine Border Patrol Check Results in 330 lbs of Cocaine in Tractor Trailer, $4 Million in Value

U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to the Interstate 8 checkpoint near Pine Valley arrested a lawfully admitted permanent resident for smuggling more than 330 pounds of cocaine in a tractor trailer yesterday. continue reading »

Mexico’s Caravan of Peace Faces Threats and Security Issues as It Approaches Mexico City

The Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity (MPJD), led by the poet Javier Sicilia, has asked the authorities to ensure the safety of activists that give life to the Caravan of Peace, which has traveled to South Mexico and today will reach the capital. continue reading »

Panama Spends $250 Million on Coastal Radar System to Stem Drug Trafficking

Panama’s Vice Minister of Public Safety has announced the country spent $250 million to stem drug trafficking in the country and to specifically avoid having the drugs enter Panama’s borders. continue reading »

Narco Censorship:  First-Ever Threat to Social Media Users Issued in Mexico

The Zetas and other narco traffickers in Mexico have used every threat known to man and have threatened about every demographic in Mexico from priests to journalists. Now apparently Los Zetas have issued a bloody and horrific threat to people using social network mediums like Facebook and Twitter. continue reading »

First Woman Zeta Leader Arrested by Mexican Marines - HS News Narco Blog

The first woman leader of a Zeta operation has been arrested by the Mexican marines in Monterrey, Mexico according to the Navy Secretariat. Mireya Moreno Carreon is believed to have run the drug operations in the province of San Nicolas de Los Garza, which is situation within Monterrey in the state of Nuevo Leon. continue reading »

Coked Up Clams Found in Luggage of El Salvadoran Man at Dulles Airport

Customs and Border Protection at the Washington Dulles International Airport call it “one of the oddest we’ve seen” referring to coked up clams found in a passengers luggage. continue reading »

Fewer Than Half of Mexicans See Progress in Drug War, 29% Think Govt. is Loosing Ground

As the death toll continues to rise in Mexico's drug war, a new survey by Pew Research Center's Global Attitudes Project finds that fewer than half (45%) of Mexicans say their government is making progress in its campaign against drug cartels; 29% say the government is losing ground and 25% say things are about the same as they have been in the pa continue reading »

Relocate or Die: Mexican Entrepreneurs Migrate to the Interior Fleeing Violence, Insecurity

Edgar N. ran a profitable business in the state of Michoacán during most of his adult life, but after falling victim to extortion by local organized crime groups five years ago, he closed his export business and relocated to the state of Querétaro. continue reading »

12 Pounds of Cocaine Found Inside Plane at JFK Arriving from Colombia

This flight was not showing the film “Snakes on a Plane”, but rather had cocaine hidden within the aircraft frame. continue reading »

5 Arrested in Casino Royale Firebombing in Mexico, More Suspects Sought

The government of the state of Nuevo Leon is announcing the arrest of five suspects in the firebombing of the Casino Royale in Monterrey, Mexico. The police have yet to site a motive and continue to search for other suspects. continue reading »

Three Arrested in First Ever Twitter Terrorism “For Each Zeta Killed a Child Will Die”

Mexican authorities have arrested three men in the first ever Tweet terrorism case over the weekend. The three men were arrested in the state of Veracruz for tweeting about attacks that the vicious drug cartel Zetas would be carrying out. continue reading »

Another Mass Grave Found Near Mexico City, Contains Bodies of Missing Police Officials

An anonymous letter led Mexican authorities to a mass grave in the State of Mexico in the municipality of Zinacantepec near Mexico City. Thus far the police have recovered five bodies but they are expecting to find up to 23 or more. continue reading »

Firebombing Massacre at Casino Royale in Mexico Prompts U.S. Reaction

As the investigation continues into the firebombing at Monterrey, Mexico's Casino Royale the audacity of the crime has prompted a response from the U.S. and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. This is one of the few times that the U.S. has issued a response to a specific act of violence in Mexico. Nonetheless, U.S. felt it was necessary to reassert its' solidarity to Mexico and commitment as a crime-fighting partner. continue reading »

Dominican Female Narco Uses Pregnancies & Breastfeeding as Her Get Out of Jail Card–17 Times

Elena Tonton Simon has the most drug arrests on record in the Dominican Republic yet she has not seen a lot of prison time thanks to her pregnancies and breastfeeding practices. continue reading »