El Blog del Narco
Blog del Narco has emerged as the premiere source for Mexico’s Narco News with about 3 million unique visits per month. Mexico has become one of the most dangerous countries in the world for freedom of the press. Many reporters have been executed or kidnapped. For his own safety, the author of Blog del Narco has maintained his/her anonymity by only letting two people (whom are very close to him) know his identity. It is a source of great curiosity how Narco Blog gets the stories and the pictures often well before traditional outlets.
The Blog has been recognized by CNN, Univision, LaJornada, Milenio.com to mention only a few.
"We decided to tell people what is actually happening and tell the stories exactly as they happen, without alteration or modifications of convenience," its author tells Boing Boing. "The main goal of the blog is to help Mexican people to take all necessary measures against the insecurity."
Blog Entries by El Blog del Narco
Four women from the same family were murdered and two children were wounded by unidentified gunmen in a community in eastern Guatemala on Sunday, police said. continue reading »
After blankets appeared this week in different points of Morelia, the authorities revealed that the Cartel has accepted the truce proposed by the activist. continue reading »
Officials have confirmed yet another execution is recorded in Atoyac de Alvarez, Guerrerro. A man was found with his hands tied behind his back, and had his skull shattered by bullets. continue reading »
A drug addict was executed for not paying his dealer and his body was found in the river located between the suburbs and Ocopulco Chimalpa in Chiautla municipality, State of Mexico. continue reading »
Marines seized three rifles, six ammunition clips, 180 rounds of ammunition, five fragmentation grenades and three vehicles from the suspects. All of the suspects were flown to Mexico City and handed over to the Siedo organized crime unit of the Attorney General's Office last Saturday, the secretariat said. continue reading »
Sunday night, a seller of hot dogs was killed by an armed group of criminals in the city of Monterrey, Nuevo Leon. The shooting took place opposite the famous Metro station Cuauhtemoc, where dozens of people observed an armed group approach the vendor, kill him then run. continue reading »
A suspected member of the Los Zetas drug cartel wanted for kidnappings in Mexico has been deported by U.S. authorities, the Attorney General's Office said. Alfonso Donis Ruiz was arrested on Oct. 17 in Bedford, Texas, by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE. continue reading »
A man was found tortured, strangled, and run over on the side of the Lombardy Free Uruapan in Michoacan. continue reading »
Police of Naucalpan, Mexico State discovered a dead body in an abandoned car. continue reading »
A dismembered man was located on the side of a motorway in the state of Mexico. continue reading »
A body was found floating down the Rio Salando in Oaxaca this past Wednesday continue reading »
In the city of Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, this week just outside of a bar against the backdrop of the downtown area a cold blooded murder occurred. continue reading »
Suspected cartel hit men shot and killed eight people in three separate incidents in the southwestern Mexican state of Michoacan, officials said. The victims included Abel Estrada Avila, former police chief of the town of Vista Hermosa, who was killed along with another man inside his home by a group of men armed with assault rifles, the state Attorney General's Office said Wednesday. continue reading »
The Mexican Army's ground surveillance conducted near the town of Chapala, in the municipality of Cosala, Sinaloa, discovered a Narco laboratory that was hidden in the grass. Authorities confiscated the laboratory and made a major drug seizure. continue reading »
Two workers at Mexican business daily El Financiero have gone missing in the central state of Zacatecas, the newspaper's deputy general manager said."This incident pains all of us who work at El Financiero," Rogelio Cardenas said on Twitter. continue reading »