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
At dawn today, an armed commando pulled up in front of the Mayor’s Office in Gral. Teran Nuevo Leon and opened fire. continue reading »
Monterrey, Mexico awoke with a terrible discovery in the last days of 2010, Tamez Gabriela Muniz, known as the Redhead or ‘Pelirroja’ appeared around 6:30 in the morning hanging from a bridge on the busy Avenida Gonzalitos. continue reading »
In front of dozens of people in broad daylight, a former police officer was killed in a gunfire assault in the parking lot of a Wal Mart, the attack also left a child dead at the scene. continue reading »
NARCO BLOG: Drug Cartel Declares War on Guatemala, Accuses President Colom of Being on Their Payroll
Members of the drug cartel Los Zetas have threatened to launch a war against the armed forces and people of Guatemala if the government continues with the operations that began a week ago in the northern of the country. continue reading »
Two students that were driving a pickup truck were executed by gunmen who after the facts doused their bodies with gasoline and threw a molotov cocktail at their vehicle. continue reading »
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 »
This week throughout key avenues of the city of Morelia, Mexico men distributed fliers authored by the Familia Michoacana, where they wanted to wish the general public a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. continue reading »
There have been numerous protests throughout the Ciuad Juarez, against the killing of activist Marisela Escobedo yet no one was expecting repercussions from supporting her in death. Nobody thought that the fate of Alfonso Pérez Domínguez would be affected by his support for Marisela. continue reading »
Eugenio Hernandez, governor of the state of Tamaulipas announced that the Attorney General's Office has identified the 41 guards that collaborated with the 151 inmates from a prison that escaped, in his state. continue reading »
Several bags of human remains were abandoned in the Colonia Miravalle, in Guadalajara, Mexico the Narco Blog is reporting. continue reading »
Eight of the twelve main suppliers of arms to the violent drug cartels in Mexico are located in Texas, according to year-long research conducted by the Washington Post. continue reading »
In an unprecedented event, on Sunday citizens of the Apatzingan community expressed support for La Familia drug cartel by organizing a march. In recent days life has become so dangerous in Apatzingan that continue reading »
It had been reported that during the clashes in Michoacan, one of the leader of Familia Michoacana had been shot dead, authorities are now confirming that it was Nazario González Moreno, continue reading »
This year, the Citizen Council for Public Safety received 6,311 calls from alleged members from the "Zetas", an armed group of Gulf Cartel. continue reading »
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 »