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Old March 14th, 2010 #1
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Default #1 Mexico Thread (formerly cartel thread)

3 people associated with U.S. consulate killed in Mexico


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(CNN) -- Three people connected to the U.S. consulate in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, were killed in a drive-by shooting in the violent border city, a senior White House official told CNN Sunday.
One of the victims was an American employee at the consulate. Her husband and the husband of a Mexican employee of the consulate were also killed. The shooting happened Saturday afternoon, the official said.
Details of the killings were not immediately available, but the news had reached the White House.
http://www.cnn.com/2010/WORLD/americ...nce/index.html

Mexican military copter over U.S. neighborhood


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BROWNSVILLE — The Zapata County sheriff Thursday was questioning why a Mexican military helicopter was hovering over homes on the Texas side of the Rio Grande.
It was one of the more jarring incidents of the fourth week of border tensions sparked by drug killings, and rumors of such killings, in the Mexican state of Tamaulipas.
Sheriff Sigifredo Gonzalez said he'd reviewed photos of the chopper flown by armed personnel Tuesday over a residential area known as Falcon Heights-Falcon Village near the binational Falcon Lake, just south of the Starr-Zapata county line. He said the helicopter appeared to have the insignia of the Mexican navy.
“It's always been said that the Mexican military does in fact ... that there have been incursions,” Gonzalez said. “But this is not New Mexico or Arizona. Here we've got a river; there's a boundary line. And then of course having Falcon Lake, Falcon Dam, it's a lot wider. It's not just a trickle of a river, it's an actual dam. You know where the boundary's at.”
The sighting came amid ongoing fighting between the Gulf Cartel and its former enforcers, Los Zetas. The mounting death toll and crisis of fear in cities across from the Texas border have drawn global attention, as has a news blackout in affected cities due to the kidnappings of eight Mexican journalists, at least one of whom was killed.
As violence continued Thursday with a highway shootout in Tamaulipas, a Senate subcommittee in Washington heard testimony that drug cartels are trying to infiltrate U.S. agencies along the border, with corruption cases among Homeland Security personnel on the rise.
In the past two years, there have been 400 public corruption cases involving federal, state and local law enforcement agents originating from the Southwest border region, Kevin Perkins, FBI assistant director for criminal investigations, told the Senate Homeland Security subcommittee on preparedness.
James Tomsheck, a U.S. Customs and Border Protection assistant commissioner, told the panel the drug cartels operating in Mexico are making a concerted effort to infiltrate CBP, and the agency is responding with more screening of job applicants with polygraph tests and background investigations. Corruption cases were opened last year on 576 CBP officers and Border Patrol agents.
In addition to the highway battle, news from Tamaulipas on Thursday included a 25-year-old man found dead on a roadside in Miguel Alemán. On Wednesday, three people died in one or two gun battles in Reynosa.
Four other deaths have been reported since Saturday in the cities of Mier, Camargo and Miguel Alemán.
Wednesday's confirmed confrontations in Reynosa included an evening run-in between elements of the ministry of defense and armed civilians and a battle between drug factions that lasted for hours. One woman was injured during a skirmish Tuesday between federal officials and drug operatives.
A military operation Wednesday in Reynosa reportedly resulted in the wounding and arrest of a man identified by witnesses as a former engineer for Pemex, the government oil monopoly. The witnesses told the Mexican newspaper El Universal that an attempt by army soldiers to stop his late-model white Suburban escalated into a pursuit with gunfire. More than 100 soldiers closed off neighborhood streets as part of the operation.
Gonzalez, the Zapata sheriff, said he couldn't confirm reports that the helicopter was scoping out the home of a drug criminal. He said the incursion about a mile over the border took place over a neighborhood populated by many U.S. Customs officers who work at area border crossings — and that they knew what they were seeing.
“My understanding is the U.S. military were informed,” he said. “I don't know what action was taken, if any.”
http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/sta...r_US_home.html

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Thirteen people have been killed in an outbreak of drug-related violence in the southern Mexican beach resort of Acapulco, officials have said.
Five of the dead were police officers whose patrol was machine gunned.
Eight other bullet-riddled bodies were discovered in different areas around the city - four had been beheaded.
Acapulco is one of Mexico's biggest tourist resorts, but in recent years it has been the scene of bloody turf wars between rival drug cartels.
In June, 18 people were killed in a shootout between drug gangs and soldiers in the city, which is home to about 600,000 people.




The latest bloodshed could not have come at a worse time: it is a holiday weekend in Mexico and the start of the spring break, which brings a surge of American visitors.
At least two of the decapitated victims were dumped close to the centre of Acapulco, on a highway popular with tourists for its scenic views.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/8566557.stm
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Old March 14th, 2010 #2
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The latest bloodshed could not have come at a worse time: it is a holiday weekend in Mexico and the start of the spring break, which brings a surge of American visitors.
It must be incredibly fun to have a spring break in a violent third world country. Wow, the kidnappings, the rapes, the shootings, the dysentery...that's what I call a vacation.
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Not much has changed. Different scenarios, same behaviors.


BTW if you haven't seen this movie those two guys behind him were chasing him down to murder him and cut him into little chunks when the white men showed up.
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The Zapata County sheriff Thursday was questioning why a Mexican military helicopter was hovering over homes on the Texas side of the Rio Grande. It was one of the more jarring incidents of the fourth week of border tensions sparked by drug killings, and rumors of such killings, in the Mexican state of Tamaulipas.
I'm telling you, this is exactly what Tom Chittum predicted over ten years ago. We're officially on the road to Civil War II, folks. The Mexicans in Mexico proper will side with their co-ethnics here in the States.
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Chittum's book is great. Anyone that hasn't read it can jewgle it and find it as a pdf. As I recall, he actually predicted that Mexico would become a narco-state.
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Chittum's book is great.
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As I recall, he actually predicted that Mexico would become a narco-state.
Yep. The guy's a damn prophet, for Pete's sake. And what's especially interesting is that Chittum isn't even a White nationalist. He's just a student of history.

Anyone at this forum who hasn't read Civil War II should do so immediately.
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And I thought "heads will roll" was only a figure of speech. Lol!
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This can't be happening in Mexico, muzzies are the only ones who behead people. Remember the stinking republicans have been telling us for years that Mexicans are hard working people with strong family values. They just come here "to do the jobs Americans wont do," and take care of their families!
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I'm telling you, this is exactly what Tom Chittum predicted over ten years ago. We're officially on the road to Civil War II, folks. The Mexicans in Mexico proper will side with their co-ethnics here in the States.
Yes. The problem is that US elites already consider Mexico a de facto part of the union from an economic standpoint; cheap labor of course, plus votes, plus probably a lot illicit money besides from the cartels (the government is known to take money from any and all donors and drugs is BIG BIG MONEY). Never mind that there's a war spilling over into our formerly sovereign country, leave the proles to fend for themselves!

Anyone who thinks the NAU is a "conspiracy theory" would do well to note that now people who try to uphold America's borders (i.e. Arpaio, minutemen) are deemed one step shy of enemies of the state.
 
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McALLEN — Police have detained one man suspected of a drug cartel-related kidnapping and shooting near a Walmart store Sunday night.

Two men were shot and possibly kidnapped during the incident, which occurred about 10:30 p.m. Sunday near the 1200 block of Jackson Avenue, said McAllen Police Chief Victor Rodriguez.

"We're still piecing together information," Rodriguez said. "It appears to obviously be organized crime."

Investigators believe the two men voluntarily left with the suspected kidnappers in a Chevrolet Tahoe at the parking lot outside Walmart on the 1200 block of Jackson Avenue.

When one of the men worried he was being held against his will, he bailed out of the SUV and was shot, the chief said. He then fled to a nearby Med-Care EMS ambulance facility, which reported the incident to police.

The other victim was left near a canal close to the intersection of McColl and El Rancho Roads, police said.

"We suspect cartel activity by some or all of the persons we're looking at right now," Rodriguez said. "We don't know the motive at this point in time."

One of the victims remains hospitalized, while the other has been treated and released.

The suspect in custody has not yet been arrested, Rodriguez said, but possible charges in the case include attempted capital murder, aggravated kidnapping and aggravated robbery. Police continue to look for other suspects possibly involved and investigate the incident.


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Yes. The problem is that US elites already consider Mexico a de facto part of the union from an economic standpoint . . .
True, but this won't keep the natives from getting restless.

The eiltes have the tiger by the tail. Through their own greed, they've created the very conditions that will inevitably lead to an ethnic conflict in North America.
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James Cameron is on his way to Mexico right now to warn the Mexicans that America is going to attack them.
 
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NPR news the other day reported that the Mexican gov't said the U.S. needs to fund helicopters and other weapons to help them fight the drug wars. They come here taking our jobs, and the factories go down there to give them jobs, and now they want more? Is there no end to their leeching? Oh, that's right I forgot.........it's a GLOBAL problem. We are ONE race. If we want the violence to stop, we must help them to better jobs, education and health care. That's the egalitarians' mindset.
 
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Chittum's book is great. Anyone that hasn't read it can jewgle it and find it as a pdf. As I recall, he actually predicted that Mexico would become a narco-state.
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Thanks, Vector7.

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NPR news the other day reported that the Mexican gov't said the U.S. needs to fund helicopters and other weapons to help them fight the drug wars. They come here taking our jobs, and the factories go down there to give them jobs, and now they want more? Is there no end to their leeching? Oh, that's right I forgot.........it's a GLOBAL problem. We are ONE race. If we want the violence to stop, we must help them to better jobs, education and health care. That's the egalitarians' mindset.
That's kind of joke report, then, because we have supplied the Mexican military with everything they have for years.
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BROWNSVILLE, Texas (AP) - The U.S. government is investigating a second reported incident of a Mexican military helicopter seen flying over Texas.
Zapata County Sheriff Sigifredo Gonzalez says several people at an RV park near Zapata reported seeing the Mexican helicopter Sunday afternoon. Zapata is about 100 miles northwest of McAllen.
Border Patrol spokesman Jason Darling says agents responded after receiving reports of private individuals noticing the chopper. Darling says no agents saw the helicopter, but that Mexico is known to be conducting military operations along the Rio Grande.
Defense Department Maj. Tanya Bradsher says the incident is under investigation.
Witnesses also reported seeing a Mexican military helicopter over Texas on March 10, near Falcon Dam in Zapata County. The aircraft returned to Mexico without landing.
http://www.kfdm.com/news/helicopter-...a-mexican.html
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EL PASO - Texas law enforcement officials are bracing for a bloody weekend along the border, advising farmers to arm themselves as signs across northern Mexico point to a new escalation of violence after coordinated drug cartel attacks against the military this week.

In the northern Mexican states of Nuevo León and Tamaulipas, both bordering Texas, drug cartel gunmen used trucks and buses Tuesday to block approaches to military bases in Reynosa and Matamoros, apparently in an attempt to trap the troops inside. In all, gunmen attacked military targets in a half-dozen towns in the two states.


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Default Bomb blast breaks windows at US consulate in northern Mexico border city

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MEXICO CITY (AP) — An attacker threw an explosive device over the wall around the U.S. consulate in the border city of Nuevo Laredo, breaking windows and startling employees inside but causing no injuries, the U.S. Embassy said Saturday.

The attack, which took place about 11:30 p.m. Friday, is under investigation, embassy spokesman Claude Young said.

Young said the consulate and the consular agency in the border town of Piedras Negras would be closed Monday pending a review of security measures.

Mexican federal prosecutors in the capital said they were reviewing evidence from the scene, including video feeds from security cameras at the consulate.

Nuevo Laredo, across the Rio Grande River from Laredo, Texas, and other cities have seen increased violence in recent weeks as powerful Mexican drug cartels battle over control of lucrative trafficking along the border.

U.S. State Department employees in the area had not been victimized until last month. That's when gunmen separately chased down and killed an American woman who worked at the U.S. consulate in Ciudad Juarez along with her husband in their SUV and another man married to a Mexican consulate worker in a similar vehicle. All three had been at the same party.

In 2008, two men fired shots and threw a grenade — which didn't explode — at the U.S. consulate in Monterrey. Nobody was hurt in that assault, but the gate was left pockmarked. Five days later gunmen again fired at that consulate.
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