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Citizens of Mountain of Guerrero take up arms for defense

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November 2, 2012

The citizen uprisings against organized crime in the mountains of Guerrero grow, Cualac residents expressed their support Olinalá neighbors, while in the Nahua community of Temalacatzingo, Olinalá Township, three men and a woman were arrested for move in a stolen vehicle.


On Wednesday afternoon, a group of residents tried to lynch Cualac a rapist in the central square, but the intervention of the state police prevented consummation of the fact.

The alleged rapist called Ventura Oliver Martinez and injured is a child under 12, was arrested after a direct pointing and why people decided to take the base, where they already had the rope ready to hang.

The trustee Alberto Ventura Bello starred with a group of State Police, after several hours of dialogue convinced the neighbors to allow them to channel the person to the Public Ministry of Tlapa.

After accepting, Cualac warned residents who will take a harsh stance against the criminals who are caught in the municipal and communities, whether acting alone or in groups.

Abel Barrera Hernández, director of the Human Rights Center of the Mountain (CDM) said that in the area of ​​La Cañada process registering a civil uprising against crime, both common and organized.

This is because, according to the anthropologist, the attitude of local authorities tend to give up the responsibility to ensure the integrity of the population.

In this process already immersed municipalities as Huamuxtitlán, Xochihuehuetlán, and recently Cualac Olinalá.

Meanwhile, the director of the Center for Human Rights Tlachinollan, Abel Barrera Hernandez said Wednesday that it is happening throughout La Cañada, which includes the municipalities of Huamuxtitlán, Xochihuehuetlán, Olinalá and Cualac, is a serious situation because the people have surpassed the municipal, state and federal levels for its inability to ensure security has been demanding citizenship.

He recalled that in a while organized crime lurks in Tlapa routes to Huamuxtitlán and Xochihuehuetlán as well as those leading to Huamuxtitlán, Cualac, Olinalá Papalutla and Huitzuco “but authorities did not heed the demands of security.”

On Wednesday afternoon, Temalacatzingo residents, community belonging to Olinalá arrested three men and a woman driving a white car with plates 66-54 YHG-state of Veracruz.

The ages of those arrested between 35 and 40 years, were designated threatened a taxi driver and this sounded the alert Temalacatzingo representatives, who at the time of the report were assembled and mobilized immediately.

Being intercepted said they would seek a family, then that Telcel workers were then assumed as inhabitants Ixcamilpa community.

The villagers realized they had broken the Mayan protects antenna chamas Telcel and doors, inside the vehicle found several types of keys and several car batteries.

There is a suspicion that the case of the people involved in the events of Saturday 27 October, so Temalacatzingo residents said they expect the presence of officials of the Attorney General (PGJ), to declare and initiate the legal procedure.

Declare curfew in Olinalá.
leave no weapons, residents say.

On Wednesday, about 700 people in Olinalá, municipality of the region of La Montaña, some armed with shotguns, set up barricades on five hits to the county seat, to prevent the entry of organized crime, in addition to imposing a touch of is between 22:30 and 5 am.

The events took place after the Friday before he was found dead a taxi driver who had been kidnapped, while on Saturday, during the funeral, the residents learned that an armed group had risen to a merchant, prompting widespread discomfort.

Citizens distrust of all visitors, vehicles and request revised identifications for authorizing entry, but despite mistrust prefaced the need to be heard, with the hope that after five days of taking weapons state authorities come to the place.

Residents said they are fed up with insecurity, and forward that will stay with the security control in the city, until it constitutes a Citizens Police, composed of men of the eight districts of the county seat and the 65 communities Olinalá .

Warned not to fall into simulations of state government and lay down their arms until police citizen has legal concept and can act without fear legal.

“Olinalá is under control of the citizens,” said Aguirre after denying civil insurrection against crime.

Governor Angel Aguirre Rivero said Olinalá Township is under control of the citizens.

At a press conference at the offices of Tourism Promoter, the state governor reported that workshops engage with people involved in the events.

Aguirre Rivero said that “in the morning I spoke with the mayor of Olinalá, Eusebio González Rodríguez, the information provided is that the situation is currently under control of the citizens.”

He confirmed that the events leading to unrest among the population occurred during the funeral on Saturday, with the possibility of an organized crime group returned to the town, so locals, enraged, “and after a few drinks” , decided to put some roadblocks.

The governor said that “the mayor has told me in contact with these people, treating them is not persuaded that the way that they do themselves justice.”

He said the general secretary of government, Humberto Salgado Gómez, head the approach with the protesters, that “through dialogue we can hear their proposals.”

He added that the Mexican Army personnel assigned to the 35th Military Zone, based in Tlapa, has expanded its presence in the conflict zone to maintain close coordination with the mayor and dialogue with citizens.

Aguirre’s remarks are given little to deny that the population had armed Olinalá to expel criminals, claiming that the rumors about the case did not correspond exactly to the truth.

Supports commander of the Ninth Military Region Olinalá arm themselves in order to strengthen security.

The commander of the Ninth Military Region in the state of Guerrero, Guillermo Moreno Serrano supported the actions taken by farmers and inhabitants of the town of Olinala, to arm themselves and form a community police to help them to afford each security.

Interviewed in Acapulco Maj. Gen. analyze if the population is organized to help public security forces to ensure the tranquility of the area.

“I want us to be very specific about it and investigate whether they are arming, the information we have is already gathered and organized and want to conduct this type of community policing type organizations, want to take actions that give safety.

“Any process, such as community policing that they intend, if carried out in accordance with the law and procedures I think is a very commendable action, very much correct that society is involved in all shapes all aspects to help all institutions responsible for security, “said the military high command.

He noted that “Operation Safe Guerrero” works despite the various facts of insecurity and violence that have occurred in the state.

Major General, Moreno Serrano, refused to leave in the hands of the public safety but think that we should work together.

“Not that when left to them but it is very important that processes information from these groups to inform us,” he said.

“I Killed Brian Terry”

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October 31, 2012

Manuel Osorio-Arellanes, one of the murderers of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry, pled guilty to first degree murder in federal court in Tucson in exchange for prosecutors promising not to seek the death penalty.
Osorio-Arellanes, Jesus Rosario Favela-Astorga, Ivan Soto-Barraza, Heraclio Osorio-Arellanes and Lionel Portillo-Meza were charged with crimes including first degree murder, second degree murder, conspiracy to interfere with commerce by robbery, attempted interference with commerce by robbery, use and carrying a firearm during a crime of violence, assault on a federal officer and possession of a firearm by a prohibited person.
Top photo from night of shooting


Osorio-Arellanes, Jesus Rosario Favela-Astorga, Ivan Soto-Barraza, Heraclio Osorio-Arellanes and Lionel Portillo-Meza killed Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry with guns from the U.S. government’s failed gun running scandal, Fast and Furious, during a firefight with the Border Patrol agents.
Osorio-Arellanes and the others had illegally entered the United States from Mexico for the purpose of robbing drug traffickers of their contraband. In addition to the murder of Agent Terry, the five defendants assaulted Border Patrol Agents William Castano, Gabriel Fragoza and Timothy Keller, who were with Agent Terry during the firefight.
Operation Fast and Furious contributed to the deaths of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry and an unknown number of Mexican citizens. It also created an ongoing public safety hazard on both sides of the border. The failures happened because of conscious decisions to encourage gun dealers to sell to known traffickers and avoid interdicting those weapons or even questioning suspects, all in the hope that would lead law enforcement to cartel connections and a larger case, according to the U.S. House Oversight and Reform Committee.
Manuel Osorio-Arellanes has been in custody since his arrest the night of the shooting.
Source: Arizona Daily

Four people executed in Nuevo Leon

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 October 31, 2012

Four dead, two injured was the balance of a shooting attack in Cologne registered American Workers in Guadeloupe.

The incident took place around 17:20 hours in a garage at the junction of Tierra Blanca and Las Americas Avenue, three blocks north of Avenida Ruiz Cortines.

A police source informed that the shooting attack killed Jesus Herrera Cervantes, 49, and his son Abraham Herrera Insignia, 25.



The other two deaths, said the informant, are employees of the same workshop, who is not yet precise identity.

In the events at Tierra Blanca and Las Americas Avenue, three blocks north of Avenida Ruiz Cortines, two people were also injured.

One of the wounded, the source said, is Jesse Insignia Herrera, 30, who is also the son of the owner of the business, Herrera Cervantes.

He said the man was with a bullet in the abdomen and another in the arm.

The informant explained that people were repairing a car Volkswagen and Chevrolet pickup truck outside the shop, which also sold vehicles.

At that time the gunmen arrived in a car Chevrolet Aveo and Jeep Cherokee, shooting people.

In the place they found at least 15 shell casings 7.62 x 39, used in the AK-47.



A police source said the gunmen were two, and they fled in a vehicle which is not detailed features.




Woman is executed in front of son in Nuevo Leon

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October 30, 2012

Silvia Guadalupe Olvera Garcia calmly helped her 6 year old son to do homework when suddenly, after two door touches a man broke into her home and executed by a shot to the head.

The small witnessed the execution of his mother in 24 years in the home located in Colonia San Juan Meadows in Juarez.



At 22:10 hours, the 9mm bullet silenced women’s lives and caused intense police mobilization in that sector.

Witnesses said that in Leganes Street, at the junction with Sevilla, three vans parked dark, two armed men got out, one of them with a long gun.

The other two times touched home door marked with the number 313 and then a kick destroyed the lock to gain entry.

Inside the house was Olvera Garcia with his son doing homework in another room was a brother of the wife and mother of two in the kitchen.

It took a few seconds for the gunman ended the life of Silvia, approached and shot at close range in front of the eyes of the child.

“The victim’s mother said the girl was in the living room with your child doing (homework), and was helping him was when they played the door, but not open, kicked him and entered a person.

“There are different versions, which came four armed persons, other witnesses say there were two who got out of one of the trucks and only one came in and shot the woman,” a source close to the investigation.

On one side of the body of the victim were a cap and two 9mm bullets, which suggests that the gun was jammed the offender.

Then he said the informant, the executor came and made some black spray paint on the facade of the house, with the seal of a group of organized crime.

The source said Olvera was unemployed, but relatives did not know if he had problems with people linked to drug trafficking.




24-year-old woman caught at border trying to smuggle cocaine, meth

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Oct 31, 2012


SAN LUIS, AZ – A 24-year-old woman, a Mexican national, was taken into custody Monday at the Port of San Luis for attempting to smuggle nearly 12 pounds of cocaine and almost six pounds of methamphetamine into the United States.


  •  24-year-old woman caught at border trying to smuggle cocaine, meth

When Customs and Border Protection officers pulled Fabiola Angulo-Lopez for an additional inspection of her Ford SUV, a narcotics detection canine alerted to the presence of drugs in the rear cargo area. A search uncovered six packages of cocaine and another three of methamphetamine hidden in the speaker box.

The drugs, with a combined value of approximately $196,000 and the SUV, were processed for seizure. Angulo-Lopez was turned over to Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations.


Hezbollah Presence Growing in Mexico

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31 October 2012


North Carolina Representative Sue Myrick (R) has been very vocal in warning of a Hezbollah presence in Mexico, and in urging the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to step up surveillance of terrorists there. She joins a host of concerned Americans who are worried about the porosity of the nation’s southern border — and continually cautions that border issues aren’t just about immigrants seeking a better life, but about easy access that terrorists have to America.

Hezbollah Presence Growing in Mexico

In June, 2010, she penned a letter to DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano requesting the establishment of a task force to “engage US and Mexican law enforcement and border patrol officials about Hezbollah’s presence, activities and connection to gangs and drug cartels.”

Indeed, a year later, the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, in October, 2011, released a report concluding that Hezbollah “is using the Western Hemisphere as a staging ground, fundraising center, and operation base to wage asymmetric warfare against the United States.” Entitled The Mounting Hezbollah Threat in Latin America the report also pointed out that “evidence indicates Hezbollah is sharing its terrorist experiences and techniques with Mexican drug cartels along the US border.”

And just two weeks ago, Mansour Arbabsiar, a naturalized U.S. citizen holding both Iranian and U.S. passports, pled guilty in New York for plotting to pay a Los Zetas cartel (also a DEA informant) hitman to assassinate a Saudi Arabian ambassador to the United States. Fox News reported, ” ‘A little more than a year after his arrest, Mansour Arbabsiar has admitted to his role in a deadly plot approved by members of the Iranian military to assassinate a sitting foreign ambassador on U.S. soil,’ Attorney General Eric Holder said in a press release.”

Fox News also reported that in the fall of 2010 the Tucson Police Department cited the arrest of Jameel Nasar, who attempted to establish a Hezbollah network in Mexico and in South America. And during the previous year — after Jamal Yousef was arrested in New York City — it was learned that weapons stolen from Iran by Yousef’s cousin, an alleged Hezbollah member, were stored in Mexico.

But even after Myrick’s letter to Napolitano, the Secretary said there was no need for a task force, as current intelligence resources were adequate. Napolitano also claimed in 2011 that, “The border is better than now than it has ever been.”

However, Borderland Beat reported on September 10, 2012 of the arrest of a suspected American Hezbollah supporter in Merida, in the Yucatan peninsula. Rafic Mohammad Labboun Allaboun is an imam from the Shiite Association Bay Area mosque in San Jose, California, and was arrested with two others, from Belize, suspected of being part of an Islamic terror cell operating in central America and the Yucatan. The report added that Merida has a large Lebanese and Syrian population.

Fox added a remark from Arizona Governor Jan Brewer’s office, “ ‘The Arizona Department of Homeland Security has indicated there are elements of Middle Eastern Islamic extremist groups operating in Mexico,’ said Matthew Benson, Director of Communications for Brewer. ‘From the governor’s standpoint, it is critical to have a secure border for criminal elements who would take advantage of a porous border, especially like the one we have in Arizona.’ “

Myrick has repeatedly warned of Hezbollah presence in Mexico and said she’s concerned about discussion of terrorism in the Middle East while ignoring potential threats in Mexico. “Given the evidence available, it only makes sense that DHS should, at the very least, investigate the presence of Hezbollah along our Southern border, regardless of who is in office.”

Remarkably, Texas Governor Rick Perry, whose state has the largest segment of the nation’s southern border, maintains a contradictory position on the issues. While he mentioned in last year’s presidential debate that, “We’re seeing countries start to come in and infiltrate. We know that Hamas and Hezbollah are working in Mexico as well as Iran with their ploy to come into the United States,” he continues to take less than a tough stance on illegal immigration. From signing into law a tuition break for illegal immigrants to his abysmal sacrifice of Texas’ sovereignty to his goal of building the Trans Texas Corridor “connecting the Texas cities and towns along the proposed I-69 route to the industrial heartland of Mexico, and the industrial base of Middle America,” his actions belie his words. No other project could lay out the welcome mat to terrorists as prominently as Perry’s Corridor project.

Sue Myrick will be retiring at the end of the 112th Congress, in January 2013.



Execution of a father and son in Michoacan

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 October 29, 2012


Father and son were shot dead in an area of ​​your property, located in this town, but up to now know the motive, which is already under investigation by the ministerial authorities.


Answered those who died in the name of life Cisneros Francisco Zamudio, 60 years old and Alejandro Cisneros Rodriguez, 30, both residing in Allende Street South, without number, of the Railway colony, the city of Los Reyes .

The dead bodies of these men were found about 20:00 pm on Sunday, in the area known as La Higuera Alta, were lying next to a van owned, Ford, Expedition, green plates of 295TTM Federal District.

In the area, the experts found two .38 caliber shell casings super, which were secured to the integration of a preliminary investigation.

It is important to note, that the body of Francisco Cisneros was shot twice in the head, while his son Alexander was only one in the face, chin.




Execution of a family in Nuevo Leon

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October 29, 2012


Two women and a child were executed inside a tank by armed men who came in at least two vehicles, in Guadalupe.

The incident was reported around 18:20 hours on Ring Avenue, at its intersection with Calle Emiliano Zapata, Colonia Nuevo San Rafael, where this deposit “Eddy”.

The place came uniformed police Guadalupe, who found the back of the property to the two women and the man who transcended familiar.


Among the three executed is less than 13 years, according to information from the state police.

The executed were identified as Alma Delia Rosales Obregon, 60, his daughter Nora Vazquez Patricia Rosales, 30, and his nephew Jordy Alexander Vazquez Moreno, 13.

According to investigations by the Police, the target of criminals was Vazquez Rosales, who allegedly was involved in drug distribution in the sector.

According to witnesses, the criminals came in a green Dakota pickup, which parked in front of the tank Eddy Rosales property Obregón, and then introduced to the business to commit the triple execution.

Beltway Avenue was closed to traffic.

Sector Neighbors said they heard explosions are not strong, so it was assumed that the victims were killed with handguns.




Young man executed in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon

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October 29, 2012


Five dead, a man was executed by criminals who got out of a vehicle in which he had kidnapped, in the City Center.

The run, which has not been officially identified, but among his belongings brought some documents on behalf of Victor Alfredo Rangel Puente, 20, wore jeans and sweatshirt, tennis and belt in white.

The incident was reported around 7:30 pm yesterday, on Calle Arteaga, between Julian Villarreal and Heroes 47.


Locally Regia uniformed police, who were the first to arrive, they found a man lying face up.

They also reached Red Cross lifeguards because they were neighbors in the area reported a person gunshot wound.

But when they came to check the body confirmed that the young man had no signs of life.

Paramedics found him at least two bullet wounds caused by gunshot, one in the head and once in the chest.

Running mobilized Ministerial Police and Federal Police, in addition to the uniformed police Regia. For the crime, Arteaga Street was closed for about an hour, so trucking routes that pass through the area were forced to find alternative streets.

According to data collected by the ministry, it was assumed that the man was taken off a vehicle, which no features were required, although it transpired that it was a dark van.

After downloading and lay him down on the curb of the sidewalk south of Arteaga, criminals shot him.

“Witnesses heard gunshots around capostesi then immediately heard he was retiring a vehicle at high speed, but when they came out to see what had happened and did not see anybody,” said one of the policemen.

“Other neighbors also realized the execution will not talk, say they know nothing and to get them out because we understand, and are afraid.”

For this version, the agents were investigating whether the boy was deprived of his freedom in another sector and then the criminals down in that place to run.

But also not ruled out the now deceased were following him and shot him to catch up.

In crime scene experts from the State Attorney’s Office collected five .45 caliber caps, which found beside the body of the executed.

After the prosecution testified to the facts, ordered the Forensic Medical Service personnel to take the body to the amphitheater of the University Hospital, where he became a NN  (no name).


The Knights Templar Ranch is Raided

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October 30, 2012

In Michoacan, army troops seized a ranch allegedly owned by Enrique Plancarte Solis, “La Chiva”/ Kike Plancarte or just “Kiki,” noted as one of the main leaders of the criminal organization The Knights Templar.
The Ministry of National Defense (SEDENA) said yesterday in a statement that the confiscation took place last Saturday after a gun battle with an number of people in which one of the suspects died.
The Mexican army seized weapons, drugs, and money on a ranch in the western state of Michoacan apparently owned by Enrique Plancarte Solís, one of the alleged leaders of the criminal organization the Knights Templar.
The rest of the “Knights” managed to escape from the ranch, located in the town of Los Cuiniques, in the town of Apatzingán. The ranch “was used by organized crime for various illegal purposes.”
In the building, military personnel found 15 handguns, 19 rifles, 1 Barret rifle, more than a hundred grenades, three rockets, 1 anti-tank rocket launchers, 339 magazines of different calibers, over 22,000 cartridges and five swords.
Also confiscated 1.1 million pesos (equivalent to about $85,000), $3123.10 in American dollars, two vehicles, and small amounts of marijuana, cocaine and crystal.
According to the Ministry of Defense, this operation “managed to affect the Knights of Templar’s criminal organization through limiting their operational and logistical structures and their areas of influence.”
The Knights Templar is a pseudorreligious organization that emerged din 2011 after the death of the leader of the Familia Michoacana, Nazario Moreno Gonzalez, alias “El Chayo”, in a clash with security forces in 2010.
Soon the group, led by Servando Gómez Martínez, alias “La Tuta”; Enrique Plancarte, “La Chiva,” Dionisio Loya Plantare, “el Tio,” managed to gain control of the drug trade in Michoacán and extended their area of influence to neighboring regions.
Monday in Mexico 14 People Died Alleged
MEXICO CITY (approved). – A total of 14 people, among them five women and a child, were killed Monday in separate cases in five states of the country, allegedly the incidents are related to organized crime.
In broad daylight, in a Guachochi supermarket , Chihuahua, gunmen executed a 30 year old woman identified as Elizabeth Castillo Carrillo, in front of a friend and her three year old son. She received seven bullets in her face, hands and chest outside a supermarket.
Castillo was shot when her friend and her son were settling in the vehicle, as she walked in the back of the car preparing to get inside. Still alive, paramedics took her to a hospital but died minutes later.
In Nuevo Leon, on Monday afternoon, two women and a 13 year old boy were killed while buying beer in the neighborhood Nuevo San Rafael, in Guadalupe.
Gunmen arrived on a premises on Circunvalación and Privada Zuazua Streets, opened fire on their victims who were inside. Unofficially, it was reported that the three dead were relatives.
In Jalisco, seven people were shot dead in the last yesterday in different incidents allegedly related to organized crime
Tonala Police reported that Monday afternoon there was a shooting in streets of the town of San Miguel de la Punta, south of the metropolitan area of Guadalajara.
According to police, gunmen stormed a house in the neighborhood Lomas de San Miguel. Three men died and the injured woman was rescued by local medical services while in one of the bedrooms.
Of the victims, two of the men and women were apparently in the house, One of those who died was outside and assumed one of the alleged gunmen.
In another development, near José María Morelos, in the town of Tomatlan, on the north coast of Jalisco, the bodies of two men, ages 26 and 40 were found with multiple gunshot wounds. Both had been deprived of their freedom last Saturday night.
In addition, Monday morning, in an area at kilometer 23 of the road free highway from Lagos de Moreno to Leon the bodies of two men about 25 years old were found. They show signs of being beaten and given the “coup de grace”.
In Morelos, two women were killed in violent incidents in different municipalities Tlaquiltenango and Yecapixtla, informed the Attorney General of Morelos.
One victim was found on a dirt road near the highway Cartonera to Yecapixtla, near Centennial Ranch. The body was lying on the ground and had various injuries.
The second was found in a building in the town of Tlaquiltenango on Isabel la Católica in the neighborhood of Gabriel Tepepan. The woman’s body was lying in one of the bedrooms of the house, with an impact from a gun.

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