header image  
02 | 10 | 2014
Search / Buscar
Mexico Police Arrest 5 in Drug Rehab Executions
Thursday, 03 September 2009 03:14

SecurityCornerMexico.com Recommended READING: Drug Addiction in US Military, Illegal Drugs & How They Got That Way - crack & cocaine, American Patriot Going to Jail Because he spoke out against the DEA, ARRESTED RETIRED DEA AGENT FOR EXPOSING DRUG CORRUPTION!, US Government dealing Cocaine in Mena Arkansas Part 1, **205 million CASH! Drug dealer caught by Mexican Police,  Im a Drug Dealer so what   

Drug Addiction in US Military,

by You Tube

washingtonpost.com

The Associated Press
Saturday, September 26, 2009

CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico -- Police have arrested five men accused of dozens of murders, including two mass killings at drug treatment centers in this northern Mexico border city.

Police say the men were members of the Sinaloa cartel, a violent gang entrenched in a brutal turf war for control of drug routes to the United States.

The men are accused of 45 different executions in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent city. They were arrested by law enforcement agents during a routine street patrol, according to a statement released Friday by federal police. More, HERE.

Mexico Nabs Suspected Killer of 17 Rehab Patients

Reuters, Saturday, September 5, 2009

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Troops captured the suspected killer of 17 patients at a rehabilitation clinic in northern Mexico, one of the deadliest attacks in President Felipe Calderon's three-year war against drug cartels, local media said on Saturday.

The suspect, Jose Rodolfo Escajeda, is considered one of the bloodiest hitmen in the crime-ridden state of Chihuahua and a leader of the powerful Juarez Cartel. He is on the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration's most-wanted list for marijuana and cocaine smuggling into the United States. More, HERE.

Mexico's Drug War by the Numbers

Mexican Candidate, His Wife and Two Sons Killed

The Associated Press
Saturday, September 5, 2009

VILLAHERMOSA, Mexico -- Gunmen killed a state congressional candidate and his wife and two sons in their home Saturday in the Gulf coast state of Tabasco, in southern Mexico.

Jose Francisco Fuentes Esperon, 43, was found dead along with his wife, 38, and two sons aged 9 and 13, in the state capital, Villahermosa, according to state Attorney General Rafael Gonzalez Lastra. More, HERE.

Mexico's Calderón: No Letup In Drive Against Drug Cartels; President, in 3rd Annual Address, Also Vows Action on Health Care, Poverty

September 3, 2009

President Felipe Calderón, at lectern, speaks as images of a recent drug detention are played for members of the National Congress in Mexico City.

President Felipe Calderón, at lectern, speaks as images of a recent drug detention are played for members of the National Congress in Mexico City. (By Gregory Bull -- Associated Press) 

Washington Post Foreign Service 

MEXICO CITY, Sept. 2 -- President Felipe Calderón pledged Wednesday to continue his full frontal attack -- including deployment of thousands of soldiers on the streets -- in the fight against the powerful drug cartels that threaten the national security of Mexico.

In his third state of the union address, which marks the halfway point in his six-year term, Calderón said that his government would reform civilian law enforcement and the courts but that the Mexican army would continue to lead the fight until local and state police forces are free of corruption. Those police are now slowly being retrained and vetted.

With unprecedented U.S. support, including $1.4 billion in aid, Calderón has tripled spending on security in a struggle for law and order that has left almost 14,000 people dead since he took office. The violence has turned border cities such as Ciudad Juarez into danger zones where a dozen people are shot dead a day and that U.S. citizens are warned to avoid. More, HERE

Drug treatment center targeted in Mexico, 18 dead

Gunmen kill 17 people at a drug rehab in Mexico

September 3, 2009

Forensic experts remove the bodies of Michoacan state's Deputy Public Safety Director Jose Manuel Revuelta and his bodyguard from a car after they were slain by gunmen in Morelia, Mexico, Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2009. State officials said Revuelta, two bodyguards and a bystander were killed. Revuelta was the number two security official in the home state of Mexico's President Felipe Calderon, where drug cartels have launched their biggest offensive yet against Mexico's government. (AP Photo)

Forensic experts remove the bodies of Michoacan state's Deputy Public Safety Director Jose Manuel Revuelta and his bodyguard from a car after they were slain by gunmen in Morelia, Mexico, Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2009. State officials said Revuelta, two bodyguards and a bystander were killed. Revuelta was the number two security official in the home state of Mexico's President Felipe Calderon, where drug cartels have launched their biggest offensive yet against Mexico's government. (AP Photo) (AP)

The Associated Press 

CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico -- Gunmen broke into a drug rehabilitation center, lined people against a wall and shot 17 dead in a particularly bloody day in Mexico's relentless drug war. The brazen attack followed the killing of the No. 2 security official in President Felipe Calderon's home state.

The attackers on Wednesday broke down the door of El Aliviane center in Ciudad Juarez, lined up their victims against a wall and opened fire, said Arturo Sandoval, a spokesman for the regional prosecutors' office. At least five people were injured. More, HERE.

Judge Dismisses Case Against Accused Drug Supplier 

Washington Post Staff Writer, August 28, 2009

A federal judge in the District dismissed the indictment Friday of a Chinese-born Mexican millionaire who had been accused of being a major supplier of chemicals needed to make illegal drugs.

The action is the latest twist in the criminal case against Zhenli Ye Gon, who was arrested in July 2007 and was indicted by a federal grand jury in the District on charges of aiding and abetting a conspiracy to make methamphetamine that would be sold in the United States. More, HERE.

Jimena weakening after plowing into Mexico

Gunmen kill top state security officer in Mexico

© Copyright 1996- 2009 The Washington Post Company

Texas DNA exonerees find prosperity after prison

Shown Tuesday, August 25, 2009 is Thomas McGowan, a DNA exoneree released last year after nearly 23 years in prison, at his sister's home in Garland, Texas. Starting Sept. 1, dozens of wrongly imprisoned Texas men who spent decades behind bars can begin applying for state compensation that will make many of them millionaires. (AP Photo/Donna McWilliam)

DALLAS — Thomas McGowan's journey from prison to prosperity is about to culminate in $1.8 million, and he knows just how to spend it: on a house with three bedrooms, stainless steel kitchen appliances and a washer and dryer.

"I'll let my girlfriend pick out the rest," said McGowan, who was exonerated last year based on DNA evidence after spending nearly 23 years in prison for rape and robbery.

He and other exonerees in Texas, which leads the nation in freeing the wrongly convicted, soon will become instant millionaires under a new state law that took effect this week. More, HERE.

Copyright © 2009 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.

©2009 Google

Imagen de articulo

El Calvario de José by Gustavo Aréchiga 

Published: September 3, 2009 in Spanish language. VIDEOS in lower, right corner.

Is an independent, intelligence & political analysis information resource owned by Ramón Alberto Garza García with more than 30 years in journalism, recipient in 1996 of Columbia University's Maria Moors Cabot Award in NY for his advocacy in Human Rights and investigative research in Latin America.

© Índigo Brainmedia. Todos los Derechos Reservados

El Universal has no official political affilation and is the most read newspaper in Mexico.

Repudian asesinato de candidato en Tabasco

Ha sido un año difícil: Peña Nieto, al rendir Informe

Bours estima daños por 500 mdp en Sonora

EU anuncia padrón de armas

Sicarios fusilan a 17 jóvenes en Ciudad Juárez

FCH: “Las cosas no pueden seguir igual”

MATANZA. Un comando de 12 sujetos encapuchados ingresó la tarde de este miércoles a un centro de rehabilitación en Ciudad Juárez y fusiló a 17 jóvenes

Sicarios fusilan a 17 jóvenes en Ciudad Juárez

EMERGENCIA. Socorristas de la Cruz Roja brindan auxilio a los enfermos que sobrevivieron al ataque en un centro para drogadictos (Foto: LUIS HINOJOSA / EFE )

Admiten que llevará meses traer a Ye Gon

© Queda expresamente prohibida la republicación o redistribución, parcial o total, de todos los contenidos de EL UNIVERSAL

proceso.com.mx

Proceso is a weekly magazine, renowned for its left-wing journalism

Llega mujer al Estado Mayor de la PJDF

EU rastreará venta de armas usadas por el narco en México

Reprueba Rojas gestión de Calderón

Balacera en funeral de apostador deja un muerto y 5 heridos

Encarcelan a dos funcionarios de la PGR por vínculos con los Beltrán Leyva

Por lucha contra el narco, asesinato de subprocurador en Michoacán: PGJE

Encuentran cabeza humana en Mazatlán y un calcinado en Culiacán

aviso legal

 

Last Updated on Sunday, 27 September 2009 03:22
 
Latest News
Newsletter
Newsletter
Who's Online
We have 8 guests online
Articles
Important Information
Washington Post
Media
Security Seminars
Memoirs
Boletines Informativos









In Mexican Capital, Experts' Safety Tips Are Put to the Test
TRAVEL Q&A: Mexico City's Safety Zones