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Search Result: Mexican Drug Cartels

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Whistleblowing Officers Allege Corruption, Cartel Ties in Border Agencies

September 19, 2011
Two former law enforcement officers allege that they cannot get anyone to investigate allegations that the Mexican drug cartels have corrupted U.S. law officers and politicians in the El Paso border region.

Mexican Drug Cartels: The Battle Against Evil

September 13, 2011
Beheadings, mass murders, and Al-Qaeda-style car bombs have become part of life in certain areas of Mexico. For America, terror is at our doorsteps and is creeping into our shadows. Without a new strategy to fight this war, drug cartels and every other evil organization around the globe will present a bleak future for the free world.

Holder Says He Didn't Know About Fast and Furious

September 8, 2011
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said he and the "upper levels of the Justice Department" were not aware of the Fast and Furious initiative that resulted in the supplying of Mexican drug cartels with firearms.

An EPIC Fail In the Border War

September 7, 2011
Despite the federal government's politically correct definition of "cross border violence," my experience and intelligence sources tell me that "cross border violence" by these cartels and gangs has been going on inside this country for decades. In Los Angeles, Mexican nationals commit as many murders as all the street gangs do each year; and 95 percent of outstanding warrants are for Mexican nationals.

Iraqis, Grenades, and Mexican Cartels

September 1, 2011
In a federal indictment charging the suspects, it was alleged that the center of their criminal operation was an Iraqi social club in El Cajon, and authorities say the suspects distributed drugs supplied by Mexico's Sinaloa Cartel to the Detroit area.

Feds Expand Training for Mexican Police

August 18, 2011
The expansion could include the establishment of training centers south of the border and the use of members of the National Guard and Webb County (Texas) Sheriff's Office as trainers of Mexican police.

Arrested Juarez Kingpin Ordered 1,500 Killings

August 2, 2011
Jose Antonio Acosta Hernandez, a former police officer known as El Diego, was also wanted in the U.S. for allegedly killing three people connected to the U.S. consulate and orchestrating a car bomb ambush.

Mexican Drug Cartels Using Facebook

July 12, 2011
There's the drug war on the streets and then there's the war online. YouTube videos, social networking sites, there's even a blog, Del Narco, which offers an anonymous, self-described uncensored view of drug cartel activities.

ATF Head Names FBI, DEA In Gun-Trafficking Probe

July 6, 2011
Facing increasing pressure to resign, the interim head of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) instead added more fuel to a gun-trafficking probe by implicating the FBI and Drug Enforcement Administration on Wednesday.

Mexico Captures Zetas Founder Wanted In ICE Agent's Killing

July 5, 2011
Mexican authorities have captured Jesus Regon Aguilar, one of the three founding members of the Los Zetas drug cartel and a suspect in the killing of a U.S. immigration enforcement agent earlier this year. Jesus Rejon Aguilar, who goes by the alias "El Mamito" (Pretty Boy), was taken into custody on Sunday near Mexico City without a shot being fired.

Guns That ATF Let Walk Into Mexico Linked to Phoenix Crimes

July 1, 2011
Weapons linked to a questionable government strategy are turning up in crimes in Phoenix-area neighborhoods, according to a report by local TV news channel ABC15.

A Mexican Cartel's Infiltration of American Law Enforcement

June 28, 2011
No government or human culture is any more or less susceptible to the corrupting effect of vice, drugs, power, fear or money. Criminal gangs systematically utilize these human weaknesses to sow the seeds of our destruction. What they can't do with guns and terror, they seek to do with seduction.

Public Corruption at the U.S.-Mexico Border

June 20, 2011
The greatest cost and symptom of our demise as a nation is the lasting affect these criminal gangs have on our system of law and justice. The corruption these gangs bring to our public institutions is the greatest threat to America.

Video: Mexican Army Seizes Narco Tanks Near Texas Border

June 9, 2011
A drug cartel created armored vehicles by converting trucks that can withstand fire from .50-caliber machine guns and grenades. The vehicles are covered with one-inch thick steel plating, air-conditioned and are sized to hold 20 armed combatants.

Mexican Drug Cartel's Narco Tank

June 9, 2011

The Mexican Army seized a pair of narco tanks used in the battle between the Los Zetas and Gulf cartels to control drug trafficking routes into Texas. Note: This video clip courtesy of Porvenirtv is narrated in Spanish.

Arizona Deputy Arrested, Linked to Mexican Cartel

May 26, 2011
Deputy Alfredo Navarrette, 37, served in a special unit designed to target human smugglers moving through Maricopa County. Sheriff's detention officers Sylvia Najera, 25, and Marcella Hernandez, 28, were also arrested. Sheriff Joe Arpaio called his deputies' alleged actions "despicable."

Mexico Captures Gulf Cartel Leader at Birthday Party

May 23, 2011
Mexican authorities announced the capture Gilberto Barragan Balderas, one of the leaders of one of Mexico's most active drug trafficking organizations, the Gulf Cartel.

Cartel Operators Used Indian Reservation As Smuggling Pass-Through

May 19, 2011
Acting in coordination with a southwestern Arizona Native American tribe, the Drug Enforcement Administration arrested 27 of 46 suspected members of the Sinaloa drug cartel who smuggled illegals and drugs through reservation land.

16 Mexican Officers Accused of Aiding Cartels

April 15, 2011
Sixteen Mexican police officers have been arrested for allegedly protecting drug-cartel gangsters suspects in the grisly slaying of more than 120 people whose bodies were found in mass graves near Tamaulipas in northern Mexico.

Mexican Cartels Escalating Presence In New York

April 11, 2011
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement went from spending 13,472 hours in 2009 to more than 30,000 hours last year. The feds are also seizing record amounts of firearms and cash. In 2009, the feds seized more than $35 million and 57 firearms.
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