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Mexican President Vows Swift Action After Cartel Gunmen Kill General

Mexico’s president claimed to be moving a large deployment of soldiers to one of his country’s most violent states, Zacatecas. The deployment follows a cartel attack where gunmen killed one of the top leaders of Mexico’s National Guard. During a news conference, Mexico’s President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) revealed that he is deploying a … Read more

Mexican Border City Cops Ambushed by Cartel Armored Convoy

Cartel Gunmen in a convoy of armored vehicles ambushed a group of local police officers in a Mexican state just miles south of the Texas border. The ambush led to a fierce shootout where authorities managed to seize three vehicles — some with heavy armoring. The ambush took place on Thursday shortly after 2 p.m. … Read more

‘Mexican Drug Cartels Are Controlling Our Southern Border, Not the Federal Government’

Representative Pat Fallon (R-TX) said Friday on Fox News Channel’s “The Faulkner Focus” that he believed the Biden administration lost control of the U.S.-Mexico border, which is now being run by “Mexican drug cartels.” On the Biden administration’s border policies, Fallon said, “They said he inherited this problem. Let’s look at the numbers and data. This … Read more

Mexican Presidents Ignored DEA Intel on 43 Murdered Students

Recorded conversations between drug traffickers intercepted by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) in 2014 give clues about the fates of 43 students who disappeared at the hands of Mexican authorities and crime lords on September 26 of that year in Guerrero. The information about the massacre is again causing political headaches for those in power … Read more

Mexican woman allegedly killed for her organs after online courtship gone bad

WARNING: Details in this story are graphic. The remains of a Mexican woman who traveled to Peru to pursue a romantic relationship with a medical student she met online washed up on a beach earlier this month and authorities believe her organs may have been harvested.  Blanca Arellano, 51, told her family she was taking … Read more

16th Mexican Journalist Killed in 2022

Gunmen in Mexico killed a journalist in Veracruz and another was reported missing. The murder comes at a time when press freedom organizations label the country as one of the most dangerous for journalists. Earlier this week, unknown gunmen shot and killed Pedro Pablo Kumul Amaya, a multimedia reporter with AX Multimedios in Veracruz. While … Read more

Dog carrying severed hand leads to more than 50 bags of human remains found in Mexican state

A dog was spotted running through Mexico with a severed human hand in its mouth, which ended up leading to the discovery of 53 bags of human remains buried in the ground. The discovery was made in late October during the El Cervantino festival in Guanajuato, a violent Mexican state impacted by drug cartels. People … Read more

10 Central Mexican Cartel Gunmen Die in Police Clashes

Clashes in the central Mexican state of Guanajuato killed at least 10 gunmen and injured several police officers. The large-scale bloodshed comes at a time when two hyperviolent cartels fight for turf while officials try to minimize the chaos in recent weeks. A shootout took place on Sunday in Celaya, Guanajuato, where gunmen in two … Read more

Mexican cartel sanctioned by US treasury over rainbow fentanyl distribution

The U.S. Treasury Department announced on Thursday it had sanctioned La Nueva Familia Michoacana, a Mexican drug cartel it says is behind the increasing presence of rainbow fentanyl in the United States.  Rainbow fentanyl comes in a “variety of bright colors, shapes and sizes and is made to attract children and young users,” the department … Read more

Famous Mexican Search And Rescue Dog Frida Dies

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Frida, a yellow Labrador retriever rescue dog that gained fame in the days following Mexico’s Sept. 19, 2017, earthquake has died, Mexico’s navy announced Tuesday. Clad in goggles and neoprene booties, Frida became a symbol of hope following the earthquake that left more than 300 people dead in Mexico City and … Read more