El Desmadre de las Armas Preferidas

Sep 15th, 2010 | By Michel Marizco | Category: General News, Organized Crime, Politics
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THE BORDER REPORT

Readers of BorderReporter are no strangers to the stories that surface on a daily basis of clashes between Mexico’s cartels and the state. But some of you may find certain elements of this report I co-authored on firearms trafficking to Mexico interesting. Funded by the Mexico Institute at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and the Trans-Border Institute at the University of San Diego, my colleague, Colby Goodman and I set out to establish the parameters of the trafficking debate, since so often, the numbers are roughly generalized and given little context.

We wanted to pinpoint the numbers, the costs of weapons once they leave the U.S., the kinds of weapons most sought after by the cartels in Mexico; what the real figures are behind those vague “thousands of guns” figures that are always thrown about. This is our attempt at introducing some clarity into the discussion and I think, overall, we proved successful.

These are some of our findings:

From 2007 to 2009, Mexican authorities nabbed about 60,000 U.S.-origin firearms.

In fiscal 2009, ATF tracked 4,976 firearms that were trafficked to Mexico. Compare that to the 14,923 tracked between fiscal 2005 and fiscal 2009 and you get a sense of the demand increase south of the border.

Looking at the top two firearms recovered in Mexico that had been purchased in the U.S. in the past three years were the Romanian AK-47 style and Bushmaster AR-15 clones.

We also looked at specific gun crime.

Finally, we looked at some of the problems and challenges that the U.S. and Mexico face. For example, Mexico has not been efficient in submitting firearm trace requests to ATF even in spite of the conditions put upon Mexico by the Merida Agreement. From conversations with individual ATF agents, it appears agents occasionally face obstruction in referring cases for prosecution in the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, which last year reinstated its outbound inspection teams at the ports of entry, does not have the infrastructure or the staff to cover all the ports. For example, of the 110 southbound lanes leading out of the U.S., only 52 have some sort of license plate reader and while CBP won’t discuss its management of staffing individual lanes, I know from personal account of crossing the border almost daily that agents are not consistently monitoring southbound traffic.

You can download a pdf of our report here.

Oh by the way, so I hear Gulf people are now moving in to Chihuahua City at Shorty Guzmán’s request to back Noel Salgueiro against La Linea. Is this correct?

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  1. way to introduce the name of Sinaloa to the Aussies http://www.milenio.com/node/530752

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    El Ventilador Reply:

    Go to the real source:

    ONE of the world’s most powerful organised crime syndicates, Mexico’s Sinaloa cartel, has infiltrated Australia, importing up to half of the cocaine used on the nation’s east coast over the past two years.
    Australian and overseas policing officials suspect the cartel – which is headed by Mexico’s most-wanted man – dominated Australia’s illicit cocaine trade by the time authorities intercepted a 240-kilogram importation in June.
    Police believe that figures working for the Sinaloa cartel had smuggled about half a tonne of cocaine a month into Australia over the previous 30 months.
    Discovery of the cartel’s operations has confirmed the ease with which international criminal syndicates have penetrated Australia’s maritime borders and the struggle facing the nation’s authorities to fight them.
    It has also highlighted how the surging numbers of Australian cocaine users is helping enrich a network responsible for the deaths of thousands of Mexicans and the destabilisation of the Mexican state.
    The Sinaloa cartel is controlled by billionaire drug lord Joaquin ”El Chapo” Guzman. Its clashes with rival drug syndicates fuel unprecedented bloodshed and corruption in Mexico.
    More than 28,000 people have died in Mexico since 2006, when President Felipe Calderon ordered 50,000 soldiers to join police in a ”drug war” that some senior Mexican officials now believe has been lost.
    US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton recently said Mexico’s drug cartels were beginning to resemble an insurgency. ”It’s looking more and more like Colombia looked 20 years ago, when the narco-traffickers controlled certain parts of the country,” she said.
    International law enforcement agencies, including the US Drug Enforcement Agency, believe the Sinaloa cartel has established a well-financed and highly organised franchise in Australia.
    The cartel is believed to have sent operatives to Sydney to set up the cocaine importation enterprise.
    The Sinaloa cartel’s Australian operations took a hit in June, when a joint operation involving the federal police, the New South Wales Crime Commission, NSW Police and customs led to the seizure of a 240-kilogram shipment of cocaine.
    It was the nation’s fifth-biggest cocaine seizure, worth at least $83 million.
    It is understood the cocaine was produced in South or central America and then shipped from Mexico to the Port of Melbourne, where the syndicate planned to send it to Sydney using a truck.
    Four men were charged in connection to the bust, although none are considered senior syndicate figures.
    The bust has led to a temporary increase in the price of cocaine in Australia, although policing officials believe those behind the importations will regroup and import again.
    Among the Australian crime networks that sourced the cocaine from the Sinaloa shipment are members of the syndicate recently targeted in one of Australia’s most successful organised crime investigations, Operation Hoffman.
    Last month The Age revealed that Operation Hoffman – a two-year, multi-agency probe led by the Australian Crime Commission – exposed an international drug importation network of Chinese triads, Comanchero bikies, corrupt officials and waterfront workers.
    Operation Hoffman and the Sinaloa-linked bust in June highlight the transnational reach and extraordinary wealth of Australian organised crime syndicates, as well as the unprecedented domestic demand for illicit drugs such as cocaine and ecstasy.
    Cocaine use has surged across Australia over the past two years. The NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research recently claimed that from April 2008 to March this year, cases of possessing and using cocaine in NSW rose 55.5 per cent.
    In Victoria last year, about 243 kilograms was seized by state and federal police, up from 127 kilograms the year before and 65 times more than in 2005-06.
    In June, the Australian Crime Commission, the country’s peak criminal intelligence agency, launched fresh probes into cocaine trafficking and criminality throughout the maritime sector.
    The AFP and NSW police are also working towards launching a police taskforce to tackle crime on the NSW waterfront. No similar moves are planned for Victoria, despite evidence of corruption on Victorian wharves.
    Many senior police regard as inadequate the federal government’s efforts to fight large-scale drug importations and corruption on the waterfront.

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  2. El Chapo helping eliminate crime, corruption, extortion, and drug dealers in Chihuahua City.

    http://lapolaka.com/2010/09/15/el-chapo-pone-dedo-a-reyes-baeza/

    http://lapolaka.com/2010/09/13/con-la-soga-al-cuello/

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    El Ventilador Reply:

    Además el F1 también llego a Chihuahua

    http://lapolaka.com/2010/09/14/rodadero-de-cabezas-en-la-linea/

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    ilegal Reply:

    dicen que van a salvar Chihuahua, pinches matones culeros, quieren disfrazar asesinatos masivos como justicia.

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    agrev Reply:

    its just a coincedence that since el patas cortas people have been trying to get to Juarez now Chihuahua ( capital esta muyyy alineada) that all this shit started .. .coincidencias nomas vvd?? pinche enano te crees robin hood o que wei ni tu te crees tu no ellos si . . tu si eres bueno ellos no . . si wei yyy a los que se les hace _facil_ creerlo nomas para no averiguar que a el no le gusta trabajar ni respetar . .

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  3. Having traveled thousands of miles all over Mexico by bicycle, I always thought it was funny that if you ever dealt with a cop in any way, i.e. asking directions, checkpoints, or being yelled at for going the wrong way down a one-way street (which I do at every opportunity, I’ll go a block out of my way just for the rush), the one thing they ALWAYS ask you is if you’re carrying weapons.

    Growing up on the Border we knew it was verboten to carry a firearm of any sort, so I carry a big cast-iron skillet, mainly because I hate doing dishes and cast-iron can be cleaned with sand and just a little water and a paper towel at the end (any water carried reduces your capacity for carrying Beer/Booze, so it is regarded rightly as a very precious resource, not to be squandered on such trivial things as cleaning).

    Another buddy had a fairly large custom-made knife for “gutting” chiles that had a spoon-type thing at the opposite end of the blade’s handle so you could cut off the stem, slice down the chile, and then use the pommel to scrape out all the meat and seeds in one smooth motion, even without a cutting board (or found-by-the-side-of-the-road torn off mudflap).

    A third friend was a carpenter and had this cool claw-hammer that had a short spike welded onto the top and a spray-painted orange handle that was sized for a Mexican roll of toilet paper (They’re Different!) that was great for digging your own private latrine and easy to see at the edge of camp in the middle of the night, stabbed into the ground.

    Anybody else that traveled with us was left to their own devices, but we made sure they understood the gravity of the statement, “Absolutely No Fookin’ Guns”

    When the Cops inevitably ask you if you have any weapons (and it doesn’t matter which way you’re going or where you are), and you pull out a skillet, a knife/spoon, and a screwed-up hammer with a roll of toilet paper stuck on the handle, they fookin’ laugh their asses off every time.

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  4. Border Wars on Nat Geo!!! Great show!!!

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  5. Te doy mucho credito Marizco por el reporte. I know the effort that goes into putting together a product like that. It’s just not good reading like some of your other work but don’t think it wasn’t noted.

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  6. VIVA EL CHAPO, LOL!!! Dolores Hidalgo, 16 de septiembre (apro).- Al mismo tiempo que amanecía en la Cuna de la Independencia Nacional, ante una plaza semivacía y sin librarse de las rechiflas, el presidente Felipe Calderón repitió las palabras que el cura Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla pronunció al anunciar el inicio del movimiento que culminó en la Independencia de México.

    “¡Uleeeero…uleeeero!”, se escuchó entre el público impaciente, entre los que había muchos desvelados que durmieron en la misma plaza, minutos antes de la ceremonia que encabezó Calderón con su esposa Margarita Zavala y sus hijos en los escalones de la Parroquia de Dolores.

    Un par de horas antes, en la misma plaza había concluido el baile con la Banda del Recodo y la Sonora Santanera, en un esfuerzo por mantener a la multitud reunida –y despierta- para el acto oficial.

    Del otro lado de Calderón estuvieron el gobernador Juan Manuel Oliva; el senador priísta Francisco Arroyo Vieyra; el presidente de la Suprema Corte, Guillermo Ortiz Mayagoitia; el presidente de la mesa directiva de la Cámara federal ,Jorge Carlos Ramírez, así como los secretarios de Gobernación, Francisco Blake Mora y de Educación, Alonso Lujambio.

    “Llegó el momento de nuestra emancipación, ha sonado la hora de nuestra libertad, y si conocéis su gran valor, me ayudaréis a defenderla de la garra ambiciosa de los tiranos…pocas horas me faltan para que me veáis marchar a la cabeza de los hombres que se precian de ser libres…los invito a cumplir este deber, de suerte que sin patria ni libertad, estaremos siempre a mucha distancia de la verdadera felicidad”, leyó Calderón, al repetir las palabras de Hidalgo dichas hace 200 años según la versión de Pedro García, contemporáneo del prócer.

    Y continuó: “Preciso ha sido dar el paso que ya sabéis, y comenzar por algo que ha sido necesario, la causa es santa y Dios la protegerá…Viva pues la virgen de Guadalupe, viva la América por la cual vamos a combatir…”.

    Frente a Calderón, por cierto, fueron acomodados en la primera fila de invitados del sector oficial los obispos de las diócesis de Celaya, Benjamín Castillo, y de Irapuato, José de Jesús Martínez Cepeda.

    Después de esta lectura, el presidente vitoreó a los héroes, a algunos de los cuales agrupó de tres en tres en esta arenga:

    “¡Vivan los héroes que nos dieron patria y libertad, viva Hidalgo, viva Morelos, viva Allende, viva Josefa Ortiz de Domínguez, vivan Aldama, Bravo y Matamoros, vivan Abasolo, Galeana y Jiménez; vivan Moreno, Mina y Rosales; vivan Vicente Guerrero, Leona Vicario y Guadalupe Victoria; vivan todos los héroes de la Independencia, viva la Independencia nacional, viva el bicentenario de la Independencia, viva el centenario de la revolución, viva México!”.

    La gente que apenas ocupó una parte de la plaza logró responder, pero su entusiasmo fue más evidente cuando de entre ellos surgieron los gritos de “¡Viva Dolores Hidalgo!” y cuando comenzaron a corear las canciones de José Alfredo Jiménez, el compositor nacido en esta ciudad.

    Mientras tanto, rodeado de funcionarios del gobierno estatal que fueron acomodados en el atrio de la parroquia y otros invitados, Felipe Calderón saludó a un contingente de niños de preescolar vestidos con faldas, rebozos, huaraches, sombreros y gabanes, que fueron acomodados en medio del atrio para que agitaran la paloma de hule espuma que sostenían en la mano.

    Inmediatamente después de la arenga, ya con la luz del día sobre esta plaza, de entre la multitud surgieron otros gritos, los gritos de la realidad: “¡Viva el Chapo!”, “¡Muera el mal gobierno!”.

    En cuanto el presidente terminó de saludar a su paso rumbo a los vehículos que lo esperaban para trasladarlo al helicóptero en el que volvió de inmediato a la Ciudad de México, los dolorenses y funcionarios se retiraron de la plaza.

    Atrás quedaron las calles desiertas.

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    sylvia Reply:

    Thank you for this powerful account. and Juarez? The mayor looked down at the crowd to celebrate El Grito, however the ground was void of people, no celebatory cheers, only fear in the air. a few hours later 8 persons killed at a private independence day party, another example why the grounds below the balcony was empty.

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  7. El Diario De Juarez’s reporter, murdered http://www.diario.com.mx/notas.php?f=2010/09/16&id=ce4294ba72e8bdee3af623239e4250da

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  8. Ilegal keep it short and simple that was very boring no offense.

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    edge of 17 Reply:

    Is this short enough for you ? Go away !

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  9. Jerry nobody cares about that mierda you posted.Boring!!!!!

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    ilegal Reply:

    don’t worry, I don’t give a flying fook about what you think about me.

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  10. Ilegal i was just kidding if i wanted to break your balls i would tells yous to get yer freaking shinebox

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    ilegal Reply:

    i don’t shoe shine no more, lol!!

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  11. Edge of my macana 13 why dont you go back to snitching for Mark Daniels loser

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    Kris Reply:

    Eof ignore him. Just a wanna be .

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  12. Kris=bucha

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  13. http://www.sipse.com/noticias/65732-reportan-captura-hector-beltran-leyva-puebla.html

    Agencias
    MÉXICO, D.F.- LA Armada de México desplegó un fuerte operativo en el complejo habitacional Concepción Buenavista, ubicado en la Calzada Zavaleta, en Puebla, informa el sitio web de El Universal.

    El sitio SDP noticias informa que “la persona capturada el día de hoy a las 6:30 de la tarde en Puebla por la Marina Mexicana se trataría del actual líder del cártel Beltrán Leyva, Héctor Beltrán Leyva, alias “El H”, de acuerdo a reportes proporcionados a SDPNoticias”.

    La detención, llevada a cabo en la Calle Retorno 1 Norte, Número 20, Colonia Concepción Buenavista, se llevó a cabo en medio de un fuerte operativo en donde marinos rodearon completamente la colonia y fueron apoyados por helicópteros

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    vinotinto Reply:

    http://sdpnoticias.com/sdp/contenido/nacional/2010/09/14/1010/1117214

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  14. Michel, lei tu informe y un articulo que hace referencia a tu informe.
    http://www.eluniversal.com.mx/notas/708061.html
    Como estudio es muy bueno porque sienta las bases y hace referencia a las organizaciones y departamentos involucrados, tambien hace referencia a numeros oficiales y establece en “papel” los antecedentes y tendencias. Sin embargo los numeros son algo confusos ya que no dimensiona el impacto economico y/o el numero de armas que son ilegalmente introducidas a Mexico. Entiendo que el numero de armas es muy dificil de precisar pero viendo los numeros del informe me quedan dudas.
    Por ejemplo: El Universal en su encabezado dice: “Narco recibió 15 mil armas de EU
    Revela un informe que las armas, que entraron al país de 2005 a 2009 y entre las que predominan las de estilo militar y munición, son empleadas para atacar a la policía, funcionarios y periodistas en México”
    15 mil armas????? nada mas??? Yo se que ese numero no lo sacaste tú, sino lo aportaste como dato ofrecido por ATF, pero este encabezado y el numero esta muy fuera de toda lógica.
    El otro dato aportado en el informe es el siguiente: “In May 2010, for example, the Mexican government, which has received training from ATF to better identify firearms, said that of the 75,000 firearms it seized in the last three years about 80 percent, or 60,000 firearms, came from the United States.” Este dato no concuerda con el dato anterior: La ATF dice que en 5 años se enviaron 15 mil armas a Mexico y Mexico dice que en 3 años se incautaron 60,000 armas provenientes de E.U., hay una enorme diferencia. Por otro lado si suponemos que se incautaron 60,000 armas o sea un promedio de 20,000 armas por año, cual es la verdadera magnitud del problema? Y las que no se han incautado? Vamos a suponer que solo se incaute el 20% de las armas introducidas ilegalmente a Mexico, esto nos daría: 100,000 armas ilegales al año?
    De cuanto $$$ estamos hablando? y las municiones? Entonces si vemos mas datos de tu informe por ejemplo este: ATF later determined that 23 buyers had purchased 339 firearms. Esto quiere decir que en sus informes la ATF esta identificando sólo a unas personas como los “grandes” brokers de armas, pero si estamos hablando de mas de 20,000 ó 100,000 armas al año no son personas los que estan llevando a cabo este trafico. Bueno, son solo dudas y comentarios, Felicidades.

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    Michel Reply:

    lln:
    Gracias por expresar tu opinion sobre el reportaje. En respuesta, en primera parte, las estadisticas que sacamos solo enseñan una version de la realidad. No son la ultima realidad. Es decir, no se sabe cuantas armas fueron traficados a Mexico; solo se sabe los que se identifacaron.
    1. Creo que El Universal uso el numero 15,000 por que el ATF documento 14,923 armas que fueron traficados a Mexico desde fiscal 2005 y 2009. Esos solo son armas que identificaron los de la ATF; no son las armas que realmente fueron traficados.
    2. Existe la diferencia entre los 15,000 y 60,000 por que no se sabe cuando importaron las armas a Mexico. Se sabe que 14,923 (por lo menos) fueron importados en 2009. Mexico confisco los de mas y los entrego a ATF.
    3. Los precios.
    Tienes razón; ATF no a capturado a un “Viktor Bout” estadounidense o Mexicano. En los expedientes de los casos que vimos, los traficantes de armas fueron relativamente pagados muy poco. Por ejemplo, a Juan Valdez, el traficante de Las Vegas, El Teo de Tijuana solo le pago $100,000 y trafico mas de 22 armas, incluso en ellos, un Barrett .50-caliber sniper rifle y 12 AK-47 drum magazines.

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    Tu Padre Reply:

    “El Teo de Tijuana solo le pago $100,000″

    Juan Valdez se rayo con ese dinero.

    Drum Magazines 50 at 100 each = 5000
    Ak 47’s 22 at 500 each = 11000
    Barrett 50 cal 1 at 2000 = 2000
    Various Amo 400 at 5 a box = 2000
    Total Investment = $20,000 give or take 3k (sold for 100k)
    Profit = $80k
    Do you know how much coke/meth you have to sell and the risk involved to make 80K. Everyone wants to rob a drug dealer but no one is dumb enough to rob a gun dealer beacause he has guns..

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    ilegal Reply:

    $2,000 bucks for a .50 cal Barrett rifle? (semi auto i assume) where can a get one of those at that price?

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    Tu Padre Reply:

    It stated sniper rifle. What that means is bolt action with a scope I don’t live in vegas but before Arnold banned them here they were going for $1700. I rounded it up. Also, if it would have been a semi auto, I have seen them for as much as 12k. That would still put you at 70k profit.

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    ilegal Reply:

    i thought it was an M82.

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  15. Cae en Matamoros, Tamaulipas Ezequiel Cardenas Guillen alias “Tony Tormenta” lider del Cartel Del Golfo, , al parecer tambien cayo el tercer operador en importancia del Cartel Del Golfo el de alias conocido como “El Tyson” o el “M3 (metro tres)”, se reportan decenas de muertos entre ellos varios militares aqui el enlace

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  16. Never mind i guess it was not him.http://el-blog-del-terror.blogspot.com/2010/09/lo-desmienten-dicen-que-no-era-tony.html

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  17. I hope they don’t get upper level Gulf members, that can’t help get rid of the Z’s. I guess we’ll see.

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  18. The gun show is on at the Pima County Fair Grounds today and tomorrow. Go and watch the individual sales….It is too obvious….anglo girl (looking TD’s ish) buying guns,going out to the car and handing it over to a guy,getting more money and heads back in….over and over

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    paul reithmayer Reply:

    And you don’t think the ATF is watching for that.Your pics are being taking when you go into the show.Your on monitors the whole time.They’ll also pull that one to see if you’ll sell a gun without looking at or asking for AZ ID
    Ask the Mexican cops who got busted for buying ammo at the show in Phoenix a few years back.
    Straw buyers at gun shops are more the problem.

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  19. http://www.diario.com.mx/notas.php?f=2010/09/19&id=ce557112f34b187454d7b6d117a76cb5

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  20. http://www.trentonian.com/articles/2009/08/13/news/doc4a83829b1943f515662069.txt
    Are these people still in the mix?

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  21. Ruiz from Jaimie Figueroa fame?

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  22. tony tormenta was caputred……………………………..and it says m3 was captured…..WHo is m3?

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    08 sil Reply:

    Where do it say he was captured?…m3 is metro 3 his underboss

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    JrMaFia Reply:

    go to google and type in tony tormenta and click the news tab………….narco de blog is reporting it also

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    08sil Reply:

    its was just a rumor

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  23. http://www.riodoce.com.mx/content/view/6670/1/

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  24. Mexico Killed In Drug Deal
    http://www.theonion.com/articles/mexico-killed-in-drug-deal,18109/?ref=nf

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  25. Do you guys think la revista del Proceso is starting to be a jinx on all the capos that are placed on the front cover? Of course aside from Mayo and Chapo because I’m pretty sure they’re protected by the presidency. However, Nacho was placed on there and then shortly captured. Now El Coss has been placed and I think will he be the next one to go down? The article also revealed that CDG and CDS only have a truce and not an alliance so I can see CDS making a move on them once they weaken the Zetas to the point of extinction.

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  26. I guess only those close know if Tormenta and M3 were captured/killed, I kinda doubt it, this would be a big win for Calderon, ep. so close on the heels of Barbie, El Grande, so I’m guessing he would have been presented by now if he was captured. It hasn’t been confirmed yet, as far as I’m concerned.

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  27. Maybe they haven’t been presented yet cuz they screwed the last one up so bad.

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    J Reply:

    I assume you are referring to Barbie, but they got El Grande last week or so, and he was presented, so I don’t know if I buy that. It could be my wishful thinking, I just don’t want to see the Gulf damaged and the Z’s rise in power, but I heard/read that Tormenta was like a Javier Francisco Arellano, a big name, but not much else.

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  28. It will be important for mr guzman to have good relations with the Tamaulipas crowd after the next election. The Tamaulipas crowd and the baja California crowd have always had the favor of the pri machine.

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  29. MEXICO KILLED IN A DRUG DEAL http://www.theonion.com/articles/mexico-killed-in-drug-deal,18109/

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  30. What do you think about this :

    ¿Calderón pudo morir?
    September 21, 2010

    — 12:00 am
    La Presidencia de la República no ha aclarado cuál fue el riesgo real, si lo hubo, para el Jefe del Estado mexicano Felipe Calderón tras la falla registrada en la aeronave en la que viajaba ayer durante una gira por Veracruz.

    Los ciudadanos tenemos derecho a saber si el problema del mecanismo del helicóptero Súper Puma de la Fuerza Aérea puso en riesgo la vida del mandatario o se trató de un evento menor.

    ¿Fue una dificultad propia del desgaste al que ha sido sometida la máquina, un error provocado por alguien lo que significaría un atentado o una producción garcíalunesca con efectos mediáticos?.

    Para que no quepan ni éstas ni otras dudas el propio General Jesús Javier Castillo Cabrera, Jefe del Estado Mayor Presidencial, debería dar luces.

    Pero no, no mi General, no al estilo de su disciplinado antecesor José Armando Tamayo Casillas, responsable del área en el sexenio de Vicente Fox, quien alguna vez fue orillado por Martha Sahagún para emitir un comunicado en el que se aseguró que sus hijos, los de ella, no ocupaban las aeronaves con fines personales.

    Varios pilotos y sobrecargos que padecían a los hijastros del primer mandatario decían lo contrario, pero no con un comunicado que de haberse emitido los hubiese dejado sin trabajo y en prisión en el acto.

    Apenas en marzo pasado fue reformado el Reglamento del grupo de militares encargados de garantizar la seguridad del Presidente de la República, espurio o no.

    El artículo 4, del capitulo segundo, concerniente a las misiones generales y la organización indica que el Estado Mayor Presidencial tiene como objetivo principalísimo el “garantizar la seguridad del Presidente de la República, de su familia, de los mandatarios y altos funcionarios extranjeros que visiten el territorio nacional, de los ex Presidentes de la República, y de otras personas que por la importancia de su cargo o encomienda, o por su situación, expresamente ordene el titular del Ejecutivo Federal”.

    Esto lo conoce perfectamente el General de Brigada, quien al igual que Calderón cuenta con maestría en Administración Pública.

    Ayer en Boca del Río, como desde hace más de 4 años en que se convirtió en su sombra, Castillo estaba pegado a Calderón, supo de una señal “anormal” en el tablero de control y cambió a su jefe de aeronave llevándose también a la señora Margarita Zavala y los secretarios de Desarrollo Social, Heriberto Félix Guerra, y de Salud, José Angel Córdova Villalobos.

    ¿Verdad que no es normal que un aparato de esos, con riguroso mantenimiento periódico en México y Estados Unidos, de la nada comience a emitir humo por las turbinas?.

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    ilegal Reply:

    ojala y se lo hubiera cargado el payaso al inutil del espurio, Aponte Polito para presidente y Julian Leyzaola para procurador de justicia, esos si tienen tanates, lol!

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    Mario Reply:

    Esos compas si jalan parejo contra todos, hasta con sus mismos elementos.

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    08sil Reply:

    SIMON MEXICO NECESITA MAS COMO EL JULIA LEZAOLA …HERES SOMETHING I READ OM HIM http://www.zetatijuana.com/html/Edicion1902/Principal.html

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    ilegal Reply:

    checate este tambien de Leyzaola http://www.zetatijuana.com/html/EdicionActual/Reportajez_Los_horrores_del_narcotrafico.html

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  31. o como esta gente http://www.laparadadigital.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=28791:sigue-el-grito-en-asension-ahora-corren-a-policias-corruptos-y-miedosos&catid=6:noticias-destacadas

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  32. The Mexican government just proves what Americans 200 million gun owners have been preaching for years

    Death By ”Gun Control”

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  33. el cartel de la sierra is going down http://www.proceso.com.mx/rv/modHome/detalleExclusiva/83677

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  34. GOVERNMENT DEATH SQUADS?

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    Tu Padre Reply:

    I agree, same as in TJ.

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  35. quemadon para la procu en Chihuahua, lol! Se contradice en el Caso Choco y presenta como sospechoso del homicidio un sujeto que ya murió ahorcado en su celda del Cereso
    CIUDAD JUAREZ.- La PGR podría presentar un chivo expiatorio para salir al paso de las presiones y resolver mediáticamente el asesinato de Armado Rodriguez El Choco.
    En boletines oficiales con relacion al homicidio del periodista, se maneja el detenido de nombre Hugo Valenzuela Castañeda, quien fue detenido por robo de vehiculo y supuestamente está internado en el Cereso local.
    Solo que Hugo Valenzuela murió recientemente “ahorcado” dentro de su celda.
    Otra mentira es que la persona que supuestamente ordenó la ejecucion, Diego Antonio Hernandez apodado “El Diego” , según el boletin fallecio en ejecucion en 2009 y actualmente está bajo investigacion como responsable del coche bomba que dejo 3 muertos y pintas contra las corporaciones policiacas.
    El Diego es un ex agente ministerial que formó parte del grupo anti secuestros y relacionado de manera cercana con la procuradora Patricia ” Gaga” Rodriguez.

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  36. IF I GROW 20 TONS OF MOTA IN ZACATECAS AND SELL IN SONORA AND IT WINDS UP IN L A IM IN A CONSPIRACV
    BUT IF THE GRINGOS SELL 1000 AK 47 IN LA \
    AND THEY WIND UP IN SINOLA ITS FREE ENTERPRISE??

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  37. MEXICO SHOULD CHARGE THE MANUFACTURES IN US

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  38. GUN SELLE RS IN US = MURDER

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  39. BEANERS ARE EXPENDABLE IF WHITE PEOPLE MAKE MONEY??

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  40. los buenos de la guerra contra el narco http://www.proceso.com.mx/rv/modHome/detalleExclusiva/83634

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    08sil Reply:

    THAT SHIT IS TO FUNNY

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  41. Stay out of the Rio Altar area. It is getting ready to blow again.

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  42. Proposition 19, which would make California the first state in the nation to legalize the growth, sale and recreational use of pot, leads 47-42 percent in a SurveyUSA poll and 47-38 in a Public Policy Polling poll. Both polls had a high number of undecided voters: 11 percent in the SurveyUSA poll and 14 percent in the PPP poll.

    http://www.bpnews.net/BPnews.asp?ID=33737

    Coming soon 500 A POUND HOMEGROWN WEED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    El surfer Reply:

    it’s all ready gone from 5000 a lb of chronic to 2500 with the passage of the medical MJ act…

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    ilegal Reply:

    it’s no use, i wanted to buy 5 pounds of kush through a friend who has a medical card, for medical purposes of course, and he couldn’t even buy half a pound

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    El surfer Reply:

    I dont know where your at but up here in nor cal it;s every where. I can walk down the street at night and smell it. now its out door harvest time, the market will flood and the shit will be cheaper. last year I was surfing up by gualala and was offerd 1600 a pound 5 pound min. it was tasty shit but like others on this site Im retired.
    and about the Medical card last feb I was watering my coconut trees down in Mex burning a fatty when a couple of local police walked up behind me (scared the shit outta me) asked me if I had a med card I said Si showed it to them they thanked me and kept walking down the Beach. a couple of days later I ran into them at the local market bye my place I bought them a couple of nice cold..cawamas. Viva Mexico!!! now there my fishing buddies.

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    ilegal Reply:

    i’m in cali too, a week ago some fool tried to sell me a pound of high quality medicinal kush for….$8,000 bucks, can you believe that shit? who does he think i am? chapo or el mayo, lol!!!

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    D>_Nephew Reply:

    8000 for kush….ke no mame……..i just checked the commodities exchange and here are the current prices:

    Mexican Shwag: $150-300 a pound…..
    Mids: $800-1200 a pound….
    Good Shit: $1500- 2200 a pound…..

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    ilegal Reply:

    thanx for the update, ..agarraron al que iba a estar en lugar de nachito en Zapopan, o al menos esa bronca le achacan.

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    hop hop hop Reply:

    You are not buying good indoor og kush for 1500 to 2200. That shit is being sold in weight for 3,200. All the out door is pretty cheap, though. Mex swag? Who needs it. Wouldn’t touch that shit

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    ilegal Reply:

    i know, but i hate it when people try to sell you some like if it was the last pound of good quality medicine in the planet, stupid fookers, people like that always end up selling it for pennies on the dollar when start getting dry and old.

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    hop hop hop Reply:

    When it floods, they will sit on it til they have to sell it for nothing. That’s what they deserve for being greedy.

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    hop hop hop Reply:

    I had no idea you guys were in my area. Nice!

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    El surfer Reply:

    We’re like Sancho , we’re every where and nowhere…

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    ilegal Reply:

    Bam!! lol!

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    hop hop hop Reply:

    Ok, Rico Suave. Lol! Good one.

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    pues si Reply:

    theirs sum og master kushh..extra freshh.. goin for 4000 a pound..over here

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    hop hop hop Reply:

    Sorry, too much money. I can buy them for 3000.

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    ilegal Reply:

    how about some wiri, ya alcanzo los 2 a piece aca en cali?

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    hop hop hop!!!! Reply:

    Hmmm, I don’t know???? Fresh?

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    ilegal Reply:

    fresh? what do you mean?

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    ilegal Reply:

    is it true that they smoked el 12 like 3 days ago?

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    hop hop hop!!!! Reply:

    Did not hear that one.

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  43. CALGARY, ALBERTA–(Marketwire – Sept. 21, 2010) – BACANORA MINERALS LTD. (the “Corporation” or “Bacanora”) (TSX VENTURE:BCN) is pleased to announce a new borate discovery at the Represo Basin located between Santa Ana and Magdalena de Kino, Sonora in northern Mexico. This new Basin is located in an area where no previous exploration or drilling activity has occurred. This Basin is completely separate and apart from the Magdalena and Tubutama properties that Bacanora acquired in April 2010 (see the Corporation’s Filing Statement dated March 31, 2010 for a description of such properties).

    Gun play aside…Sonora is a rich place and Canadians with the help of some great geologists from Tucson are out there creating a real future for Sonora

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  44. RENUNCIA TODO EL CUERPO POLICIAL DE SARIC http://www.diariodeldesierto.com.mx/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=4262&Itemid=44

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    Jerry Reply:

    Illegal….they need to finish paving that last 12 miles from west of Saric to Sasabe. a guy could leave downtown Tucson at noon and be fishing or Corvina at Santo Tomas or headed down the new road to Puerto Libertad via Puerto lobos. in 4 hours or less….
    . so if all the Saric police quit does that make me safer/…from my experience I’d say yes

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    ilegal Reply:

    the thing is that, they may be quited because something big it’s going to happen, remember, there is a fight still going on for that region between los gilos and the guys with the big target marked on their trucks, ..i mean, the big X marked on their trucks, lol!!

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    talegon Reply:

    ay viene el tercer round

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    ilegal Reply:

    si, y como decimos en Culiacan, …culo de perro el que pierda!

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    talegon Reply:

    hace como tres semanas ke se andan chihuahuado a la gente del gilo…… ya traen entrado al amár ke le ace los depositos y ke le lleva comida a toda la gente del gilo

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  45. Anyone hear that the wife of murdered Cochise County rancher Robert Krentz and another woman were hit by a drunk driver last night while walking across the street after attending church in Douglas, AZ? I heard from a friend of the Krentz family that Sue is in bad shape. Whether that’s true or not, let’s hope for the best.

    Chris

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    hop hop hop!!!! Reply:

    Really? Wow! That whole thing was bullshit! Krentz? Never bought that story. Sorry.

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  46. Lo k me gustaria saber es donde estan las tiendas en el lado americano donde se venden las granadas y lanzagranadas?

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    Mario Reply:

    Esas se vienen de Centro Y Sudamerica, todavia quedan bastantes de las guerras.

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    ilegal Reply:

    asi es, mucho rpg-7, bazookas, cuernos y erres de rafaga, granadas de fragmentacion y de 40mm, morteros, minas antipersonales, todo es sobrante de las guerras de centro america (por eso muchas veces las granadas falla) y tambien entran armas que mandan las farc (eso desde los 90’s con los aretes) eso si, la gran mayoria de los rifles semi, pistolas, incluyendo rifles barrett 50’s vienen del gabacho, amen de casi todo el parque.

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  47. Chapo made the cover of Proceso #1769…
    will the jinx work?

    doubt it

    http://www.proceso.com.mx/rv/modHome/detalleExclusiva/83746

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    vinotinto Reply:

    http://www.proceso.com.mx/rv/hemeroteca/hemeroteca/1769

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    Mario Reply:

    Como dijo calderon en una entrevista hace poco , “hoy si vamos por el chapo”, haha, pero no va caer vivo, hay muchos politicos involucrados y culuidos con el cartel de sinaloa, aunque se miren rodeados pa mi antes que se acabe el sexenio de calderon a el chapo y al mayo los matan, no los van a dejar salir vivos.

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    ilegal Reply:

    no creo que el Mayo caiga antes de el sexenio del espurio, el chapo ta vez, mas no el Mayo.

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  48. http://www.opposeprop19.com/home.htm

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    hop hop hop Reply:

    Good thing that guy is already dead.

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  49. @ el cardian
    Who is Mark Daniels?

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    edge of 17 Reply:

    That’s what I want to know. Never heard of him.

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  50. this is one of the saddest pictures i’ve ever seen in the Juarez war so far http://www.laparadadigital.com/images/stories/Noticias2010/038EjecutadoLaParada.jpg

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  51. Estos hijos de p#@! no respetan!! Si estuviera vivo el aguila blanca no hubiera desmadre el si era de respeto y de palabra.

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  52. I am gonna stir up all the conservative haters today. I woke up in a crazy mood, after being gone for a couple days working. This is gonna be fun.

    I was watching CNN in my hotel the other night. Saw the president of Iran ranting about many things. The media portrays this guy as a racial Quack. It’s funny how many people in this country can’t think for themselves or are so misguided that they actually believe the bullshit the media feeds them. I’ll get back to the Iranian President rant in a minute. First I’ll act crazy for a little bit.

    When I was in prison, there are a group of inmates that love to believe that the government is conspiring to inslave the people. There are books rolling around the prison system such as “Alice in wonderland and the world trade center disaster” and “Children of the Matrix.’ These books were written by a gentlemen named David Icke. He definately has a strange twist on things. But one of his twists is that key U.S. government officials were involved in the Trade Center disaster. He does write some compelling stuff. But that isn’t what my rant is about this afternoon.

    Well, after spending some time on the net this morning, I read some things that I have been on my mind for a while. One, this country has been on a steady decline for years now. If you look at the border issue has steadily progressed since the Regan administration in the 80’s. Despite years of failed policy, our government has spent a fortune on the drug interdiction, which has not worked so far. Our 4th ammendment rights have been erroded. This country has encouraged a society of “spy on your neihbor” mentality. For what? I read this morning that drug use is on the rise in this country sharply. It’s funny how they blame this on the voters that have backed the Medical Marijuana initiatives in their states. I will say this plain and simple, this country’s drug policy has failed. It does not work. all it does is keep judges, prosecutors, clerks, cops and lawyers making a lot of money. It is disgusting how many lives have been eaten up in the court system.
    Ooh, I can feel the haters already!

    Now a few words about Mexico and the Puppet Calderon. What has happened in Mexico since Calderon took office in 2006 is totally disgusting. It has turned brother against brother, cop against cop, leader against leader. And all this has been funded by our governemnt. They are using our equipment and money that we all pay in taxes, while our country falls apart within. This country is losing ground everyday. Our government has money to do everything accept fix the problems within our own financial structure. It costs them 41 cents on top of every dolar ($1.40) spending. Basically, it equals a really bad investment that can’t ever be payed back. What does that equate to? Well, nothing good. Which brings me to another issue.

    This country’s super power days are numbered if something doesn’t happen soon. (soon, like last week) South and Central American country’s are already experiencing growth. Brazil, Chile, Puru, they are all rich in natural resources. Those countries economies are getting better by the day. Interstingly, other countries are actually following the countries that are on the black list, supposedly. Hugo Chavez and Iran are gaining support. In fact, Brazil sent Miss Clinton packing when she tried to get support for sanctions against Iran. Wow, wonder if everyone thinks the President of Iran is a cook?

    Which brings me back to Iran. I watched as the united states walked out of the U.N. meeting while the Iranian President was making a speach. I guess that Iran does not fall for the story that some bearded guy hatched a plan to hijack airliners to take down the world trade centers from a cave in hills of the golden triangle. Had to be. Our Government says so right? Interesting? I wonder if the rest of the world believes that?

    My son fought in Iraq. I support him. I support his best friend that was killed there. Proud of my son. But I have zero faith in what this country does. David Icke calls the American people Sheople. According to him, that the sheople of this country have fallen for the Problem Reaction Solution (P.R.S) many times. Our government creates a problem, reacts to it, then creates a solution, that usually has to do with errosian of our rights. They lie and tell us they know what is best for us.

    Remember, folks, Marijuana is really bad. It causes people to do really bad things, like eat too many twinkies. And it is a gateway drug, right? Lol!

    Well, I was in a weird mood this morning. Thought I would act a little crazy. See what some of my cyber friends have to say. Maybe I had too much time on my hands. I guess that I will break into my perscription of sour deisel and spend the rest of the morning doing what the rest of you are missing. Peace out!!!

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    lln Reply:

    Rabbit,
    Todos sabemos que la guerra de Irak no fue por el ataque a las torres gemelas (probably an inside job) . Irak “supuestamente” poseia armas de destruccion masiva pero como nunca encontraron esas armas entonces suponemos que la guerra se debio al Petroleo. Fue una guerra sin sentido, sólo por ambición. Nada de que estar orgulloso. I´m sorry.

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    fuzzy bunny Reply:

    Hey, I didn’t say iran wasn’t dangerous. I said that other countries believe individuals in this government could have had their hands in 911. Iran is dangerous. But other countries see the U.S fading fast. South and central america are turning around. But this country is in a rut. For the first time a Mexican, Carlos Slim, is the richest man in the world. Mexico is recovering better than the U.S. And this country is still hanging on to failed ideas. I am a beleiver that change is. Not meaning that the black man in the white house is all the change we need.

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    roberto ruiz Reply:

    los del 9/11 fue jale del Mossad, those fooking jews sons of bitches can’t live without war, that’s why they are always bitching about que otro pais los miro feo y que la ch!ngada, pinchis provocadores.

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    fuzzy bunny Reply:

    What would this world do without jews? Lol!

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    roberto ruiz Reply:

    we probably would do much better, but then, there would be no hooked nosed- organ harvesting hypocrites to hate and make fun of.

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    Mickey Martinez Reply:

    What’s wrong Bobby, Did a Jew steal your wife???

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    ilegal Reply:

    they stole a pair of old shoes from me, and a bag of trash I left on the curve, they also left a note asking if I wanted to enter their organ donor club, lol!

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    fuzzy bunny Reply:

    That is some funny shit. You are a sick man, you know that? Lol!

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    ilegal Reply:

    at least, i don’t go around the Gaza strip shooting young people so they can be taken to Israeli hospitals so they can harvest their organs, that’s some sick and twisted shit.

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    fuzzy bunny Reply:

    I agree, bro. They are some sick fooks

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    Jerry Reply:

    Rabbit the main reason i don’t buy these theories is I’ve never met anyone that can keep his mouth shut over a long time period………….
    i do question my sanity when i think to myself”hey that scrawny guy from Iran is making some good points”

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    hop hop hop Reply:

    That’s true, Jerry, but that isn’t what I meant. Its not what he looks like to us. Its how the rest of the world looks at him. Other countries believe some of this shit. The reason that was sold on the American people was total bullshit. Iran actually has a following. And this country is losing ground every day. That is all I am saying.

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    fuzzy bunny Reply:

    Furthermore, this government has kept several conspiracies quiet for a long time. There has always been someone speaking up that they play as a nut. I don’t know. It is all suspect. Do you trust and believe your government? Do you believe that a CIA plane crashed loaded with coke? Couldn’t be true, right? They are untrustworthy. And I say failed policy, is failed policy no matter how you slice it.

    Sorry, I am still medicated. I will comment more in a while.

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  53. check this shit out this is some funny shit la gente del chapo
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tObj6lV1XXs
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hNxmK3dChyo

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    drift Reply:

    im going to assume some of these pendejos were caught by La Linea and they found this little video, si pal pendejo no se estudio

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    hop hop hop Reply:

    No shit! What idiots. Stupid kids.

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    08sil Reply:

    Como grita el compa del segundo video como perro.

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  54. estos pendejos se pegaron un topon con los de la linea la semana pasada, la linea les venia dando bateria con puro g3 a larga distancia, y los pendejos cuando la vieron dura buscaron a los guachos para proteccion, y los guachos tambien les dieron fierro, los que quedaron vivos no pasan de esta semana que se los bailen los aztecas en el cherry, lo del segundo video, pobre migueito, a el y a los diez que andaban con el los pusieron de adorno en varios puentes de juaritoz, colgados del pezcueso.

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  55. NOGALES, Ariz. (KGUN9-TV) – If the FBI and Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard are right, the embattled mayor of Nogales is no small time crook. He’s a really big one.

    Late Tuesday afternoon Nogales Mayor Octavio Garcia-Von Borstel appeared before Santa Cruz County Justice of the Peace Mary Helen Maley to face multiple charges of corruption, fraud and bribery. Appearing with him was his father, 59 year old Octavio Garcia Suarez, who faces similar charges.

    Judge Maley set a bond of $250,000 for each defendant. The two will be able to get out of jail by paying 10% down. It was not clear by Tuesday evening whether the two would be able to post bond in time to avoid spending a night in jail.

    FBI agents took Garcia-Von Borstel into custody Tuesday morning, arresting him in his office at Nogales City Hall. Among the accusations: that the mayor took part in a scheme that ripped off Western Union to the tune of $3.2 million. And it doesn’t stop there.

    Goddard’s office issued a press release about the arrest around 10:00 AM Tuesday morning. The press release contained a statement from Nathan T. Gray, described as an FBI Special Agent in Charge of the Phoenix Division. The statement read, “Today’s arrest of Mayor Von Borstel has been a collaborative effort with the FBI’s Southern Arizona Corruption Task Force and the Arizona Attorney General’s Office…. When a public official allegedly commits criminal acts it erodes the public’s trust. The FBI and our law enforcement partners are determined to address public corruption at all levels of government.”

    The Attorney General’s press release confirmed the arrest. It also said that while that was happening, other agents executed search warrants at his home, business and city hall office.

    According to the press release, agents began investigating Garcia-Von Borstel five months ago. The release stated that mayor was “soliciting Nogales businesses to hire him as a business consultant as early as February 2009. At least one business admitted to the FBI that it was paying the mayor to use his official position to obtain business contracts and, specifically, to obtain new City of Nogales contracts, circumventing either open bidding or proper application processes.

    Garcia Von-Borstel’s father is in an equal amount of trouble. The press release stated that Garcia Suarez bilked his employer, Western Union, of $3.2 million in money orders, which the mayor then deposited into a bank account that he controlled. According to the statement, the father and son had already withdrawn more than half a million of that for their personal use before investigators froze the account.

    The press release quoted Attorney General Terry Goddard as saying, “These charges are serious violations of the law. Because some charges involve the official actions of an elected official, they violate the public trust…. Both the mayor and his father will be held accountable and prosecuted to the full extent of the law.”

    In court Tuesday afternoon, the mayor’s attorney told the media that the charges against Garcia-Von Borstel are nothing more than an election year ploy by Goddard, who is running for governor.

    The charges do not appear to be related to accusations documented in a 9 On Your Side investigation earlier this year. That investigation found that the mayor racked up thousands of dollars in expensive meals and trips, taken at taxpayer expense. The mayor refused repeated requests to speak with KGUN9 News about the charges, but insisted to other media that the expenses were justified, even though he never backed up that claim with documentation.

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  56. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tObj6lV1XXs&feature=player_embedded

    Did anyone see these sicarios from sinaloa in chihuaha kill these la linea sicarios and hang them from a bridge and leave a narco mantra

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    roberto ruiz Reply:

    esos duraron tres dias en chihuahua nada mas, lo unico que hicieron fue rafaguear una familia incluyendo una mujer embarazada y su hijita, despues se pegaron el cierre con la linea y terminaron uno muerto, otro herido y los demas en el bote, estoy hablando de hace como una semana.

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  57. What wrong with jews Rodent?-ur a lying looser-bigot.

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    fuzzy bunny Reply:

    I love jews you rat bastard.

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  58. it looks like it’s harvest time for the gringos http://www.eluniversal.com.mx/notas/712741.html

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  59. […] here to read the rest: El Desmadre de las Armas Preferidas – Border Reporter – News That … This entry was posted in I, SS, Uncategorized, and, at, bureau, credit, credito, de, don't, […]

  60. who does the herrera family from durango back in this war?

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    ilegal Reply:

    Chapo/Mayo.

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  61. For you Michel. If you did not know what they are saying.

    http://www.newsweek.com/2010/10/01/the-go-to-blogger-on-mexico-s-drug-wars.html?from=rss

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  62. michel,

    Considering what you do, you should really update us on whether you’re alive or not when you don’t post for an extended amount of time; people do care. As always, good reporting and best of luck.

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  63. Michel,

    I wonder how they get to this number:

    http://www.elimparcial.com/edicionimpresa/Hoy/General/863448.aspx

    Can you believe this?

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    El Gavacho Reply:

    Puro Bullshit (Mierda)

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  64. does anybody in here knows something about the massive execution in Santiago Papasquiaro, Durango, a day ago?

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  65. If an expert was ranking the major cartels in Mexico, from largest to smallest, in terms of power, money, influence, soldiers, how would they be ranked?

    Sinaloa
    CDG
    Los Zetas
    La Familia
    CPS/Beltran Leyva
    Tijuana
    Juarez

    Does that look right? I know Sinaloa is at the top, that’s not arguable, and CDG is near the top, but I had a hard time with the rest, except Juarez, I know that has to be low, because at their best the only had a small territory, and now they are fighting for that. Also, with all the hits they have taken should CPS near the bottom of the list, instead of near the middle?

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    wrong!!! Reply:

    # 1 mexican military
    #2 mexican federales
    #3 US DEA
    #4 colombia
    #5 US CIA

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  66. Autoridades estatales confirmaron la versión de un enfrentamiento en la región serrana de Santiago Papasquiaro y colindante con Otáez, cuyo saldo extraoficial fue de entre 12 y 14 presuntos sicarios sin vida.

    http://www.elsiglodedurango.com.mx/noticia/286098.enfrentamiento-deja-14-muertos.html

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  67. El narcotraficante Édgar Valdez Villarreal habría colaborado con las autoridades mexicanas desde mediados de 2008. Con un nivel jerárquico medio en el cártel de los Beltrán Leyva, la Barbie habría delatado a sus jefes y compañeros de la mafia desde un ilegal cautiverio, al que habría sido sometido al menos seis meses en el Campo Militar/

    http://contralinea.info/archivo-revista/index.php/2010/09/14/valdez-villarreal-la-barbie-testigo-protegido-desde-2008/

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  68. levantaron al guacho? o puro pedo

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    ilegal Reply:

    que segun le dieron piso.

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    culichi Reply:

    el mismo guacho apodado tambien el puma de los beltran leyva

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    D_Nephew Reply:

    NO SE CONFUNDAN ALUCINES ESTE GUACHO NO ES EL PUMA/ 28…..ESTE ES UNA LAKRA……DEAD WEIGHT….. EL GUACHO/PUMA/28 SE LLAMA SERGIO Y ES DE UN RANCHO DE NAVOLATO…. IGUALMENTE DE ALLI MERO ERA EL COMANDANTE MAGAÑA Y SU HERMANO FLAKO (RIP)…. ESTE PUTO DE ISRAEL SOLO ERA UN CAGA PALOS….. EL PUMA ES KOMPA DEL OSAMA Y SON LOS KE SIGUEN MOVIENDO MERCA Y OPERANDO PA LOS BELTRAN Y ESTAN ASOCIADOS CON LOS GONAZALES CP-1 Y CP-3 Y CON EL CHAPITO ISIDRO…….LA MOCHOMERA SIGUE AL MILLON….

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    Pepito Reply:

    D nephew alamejor sabes mas que yo pero el guacho (sergio de navolato) que tu dices es el ke lo agarraron con unos millonsitos y no el puma

    este es el que tu dices http://www.metroflog.com/vidamafiosasinaloa

    el que segun levantaron es el puma, Israel o el Miky le dicen y es de la mochomera

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    El Ventilador Reply:

    Ese guacho el del metroflog es el que se caso con ayslin (como se escriba) Araujo hija de Chalo, y a ese no lo levantan vivo. El del video no anda en las grandes ligas, recuerden que esa es la táctica de los traicioneros, mantas , vídeos y corridos para que se alucine la raza y verse como losas poderosos porque son los favoritos del gobierno, pero ya traen broncas entre ellos porque le dierontanta libertad a su gente que ahora los patos le tiran a las escopetas. Con el juicio de vicentillo aplazado dicen que saldrán las diferencias entre los amos de la traicion, quienes se han bajado a sus compadres, amigos, socios, familiares y hasta parejas o amigos de sus hijos.

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    iilegal Reply:

    nephew, que train los chapos en nogales, dicen por ahi que andan de bronca con los del mayo, que ya hasta hubo sangre, y que en sinaloa, el cholo wilmer salio mal con la mula prieta.

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    Pepito Reply:

    sera sera?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vtuASqpOZzg

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    ilegal Reply:

    ese es el puma.

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    D_Nephew Reply:

    ese no es el puma……a ese wey tambien le decian guacho era gente de confianza del chapito isidro….pero el puma se llama sergio tambien conocido como el guacho/ 28…..este compa era bien brother con el luison osea mi niño/ el 5…el luison es hermano del difunto bitache del zapote de lo cazares….. el 5, 28, 70, 80, 100 pura gente de alfredo….100% mochomera…..

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    iilegal Reply:

    el puma se apellida Beltran?

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    D_Nephew Reply:

    no wey el puma se apellida “castañeda medina”….el guacho/ puma/ 28 nacio en badiraguato pero crecio en navolato……….a este wey ke mataron le decian el guacho tambien y era conocido como el miky……este miky es ke le andaba picando la hija del difunto chalo….. este wey fue kien mato al hijo del animal por eso le llego la voladora por caga palos……

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    Pepito Reply:

    nephew estoy casi 90% que estas mal; el puma no tiene de apelativos “castañeda medina” ese es el otro guacho/12 (como te dije a ese lo agarraron con unos millonsitos)

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    D_Nephew Reply:

    deja de leer noticias en el periodico alucin…puros oeriodicos nomas dicen pendejadas……al israel solo se le conocia como el guacho/ miky pero jamas el puma…..dejate de mamadas nomas confundiendo gente…..el puma se llama sergio y lleva por clave 28 ke 12 ni ke vergas eso lo leiste en el noroeste………

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    Pepito Reply:

    bueno no me voy a poner alegar por internet; cada quien con su punto de vista y solo el tiempo va decir quien tiene la razon

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    Pepito Reply:

    entonces el puma/guacho esta con la aislin o no?

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  69. Is this cat dead. The last article was before September 15th. I wonder if he dropped the site?

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    Jerry Reply:

    I’m headed through Tubutama tomorrow I’ll check at Drakos Bar to see if he’s on a roll

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    El Gavacho Reply:

    Tell me more about Drakos Bar.

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    Jerry Reply:

    great bar/rest stop on the way to Tucson…sort of a place pirates hang out at

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  70. Jerry shut up already about Tubatama every post you write you mention it. We get the point!!
    Aver si no te levantan a la v e r g a buey hahahaah

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    Jerry Reply:

    you mean the point that you never go to mexico. but hope for a failed mexican state because of some odd self loathing , must be fun tolive the gangster life from the safety of your living room and old memories of when you used to be somebody! me…. i invest in mexico,have many friends there and hope for the best .

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  71. Like i said before pipe down on Tubatama becuse you might just get picked up . And about investing in Mexico start investing in a life for youself perdedor lol!!!

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    jerry Reply:

    the coastal highway will be bringing thousands of Americans of all types down to explore the Sonoran beaches from North to South.When the road is improved from Sasabe to Tubatama and seems safe Money will flow into a land rush along the Sonoran Coast that will rival 101a in the 50’s.This is a good thing don’t you agree.? i didnt mean to get personal Cardian it just seems there are other ways to make a buck in mexico.
    You really shouldn’t threaten another poster on the internet…bad form…

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  72. how does it feel? AUSTIN, TEXAS, 6 de octubre.- El gobernador de Texas, Rick Perry, ha pedido al presidente Felipe Calderón que le llame por teléfono. Perry está pidiendo garantías de que los funcionarios mexicanos van a ayudar a recuperar el cuerpo de un hombre que se reportó fue baleado en un lago que se extiende a ambos lados de la frontera de Estados Unidos con México.

    Tiffany Hartley, ciudadana de Milliken, Colorado, dice que su esposo, David, fue baleado porpiratas mexicanos en la presa Falcon la semana pasada, mientras volvían al lado estadunidense en sus motos acuáticas.

    El lago es una represa ubicada en el Río Grande, y se divide entre los dos países.

    Perry dice que México debe utilizar todos sus recursos disponibles para encontrar el cuerpo y regresarlo a territorio estadunidense. “Espero que (Calderón) me llame dentro de las próximas 48 horas, que el cuerpo haya sido recuperado. Si no, no estamos buscando lo suficiente”, dijo.

    Funcionarios en el estado de Tamaulipas, donde ocurrió el tiroteo, han puesto en duda la historia de Hartley. Perry dice que cualquier sugerencia de que la desaparición de David Hartley fue un hecho o relacionado con las drogas es “muy reprobable”.

    Por su parte, el padre de David, Dennis Hartley, acusó que la corrupción y los sobornos del narco impiden a la policía de Tamaulipas buscar el cuerpo de su hijo.

    Por ello, los amigos de Hartley están planeando una manifestación en Denver. Su familia dice que las autoridades mexicanas no hacen lo suficiente para encontrar su cuerpo y todos planean, vía Facebook, reunirse frente al consulado mexicano a la una de la tarde local del viernes para pedirles que hagan más en la búsqueda.

    Por otra parte, hoy, la BBC de Londres explica que los piratas en la presa Falcon son miembros del cartel de Los Zetas

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    Tantos Reply:

    “How does it feel?” How does what feel???

    Zapata, Texas (CNN) — Despite the grisly slaying of the Mexican government’s lead investigator, the search for an American reported missing in a lake straddling the border will go on, U.S. and Mexican authorities vowed Wednesday.
    “We continue the search on this side of the border,” Zapata County, Texas, Sheriff Sigifredo Gonzalez Jr. told CNN. “We’re also sending a message that we’re here.”
    But their determination has gotten them no closer to finding the body of David Hartley, who was reported to have been shot during a September 30 boating trip by gunmen investigators believe are linked to a Mexican drug gang.

    http://www.cnn.com/2010/CRIME/10/13/texas.missing.american/index.html?iref=allsearch

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    Tantos Reply:

    And not mentioned in this article is that a lot of the evidence state police official Rolando Armando Flores Villegas collected is missing.

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  73. asesinan a las esposa del wero felix (carnal del chavo) mientras dormia

    http://www.noroeste.com.mx/publicaciones.php?id=625282

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    ilegal Reply:

    el chavo es de los mayos que no?

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    Pepito Reply:

    el chavo es antrax… “segun” y cuñado del mayito gordo

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    El Ventilador Reply:

    Y que es esa madre de llevarse a su bebe !!!! No me chinges !!!!!! A que pinche nivel esta llegando el pedo !!!!!! Se van a pudrir en el infierno si aparece o se sabe que al niñ@ le pase algo !!!! Culeros de mierda , como no pueden se van por las parejas y los hijos !!! Todo se paga culeros !!!! A mi me vale verga con quien andaba la morra o quien la mato, sean chapos, mayos, moshomera, línea el que chihuahuados sea, pero levantar a un Infante de menos del año es de las peores bajezas en este ambiente !!!!!

    http://www.riodoce.com.mx/content/view/6925/41/

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    ilegal Reply:

    se pasaron de vergas, quien haya sido se le va a pudrir el cul0.

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    El Ventilador Reply:

    Habrán sido estos culeros los que se llevaron al bebe ????
    http://www.riodoce.com.mx/content/view/6930/41/
    Al que mataron estos “valientes” en 27 trocas, ósea unos 100 sicarios, en guamuchil si andaba con el guacho/puma/28 no con el del video ese es el miky

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    Pepito Reply:

    no guey; el guacho de la nota no es el puma.

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    El Ventilador Reply:

    El de la nota de guamuchil si andaba con el Guacho ( el del metroflog), Sergio, a quien por mas que quieren no lo bajan, sabrá cual será su afán si ya le bajaron hace poco a su Hno. Y primo. Lo que si se es que esta la limpia con todo, se vienen los guamazos

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    ilegal Reply:

    andale, ese es el de los 26 melones, por lo que se ve, de ahora en adelante puro golpe doloroso se van a dar, y segun dicen, tambien es entre celulas de ellos mismos, mas no entre los jefes de mero arriba.

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  74. se trenzaron en Nogales…http://www.debate.com.mx/eldebate/Articulos/ArticuloGeneral.asp?IdArt=10268518&IdCat=6112

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  75. http://www.debate.com.mx/eldebate/Articulos/ArticuloGeneral.asp?IdArt=10268518&IdCat=6112

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  76. Just Now
    Regarding the report by University of San Diego, Trans-Border Institute, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Mexico Institute. The title is: “U.S. Firearms Trafficking to Mexico: New data and Insights Illuminate Key Trends and Challenges”, by Colby Goodman and Michel Marizco.

    The first flaw I found was in the fundamental “facts” quoted as follows, “With information gleaned from increased Mexican firearm seizures and U.S. prosecutions, it is now possible to provide a better picture of some of the key questions about U.S. firearms trafficking to Mexico as well as some of the key trends and challenges. In May 2010, for example, the Mexican government, which has received training from ATF to better identify firearms, said that of the 75,000 firearms it seized in the last three years about 80 percent, or 60,000 firearms, came from the United States.”

    This is patently false, misleading and intellectually dishonest, but was used to “set the tone” for the entire document.

    A better picture? Key questions? Key trends and challenges? I think not.

    The evidence? A footnote from the same report:
    18 Mary Beth Sheridan, “Mexico’s Calderon tells Congress he needs U.S. help in fighting drug wars,” The Washington Post, May 21, 2010, online at http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/ 2010/05/20/ AR2010052002911.html. Kara Rowland, “Calderon Blames U.S. guns for Violence,” The Washington Times, May 21, 2010, online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2010/may/21/calderon-faults-us-guns-for-mexico-violence/.

    Checking the reference (Washington Post, May 21, 2010) revealed a completely different statement from President Calderón.

    “Calderón said his government had seized 75,000 guns in Mexico in a three-year period and found that 80 percent of those whose origin could be traced were bought in the United States.”

    80% of the guns whose origin could be traced! In fact, the only guns which can be traced are guns from the United States. Only one tracing system exists, and that is eTrace provided by ATF, which only has U.S. guns (made in the U.S. or imported) recorded. ATF could only trace 80% of those same guns? Not a good record for ATF.

    Further, according to the Office of the Inspector General Report dated September, 2010, only about 1 in 100 guns seized in Mexico (1%) can be successfully traced for law enforcement purposes.

    According to a 2009 GAO report (GAO-09-709), less than 25% of the guns seized in Mexico are actually submitted for tracing, yet the authors of the University paper try to convince readers that 80 percent of the guns seized came from the United States.

    In addition, the report conveniently ignores U.S. made firearms furnished to the Mexican military or police, which are sold by corrupt Mexicans to the cartels, or brought to them by Mexican deserters from the military.

    This is intellectual dishonesty.

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    ilegal Reply:

    i think there is a huge difference between trace and manufacture.

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  77. El 20 de abril de este ano, hubo 2 ejecutados en brecha de matamoros-san borja Parral. Se dice que uno de ellos era el quitapuercos. Alguien sabe el nombre verdadero del quita?

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    Drift Reply:

    Tu estas muerto que no?! Y lo de Quitapuercos que no fue pedo entre usteds mismo? De alcabo Los usa el chapo y va a poner su gente de confianza! Pinchi guerra vale verga!

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    lamanonegra Reply:

    mataron al q.p. en marzo igual ke griego y su hermano.. ke nosete olvide al arabe… la g.n. vae pinga… gracias al flaco asi es como paga su lealtad.

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  78. Que pex con Michel?

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  79. anybody know if sonora is gonna get hot like chihuaha and sinaloa it is rite in between la lineas and gente nuevas turfs

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  80. Oye guey! Ya ni la chihuahuas!!!! Hay tan siquiera mandanos un mendigo saludo pa dicernos que estas bien pinchi Michel!!!! Aunque estas de vacaciones!!!!!!

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  81. Anyone else hear that the 22 hostages taken in Acupolco were under cover agents?

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    iilegal Reply:

    you mean 39 already…

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    iilegal Reply:

    make that 39…

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  82. Who dismembered this blog?

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  83. Y dice que es inocente, pinche dipetuniado. Conversacion entre La Tuta and Godoy Toscano. Ojala se lo carguen.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-PIQOet290

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  84. Who dismembered this blog?

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