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Mexico Security Memo: Jan. 5, 2008

Mexico Security Memo: Jan. 5, 2008
January 6, 2009
Stratfor.com
Year End Wrap-up

The year 2008 ended up being a record year in Mexico's fight against drug cartels. Unfortunately for the government, most of these records are related to the country's deteriorating security situation, not to government gains against criminal ...

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Immigration Lobbying from Special Interest Groups

January 6, 2009
Immigration Lobbying:
A Window Into the World of Special Interests

FAIR: Immigration policy consistently ranks near the top of the list of issues that concern Americans. Polls show that most Americans do not believe that our nation's immigration policies serve the public interest ...

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Twenty Executions in Mexico over NewYear Weekend

Twenty Executions in Mexico over NewYear Weekend

January 6, 2009
M3 Report  
Mexico: 2009 starts off bloody. Twenty plus people executed over the new year weekend

El Universal (Mexico City) 1/3/09

Four people were murdered Friday evening in separate incidents in Tijuana and Rosarito, Baja California.  One of those killed by gunfire was a ...

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Mexico Is World Leader In Gruesome Violent Killings In 08

Mexico Is World Leader In Gruesome Violent Killings In 08

January 3, 2009
by Michael Webster: Syndicated Investigative Reporter

During 2008 Mexico's violent deaths broke historic records raising the death toll to 5,630 execution murders, beating out last years all time record. In 2008, more people lost their lives in Mexico do to violence then were ...

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Mexico: Defense Department Equipment and Armament Outdated

January 3, 2009
M3 Report   
El Universal (Mexico City) 1/2/09

The Chief of Staff of Mexico's Department of Defense (Sedena) estimates that the military would only be able to carry out continuous combat, externally or internally, for 12 days with the armament presently available.  The armored ...

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CBP Officers Discover Cocaine in Canned Goods at Newark Airport

CBP Officers Discover Cocaine in Canned Goods at Newark Airport
January 3, 2009
Right Side News Reports
Newark, N.J. - On New Year's Eve, Customs and Border Protection officers at Newark Liberty International Airport arrested Yaneira Perdomo, an 18-year-old U.S. citizen, and seized six canned goods containing cocaine.
 

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Dominican Alien Smugglers Plead Guilty to Smuggling 36 Individuals

January 3, 2009
Right Side News Reports

San Juan, Puerto Rico- Three Dominican nationals plead guilty recently to charges related to their participation in a foiled attempt to smuggle 36 illegal aliens on board a sailboat. The defendants Julian Jerónimo Calderón, Angel Miguel Tejeda-Melendez ...

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5630 Execution Murders in Mexico in 2008: Mexican Drug Cartels

January 1, 2009
M3Report
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El Universal (Mexico City) 1/1/09

 During 2008, the narco-war left an historic record of 5,630 execution murders in Mexico, according to El Universal's count.  In the past four years, 12,061 people have died at the hands of organized ...

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CBP Seizes $5.5 Million Worth of Cocaine at Port of Miami

CBP Seizes $5.5 Million Worth of Cocaine at Port of Miami

Right Side News Reports
December 30, 2008
Miami - U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers discovered 373 pounds of cocaine hidden in furniture in a container at the Port of Miami Monday. Estimated street value of the narcotics is $5.5 million.

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