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DRUG RING ACCUSED OF SELLING ‘KILLER HEROIN’

A San Diego federal grand jury has indicted 14 people in a cross-country drug trafficking ring specializing in heroin, methamphetamine, cocaine and the ultra-potent synthetic opiate fentanyl, authorities said Wednesday.

Mexican drug lord La Tuta vows 'fight to the death'

One of Mexico's most wanted men, Servando "La Tuta" Gomez - leader of the notorious Knights Templar drug cartel - issues a recording saying he regrets his life of crime, but will not be taken alive.

Mexican president meets with kin of 43 missing students

President Enrique Pena Nieto met for the first time Wednesday with families of 43 students who went missing over a month ago in violence involving police and drug gang hitmen. The case of the missing in Guerrero state has shocked Mexico -- a country weary of years of mostly drug gang-linked violent crime -- and brought thousands to the streets demanding justice. The parents of the all-male ...

Man in Mennonite drug smuggling case pleads guilty

DENVER (AP) — A man accused of helping move tons of marijuana to the United States in what prosecutors say was a conspiracy between a group of Mennonites and the Juarez drug cartel has pleaded guilty.

Mexican cartel boss vows to fight to the death instead of surrendering

The Guardian: The fugitive leader of one of Mexico's most violent and bizarre drug cartels has said that he regrets choosing a life of crime, but vowed that he would never let himself be taken alive. “I have committed many crimes like an idiot, and I will have to ...

Defendant in Mennonite-drug cartel conspiracy case pleads guilty

The Denver Post: A man who helped move tons of pot to the United States in an alleged conspiracy between a group of Mennonites and the Juarez drug cartel pleaded guilty Wednesday to drug conspiracy charges. Abraham Friesen-Remple faces a Dec. 1 sentencing.

Young Mexican cartel leader was caught just as his reign began

Federal agents and South Texas police recently chased down the alleged new head of Mexico's Gulf cartel so quickly that his young, moustached face never even made it to a wanted poster.

Drug ring accused of selling ‘killer heroin’

Organization described as a family-run group with ties to the Sinaloa cartel.

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Citizen Journalist Killed by Mexican Drug Cartel

Latin Post: A Mexican citizen journalist who was actively standing up to the Zeta and Gulf drug cartels was allegedly murdered by them. Maria del Rosario Fuentes Rubio used her social media account to expose local gang violence, but the gangsters tracked her down ...

Drug cartel murders journalist then posts photos of her body from her Twitter

Mirror.co.uk: A Mexican drug cartel has tracked down and murdered a social media journalist who campaigned to expose local gang violence - then used her Twitter account to post photos of her dead body to her followers. María del Rosario Fuentes Rubio used a ...

Mexican drug cartel kills journalist

A citizen journalist who spoke out against organised crime in her city has been killed by drug traffickers who used her own Twitter account to announce her death, according to reports. Dr. María del Rosario Fuentes Rubio from Reynosa, Mexico, was brutally killed and her kidnappers posted a photo of her bloody, lifeless body on...  [Read More...]

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Three More Indicted in Southlake Drug Cartel Murder

Three more people have been indicted in connection with the brazen murder of a Mexican drug cartel lawyer on Southlake's town square last year, bringing to six the number facing charges, according to court records. (Published Monday, Oct 27, 2014).

Mexican drug cartel killed journalist, posted pictures of her dead body to her

New York Daily News: A Mexican drug cartel used Twitter for evil after murdering a doctor and journalist who exposed organized crime, and posting pictures of her dead body on her own social media account. Maria del Rosario Fuentes Rubio, who used a pseudonym to report on ...

Mexican drug cartel tracks down crusading citizen journalist and slays her

Daily Mail: Her Twitter account was once used to share information about possible shootouts within the heavy gang and drug cartel community, but has since been suspended. The Valor por Tamaulipas Facebook group paid tribute to Dr Fuentes Rubio, calling her 'a ...

PDEA ups drug watch

THE Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency is keeping an eye on transnational drug syndicates that may enter the Cordillera. PDEA-CAR director Gil Castro stressed that with the reported operation of a Mexican drug cartel in the province of Batangas, authorities are now keener on cracking down on illegal drug operators in the region.

Mexican Drug Cartel Blogger Dead, Killers Post Photo On

Police say the account was most likely hacked by the abductors and used to threaten others who speak out about Mexico's dangerous drug cartels . According to Borderland Beat, someone using Dr. Maria's Twitter handle ...

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Ask a Mexican on Being Afraid of Drug Cartels

Phoenix New Times: What do Mexicans in the United States think of the violent drug cartel problem currently in Mexico? Do local Latinos cringe with disgust or fear when they hear another drug cartel story on the news . . . or do they feel a sense of disconnect because ...

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Mexican cartel boss says he prefers death to surrender

La prensa: The leader of Mexico's Caballeros Templarios drug cartel has no plans to surrender or seek some kind of deal with authorities, according to an audio tape posted Tuesday on the Internet. On the recording, a man purporting to be Servando "La Tuta" Gomez ...

Mexican cartel boss says he prefers death to surrender

Fox News Latino: The leader of Mexico's Caballeros Templarios drug cartel has no plans to surrender or seek some kind of deal with authorities, according to an audio tape posted Tuesday on the Internet. On the recording, a man purporting to be Servando "La Tuta" Gomez ...

Mexican cartel boss says he prefers death to surrender

The leader of Mexico's Caballeros Templarios drug cartel has no plans to surrender or seek some kind of deal with authorities, according to an audio tape posted Tuesday on the internet.

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Figures Show That Mexican Drug Cartels Eclipse Isis in Violence

In recent months the brutality of Islamic State (Isis) has shocked the world, with opponents and enemies of the jihadist group beheaded and crucified in mass executions, and women and children enslaved and sold in markets, as the jihadist group ...

Opinion: Drug cartels across the border are just as brutal as ISIS

NewsNet5.com: JUAREZ, MEXICO - MARCH 26: A criminal investigators takes pictures of a body with a mask in the street, one of numerous murders over a 24 hour period, on March 26, 2010 in Juarez, Mexico. In 2013, Mexican drug cartels murdered more than 16,000 ...

Opinion: Drug cartels across the border are just as brutal as ISIS

WRTV Indianapolis: But here are some numbers – also terrifying – from just across the U.S.-Mexico border: In 2013, Mexican drug cartels murdered more than 16,000 people, and Human Rights Watch estimates more than 60,000 people were killed in drug-related violence from ...

Disappearances and drug cartels: the whispered secret of southern Mexico

The Tico Times: Relatives and peers of the 43 missing students of Normal School of Ayotzinapa Raúl Isidro Burgos march demanding their safe return, in Tixtla, Guerrero state, Mexico, on Oct. 21, 2014. The Mexican government announced a $110,000 reward for information ...

Mexican governor resigns after 43 students ‘disappear’

Suspected murder of protesters by drug cartel indicative of endemic corruption

Interim governor named in Mexican state where students disappeared

Local lawmakers voted on Sunday to install a university administrator as interim governor in Guerrero, a state rocked by protests after the disappearance of dozens of students at the hands of police and drug cartel gunmen. State lawmakers named Rogelio Ortega, the head of Guerrero's autonomous university, to act as governor through next year after Angel Aguirre, from the left-wing Party of the ...

Mexico's 7 Most Notorious Drug Cartels

The Mexican Drug War, launched in December 2006 by then-President Felipe Calderon, is approaching its eight-year mark. The series of conflicts, which has pitted the Mexican military, cartels , vigilantes, and police forces ...

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Alleged Head of Gulf Cartel Arrested in Texas

Latin Post: 394714 03: A wanted sign over a one-way turnstile leading into Mexico offers $2 million rewards each for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Arrellano-Felix brothers Benjamin and Ramon who allegedly head the powerful Arellano Drug ...

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