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By Michael Webster
The new legislation will include $176 million for 1,000 new border patrol agents to form a new and bigger task strike force to be deployed at critical choke points of the Mexican Drug Cartels smuggling corridors

By Michael Webster
"Project Deliverance" resulted in the arrest of more than 2,200 individuals and the seizure of $154 million in U.S. currency, 1,262 pounds of methamphetamine, 2.5 tons of cocaine, 1,410 pounds of heroin, 69 tons of marijuana, 501 weapons

By Michael webster
an officer in the Los Zetas Mexican drug cartel organization. He told me straight out that he believed two of his men were shot and killed recently in the desert in Arizona by American vigilantes and he would be taking revenge

By Michael Webster
A reliable informant known to us as “Duck Hunter” has told the U.S. Border Fire Report that the Mexican Drug cartels now control large areas of Southern Arizona.

By Michael Webster
A multi-agency response. FBI-led Border Corruption Task Forces are the cornerstone of our efforts to root out this kind of corruption. Initially located primarily along our nation’s southwest border.

By Michael Webster
“We just got word that the cartel has threatened to kill children in schools across the border unless parents paid $5000 pesos,” said Mike Doyle, chief deputy sheriff of Hudspeth County.

By Michael Webster
Federal officials said the team of shooters were tipped off that people attending the birthday party were members of a rival gang known as Artistas Asesinos (Artists Assassins)

By Michael Webster
Gulf Cartel orders kidnappings and murders of Americans. What most Americans do not know about is that Americans have been kidnapped and murdered on both sides of the Mexican U.S. Border by Mexican Drug Cartel orders

By Michael Webster
A military precision type pre-dawn attack came just hours after the navy honored Mexican Marine Melquisedet Angulo as a hero at a memorial for his part in the successful attack on the powerful Arturo Beltran Leyva family which killed the leader.

By Michael Webster
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By Michael Webster
Many of those troops sent where taken from the Juarez area. Locals feared that would leave Juarez vulnerable and many now believe that is true and is at least part of the reason for the recent record in violence that has plagued Juarez.

By Michael Webster
At least 21 persons were murdered within 24 hours in Ciudad Juarez. Eight of those victims (two Americans) were shot at the “Seven Seven” bar in Juarez.

By Michael Webster
According to authorities 16 police officers and a unknown number of Mexican solders have been slain recently by the Cartels well coordinated, organized and well armed paramilitary .

By Michael Webster
Thousands of Mexican troops some camouflage-clad with red berets flew into the Mexican city of Michoacán to quell a surge in drug gang murders that has killed 16 local police.

By Michael Webster: Syndicated Investigative reporter
Mexican police and American law enforcement are searching border cities in Mexico and seem confident they will found them.

By U.S.Border Fire Report
Mexican Drug cartels are ordering decapitations blind foldings and hooding victims before they shoot them. The Cartels are sending a chilling message to the Mexican President Felipe Calderon Administration

By Michael Webster
Sirens blared as the army staged its biggest troop build-up ever in Ciudad Juarez, where violent murders and beheadings occur nearly on a daily bases as the bloody war between the Mexican Drug Cartels and Mexican Government continues to raise havoc

By Michael Webster
The specially trained reinforcements triples the number of federal troops and law enforcement officers operating on the streets of CD. Juarez which is a border city with a population of over two million.

By Michael Webster: Syndicated Investigative Reporter
Mexico's drug war is affecting business throughout the country, tourist are no longer shopping in the Mexican border cities and tourism in general is down even in popular hot spots like Cancun.



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