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Zetas Cartel Defendant Charged for Attempting to Bribe US Federal Judge

Three men have been charged with attempting to bribe a U.S. federal judge in a case involving money laundering for the Mexican Los Zetas cartel. One of the men was previously convicted for laundering Los Zetas money through a horse racing scheme. Now he and two others are charged with offering 1.2 million U.S. dollars to a federal judge in an effort to obtain a reduced sentence. Sep 7, 2013 11:46 AM PT

Expert: Mexican Murder Numbers Likely Double Former Estimates

The majority of world media consistently reports the murder rates in Mexico from the 2006-2012 as being anywhere from 30,000 to 60,000, including most U.S. media and me. New numbers have emerged estimating the number of Mexican murders closer to 110,000. Sep 3, 2013 10:09 PM PT

Exclusive--Sheriff Joe: 'My Deputies Are NOT Racists'

The saga of open-border advocates in the federal government using the Department of Justice (DOJ) and federal courts to attack those enforcing immigration laws has heated up recently, with a federal judge considering appointing a monitor to Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s Maricopa County Sheriff’s Department. Aug 31, 2013 5:26 PM PT

Female U.S. National Park Worker Attacked Near Mexican Border

A 60-year old woman working for the National Park Service has been critically hurt in an attack in Arizona near the Mexican border. Authorities have not stated if the attack came from a Mexican national who entered the U.S. illegally, but the remote area of the attack is heavily traversed by both illegal immigrants and narcotics traffickers. Aug 31, 2013 3:08 PM PT

U.S. Fighting Mexican Cartels with Privatized Manned Aerial Surveillance

It has long been known that U.S. authorities use unmanned aerial drones to patrol the nearly 2,000-mile U.S./Mexico border. However, a recent report by FOX News’ William La Jeunesse reveals the U.S. is engaging in aerial surveillance over Mexican soil—manned surveillance flights. Aug 30, 2013 1:54 AM PT

Associated Press Implies Mexico Cartel Victims Had It Coming

The Associated Press (AP) is echoing Mexican authorities' characterization of cartel violence as something “they only do to each other,” implying victims have ties to the violent drug trade without offering compelling proof. Aug 27, 2013 6:07 PM PT

Exclusive Videos: U.S.-Mexico Border Unprotected Near Cartel Hotspot

The U.S.-Mexico border has once again proved to be unsecured in many regions, wide open for illegal immigration and cartel activities such as drug smuggling, human trafficking, and human smuggling from a wide array of nations—from Mexico to the Horn of Africa. Aug 23, 2013 12:11 AM PT

Another Mexican National Admits Part in Killing Border Patrol Agent

Marcos Rodríguez-Perez admitted his role as one of five Mexicans who illegally entered the U.S. through a hole in the border fence and lured, trapped, and killed a young U.S. Border Patrol agent, Robert Rosas, Jr., all because they wanted to rob him of his night-vision goggles. Aug 22, 2013 2:08 PM PT

Chain-Link Fence Only Border Barrier at Site of Brutal Beating of FBI Agents

Two FBI Agents, one of whom was a woman, were beaten severely in 2002 at the U.S./Mexico border in an area on the outskirts of El Paso known as Sunland Park. Eleven years later, the only barrier between the dozens of men who committed the crime and U.S. citizens is a small, chain-link fence--one that locals told me is often climbed over. Aug 20, 2013 7:24 AM PT

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