Gulf Cartel

Cartel Gunmen Attack Mexican Border City Military Building

Cartel gunmen carried out out a successful drive-by attack on a Mexican military building. The building is located just a few blocks from an international bridge that connects the border city of Matamoros to Brownsville, Texas. One Mexican marine sustained a serious injury in his back during the attack.

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Sicarios Atacan Edificio de Marina en Matamoros

Un grupo de sicarios pudo llevar a cabo con éxito un ataque contra un edificio militar mexicano a solo unas cuadras de un puente internacional que conecta la ciudad fronteriza de Matamoros con Brownsville, Texas. Un infante de marina mexicano resultó gravemente herido en la espalda durante el ataque, que se produce cuando la ciudad fronteriza comienza a ver un aumento en la violencia del cartel.

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Empistolado Causa Pánico al Entrar en Escuela de Matamoros

Un hombre armado que huía de las autoridades mexicanas irrumpió dentro de una escuela y apunto su arma a algunos estudiantes mientras se escondía, hasta que la policía estatal pudo arrestarlo. La incursión en la escuela se produjo solo horas después de que un tiroteo en el centro de la ciudad extendió el pánico entre los residentes.

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Gulf Cartel Gunmen Wound Four Mexican Cops near Texas Border

Four Mexican state police officers are recuperating from their injuries after a group of Gulf Cartel gunmen ambushed them in the border city of Matamoros. The attack comes at a time when Tamaulipas state authorities are actively hunting one of the top leaders within that criminal organization.

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Cartel Clash Leaves Nine Dead in Southwest Mexico

A clash between rival criminal gangs in southwest Mexico resulted in the deaths of nine cartel operatives on Wednesday night. Police made the grisly discovery after responding to reports of numerous dead males observed on a roadway in the pacific coast state of Guerrero.

EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Forensic experts, investigators of the prosecution office and policemen work at the crime scene next to a man's corpse in Acapulco, Guerrero State, Mexico, on May 21, 2019. - The first quarter of the year set a new record for homicides in Mexico where violent …

Los Zetas-CDN Persiguen a Estatales de NL, Autoridades Tratan de Minimizar Hechos

Un grupo de sicarios de Los Zetas que viajaban en camionetas blindados y portaban rifles calibre .50, ametralladoras y explosivos enfrentaron y corretearon a un grupo de policías de Nuevo León que habían ingresado brevemente a la ciudad fronteriza de Nuevo Laredo en Tamaulipas. Tres oficiales sufrieron varias heridas en el ataque, y Los Zetas lograron incendiar uno de los vehículos de la policía. Las autoridades estatales están tratando de minimizar el ataque alegando que Los Zetas no usaron lanzagranadas o lanzacohetes, a pesar de que varias fuentes policiales confirmaron a este medio el uso de artefactos explosivos.

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Mexican Officials Downplay Los Zetas Chasing Border State Cops Out of Cartel’s Territory

A group of Los Zetas gunmen riding in armored trucks while carrying .50 caliber rifles, machine guns, and explosives chased a squad of Nuevo Leon police officers out of the cartel’s territory. The police briefly entered the border city of Nuevo Laredo in Tamaulipas. State officials are trying to downplay the attack claiming that Los Zetas did not use grenade launchers or RGP’s, despite multiple law enforcement sources confirming the use of explosive devices.

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Exclusive: Gulf Cartel Leader Caught Sneaking Across Texas Border

Federal authorities arrested a leading lieutenant with Mexico’s Gulf Cartel in Texas after he illegally snuck across the Rio Grande to enter the United States. Law enforcement agents with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) had their sights on the cartel cell leader for some time in connection with multiple drug shipments allegedly linked to him.

Border Patrol agents search the Rio Grande River for illegal immigrants crossing the border from Mexico into the United States on Monday, March 26, 2018 near McAllen, Texas. An estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants live in the United States, many of them Mexicans or from other Latin American countries. / …