Brazil and Mexico probe claims US spied on presidents

Brazil and Mexico have both demanded an explanation from the US over claims that the NSA spied on their presidents. Internet data from Brazilian leader Dilma Rousseff and Mexico’s Enrique Pena Nieto was intercepted, journalist Glenn Greenwald told Brazil’s TV Globo. Mr Greenwald obtained secret files from US whistle-blower Edward Snowden. Brazil said data interception… Read More Brazil and Mexico probe claims US spied on presidents

Policemen die in Mexico City airport shootout

Three policemen have been killed in a shootout at Mexico City’s main airport, officials say. The security ministry said the federal officers had been sent to detain suspects in a drug trafficking case. Passengers dived for cover when the suspects opened fire, killing two officers immediately and injuring a third who later died in hospital.… Read More Policemen die in Mexico City airport shootout

Grotesque civil war in Mexico a threat to US security

Police found 18 dismembered and beheaded bodies inside two vans in an area frequented by tourists near the city of Guadalajara in western Mexico, authorities said Wednesday. Jalisco state Prosecutor Tomas Coronado said earlier police found 15 severed human heads in the vans a few miles from Lake Chapala and his office confirmed later in… Read More Grotesque civil war in Mexico a threat to US security

Fear of drug mafia makes Mexicans take chip implant

10.000 rich Mexicans are so scared of being kidnapped, that they have put a GPS chip under their skin. Diego Fernandez de Cevallos, “Boss Diego”, the Mexican power broker and former presidential candidate was kidnapped last year. Lurid Mexican media accounts reported that an armed gang invaded Fernandez’s home, sliced open his arm with a… Read More Fear of drug mafia makes Mexicans take chip implant

Hizb”Allah has trained Mexico drug lords

Bombing techniques used in the Middle East to promote terror are now also being used inside Mexico. Mexican authorities busted a senior Hizbullah operative, Jameel Nasr, who employed Mexican nationals with family ties to Lebanon to set up a network designed to target Israel and the West. He traveled frequently to Lebanon to receive instructions… Read More Hizb”Allah has trained Mexico drug lords

Senior Mexican public safety officer assassinated

On February 2, Mexico’s director for citizen security, Manuel Farfan Carriola, was assassinated on his way home from work. Also killed were four bodyguards and numerous police officers were also shot and wounded. Intelligence indicates that the most likely perpetrator of this attack was the Zeta organization. As we’ve seen with previous attacks by the… Read More Senior Mexican public safety officer assassinated

Vatican tells Mexico to stop worshiping “saint dead”

The Vatican wants end to freelance worship of saint of holy death in Mexico. Spokesman Fr. Hugo Valdemar of the Archdiocese of Mexico City is urging Mexicans to abandon the practice of venerating “St. Death”. The priest noted that the belief in St. Death – represented by a skeleton holding a scythe –  is contrary… Read More Vatican tells Mexico to stop worshiping “saint dead”

La Familia drug Bible-cult leader believed killed in Mexico

He carried his own version of the Bible, and believed executions were a way to display “divine justice”. Teh Mexican authorities believed Nazario Moreno Gonzalez, a.k.a. ‘El Mas Loco,’died in the fighting that raged between drug traffickers and federal troops this week. In violence that erupted Wednesday afternoon and raged until early Friday, federal forces… Read More La Familia drug Bible-cult leader believed killed in Mexico

More dead in war in Mexico than Afghanistan

11.000 people will die in the drug war in Mexico this year.  The official figure from Afghanistan is 6.800. President Felipe Calderon insisted Friday that few innocent civilians have fallen victim to Mexico’s bloody drug war, saying nearly all those killed are people tied to cartels wrestling for power. Speaking during a tourism conference, Mexican… Read More More dead in war in Mexico than Afghanistan