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Mexico falling apart?
« on: 03 March 2009 at 18:27 »
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1158779/Thousands-Mexican-soldiers-pour-countrys-violent-city-crackdown-drug-gangs.html
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Armed to the hilt, they came from land and air, determined to restore order to Mexico's most violent city.

Nearly 2,000 Mexican soldiers and armed federal police poured into the border town of Ciudad Juarez last weekend.

The city - just across from El Paso in Texas - has been ravaged by drug gangs. Just this month 250 people were killed there by hitmen fighting for lucrative smuggling routes.
Enlarge   War zone: Federal police check their guns as they get ready to board a plane from Mexico City to the lawless border town of Ciudad Juarez

War zone: Federal police check their guns as they get ready to board a plane from Mexico City to the lawless border town of Ciudad Juarez
Enlarge   Bringing out the big guns: Armed federal police prepare to patrol the streets as they arrive in Ciudad Juarez yesterday

Bringing out the big guns: Armed federal police prepare to patrol the streets as they arrive in Ciudad Juarez yesterday

Enlarge   Between federal police and Mexican Army soldiers up to 4,000 law enforcement officers swarmed the streets of Juarez over the weekend

Between federal police and Mexican Army soldiers up to 2,000 law enforcement officers swarmed the streets of Juarez over the weekend to join the 2,500 already there - and there are more to come

The soldiers' mandate is clear - and ambitious.

'This is to reinforce the operation in general ... to eradicate kidnappings, extortion, assaults and homicide,' army spokesman Enrique Torres said.

The soldiers are the first contingent of as many as 5,000 troops and federal police being sent to Juarez.
Enlarge   The deployment is part of a five thousand man troop increase planned for this city - given the unlucky title of Mexico's most violent

The deployment is part of a five thousand man troop increase planned for this city - given the unlucky title of Mexico's most violent

Enlarge   The deployment is part of a five thousand man troop increase planned for this city - given the unlucky title of Mexico's most violent


Almost 2,500 soldiers and federal police have been there for nearly a year, but they have failed to curb the violence plaguing the city of about 1.6 million people.

President Felipe Calderon's military operation is supported by the United States, which is concerned the violence could destabilize Mexico, a key trading partner, and spill over the border.

Mexico has deployed some 45,000 troops across the country to try to crush drug gangs, but clashes between rival cartels and security forces killed around 6,000 people last year.
Enlarge   The soldiers and police were flown in by air as well as driven in

The soldiers and police were flown in by air as well as driven in

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Re: Mexico falling apart?
« Reply #1 on: 03 March 2009 at 18:32 »
http://www.elpasotimes.com/juarez/ci_11815696
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More than 3,000 Mexican troops arrived during the weekend in Juárez as part of what authorities have described as a frontal assault on crime in the coming weeks.

The new soldiers, which are in addition to the 2,000 already assigned to Joint Operation Chihuahua, were deployed after a meeting last week among high-level Mexican government officials in Juárez.

More troops, including intelligence units, are expected to arrive in the next few days, said Enrique Torres, a spokesman for Joint Operation Chihuahua, which began a year ago in the federal government's battle against drug cartels and rising crime.

On Sunday, two green army Hercules cargo planes and two Mexican air force transport planes landed in Juárez, bringing 1,200 troops, Torres said. On Saturday, 2,000 soldiers rolled into city streets on convoys of Humvees, army pickups and cargo trucks.

Juárez city officials said that within two weeks the anti-crime patrol force will number 8,000 -- including 5,000 soldiers, 1,600 city police and 1,000 federales.

"We need the support of citizens united," Juárez Mayor Jose Reyes Ferriz, who has received death threats, said in a statement. "This is a fight of Juárez against crime. It is everyone's fight."

The violence, which has claimed more than 300 lives this year in the Juárez area, continued during the weekend with at least nine homicides since Friday, including two police officers slain Saturday morning in the town of Praxedis G. Guerrero in the valley east of Juárez.

Chihuahua state investigators said Praxedis officers Luis Fernando Porras Fuentes, 35, and Janeth Mares Lujan, 22, were killed when 117 rounds were fired from assault rifles at their truck.

In another incident, Jose Eduardo Olvera Lastra, 33, reportedly a bouncer, was fatally shot in the parking lot of the Rodeo Discotheque on Avenida Lincoln near the Bridge of the Americas.

In another case, police identified Belen Vega Perez, 39, as the woman shot to death late Friday in the back seat of a black Chevrolet Impala with Texas plates. It was unclear whether Vega was a resident of Texas. Two 9 mm bullet casings were found at the scene.

Daniel Borunda may be reached at dborunda@elpasotimes.com; 546-6102.

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« Reply #2 on: 03 March 2009 at 18:33 »
Wow, this is insane....
If anyone is near the border please try to stay safe.

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2009/mar/03/100000-foot-soldiers-in-cartels/

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The U.S. Defense Department thinks Mexico's two most deadly drug cartels together have fielded more than 100,000 foot soldiers - an army that rivals Mexico's armed forces and threatens to turn the country into a narco-state.

"It's moving to crisis proportions," a senior U.S. defense official told The Washington Times. The official, who spoke on the condition that he not be named because of the sensitive nature of his work, said the cartels' "foot soldiers" are on a par with Mexico's army of about 130,000.

The disclosure underlines the enormity of the challenge Mexico and the United States face as they struggle to contain what is increasingly looking like a civil war or an insurgency along the U.S.-Mexico border. In the past year, about 7,000 people have died - more than 1,000 in January alone. The conflict has become increasingly brutal, with victims beheaded and bodies dissolved in vats of acid.

The death toll dwarfs that in Afghanistan, where about 200 fatalities, including 29 U.S. troops, were reported in the first two months of 2009. About 400 people, including 31 U.S. military personnel, died in Iraq during the same period.

The biggest and most violent combatants are the Sinaloa cartel, known by U.S. and Mexican federal law enforcement officials as the "Federation" or "Golden Triangle," and its main rival, "Los Zetas" or the Gulf Cartel, whose territory runs along the Laredo,Texas, borderlands.

The two cartels appear to be negotiating a truce or merger to defeat rivals and better withstand government pressure. U.S. officials say the consequences of such a pact would be grave.

"I think if they merge or decide to cooperate in a greater way, Mexico could potentially have a national security crisis," the defense official said. He said the two have amassed so many people and weapons that Mexican President Felipe Calderon is "fighting for his life" and "for the life of Mexico right now."

As a result, Mexico is behind only Pakistan and Iran as a top U.S. national security concern, ranking above Afghanistan and Iraq, the defense official added.

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Re: Mexico falling apart?
« Reply #3 on: 23 May 2009 at 22:56 »
The guards where paid off.

 

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