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Post Date: 11th Feb, 2009 - 4:35pm / Post ID: #

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This is getting to be more and more interesting as the drug lords and their little armies are getting to have the same fire power as some major armies.

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Post Date: 18th Feb, 2009 - 3:54pm / Post ID: #

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Risk Security Huge Mexico US

Marchers block Mexico-US border

Hundreds of Mexicans block crossings into the US in protest against the deployment of the army to fight drug traffickers. Ref. Source 6

Post Date: 18th Feb, 2009 - 4:03pm / Post ID: #

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The more and more interesting this is all becoming in northern Mexico makes me wonder if it would just be easier to make a one mile no mans zone at the border. Anything that moves in that area should stop the flow of many things.

Post Date: 19th Feb, 2009 - 2:50pm / Post ID: #


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On FNC it is said that Mexico is on the verge of civil war because of how big the drug cartel is. They are actually paying people to protest. Texas authorities are saying they are NOT waiting for Obama to take action, they have already begun sending armed men to the boarder. One senator is saying that it might be possible that hundreds of thousands of people from Mexico will try to cross the boarder.


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Post Date: 19th Feb, 2009 - 3:17pm / Post ID: #

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I can believe that. We need to get our army down to the southern border to protect our own border so that this civil war is not carried into the USA. We already have enough violence happening on our own turf.

Post Date: 23rd Feb, 2009 - 11:25pm / Post ID: #

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A TIMELINE OF VIOLENCE

President Felipe Calderon's crackdown on Mexican drug traffickers, launched in December 2006, has become more violent in recent months. Notable incidents:

Aug. 16, 2008 Gunmen attack a party in the northern city of Creel, killing 14 people, including a 16-month-old toddler who was in his father's arms. The Chihuahua state prosecutor calls it a "settling of accounts" by drug traffickers.

Aug. 28 Police find 11 headless bodies near Mrida, on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. All the corpses were handcuffed. One was nude and showed signs of torture.

Sept. 12 Police find 24 bodies, 15 of them decapitated and many with signs of torture, in a forest west of Mexico City. Most have gunshots to the head.

Sept. 15 Attackers throw grenades into the crowd at an Independence Day celebration in the central city of Morelia, hometown of President Calderon. The blasts kill seven people and wound 103.

Oct. 1 Eight bodies with gunshots to the head are dumped next to an elementary school in Tijuana. A note, apparently directed to a rival drug gang, says: "Here are your people, 'Bricklayer.' Come get them!"

Dec. 21 The heads of eight soldiers and a former state police commander are found next to a Sam's Club in the western city of Chilpancingo. A note says, "For each one of mine you kill, I'll kill 10 soldiers."

Dec. 29 Sixteen bodies are dumped in vacant lots in Tijuana, 12 in one lot and four in another.

Jan. 24, 2009 Police in Tijuana arrest Santiago Meza Lopez, who state prosecutors say disposed of more than 300 bodies for drug traffickers by dissolving them in caustic soda. Mexican newspapers dub him "The Stewmaker."

Feb. 3 A newly retired army general and his two bodyguards are tortured, killed and dumped near the resort city of Cancun. He is the highest-ranking soldier killed since Calderon's offensive began.

Feb. 10 A drug gang's attack on the northern town of Villa Ahumada and an ensuing battle with soldiers kills 21 people.

Sources: USA TODAY research based on police reports, Mexican army, Mexican attorney general's office, news reports Ref. Source 3

Post Date: 24th Feb, 2009 - 3:17pm / Post ID: #

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It seems by this article that the violence is getting worse and worse. I can see why the texans are sending armed troops or armed men to the border.

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The latest I'm hearing is that the Mexican cartels are taking out journalists who try to investigate / report on the war so that people are kept ignorant on what is going on.


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