Posted by: Puddy Dunne | January 11, 2015

10 bodies and 11 decapitated heads discovered in guerrero fosas. Coming to America soon!


11 heads and 10 bodies, were discovered  on Tuesday  in six clandestine graves.  The remains were found in a village that is a part of  the municipality of Chilapa. Chilapa is  in the central region of the State of Guerrero, in southern  Mexico.   ….read more

Mexican Drug War – Statistics 2014

By the end of Felipe Calderón‘s administration (2006–12), the official death toll of the Mexican Drug War was at least 60,000.[84]Estimates set the death toll above 120,000 killed by 2013, not including 27,000 missing.[85][86]


Mexico’s Drug War Is Entering A Dark Phase – Business Insider

This state of lawlessness has permeated Mexico’s public sector. The 43 students who disappeared in the southern town of Iguala had been protesting against the local government. It is now believed that the students were arrested by local police and handed over to the gang Guerreros Unidos under the orders of the mayor and his wife in an effort to stop political dissent.

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Will Obama Press Mexico’s President for Answers on the Disappearance of 43 Students?

The case has deeply affected Peña Nieto’s public approval, which is at its lowest in his two-year presidency–lower than that of his predecesors, Vicente Fox and Felipe Calderón, and the lowest for any Mexican president in nearly 20 years. The U.S. government—the primary foreign backer of the Mexican government’s drug war— has been generally hesitant to weigh in on the case, though the State Departmenthas faced questions over whether it will review Mexico’s human rights standing.

But what could be the most damaging blow to Peña Nieto’s administration came last month. An investigation conducted by the Mexican magazine Proceso with support from the Investigative Reporting Program at the University of California at Berkeley claimed to confirm the Mexican military’s and federal government’s direct involvement in the disappearance of the 43 students.


Peña Nieto’s handling of the case has only made matters worse. The Mexican president warned several times ahead of the Nov. 20 protests in Mexico City that the authorities would be well within their rights to use force against any attempts to “destabilize, generate social disorder and above all, in attacking the national project we’ve been constructing.” Seemingly acting on those warnings, federal police arbitrarily arrested and brutally beat 20 protesters and bystanders during the protests. Detainees were charged with criminal conduct, rioting, and manslaughter, held in isolation, and transferred to maximum-security federal prisons with abhorrent human rights records. They were released 10 days later with no charges for a lack of evidence. According to some of those detained, the police abused them and threatened to burn them alive—a clear reference to the Ayotzinapa students.

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Keep focused on ISIS south of the border. This Bush-Clinton crime syndicate has escalated with Obama and the Nieto, the Fast & Furious program.  This self funding program from Clinton – Gary Webb to Danny Casolaro exposes the al CIAda and drug running operations that fund World Order.  It is where the rubber meets the road for ISIS and the global cartel.  At an estimated avg. 50 billion dollar a year enterprise, the coffers are full and we are going to see terror  move up the Trans Texas Corridor and the I-35 super highway soon enough.  Taking out the cartels and transferring the federales into the positions of power is all but certain now.

It is combined reporting of reporters without borders and cooperation of Mexican and US journalists that has become too powerful. The murderous Hillary Clinton has a kill list to be envied by previous cutthroats in the White House.  Internet and Free Speech are soon to be just as they are in Mexico and France.  Yeah, you can publish it but don’t expect to be around to collect royalties. The Paris round may be a hoax, but it has the attention of those fooled journos.  But the Mexican ISIS cartel events are real and final with 4 more dead or missing  already this year.  The truth is dangerous business in Mexico and like our border, the danger is crossing over.


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