In their most recent health alert, the U.S. Embassy warned about traveling to the border states of Nuevo Leon, Coahuila, Mexico City, and Guanajuato due to those areas holding the highest number of active cases. The embassy also warns of high crime rates in the border states. The advisory specifically mentions travel to Tamaulipas over kidnappings. … [Read more...] about U.S. Issues Advisories Against Visiting Mexico for Coronavirus, Violence
Breitbart Texas’ Border and Cartel Chronicles Team documents the long trek of ultra-marathon human smuggling routes across the world ending within the United States in episode two of Tripwires and Triggers. We walk you through the deplorable conditions, exuberant fees, the human misery of stash houses, and the exploitation of people by cartels and other criminal organizations in Mexico and closer to home. … [Read more...] about Tripwires and Triggers: ‘The World Is Coming’ on Human Smuggling Trails to U.S.
Juanito assumed control of Gulf Cartel operations in Nuevo Leon after the death of his predecessor, Héctor Adrián “La Yegua” Lucio Benavidez. In early 2019, authorities arrested Juanito in an operation targeting the CDG that netted 22 gunmen behind kidnappings in the Monterrey area. Despite the evidence against him and his attempt to bribe authorities, Nuevo Leon State Judge Juan Manuel Cardenas Gonzalez allowed him to await trial under house arrest. … [Read more...] about EXCLUSIVE: Cartel Boss Forges Alliances Under House Arrest in Mexican Border State
Toda su actividad criminal se lleva en las calles según informes, mientras que se supone que el jefe del crimen está cumpliendo una condena bajo arresto domiciliario por segunda vez en relación con otros cargos. Conocido en el mundo criminal como “El 90” o “El Juanito” o “Juanillo”, Juan Manuel Hernández Vásquez continúa liderando su sección del Cartel del Golfo a pesar de numerosos arrestos. … [Read more...] about EXCLUSIVA: Mando del CDG Forja Alianzas al Operar Durante Arresto Domiciliario en Estado Fronterizo
On September 2, the Baja California Attorney General’s Office (FGE) was notified about the disappearances of Ian Hirschsohn, 78, and Kathy Harvey, 73, a statement from the agency revealed. According to CBS 8, the couple was staying in San Quintin for a week-long vacation. The region is approximately 200 miles south of the U.S. border. … [Read more...] about Elderly U.S. Tourists Found Dead in Mexican Border State