September 2, 2014
Border security, Immigration
border security, Homeland Security, Immigration, ISIS, Judicial Watch, Mexican drug cartels, Michael Webster, southern border, U.S. Border Patrol, US Mexican border
Michael Webster: Syndicated Investigative reporter
The Laguna Journal
El Paso TX. Ft. Bliss military base that’s charged with the defense of our borders with Mexico is reported to be on alert. ISIS/ISIL and other related Islamic terrorist groups are operating in Mexico and are preparing attacks along the U.S. Mexican border from Galveston Texas to San Diego California. According to the Government the alarming terrorist plan is to attack the United States with car bombs or other vehicle born improvised explosive devices (VBIED).
Federal law enforcement have confirmed to The U.S. Border Fire report that an urgent warning bulletin to border city and county police warn of an imminent terrorist attack on the U.S. Mexican border. Based on other news reports, agents across a number of Homeland Security, Justice and Defense agencies have all been placed on alert and instructed to aggressively work all possible leads and sources concerning this imminent terrorist threat. More
January 10, 2013
Immigration, Ruthie Report
deportation of illegals, gun control, illegal immigration, illegal immigration crime, increased gun regulation, Mexican drug cartels, Minnsir, Ruthie Hendrycks, The Chicago Minuteman Project, The Ruthie Report
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August 3, 2010
America Betrayed radio, border wars, drug wars, illegal immigration, Los Zeta's, Marti Oakley, Mexican drug cartels, The American Voice
AMERICA BETRAYED: Guest: Marti Oakley Publisher of the PPJ Gazette … with Co-Host Paul Le Mat and Rattlesnake Ray Rancher
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Mexican Drug Cartel soldiers shot in Arizona desert: Los Zetas officer says shoot to kill Americans in retaliation
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July 31, 2010
American milita groups, Arizona, Arizona Citizens militia, border defense, drug wars, gang members, human smuggling, illegal immigration, Mexican drug cartels, New Mexico, Sinaloa, unsecured border, Zetas
By Michael Webster: Syndicated Investigative Reporter. July 29, 2010. At 12:01 PM PDT. Revised July 30.
The Mexican Drug War is an armed conflict taking place between rival drug cartels and government forces in Mexico. This war has now evolved into a shooting war along the U.S. Mexican border and beyond into most states across the country. This war is being waged between the Mexican Drug cartels, Mexico gangs, American gangs, U.S. Law enforcement and American Militia groups. Although Mexican drug cartels, or drug trafficking organizations, have existed for a few decades, they have become more powerful since the demise of Colombia’s Cali and Medellín cartels in the 1990s. Mexican drug cartels now dominate the complete wholesale illicit drug market in the United States.
With more and more confrontations between the drug traffickers and the U.S. Militia groups where by at least one of those groups claim to have killed and wounded Mexican Drug Cartel smugglers trying to enter the United States. These fire fights are accuring on the border and up to 200 miles north of the border in Arizona, New Mexico, Texas and California. Arrests of key cartel leaders recently in the Juarez, Tijuana, Gulf, Sinaloa and Zetas cartels have led to increasing violence between the cartels and the Mexican Military as well as with each other as they fight for control of the trafficking routes into and in the United States. More
July 18, 2010
Arizona, Arizona Citizen Militia, border patrol, border war, drug cartels, FBI, Los Zeta's, Mexican drug cartels, Michael Webster, war on the border
Michael Webster: Syndicated Investigative Reporter.
6th part in a multiple part series.
On June 7, during a scuffle with some rock-throwing Mexican teenagers in a concrete drainage canal near El Paso, Texas, a U.S. Border Patrol officer shot Sergio Adrian Hernandez Guereca, 15, in the head, killing him. Uniformed, combat ready Mexican forces in the Rio Grande River channel bordering the two cities of El Paso and Juarez brandishing their weapons, assisted by Mexican bystanders throwing rocks and firecrackers, later chased off FBI agents investigating the shooting. More
July 11, 2010
Arizona, California, Mexican drug cartels, Mexico, Michael Webster, Pinal County sheriff, SB1070, vigilante's
By Michael Webster: Syndicated Investigative Reporter July 8, 2010 at 12:30 PM PDT
Link to new article: UPDATE ON AZ SITUATION Shooting War at the U.S. Mexican border.___
One of my informants whom I have called Juan in previous news reports, called me recently on the cell phone he provided me at our last meeting a month or so ago. He told me that his boss, a Los Zetas Mexican drug cartel officer, wanted to meet with me and give me some important information regarding the so called war on drugs raging on the border. A date and time was set up for this meeting at a public place.
At this encounter, the Mexican I met was clean shaven with a military style “high and tight” short hair cut, who looked to be about 35 years old or so, claiming to be an officer in the Los Zetas Mexican drug cartel organization. He told me straight out that he believed two of his men were shot and killed recently in the desert in Arizona by American vigilantes and he would be taking revenge. He first said he thought that his men where killed by opposing drug cartel member gangs; saying he and his men had killed several gang members recently whom they thought were responsible for those killings and other recent attacks in the area. That bloody confrontation took place just south of the Arizona border. The shootout left 21 dead. More
May 2, 2010
Arizona, Bob Krentz, border patrol, illegal immigration, mexican assassins, Mexican drug cartels, R-CAlf
As you know, one of our local ranchers, Bob Krentz, an R-CALF member, was murdered in Douglas, AZ, two weeks ago. His funeral is tomorrow. I received three messages from different officers within the Rangers and law enforcement. Yesterday afternoon I talked to another rancher near us who is a friend of ours and whose great grandfather started their ranch here in 1880. These are good people. He told me what really happened out at the Krentz ranch and what you won’t read in the papers. The Border Patrol is afraid of starting a small war between civilians here and the drug cartels in Mexico . More
April 2, 2010
border security, drug wars, Mexican drug cartels, national guard, no enforcement
Dozens of residents in Mexico along the U.S. Mexican border have crossed into the U.S. and asked for political asylum, telling authorities that they fear for their lives.
As the U.S. State Dept. cautions Americans about travel to Mexican border towns and President Obama reportedly is cutting back on the U.S. Border Patrol and Republican Senator John McCain asked the U.S. Government to deploy the National Guard to the border in response to narcotics violence. New Mexico Gov: Bill Richardson orders his state troops to it’s southern border with Mexico. Texas Gov. Rick Perry recently put his National Guard on the Texas Mexico border. Arizona and California are expected to follow suit. More
October 23, 2009
drug war, ICE, illegal immigration, Mexican drug cartels, Michael Webster
PPJ Correspondent: For more articles by MW go to:
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Michael Webster: Syndicated Investigative Reporter. Oct 22, 2009 at 5:00 PM PDT
Federal court documents show that the Arrelano Felix Organization (AFO) also known as the Arrelano Felix Family is a criminal enterprise based in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico. For more than 20 years, the AFO has shipped hundreds of tons of cocaine and marijuana to the United States; laundered hundreds of millions of dollars in drug proceeds; kidnapped, tortured, and murdered numerous persons, including informants and law enforcement personnel; and paid millions of dollars in bribes to government officials. The cartel nearly collapsed in 2002, after Ramon Arrelano Felix was killed by the police, and Brother Benjamin was taken into custody. However, the cartel has since seen resurgence in strength, power, and violence. And, with the recruiting of U.S. Government agents and others, the cartel continues to be a major player in all organized crime in Baja California.
The remarkable thing about this case is one of the defendants is a high ranking current or former United States Government agent with ICE, little known fact that has not been brought to the attention of the public by U.S. Authorities. One high ranking Mexican official pointed out that they (the U.S. Government) may not realize it themselves. More
October 7, 2009
drug cartels, El Paso, illegal immigration, kidnapping, MDC's, Mexican drug cartels, Michael Webster, prostitution, RICO, theft. fraud extortion, weapons trafficking
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By Michael Webster: Syndicated Investigative Reporter. Oct 6, 2009 1:30 PM PDT
According to a DEA operative in the L.A. area who insists on remaining anonymous told the U.S. Border Fire Report that businesses along the dangerous U.S. Mexican border from Texas to California have been the victims of extortion attempts and threats. He further indicated that he believes that a good number of minority owned businesses in the Los Angeles area are also victims of extortion and that Mexican Drug Cartels and L.A. gangs and others are responsible. “He said that many of the victims especially those without papers are fearful of reporting the crime to authorities as they fear retaliation”.
Recently in the Los Angeles area grand jury indictments have come down charging hundreds of gang members of notorious L. A. street gangs with wide ranging criminal charges including extortion and 88 of those have been named in a wide-ranging federal RICO racketeering indictment.
According to a 222-page indictment returned by a federal grand jury recently, members and associates of the Avenues street gang are part of a criminal enterprise that engaged in a host of criminal acts, including murders, attempted murders, narcotics trafficking, robberies, extortions, money laundering and witness intimidation. More
September 18, 2009
Council on Foreign Relations, decapitations, drug wars, drugs, global intelligence, illegal immigration, Mexican drug cartels, Michael Webster
Mexican Nationals fleeing into the United States
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By Michael Webster: Syndicated Investigative reporter.
Sept 15, 2009 at 10:30 AM PDT.
Mexican Nationals are fleeing into the United States in record numbers many fearing for their lives. Most because of the Mexican civil war that is raging between the Mexican Government, the Mexican Drug Cartels (MDC’s) and the cartels fighting among themselves over lucrative drug and human smuggling routes in both Mexico and the U.S. Many believe they are safer here than in Mexico. Many of these refugees are Mexican business people, ranchers, police, politicians and even cartel members who fear for their lives. Still others were victims being shaken down for protection money by the cartels similar to the American mafia tactics of the twenty’s and thirty’s. Many of them fear retaliation for not paying the cash or are just not welling to pay anymore.
Shopkeepers along the U.S. Mexican border recite the list of “protection” fees they pay to the MDC’s to just stay in business: 100 pesos a month for a stall in a street market, 30,000 pesos for an auto dealership or construction-supply firm.
First offense for nonpayment: a severe beating. Those who keep ignoring the fees – or try to charge their own – may pay with their lives. More