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    Sunday, June 07, 2009

    Mexican drug cartels, lessons from al Qaeda and Taliban

    Paradigm Intel says Mexican drug cartels
    taking lessons from al Qaeda and Taliban.

    maybe setting up bases in Parts of Guatemala Falling to Mexican Drug Lords,
    “We’ve dismantled bases from Los Zetas in which we came across anti-aircraft guns, military uniforms, anti-personnel mines,” Menocal says. “We suspect that these guys are preparing to defend their territories inside Guatemala.”

    They seem to be setting up a backup base across a national border,
    like the Taliban has with the Durand line.

     "Abdullah al-Nafisi telling a room full of supporters in Bahrain that al Qaeda is casing the U.S. border with Mexico to assess how to send terrorists and weapons into the U.S." Internet Anthropologist Think Tank: "Professor" Abdallah Nafisi.
    While he doesn't say al Qaeda is casing the border he is suggesting an attack,
    but he is not a professor.


    The Two Malcontents » Open Borders and Sanctuary Cities: Mexican ...
    By T2M 
    Authorities say Mr. Haro-Perez was the Atlanta head of the Gulf
    Cartel, one of 
    Mexico's most powerful drug-trafficking
    organizations, in charge of distributing drugs, collecting proceeds
    and keeping the books for the entire operation. 
    ... They've carried
    kidnappings and killings near the border in places such as
    Phoenix and even as far from the border as Alabama. In a well-
    publicized case near Birmingham, four men were tortured and killed
    and their throats slit in 


    Two more bodies found amid spike in violence
    San Diego Union Tribune - San Diego,CA,USA
    The Citizens Association Against Impunity said that at least 70
    people have been 
    kidnapped this year, mostly in Tijuana. ..

    Kidnapping, Rape Culprit Sought By Las Cruces Crime Stoppers - El Paso,TX,USA
    LAS CRUCES, NM -- Las Cruces Crime Stoppers is offering a
    reward of up to $1000 for information that leads to the arrest of
    the person who 
    kidnapped and ...


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