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U.S. and Mexico Military Play Increasing Role in Border Operations

Our team at Salem-News, and also Narco News, were the first to report on the activities of this joint task force.

(SALEM) - US Mexican joint military task force Robert Plumlee and I enjoy watching the national media play catch-up with our reports from years ago. The game is on again as information about the U.S./Mexican military Joint Task Force continues to emerge.

A new article in the El Paso Times illustrates the reason that officials from both countries have been hesitant to confirm the existence of this military border group; the 1997 shooting death of a young Mexican national by a U.S. Marine.

Read Full Article (Feb-17-2012 01:32)

Police in Arizona Shoot Man Holding 9-Month Old Baby

Scottsdale Officer James Peters has killed six people in the line of duty, in seven 'justified' shooting incidents.

(SCOTTSDALE, AZ) - Scottsdale Police Officer James Peters A grandfather in Scottsdale, Arizona was blasted in the head by a police officer who "thought" the man might have had a weapon.

"There were at least three officers in position to engage the suspect. At least one of the officers thought he saw something in the suspect's hands," Scottsdale Police Sgt. Mark Clark told Arizona's KPNX.

Read Full Article (Jan-17-2012 16:08)

Third World-Style Economies Proliferate

Sprawling, open-air markets are located in low-income sections of cities populated by many immigrants.

(LAS CRUCES, N.M.) - Popular swap meet in San Diego Pirate profiteers and street merchants are central players in the economies of Mexico and other nations of the developing world.

Read Full Article (Jan-08-2012 22:59)

The NRA -- A terrorist organization

Guns + testosterone + NRA = American terrorism.

(CALGARY, Alberta) - There were sombre ceremonies across Tucson, Arizona on Sunday, January 8, 2012, in remembrance of Jared Loughner’s shooting spree a year ago where he seriously wounded Representative Gabrielle Giffords, killed six and wounded 12 more.

I suggest that the Untied States, is the only country in world, where remembrances could be held virtually every single day of the year for egregious killings of citizens by their other citizens—all indirectly supported by the National Rifle Association.

Read Full Article (Dec-18-2011 12:58)

Border Crossers Encounter New Delays

“The principal mission of US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is anti-terrorism” - agency statement

(LAS CRUCES, N.M.) - U.S. border crossing with Mexico In an e-mail to constituents this month, El Paso Congressman Silvestre Reyes lauded the November opening of a new, high-tech pedestrian crossing system at the Paso del Norte (Santa Fe) Bridge between Ciudad Juarez and El Paso.

With assistance from the Unisys Corporation, the maze-like system uses a combination of revolving doors, hand-held mobile devices and radio frequency identification (RFID) to process US passports; ten fingerprint biometric capture devices were also installed for inclusion in the system, according to Unisys.

Read Full Article (Dec-14-2011 22:29)

Arizona Western College Goes Solar

Arizona Western College and Main Street Power Announce Completion of 5-Megawatt Solar Technology Installation to drive sustainability, solar education and workforce training.

(YUMA, Ariz.) - Solar power at AWC Arizona Governor Jan Brewer visited AWC to "Flip the Switch" on a 5-megawatt (MW) solar installation that will provide approximately 100 percent of the college's daytime electricity needs.

"As a college that has worked to develop a strong science program, with facilities and scholarships that are the envy of the state, we are thrilled to integrate solar technology into our curriculum and our sustainability plan," stated AWC president Dr. Glenn Mayle.

Read Full Article (Nov-26-2011 18:14)

Was Former DEA Agent Jailed for Exposing ATF Arms Trafficking?

Iran/Contra-era Whistleblower Cele Castillo alleged federal Agents were involved in gun smuggling in 2008.

(COLUMBUS, N.M. The Narcosphere) - Cele Castillo Former DEA Agent Cele Castillo, who blew the whistle on the CIA-backed arms-for-drugs trade used to prop up the 1980s Contra counter-insurgency in Nicaragua, is now sitting in a federal prison.

Before Castillo reported to prison, he shared with this reporter a series of revelations concerning arms trafficking and corrupt ATF agents.

Read Full Article (Nov-07-2011 05:00)

Cele Castillo- American DEA Hero- Scapegoat for `Fast and Furious`?

America's habit of making enemies out of former allies turns inward with the conviction of a decorated DEA Agent in a crime the U.S. ATF itself committed.

(SALEM) - Cele Castillo, photographed with former U.S. Presidents George H.W. Bush and James Carter; during Operation Condor in Peru and Volcano in Guatemala. The conduct the U.S. is willing to commit to quiet its opponents is shocking. Retired DEA Agent Celerino "Cele" Castillo III was a front line agent for 12 years in the Drug Enforcement Administration.

Today he's serving a 37-month prison sentence, and the feds would not mind if Americans believed they convicted someone in connection with a crime the ATF is presently accused of.

Read Full Article (Oct-23-2011 00:41)

Grandmother of Missing 5-Year Old Girl Blames Lackluster Media Coverage on Race

$16,000 in reward money for information regarding Jahessye Shockley's whereabouts.

(GLENDALE, Ariz.) - Jahessye Shockley - missing from Glendale, Ariz. A grandmother in Arizona says that the reason her grandchild hasn't gotten attention for her disappearance is because she is African American.

The girl has been missing for a week, and she has been begging the media to cover her child's disappearance. Jahessye Shockley was last seen on October 11 and disappeared while her mother was out running an errand.

Read Full Article (Sep-30-2011 03:55)

Mata Zetas - Has Los Zetas Cartel Met its Own Murderous Match?

Five masked men; one says they're called the "Mata Zetas," or Zeta Killers, an "extermination" force.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Zeta Killers? Heroes or villains? A group in Mexico says they are putting an end to the terror streak inflicted on the population by 'Los Zetas' cartel by giving them a dose of their own medicine.

The vigilantism is getting mixed reviews and the Mexican government rejects it. It also doesn't help matters if the group calling itself, "Mata Zetas," or Zetas Killers - is actually linked to the rival Sinaloa cartel...

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