Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Border Wars News Blackout For Real - Police Blotter

Rumors of drug cartels crossing the border and making war on U.S.
ranchers are true.

What's more, a quick look at a Webb County Sheriff's Office
blotter report confirms rumors of the news blackout are true.

"On Friday 7-23-10 Laredo Webb informed that their county SWAT
Team is conducting anoperation in the Mines Rd. area. According
to LT. Garcia with LSO(Laredo Sheriff Office) received a call from
a ranch ownerstating that the Zetas had taken over his ranch. As
per the 17(reporting person) he informed them that they stated La
Compania(area business) was taking the ranch and no one was permit-
ted onthe ranch without permission. SO (Sheriff Office) will have
anunmarked green Ford Taurus with two officers stationed at Los
Compadres and a white Chevy Tahoe with two officers stationed at
Mineral Rd. The LSO (Laredo Sheriff Office) will maintain
surveillance in the area and advise if action is taken. Susp
(suspect) Veh (vehicle) are described as a gray or silver Audi, a
BLK (black) Escalade or Navigator and a van truck with a logo of
a car wash spot free on the side. Border Patrol also has their
response team on scene. Also known infoof BMW’s and Corvettes en-
tering and leaving the area. Auth LTLichtenberger if assistance is
requested LPD (Laredo PoliceDepartment) will secure the outer peri-
meter. (07/24/10 07:42:10NR1873)"

Independent newsmen report extended firefights all along Avenida
de La Reforma in Nuevo Laredo between Gulf cartel and Zeta gang
members during the past weekend. On the U.S. side, residents of
La Colonia Concordia fled for the shelter of big stores such as Home
Depot and Wal-Mart for shelter, according to reports published in

No outlets in the corporate media are reporting the problems or
the incursions.


Here's one clue. Reports published and aired over the past week
indicate that top U.S. officials from the President on down the
chain of command are making noises about how the border is

But according to a recent article published July 30 in "The
Houston Chronicle," it ain't necessarily so.

NUEVO LAREDO, Mexico - Heavily armed troops patrol the city,
combat erupts in the streets and mutilated bodies are dumped in
parking lots, ditches and curbs.

After years of relative calm, the gangland nightmare is back -
and yet, barely a single mention of the clashes here has been
made by local radio and television stations or newspapers. The
city's journalists, having lost some of their own and seen their
colleagues across the country killed or kidnapped, have been
silenced for fear for their lives.

"Nowhere is the media controlled more than it is here," said one
reporter, who stressed he would face serious danger if
identified. "There is total control."

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