The top security official in the Mexican border state of Tamaulipas confirmed that drug cartels have been planting land mines along rural roads in the northern part of the state, confirming a prior news report from Breitbart Texas.
A doxing scandal started by Mexico’s President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador led to the additional doxing of two presidential candidates. The president also admitted that he didn’t care if he broke the law by starting the controversy.
Authorities in Tamaulipas tried to downplay a deadly cartel attack on Mexican military forces just south of the Texas border. While the violence in Tamaulipas continues to climb higher each day, government officials continue to downplay the violence, c…
Mexico’s President has once again criticized the U.S. government over alleged investigations into his administration’s ties to drug cartels.
Mexican soldiers killed 12 gunmen suspected of being part of the Gulf Cartel during a fierce shootout in the city of Miguel Aleman, Tamaulipas, just south of the border with Texas. Despite almost daily shootouts or violent incidents Tamaulipas state of…
A candidate for sheriff in South Texas allegedly embezzled more than $1 million from his family, his relatives claimed. The candidate reportedly used companies in Nicaragua to move funds between and from his security company in South Texas, a statement…
Mexican authorities found a cache of RPGs, shoulder-fired rockets, and various other weapons after a shootout with cartel gunmen in the beach resort town of Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco.
Drug cartels in Mexico resorted, once again, to terror-style tactics by deploying dozens of landmines in their ongoing turf war for control of lucrative drug trafficking routes into Texas.
Police in the U.S. arrested a Mexican state police officer linked to the mass killing and incineration of 16 migrants and three human smugglers in 2021. Police found the fugitive hiding in Kyle, Texas, in an attempt to avoid prosecution in Mexico.
Cartel gunmen in Mexico continue to grow bolder in their tactics and weapons used to attack Mexican military and security forces. This rising violence comes as drug cartels have begun designing and manufacturing their own explosive devices.