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Mexican Prosecutor’s Office Ordered to Release Records on San Fernando Massacre

This week, Mexico’s new information commissioners for the first time ordered the federal prosecutor’s office to open certain investigative files relating to the discovery of some 200 bodies in mass graves in the state of Tamaulipas in April 2011. 651 more words

Human Rights

Four Years Later, Mexican Migration Agency Makes First Disclosure on 2010 San Fernando Massacre

INM Invokes Human Rights Clause of Mexican Access Law; Says Right to Information is “a Fundamental Human Right”; Cites Presumption of Disclosure

Nearly four years later, Mexico’s federal migration agency has for the first time released declassified files on the August 2010 San Fernando massacre—in which 72 migrants were pulled from buses in Mexico’s northern border state of Tamaulipas and executed by suspected members of the… 925 more words

Human Rights

Alleged 'Israeli sniper' busted for posting bogus pictures [pics]

A Twitter account operated by someone claiming to be an Israeli Defense Force sniper looks a little fishy thanks to some electronic detective work. The following was posted yesterday. 376 more words

US Politics

IF OBAMA IS NOT GUILTY OF TREASON, THIS IS THE SPEECH HE SHOULD MAKE TONIGHT! | Dave Hodges – The Common Sense Show

IF OBAMA IS NOT GUILTY OF TREASON, THIS IS THE SPEECH HE SHOULD MAKE TONIGHT!

IF OBAMA IS NOT GUILTY OF TREASON, THIS IS THE SPEECH HE SHOULD MAKE TONIGHT! 1,151 more words

Alternate News

Fearing Rape, Female Migrants Are Taking Birth Control Before Crossing The Border

“The women passing through here know that they’re going to be raped”

– Father Pedraza, director of a shelter for migrants in Altar

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U.S. News

Mexico’s cartel-fighting vigilantes get closer to the Texas border

Ioan GrilloJuly 8, 2014 00:32

Armed residents are taking on the feared Zetas cartel in Tamaulipas state. One desperate town’s mayor applauds them.

Armed residents are forming vigilante forces to fight cartels closer and closer to Mexico’s US border. 1,162 more words

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