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    • 1.

      Mexican Drug Cartels Infiltrating Collages and High School Campuses in America

      by michael Webster - 2008-05-07
       By Michael Webster: Investigative Reporter May 7, 2008, 2:00 PM PDT  In a recent drug bust at the San Diego State University Federal agents and SDSU police culminated a yearlong investigation into...
    • 2.

      More Americans Shot in Mexico

      by michael Webster - 2008-05-09
       By Michael Webster: Investigative Reporter May 8, 2008 1:00 PM PDT Four Americans were shot and wounded on Thursday as they were leaving the Arriba Chihuahua nightclub in the ProNaF tourist zone in...
    • 3.

      Juarez Police Chief Resigns for Fear of His Life

      by michael Webster - 2008-05-11
      by Michael Webster: Investigative Reporter May 11, 2008 1:00 PM PDT  EL PASO/JUAREZ METRO-BORDERPLEX - The Juarez's police Chief Guillermo Preito announced his resignation from the Juarez Police Dep...
    • 4.

      Mexico's National Security Cabinet Expected to Declare a State of Emergency

      by michael Webster - 2008-05-13
      Michael Webster: Investigative Reporter May 12, 2008 9:00 PM PDT Mexico's National Security Cabinet is holding an emergency meeting and is expected to declare a state of emergency. They will also dis...
    • 5.

      Amnesty International Joins Opposition to Bush's Merida Initiative

      by michael Webster - 2008-05-13
      Michael Webster: Investigative Reporter May 13, 2008 3:00 PM PSTLeft and right appear to unite to oppose Mexico foreign policy scheme by oppossing the President's failing "Merida Initiative" to pony u...
    • 6.

      Four or More Americans Executed in Mexico

      by michael Webster - 2008-05-19
       By Michael Webster: Investigative Reporter Monday May 19, 2008 9:00 AM PDTSix gangland style murders four or more are believed Americans who were shot and killed on Sunday as they were traveling on ...
    • 7.

      Mexican Authorities Covering Up Shootings of Americans

      by michael Webster - 2008-05-21
      By Michael Webster: Investigative Reporter May 21, 2008 2:30 p.m. PST  Rosarito Beach Mexico: Mexican authorities say they are investigating a shooting of a U.S. Marine early yesterday morning in wh...
    • 8.

      Mexico Drug Related Violent Deaths Escalate

      by michael Webster - 2008-05-22
      By Michael Webster: Investigative Reporter May 22, 2008 5:00 p.m. PDTOver 1,500 people have been killed in Mexico so far this year, according to Mexican news reports. Most of the slayings have taken p...
    • 9.

      Dea, Fbi and Cia are All Operating Covertly in Mexico's Narco-trafficking Underworld Many U.s. Agents Dirty

      by michael Webster - 2008-05-29
      By Michael Webster: Investigative Reporter May 29, 2008 3:00 p.m. PDTThe Laguna Journal reported following last September's crash of a Gulfstream jet operated by the CIA allegedly for torture flights ...
    • 10.

      What Happened to the Million Cash & the Suspect?

      by michael Webster - 2008-06-02
      by Michael Webster Investigative ReporterJune 2, 2008 6:00 p.m. PSTU.S. Currency confiscated in traffic stop by El Paso County Sheriff's Office. Back in January of this year the El Paso Journal repor...