Ildefonso Ortiz

Ildefonso Ortiz

Articles by Ildefonso Ortiz

Matan a 10 Sicarios Zetas en Balacera Fronteriza

NUEVO LAREDO, Tamaulipas – Diez sicarios murieron en dos feroces tiroteos con el ejército mexicano en la ciudad fronteriza de Nuevo Laredo; una victima inocente atrapada en el fuego cruzado resultó gravemente herida. Los pistoleros son parte de la facción Cartel Del Noreste de Los Zetas, la organización criminal que controla la región. Se sospecha que por lo menos 2 de los sicarios muertos son militares activos o recientemente desertaron.

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Cartel-Linked Mexican Governor Calls on Immigrants in U.S. to Vote for Biden

A Mexican governor took to social media to ask people originating from his state who live in the U.S. to vote for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden in what he called an opportunity to end “a long night of racism and hate.” The governor was previously accused by a top cartel boss for exchanging money for votes in his own election.

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Watch: Family Dollar Store Destroyed in Philadelphia Protests

Cell phone video from the aftermath of Monday night’s riots in Philadelphia revealed the damage left behind by looters who raided various businesses. The riots sent more than 30 police officers to the hospital including a female sergeant who was struck by a vehicle.

Philadelphia Family Dollar vandalized and looted by protesters.

EXCLUSIVA: Narco De Los Más Buscados por FBI Tras Red de Lavado y Extorsión en Nuevo León

Un narcotraficante mexicano que es uno de los fugitivos más buscados por el FBI por ordenar una narco-ejecución en Texas, actualmente controla un poderoso operativo de lavado de dinero y de extorsión en uno de los municipios más exclusivos del estado fronterizo de Nuevo León. A pesar de ser buscado por las autoridades estadounidenses, los funcionarios locales de ese municipio han estado ignorando las actividades delictivas y los asesinatos por parte del narcotraficante y su organización.

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BLM Protester Pointed Laser at San Diego Police Helicopter, Say Feds

Federal authorities are prosecuting a San Diego man for allegedly pointing a laser at a police helicopter during a Black Lives Matter protest. Some lasers can blind pilots in mid-flight and cause a crash, according to authorities. Pointing a laser at an aircraft is a felony under U.S. law.

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Teens Assaulted Trump Supporters in California, Say Police

Two teenagers stand accused of assaulting a group of Trump supporters in Palm Springs, California. The pair were part of a larger group that allegedly punched Trump rally-goers. One allegedly used an airgun several times while targeting a Trump supporter. One of the minors was also in possession of a 9mm pistol magazine.

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EXCLUSIVA: Narco De Los Más Buscados por FBI Tras Varios Homicidios en Nuevo León

Un hombre que fue agregado recientemente a la lista de Los Más Buscados del FBI por una ejecución de un cartel en Texas, ha sido vinculado a varios asesinatos en el estado fronterizo de Nuevo León, donde su organización criminal ha establecido un control virtualmente absoluto sobre uno de los municipios más lujosos de México.

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U.S. Identifies Mexico’s Former Defense Secretary as Cartel Godfather

U.S. federal prosecutors accuse Mexico’s former secretary of defense and some of his top aides of working with drug traffickers for years. The allegations followed the highly publicized arrest in California by U.S. federal agents and the subsequent court appearance of the former general. Prosecutors unsealed a five-count indictment against him.

Mexico's Defense Secretary Gen. Salvador Cienfuegos Zepeda gestures as U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis listens during a reception ceremony in Mexico City, Friday, Sept. 15, 2017. Mattis is meeting with senior Mexican government officials in the capital on the eve of Mexico's national Independence Day. At right is Secretary of …

Mexican Drug Lord Wanted in Texas Murder Makes FBI’s Top 10

A Mexican drug lord wanted for ordering the assassination of a man in the Dallas suburb of Southlake was added to the FBI’s Most Wanted list. Federal authorities are offering up to $1 million for information leading to the arrest of the man who continues to operate in Mexico and is responsible for violent executions in Nuevo Leon.

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Portland Prosecutors Drop 90 Percent of Cases Stemming from Riots

Prosecutors in Portland, Oregon, have dismissed charges on 90 percent of the protesters arrested during Antifa and anti-police riots in September. One had also been charged with attempted murder, assault, and arson. Of the 213 arrested that month, only cases for 19 are pending.

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Mexican Military Raids Narco-Terrorist Propaganda Production Base

Mexican military forces raided a base of operations used by a narco-terrorist organization to record videos depicting heavily armed gunmen and armored vehicles. Authorities seized an arsenal consisting of an anti-aircraft machine gun, grenades, .50 caliber rifles, automatic rifles, and sets of body armor.

Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion leakes video showing what appears to be a paramilitary armored unit. (Breitbart Texas / Cartel Chronicles)

Murdered U.S. Consulate Employee Likely Mistaken for Cop, Say Mexican Prosecutors

The recent murder of an employee of the U.S. Consulate in Tijuana was likely due to organized crime members mistaking the farming specialist for a law enforcement agent. The revelation comes as Mexican authorities walk back prior claims about the man being shot nine times–as opposed to stabbed to death.

Mexican federal police officers stand guard on the Mexico side of the border on Tuesday, March 13, 2018, in Tijuana, Mexico. President Trump is scheduled to visit the site of the border wall prototypes which can be seen in the background behind the wall. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)