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    Has anyone out there stopped or had contact with any of these **** heads? If so, are there any distinguishing tattoos or clothing (belt buckles, hats, t-shirts, ect

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    This was the DOJ bulletin I got in my work e-mail form our dept's. Intelligence Unit:

    Type: Officer Safety Alerts
    Date: 08/03/2005

    Mexican mercenaries expand base into U.S.
    A renegade band of Mexican military deserters, offering $50,000 bounties for the assassination of U.S. law-enforcement officers, has expanded its base of operations into the United States to protect loads of cocaine and marijuana being brought into America by Mexican smugglers, authorities said.

    The deserters, known as the "Zetas," trained in the United States as an elite force of anti-drug commandos, but have since signed on as mercenaries for Mexican narcotics traffickers and have recruited an army of followers, many of whom are believed to be operating in Texas, Arizona, California and Florida.

    Working mainly for the Gulf Cartel, one of Mexico's most dangerous drug-trafficking organizations, as many as 200 Zeta members are thought to be involved, including former Mexican federal, state and local police. They are suspected in more than 90 deaths of rival gang members and others, including police officers, in the past two years in a violent drug war to control U.S. smuggling routes.

    The organization's hub, law-enforcement authorities said, is Nuevo Laredo, a border city of 300,000 across from Laredo, Texas. It is the most active port-of-entry along the U.S.-Mexico border, with more than 6,000 trucks crossing daily into Texas, carrying about 40 percent of Mexico's total exports.

    Authorities said the Zetas operate over a wide area of the U.S.-Mexico border and are suspected in at least three drug-related slayings in the Dallas area. They said as many as 10 Zeta members are operating inside Texas as Gulf Cartel assassins, seeking to protect nearly $10 million in daily drug transactions.

    In March, the Justice Department said the Zetas were involved "in multiple assaults and are believed to have hired criminal gangs" in the Dallas area for contract killings. The department said the organization was spreading from Texas to California and Florida and was establishing drug-trafficking routes it was willing to protect "at any cost."
    Last edited by Groundhog; 08-05-2005, 12:30 AM.

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    • #3
      Yet ANOTHER reason to boycott Mexico & not spend a cent in their country.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Stan Switek
        Yet ANOTHER reason to boycott Mexico & not spend a cent in their country.
        ---------- true dat.
        Peace by power

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        • #5
          We have these guys to deal with in Texas and they are spreading throughout the US.

          April 15, 2009. Los Zeta is a paramilitary criminal gang acting as a hired army of the Mexican Gulf Cartel.US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) advises that these paramilitary groups may be the most technologically advanced, sophisticated and violent paramilitary enforcement is groups.Zetas an armed group.They collect all people. They kill them. They kidnap them. The Rob their houses. They come out to make people disappear. They are one of the deadliest gangs working along the US-Mexico border. They admit that they create terror in Mexico and says they are busy in America. The name Zeta comes from a radio code used by the Mexican federal police to locate high-ranking battalion commanders.After they are known as Los Zeta.

          The Zeta was originally members of the Mexican army’s elite Airborne Special Forces Group, trained in locating and apprehending drug cartel members. It is believed that they were originally trained at the Military School of the Americas in the United States. They too were trained by foreign specialists, including Americans, French and Israelis, in rapid deployment, aerial photographs assault, marksmanship, ambush, small-group tactics, collection, counter-surveillance techniques, capture and rescue sophisticated communications.Los Zeta was new cartel in Mexico, independent of their former leaders and with a newly formed alliance of former organizations, will establish a new map for the management of Mexican territories. One of Mexico’s most powerful drug cartels may have had some inside help in North Texas for several years from a Collin County Deputy Constable, according to police documents.

          The Intelligence Bulletin says the Zetas are responsible for hundreds of violent drug-related murders. It says they’ve executed journalists, murdered people in Dallas, McAllen and Laredo, Texas. They even detained two DEA agents and recently they’ve shot at Border Patrol agents. At the Arizona border with Mexico agents are already seeing a major increase in violence.

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          • #6
            They are bad! Watched an episode of gangland on these creatures. You know it's going to take one of own politicians sons or daughters to be a victim of one of these gangs from Mexico, before anything positive happens. They are all over the US, not just the Zetas. Don't even get me started on the MS-13!

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            • #7
              We need to close our borders and deport EVERY illegal alien back to whatever country they came from.
              ROLL TIDE!!!

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              • #8
                (Compiled from-Non-Restricted Open Source Material)

                A recent Intelligence Bulletin from ICE says the Zetas are responsible for hundreds of violent drug-related murders. It says they've executed journalists, murdered people in Dallas, El Paso, McAllen, Laredo, Tijuana and Juarez. They even detained two DEA agents and recently they've shot at Border Patrol agents, County sheriffs and the US National Guard. At the Texas and Arizona borders with Mexico agents are already seeing a major increase in murder and other violence.

                Perfecting their commando training, Los Zetas are known to be extremely violent killers and have been blamed for an outbreak of violence along the Mexican border for several years now.

                Federal agents stationed at the El Paso Criminal Intelligence Center told local law enforcement, "that Not only did they receive some early military training but they developed their own internal training as well increasing their violence far beyond their own original capabilities."

                Between the first of the year and mid-March, 2009 the Mexican criminal organization most commonly known as "Los Zetas" has been busy. Members of this group have been linked to a death threat delivered to the president of Guatemala, a grenade thrown into a bar in Pharr, Texas, the death of a high-ranking military general in Cancun, and a fair share of the organized crime-related deaths registered this year in Mexico.

                Many journalists and analysts who write about Los Zetas still refer to this group as the enforcement branch of the Gulf Cartel. This was a true description when the original 31 Special Forces soldiers abandoned the Mexican military to protect a young, upcoming leader of the Gulf Cartel, Osiel Cardenas Guillen. But today, the Zetas have evolved into a separate entity with its own agenda. And it doesn't take orders from the Gulf Cartel.

                Zetas Organization remains a formidable criminal faction, operating both in Mexico and, to an extent, inside the US. Rumors of training camps continue to circulate, and there is proof that this organization knows how to amass weaponry. In November 2008, Mexican military soldiers seized from a Gulf Cartel safe house in the Mexican border state of Tamaulipas the largest cache of weapons ever discovered in Mexican history: over 500 firearms, including .50 caliber Barrett sniper rifles, rocket and grenade launchers, assault rifles and over a half-million rounds of ammunition.

                At the time of the discovery, many analysts in the US considered the cache as a bold statement of what the Gulf Cartel intends to do. Some headlines even read that the Zetas "prepared for war."

                Speculation about highly trained members of Los Zetas crossing the US border to hunt down and kill civilian targets seemed to be confirmed when a group of men dressed like a Phoenix police SWAT team entered a house and killed a Jamaican drug trafficker in June 2008.

                Police in Birmingham, Alabama, who responded to a multiple homicide in a suburban apartment complex in August 2008, suspected Zeta involvement in the death of a number of Mexican men, found with their throats cut. Money and drugs in the apartment were not disturbed. Police in Georgia suspected Zeta involvement when they discovered that a man had been bound and tortured in the basement of a house near Atlanta.

                Yet in none of these cases have authorities publically confirmed that members of the original Zetas carried out these hits, often referred to as "account adjustments" in Mexico. While it remains unlikely that Mexican members of the Zetas Organization cross the border to maim and kill rivals, there is strong evidence that connects Mexican organized crime with a robust and widespread prison gang population in both California and Texas.

                The Barrio Azteca and Texas Syndicate prison gangs are most likely the Zeta operatives inside the US. There may also be some links to the Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13), as well as other, smaller groups. Yet these groups are contractors, hired for one job, maybe two, explained the intelligence report. But there is little to no evidence to suggest that these groups operate on some sort of retainer, or use the Zeta name to spread fear inside the US.

                Back in Mexico, however, the Zeta Organization has become more and more of a headache, both for the Mexican government and for the organizations' rivals.

                During a conference call on 6 March with journalists, US Senator John Cornyn said that the Gulf and the Sinaloa drug trafficking organizations - including, presumably the Zetas Organization - could together muster an army of some 100,000 guns. Compared to the 130,000 troops within Mexico's regular army.
                Good people sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf.

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                • #9
                  alot of the zetas worship santa muerte. when depicted as a man looks like the grim reaper and will get that tattooed on them. google santa muerte for images and a background on it. pretty much like the saint of death.

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                  • #10
                    So............suspend habeus corpus for non- US citizens anyone?


                    Really, I say kill them where we find them.

                    If you are going to snivel anout my statement like some lib b**ch, then refrain from posting.

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                    • #11
                      How long before a middle east terrorist/cell crosses into the US from Mexico and commits an attack? Im sure the first half of that scenario has already happened. I wonder what it will take to secure for our government to get serious about securing our borders. Maybe we should put signs along the Mexican border advertising Canada and they'll just keep heading north.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by ClintTorres View Post
                        How long before a middle east terrorist/cell crosses into the US from Mexico and commits an attack? Im sure the first half of that scenario has already happened. I wonder what it will take to secure for our government to get serious about securing our borders. Maybe we should put signs along the Mexican border advertising Canada and they'll just keep heading north.
                        Agreed, I would even go so far as to call these Zetas terrorists.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by beachcop05 View Post
                          Agreed, I would even go so far as to call these Zetas terrorists.
                          +1

                          With Los Zetas working with MS-13, International Drug Cartels, links to FARC (and other terror groups) and we have a very serious problem.
                          Good people sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by ClintTorres View Post
                            How long before a middle east terrorist/cell crosses into the US from Mexico and commits an attack? Im sure the first half of that scenario has already happened. I wonder what it will take to secure for our government to get serious about securing our borders. Maybe we should put signs along the Mexican border advertising Canada and they'll just keep heading north.

                            you are correct on your first assumption about the middle eastern terrorist making to mexico. They have a few terror cells down in deep/rural mexico already. They've began to start converting some of the places in deep mexico over to radical islam. So just give it a little more time. Newest from the zetas is they no longer want their drug mules to drop their drugs and run. new rule is to stand and fight for your drugs or be killed when you get back to Mexico.
                            Last edited by SDBP619; 04-24-2009, 09:58 AM. Reason: left something out

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by TXGhost View Post
                              alot of the zetas worship santa muerte. when depicted as a man looks like the grim reaper and will get that tattooed on them. google santa muerte for images and a background on it. pretty much like the saint of death.
                              that is true. "typically" zetas pray homage to la santa muerte, back in march 2008 Jose Alfredo Beltran-Leyva "el mochomo" was arrested in culiacan sinaloa. he was the running the logistics for the sinaloa cartel, also known then as the "federation" (leaders: Joaquin "el chapo" Guzman-loera, Ismael "el mayo" zambada-garcia) each guzman and zambada have their own proper lieutenants, but when "el mochomo's" brother, jose arturo beltran-leyva "el botas blancas" brokered a truce between the beltran-leyva organization and los zetas, Joaquin "el chapo" guzman turned in his lieutentant "el mochomo" to authorities for his brother's "el botas blancas" betrayal. for "el mochomo'" arrest, "el botas blancas" killed one of Joaquin Guzman's sons, Edgar Guzman-lopez "el moreno"

                              now the beltran-leyva organization, los zetas and i believe the juarez cartel (led by the carillo-fuentes organization) and what is left of the arrellano-felix cartel (alot of in fighting in CAF - cartel arrellano-felix) have joined an alliance against the federation (guzman loera & zambada-garcia)

                              so long story short. you might see a sinaloense (sinaloan) with "la santa muerta" on their vehicle, wallet, necklace or tattooed on their body, more than likely a beltran-leyva supporter.

                              also another saint to mention is San Judas Tadeo, not to be confused with judas iscariot, the one who betrayed jesus when he handed jesus over to the jews

                              san judas (for short), looks very similar to jesus, he wears a green robe or shawl but what is distincfull about san judas is that he has a small flame on top of his head.

                              san judas = patron saint for lost causes or difficult circumstances


                              and everybody knows about malverde, impromptu patron saint for drug traffickers from sinaloa.

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