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Saturday, April 30, 2016

Border Patrol Agents Rescue Men Locked in Trunk


Release Date: 
April 27, 2016
PINE VALLEY, Calif. — U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested a woman at the Interstate 8 checkpoint Tuesday for smuggling two Mexican nationals inside the trunk of her car.
U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested a woman at the Interstate 8 checkpoint Tuesday for smuggling two Mexican nationals inside the trunk of her car.
U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested a woman at the Interstate 8 checkpoint Tuesday for smuggling two Mexican nationals inside the trunk of her car.
At approximately 1 p.m., a 19-year-old female arrived at the checkpoint near Pine Valley driving a 2003 Acura TL.  Agents referred the woman for a secondary inspection and, when they opened the trunk of the Acura, they discovered two men inside.  The men had been in the trunk for an extended period and were disoriented by the daylight and had difficulty speaking.  After providing aid to the men, agents determined both were Mexican nationals illegally present in the U.S.
Agents arrested the female driver, who faces federal charges for human smuggling. The two Mexican nationals were transported to a nearby Border Patrol station for processing.
Campo Patrol Agent in Charge David BeMiller said, “Due to the extraordinary vigilance of the Campo Station agents, many smugglers have tried and failed to get their human cargo through the Border Patrol checkpoint on Interstate 8.”
Since October 1, 2015, Border Patrol agents in San Diego Sector have intercepted 14,449 individuals who attempted to illegally enter the U.S.
To prevent the illicit smuggling of humans, drugs, and other contraband, the U.S. Border Patrol maintains a high level of vigilance on corridors of egress away from our Nation’s borders. To report suspicious activity to the U.S. Border Patrol, contact San Diego Sector at (619) 498-9900.

CBP seize 7 tons of weed in San Diego

Release Date: 
April 29, 2016
SAN DIEGO – U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers working at the Otay Mesa cargo facility Thursday discovered more than seven tons of marijuana in a commercial truck with cargo manifested as furniture.
CBP officers working at the Otay Mesa cargo facility Thursday discovered more than seven tons of marijuana in a commercial truck with cargo manifested as furniture.“My officers are out there rain or shine to disrupt illicit activity,” said Otay Mesa cargo Port Director, Rosa Hernandez.  “This seizure demonstrates that and their commitment to keeping our community safe from dangerous contraband.”
On April 28, at about 9:40 a.m., a 47-year-old male Mexican citizen driving a 1994 Freightliner pulling a trailer entered the port of entry for inspection.  The CBP officer referred the driver and conveyance for a more in-depth examination.
CBP officers extracted 587 packages of marijuana from the trailer, weighing 14,219 pounds with a street value of $7.1 million.Officers ran the truck through the port’s imaging system which revealed anomalies with the shipment.  Officers inspected the shipment, they opened the trailer and discovered boxes stacked throughout. When the officers began to open the boxes they discovered large wrapped packages that field-tested positive for marijuana.
CBP officers extracted 587 packages of marijuana from the trailer, weighing 14,219 pounds with a street value of $7.1 million.
The driver was turned over to the custody of Homeland Security Investigations agents for further processing.
CBP officers seized the marijuana and the tractor and trailer.

Rebecca Zahau Case - death threats 2 months before she was killed ?

There was talk on the Coronado Patch blog that Rebecca Zahau filed a police report with the ( Coronado Police ) 2 months before she was killed ? The report was she had concerns about her safety and that she thought Dina Shacknai was going to kill her?

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We do not know if the Zahau Legal team has confirmed this report ever took place but this would be devastating evidence in this case . It would be hearsay at this point unless a report  surfaced.

The blogger called ( Lipp ) from the Coronado Patch seem to have a lot of inside information regarding Rebecca's safety issue's.

If you have any information on this post or case leave a comment.

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Iran - 100 lashes for woman caught cheating on husband

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NCRI - Iran's fundamentalist regime has flogged a woman in public in Golpayegan, central Iran, it emerged on Wednesday.

The woman, who was only identified by her initials S. T., was given 100 lashes, state media reported.
The flogging was carried out as punishment over an affair she allegedly had with another man, according to Najafali Alyan, the regime’s prosecutor in Golpayegan. His remarks were carried by the state-run Serat News Agency on April 27.
There haven’t been reports in state media of women being flogged in public in Iran in recent years.
The woman is currently serving a 15-year prison sentence for her alleged role in the murder of her husband in July 2012. The Iranian regime's judiciary is notorious for handing down draconian verdicts without due process, and it has been repeatedly condemned by international human rights organizations.
Farideh Karimi, a human rights activist and member of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), strongly condemned the public flogging in Golpayegan.
“The public flogging of a woman in Iran is a new misogynist measure by the Rouhani government, which is extremely disturbing and abhorrent. The women politicians from the West who visit Iran should reconsider such outreaches and their impact in emboldening the regime in its attitude,” she said.
She added: “In view of the new wave of suppression of women in Iran, we urge women’s rights activists and organizations to stand up and speak out against the mullahs’ misogynist policies.”
Last week the mullahs' regime launched a new plan to suppress women for "improper veiling." It deployed some 7,000 so-called undercover 'morality police officers' in Tehran tasked with suppressing women on the streets and alerting official law enforcement agencies of instances of “mal-veiling” and other “violations” of the mullahs’ fundamentalist laws.
The Iranian regime has hanged at least 66 women and 2,300 men since Hassan Rouhani took office as President in 2013.

Iran - 6 year old girl raped and killed covered in acid

Civil and human rights activists in Herat, northwest of Afghanistan have protested outside the Iranian regime’s consulate, demanding that the perpetrators who raped and murdered a six-year-old Afghan girl in Iran to be brought to justice.
Setayesh Ghoreishi was reported as missing on April 9 in the Iranian city of Varamin, south-east of Tehran. Her body was discovered the following day after she was assaulted and stabbed to death by an attacker who tried to dispose of her body by putting her in a bathtub and covering her in acid, according to the International Business Times.
The protesters in Herat on Wednesday carried Setayesh’s photo as they chanted slogans demanding justice.
In the Iranian capital Tehran this week the mullahs’ regime attacked a group of mourners who had prepared to gather to protest Setayesh’s murder.
Her devastated family claimed that the Iranian regime’s state media failed to give the case much coverage, due to their status as Afghan migrants, and asked that the perpetrator be treated the same as he would if the case was reversed and a migrant had killed a young Iranian girl.
The case sparked a huge reaction on social media, where the hashtag #IamSetayesh was shared to raise awareness of the under-reported case.
Mrs. Maryam Rajavi , President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, sent a message of condolences and sympathy to the people of Afghanistan and ‪Afghan‬ immigrants in Iran for the murder of ‪Setayesh‬.‬‬
She said that the attack by members of the Iranian regime’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) on the gathering for Setayesh in front of the Afghan Embassy showed that the mullahs are the “enemy of the people of Iran and Afghanistan.” ‬‬

Sunday, April 24, 2016

JAMAICA, N.Y. - 8 bricks of cocaine found in Candy

JAMAICA, N.Y. — U. S. Customs and Border Protection agriculture specialists and officers discovered a special surprise inside containers of candy carried by a passenger arriving at John F. Kennedy International Airport.CBP at JFK Seizes Cocaine in Candy
On April 18, CBP agriculture specialists were preforming an x-ray examination of luggage belonging to Ms. Petra Medarda, a citizen of Mexico, who had arrived on a flight from Mexico City, Mexico.  CBP agriculture specialists performing the x-ray examination noticed an anomaly on the x-ray of rectangular shaped objects, and discovered that a package was concealed within the containers of candy.
CBP agriculture specialists requested assistance from CBP officers who escorted Ms. Medarda to a private search room where CBP officers probed the concealed package producing a white powder that tested positive for cocaine.
In total, CBP discovered eight bricks of cocaine weighing approximately 10 lbs. with an estimated street value of $175,000.
“This latest seizure demonstrates the vigilance of our CBP officers, and their excellence in detecting those who would try to smuggle these illegal substances,” said Robert E. Perez, Director, Field Operations New York.
CBP officers placed Ms. Medarda under arrest and turned her over to the New York Police Department.  She now faces state narcotics smuggling charges and will be prosecuted by the Queens County District Court.
All defendants are considered innocent until proven guilty. 

TEMECULA, Calif. - Border Patrol seized 76 pounds of cocaine at checkpoint.

Border Patrol Nets $1.2M Cocaine Seizure

Release Date: 
April 22, 2016
 — Border Patrol agents seized more than 76 pounds of cocaine after conducting a vehicle stop on Wednesday near the Border Patrol checkpoint on Interstate 15 in Temecula.  
At about 3:15 p.m., agents pulled over the driver of a 2005 Honda Accord.  As the agents interviewed the 50-year-old male driver of the vehicle, a Border Patrol K-9 conducted a search of the vehicle’s exterior and alerted agents for the possible presence of contraband. 
Border Patrol agents seized more than 76 pounds of cocaine after conducting a vehicle stop on Wednesday near the Border Patrol checkpoint on Interstate 15 in Temecula.   After the agents received the alert, the driver agents searched the vehicle and discovered 30 bundles of cocaine that was concealed in a false compartment built into the vehicle’s back seat. 
In total, the bundles contained 76.07 pounds of cocaine, which had an estimated street value of $1,217,120. 
Richard A. Barlow, Chief Patrol Agent of the San Diego Sector said, “This result illustrates how the U.S. Border Patrol aggressively targets illicit activity not only at the border, but also along major corridors of egress.”
The suspected smuggler was arrested and turned over to the Drug Enforcement Administration, along with the narcotics.  The Honda Accord was seized by the U.S. Border Patrol.
Since October 1, 2015, Border Patrol agents in San Diego Sector have intercepted 598.42 pounds of cocaine. 
To prevent the illicit smuggling of humans, drugs, and other contraband, the U.S. Border Patrol maintains a high level of vigilance in corridors of egress away from our Nation’s borders.  To report suspicious activity to the U.S. Border Patrol, contact San Diego Sector at (619) 498-9900.

Tucson Az. 2 men try to smuggle 100 pounds of cocaine and meth into U.S

TUCSON, Ariz. – Customs and Border Protection officers arrested two Mexican nationals and a Honduran national for attempting to smuggle 100 pounds of cocaine and methamphetamine through the Port of Nogales on April 20.
Officers at the Mariposa crossing referred a 44-year-old Mexican national for further inspection of his Volkswagen and found nearly 20 pounds of cocaine, worth almost $223,000, in the rear speaker area.More than $390K worth of cocaine and meth were removed from a smuggling vehicle stopped by officers at the DeConcini crossing
At about the same time, officers at the Dennis DeConcini crossing referred a 66-year-old Honduran driver for an additional search of her Pontiac sedan. Officers removed a combination of meth and cocaine from the vehicle’s rear door panel. The haul consisted of nearly 24 pounds of cocaine and more than 40 pounds of meth. Combined, the drugs are valued at more than $390,000.
Later in the day, officers at the Mariposa crossing arrested a 25-year-old Mexican national after a CBP narcotics canine alerted to the presence of drugs within his vehicle’s drive shaft. Officers found nearly 16 pounds of cocaine worth almost $180,000.
CBP officers seized the drugs and vehicles, and turned the subjects over to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations.

Saturday, April 23, 2016

Attorney Kidnapped in Northern Colombia



BOGOTA – A 25-year-old attorney was kidnapped by unidentified individuals in Norte de Santander, a Colombian province on the border with Venezuela, officials said.

Melisa Trillos was abducted on Wednesday night in the city of Ocaña as she got out of her vehicle at a service station, Norte de Santander Government Secretary Yebrail Haddad said.

The kidnappers drove away with Trillos on the highway that leads to the city of Convencion, Haddad said.

National Police officers and army troops who pursued the kidnappers found the victim’s vehicle “crashed at a remote rest stop,” the official said.

“We are calling on her kidnappers to respect the life and integrity of Melisa Trillos, and we demand her release,” Haddad said, adding that a reward of 100 million pesos (about $34,500) was being offered for information leading to the attorney’s safe return.

Ramon Jose Cabrales Camacho, a Colombian government official, was kidnapped by the National Liberation Army, or ELN, guerrilla group on Sept. 3 in Ocaña and held captive more than six months.

Cabrales Camacho, a 40-year-old business administrator who at the time of his abduction was advising the government of Norte de Santander, was handed over to his family on March 23 in Teorama, a town in that same province, in an operation involving Catholic Church representatives.

The ELN, Colombia’s second-largest guerrilla group, has spent more than two years engaged in fruitless “exploratory” contacts with the government about starting a peace process similar to the one involving the much larger FARC insurgency.

Last weekend, Defense Minister Luis Carlos Villegas and Interior Minister Juan Fernando Cristo held a meeting in Ocaña to discuss the security situation in the city and other areas in the strife-torn Catatumbo region.

Mayor and bodyguards killed in Central Mexico



MEXICO CITY – The mayor of the central Mexican town of Jilotzingo and two bodyguards were fatally shot Friday, the Mexico state Attorney General’s Office said.

Juan Antonio Mayen was elected mayor last year on the ticket of the conservative National Action Party.

The mayor and his four-man protection detail were traveling in Mayen’s vehicle on the Naucalpan-Ixtlahuaca highway shortly after 9:30 a.m. when armed assailants aboard at least two SUVs intercepted them and starting shooting, the AG Office said in a statement.

Mayen and two of his guards died, while the other two security men were wounded and taken to nearby hospitals for treatment.

The attack took place near the town of Santa Maria Mazatla, roughly 40 kilometers (25 miles) from Mexico City.

An investigation is under way, the state AG Office said.