CRIME AND MURDER

Over the past two weeks, Mexican and US authorities have reported in dribs and drabs the results of a joint anti-drug operation, which began with a focus on opiate trafficking and ended with the release of a US citizen who had been held for a year in Sinaloa.

Organized crime controls between 30 and 35% of the territory in Mexico and that is one of the reasons for the increase in the number of migrants arriving each day at the southern border of the United States. This was stated by General Glen VanHerk, head of the U.S. Northern Command, in a conference at the Pentagon in which Craig...

On Wednesday, the Senate approved in general and in particular the new Law of the Attorney General's Office of the Republic (FGR), which contemplates, among other things, the presentation of a Strategic Plan for the Prosecution of Justice every three years. These are the key points of the new Law of the Attorney General's Office of the Republic:

Emma Coronel Aispuro, wife of Mexican drug trafficker Joaquín Guzmán Loera was arrested at an airport near Washington on suspicion of involvement in drug trafficking, according to AFP. Aispuro, 31, is accused of being part of a network that shipped cocaine, marijuana, heroin, and methamphetamines to the United States, the Justice Department said...

Throughout the country, 71 massacres occurred in which at least 486 people were killed in 22 states. The entities that reported the most cases were Guanajuato, with 20 massacres; Zacatecas, with 8; Michoacán, with 7; Guerrero, with 4; and San Luis Potosí, with 4.

The Unión Tepito is one of the criminal organizations that is dedicated to the collection of floor fees, intimidating merchants and businessmen but also dedicated to kidnapping. In the news program Despierta (Wake Up) they revealed audio of the negotiation between a member of the Union's cartel and the wife of a kidnapped man.