Category Archives: Murder

April 27, 2016

Now the IRA declares war on Dublin gangs: Security forces on high alert after paramilitary group ‘sanctions spectacular revenge attack’ for shootings

The New IRA has sanctioned a “devastating and spectacular” revenge attack following the brutal shooting of a dissident republican.

Michael Barr was gunned down by a lone hitman in a bar in the centre of Dublin on Monday night.

The 34-year-old was shot three times, at least once in the head, and was pronounced dead at the scene.

Cops are now probing whether the shooting was part of a deadly gangland war between the Kinahan and Hutch families.

It is thought Barr may have been a weapons supplier to the Hutch mob.

Sources say the execution of Barr – a leading member of the IRA – has drawn rage from the paramilitary force.

A high-level summit took place yesterday in Northern Ireland, where the IRA commanders approved a plan to hit back against the Kinahan drug kingpins in a “definitive” attack.

Highest-level security sources North and South of the Border have been made aware of the threat amid fears of a further escalation of the gangland terror that has so far cost six lives.

A source said: “It’s feared this will be a devastating and spectacular attack.”

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April 25, 2016

Rape Trees, Dead Migrants and the Consequences of an Open Border

Many of the most caring people in the U.S. think they are helping the poor from Latin America by leaving our Southwest border wide open between ports-of-entry, but they are not. Several of the transnational criminal organizations (cartels) operating in Central America and Mexico make an estimated one-third or more of their profits from illegal immigration. Specifically, two groups below Texas, the Gulf and Los Zetas cartels, are largely fueled by the trafficking and smuggling of human beings.

The brutality of these criminal groups, from incinerating innocents in a network of ovens to their near complete control of state and local governments, is largely paid for by funds generated from illegal immigration–a shadowy economic engine that is only possible because we refuse to properly secure our border with Mexico.

Women and young girls from Central America are routinely given birth control or morning after pills by their mothers in anticipation of the likely sexual assaults that will occur on their illicit journey to the United States.

These females are often raped immediately upon making it to their first stop once they arrive in a Mexican stash house from Guatemala. They then are shipped to the U.S.-Mexico border, usually to Reynosa, Mexico, immediately south of McAllen, Texas. In the process of making it from the first stash house to the second, the women and young girls are often sexually assaulted or raped again by the smuggler–or group of smugglers–taking them between the two locations. The sexual assaults and rapes then often happen again in the second Mexican stash house of their journey.

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April 24, 2016

ISIS freezes 45 of its members to death in morgue freezer

Punishment for fleeing confrontation with Iraqi forces.

After burning people to death, the Takfiri terrorist group ISIS executed 45 of its members by freezing them to death.

Sources said that the 45 members were put alive in morgue freezers in Mosul and were left for 24 hours where they were left to die slowly. This is not the first time that an act of terror has been carried out by terrorists against their fellow-fighters.

In the details, sources reported that “ISIS executed 45 of its members who had fled the confrontations that wre taking place with Iraqi forces in Heet district by putting them in morgue fridges for 24 hours, to later take out the frozen bodies and put it at the entrances of the city.”

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Report to Say Mexico Thwarted Probe Into Disappearances of 43 Students

A team of independent investigators to dispute government’s account and blame government for preventing them from verifying what happened.

In their final report on the disappearance and likely killing of 43 college students at the hands of Mexican security forces in league with criminal gangs, a team of independent investigators is expected to report Sunday that the government’s version of the event isn’t true but that they were unable to verify the fate of the youths, several people close to the investigation said.

“We aren’t going to resolve the big issue,” said one of the people close to the investigation on Friday. “We have not found the political conditions to keep working in Mexico.”

Several people close to the investigation said that the specialists sent by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights a year ago were frustrated at every turn by Mexican government agencies. The commission is the human-rights arm of the Organization of American States.

In a statement on Friday, the Mexican government defended its work with the investigators, saying that it “has shown at all times collaboration and disposition to work” with the experts, “giving its full support to uncover the truth on these tragic events.”

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April 20, 2016

Mother of Daughter Killed by Illegal: His Bail Was ‘Less Than it Cost to Bury My Baby’ (Video)

The mother of a recent college graduate who was killed by an illegal immigrant who later absconded after posting bail and remains at large, offered emotional testimony Tuesday before a House panel.

Michelle Root, the mother of 21-year old Sarah Root, spoke about the devastation of losing her daughter at the hands of Eswin Mejia, an illegal immigrant who killed Root while street-racing drunk. Mejia was able to flee when Immigration and Customs Enforcement declined to detain him and he was able to post bail.

“Eswin spent four days in jail and is believed to have fled the country,” Michelle Root said. “He posted $5,000 bond, which was less than the cost it was to bury my daughter Sarah. Because of the lack of controls, the police, immigration, U.S. Marshals and law enforcement have little or no information on his whereabouts.”

Root testified before the Immigration and Border Security Subcommittee, alongside Laura Wilkerson, the mother of Josh Wilkerson — who was tortured and murdered by an illegal immigrant — at a hearing examining the victims of illegal immigrant crime.

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April 17, 2016

A Hyannis street gang’s road to drugs and murder charges

Investigators trace Nauti-Block’s rise from neighborhood group to ‘dangerous gang.’

“Dozens and dozens” of gang members from around the country pass through the doors of the Barnstable County Correctional Facility, according to Sheriff James Cummings — so many that the jail asks them to declare their affiliations during intake to keep rivals in separate cells for safety.

In March 2010 a Hyannis-based street gang, the Nauti-Block, began showing up in the jail’s database.

Although it had not been classified as a gang until then, its members’ close ties and organized drug-related crimes dated back to their youth growing up in the Nautical Road area of the village.

Early on, members of the Nauti-Block gang called themselves “The Big Dogs” and racked up multiple assault arrests, including charges from a 2008 brawl at the Cape Cod Mall with another local crew in which three men were stabbed in retaliation for a previous incident.

It was that year when Barnstable police began noticing them, as they were responsible for much of the violence in the Sea Street and Main Street area of Hyannis, Deputy Police Chief Sean Balcom said. That disruption led to formation of the Street Crime Unit in 2010, he said.

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April 15, 2016

Deported Illegal Alien Charged With Murder, Kidnapping in New Jersey

A previously-deported illegal alien from El Salvador faces felony charges after he allegedly stabbed a man to death outside a New Jersey nightclub and kidnapped a woman.

According to police, Salomon Rosendo Gomez-Serpas, 23, stabbed 30-year-old Mario Ortiz outside the Imperial Latino Lounge after the two got into an argument Saturday night, and then he kidnapped an unidentified woman who was later found unhurt.

Despite being deported from Arizona to Guatemala in 2012, and charged with alien inadmissibility, Gomez-Serpas made his way back to the U.S. to illegally hold a job. In 2015, he was charged with assault and trespassing.

On Wednesday, Gomez-Serpas listened to proceedings via a taxpayer-funded interpreter during his first appearance in court on the murder charge. Bail was set at $1 million.

Establishment media, as it so often does, ignored the dramatic background story of illegal migration and deportation.

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April 13, 2016

Cartel Cover-Up: Mexican Authorities Claim They Can’t Distinguish Human Remains from Chicken Bones

Forensic technicians in this border state reached an unprecedented level of incompetence or complicity in helping the state government cover-up the discovery of a clandestine grave by claiming they are unable to distinguish between human bones and animal bones such as those of cows and chickens after the discovery of a clandestine grave less than 100 yards from the Texas-Mexico border. The same forensic techs are the ones that are tasked with going over violent crime scenes in this border state.

The claims were made on Monday by the Tamaulipas government when they tried to coverup the scope of a cartel incineration operation near the Texas border. Breitbart Texas and Mexico’s El Manana Newspaper had documented the finding of the clandestine crematorium or clandestine narco-gravesite just south of the border with Texas.

After almost a week of silence, the Tamaulipas government released short statement claiming to not have found clandestine gravesite, burned bodies or other signs of the atrocities that were reported to have happened in the area known as Ejido La Bartolina. However in their own news release, Tamaulipas officials contradict themselves by going into detail into their search and recovery efforts. State officials claim to have dug in 20 different sites and in 7 of them they found various pieces of evidence.

Despite claiming to have not found a clandestine gravesite, authorities confirmed that in seven of the digs they found bones, clothing, documents and ammunition. Authorities also claimed to have found a 55-gallon drum filled with ashes and bones.

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April 11, 2016

Open U.S.-Mexico border is killing Americans

Barbara Simpson looks at bloodshed, destruction at hands of illegal aliens.

You know the scenario: If you say anything negative about those people crossing our border from Mexico without documentation, you’re automatically a racist, bigoted, anti-immigration jingoist.

Have a nice day. Critics leave no room for discussion.

They also leave no room for facts, figures or truth.

Remember Rob Krentz?

You probably don’t. Media ignore news events that challenge their preconceived ideas – in this case, the reality of illegal aliens crossing the border into the U.S. from Mexico and endangering the lives and property of American citizens.

Do you know about the public meeting about border security in Animas, New Mexico, two weeks ago?

Probably not. It’s another of those inconvenient news events that media ignore. I credit the Arizona Range News, which gave it front-page attention.

More than 500 people attended – American citizens, primarily from New Mexico and Arizona, concerned about their safety while living and having businesses along the border. They told their horror stories and wanted their experiences to be acknowledged by elected officials and to find out what will be done to make things safer.

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April 8, 2016

Los Zetas Cartel Civil War Brings 5 Beheadings in 1 Week South of Texas Border

Two factions of the Los Zetas Cartel have been fighting for control of Ciudad Victoria, the state capital of Tamaulipas. Despite the government’s efforts to minimize or conceal the violence, cartel members have been carrying out a series of gruesome executions that include beheadings, dismemberments and multiple shootouts that have killed or injured several innocent bystanders.

The raging war between two factions of Los Zetas continues in this city as five severed human heads have been left behind in two separate cases this week meant to spread fear terror.

The most recent case of narco-terror took place on Tuesday evening outside of a local elementary school in the Tamatan neighborhood when a group of cartel gunmen left two ice chests and a large narco-banner.

The ice-chests contained the severed heads of two women and one man. The banner was signed by the Los Zetas faction calling themselves Grupo Bravo and delivered a series of threats to their rivals as well as a warning to stop murdering innocent bystanders.

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