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    M3: Mexican Women are Risking Their Lives Against Violence

    Mexican Women are Risking Their Lives Against Violence
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    Mexican Women are Risking Their Lives Against Violence

    They are mothers and daughters, and use lipstick and high heels. Hundreds of Mexican women who, even with the nation’s insecurity, leave daily for the streets to combat crime. One example is Marisol Valles Garcia, chief of police for a troubled municipality in Chihuahua not far from Juarez. The 20 year old married criminology student was the only one willing to accept the position after previous ones were kidnapped and executed. She says she wants people to not live in fear, ad for her son to live in a different community than what they now have. The day after Christmas, Erika Gandara, the only female police officer in Guadalupe, Chihuahua, was kidnapped by gunmen from her home. She had been in that position for only 6 months. It isn’t just in Chihuahua that there are brave women, but also in Coahuila. An example is Raquel Quesada, the only woman to make it through the difficult screening & training to become an officer with the Municipal Police in Torreon. A bilingual secretary by profession, and married with three daughters, her goal is to one day become chief of the police department.


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    Jornal do Brasil (Brazil) 1/13/2011

    At Least 386 Dead due to Rains

    The death toll continues to rise due to torrential rains which have washed away dozens of people. The rural areas have been the hardest hit, and in some cases, whole families have died. Authorities are asking for donations of basic necessities. (Note: several Portuguese-language sources used, with the toll changing regularly.)

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    Correo Guanajuato (Mexico) 1/13/2011

    Increase in Underage Pregnancies

    (Irapuato) There is an increase in unwanted underage pregnancies in Irapuato due to lack of contraceptive knowledge and use. Statistics show that 1 in 4 pregnancies is unwanted, which cause depression for the girl, family and financial problems. Some pregnancies are girls as young as 13, which means high risk pregnancies due to their bodies not being fully developed. Health centers are now providing contraceptive education to adolescents, including going into the secondary schools and colleges. (Better late than never.)

    http://correo-gto.com.mx/notas.asp?id=204258
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    La Prensa (Honduras) 1/13/2011

    Police Tighten Security in San Pedro Sula

    (San Pedro Sula, Honduras) Two hundred new police officers were sent to San Pedro Sula to provide security for citizens today. The deputy commissioner said that one group would be on foot near downtown businesses and city markets, while another group will patrol different neighborhoods. (Note: San Pedro Sula is the second largest city in Honduras after the capital Tegucigalpa, with a population f over one million. It is an industrial center for the country.)


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    Debate (Mexico) 1/13/2011

    Nine Executed in Nayarit

    (Tepic, Nayarit) Nine bodies were found dumped in various parts of the city Thursday morning. The police began picking up the bodies at 6 in the morning.

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    Frontera (Mexico) 1/13/2011

    Five Arrested on Drug, Gun Charges

    (Tijuana, Baja California) The Mexican Army arrested five men in Rosarito Beach for drug and firearm charges, seizing marijuana, meth, guns, ammo and vehicles. A second operation by Mexican Marines, based on a tip of armed people being seen, resulted in a seizure of more marijuana, crystal, guns and over 1,000 rounds of ammunition in another location in Tijuana.


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    Confusion continues on procedures for renewing U.S. visas.

    Ten arrested for various offenses

    Murder suspect caught by US Agents at the San Ysidro Port of Entry.

    Man (49 yrs.) arrested for rape girl’s over 6 years period, since girl was 11 years old.

    Seven men arrested for kidnapping, beating and rape of 3 migrants trying to cross into U.S.

    Shootout near downtown Tijuana only hits hotel.

    Robbers of private security company arrested near La Mesa (part of Tijuana).

    Man of 22 years shot and killed in front of his family, died in his mother’s arms.

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    ICE Homeland Security Investigations Agents Seize 15 AK 47s Assault Rifles-Texas

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    Agents transfer Zetas cartel member to Mexican authorities-Texas
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    Border Crossing Shut For Security Reasons To Reopen Unmanned-Texas
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    U.S. executive kidnapped to steal armored vehicle-Monterrey, NL, Mexico
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    Workplace enforcement has dropped 70 percent under the Obama administrationhttp://tinyurl.com/2a2n6tn
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    Indictment for man who pointed light at Border Patrol helicopter-Washington
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    Virginia to consider banning illegals from colleges
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    Increase in Underage Pregnancies

    (Irapuato) There is an increase in unwanted underage pregnancies in Irapuato due to lack of contraceptive knowledge and use. Statistics show that 1 in 4 pregnancies is unwanted, which cause depression for the girl, family and financial problems. Some pregnancies are girls as young as 13, which means high risk pregnancies due to their bodies not being fully developed. Health centers are now providing contraceptive education to adolescents, including going into the secondary schools and colleges. (Better late than never.)
    Why in the world would 13-14 year old girls have need of contraceptives?? These pregnancies are due to men who are old enough to know better than to molest young kids! As long as the govt and people of mexico allow this to continue, shame on them! Why are they not providing education to the animals who are doing this to these kids?

    Mexican Women are Risking Their Lives Against Violence

    They are mothers and daughters, and use lipstick and high heels. Hundreds of Mexican women who, even with the nation’s insecurity, leave daily for the streets to combat crime. One example is Marisol Valles Garcia, chief of police for a troubled municipality in Chihuahua not far from Juarez. The 20 year old married criminology student was the only one willing to accept the position after previous ones were kidnapped and executed. She says she wants people to not live in fear, ad for her son to live in a different community than what they now have. The day after Christmas, Erika Gandara, the only female police officer in Guadalupe, Chihuahua, was kidnapped by gunmen from her home. She had been in that position for only 6 months. It isn’t just in Chihuahua that there are brave women, but also in Coahuila. An example is Raquel Quesada, the only woman to make it through the difficult screening & training to become an officer with the Municipal Police in Torreon. A bilingual secretary by profession, and married with three daughters, her goal is to one day become chief of the police department.
    I've got to admire these women, God Bless them for manning up to do something about rampant crime in their commnities. Where are the so-called men? Sneaking into the US and starting new families?
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    Mexican Women are Risking Their Lives Against Violence

    They are mothers and daughters, and use lipstick and high heels. Hundreds of Mexican women who, even with the nation’s insecurity, leave daily for the streets to combat crime. One example is Marisol Valles Garcia, chief of police for a troubled municipality in Chihuahua not far from Juarez. The 20 year old married criminology student was the only one willing to accept the position after previous ones were kidnapped and executed. She says she wants people to not live in fear, ad for her son to live in a different community than what they now have. The day after Christmas, Erika Gandara, the only female police officer in Guadalupe, Chihuahua, was kidnapped by gunmen from her home. She had been in that position for only 6 months. It isn’t just in Chihuahua that there are brave women, but also in Coahuila. An example is Raquel Quesada, the only woman to make it through the difficult screening & training to become an officer with the Municipal Police in Torreon. A bilingual secretary by profession, and married with three daughters, her goal is to one day become chief of the police department.
    I've got to admire these women, God Bless them for manning up to do something about rampant crime in their commnities. Where are the so-called men? Sneaking into the US and starting new families? [/quote:3cez8ncz]

    You are right miguelina, these women deserve respect. How a person claim to be loyal to their country and proud of their heritage when they hide out where it is "safe" so that they can just grift all they can.
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