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WATCH: Cartel Gunman Throws Grenades at U.S. Consulate in Mexico

Diplomatic Security Sit-Rep 12/24/2018

The U.S. government released a surveillance video from a recent grenade attack at the U.S. Consulate in Guadalajara. The FBI released the video to seek help in identifying two of the gunmen believed to have played a role in the attack.

Notice: Fbi-Federal Bureau of Investigation, along with other members of the U.S. public order forces. Uu. And Mexico, is looking for public assistance to know the identity of the people responsible for the grenade attack on November 30th to the U.S. Consulate building. Uu. In Guadalajara, Jalisco. To help in this effort, the FBI is launching the following images and videos of the two subjects that are presumed to be involved in the attack.

Suspect 1 (the supposed grenade launcher): Age: 25-35; height: Approximately 1.70-1.80 meters; complexion: thin; complexion: Dark; hair: Chestnut and short; eyes: Coffees; described by witnesses Dress a zipper hoodie with blue or grey hood, a white polo shirt, a black cap, dark jeans and white tennis.

Suspect 2 (person of interest who may have been involved): Age: 20-40; height: Approximately 1.70-1.80 meters; complexion: thin; complexion: Unknown; hair: shaved on the sides of the head and longer On the top; eyes: Unknown; described by witnesses to dress a dark color windbreaker with white letters or stripes on the back, clear colored pants and dark shoes with a bright emblem.

The FBI is offering a reward of up to $ 20 in exchange for information that leads to the identification and arrest of these individuals. Anyone who has information about this incident or about the identity or whereabouts of these individuals must communicate with researchers to the free number 001-800-225-5324 or 33-3268-2349. all information will remain anonymous and confidentiality is guaranteed. More Information: https://goo.gl/zhB2bR

This week, the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigations released a surveillance video with images of two men who are believed to have been part of the team of gunmen who lobbed at least two grenades into the U.S. Consulate in Guadalajara last month.

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Breitbart News first broke the story about the attack on the consulate building in one of Mexico’s busiest cities. Guadalajara is the capital of Jalisco, a western state home to Cartel Jalisco New Generation (CJNG), a criminal organization that has become one of the leading cartels in Mexico. In the days after the attack. Several banners were posted throughout Guadalajara where CJNG claimed they were not behind the attack at the U.S. government building and the case was an attempt to damage the criminal organization’s reputation, Breitbart News reported.

Soon after the attack, the FBI offered a $20,000 reward for information leading to the identity of the criminal organization behind the attack.

Ildefonso Ortiz is an award-winning journalist with Breitbart Texas. He co-founded the Cartel Chronicles project with Brandon Darby and Stephen K. Bannon.You can follow him on Twitter and on Facebook. He can be contacted at Iortiz@breitbart.com.

Brandon Darby is the managing director and editor-in-chief of Breitbart Texas. He co-founded the Cartel Chronicles project with Ildefonso Ortiz and Stephen K. Bannon. Follow him on Twitter and Facebook. He can be contacted at bdarby@breitbart.com.

Tony Aranda from the Cartel Chronicles project contributed to this report. 


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Update: CJNG DENIES GRENADE aTTaCK ON US CONSULATE: —” Grenade attack on U.S. Consulate in Guadalajara, MX

Diplomatic Security Sit-Rep 12/12/2019 Updates on US Consulate Grenade Attack

MEXICO CITY — Officials in western Mexico confirmed Friday that a drug cartel has hung up banners denying involvement in a Nov. 30 grenade attack on the U.S. consulate in Guadalajara.

Several media outlets posted photos of the banners, which read: “Our cartel totally and completely distances itself from what happened at the U.S. embassy (sic).”

The banners were signed “Jalisco New Generation cartel.”

A Jalisco state government official who was not authorized to be quoted by name confirmed the content of the banners, and said they were found strung on an overpass and footbridge in Guadalajara on Thursday.

The official could not vouch for the authenticity of the banners.

The professionally printed vinyl banners read, “We are not the ones who carried out the attack” on the consulate.

“You, the government, know perfectly well who is doing things with the aim of sullying our organization’s image,” the banner continued.

The banners appeared a couple of days after the FBI offered a $20,000 reward for information on the attack.

The FBI says a lone attacker tossed two grenades at the consulate while it was closed. Nobody was injured.

It was unclear if the Nov. 30 attack had been timed to coincide with the eve of the Dec. 1 inauguration of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador. Mexican cartels have been known to carry out grisly acts of violence in areas controlled by their rivals in order to provoke government crackdowns on their rivals’ turf.

The Mexican and U.S. government have been focusing their efforts on the Jalisco cartel in particular, in part because it is viewed as the fastest-growing Mexican drug gang. This week, the new administration announced its first money-laundering case against the Jalisco cartel.

In past attacks on U.S. targets in Mexico, the attackers have usually pleaded ignorance or mistaken identity.

In 2010, hitmen working for Barrio Azteca, a gang allied with the Juarez drug cartel, killed U.S. consulate employee Leslie Ann Enriquez Catton, her husband, Arthur Redfels, and Alberto Salcido Ceniceros, the husband of another employee of the consulate in Ciudad Juarez.

Former gang members testified the killings were a case of mistaken identity. Redfels was driving a white SUV that was very similar to a vehicle that had been marked as a target for his team of assassins because they thought it belonged to members of the rival Sinaloa cartel.

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Grenade attack on U.S. Consulate may be an ominous warning for Mexico’s new president

MEXICO CITY — The U.S. Consulate in Mexico’s second-largest city, Guadalajara, opened Monday with limited operations after it was targeted with two grenades over the weekend, just hours before Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador was sworn in as the nation’s first leftist president.

The act occurred when the consulate was closed, and no one was injured. But it immediately caused alarm among government officials and security experts who question whether it was meant as a test for the new Lopez Obrador government, to provoke the Trump administration, or both.

Guadalajara, along with Lake Chapala and Ajijic in the region, is home to one of the largest American expat communities in the world.

Elements of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel, whose headquarters are in Guadalajara, were suspected in the act. Security was reinforced Monday outside consulate offices as well as at the U.S Embassy in Mexico City as a precaution.

“The situation in Mexico is a powder keg,” said Arturo Fontes, a security consultant and former FBI agent whose postings have included the western city. “The timing and target are key: a presidential inauguration. Political transition. The Chapo trial, which threatens to expose names of corrupt officials, and the migrant caravan.”

In this Jan. 19, 2017, photo provided by U.S. law enforcement, authorities escort Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, center, from a plane to a waiting caravan of SUVs at Long Island MacArthur Airport, in Ronkonkoma, N.Y. The Mexican drug lord is currently on trial in New York City.(AP)
In this Jan. 19, 2017, photo provided by U.S. law enforcement, authorities escort Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, center, from a plane to a waiting caravan of SUVs at Long Island MacArthur Airport, in Ronkonkoma, N.Y. The Mexican drug lord is currently on trial in New York City. (AP)

The infamous drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán of the Sinaloan cartel has been on trial in New York City since mid-November. Fontes and other security experts say the caravans of hundreds and sometimes thousands of Central Americans moving up through Mexico to the U.S. border are hurting human- and drug-smuggling profits because they don’t need cartel protection or cartel-regulated coyote smuggling services.

And with Christmas fast approaching, cartel bosses are desperate for money to pay annual holiday bonuses known as aguinaldos to their underlings.

Some current and former U.S. and Mexican officials drew parallels to other political transitions in which power vacuums have led to internal realignment among cartels, usually leaving a trail of bloodshed behind.

Lopez Obrador arrives to the presidency with the murder rate at a record high, with more than 31,000 people killed this year. It’s now been 12 years since the official start of a militarized crackdown on organized crime that’s left more than 240,000 dead and more than 37,000 missing.

Mexico's President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador holds his first news conference as president, which started at 7 a.m. local time in Mexico City, on Monday.(Christian Palma/AP)
Mexico’s President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador holds his first news conference as president, which started at 7 a.m. local time in Mexico City, on Monday. (Christian Palma/AP)

Moreover, Mexico’s rule of law remains weak, with beleaguered police forces beset by corruption and incompetence, campaign issues that were central in ushering Lopez Obrador to power.

This article neglects to mention the large number of crimes committed by the Municipal Police in Mexico. It has been our experience that even high ranking Government Employees, Senior Elected Officials, and Judges  are often forced to ignore crimes commited by the municipal police out of fear.

At his first daily early morning press briefings Monday, Lopez Obrador made no mention of the incident in Guadalajara.

Near midnight on Friday, a person, caught on film, tossed two grenades into the U.S. Consulate General compound. Grenade fragments were found at the scene and the blast left a 16-inch hole in an exterior wall. The damage was considered minimal.

Mexican federal and U.S. authorities are investigating the act. The U.S. Consulate said on Twitter that it was limiting operations Monday to facilitate the investigation. Regular operations were to resume Tuesday.

“The investigation has been handed over to federal authorities, who will give information on developments in due time,” stated the prosecutor’s office for the state of Jalisco.

The incident comes nearly two weeks after the Jalisco New Generation Cartel, known by its Spanish acronym, CNGJ, allegedly posted a video online in which it threatened to attack the consulate. The video shows a man under interrogation, with part of his face bandaged and severely beaten. With an accordion playing in the background, the man says he was ordered to attack the consulate office and, with the help of local and state police, to kidnap Central American men, women and children and hold them for ransom to generate money to pay corrupt authorities to overlook illicit activities. The planned attack against the consulate office, the man said, was to send the U.S. a message to leave “Mencho alone.”

The Dallas Morning News couldn’t independently confirm the recording’s authenticity.

CNGJ is one of the largest and most violent cartels in Mexico and is a top target for U.S. anti-drug operations. The gang’s leader, Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes, or “El Mencho,” is on the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s most wanted list.

Attacks on U.S. personnel or structures are rare. But when they do happen, retaliation by the U.S. government has been swift and severe. An unexploded grenade at a U.S. Consulate in Monterrey in 2008, the 2010 killing of a U.S. Consulate employee and her husband in Juarez, and the 2011 murder of U.S. agent Jaime Zapata led to swift action by the U.S. government that eventually crippled or splintered the cartels, from the Zetas in the state of Tamaulipas to the Juarez cartel across from El Paso.

John Feeley served in Mexico during those incidents and said of the incident in Guadalajara: “We have seen U.S. embassies and consulates attacked before, but it is very rare. If this was a cartel directed attack, it was almost certainly a message or a trial run … El Mencho and CNGJ know how to kill and maim and this attack did neither.”

Feeley said he won’t fully rule out that someone other than a cartel may be behind the grenades, saying, “We have seen embassies attacked by disgruntled visa seeker or ideologically anti-American crowds, too. One thing is certain, however: The FBI and ATF will be all over this and it will be an early test of law enforcement collaboration in the AMLO-era.”

Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera, a political science professor at George Mason University and expert on security, said she was puzzled by the act because it’s been a long-held unspoken rule by the cartels not to rattle U.S. authorities. But she said the timing was key.

“Remember that the CJNG grew exponentially and became what it is now since the beginning of the Peña Nieto government,” she said, referring to former President Enrique Peña Nieto, who just ended his six-year term. “But they should not be attracting attention, and with this attack you’re calling for a response from two governments. Why?”

Fontes played an integral role as an FBI investigator in the Laredo region during the rise of the Zetas paramilitary group, whose remnants continue to terrorize the area. Fontes didn’t dismiss the possibility of a feud inside the Jalisco cartel, as warring factions led by Carlos Enrique Sanchez Martinez, known as El Cholo, with the support of the Sinaloa cartel,  against his old boss, ‘El Mencho.” But in his experience in Nuevo Laredo, he said, politics also played a central role in such incidents as political rivals unleashed violence to weaken their opponents in the eyes of voters.

Political motives cannot be ignored, he said. “You have a new president coming in and this may be a message: ‘Hey, this drug war continues and it can make or break you.’ ” More From Dallas News

The Bullet of Impunity

Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: El País

By: Javier Garza Ramos, Torreón, Coahuila.
June 18, 2018

The bullet that killed Fernando Purón Johnston , PRI candidate for federal deputy in Piedras Negras, Coahuila on Friday, June 8, was the same one used six days earlier, on June 2, that killed Pamela Terán Pineda, candidate for councilor El Juchitán , Oaxaca, and Juana Maldonado Infante, candidate for local deputy in Jopala, Puebla .
The same bullet was used the next day, on Saturday June 9, which wounded Rosely Magaña, candidate for councilor in Isla Mujeres, Quintana Roo, who died 72 hours later. And it was the same bullet that killed Alejandro Chávez, candidate for mayor of Taretan, Michoacán on Thursday, June 14th.
This same bullet  has killed 44 pre-candidates and candidates for election and other 70 officials and political figures in this election process. No ballistic proof is needed to sustain the claim, just follow the path of the bullet of impunity.

Fernando Purón Johnston, PRI Candidate and former Mayor of Piedras Negras, Coahuila

The person who ordered Purón’s murder probably knew that nothing was going to happen to him, because nothing happened to Terán’s murderer , and he knew that Salado’s murderer had nothing happen to him and so goes back in time the long thread of impunity.

I get the impression that we already saw this movie. The sequence of candidates killed in the current electoral process in Mexico is very similar to the list of dozens of journalists killed in Mexico in the last decade. A succession of crimes that alarm at first, but have become normalized.
Candidates and journalists are two high-risk groups in Mexico. Of course, they are not the only ones, they are only two subgroups of rampant unabated  violence that last year averaged 20 victims a day  and of which there is no end in sight.
While the motive of each murder is particular, in the case of journalists and candidates, a common thread unites them in that the victims may have touched powerful interests that prefer to use violence to end threats because they live in a country with a broken rule of law. Violence is a cheap, fast and easy remedy to perceived threats to institutions.
Throughout this succession of crimes there are those who warn about the gestation of an epidemic but their voices are drowned because nothing ever happens, until a high-profile case arrives that causes greater impact, which raises the volume of the complaints, although the increasing demand for sentencing does not end up solving anything.
The “strong condemnation” that we hear from the authorities is just a placebo that shows its inefficiency. Worse yet, when those high-profile cases are registered in the highest spheres of authority, after having ignored dozens of other cases, things are only  likely to get worse.
Fernando Purón was the highest-profile candidate killed in the current electoral process, as he was the first candidate to hold a federal election position, while the previous candidates had been candidates for local positions in small municipalities.

Secretary of Labor Roberto Campa

His death was the first that merited the presence of a member of the cabinet of President Enrique Peña Nieto at the funeral. The Secretary of Labor, Roberto Campa, traveled to Piedras Negras as the presidential representative, but also with the same common promises to deliver justice.

Something similar happened with the case of Javier Valdez, the highest profile journalist killed in Mexico in recent years.

Javier Valdez, award winning and internationally known Journalist and Author of several books

 A year ago, when Javier Valdez was gunned down in Culiacán, Peña Nieto spoke for the first time about the murder of a journalist, after having ignored 35 previous crimes committed during his six-year term . The president brought together the security cabinet and the governors, issued instructions to strengthen the protection of journalists and promised that the killing would not go unpunished.
A year later, two of the three men who attacked Valdez on May 15, 2017 have been detained, but accused only of the material authorship of the crime, because until now the intellectual authors enjoy the same impunity enjoyed by those responsible for dozens of previous murders.
It is easy to conclude that if the murder of a nationally and internationally recognized journalist provoked the reaction of the same President of the Republic but the crime still goes unpunished, anyone who is thinking of killing a lesser-known journalist than Javier Valdez can reasonably think he or she will get away with it.
In fact, there were already some who thought about it: in 2017 six more journalists were killed after Javier Valdez and at least four so far in 2018.
Mexican police Mexican Citizens take to the streets to demand Justice and Freedom of the Press after their beloved brave truth-telling journalists continue to be murdered.
That is why Roberto Campa’s presence at Purón’s funeral involves a challenge in itself: if the murder of a candidate that merited this level of attention is unpunished the fate of others is already cast.
The impunity in the homicide of Purón also carries another risk because it threatens to throw overboard the pacification that the State of Coahuila has had in the last years and in particular the northern zone of the state,  in Piedras Negras, ie, where Purón  was mayor from 2014 to 2017, a period in which state and federal operatives managed to dismantle the power of Los Zetas, who waged a reign of terror in the area during the previous decade .
The infamous prison near Piedras Negras, Coahuila that Los Zetas turned into a Base of Operations and many call a death camp. The death toll will probably never be known.
Unlike previous municipal administrations, that of Purón did not succumb to the control of Los Zetas. That had been one of the focal points of his speech and it is now one of the lines of investigation into his murder.
It was during the years that Purón was mayor when Piedras Negras managed to overcome the trauma of the massacres and disappearances that have been documented with horrifying detail by El Colegio de México, the government of Coahuila and the Executive Commission for Victim Assistance.
 Piedras Negras has made such a remarkable recovery that in the latest surveys of urban security by the National Institute of Geography and Statistics, Piedras Negras appeared among the cities with a better perception of security, data that resulted from the mayoral work of the now dead candidate.
Just a week ago, Pablo Ferri published in this newspaper the chronicle of a trip through Coahuila that ended precisely in Piedras Negras. Noting the horror of recent years, the story also showed a semblance of quiet normalcy within political campaigns.
Two days after the text was published, the story completely changed to one that we already know all too well.
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Arrest Warrants Issued in the Murder of Congressional Candidate Purón.

Authorities issue arrest warrants in the murder of candidate Purón..his widow announces pregnancy

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Ignacio, ‘El Putrambula’, served as director of public security in Tenosique, Tabasco, and has more than 81 complaints of homicide, kidnapping, torture, abuse of authority.

Purón was 112th candidate murdered in the past 14 months of Mexico’s bloody election campaign

 

The young widow announced through her personal Facebook account and confirmed it later in an exclusive interview with Periódico Zócalo. “I feel a lot of happiness, I am eight weeks pregnant and I know in this way that Fernando is giving me the strength to keep going despite his absence,” she said.

This is the second child of Villarreal and her husband, who was killed minutes after leaving a political debate on Friday June 8th.  Puron, was running for deputy, (similar to a congressman) of the 11th district of Coahuila.

“Since Fernando became the father of María Constanza, I could see how his life changed, and with the anticipation of our second child, we were very excited, we were already making many plans, like decorating a second room, (… ) I have at the same time nostalgia, but it fills me with illusion to know that a part of Fernando grows inside me,” she said.

In a news conference yesterday, authorities announced they have issued arrest warrants for two men believed to be the authors of the murder, not necessarily the trigger-man.

The names were not revealed yesterday  but later revealed by Governor Miguel Riquelme, along with a wanted poster.

The wanted men are brothers Erick and Ignacio Arámbula Viveros, there is a 10 million MP reward offered.

Ignacio was director of public security in Tabasco

Erick was part of the Equitation team of the Secretariat of National Defense (Sena), and even participated in the Pan-American Games in Guadalajara.  Ignacio, ‘El Putrambula’, served as director of public security in Tenosique, Tabasco, and has more than 81 complaints of homicide, kidnapping, torture, abuse of authority.  They are from Michoacan.

This kidnapping attributed to Ignacio was caught on video….

From video notes:

2011: The kidnapping of Gino Gritilli by the then chief of public security of tabasco, Ignacio Arambula Viveros.  All involved are policemen and are hooded. “A dozen of municipal police officers and the corrupt, legalized professional criminal (a former lieutenant, former military chef) Ignacio Arambula Viveros (el putrambula), director of public security in Tenosique, Tabasco, Mex.”

During his candidacy Puron highlighted how Los Zaetas cartel were “ran out of Piedras Negras” and mentioned the same during the debate.  Puron was a popular mayor of Piedras Negras before running for the federal office seat. Piedras Negras is a border city adjacent to Eagle Pass Texas

The candidate’s killing was captured on security video footage, as he was taking a selfie with a supporter, outside the university where the debate was held.

 

Puron was the 112th candidate assassinated since September, 2017.

Borderland Beat Reporter Chivis Posted at 12:31 PM

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One Candidate Murdered Every Four Days in Mexican Elections: OAS

“We are concerned about several elements in the Mexican election; the first is the assassination of candidates,” OAS Secretary General Luis Almagro said. | Photo: @Almagro_OEA2015

 A spike in assassinations in the run-up to Mexico’s regional and national elections is “absolutely unacceptable,” the Organization of American States (OAS) warned on Friday, March 16.

“It is an average of one murder of a candidate every four or five days: that is a margin of violence absolutely unacceptable in an electoral process, we are very worried,” said OAS Secretary General Luis Almagro.

PRD Mayor

Mexico’s next president – as well as numerous senators, federal deputies, governors and mayors – will be contested in July when millions of voters head to the polls.
“We are concerned about several elements in the Mexican election: the first is the assassination of candidates and political leaders in the country,” Almagro said during a conference at the Casa America in Madrid.
On Friday morning, news of the murder of Gustavo Martin Gomez Alvarez, a mayoral candidate with the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), reached the department of Puebla.
Local media is reporting that Gomez Alvarez was eating breakfast in Metlatoyuca at about 11:30 a.m. when a group of men drove up and shot him six times. The death is being investigated by the Puebla Public Prosecutor’s Office as a homicide.

 

 Earlier this month, mayoral candidates Homero Bravo Espino, with the Mexican Democratic Party (PRD), and Aaron Varela Martinez, with the National Regeneration Movement (Morena), were both shot dead.

 

Antonia Jaimes Moctezuma (PRD) and Dulce Nayeli Rebaja Pedro(Institutional Revolutionary Party), both precandidates for local elections inChilapaGuerrero, were killed on Feb. 21 and Feb. 25 respectively. Rebaja was also head of Indigenous and Afro-Mexican Affairs for the state of
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According to the PRD’s estimate, about 12 members of the party have been assassinated since the beginning of the election campaign in September.
Local media report that at least 54 pre-candidates from various parties have been murdered during the same period, while 83 have been assaulted.
Since 2006, more than 100 mayors have been killed, according to a report by theNational Association of Mayors.
The OAS plans to send observers to the July elections in an attempt to safeguard electoral transparency.

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Mexican Authorities vs. Sicario Convoy in Sinaloa. Helicopter Minigun Footage( short video)

This short video extract is of an alleged Sicario convoy being shot up by a general electrics minigun from a Mexican authorities helicopter. There isn’t much information about the clip, but I would suspect this helicopter is a black hawk, belonging to the Marines.

At this point in time I haven’t seen any footage of the newly ordered black hawks provided by the USA for the Mexican Army in service in combat. The video starts as the convoy has already been attacked, and is strafed again.

 

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http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2018/03/mexican-authorities-light-up-sicario.html

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Assassins enter upscale barbershop near US Consulate and Kill one man and injury five.

A customer was getting a hair cut while a man sat talking on a cellphone and other patrons lounged around in an upscale Juárez barbershop.

Barbershop-shooter

November 23 appeared to be a normal day at the the Navaja Man Cave barbershop before a young man entered with an assault rifle and opened fire, killing one man and wounding five others.

The attack was recorded on security camera video that the Chihuahua attorney general’s office released Friday when announcing the arrest of the alleged shooter. The El Paso Times has chosen not to publish the video online.

State investigators arrested the suspected trigger man, Manuel Arturo C.M., and Pedro M.M., who allegedly acted as a lookout during the attack.

Full names were not released by Mexican authorities in keeping with practices regarding naming crime suspects.

A bystander identified as Jesus Rodriguez Torres was killed, and five other men were wounded in the shooting, officials said.

A motive for the attack was not disclosed by authorities.

Navaja Man Cave features a bar, a pool table and other amenities. The shop is on the second floor of a retail building on Avenida Ejercito Nacional near Paseo De La Victoria street, not far from the U.S. Consulate in Juárez.

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Security cameras were recording as the alleged shooter exited a parked Mitsubishi Montero carrying what appears to be the rifle.

The time stamp on the video was 14:46 hours, or 2:46 p.m.

The shooter — wearing a red shirt, a blue vest and a Seattle Seahawks cap — went into the building accompanied by the alleged lookout, according to video images.

The video shows the shooter enter the shop and begin to fire as customers ducked for cover under tables and chairs. One customer managed to escape by scampering out the door behind the shooter.

The shooter stood by the door firing several shots before leaving and running down the stairs.

The Chihuahua attorney general’s office said investigators found the SUV allegedly used by the attackers and seized three rifles, including the one allegedly used in the attack, when they arrested the alleged lookout.

The alleged shooter was arrested in Chihuahua City, where he was hiding out, officials said.

A day after the attack, Juárez police arrested an alleged Mexicles gang member that police said was accused in the shooting. But no weapon was found. It now appears he was the wrong person.

The daytime shooting in an upscale business and occurred as murders have increased in Juárez.

There have been more than 675 homicides in Juárez this year, compared with 543 in all of 2016, according to news media tallies and data from the city’s Mesa de Seguridad y Justicia, or security and justice board.

The number of homicides is far less than during the drug cartel war years. Juárez had more than 3,300 murders in 2010.

Juárez authorities point out that security improvements continue, including the addition of 265 new police officers at an oath-of-office ceremony in late November.

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Shots Fired at Police in Athens came from the Same Gun used in Mexican Embassy Shooting.

A group calling itself Organization for Revolutionary Self-Defense appears to be behind an armed attack on Monday night against riot police in the Athens neighborhood of Exarchia.

Mexican Embassy Attack

Ballistics tests on three assault rifle shell casings retrieved from the scene where a gunman fired at two police officers, say they match those found after similar attacks in January this year and April 2014 at the same location, outside the offices of the PASOK party. They also match the casings found after the Mexican Embassy in central Athens was shot at in the summer of 2016.

Revolutionary Self-Defense had claimed responsibility for the attack on the Mexican Embassy, but also that on PASOK’s offices in 2014. The urban guerrilla group has also said it was responsible for hand grenade attack on the French Embassy in November 2016 in which a guard was injured.

There were no injuries reported in Monday evening’s assault, as the two officers spotted their assailant when he was approaching and managed to dodge the bullets that were fired from a distance of 30-40 meters.

The shooter made off on a motorcycle being driven by an accomplice.

The attack is being treated as an attempt against the police.

“The officers were the target, not PASOK’s offices. The shots were fired at head height,” the vice president of the Union of Athens Police Employees, Dimosthenis Pakos, told Kathimerini.

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We maintain the largest fleet of armored vehicles for rent in Mexico and provide armored vehicles, security drivers, executive protection agents and maquiladora security escort teams. We currently have armored vehicles  in Ciudad Juarez, Nuevo Laredo, Monterrey, Cancun, Acapulco, Mexico City (DF), Tijuana, Ensenada and Reynosa.

                                            We have armored vehicles for Rent in:
Mexico City, MX                Culiacan,MX         El Paso, TX/Juarez
Monterrey & Reynosa      Tijuana & Ensenada     Cancun & Puerto Vallarta 
Diplomat Armored Rentals has several armored vehicles Available for rent in Mexico.

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We can provide armored passenger vehicles for rent or lease throughout Mexico.
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Autos Blindados en Renta Para Maquiladoras

El programa de Maquiladora permite a las corporaciones con instalaciones de producción en México una opción asequible para adquirir vehículos de pasajeros de alta calidad blindada con pagos mensuales bajos y un pequeño pago inicial.

La Maquiladora leasing programa de Diplomat Armored Rentals también incluye mantenimiento, un vehículo de sustitución durante el mantenimiento y entrenamiento del conductor del vehículo blindado.

Podemos proporcionar vehículos blindados y servicios de protección ejecutiva en la ciudad de México, Monterrey, Tijuana, Ciudad Juárez, Acapulco, Reynosa, Culiacán, Mazatlán, Guadalajara y Veracruz.

En México hemos blindado sedanes, SUVs y furgonetas disponibles para alquiler o alquiler

Nuestro precios desde $2450 por mes para el nivel 5 (B6) había armada SUV.

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Contáctenos hoy mismo para aplicar:

sales@diplomatarmored.com

Sin cargo: 1-888-480-0454

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Armored Vehicles Available for Rent for Maquilas

The Maquiladora program allows corporations with production facilities in Mexico an affordable option to procure high quality armored passenger vehicles with low monthly payments, and a small down payment.

The Maquiladora leasing program from Diplomat Armored Rentals also includes maintenance, a replacement vehicle during maintenance, and armored vehicle driver training.

We can provide armored vehicles and executive protection services in the Mexico City, Monterrey, Tijuana, Ciudad Juarez, Acapulco, Reynosa, Culiacan, Mazatlán, Guadalajara, and Veracruz.

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In Mexico we have armored sedans, SUVs, and vans available for rent or hire

Our prices start at $2450 per month for Level 5 (B6) armored SUVs.

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Contact us today to apply:

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US Toll Free: 1-888-480-0454

If calling from Mexico Dial:

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El programa de Maquiladora permite a las corporaciones con instalaciones de producción en México una opción accesible para adquirir vehículos Blindados de pasajeros de alta calidad con pagos mensuales bajos y un pequeño pago inicial.

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La Maquiladora leasing program de Diplomat Armored Rentals también incluye mantenimiento, un vehículo de sustitución durante el mantenimiento y entrenamiento del conductor del vehículo blindado.

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Podemos proporcionar vehículos blindados y servicios de protección ejecutiva en la ciudad de México, Monterrey, Tijuana, Ciudad Juárez, Acapulco, Reynosa, Culiacán, Mazatlán, Guadalajara y Veracruz.

En México hemos blindado sedanes, SUVs y furgonetas disponibles para alquiler o arrendamiento

Nuestro precios desde $2450 por mes para el nivel 5 (B6) SUV Blindada.

http://www.diplomatarmored.com

Contáctenos hoy mismo para aplicar:

sales@diplomatarmored.com

Sin cargo: 1-888-480-0454

Si llama desde México marque:

MX sin costo: 001-881-480-0454

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Armored Vehicles for Rent Available for Maquilas

The Maquiladora program allows corporations with production facilities in Mexico an affordable option to procure high quality armored passenger vehicles with low monthly payments, and a small down payment.

The Maquiladora leasing program from Diplomat Armored Rentals also includes maintenance, a replacement vehicle during maintenance, and armored vehicle driver training.

We can provide armored vehicles and executive protection services in the Mexico City, Monterrey, Tijuana, Ciudad Juarez, Acapulco, Reynosa, Culiacan, Mazatlán, Guadalajara, and Veracruz.

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In Mexico we have armored sedans, SUVs, and vans available for rent or hire

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Our prices start at $2450 per month for Level 5 (B6) armored SUVs.

http://www.diplomatarmored.com

Contact us today to apply:

sales@diplomatarmored.com

US Toll Free: 1-888-480-0454

If calling from Mexico Dial:

MX Toll Free: 001-881-480-0454

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Armored Vehicles Available for Rent in Tijuana

Diplomat Armored Rentals provides armored vehicles for hire and security services throughout Mexico.

From our offices in Tijuana, we can provide armored vehicles and executive protection services in Rosarito, Mexicali, Ensenada y San Felipe.

In Tijuana, we have armored Suburbans, Grand Cherokees y Yukons available for rent or hire.

Reserve a vehicle now on our online booking System at:

https://diplomatarmored.checkfront.com/reserve/?#

For a quick quote on for armored vehicle and security services use the link below. To better assist in providing you with the most accurate response. Please answer as many questions as you can then submit the request form using at the link below:

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These vehicles and services are also available to private sector clients.

Diplomat Armored Rentals is a Veteran Owned business headquartered in Washington, D.C.

For additional information on our services, contact us at: 1-888-480-0454

http://www.diplomatarmored.com or at sales@ diplomatarmored.com

 

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Vehiculos Blindados En Renta en Tijuana

Dipolmat Armored  Rentals ofrece vehículos blindados para servicios de alquiler y seguridad a lo largo de Mexico.

Desde nuestras oficinas en Tijuana, podemos proporcionar vehículos blindados y servicios de protección ejecutiva en Rosarito, Mexicali, Ensenada y San Felipe.

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En Tijuana, contamos con Suburbans, Gand Cherokees y Yukons Blindados  disponibles para renta o alquiler.

Reserva un vehículo en nuestra línea reserva sistema en:

https://diplomatarmored.checkfront.com/Reserve/?#

 

Estos vehículos y los servicios también están disponibles para clientes del sector privado.

Para una cotización más rápida en vehículos blindados y servicios de seguridad, utilice el enlace de más abajo. Es la mejor opción para que usted obtenga una respuesta más precisa.

Por favor conteste todas las preguntas que pueda después favor de enviar el formulario de solicitud en el siguiente enlace:

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Diplomat Armored Rentals es una empresa con sede en Washington, D.C.

Para obtener más información sobre nuestros servicios, póngase en contacto con nosotros en: 1-888-480-0454

http://www.diplomatarmored.com or at sales @ diplomatarmored.com

 

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Armored Vehicles Available For rent for Maquiladoras

The Maquiladora program allows corporations with production facilities in Mexico an affordable option to procure high quality armored passenger vehicles with low monthly payments, and a small down payment.

The Maquiladora leasing program from Diplomat Armored Rentals also includes maintenance, a replacement vehicle during maintenance, and armored vehicle driver training.

We can provide armored vehicles and executive protection services in the Mexico City, Monterrey, Tijuana, Ciudad Juarez, Acapulco, Reynosa, Culiacan, Mazatlán, Guadalajara, and Veracruz.

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In Mexico we have armored sedans, SUVs, and vans available for rent or hire

Our prices start at $2300 per month for Level 5 (B6) armored SUVs.

http://www.diplomatarmored.com

Contact us today to apply:

sales@diplomatarmored.com

US Toll Free: 1-888-480-0454

If calling from Mexico Dial:

MX Toll Free: 001-881-480-0454

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Vehiculos blindados en Renta para Maquilas

El programa de Maquiladora permite a las corporaciones con instalaciones de producción en México una opción accesible para adquirir vehículos de pasajeros Blindados de alta calidad con pagos mensuales bajos y un pequeño pago inicial.

La Maquiladora leasing program de Diplomat Armored Rentals también incluye mantenimiento, un vehículo de sustitución durante el mantenimiento y entrenamiento del conductor del vehículo blindado.

Podemos proporcionar vehículos blindados y servicios de protección ejecutiva en la ciudad de México, Monterrey, Tijuana, Ciudad Juárez, Acapulco, Reynosa, Culiacán, Mazatlán, Guadalajara y Veracruz.

En México hemos blindado sedanes, SUVs y furgonetas disponibles para alquiler o arrendamiento

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Nuestro precios desde $2300 por mes para el nivel 5 (B6) SUV Blindada.

http://www.diplomatarmored.com

Contáctenos hoy mismo para aplicar:

sales@diplomatarmored.com

Sin cargo: 1-888-480-0454

Si llama desde México marque:

MX sin costo: 001-881-480-0454

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Armored Vehicles Available for Maquiladoras

The Maquiladora program allows corporations with production facilities in Mexico an affordable option to procure high quality armored passenger vehicles with low monthly payments, and a small down payment.

The Maquiladora leasing program from Diplomat Armored Rentals also includes maintenance, a replacement vehicle during maintenance, and armored vehicle driver training.

We can provide armored vehicles and executive protection services in the Mexico City, Monterrey, Tijuana, Ciudad Juarez, Acapulco, Reynosa, Culiacan, Mazatlán, Guadalajara, and Veracruz.

In Mexico we have armored sedans, SUVs, and vans available for rent or hire

Our prices start at $2300 per month for Level 5 (B6) armored SUVs.

http://www.diplomatarmored.com

Contact us today to apply:

sales@diplomatarmored.com

US Toll Free: 1-888-480-0454

If calling from Mexico Dial:

MX Toll Free: 001-881-480-0454

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Vehiculos Blindados para Maquiladoras

El programa de Maquiladora permite a las corporaciones con instalaciones de producción en México una opción accesible para adquirir vehículos de pasajeros de alta calidad blindado con pagos mensuales bajos y un pequeño pago inicial.

La Maquiladora leasing programa de Diplomat Armored Rentals también incluye mantenimiento, un vehículo de sustitución durante el mantenimiento y entrenamiento del conductor del vehículo blindado.

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Podemos proporcionar vehículos blindados y servicios de protección ejecutiva en la ciudad de México, Monterrey, Tijuana, Ciudad Juárez, Acapulco, Reynosa, Culiacán, Mazatlán, Guadalajara y Veracruz.

En México hemos blindado sedanes, SUVs y furgonetas disponibles para alquiler o alquiler

Nuestro precios desde $2300 por mes para el nivel 5 (B6) había armada SUV.

http://www.diplomatarmored.com

Contáctenos hoy mismo para aplicar:

sales@diplomatarmored.com

Sin cargo: 1-888-480-0454

Si llama desde México marque:

MX sin costo: 001-881-480-0454

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Armored Vehicles available for Rent in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon.

Diplomat Armored Rentals provides armored vehicles for hire and security services throughout Nuevo Leon.

From our offices in Nuevo Leo, we can provide armored vehicles and executive protection services in the Monterrey, San Nicolás de los Garza, General Escobedo.

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In Monterrey we have armored Jeep Grand Cherokee 2015 available for rent or hire.

For more information on our vehicles and services check-out our 2017 Embassy Book.

This price guide includes the vehicle types, basic vehicle specs, armor levels, vehicle location and pricing.

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This Booklet is available for view at www.diplomatarmored.com or reserve a vehicle now on our online booking System at:

https://diplomatarmored.checkfront.com/reserve/?#

It is titled the embassy book because the hard copies are sent to embassies. These vehicles and services are also available to private sector clients.

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Diplomat Armored Rentals is a Veteran Owned business headquartered in Washington, D.C.

For additional information on our services, contact us at: 1-888-480-0454

http://www.diplomatarmored.com

sales@ diplomatarmored.com

Diplomat Armored Rentals Youtube Page

http://www.youtube.com/user/Diplomatarmoredcars?feature=watch

Diplomat Armored Rentals Facebook:

http://www.facebook.com/DiplomatArmoredRentals

Diplomat Armored Rentals Blog: Diplomatic Security Situation Report

https://diplomaticsecuritysitrep.wordpress.com/

Diplomat Armored Rentals Newsletter:

http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs073/1110322445127/archive/1110701770484.html