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http://info.publicintelligence.net/SDLECC-BorderAmbushes.pdf

(U//FOUO) The intent of this bulletin is to provide Law Enforcement Officers (LEOs) with a general knowledge of ambush tactics used by the Tijuana Cartel against Mexican LEOs in Tijuana, Mexico. The San Diego Police Department (SDPD) Officer Safety Bulletin dated October 3, 2010, outlining Mexican Drug Trafficking Organizations’ (DTOs) and San Diego street gangs’ use of Tijuana Cartel tactics in San Diego County, identified a need for a more comprehensive review of cartel tactics used south of the U.S. border.
 

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The thing that bugs me is the numerous reports that Hezbollah is operating in Mexico, and the similarities in these tactics to those used by insurgents in Iraq. beheading, bombings, strong public displays of executions, and rolling roadblock ambushes. Might bring back a few memories for those of you that were in places like Ramadi and Sadr City.

http://www.businessinsider.com/lulz...een-hezbollah-and-mexicos-drug-cartels-2011-7

Islamic terrorist groups are setting up shop in Mexico and forming alarming ties with the country's brutal drug cartels, according to a 2010 internal memo from the Tucson Police Department.

The memo, leaked by the hacker group LulzSec as part of its Arizona Department of Public Safety hack, warns that Hezbollah has established operations — and a large arms stockpile — in Mexico.

As evidence, it points to the 2010 Tijuana arrest of Hezbollah militant Jameel Nasr, who was allegedly tasked with establishing a Hezbollah network in Mexico
 

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This is not a new thing in Mexico, people. From the fall of Porfirio Diaz until the early 1930s, Mexico was a dangerous and bloody place. Beheadings? No big deal. There were lots worse ways to die in the Years of Blood down there. I would suggest that any of you who want to know what is going on down there these days read the history. I was fortunate enough to have made the acquaintance of a couple of the old men who, in their youth, rode with the man they called Pancho Villa.

The training sounds like it is considerably past due....
 
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