Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Investigations into the Migrant Kidnappings

From Milenio, more info on the 120 migrants rescued in Reynosa over the past several weeks:
Central Americans kidnapped for various days in April and then rescued by Mexican army personnel in Tamaulipas accused agents from the National Institute of Migration as those the persons that took them off of the bus in which they traveled and then turned them over to a cell from the Gulf Cartel...
This is not new information, but it's interesting that the Gulf was behind this and not the Zetas. For a long time, human trafficking has been associated much more with the latter group.

For the record, Inami was always a terrific agency for me, very helpful and courteous. Evidently, the entire organization does not share the Torreón office's approach to their work.

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