Pedro Palazuelos pictured above left
Is the Bahia Esmeralda land fraud case the reason Pedro Palazuelos was murded a few weeks ago in Guaymas? Will the murders ever be brought to justice and does this mean that drug dealers can now illegally purchase properties with impunity in San Carlos? Part one of this story can be read here.
Ayotzinapa and Mexicos 43 disappeared students is creating a modern day revolution in Mexico. I have put together a post with plenty of information and plenty of links on what is happening in the South of Mexico. Here in Sonora we have been very insulated from these events but in the south the country is being torn apart at the seams.
Going with the recent trends in the news, does Aljezeera have a point here?
An excellent report on Mexico’s supposed war on drugs with Annabel Hernandez. Check out this link below, it is well worth a look.
A good report by the AP on the recent disappearance slash most likely murdered 43 students from the town of Iguala, in the state of Guerrero. This report describes the tremendous corruption that still runs rampant through many places in Mexico.
A wonderful TED talk by Greenwald on privacy, well worth a look and what I find most interesting in his talk is the last part on political dissidents. As San Carlos moves forward with its efforts to be it’s own municipality it will be interesting to see the posture that will be taken by those in power in Guaymas.
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