Monday, November 28, 2011

AZMEX EXTRA 28-11-11


Note: If really destined for Nicaragua, and mostly shotguns, what's
the problem?

Published: 11/27/2011 15:13 By: Agencies
SAT reports historical seizure of weapons

MEXICO CITY (AP) The Tax Administration Service (SAT) reported that
said a container shipped from the country of Turkey, and destination
of Puerto Corinto, Nicaragua, with transfer scheduled in Lazaro
Cardenas, Michoacan, which contained more than 900 weapons .

This seizure is achieved through coordination between the SAT,
through the Office of Lazaro Cardenas, the Secretary of the Navy of
Mexico (Semar) and the Attorney General's Office (PGR).

In a statement, the watchdog announced that in the container located
154 nine millimeter pistols, a 7.55 mm (7.65?) caliber pistol and
756 12 gauge shotguns

The container and its cargo were made ​​available to the Public
Prosecutor of the Federation, for legal purposes that are appropriate.

With such assurances, says the SAT, it demonstrates the active
involvement of the federal government against organized crime and
confirms that the authorities continue permanently with their
determined efforts to prevent criminal organizations to conduct arms

Note: one of many. How many end up in Mexico? ATF never would talk
to us about these.

Gun store burglary in Prescott Valley results in $21,000 loss
by Morgan Sailor - Nov. 28, 2011 12:45 PM
The Arizona Republic-12 News Breaking News Team

Authorities are looking for the persons who broke into an STG
Firearms store in Prescott Valley last week and swiped an estimated
$21,000 worth of guns.

Authorities responded to an alarm at the store in the 9300 block of
Florentine Road and discovered the break-in. In total, nine handguns
ranging from 9 mm to .45-caliber guns and seven rifles were stolen,
Prescott Valley police officials said.

Anyone with information is asked to call Yavapai Silent Witness at

Read more:

Army checks weapons of 500 police in NL
In the C-4 facilities in the municipality of Escobedo, was
concentrated to a total of 310 police officers, 60 municipal guards,
62 Transit officials who are inspected for the carrying of weapons

Monterrey | Monday November 28, 2011 Notimex | The Universal11: 04

About 500 officers of the municipality of Escobedo are being
subjected to review of carrying a weapon, by elements of the Mexican
Army and staff of municipal and state comptroller and the Attorney
General of the State (PGJE).

In the facilities of C-4, the metropolitan municipality, concentrated
to a total of 310 police officers, 60 guards and 62 municipal traffic
police, who have reviewed the carrying of handguns and rifles, in
addition to being subject to inspection to 63 elements of the
administrative area.

It was reported that as part of actions already undertaken in the
municipalities of Guadalupe, Monterrey, San Nicolas de los Garza and
Santa Catarina, to ensure that all personnel of municipal
corporations to account of its weapons by all in order.

It was noted that with this review, sponsored by Mayor Clara Luz
Flores Carrales, is to verify that within them there are no "flyers"


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