Tuesday, April 9, 2013



Comment: "even jeopardize the life of the same criminals" As the
even more corrupt PRI regime continues to suppress information on
crime and the drug war. Much as information on weapons recovered has
been suppressed over past couple years. Thanks to extensive foreign
technical aid, many cartel ops and communications have been
compromised, but "leaking" information has also become much more
hazardous, both to career and life of those who would help get
information out. The growing loss of open source media aggravates
the problem. A situation that adversely affects our efforts in
informing you of what is going on. It would seem that the two
federal governments have found some common ground.

Government puts a lock on for 12 years about information of the narcos
APRIL 7, 2013 ·

MEXICO, DF (proceso.com.mx.) - The Attorney General's Office (PGR)
determined to reserve for 12 years official reports on organized
crime in the country, such as the number of cartels that exist, their
names, leaders and area of ​​operation .

The argument of the unit headed by Jesús Murillo Karam, is that the
dissemination of these data affect the strategies to fight organized
crime and even jeopardize the life of the same criminals, according
to Reforma.

The newspaper requested the PGR, via Transparency, data on the number
of cartels operating in the country, their structure and areas of

However, the PGR claimed that due to the current circumstances of the
country, providing such information represents an imminent threat to
the safety of persons mentioned therein, as different criminal
organizations can obtain data that can be used against risking their
physical integrity and even their lives.

He adds: "The disclosure represents a clear threat to the development
of strategies that are implemented from the document, as well as
putting in location data discovered people directly related to
organized crime, posing a risk to their lives and physical integrity,
to be directly identifiable and traceable. "

The newspaper recalled that the government of Felipe Calderón the
PGR, the federal Public Safety Secretariat, Navy, Army and Federal
Police detailed what the major criminal organizations operating in
Mexico were, the names of their leaders and areas dominated .


Pone gobierno candado por 12 años a información sobre el narco

MÉXICO, D.F. (proceso.com.mx).- La Procuraduría General de la
República (PGR) determinó reservar por 12 años informes oficiales
sobre el crimen organizado en el país, tales como el número de
cárteles que existen, sus nombres, líderes y zonas de operación.

El argumento de la dependencia encabezada por Jesús Murillo Karam, es
que la difusión de estos datos afectaría las estrategias de combate
a la delincuencia organizada y que incluso pondría en riesgo la vida
de los mismos criminales, de acuerdo con Reforma.

El diario solicitó a la PGR, vía Transparencia, datos sobre el
número de cárteles que operan en el país, su estructura y zonas de

Sin embargo, la PGR alegó que debido a las circunstancias actuales
del país, proporcionar dicha información representa un riesgo
eminente para la seguridad de las personas que en ella se mencionan,
ya que las diferentes organizaciones delictivas pueden obtener datos
que pueden ser utilizados en su contra poniendo en riesgo su
integridad física e incluso su vida.

Y agrega: "El revelar información representa una clara amenaza para
la elaboración de las estrategias que se implementan a partir de
dicho documento, además de poner en descubierto datos de
localización de personas directamente relacionados con la
delincuencia organizada, representando un riesgo para su vida e
integridad física, al ser directamente identificables y

El diario recuerda que en el gobierno de Felipe Calderón la PGR, la
Secretaría de Seguridad Pública federal, la Marina, Policía Federal
y el Ejército detallaron cuáles eran las principales organizaciones
criminales que operaban en México, los nombres de sus líderes y las
zonas que dominaban.


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