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  1. #1384

    Mexican mob attacks man in Cancun over insults

    Tourists who visit other countries should not go around insulting locals? Maybe a bad idea if you do not want your head cut off? LOL.

    "Blurry footage of the attack circulated widely on Mexican media on Saturday. In one clip, assailants can be heard shouting "You're going to die" and "I'm going to cut your head off" as they closed in on the Russian.

    The incident began when a group of people confronted Makeev over his disparaging comments toward locals, many of which he videotaped and posted online.

    Makeev stabbed a youth who got into his apartment, prompting the mob to grow and the violence to escalate, Brahms said.

    It was not clear how long Makeev had been in Mexico, but Aquaworld, a company offering maritime tours in Cancun, said in a statement on Facebook the Russian had been dismissed from its payroll in November 2015 because of his aggressive behavior. . . "

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/mexican-m...005106388.html

    Go to exotic foreign countries, meet interesting people, and insult them on video! Wonder what happens next! Better have good running shoes to avoid the raging mobs! LOL.

  2. #1383
    It's hard to believe that the SDPD did not respond and arrest those guys at JIB. Perhaps you should have tried calling the local substation in San Ysidro as well. Personally I never take my car into Mexico. The drivers are to crazy and there is enough problems with the police.

    Perhaps it's time for the Mexico to have forced labor for the drug dealers and cartel members that are in prison there.

    Quote Originally Posted by Travv  [View Original Post]
    "For a country that generates roughly 10% of its GDP from tourism, mostly from Americans, Mexico's surging violent crime rates, courtesy of its notoriously brutal drug cartels, is quickly becoming a 'huge' economic issue. As we recently noted, more Americans have been killed while traveling abroad in Mexico than any other country, by a staggering margin, no less.

    And while Mexico would love to shake it's bad rap when it comes to violence, the negative data points just continue to pile up. The latest such data comes courtesy of Mexico's car insurance association Amis, which found that auto thefts spiked in March 2017 by over 20% and current stand at multi-year highs. Per Bloomberg: In March, the number of auto thefts rose 21 percent from the same month a year earlier, according to numbers from the car insurance association known as Amis. Meanwhile, the recovery rate -- the percentage of stolen cars that police were able to recover -- dropped to its lowest since at least 2005 . . '.

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-0...o-thefts-surge

    Moral of this story. Do not take expensive cars over the border. Only take beater cars that no one will want to steal or carjack or that you do not care about losing. Flashy watches, jewelry and clothing should be avoided unless you do not mind the local sharks noticing a rich tourist with too much money. I drive an old beater car in Tijuana that I do not mind denting or losing in Mexico and no car thief would bother stealing IMO. Especially recommend stick shift cars since most thieves do not know how to drive without an automatic transmission.

  3. #1382

    The crime wave

    There are more Trump's deportees in Tijuana, and more of those waiting to cross the border. They have to eat and will resort to crimes to survive.

    The cars they like to steal are actually older family sedans, Accord, Camry, Mazda 6, Chevy Malibu, Ford Taurus ect. Which are easy to steal and have high demands on the used parts market. They would take the cars to chop shops that strip all high value parts and destroy all IDs.

    Expensive cars are also stolen and sold in Mexico. Large SUV's are their favorites. They can bribe the right people to have them registered. The cartel guys love to drive around in large SUV's with room for them to pack their AK47's. Policias would never think of checking cartels' SUVs.

    A few years back, one afternoon at the parking lot next to JIB, I saw a guy changing plates on half a dozen cars, apparently stolen cars getting ready to be driven to Mexico. I called 911, explained the situation to the cops and waited around for a bust, but nothing happened after 20 minutes. I had to walk. Don't count on local LE for protection. They are too busy busting soft prostitutes and protecting only their own lazy asses and their fat pensions.

    Quote Originally Posted by Travv  [View Original Post]
    "For a country that generates roughly 10% of its GDP from tourism, mostly from Americans, Mexico's surging violent crime rates, courtesy of its notoriously brutal drug cartels, is quickly becoming a 'huge' economic issue. As we recently noted, more Americans have been killed while traveling abroad in Mexico than any other country, by a staggering margin, no less.

    And while Mexico would love to shake it's bad rap when it comes to violence, the negative data points just continue to pile up. The latest such data comes courtesy of Mexico's car insurance association Amis, which found that auto thefts spiked in March 2017 by over 20% and current stand at multi-year highs. Per Bloomberg: In March, the number of auto thefts rose 21 percent from the same month a year earlier, according to numbers from the car insurance association known as Amis..

  4. #1381

    Mexico's Crime Wave Spirals Out Of Control As Auto Thefts Surge

    "For a country that generates roughly 10% of its GDP from tourism, mostly from Americans, Mexico's surging violent crime rates, courtesy of its notoriously brutal drug cartels, is quickly becoming a 'huge' economic issue. As we recently noted, more Americans have been killed while traveling abroad in Mexico than any other country, by a staggering margin, no less.

    And while Mexico would love to shake it's bad rap when it comes to violence, the negative data points just continue to pile up. The latest such data comes courtesy of Mexico's car insurance association Amis, which found that auto thefts spiked in March 2017 by over 20% and current stand at multi-year highs. Per Bloomberg: In March, the number of auto thefts rose 21 percent from the same month a year earlier, according to numbers from the car insurance association known as Amis. Meanwhile, the recovery rate -- the percentage of stolen cars that police were able to recover -- dropped to its lowest since at least 2005 . . '.

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-0...o-thefts-surge

    Moral of this story. Do not take expensive cars over the border. Only take beater cars that no one will want to steal or carjack or that you do not care about losing. Flashy watches, jewelry and clothing should be avoided unless you do not mind the local sharks noticing a rich tourist with too much money. I drive an old beater car in Tijuana that I do not mind denting or losing in Mexico and no car thief would bother stealing IMO. Especially recommend stick shift cars since most thieves do not know how to drive without an automatic transmission.

  5. #1380
    Metal pens with sharp fine tips are legal to carry. They are easier to hold in your hand and can do serious damages against muggers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Flyer47  [View Original Post]
    Would having keys ready in a fist be fine? I imagine keys in a fist could do more damage than just a fist alone and would also not be considered a weapon by law enforcement.

  6. #1379
    Would having keys ready in a fist be fine? I imagine keys in a fist could do more damage than just a fist alone and would also not be considered a weapon by law enforcement.

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    In Mexico it's illegal to carry in the person a knife with blade longer than 4 " or 100 mm, not even a pocket knife.

    From the US Consulate: Guns are Illegal in Mexico.

    Quote:

    Don't carry a knife, even a small pocketknife, on your person in Mexico.

    If you carry a knife on your person in Mexico, even a pocketknife.

    *You may be arrested and charged with possession of a deadly weapon.

    *You may spend weeks in jail waiting for trial, and tens of thousands of dollars in attorney's fees, court costs, and fines.

    *If convicted, you may be sentenced to up to five years in a Mexican prison.

  7. #1378

    72 hours of crimes on the Tijuana. San Diego border

    A very interesting article, well researched and written by Kristina Davis of the San Diego Tribune, showing the working of the entry ports.

    Daily about 38,000 cars and 18,000 pedestrians cross these 2 border entry ports with lots of attempts to smuggle contraband. As you can see how CBP agents go about finding smugglers, just don't even try it. It's not worth spending decades eating rotten food, jacking off or honeymooning with Carlos in Club Fed, while you can be out partying, drinking and screwing pretty chicas.

    http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/...513-story.html

    The director of entry ports and San Isidro and Otay Mesa is Sidney Aki. His office is in the big building at San Ysidro. If you have any problems at the ports, write letters to him and be prepared to escalate your complaints up the HSI chains of command if local agents are not responsive.

    Looks like CBP has access to arrest warrants from other states. So be careful if you have any outstanding arrest warrants:

    "Meanwhile, in the neighboring inspection lane, the driver of a gray SUV was led away in handcuffs. Officers determined he was wanted on a warrant out of Nevada for burglary and identification fraud. "

  8. #1377
    NPR shows total number of homicides whereas WIKI shows the rates per 100 K.

    Mexico is far more populous than Honduras, El Salvador and Venezuela.

    If you want to find the relative risk levels, the murder rate is far more significant than the total.

    Quote Originally Posted by LongDonSilva  [View Original Post]
    Please note that the article cited by Hargow uses statistics from 2016 whereas the wiki page referenced by the captain uses statistics from 2009-2014. I'm just presenting objective observations; draw your own conclusions.

  9. #1376

    Homicide rates

    Please note that the article cited by Hargow uses statistics from 2016 whereas the wiki page referenced by the captain uses statistics from 2009-2014. I'm just presenting objective observations; draw your own conclusions.

  10. #1375

    Murder rates per 100 K by countries

    The highest murder rates are Honduras, El Salvador and Venzuela. Mexico is down in #26, the Philippines #50:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o..._homicide_rate

    UNODC*murder rates (per 100,000 inhabitants). Most recent year.

    Murder Rate Country #Count Region year.

    84.6 *Honduras 5,936 Americas Central America 2014.

    64.2 *El Salvador 3,921 Americas Central America 2014.

    62 *Venezuela 19,030 Americas South America 2014.

    52.6 *United States Virgin Islands*(US) 56 Americas Caribbean 2010.

    38 *Lesotho 764 Africa Southern Africa 2010.

    36.1 *Jamaica 1,005 Americas Caribbean 2012.

    34.4 *Belize 121 Americas Central America 2014.

    33.6 *Saint Kitts and Nevis 18 Americas Caribbean 2012.

    33 *South Africa 17,805 Africa Southern Africa 2014.

    31.2 *Guatemala 4,998 Americas Central America 2014.

    29.8 *Bahamas 111 Americas Caribbean 2012.

    27.9 *Colombia 13,343 Americas South America 2014.

    25.9 *Trinidad and Tobago 351 Americas Caribbean 2012.

    25.6 *Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 28 Americas Caribbean 2012.

    24.6 *Brazil 50,674 Americas South America 2014.

    21.6 *Saint Lucia 39 Americas Caribbean 2012.

    21.1 *Dominica 15 Americas Caribbean 2010.

    20.4 *Montserrat*(UK) 1 Americas Caribbean 2008.

    18.5 *Puerto Rico*(US) 681 Americas Caribbean 2014.

    17.4 *Swaziland 208 Africa Southern Africa 2010.

    17.4 *Dominican Republic 1,810 Americas Caribbean 2014.

    17.2 *Namibia 388 Africa Southern Africa 2012.

    17.2 *Panama 663 Americas Central America 2013.

    17 *Guyana 135 Americas South America 2012.

    15.9 *Saint Pierre and Miquelon*(France) 1 Americas Northern America 2009.

    15.7 *Mexico 19,669 Americas Central America 2013.

    15.4 *Botswana 303 Africa Southern Africa 2010.

    15.2 *Myanmar 8,044 Asia South-Eastern Asia 2012.

    14.7 *Cayman Islands*(UK) 8 Americas Caribbean 2009.

    14.4 *South Sudan 1,504 Africa Eastern Africa 2012.

    13.6 *Central African Republic 610 Africa Middle Africa 2012.

    13.5 *Democratic Republic of the Congo 8,755 Africa Middle Africa 2012.

    13.3 *French Guiana*(France) 30 Americas South America 2009.

    12.8 *Turkmenistan 660 Asia Central Asia 2012.

    12.4 *Ivory Coast 2,412 Africa Western Africa 2012.

    12.1 *Bolivia 1,270 Americas South America 2012.

    11.8 *Uganda 4,473 Africa Eastern Africa 2014.

    11.4 *Mauritania 430 Africa Western Africa 2012.

    11.3 *Nicaragua 675 Americas Central America 2012.

    11.2 *Mali 1,640 Africa Western Africa 2012.

    11.2 *Antigua and Barbuda 10 Americas Caribbean 2012.

    10.8 *Angola 2,232 Africa Middle Africa 2012.

    10.6 *Cape Verde 54 Africa Western Africa 2013.

    10.5 *Republic of the Congo 450 Africa Middle Africa 2012.

    10.4 *Papua New Guinea 713 Oceania Melanesia 2010.

    10.3 *Guinea-Bissau 169 Africa Western Africa 2012.

    10.3 *Nigeria 17,059 Africa Western Africa 2012.

    10.2 *Haiti 1,033 Americas Caribbean 2012.

    10 *Costa Rica 477 Americas Central America 2014.

    9. 9 *Philippines 9,797 Asia South-Eastern Asia 2014.

  11. #1374

    Mexico 2nd most violent country in the world

    Mexico 2nd most violent country in the world.

    23,000 killings in a single year. Mexico's govt is disputing this. It's quite possible in terms of people killed. If not Mexico is no doubt in the 2-4 range.

    (http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-w...iolent-country).

  12. #1373

    Fernando Benitez, Abogado

    You got it right. Good Tijuana criminal Lawyer, Fernando Benitez, who defended Jorge Hank Rhon in 2011.

    This guy is either the best lawyer in Mexico, over qualified for Mexico's Supreme Court, or he has good connections and knows how to fix bad cases.

    I should buy him a coupe drinks and a couple pussies in HK just in case something bad happens to me in Tijuana.

    Quote Originally Posted by Travv  [View Original Post]
    Guys,

    might want to get this lawyer's business card. If this lawyer can spring a druggie with a shotgun likely robbing locals for drug cash, he can likely help you if you fall into the hands of the Tijuana policia! Looks like a minor miracle that this druggie walked away scot free!

    "The Judge Leticia Larranga Vizcarra set free the ex Marine from the United States, James Tyler Yeager, who was detained on 23rd of April by the Federal Police after breaking into a house in the Fraccionamiento San Antonio del Mar in Tijuana armed with a shotgun, to rob the owner of his wallet and tape recorder. In addition the American faces charges of domestic violence in Montana, from whence he originates. Upon being reviewed by a physician of the PGJE, Yeager admitted having taken crystal meth."

  13. #1372

    Bizarro World! Druggie robbing Houses with Shotgun set free?

    Guys,

    might want to get this lawyer's business card. If this lawyer can spring a druggie with a shotgun likely robbing locals for drug cash, he can likely help you if you fall into the hands of the Tijuana policia! Looks like a minor miracle that this druggie walked away scot free!

    "The Judge Leticia Larranga Vizcarra set free the ex Marine from the United States, James Tyler Yeager, who was detained on 23rd of April by the Federal Police after breaking into a house in the Fraccionamiento San Antonio del Mar in Tijuana armed with a shotgun, to rob the owner of his wallet and tape recorder. In addition the American faces charges of domestic violence in Montana, from whence he originates. Upon being reviewed by a physician of the PGJE, Yeager admitted having taken crystal meth."

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    Good Tijuana criminal Lawyer, Fernando Benitez, who defended Jorge Hank Rhon in 2011.

    Ex Marine was acquitted or armed robbery and freed since he did not understand Spanish.

    http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2017/0...arges.html?m=1

  14. #1371
    Not concerned with the clubs. The Rateros / muggers is what concerns me. When shootings the muggings seem to increase as well. So I recommend everyone use due caution. Always look to see who is behind you in the Zona.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jicks  [View Original Post]
    I'm at the site, everything is as usual except crime scene marking. No extra checkup at HK. I don't do beyond HK, Cascadas and Birreria Guadalajara Restaurant.

  15. #1370

    Judge frees and removes robbery charges against United States ex Marine

    Good Tijuana criminal Lawyer, Fernando Benitez, who defended Jorge Hank Rhon in 2011.

    Ex Marine was acquitted or armed robbery and freed since he did not understand Spanish.

    http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2017/0...arges.html?m=1

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