Anonymous group canceles -Threat against Los Zetas!

We are sorry, say Anonymous

We are sorry, say Anonymous

Anonymous group canceled announced reprisals against the Zetas cartel for being a very risky operation, and was informed through a press and social networks for different users.

After disappearance of one of its members in Veracruz, one of the members announced reprisals against the drug cartelLos Zetas” with “Operation Cartel.”

However, because of the great risks involved in leaking information and to safeguard the integrity of persons adhering to the collective group of hackers decided to cancel the whole operation.

“Destroying # OpCartel because the lives of people who are not participating n can be at risk,” was published in the first text of the cancellation of the transaction, through Twitter account @ Sm0k34n0n.

Before this action the company and strategic intelligence analysis, Stratfor published an article about the “serious risk” involving actions of leakage of information about members of Los Zetas.

“Last October 6 Anonymous posted that they would inform on those who are members of Los Zetas” if Anonymous carries out its threat, it will almost certainly lead to death of the persons named as members of the cartel, whether or not the information published is accurate, “says the article by Stratfor.

In an interview with MILLENNIUM, two members of Anonymous, and Skill3r GlynissParoubek be contacted to explain the circumstances:

Why it was decided to cancel the operation “

We can not be reckless administrators to condemn to death those who participate, we have talked and discussed extensively by all and it was decided to remove it.

So why throw threats, “It’s very easy to make a video on behalf of Anonymous and launch air threats, but to think, plan and evaluate the pros and cons is another story,” they said.

What’s next ” “They continue other operations, but for now we hope to make clear that the cartel operation is false.”

Anonymous released a statement which is bounded on pages published names of officials involved in the cartel Los Zetas.

“Dear followers and supporters of this page (Anonymous). I hereby disclaims Mexico Anonymous entirely the responsibility of the news of hacking a page that is linked to alleged cartel zest”, is detailed in the text that circulated .

“Our struggle is not of this type and our ideals do not go with that operation. The note published by several electronic media is completely false. We ask for your support to spread this news,” concludes denying other media that published the page.

Finally hacktivists expressed what their official media to avoid rumors speaking:

30 pounds of Cocaine in cake mix boxes! Why would an 18 year old do this?

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No person in their right mind would do this knowingly, especially going through Miami International Airport! What? This looks like a set-up!

 An 18-year-old woman who was arrested after nearly 30 pounds of cocaine was found hidden in cake mix boxes in her suitcase will be charged as an adult, according to a Florida state attorney‘s office.

Ayesha Niles, who lives in London, was traveling from Jamaica to London with a stopover at Miami International Airport on Friday when she went through a routine luggage check.

“Twenty-four boxes of cake mix in your luggage,” Ed Griffith, spokesperson Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office, told CNN. “It just seemed extremely unusual.”

It was unusual enough that the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agent sent Niles to the inspection area for a second screening.

According to the arrest affidavit the boxes of cake mix contained a total of “+/- 29.30 pounds of powder cocaine.” According to the state attorney’s office the estimated street value of the cocaine in London is $650,000.00.

The affidavit says Niles told law enforcement that the boxes were placed in her luggage in Jamaica but she was not aware of what the boxes contained.

Niles was arrested on charges of trafficking of cocaine and transporting of a control substance. Niles turned 18-years-old this week and because of her age of majority and the seriousness of the crime the state attorney’s office has filed notice that she will be charged as an adult. Niles, who is still in the juvenile system currently, could not be reached for comment.

“This is an extremely serious charge,” Griffith said. “She is looking at minimum mandatory prison time upon a conviction.”

If convicted Niles could be sentences up to 15 years in prison for each count.

Murder in Hermosillio, Mexico! drive-by shooting!

One hours flight to Hermosillio

One hours flight to Hermosillio

Hermosillo, Son., October 29 .- A person dead and two injured by a firearm projectile was the outcome of a shooting attack carried out at noon today in the colony “The Apache,” which is located south west of this capital.

What transpired among the witnesses of the crime one fatality by the name of Hugo Ivich, friend and former representative of the artist Grupero Valentin Elizalde, who was also gunned down in November 2009.

The incident took place 12:15 pm on the southbound lane of the boulevard Seri Road at the junction with White Feather street, when the now deceased flowed from west to east in a Chevrolet vehicle, line Tahoe, license plates WBL -1076.

According to police reports and witnesses, there were two assailants who were traveling in a white pickup truck,  it  passed to the right side of the driver for them to shoot down the representative grupero.

At the scene the body of Hugo Ivich was found, who was traveling with a child who was unhurt.

The two injured people were taken to the nearest hospital for emergency medical care, apparently there were two suppliers of a grocery store sector.

Officers of the State Police cordoned off the scene investigating and among them commented that the victim was a friend and former representative of the “Gallo de Oro”.

On November 25, 2009, Valentin Elizalde was shot dead along with two others, coming out of a presentation in the arena of the Fair and Exhibition of Reynosa, Tamaulipas.

Smugglers in Texas improvising to transport Drugs!

18 wheeler loaded with Marijuana!

18 wheeler loaded with Marijuana!

Texas law enforcement agencies report drug smugglers have resorted to “cloning” company and government vehicles to try to avoid detection and protect their illegal cargo. “It’s making our job a lot harder,” said Michael O’Connor, Victoria County sheriff. “We’re up against a matrix of deceptive transportation.”

O’Connor said his officers have undergone additional training on how to spot the nearly perfect look-alikes. Photographs provided by the Texas Department of Public Safety show 18-wheelers with duplicate logos of major companies, crammed with bales of marijuana.

Others closely resemble government vehicles, even a school bus that had marijuana bales set up inside so they looked like passenger seats.

Another shows a truck with a Texas Department of Transportation logo spotted in Gonzales County, except it was stuffed with marijuana. “At one time, you could say there was a certain type of vehicle used. Now, it’s everything, everything imaginable,” O’Connor said.

He said some have “window-dressing” such as oilfield equipment or soldiers in uniform and a patient in the back of an ambulance, but they were all imposters.