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The witness said Marrufo ordered him to be killed and for his men to mutilate his body. They cutt his hands off and left his body in a dark alley near the "Universidad Pedagógica Nacional del Estado de Chihuahua," on Juárez's busy Avenida Ejército Nacional street. February 23, 2011 - Mexican soldiers arrest six members of the Los Zetas drug cartel, including Julian Zapata Espinoza, who is allegedly responsible for the death of US ICE Agent Zapata. 2009 - The Mexican government reports 9,635 deaths in 2009 in the drug war. (Mexican government, April 2010). Syracuse researchers say DOJ's juvenile immigration case data is 'totally unreliable,' won't track it anymore. Texas lines up boats to stem flow of undocumented immigrants over Rio Grande. A portrait of Miriam Rodríguez hanging on the wall of her home, now owned by her husband. 2006 - In the first few weeks of the government crackdown on drug trafficking, 62 people are killed. (Mexican government, April 2010). On border visit, DHS boss says ending COVID-19 pandemic remains first order of business. George P. Bush kicks off 'Secure the Border' tour in El Paso. She is reported by U.K. outlet the Express to have fallen in with the cartel after beginning a relationship with a narco known as "M2," Miguel Fernandez. She reportedly abandoned a sedate family life and her respectable parents to live with M2 and other cartel men in Aguililla, Michoacán, in 2017. The letter Z painted on a hill near the Monterrey-Torreon freeway, referring to the Zetas drug cartel. Photograph: Tomas Bravo/Reuters. June 11, 2010 - Edgar Valdez Villarreal, "La Barbie," an American citizen, is charged with trafficking thousands of kilograms of cocaine into the United States between 2004 and 2006. He remains a fugitive with a $2 million reward for information leading to his capture. In three years, Mrs. Rodríguez captured nearly every living member of the crew that had abducted her daughter for ransom, a rogues' gallery of criminals who tried to start new lives— as a born-again Christian, a taxi driver, a car salesman, a babysitter. In all, she was instrumental in taking down 10 people, a mad campaign for justice that made her famous, but vulnerable. No one challenged organized crime, never mind put its members in prison. She asked the government for armed guards, fearing the cartel had finally had enough. On Mother's Day, 2017, weeks after she had chased down one of her last targets, she was shot in front of her home and killed. Her husband, inside watching television, found her face down on the street, hand tucked inside her purse, next to her pistol. (Sources: DEA's 2020 National Drug Threat Assessment, US Dept of Justice, CRS reports). At least a dozen more bodies were found at several scenes of violence around the city early on Saturday, local media reported in more examples of drug gang skirmishes. U.S. not sharing details on 'MPP 2.0,' but ports of entry remain off-limits to asylum-seekers, sources say. Drug violence has killed more than 30,000 people since President Felipe Calderon launched his army-led crackdown on drug cartels in December 2006. 2007 - In the first full year of the drug war, 2,837 people are killed. (Mexican government, April 2010). Credit. Daniel Berehulak for The New York Times. You have been added to Border Report Daily Newsletter Newsletter. Everyone posts photos on social media, even small-time gangsters. Mrs. Rodríguez just needed Sama to slip up. The hidden cost of almond milk: 'Exploited and disrespected' bees are dying by the billions. Judge blocks Biden vaccine mandate for federal contractors. The Cavazos family had been fighting since 2018 to keep their 6.5 acres of property located along the U.S.-Mexico border from being taken for border wall construction. March 7, 2011 - Alleged Los Zetas drug cartel leader, Marcos Carmona Hernandez, is arrested. Marisol Macías Castañeda, who worked at local newspaper, had made posts on Nuevo Laredo en Vivo social network. A federal grand jury in Los Angeles charged the alleged ringleader, German Garcia Yera Hernandez, 37, and five others with crimes including extortion and conspiracy to commit hostage-taking resulting in death, according to a statement from the U.S. attorney's office in Los Angeles. Also, a former police officer with the Juárez police department had been on the opposite side of the Sinaloas. His body and another's, which appeared to be stripped of clothing, were laid out on a street on a busy avenue in Juárez in another image shown by U.S. prosecutors. January 2007 - Captured drug lord Osiel Cardena Guillen, alleged former head of the Gulf cartel, is extradited to the United States. On border visit, DHS boss says ending COVID-19 pandemic remains first order of business. US will resume policy for asylum-seekers to wait in Mexico. .