State Police Commander in Tamaulipas, Mexico Admits to Being on Payroll of Gulf Cartel

March 6, 2013 in News

Dane Schiller | “As a Mexican police officer, Gilberto Lerma (Plata) was supposed to protect the public from harm,” Acting Assistant Attorney General Mythili Raman said in a statement. “Instead, he abused his power to further the notorious Gulf Cartel’s violent narcotics trafficking organization.”

Federal Investigation Leads To Arrests of Ten Atlanta Metro Area Police Officers for Guarding Drug Deals

February 18, 2013 in News

Atlanta Journal-Constitution | ll eight Forest Park police sergeants were called to the department Tuesday for routine training. Victor Middlebrook and Andrew Monroe, two solid officers recently promoted to sergeant, were teamed up…

Pair of Houston Cops Busted for Taking $2,000 Bribe To Escort Cocaine Shipment

January 31, 2013 in News

Dane Schiller House Chronicle’s Narco Confidential Blog January 31, 2013   The arrest earlier this week of two Houston police officers charged with taking a measly $1,000 a piece to [...]

GAO Study Reveals Rampant Corruption Among U.S. Border and Immigration Agents

January 16, 2013 in News

Fox News | A government watchdog report has identified a dramatic increase in documented corruption cases among U.S. border and immigration agents, finding nearly 150 have been arrested or indicted since 2005.