Category: Smugglers Brew

Andrew Tahmooressi’s Defense Team – Drunk and disorderly in Tijuana – Assaults Mexican News Reporter

TIJUANA.- On July 9th, after 101 days incarcerated in a Mexican prison, U.S. Marine reservist Andrew Tahmooressi, with his mother Jill and two defense attorneys in tow, finally appeared in court before a Tijuana federal judge. This was his his first evidentiary hearing since crossing the U.S. border on March 31st with his truck laden

Third times the charm as Andrew Tahmooressi’s mother hooks son up with “Mob” lawyer

For the third time in as many weeks, Andrew Tahmooressi has a new lawyer, with his mommies approval of course. News this afternoon that Jill Tahmooressi has hired the Mexican attorney who was able to get charges dropped against former Tijuana mayor Hank Rhon when police arrested Rhon on weapons charges for having more than

Arms Pipeline to Sinaloa Cartel – US Border Patrol smuggled weapons for “El Chapo” Guzman

Today on the front page of El Universal, the declaration of a protected witness in the federal (PGR) case against El Chapo Guzman says that the US Border Patrol escorted trucks of weapons to the border, abandoned the vehicles and assisted members of the Sinaloa Cartel who then took the guns into Mexico. The declarations come

Judicial Process versus Media Spin – Debunking Media’s Coverage of Andrew Tahmooressi

  On May 28, 2014, former U.S. marine Andrew Tahmooressi appeared in a Tijuana courtroom where he was to give a statement of evidence in the hearing concerning his entrance into Mexico on March 31, 2014 with three weapons, including an assault rifle, in his pick-up truck.    The twenty-five-year-old has maintained that he missed the last

What else is Marine Andrew Tahmooresi Hiding as New Details and Contradictions Emerge

In the story we posted Monday that reported  irregularities in imprisoned Marine veteran Andrew Tahmooresi claims of innocence when he crossed the Mexican border at San Ysidro with prohibited weapons and over 400 rounds of ammunition, the San Diego Union Tribune did a follow up with even more information concerning the contradictions in Tahmooresi’s story. On Tuesday,

Good weekend for Federal Police in Mexico with pot seizures totaling 45 tons

Nearly 40 tons of marijuana was found by during a combined operation by units  of the Municipal Police and the Mexican Army in a warehouse in Tijuana B.C. . This was disclosed after the Federal Public Ministry staged the raid yesterday afternoon. Officials speaking on condition of anonymity said  that more than 39 tons were seized from within this

57 People Linked to Drug Trafficking Organizations that Smuggled Narcotics from Mexico in PVC Pipes Charged in Federal Court

A federal drug task force today arrested 18 people linked to three drug trafficking organizations that smuggled narcotics from Mexico in PVC pipes typically hidden in the axles of commercial trucks that ended up at truck yards located in South Los Angeles and southern Los Angeles County. The 18 defendants arrested this morning are among

CBP makes 7 ton pot seizure at Nogales Port of Entry – Largest bust ever in Arizona

The marijuana harvest season is in full swing in Mexico right now and with illegal immigration down drastically along the southern border, the growers are taking exceptional risks in getting their product to market. This was evidenced at a news conference Tuesday where U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officials showed the 7 tons of marijuana

Decision postponed in case of Jabin “Wrong Way” Bogan due to prosecutions appeal of reduced charges

We reported on September 12, 2012, that a decision by a Mexican judge on a sentence for Jabin Akeem “Wrong Way” Bogan for “mistakenly” entering Mexico with a load of 268,000 rounds of NATO grade ammunition. That decision was inexplicably delayed. We now are learning from our sources in Mexico the reason for the delay.

FBI: Gainesville Georgia marijuana traffickers sentenced – 1600 pounds marijuana seized in April 2012

Three men who planned to use a Gainesville Georgia warehouse to unload their vegetables and marijuana were sentenced today by Senior United States District Judge William C. O’Kelley, announced Sally Quillian Yates, United States Attorney for the Northern District of Georgia. Marco Ortiz-Barajas, 19, Angel Zamudio-Martinez, 54, Jose Luis Chavez-Morfin, 43, all of whom are

US Trucker Jabin Akeem Bogan’s “mistaken entry” into Mexico questioned once again.

Jabin Akeem “Wrong Way” Bogan, the US trucker from Dallas, arrested in April when he “mistakenly” crossed the US border into Mexico with 268,000 rounds of NATO grade ammunition, has maintained through his attorney and his mommy, that it was all a horrendous mistake. The result of “bad information” from a uniformed officer on the

BREAKING – Update on Jabin Akeem “Wrong Way” Bogan – Judge holds hearing, delays decision another week.

One media outletis reporting that Jabin “Wrong Way” Bogan, the Dallas “trucker” caught with 268,000 rounds of NATO grade ammunition in Cd.Juarez back in April could learn his sentence for his crimes as early as today. [info_box] This just in from the above source: The Judge in the Jabin Bogan case held the hearing today

Charges against Jabin Akeem “Wrong Way” Bogan reduced by Mexican Appeals Court Judge in Cd. Juarez

Mexican Federal Magistrate Víctor Manuel Flores Jiménez, this morning, announced his decision to reduce the charges against Jabin Akeem Bogan from smuggling to simple possession of ammunition, a move sought by Bogan’s Mexican defense attorney, Emilio de la Rosa. On April 17, Bogan was caught with 268,000 rounds of NATO grade ammunition in his trailer

BREAKING – Judge expected to announce decision in case of Jabin Akeem “Wrong Way” Bogan today in Cd. Juarez

We’re getting information that the Judge hearing the case of Dallas trucker Jabin Akeem Bogan, who was caught in April with 268,000 rounds of NATO grade ammunition in Cd. Juarez, will announce his decision this morning, Monday, August 20, 2012. The information comes from his mother, Aletha Smith, who is not the most reliable of