California shooter had no connection to victims

California shooter had no connection to victims

MONTEREY PARK, California, USA — The 72-year-old man who fatally shot 11 people at a dance hall in Southern California had no known connection to the victims and investigators were still trying to determine a motive for the massacre, police said. Before Saturday night’s shooting, Huu Can Tran parked a motorcycle just a block from … Read More

Leader of the Clan del Golfo pleads guilty in the US

Leader of the Clan del Golfo pleads guilty in the US

NY – A Colombian once one of the world’s most wanted drug traffickers pleaded guilty Wednesday to federal charges of smuggling into the United States, acknowledging that he led a cartel and paramilitary group that trafficked cocaine and carried out acts of violence. With his permission or under his orders, tons of cocaine were moved, … Read More

California: Shooting Perpetrator Faces 7 Murder Charges

California: Shooting Perpetrator Faces 7 Murder Charges

HALF MOON BAY, California, USA — A farm worker accused of killing seven people in consecutive shootings at two Northern California mushroom farms was indicted Wednesday with seven counts of murder and one count of attempted murder. Chunli Zhao, 66, will make his first court appearance on Wednesday afternoon. It is unclear at this time … Read More

Interrogation of Mexican drug trafficker Tirso Martínez continues despite criticism from judge

The US prosecutor’s office today continued the interrogation of Mexican drug trafficker Tirso Martínez Sánchez in the trial against the former Secretary of Public Security of Mexico Genaro García Luna, although he changed the focus of his questions after criticism from Judge Brian Cogan who refused to take into account his testimonies based on «rumors» … Read More

The Martinelli brothers have already been released

The brothers Luis Enrique and Ricardo Alberto Martinelli, sons of the former Panamanian president (2009-2014) Ricardo Martinelli, have been released this Wednesday morning from the Allenwood Low Prison in Pennsylvania (United States), sources from the prison service confirmed to EFE. The two brothers have been released at the same time when considering a reduction in … Read More

Mexican judge halts indefinitely the extradition of El Chapo’s son to the US

A Mexican judge halted indefinitely this Wednesday the possible extradition of Ovidio Guzmán, one of the sons of Joaquín «el Chapo» Guzmán most wanted by the United States and detained since January 5. The Fifth District Court in Matters of Amparo and Federal Trials in the State of Mexico, where Ovidio is imprisoned, granted an … Read More

Teacher to sue the school where she was shot by a 6-year-old student in the US

The American teacher who was seriously injured after being shot by a 6-year-old student at a school in Newport News, Virginia, will sue the school district for negligence for ignoring warnings about the boy’s worrying attitude. «That day, those responsible for the school were warned three times that the boy had a gun,» explained the … Read More

The US accuses the brother of the leader of the Jalisco Cartel of drug trafficking

The United States Justice filed charges against Antonio Oseguera Cervantes, alias «Tony Montana», the brother of the leader of the Jalisco Nueva Generación Cartel (CJNG), for drug trafficking. Oseguera, who was arrested last December by Mexican authorities, is accused by the US Department of conspiring to distribute cocaine and methamphetamine in the country, crimes that … Read More

Judge excludes testimony against García Luna and describes it as «rumor»

Judge Brian Cogan, who is presiding over the drug trafficking trial against the former Mexican Secretary of Public Security Genaro García Luna, has decided to exclude the testimony of drug trafficker Tirso Martínez Sánchez, presented on Tuesday by the Prosecutor’s Office and which the magistrate has described as «rumor». and «waste of time». Martínez, a … Read More

«It happens too much»: a report analyzes the shootings in the US

"It happens too much": a report analyzes the shootings in the US

WASHINGTON— As the United States reels from a week of high-profile shootings, a new report on mass shootings calls on communities to intervene early when they see signs of violence, encourages businesses to consider workplace violence prevention plans work and highlights the connection between domestic abuse, misogyny and mass murder. The report, released Wednesday by … Read More

Chicago Crime: Shots fired at police officers in Portage Park; Car suspected in previous incident, CPD says

Chicago Crime: Shots fired at police officers in Portage Park; Car suspected in previous incident, CPD says

CHICAGO (WLS) — Chicago police are investigating after someone fired shots at officers on the Northwest Side, with the suspects’ car matching the description from an earlier incident. Officers observed a black Audi SUV in the 3:39 a.m. in the 5400-block of West Sunnyside Avenue at about 3:39 a.m. Wednesday. Police said the vehicle matched … Read More

«Insane»: California deals with 3rd massacre in 8 days

"Insane": California deals with 3rd massacre in 8 days

MONTEREY PARK, California, USA — Shortly after the worst massacre in Los Angeles County history, the California governor was at the hospital to meet with some of those injured in the incident when his aides pulled him aside and informed him of another mass shooting on the other end. of the state. News that a … Read More

Two Mexicans among 7 killed in shooting at Calfornia farm

The Mexican consulate in San Francisco (California) reported today that two of the seven people killed on Monday in the vicinity of a Half Moon Bay farm are of Mexican origin. Remedios Gómez Arnau, Consul General of Mexico in San Francisco, confirmed that at least three of the victims of the shooting that took place … Read More

The new witness against García Luna does not convince the judge

Judge Brian Cogan, who is presiding over the drug trafficking process against former Public Security Secretary Genaro García Luna, expressed his reservations on Tuesday about the testimony of drug trafficker Tirso Martínez Sánchez, and announced that he will decide between tonight and tomorrow on its relevance. Martínez, a cooperating witness for the Prosecutor’s Office, was … Read More

Shooting at a California farm «could be» a case of workplace violence

Shooting at a California farm "could be" a case of workplace violence

The US authorities suspect that the shooting that left seven dead in the vicinity of a farm in Half Moon Bay (California) is a case of workplace violence in which the shooter attacked his co-workers. “The only known connection between the victims and the suspect is that they could have been co-workers. (…) All the … Read More