Mexican Crime Statistics

Trump has been blamed for an increase in violence in Mexican border towns.   Why is that? Well, the argument is that deported illegal aliens, plus would-be illegal aliens who don’t cross, increases the violence in Mexican border towns. But wait a minute.  We’re not supposed to say that illegal immigration increases crime in the United […]

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A Mexican NGO called the Consejo Ciudadano para la Seguridad Pública y Justicia Penal, A.C. (Citizen Council for Public Security and Penal Justice), whose president is Jose Antonio Ortega Sanchez, released a list of the worlds’ 50 cities with the highest homicide rates in 2017. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, […]

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There were 25,339 reported murders in Mexico from January to November of 2017. The murder rate was 19.5 homicides per 100,000 people.  That’s the highest murder rate since the Mexican government has been keeping track, in 1997. That’s really  bad.   But other Latin American countries have high murder rates, some higher than Mexico’s. For the […]

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Allan on October 25th, 2017

What is Mexican gun law like?  How effective is it?  And how will mass immigration and the growing Hispanicization of the United States change American gun law? For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published October 15th, 2017, on VDARE.COM.

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Mexico is a tourist bonanza, with so many interesting places to visit, and it’s good for the Mexican economy. But continuing reports of Mexican violence can scare away tourists and potentially hurt Mexico’s tourist industy. So the discussion continues…. To read the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published September 18th, 2017, on […]

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Allan on August 10th, 2017

There’s no way around it.  Mexico’s violence is worsening.  No matter how you slice and dice the statistics, that conclusion is unavoidable.  For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published July 31st, 2017, on Mexidata.info.

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A recent tweet by President Donald Trump tapped into the ongoing dialogue over how dangerous Mexico is. So how dangerous is Mexico?  And should people visit Mexico? For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published July 10th, 2017 on VDARE.COM.  .

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Evaluations of 2016 Mexican violence continue to be released.  The latest is from the London-based International Institute of Strategic Studies (IISS) which lists the Mexican Drug War as the world’s second-deadliest conflict, after the Syrian Civil War. This ranking has been disputed by the Mexican government. For the entire article, click, here. Article by Allan […]

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A Mexican NGO called the Consejo Ciudadano para la Seguridad Pública y Justicia Penal, A.C. (Citizen Council for Public Security and Penal Justice), whose president is Jose Antonio Ortega Sanchez, released a list of the world’s 50 cities with the highest homicide rates in 2016. In order to be on the list, the city must […]

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The consulting firm Verisk Maplecroft compiled a Crime Rate Index for calendar year 2016, and Mexico is ranked the third most dangerous country in the world.  The list was released in December of 2016. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published March 20th, 2017, on Mexidata.info.

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