Latina Pick of the Week
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Here’s my pick of the best sexy latina entertainment stories and pictures from the last seven days or so. So if you are a fan of Brazilian booty, Mexican tetas, Chicano chocha & everything else that is latina lovely, dip in!
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Pick of the best stories & pics
Cláudia Alende shared Miss BumBum Brazil finalist bom bunda grande (latinacelebdigest.blogspot.co.uk).
Representing Paraná state in in the south of Brazil the 21-year-old is current favourite for the 2014 title.
Miss Bum Bum Brazil 2014 (dailystar.co.uk).
“The winner, chosen from 15 finalists by a jury in a ceremony in November, will win $22,000 as well as worldwide fame and all the benefits that come with that.”
While worldwide fame might be a slight exageration the endorsement deals and instant celebrity status in Brazil is enough to make this a rather savage bunda bang, the pageants brief history being rocked by scandal, corruption and sans silicone refutal (Samba sans silicone: Rio Carnival school goes natural).
“The competition originally started off with 27 women competing for the title of Brazil’s best butt. Each woman represented a different state. The number of contestants now stands at 15.”
Parabéns! Indianara Carvalho crowned Miss Bumbum Brazil 2014 (Latina Pick of the Week 28th November).
“Indianara Carvalho, the 22-year-old representing Santa Catarina state was crowned Miss BumBum Brazil 2014 in São Paulo.”
Salma Hayek’s tetas enormes were falling out (latinacelebdigest.blogspot.co.uk).
¡Mamacita esas tetas enormes! Adrienne Bailon gave mighty cleavage (latinacelebdigest.blogspot.co.uk).
View the magazine free online above, or download here (famosasmexx.blogspot.mx).
#YaMeCanse. You’re fed up? Mexico is Fed Up (sandiegored.com).
“After opening the floor up to questions [on the abduction and apparent massacre of 43 trainee teachers by corrupt police in league with drug gang members] from the reporters and taking little over 15 minutes of questions, as the moderator was about to move on to another question, the Attorney General interrupted and said ‘Muchas Gracias. Ya me Canse’, which translates to ‘Thank you. I am Tired’ but can be better interpreted as ‘Thank you. I am fed up’.”
Iguala Massacre: Mexico’s PR message goes up in flames (insightcrime.org).
“In the hour-long November 7 press conference, Attorney General Jose Murillo Karam announced that the recent capture of alleged members of the Guerreros Unidos led to confessions that the students were taken by police while en route to the town of Iguala. The police handed the students over to the Guerreros Unidos, who then killed them and burned their remains.”
“Gang leaders ordered them to find plastic to keep fire burning 15 hours.”
“The protests started in response to a horrible attack on a group of student protesters in Iguala, a small city in Mexico’s Guerrero province. However, they’ve now become much broader—a way for Mexicans to protest against the violence and corruption that plague their country. The 43 student protesters disappeared outside Iguala on September 26, and are believed to have been murdered by a drug cartel at the behest of corrupt local officials. Shortly after the attack, the body of one of the students was found with his eyes gouged out and the skin from his face removed. His companions remain missing.”
Mexico missing students case file shows some contradictions (news.yahoo.com).
An understatement to be sure.
“Mexico City (AFP)—While Mexican prosecutors declared last year that 43 missing students were incinerated at a landfill, official documents show one gang suspect testified that at least nine were slaughtered elsewhere.
“The office of Mexico’s attorney general posted on its website Sunday the 54,000 pages of documents from the much-criticized investigation into a case that has bedeviled President Enrique Pena Nieto’s administration.
“A review by AFP of hundreds of pages found contradictory testimony among some of the more than 100 suspects who have been detained, including Guerreros Unidos drug cartel members and municipal police officers.
“The report—a maze of documents divided into 85 tomes and 13 annexes with several typos and redacted information—was made public by Attorney General Arely Gomez following freedom of information requests from journalists. It is rare for Mexican authorities to make investigative documents public online.
“[Gomez’s predecessor] Murillo Karam said the officers abducted 43 students and handed them over to the Guerreros Unidos drug gang, which confused them with rivals, killed them and incinerated their bodies at a garbage dump in the neighboring town of Cocula.”
Or rather perhaps solves it.
“Experts commissioned by the OAS say there was a fifth bus at the scene of the crime and, despite the fact that there were students on it, it was never attacked. Armed police stopped the vehicle and the students ran off into the hills, the report says. Mexican officials considered the vehicle an insubstantial piece of evidence and failed to mention it in their report.
“OAS experts now think the fifth bus was in fact an important part of the case. The organization believe that it may have concealed a shipment of heroin, the main drug trafficked in Guerrero, which feeds the United States black market.”
Murdered Mexican students “mistaken for rival gang” government maintains (uk.news.yahoo.com)
“‘The students were identified by the criminals as members of the rival gang in the region,’ said Tomas Zeron, head of the criminal investigation agency at the attorney general’s office.”
And the Mayor’s wife who’s brothers were leading members of the Guerreros Unidos drug gang holding the puppet strings of the police force didn’t much question that when those “gang rivals” were protesting at the event she was due to speak at.
Mayor’s wife charged with organised crime as fate of 43 remains unsolved (independent.co.uk).
“Federal prosecutors found that Maria de los Angeles Pineda’s brothers were leading members of the Guerreros Unidos drug gang, and charged her with crimes relating to drug trafficking and use of illicit funds.”
“Initially, the Guerreros Unidos were linked to the Familia Michoacana, but … authorities blamed the group’s fights with the Familia Michoacana and the Beltran Leyva Organization as driving a wave of murders in the region.”
“In this case, the police were the recipients, rather than the providers, of black market weapons. Mexico’s municipal police forces tend to be underfunded and lack adequate equipment, which may have incentivized the illegal purchase of high-power firearms for [the police which] the criminal group considers part of their armed wing. The weapons are just one piece of evidence of a Level 5 collusion … Normally, the evidence is not so stark; in the less obvious cases, a peek at the guns could be a good way to start figuring out who is working for whom.”
How German firearms ended up at the Mexico student massacre (insightcrime.org).
“The German arms company Heckler & Koch is accused of illegally shipping G36 firearms to Mexico. Those rifles, once considered elite, were used by the Iguala police the night the 43 students disappeared. Six former H&K employees are facing charges. More important, stronger export rules for small firearms may be coming to Germany.”
Updated 23rd February 2019
Heckler & Koch fined for illegal gun sales to Mexico (bbc.co.uk).
A German court has handed suspended jail terms to two ex-employees of gun maker Heckler & Koch and fined the firm €3.7m (£3.2m) for illegal arms deliveries to Mexico.
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