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I am a consultant and analyst with eight years of military law enforcement experience, six years of analytical experience covering Latin America, and over seven years of analytical experience covering Mexican TCOs and border violence issues. This blog is designed to inform readers about current border violence issues and provide analysis on those issues, as well as detailed focus on specific border topics. By applying my knowledge and experience through this blog, I hope to separate the wheat from the chaff...that is, dispel rumors propagated by sensationalist media reporting, explain in layman's terms what is going on with Mexican TCOs, and most importantly, WHY violence is happening along the US-Mexico border.


With over a dozen years of combined experience in military law enforcement, force protection analysis, and writing a variety of professional products for the US Air Force, state government in California, and the general public, Ms. Longmire has the expertise to create a superior product for you or your agency to further your understanding of Mexico’s drug war. Longmire Consulting is dedicated to being on the cusp of the latest developments in Mexico in order to bring you the best possible analysis of threats posed by the drug violence south of the border.

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August 24, 2009


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that’s an excellent list. i no longer devote a lot of attention to mexico, but i’m following matters there a bit, and i get something out of the following blogs too:

Border Lines, at

M3 Report, at

Under the Volcano, at

Medios Mexico, at

i was also about to add Mexico’s Drug War to the list, but oops that’s you’re blog right here. actually, i’ve been meaning to tell you that i appreciate your blog. keep at it.

Wanted to comment that your blog is much appreciated for the information and analysis that you share. Very insightful and well put together.

You probably already read it, but Michael Marizco's first-hand reports and opinions at Border Reporter, are a good resource.

Enjoy your blog and the links to the others.

Here is one I started a few weeks ago. Let me know what you think.

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