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  1. https://www.newsroompanama.com/news/300000-illegal-weapons-in-panama-aid-gang-killings
  2. There have been reports over the last few days that a number of migrants who want to pass through Panama are being held for medical inspection at Puerto Obaldia on the frontera with Colombia. The border has been closed. In an interview this morning on Telemetro, Javier Carillo , the Director of Immigration, claims the situation is being handled professionally and in cooperation with Colombia. There are 674 people, 554 Cubans, and 120 Haitians or Africans, among them pregnant women and children. Jose Donderis , director of Sinaproc, said the migrants only arrived at Panama because of rough seas.
  3. https://www.newsroompanama.com/news/deputy-said-linked-to-gang-leader-sues-for-1-million
  4. https://www.newsroompanama.com/news/panama/major-gang-bust-in-dawn-raids-21-arrests
  5. Moderator comment: This CSS facility is located in the Panama City area. http://www.newsroompanama.com/news/panama/gang-shoot-clinic-er
  6. Just about every week Police are organizing early morning raids in one area or another of David to roust out known gang members and criminals. This morning saw 13 searches carried out and 6 arrests.
  7. 21 members of a gang in David called the Revolution Crew appeared in Court yesterday. They are pleading guilty to criminal (gang) association. Let's see what kind of sentences they receive. Trial of 21 Alleged Gang Members in Chiriqui 21 alleged members of the gang "Revolution Crew", appeared on Tuesday before a judge for their alleged links with the crime against collective security to the detriment of Panamanian society, in the form of illicit association to commit a crime (gangs). This hearing was conducted under the rules of the abbreviated process, under the rules of the inquisitorial system at the request of the defense, which was accepted by the judge liquidator of causes of the Third Criminal Court. The Public Ministry, the fiscal Mary Eugenia Fuentes of the Office of the Special Prosecutor for crimes of unlawful association, requested condemnation of the 21 persons accused of the crime. The alleged group which operated in the slums, The Revolution and la Florida, in the district of David in the Chiriqui province, are related to different crimes such as robbery, theft and other offenses. Article 330 of the Penal Code punishes with 4 to 6 years in prison those who constitute or form a gang. This penalty may increase from 7 to 14 years if the pool is dedicated to commit homicide, kidnapping, extortion, robbery, auto theft and crimes related to drug trafficking, money laundering, rape, trafficking in persons, child pornography, among others. After listening to the arguments of both the Public Prosecutor and the defense, the judge of the case will study the law to enable him to pass judgment. B. Caballero http://ministeriopublico.gob.pa/llevan-juicio-21-presuntos-pandilleros-chiriqui/
  8. http://www.newsroompanama.com/news/panama/gang-violence-claims-45-lives-colon
  9. Recently I have noticed that prosecutors from the Ministerio Publico in Chiriqui have been appealing the length of prison sentences bestowed upon gang members, as in this case. At the request of the Anti-gang Superior Court Prosecutor, Third Judicial District Overturns Sentencing Ruling The Superior Court of the Judicial District of the province of Chiriqui, reformed a sentence for the crime of gang activity that had not been applied to several people in the gang "Niño Divino", then that the Superior Prosecutor specializing in crimes of unlawful association, Nathaniel Murgas, sustain an appeal against the judgment No. 2 of 10 January 2017 issued by the liquidator. The judgment of the Court of criminal circuit of Chiriqui, had ordered the conviction of Ronald Orlando Rodríguez González, José Enrique Rivera Arauz, Boniche Pedro González, José Andrés Castro, Ameth Abdiel Sanabria Medina, the penalty of 40 months imprisonment to Elvis Axl Viquez to the penalty of 48 months imprisonment for the crime of gang activity. After the prosecution's appeal, the Superior Court amended the judgment of 10 January and increased the sentence to 120 months imprisonment to all these accused as perpetrators of the crime of gang activity. In addition, convicted as perpetrators of the crime of gang activity to eight persons who were acquitted at first instance by the trial judge In that judgment the Court of first instance had been acquitted: Gatian Odilio Mendoza, Guillermo Anfernee Samundio Horacio González, Manuel Alejandro Reyes, Jospeh Anthony Rovira, Eduardys Clemente Rivers Quintero, Carlos Alberto Lezcano, José Camilo Rivera Arauz and Randy Luis Arosemena Villarreal, of the gang charges for which they had been called to trial. The prosecutor Murgas said in his stall the discrepancy in this judgment, indicating that there were legal and evidentiary elements that evidence linking the defendants, making it clear that it did not agree with the penalty imposed, because the defendants belong to the gang "Niño Divino" of Chiriqui. Support the prosecutor in his notice of appeal, that there is evidence of the identification of the members of the gang, on-site inspections, police reports, inspections to social networks that give account of the link that exists between them and the tattoos that have each of the defendants, as well as the declaration of protected witnesses. Murgas argued that this gang is dedicated to collective security offenses, possession and trafficking of arms and explosives and sale of drugs, facts for which the Court accepted their request and amended the judgment with the signing of the Judges Carlos Humberto Slopes, Carmen Luz de Gracia and Asuncion Castillo. source Ministerio Publico
  10. Operation 'Asturia' Takes Down Major Criminal Gang A criminal organization dedicated to drug trafficking, which operated from Panama and that is linked to the Clan Úsuga, was dismantled thanks to an operation initiated in 2015 by the Attorney General, National Police and Judicial Investigation. The details were revealed in a press conference in the afternoon of Wednesday, where it is said that the drug shipments arriving in boats, from Colombia, to Panamanian coasts from where they were mobilized in vehicles with double bottom by Panama, Colon and Chiriqui to Costa Rica. The so-called Operation Asturia led to the arrest of 64 people, including foreigners and panamanians, including members of the National Police, the Public Prosecutor's office and a lawyer whose function was to bribe officials to cooperate with the organization. One of the detainees is Jairo Rivas, alias "The Pattern", who was offered a reward of 10,000 B/.00. Seized was 2.5 million dollars, 49 vehicles, four tons of cocaine and one of marijuana, whose market value is several million dollars. In addition to arrests, charges to other 23 people for a crime against the collective security in relation with drugs. http://www.telemetro.com/nacionales/Desmantelan-Panama-organizacion-Clan-Usuga_0_1031297890.html
  11. Editorial comment: another case of needing to proof content prior to publishing. Monday was November 14th, etc. http://www.newsroompanama.com/news/panama/six-injured-jail-gang-battle
  12. With the permission of the originator, the following message from Rodny Direct is being redistributed:
  13. 10 Local Gang Members Captured this Morning At least 10 members of the gang "Aponte" were captured this Thursday, 11 August 2016 in the city of David, Province of Chiriquí. These captures were achieved in an operation carried out this morning, ordered the Office of the prosecutor specializing in crimes of unlawful association (gang actions) of the Office of the Procurator General of the nation of the Public Ministry. In the action also participated agents of the National Police and the direction of judicial investigation. The Public Ministry reported that continue the operations in order to achieve the arrest of the rest of the persons investigated. Information in development... http://www.prensa.com/provincias/Capturan-pandilleros-provincia-Chiriqui_0_4549794980.html
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