The AFP report that President Barack Obama’s 13-year-old daughter, Malia (seen above), is spending spring break in Mexico with several friends and under the protection of more than 2 dozen Secret Service agents and a number of local police officers, appears to have been completely scrubbed from dozens of internet news site that first reported it.
The Department of Public Safety, a Texas law enforcement agency, issued a warning on Tuesday against students against celebrating their spring breaks in violence-torn Mexico. No word yet on if the White House got that memo because the violence continues.
We’re not naming the city or going to deep about her plans but once it’s on the internet it is there FOREVER regardless of people trying to delete the story.
The reason why this story has prayer warriors on their knees is because of the crazy violence currently underway in Mexico.
Monday, 12 Mexican police officers were ambushed and killed near a remote southern town where locals earlier found 10 human decapitated heads.
Yes! Less than 9 hours away from where President Obama’s daughter is vacationing, cops were ambushed and killed plus the severed heads of 10 people have been found in Mexico in a suspected outbreak of drug violence.
The heads were lined up on a street outside a slaughterhouse in Teloloapan, about 155 miles south of Mexico City.
The bodies have not been found, according to the Guerrero state attorney general’s office.
7 of the heads belonged to men and 3 to women, all aged between 20 and 35 years.
The killings come a week ahead of Pope Benedict’s visit to Mexico.
More than 50,000 people have died in drug-related violence since President Felipe Calderon launched an army-led crackdown on the cartels after taking office five years ago.
Teloloapan is in the Tierra Caliente region of Guerrero, where the La Familia cartel and its offshoot, Los Caballeros Templarios (The Knights Templar), are fighting for territory.
As always, let’s continue to keep the first family in your prayers and let’s stay positive and pray for a safe return home for Malia.