During their previous careers as federal agents, many of our investigators actually worked inside Mexico – either covertly or overtly.
As a former Drug Enforcement Administration supervisory agent, I watched the Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman soap opera unfold with a growing sense of disbelief. As the uproar from Sean Penn’s misguided meeting with one of the world’s most wanted criminals begins to subside, I can only shake my head and wonder, in a contest between dumb and dumber, who is more misguided and who has the bigger ego?
El Chapo is supposedly a brilliant criminal mastermind. But I’m not sure that is an accurate description.
The case of Connie McCallister, a missing teen in Mexico. How to find missing people in Mexico.
When tragedy strikes, you can’t get any help from the authorities, and when nobody believes you, your best and only hope can be a private investigator.
A violent and sadistic drug cartel is kidnapping children for organ harvesting and cannibalism. What you can do for missing persons in Mexico.
We are often called upon to investigate missing persons in Mexico. When you think about taking a vacation to Mexico, you probably imagine beautiful views, some tropical drinks and a lot of time relaxing. Unfortunately for many, the truth is that a trip south of the border is anything but enjoyable. A surprising amount of tourists go missing in Mexico every year and you should seek professional help immediately if you suspect a loved one has suffered the same fate.
When a family’s 22 year-old son went off his meds, travelled to Mexico City and fell off the radar, the family decided they needed to hire a private investigative agency that had experience with private investigation in Mexico.
By utilizing our contacts in the area and sending an investigator familiar with the area, we were able to locate the son, get him to a hospital, and fly him back home.
Finding missing tourists, friends and family members in Mexico. Violence and corruption in the region makes efforts to locate missing persons challenging.
In Mexico, companies have been forced to pay for protection for their corporate assets and personnel. Mafia and cartels intimidate businesses.