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Suspect claiming to have bomb robs Socorro bank – KRQE News 1310.08.21

SOCORRO, N.M.(KRQE) Authorities are asking for tips after a man claiming to have a bomb robbed a Socorro bank on Monday, Oct. 4. The FBI reports the incident happened at the Washington Federal Bank at 201 Plaza around 11:25 a.m.

Investigators state an unidentified man entered the bank and showed a demand note to a teller. Authorities report the note said there was a bomb in a bag that the suspect was carrying and it would explode if the teller didnt hand over cash.

The teller reportedly gave the suspect an undisclosed amount of money who then left the bag on the counter. The suspect then left the bank and ran north down the street.

According to the FBI, a New Mexico State Police bomb team responded to the scene and determined that the bag left on the counter didnt contain explosives. Authorities say the unidentified suspect had a facial tattoo of teardrops or stars next to his left eye and a long dark brown or reddish beard.

He is described as a Hispanic or Black male in his late 20s to early 30s, is about five feet six inches tall, and had a medium build. The man was wearing a dark, baggy hooded sweatshirt, sunglasses, a white bandana mask, red gloves, and dark pants. Anyone with information regarding this robbery is asked to contact the FBI at 505-889-1300 or to submit a tip online at

The FBI states that bank robbery carries a possible prison term of up to 20 years. Additionally, the use of a gun, other dangerous weapons, toy gun, or hoax bomb device during a bank robbery can be punishable by a 25-year prison term.

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FBI Media Alert: Man Claiming to Have a Bomb Robs Socorro, New Mexico Bank FBI – Federal Bureau of Investigation10.08.21

An unidentified man with a facial tattoo and dark brown or reddish beard robbed a Socorro bank after threatening he had a bomb on Monday, October 4, 2021.

The robbery occurred at Washington Federal Bank, 201 Plaza, at approximately 11:25 a.m.

The suspect is described as a Hispanic or black male in his late 20s to early 30s, approximately 5'6 tall, with a medium build.

He had a tattoo of teardrops or stars next to his left eye and had a long, dark brown or reddish beard.

He wore a dark baggy, hooded sweatshirt, sunglasses, a white bandana mask, dark pants, and red gloves.

The suspect entered the bank and presented a demand note to a teller.

The note said a bomb in a bag the suspect carried would explode if the teller did not hand over cash.

The teller gave an undisclosed amount of money to the suspect, who left the bag on the counter.

The suspect left the bank and ran north down the street.

A New Mexico State Police bomb team responded to the scene and determined the bag did not contain an explosive device.

Anyone with information about this robbery is asked to contact the FBI at (505) 889-1300.

Tips can also be submitted online at

The Socorro Police Department is assisting with this investigation.

Information about other bank robbers wanted by the FBI can be found at

Bank robbery carries a possible prison term of up to 20 years. The use of a gun, other dangerous weapon, toy gun, or hoax bomb device during the commission of a bank robbery can be punishable by a prison term of up to 25 years.

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Andy Ruiz Jr shows off bizarre new tattoo which spans length of back and bum but fans shocked by amazing… – The US Sun10.08.21

ANDY RUIZ JR has had an enormous tattoo which covers his entire back and bum.

The Mexican-American shared a snap of his new artwork and fans were shocked by the 'amazing' shape the heavyweight is in.




Ruiz has had what looks like a sword-wielding Roman centurion tattooed on his back.

It is underneath his previous 'victorious' tattoo.

The soldier's elaborate armour can clearly be seen with it stretching down onto his right bum cheek.

And on his left one, there appears to be a human face in pain.

Ruiz shared a picture of him showing off the new ink on social media.

The 32-year-old is wearing just a black pair of boxers with his biceps flexed.


He captioned the shot: "Back and cheeks done. Lol.

"Hahahaha. Thanks to my boy, @ish_tattoos."

Henry was one of several fans to reply and he commented on the typically large fighter's body shape.

He wrote: "Great to see the champ @Andy_destroyer1 looking so well!"

Ruiz loves tattoos.

Like hisheavyweight rival Anthony Joshua, the Mexican-American brawler boasts several tatts dotted around his torso.

But what do all his tattoos mean?

SunSport dissected the body art - piece by piece - to understand the mindset ofthe man nicknamed 'The Destroyer'.

Ruizwas last in action in May against veteran heavyweight Chris Arreola andlaboured to a unanimous decision victory over the 40-year-old.

Mexico's first heavyweight champion is itching to get back into the ring and is currently eying clashes with Adam Kownacki, Luis Ortiz and former IBF titleholder Charles Martin.

He toldFight Hype: Were looking at Adam Kownacki, hes going to be fighting in October.


Theres Charles Martin, Luis Ortiz. Theres a lot of guys out there for me. I just gotta stay busy and stay active.

Ruiz's return is tentatively slated for December, although that's contingent on him landing an opponent.

He recently underwent surgery on his bothersome right knee but is on the road to recovery.


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Fall movie preview: Bond, ‘Dune’ and 30 other big ones headed your way – The Detroit News09.04.21

It may finally be time for "No Time to Die."

The latest James Bond adventure has been in Hollywood'son-deck circle for a year and a half, waiting out the pandemic that just doesn't want to go away. Billie Eilish's theme song for the film, released way back in February. 2020, has already picked up a Grammy, and with any luck the film from which it comes will hold onto its planned Oct. 8 release and will finally hit screens.

Luck is what Hollywood needs as it rolls into another uncertain fall season. A full slate of blockbusters and awards contenders are ready to go, so long as the light remains green, but it's stillvolatile out there: as this list was going to print, "Top Gun: Maverick" and "Jackass Forever" were both pulled from the fall release schedule, shuffled to dates in 2022, and there are rumors other big titles could follow.

For now, here are the biggestand brightest films planned to open between now and the start of the holiday season. Just remember, dates are subject to change, but then again we've all gotten used to our entertainment calendars becoming wish lists rather than road maps.Hopefor the best, but keep thoseexpectations in check.

1. "No Time to Die"His name is Bond, James Bond, and Daniel Craig has said this will be his final outing as 007, although it was never his intent to stretch out his farewellthis long. How can we say goodbye if we never actually part ways? With Rami Malek, Ana de Armas and Naomie Harris. (Oct. 8 in theaters)

2. "Dune"After tackling "Blade Runner 2049," director Denis Villeneuve ("Arrival") takes on another behemoth,Frank Herbert's epic 1965 sci-fi novel about a post-apocalyptic future populated bygiant sandworms. Hopefully he fares better than David Lynch did with his 1984 attempt at the material. (Oct. 22 in theaters and on HBO Max)

3. "Eternals"Academy Award winner Chlo Zhao ("Nomadland") joins the Marvel Cinematic Universe with this adaptation of the comic about an immortal alien race tasked with saving humanity. It's a tall order, but Angelina Jolie, Salma Hayek and Kumail Nanjiani's abs are up to the task.(Nov. 5 in theaters)

4. "King Richard"Will Smith stars as Richard Williams, father of tennis superstars Venus and Serena Williams, in a role that could nab him his third Oscar nomination, following "The Pursuit of Happyness" and "Ali." From director Reinaldo Marcus Green ("Joe Bell"). (Nov. 19 in theaters and on HBO Max)

5. "Dear Evan Hansen"Ben Platt reprises his role from the Tony-winning stage musical, starring as a high school student whose social anxiety disorder leads him toinserthimself into the life of a deceased student in order to get closer to his family. With Amy Adams, Julianne Moore and Kaitlyn Dever.(Sept. 24 in theaters)

6. "Red Notice"Ryan Reynolds, Gal Gadot and Dwayne Johnson star as a con artist, an art thief and a tracker, respectively, in this action thriller from director Rawson Marshall Thurber, who previously worked with Johnson on "Central Intelligence" and "Skyscraper." (Nov. 12 on Netflix)

7. "Spencer"Kristen Stewart stars as Princess Diana in this drama from director Pablo Larran, who in 2016 transformed Natalie Portman into Jackie Kennedy. "Spencer" focuses on Diana's decision to end her marriage to Prince Charles (Jack Farthing) during the holiday season in 1991.(Nov. 5 in theaters)

8. "Finch"In a post-apocalyptic wasteland, a dying inventor (Tom Hanks) builds a robot to accompany him and his dog on a cross-country journey. Originally due out in theaters last year, the movie has landed at Apple TV+, Hanks' second such outing to do so, following 2020's "Greyhound." (Nov. 5 on Apple TV+)

9. "The French Dispatch"More preciousness from director Wes Anderson, with a cast that includes, deep breath,Benicio del Toro,Timothe Chalamet,Frances McDormand,Jeffrey Wright,Owen Wilson, Bill Murray,Adrien Brody,Tilda Swinton,Anjelica Huston, Willem Dafoe andEdward Norton. And more. (Oct. 22 in theaters)

10. "Last Night in Soho"The second film of 2021 from director Edgar Wright, following the wonderful documentary "The Sparks Brothers," is a psychological thriller with time traveling and body-swapping elements, starring Thomasin McKenzie ("Jojo Rabbit") and "The Queen's Gambit's"Anya Taylor-Joy. (Oct. 29 in theaters)

11. "Halloween Kills"Michael Myers is back, of course, in this direct sequel to 2018's "Halloween," in which the masked killer was definitively killed, but that has never kept him down before, so why should it now? Jamie Lee Curtis returns once again as Laurie Strode, who just can't seem to shake Mr. Myers. (Oct. 15 in theaters)

12. "Cry Macho"How else would Clint Eastwood cry? The 91-year-old legend directs and stars in this adaptation of N. Richard Nash's 1975 novel about an ex-rodeo star (Eastwood) who is hired to kidnap a young man in Mexico and bring him back to his father in Texas. (Sept. 17 in theaters and on HBO Max)

13. "The Last Duel"14th-century France is a far wayfrom 20th century Boston, but thatis the setting of Matt Damon and Ben Affleck's first screenplay since the pair won Oscars for penning "Good Will Hunting." Here, Nicole Holofcener co-writes the story of France's last legally sanctioned duel. The immortal Ridley Scott directs. (Oct. 15 in theaters)

14. "Ghostbusters: Afterlife"Another pandemic holdover, this fourth "Ghostbusters" film which picks up after the second film and ignores the third stars "Stranger Things'" Finn Wolfhard as the grandson of original Ghostbuster Egon Spengler and brings back O.G. busters of ghostsBill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Ernie Hudson. (Nov. 11 in theaters)

15. "The Many Saints of Newark"A teenage Tony Soprano (the late James Gandolfini's son, Michael Gandolfini) comes of age on the mean streets of New Jersey in this "Sopranos" prequel with Ray Liotta,Jon Bernthal,Corey Stoll, Vera Farmiga and, hopefully, plenty of gabagool.(Oct. 1 in theaters and on HBO Max)

16. "Venom: Let There be Carnage"Tom Hardy returns in the sequel to the 2018 hit, where he plays a journalist who hosts an alien symbiote who turns him into a vigilante warrior. Woody Harrelson, teased in the credits of the first film, plays host to a symbiote of his own. It's fair to assume the twodon't play nice together.(Oct. 15 in theaters)

17. "The Starling" In this comic-drama, Melissa McCarthy is a woman who after suffering a loss becomes involved in a feud with a starling that nests near her otherwise quiet home. Kevin Kline plays a veterinarian that talks her back to reality. Chris O'Dowd and Timothy Olyphant co-star, and "Hidden Figures'" Theodore Melfi directs. (Sept. 24 on Netflix)

18. "Rons Gone Wrong"In this computer-animated comedy, Zach Galifianakis voices Ron, a friendly robot who befriends middle schooler Barney (Jack Dylan Grazer), despite the fact that he's, well, malfunctioning. With the voices of Ed Helms, Olivia Colman and Rob Delaney.(Oct. 22 in theaters)

19. "The Guilty"In this remake of a 2018 Danish crime thriller, Jake Gyllenhaal plays a phone operator who gets to the bottom of a crime. With Ethan Hawke andRiley Keough, and directed by Antoine Fuqua from a script byNic Pizzolatto.(Oct. 1 on Netflix)

20. "Army of Thieves"A prequel to this summer's "Army of the Dead," Zack Snyder's Las Vegas-set zombie heist film, which takes place six years prior to thatgory romp. Directed by and starring Matthias Schweighfer.(Oct. 29 on Netflix)

21. "The Harder They Fall"A Black Western starring Jonathan Majors ("The Last Black Man in San Francisco," "Lovecraft Country") as a man who, with the help of his old gang, seeks revenge against the man who killed his parents. With Idris Elba, Regina King, Zazie Beetz, Delroy Lindo, Lakeith Stanfield and more. (Nov. 3 on Netflix)

22. "Home Sweet Home Alone""Jojo Rabbit's" Archie Yates is left, you guessed it, home alone in this latest entry in the "Home Alone" franchise, entry No. 6 if you're counting at home. WithEllie Kemper,Rob Delaney,Aisling Bea,Kenan Thompson, Chris Parnell and more.(Nov. 12 on Disney+)

23. "The Eyes of Tammy Faye" Jessica Chastain playsTammy Faye Bakker in one of those roles that just screams Oscar. Andrew Garfield plays televangelist Jim Bakker andVincent D'Onofrio playsJerry Falwell in directorMichael Showalter's ("The Baxter") comic-drama, based on 2000's documentary of the same name.(Sept. 17 in theaters)

24. "Titane"The Palme d'Or winner at this year's Cannes Film Festival is about a woman who gets pregnant after having sex with a car, so mainstream appeal is already out the window. Art house lovers may swoon. (Oct. 1 in theaters)

25. "Belfast" Kenneth Branagh, who grew up in Northern Ireland, writes and directs this '60s set story about a boy growing up in Northern Ireland. Hmm. With Jude Hill,Jamie Dornan,Ciarn Hinds, Judi Dench, Caitriona Balfe andLara McDonnell.(Nov. 12 in theaters)

26. "Mass"That's mass, as in mass shooting, and this drama centers on a meeting between the parents of a victim of a school shooting and the parents of the shooter. Said to be one of the year's most powerfulfilms. With Ann Dowd, Martha Plimpton and more.(Oct. 8 in theaters)

27. "The Addams Family 2"The sequel to 2019's computer animated hit about everyone's favorite kooky, spooky-season loving family. (Oct. 1 in theaters)

28. "Malignant"Modern horror magnate James Wan ("Saw," "Insidious," "The Conjuring") turns his eye to the story of a woman who is haunted by grisly visions that she finds out are in fact very real. Scared yet? (Sept. 10 in theaters and on HBO Max)

29. "Queenpins"A coupon scam goes big time to the tune of $40 million in this comedy caper that stars Kristen Bell, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Paul Walter Hauser, Vince Vaughn, Bebe Rexha and more. (Sept. 10 in theaters)

30. "Julia" Look at it this way: without Julia Child, there's no Guy Fieri. This documentary looks at the very first TV food personality, who became a star in the 1960s and remains beloved today, 17years after her death.(Oct. 15 in theaters)

31. "The Card Counter"Writer-director Paul Schrader, who enjoyed quite a comeback with 2017's "First Reformed," returns with this story of a gambler (Oscar Isaac) haunted by the ghosts of his past. (Sept. 10 in theaters)

32. "Tick, Tick... Boom!" Lin-Manuel Miranda is not giving away his shot. He makes his feature film directorial debut with this story of a theatre composer (Andrew Garfield) facing a midlife crisis at age 30. With (Nov. 19 on Netflix)

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A climber finds the highest of highs in the documentary "The Alpanist"(Sept. 10 in theaters);"Come From Away" tells a lesser-known tale from 9/11, about a 7,000 passengers who were welcomed inNewfoundland(Sept. 10 on Apple TV+);Mary Elizabeth Winstead is an assassin with only 24 hours to live in"Kate" (Sept. 10 on Netflix); "Euphoria" and "The White Lotus" star Sydney Sweeney stars in the erotic thriller"The Voyeurs" (Sept. 10 on Amazon Prime Video);"The Capote Tapes" dives into the life of author Truman Capote (Sept. 10 in theaters); a Spanish teacher and her student learn more than just "Language Lessons" (Sept. 10 in theaters); a teenager longs to be a drag queen in the adaptation of the hit musical "Everybodys Talking About Jamie" (Sept. 10 in theaters, Sept. 17 on Amazon Prime Video);Krysten Ritter helps provide kiddie scares in"Nightbooks" (Sept. 15 on Netflix);"Schumacher" is a documentary about the Forumla One driver, not the "Lost Boys" filmmaker (Sept. 15 on Netflix);Justin Chon writes, directs and stars in"Blue Bayou," the story of a Korean-American who faces deportation (Sept. 17 in theaters); a woman plans to escape from a French asylum in"The Mad Women's Ball" (Sept. 17 on Amazon Prime Video); Nicolas Cage is out to break an evil curse in"Prisoners of the Ghostland" (Sept. 17 in theaters and on VOD); St. Vincent's Annie Clark and "Portlandia's" Carrie Brownstein set out to explore the far reaches of their art in the mock-documentary"The Nowhere Inn" (Sept. 17 in theaters); Gerard Butler and Frank Grillo star in"Copshop," the latest from tough guy director Joe Carnahan (Sept. 17 in theaters); Michael Caine and Aubrey Plaza team up in the comic-drama"Best Sellers" (Sept. 17 in theaters and on VOD); some titles say it all, like"My Little Pony: A New Generation" (Sept. 24 on Netflix); if you prefer your fall dose of Princess Diana in musical form,"Diana: The Musical" is right up your alley (Oct. 1 on Netflix);"Hotel Transylvania: Transformania" is the fourth film in the hit animated series (Oct. 1 in theaters); original "Girl With the Dragon Tattoo"Noomi Rapace stars in the Iceland-set"Lamb," about a couple that finds themselves raising a mysterious newborn (Oct. 8 in theaters); the romantic drama"Hard Luck Love Song" is based on Todd Snider's song "Just Like Old Times" (Oct. 15 in theaters); Tim Roth andVicky Krieps find inspiration from Ingmar Bergman in"Bergman Island" (Oct. 15 in theaters and on VOD); filmmakerTodd Haynes tells the tale of"The Velvet Underground"in documentary form (Oct. 15 in theaters and on Apple TV+); writer-directorJohn Ridley tells the story of a marriage that is interfered with by a time traveler in"Needle in a Timestack" (Oct. 15 in theaters and on VOD); a driver in L.A. bites off more than he can chew when he gets involved in a vampire war in"Night Teeth" (Oct. 20 on Netflix); a student is harboring a supernatural creature in his house in the horror thriller"Antlers" (Oct. 29 in theaters);Tessa Thompson andRuth Negga star in Rebecca Hall's racial drama "Passing" (Nov. 10 on Netflix); the documentary "Kurt Vonnegut: Unstuck in Time" takes a look at the famous author (Nov. 19 in theaters and on VOD); Oscar winners Colin Firth and Olivia Colman star in the romantic drama"Mothering Sunday," about a maid who plans to meet with the man she loves before he marries someone else(Nov. 19 in theaters).



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Mara Clemente, the first trans deputy in Mexicos Congress: We have broken the glass ceiling – EL PAS in English09.04.21

Mara Clemente arrives in high heels and is tall, tanned, with an easy smile and a small tattoo at the corner of each eye one of the moon and another of the stars the significance of which only she knows. She has a degree in business administration and until a few months ago worked as a driver for ridesharing firm DiDi and from September 1, along with her colleague Morena Salma Livano, she is set to become the first transgender lawmaker to serve in the Chamber of Deputies of the Mexican Congress. Clementes journey to this point has been a difficult one but she believes the real challenge starts now. Among her objectives as a lawmaker, Clemente has identified modifying Article 1 of the Mexican Constitution to make it more inclusive as well as safeguarding the labor rights of app-based delivery and passenger drivers.

Born in Mexico City, Clemente will celebrate her 36th birthday on October 11 and has already exceeded her own expectations for how long she would live: the life expectancy of a trans woman in Mexico is 35, compared to 77 for the overall population, according to a report compiled by several NGOs and the Washington Office on Latin America. She feels privileged. In a country that is habitually lethal for the trans population, she has become a federal deputy. We have broken the glass ceiling for the political participation of the trans community, she says with conviction. Until now only one transgender woman, Rub Araujo, had been elected to office in the country as a city councilor in Guanajuato in 2016. Araujos election placed Mexico, where in 2020, 43 transsexual people were murdered, at the political forefront in the region.

In the June 6 legislative elections in Mexico, there were around 40 trans candidates, leading Clemente to state it is difficult to consider oneself a representative of a population where there is no consensus toward a political vision. But she adds that both colleagues from other parties and leaders of the trans movement view her election as a victory.

Its incredible to be a voice for a population in such an important place as Congress, where the laws are made, she says. Her priorities now are: To listen to my colleagues, drive an agenda in favor of sexual diversity and by building a judicial structure, make the integration of the trans population ironclad.

The first step is to pore over rules, codes and laws in search of any discriminatory concepts. One has already been identified: We would like to reform Article 1 of the Constitution to suppress the concept of sexual preference and replace it with sexual orientation and identity or expression of gender, which is the terminology used in the international convention of human rights, Clemente says. Furthermore, she is also seeking to bolster the National Council to Prevent Discrimination (Conapred), to make it more efficient and to guarantee its budget.

Additionally, after 18 months as a DiDi driver, Clemente has first-hand knowledge of the protections app drivers require. Drivers are users of the app in the same way the passenger is, and as such our hard work does not translate into labor rights because the app is not recognized as an employer. We want to table initiatives to protect their labor rights.

Clementes life, straddling the Cuauhtmoc district and the suburbs, has always been intrinsically linked to metropolitan politics. She was born in Tlatelolco but grew up in Cuautitln Izcalli, in the State of Mexico. The daughter of a neighborhood activist and a member of the Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD), the first thing she did when she turned 15 was to join the party ranks. Although she didnt know it at the time, she was following in the footsteps of Mexican President Andrs Manuel Lpez Obrador, who she refers to as an inspiration throughout the interview. Later, she participated in the early foundation processes of the leftist ruling party National Regeneration Movement (Morena). I was an activist for the sake of being an activist, through pure conviction, she says. Clemente became increasingly certain that her rightful place was among the Mexican left. I consider myself a working-class woman, I understand the solutions from that viewpoint.

Clemente came out as a trans woman seven years ago in what she considered her safe haven: politics. I came out of the closet during a meeting of the university council at the Autonomous University of Mexico City, she says animatedly. I couldnt go another day without doing it and I had to keep attending the meetings, so I arrived at the council one day and it was the first day of my official transition. She remembers she asked for the floor for a minute to tell them what was happening and asked for their support. I had done it before occasionally [come out as a woman] but this was the first official day, it was saying that this is forever, and for every day.

Clemente found at university and later in Morena a safe space to come out one that she did not find among her family. I had to leave many members of my family behind, because they did not accept my decision and decided not to continue with me on my path in life. However, she adds that she did receive the support and unconditional love of her mother and friends, and that is the most important thing. That affection has served to consolidate Clemente in her new position.

If you had told me 10 years ago that I would be where I am now, I wouldnt have believed it, says the politician, who has been the subject of numerous verbal and physical attacks in recent years. Clemente says that the current climate seems very cheerful, very simple, that there are two trans federal deputies, but that just a year ago, when she was driving the streets in her taxi, it did not seem like a feasible notion. I saw it as extremely unlikely, above all because of discrimination. On her journey, she has learned one lesson to take away: Mexico is a country sustained by women; it is consolidated by the political struggle of women.

English version by Rob Train.

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Tattoo Market To Witness the Highest Growth Globally in Coming Years 2021-2026| Eikon Device, Worldwide Tattoo Supply, Barber Dts, Kwadron The…08.09.21

The report presents an in-depth assessment of the Tattoo Market including enabling technologies, key trends, market drivers, challenges, standardization, regulatory landscape, deployment models, operator case studies, opportunities, future roadmap, value chain, ecosystem player profiles and strategies. The report also presents forecasts for Tattoo from 2021 till 2026. The report covers the pre COVID-19 historic data, impact of COVID-19 and post-COVID-19 (Corona Virus) impact on various regions and major countries and on the future development of the industry is pointed out.

The Global Tattoo Market is expected to grow at a CAGR 5% during the forecast period (2021-2026).

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The report presents the market competitive landscape and a corresponding detailed analysis of the major vendor/key players in the market. Top Companies in the Global Tattoo Market: Filament Tattoo Company, Mithra, Eikon Device, Worldwide Tattoo Supply, Barber Dts, Kwadron, Body Shock, Superior Tattoo, Sunskin, CAM Supply, DragonHawk and others.

A tattoo is a form of body modification where a design is made by inserting ink, dyes and pigments, either indelible or temporary, into the dermis layer of the skin to change the pigment.

Global Tattoo Market Split by Product Type and Applications:

This report segments the global Tattoo market on the basis of Types are:

Tattoo Services (Tattoo, Piercings, Removal, etc)

Tattoo Aftercare

Tattoo Machine and Other Materials

On the basis of Application, the Global Tattoo market is segmented into:

Age Below 18

Age 18-25

Age 26-40

Age Above 40

Geographically, the detailed analysis of production, trade of the following countries is covered in Chapter 4.2, 5:

United States





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North America (The United States, Canada, and Mexico)Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia, and Italy)Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India, and Southeast Asia)South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, etc.)The Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria, and South Africa)

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Fentanyl Is Wreaking Havoc in Tijuana. Is the Rest of Mexico Next? – VICE07.25.21

TIJUANA, Mexico Members of one of Mexico's few harm reduction centers distributed clean needles and first aid packages on a hot Friday morning in July below a bridge just across the U.S-Mexico border. Word spread quickly among the local residents of the tunnels within the dried-up Tijuana River, and a line formed for those eager to receive the supplies.

Traffic whizzed by, both overhead and in nearby side streets, as more and more of Tijuana's most vulnerable came out of tunnels that feed the river. Most were from a notorious area known as El Bordo about half a mile from the San Ysidro border crossing between Tijuana and San Diego that has become a home base of sorts of the city's drug-addicted and forgotten.

The city has recently seen a drastic change in the drug market, from heroin to fentanyl, that has led to not just a spike in overdoses but also a war for control thats sent Tijuanas homicide levels skyrocketing. The street population and those trying to help them are left struggling to adapt and respond.

When I began, it wasn't so bad. Now, I don't know what they're putting in the drugs, but a lot of people are dying, said 32-year-old Stephanie, who asked that her last name be withheld. When asked if she thought it was fentanyl, she said she'd heard that it was, but she wasn't clear on exactly what the dangerous synthetic opioid was. She referred to it by its common street name in Tijuana: la china.

Stephanie has become accustomed to living in El Bordo after being deported three years ago from the U.S., where she'd lived since she was two.

Everyone uses. Everyone sets up, injects, stays there passed out, and, well, sometimes the police arrive and take some of us, or run us out of there, she said. Every day, it's the same, it's a routine. It's a normal life, well, with drugs.

A worker from the PrevenCasa harm reduction group, which provides free healthcare, condoms, and needles to those in need, handed Stephanie a small vial of naloxone, a medication that counteracts the effect of opioids and can stop overdoses. Then she explained how to use it.

The fentanyl trend seen in Tijuana is also appearing in cities across the border, and although President Andrs Manuel Lpez Obrador pledged to address the issue after taking office in December 2018, the problem is getting worse. This year, the border state of Baja California, for instance, has seen an expanding market of fentanyl in pills, heroin, and potentially mixed with uppers like methamphetamine and cocaine.

And the growing presence of fentanyl in Tijuanas drug supply may foreshadow a crisis that could spread south through Mexico, say experts.

Jaime Arredondo, a researcher who accompanied PrevenCasa to the Mexico bridge, compared the situation to a powder keg that could explode at any moment.

Tijuana is like a thermometer for Mexico, and things are hot. Overdoses, violence, insecurity, said Arredondo.

Lpez Obrador's government is doing little to help. It not only put harm reduction on the backburner but has also cut funding for organizations like PrevenCasa that are trying to advocate for safe spaces for people with addictions, Arredondo lamented.

He looked out on the green patch below the traffic where about a dozen men sat consuming drugs quietly in broad daylight. Several of the men took a garbage bag from PrevenCasa after using and began cleaning up the area. Others returned their used needles to a staffer and left with new ones for future use.

Look, we made a safe injection site right here, said Arredondo, smiling slightly. There is no official safe injection site anywhere in Tijuana.

PrevenCasa's permanent location is housed in Tijuanas notorious Zona Norte, just between the border wall and the city's red-light district. But harm reduction clinics are few and far between in Mexico, existing in only a handful of the country's 32 states. Heroin addiction hasn't been much of a problem in Mexican history, even though the massive West and South Sierra Madre mountain ranges that traverse numerous states contain some of the world's most fertile terrain for the production of the poppy plant that produces opiates. Mexican traffickers realized long ago that they could cultivate the native plant, cheaply produce bricks of heroin, and smuggle them north for much more money than selling locally.

In recent years, Mexican drug trafficking organizations have made a massive push into the production of fentanyl, a synthetic opioid thats 50 times more powerful than heroin. And like the heroin that is pushed north over the border, fentanyl is catching on in cities that straddle the U.S. border.

There's been a transition from natural opiate-based heroin to synthetic heroin. It's incredibly obvious, said Alfonso Chvez, PrevenCasa's harm reduction coordinator.

The main type of heroin produced in Mexico used to be black tar, a dark, sticky substance usually smoked or dissolved and injected. But since 2017, a new, white powder heroin has emerged in Tijuana and other border cities that is becoming increasingly popular with people who use drugs. Unless Mexican cartel producers collectively changed their method overnight, white heroin (la china) could only be one thing: the dangerous synthetic opioid fentanyl.

PrevenCasa, along with researchers from some of Mexico's top universities, published results of a 15-month collaborative study in December 2019 funded by Mexico's National Institute of Psychiatry (INPRM) and the U.S. State Department that detailed the unprecedented fentanyl boom along the border. They tested samples taken from syringe plungers, metal cookers, and drug wrappings collected at three needle exchange points throughout the city, and the results were staggering. They found fentanyl in the majority of white powder and crystal meth samples, while the only substance to come back negative 100 percent of the time was pure black tar, which suggested that it's more difficult to unknowingly adulterate.

There was also a concern that methamphetamine was now being mixed with fentanyl, but the researchers are unsure if the positive tests were due to the meth being produced in the same barrels as the fentanyl, or if it's a deliberate attempt to mix the two drugs. Either way, the results can be devastating due to the body's inability to handle both an upper (meth) with a downer (fentanyl) simultaneously.

But while the products appearing along the Mexican side of the border are evolving, Chvez doubted the traditional theory that the drugs found on Tijuana's streets were leftovers that didn't cross to the U.S. Instead, he argued that it's a market designed for this population because it's easier to produce it [because it is synthetic]. You don't have to wait for a [poppy] plant to grow.

A person using drugs doesn't get to choose what they want to be addicted to.

In the nearby Callejon de Venado (Deer Alley), nine men huddled together shooting dope. One man, Omar, tied himself off above a fading yin-yang tattoo and prepared to stick himself with what he said was la china.

The china hits harder and faster compared to the negra (black tar). The effect is five times more," Omar said. "Its stronger, but so is the malilla.

Malilla is slang for withdrawal, and Omars fear of it is why he spends every day doing whatever he needs to obtain his next hit.

At 15 years old, Omar left the western state of Michoacan and moved to the wealthier state of Baja California and its seaside resort Ensenada, looking for a better life. There, he married and had three children. But after six years in Baja, he ended up trying heroin with a friend. Now, in his mid-30s, his kids wouldn't even recognize the man I am now as their father.

Omar took three attempts at finding a spot on his arm unharmed enough to accept the needle. Blood trickled down over his tattoo. He passed the syringe to an old man in a wheelchair, then blew into his fist to expose his neck veins as the disabled man injected him slightly below his right jaw.

We all find a way to survive to get by, Omar said while reflecting on life on the streets of Tijuana.

The exact number of people living on Tijuana's streets is unknown, but homelessness is shockingly evident throughout the city, with certain blocks lined with tents and makeshift beds much like Los Angeles' Skid Row. But in Tijuana, those living rough and addicted are particularly at risk as violence related to control of the city's internal drug market rages.

The Baja California smuggling corridor, one of the most lucrative on the U.S./Mexico border, has seen some of the largest drug seizures in U.S. history; the Southwest border accounted for more than three-quarters of all drug seizures in 2020, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection. That, combined with a disproportionate amount of substance abuse, has resulted in a vicious turf war in the state, primarily among the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG), the Sinaloa Cartel, and the remnants of two factions of the Arellano Flix Cartel. The fighting has seen Tijuana hit staggering levels of violence in recent years, ranking it as the deadliest city in Mexico in both 2018 and 2019.

The Baja California State Police Commissioner for Security and Investigations, Carlos Alberto Flores, told VICE World News that the city's recent homicide crisis is directly related to the local consumer market.

Indeed, drug trafficking [into the U.S.] does cause deaths due to disputes, due to trafficking routes of the drugs, said Flores. However, it is in no way comparable to the homicides generated by street-level drug dealingor as it's also known, the war for the corners.

He was keen to point out that the city had seen a drop in homicides in 2020, although still topping the list of most total homicides in the country. But last month, homicides again reached critical levels, according to Flores, noting the state attorney general held a meeting in early July to once again adjust their strategy.

A majority of the homicide suspects and victims in Tijuana are people of a very low level within the criminal structure, really, because the ones who are fighting for the corners move around in a cheap vehicle, have poor-quality weapons, and kill other very low-level salespersons, said Flores.

These kinds of street-level conflicts over the internal drug market have increased dramatically in Mexico since traffickers began pushing meth throughout the country around a dozen years ago, and have become a significant factor in the rise in homicides since then. Meth has rapidly surpassed all other drugs in terms of addiction in Mexico (excluding marijuana, which will likely be federally legalized in 2021) and can now be found in all of the country's 32 states, according to government statistics.

For now, internal fentanyl consumption has remained mostly in border cities in the states of Baja California, Sonora, and Chihuahua, but it's constantly evolving in its use.

There's also been numerous cases of overdoses linked to the synthetic opioid being mixed with cocaine. The overdose crisis has been mostly ignored by local authorities, but recently it hit the police close to home: In May, local investigative weekly Zeta Tijuana reported that four cops in Tijuana were hospitalized after inhaling cocaine mixed with fentanyl at a party.

In the past year, authorities have seen a large uptick in seizures of fentanyl pills known as M-30. The small white pill, with M stamped on one side and 30 on the other costs only around $2.50 USD, according to what people who've recently tried it told VICE World News. It's typically swallowed as is, ground up and snorted, or injected, and is most certainly fentanyl. These pills have also been appearing around the U.S.

But what has particularly worried Flores is the change in how they're seizing the fentanyl.

What we were seeing when I began in November 2019 was loads: five, seven, nine kilos of fentanyl. When we see those amounts it's for the purpose of being trafficked to the United States, said Flores. In 2021 we began to see smaller seizures, 30, 50 fentanyl pills. When we start to see these types of quantities, it means there is already a local consumer market for these types of fentanyl drugs.

If Mexican traffickers decided to push an internal fentanyl market throughout other parts of the country, the consequences would be disastrous.

The year after Lpez Obrador entered office, he specifically took aim at the looming threat of both fentanilo and cristal [methamphetamine] as an immediate focus of his administration's anti-addiction policy, Juntos Por La Paz, or Together for the Peace.

We are going to dedicate a day a week showing advances in our plan: why fentanyl is spreading, its effects, everything, said Lpez Obrador during an October 2019 speech to kick off the 50th-anniversary ceremony of the country's youth rehabilitation programs.

That didn't happen.

In fact, hes aggressively cut funding to nonprofits and foundations among his many austerity measures aimed at rooting out corruption and fixing the economy. So harm reduction clinics in Mexico have had to rely on foreign aid and donations.

Probably, [harm reduction advocates] are right when they say they have not had all the support from the government that they could use, Gady Zabicky, the head of Mexico's National Commission against Addictions (CONADIC), told VICE World News. We are in the middle of a pandemic and we are in a big transformation of our government But we have the aim. We share the same principles and the same objectives as the (harm reduction community.)

He explained that the government is currently operating on an equation where it prioritizes prevention, followed by treatment, with harm reduction being the end-of-the-road option. And emphasized theyve been working on adding psychologists and addiction specialists to hospitals around the country.

But activists complain the government has done nothing to fund independent harm reduction projects and state-run initiatives are few and far between.

So one place took matters into their own hands.

In downtown Mexicali, a couple of hours drive from Tijuana east along the U.S/Mexico border, the Verter harm reduction center operates as the only semi-legal open injection site in the country. It is behind a barred window, and nestled between a shop selling sombreros and a new museum commemorating Mexicali's storied Chinese cuisine.

The clinic allows women to inject in one of three booths in a back room, explained its director and co-founder, Lourdes Angulo. Unfortunately, they can't allow men; if they did, she said, it would always be full.

The fentanyl appearing in Tijuana is also popping up in Mexicali, said Angulo.

We've seen an increase in injections of meth mixed with heroin in the last year and a half, she said, explaining how they began using fentanyl testing strips particularly on the drugs used in the safe space in the back. When we started, there were really few cases of positive results with fentanyl. Of every 10, we could identify one or two (with fentanyl).

But in recent months, she said, the tests show six or eight out of 10 containing fentanyl. And at the same time, the number of overdoses that we treat has also increased, she added.

As the products on the street are in flux, Verter has struggled to stay open with no support from the federal government and a movement within the local Mexicali government to have the center shuttered or moved.

Angulo co-founded Verter in 2013, and on their fifth anniversary, November 23, 2018, a week preceding Lpez Obrador's inauguration, they'd attempted to open the safe injection site after a year of legal preparations with proper permits and international funding. But when opening day came, authorities shut Verter down. The city government sued the clinic while Verter filed a complaint with the state Human Rights Commission. After nearly half a year of back and forth, the clinic opened to women using a legal loophole where its registered as a business when in actuality it's a nonprofit. But how long that will last is uncertain, especially as the city invests in a gentrification of Mexicali's downtown core that will play up the city's historic connection to China, including the new museum.

Everyone wants to see the historic downtown pretty as well, but inclusive, said Lourdes, as construction roared outside. They have resisted overtures from the city government to move Verter out of the downtown because in this area is where the population injects, it knows the space, and we are in a strategic location.

She saw the attempts to move Verter as an effort to displace the city's vulnerable addicted population away from the downtown core. Throughout the day numerous men stop by to receive needles and naloxone, while two women disappeared into the back booths at Verter under the off-and-on watchful eyes of a staff member. They remained there for hours, allowed to not only consume safely, but also wind down. Anything can happen on the streets of Mexicali.

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Canelo Alvarez: the meaning of the tattoo of the Mexican boxer | What does Canelo’s tattoo say | Mexico | MX nnda-nnlt | Mexico – East Africa News…06.29.21

Canelo AlvarezRegarded as one of the best Mexican boxers today, he has turned his skin into the perfect canvas for saving important dates, reflecting his way of thinking, and taking with him the most special people in his life. Evidence for this is approximately 14 tattoos, all in black ink.

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His left arm, neck, and upper left of his back are the places he set aside to stamp some of his daughters faces and expressions.

1. Crown and date tattoos in Roman numerals 28th. eleventh. MMXIV (November 28, 2014)

After a hard search, Instagram Boxer We can conclude that Canelos first tattoo will be a crown with a date in Roman numerals (XXVIII. XI. MMXIV) Located on the left forearm. Perhaps this was the day he began courting Fernanda Gomez.

2. Date in Roman numerals XII. X. MMVII (October 12, 2007)

The second tattoo of the Mexican boxer is the date of October 12, 2007 in Roman numerals. The design is located on the side of the boxers left wrist and it is not yet known what that date means.

3. The phrase No boxing, no life.

On July 17, 2017, the athlete posted a photo on his Instagram account showing his third tattoo. This time the phrase was tattooed No life for boxing. His fondness for boxing was noticeable on the biceps of his left arm.

4. The date in Roman numerals XXIX. X. MMV (October 29, 2005)

The third date Canelo tattooed his body is October 29, 2005, the day he made his debut at Arena Chololo Larios de Tonal when he was only 15 years old.

5. He tattooed the face of his first daughter, Canelo

One of the most important tattoos that the Mexican boxer has is the one he gifted to his first daughter, Emily Cinnamon, which he had when he was just 17 years old with his first partner, Karen Beltran.

6.Tattoo on the neck of Canelo (December 28, 2017)

7. Canelos back tattoo

The tattoo on the back was one of the most surprising tattoos for boxer lovers. What does Canelos tattoo say? This is the question that many ask. The phrase that can be read is: Destiny is not a matter of luck. It is a matter of choosing a hard life but never give up. Keep shining and always have faith in yourself to achieve your dreams.

The tattoo, translated into Spanish, says: Destiny is not a matter of chance. It is a matter of choice. Life is hard but never give up. Keep fighting and always believe in yourself to achieve your dreams.

8. Another Canelo tattoo on the back of the left arm

9. Lady tattoo with a column

Always proud of his roots, the boxer is proud of one of the symbols of the hierarchy of ancient civilizations in Mexico.

10. Rose tattoo accompanied by a date

The rose is a symbol of new hopes, new beginnings, good changes, promises and true love.

11. Canelos wife Fernanda Gomezs eyes tattooed

Canelo has his wife Fernanda Gomez tattooed on the back of his left forearm. The drawing was done by tattoo artist Dr. Wu in 2019.

12. Canelo has a picture of his daughter, Maria Fernanda

Boxer tattoo the full image of his daughter, Maria Fernanda Alvarez. The cute tattoo is also on the left arm, and it was done by Dr. Wu in the year 2020.

13. Tattoo on the neck of Canelo: the word perseverance

Vertical, Canelo got a tattoo with the word perseverance just below his right ear.

14. Eagle tattoo on the nape of the neck

one of Kanello latest tattoos It is an eagle. This animal is a symbol of majesty, courage and spiritual inspiration. The design is located on his neck, above another tattoo.

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Upfronts week has arrived, the traditional time when broadcast TV networks reveal their 2021-22 slates in presentations to advertisers. With ongoing production issues due to the coronavirus pandemic, broadcasters have been faced with some unprecedented problems this time around while making their decisions about what which shows will be canceled, renewed and ordered. Below is every scripted show that ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox and The CW have renewed or canceled so far for the 2021-22 broadcast TV season, along with those still awaiting their fates. Check back with TheWrap regularly for updates. NBCRenewed Series: The Blacklist, Brooklyn Nine-Nine (eighth and final season), Chicago Fire, Chicago Med, Chicago P.D. (entire Chicago franchise renewed for two more seasons each), Kenan, Law & Order: SVU (renewed through Season 24), Law & Order: Organized Crime, Mr. Mayor, New Amsterdam (renewed through Season 5), This Is Us (sixth and final season),Transplant, Young Rock Canceled/Ending Series: Connecting, Superstore Series Awaiting Decisions: Debris, Good Girls, Manifest, Zoeys Extraordinary Playlist Series That Havent Premiered Yet: N/A Newly Ordered Series: American Auto, Grand Crew, La Brea, Law & Order: For the Defense, Ordinary Joe, The Thing About Pam ABCRenewed Series: A Million Little Things, Big Sky, black-ish (eighth and final season), The Conners, The Goldbergs, The Good Doctor, Greys Anatomy, Home Economics, The Rookie, Station 19 Canceled/Ending Series: American Housewife, Call Your Mother, For Life, mixed-ish, Rebel, Stumptown, United We Fall Series Awaiting Decisions: N/A Series That Havent Premiered Yet: N/A Newly Ordered Series: Abbott Elementary, Maggie, Queens, Women of the Movement, The Wonder Years FoxRenewed Series: 9-1-1, 9-1-1: Lone Star, Bobs Burgers, Call Me Kat, Duncanville, Family Guy, The Great North (for Seasons 2 and 3), The Resident, The Simpsons (for Seasons 33 and 34) Canceled/Ending Series: Bless the Harts, Filthy Rich, Last Man Standing, Next, Prodigal Son Series Awaiting Decisions: The Moodys Series That Havent Premiered Yet: Housebroken Newly Ordered Series: The Big Leap, The Cleaning Lady, Fantasy Island, Monarch, Our Kind of People, Pivoting, This Country, Untitled Dan Harmon Animated Comedy CBSRenewed Series: B Positive, Blood & Treasure (renewed for Season 2 in 2019), Blue Bloods, Bob Hearts Abishola, Bull, The Equalizer, Evil (renewed for Season 2 in 2019, moving to Paramount+),FBI, FBI: Most Wanted, Magnum P.I., NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, The Neighborhood, SEAL Team (moving to Paramount+), S.W.A.T., Young Sheldon (renewed for Seasons 5, 6 and 7), United States of Al Canceled/Ending Series: All Rise, MacGyver, Mom, NCIS: New Orleans, The Unicorn Series Awaiting Decisions: Clarice Series That Havent Premiered Yet: N/A Newly Ordered Series: CSI: Vegas, FBI International, Ghosts, Good Sam, NCIS: Hawaii, Smallwood The CWRenewed Series: All American, Batwoman, Charmed, Coroner, DCs Legends of Tomorrow, DCs Stargirl, Dead Pixels, Dynasty, The Flash, In the Dark, Kung Fu, Legacies, Nancy Drew, Riverdale, Roswell, New Mexico, Superman & Lois, Two Sentence Horror Stories, Walker Canceled/Ending Series: Black Lightning, Burden of Truth, Pandora, Supergirl, Trickster Series Awaiting Decisions: Devils (Italian import), The Outpost (Season 3 extended, not yet renewed for Season 4) Series That Havent Premiered Yet: Republic of Sarah Newly Ordered Series: 4400 Read original story 2021-22 TV Season: Every Broadcast Show Canceled, Renewed and Ordered So Far (Updating) At TheWrap

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GLOUCESTER, MA A North Shore man with apparent Neo-Nazi ties and nearly three dozen criminal convictions is facing charges in connection with the killing of three men in Albuquerque, N.M. after a "Boston" tattoo on his stomach helped FBI officials identify him.

An affidavit filed by Special FBI agent Bryan Acee in federal court said Richard Schuyler Kuykendall, 41, of Gloucester, is facing charges of being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm, and is also suspected of being involved in the killing of three men whose bodies were dumped at a New Mexico hospital last week.

Acee's affidavit, obtained by Universal Hub, said the suspect was involved in a shootout in an Albuquerque alley where three people were killed. Acee said surveillance footage shows Kuykendall then jumped in the blue Chevrolet Malibu with the three bodies and drove to a nearby hospital where surveillance video shows the suspect taking off his shirt and revealing the "Boston" tattoo on his abdomen.


"Several of his tattoos are clearly recognizable," the affidavit said, "to include a large letter 'B' on his left shoulder and an iron cross on his right breast. I am aware Kuykendall has a tattoo with the word Boston across his abdomen and portions of the tattoo can be seen in the video.

"Kuykendall told a security officer there were three dead guys in the Chevy, which he motioned toward. Kuykendall paced around briefly, then fled the scene."


The affidavit said police arrived and found three dead men in the car, which was "riddled with bullet holes."

The affidavit said the FBI was familiar with Kuykendall through his ties with the Aryan Brotherhood and that the three victims also had Aryan ties.

It also said the FBI believes Kuykendall stashed the pistol used in the killings behind a dumpster in the alleyway, where it was later found.

The Washington Post reported Kuykendall is being held without bond.

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