December 17, 2017 – Washington D.C. Three days after the United States Inspector General’s Office announced a probe into the State Department protocol for tracking reports of tainted alcohol incidents in Mexico, the procedures will change. The U.S. state Department will now begin tracking reports of blackouts and injury related to tainted alcohol reports by…

December 15, 2017 – Jersey City, New Jersey The U.S. Office of Inspector General has opened an investigation into the response or lack thereof, by the U.S. State Department into hundreds of complaints by United States Citizens of tainted alcohol in Mexico. Senator Ron Johnson, a Republican Representing Wisconsin received a letter from Inspector General…

December 8, 2017 – New York City, New York In an all-out publicity campaign aimed at the busy holiday resort season, Mexico’s Secretary of Tourism, Enriaue de la Madrid Cordero, made the rounds on American Media. Speaking on Power Lunch, a CNBC financial show, Mr. Cordero reiterated the message, “There is no evidence about tainted…