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Mexico

Introduction

Over the past two decades, Israel has exported hundreds of millions of Dollars worth of military equipment to Mexico, including various types of drones, naval battle ships, missiles and over 23,000 small arms.

Mexico is also a major buyer and user of Israeli spying and surveillance technologies. Mexico was the first country whose misuse of Pegasus was documented, when the phones of journalists, lawyers, politicians, activists and human rights defenders were targeted. Mexico alone spent more than $160 million on Pegasus over a decade and was the first country in the world to buy the Pegasus software, as early as 2011, becoming a “laboratory” for the spy technology.

Israel – Mexico Relations

Politically, Mexico voted in favor of the Palestinians twice in the UN in 1975 and 1980. In 1978, after a media and public storm against secret offices of the Israeli Aerial Industries in Israel, these were forced to close down.[1]Israel and Latin America, the military connection, Bishara Bahbah & linda butler, New York, 1986, p. 86 In 1981, public and political pressure in Mexico led to the cancellation of the sale of 24 Israeli kfir fighter jets to the Mexican military, together with the abortion of a plan to build a joint Mexican-Israeli aircraft industry in the Yucatan.[2]Israel and Latin America, the military connection, Bishara Bahbah & linda butler, New York, 1986, p. 86

During the 1990‘s however, the relationships between the counties warmed up. In 2002, Israeli president Moshe Kazav was the first Israeli head of state to visit Mexico after in 2000 Mexican Prime minister Ernesto Zedillo made an official visit to Israel. In 2000, the countries signed a free trade agreement and by 2018, their two-way trade grew from 350 million USD to almost 1 billion USD.[3]Economica SNCI : Estadisticas The countries also have about 10 more bi-lateral agreements covering cooperation on trade, drugs and narcotics trrafficking, culture, research, water technoladgies and more.

Military Relations

Israel’s reach into the Mexican military market in the 70’s and 80 was extremely limited. Except for a first sale of Arava planes in the early 70‘s, Mexico had a far colder relationship with Israel than other countries in the region. This all changed in 1994. On January 1, 1994, with the North America Free Trade agreement coming into effect, the Zapatista Army of National Liberation declared war on the Mexican government. The Israeli military joined US, Spanish and British forces, as well as others, in training the Mexican military to fight the Zapatistas.[4]the National Security Archive, the George Washington University

Since then, and more in recent years, Israeli arms sales to Mexico have significantly increased. In 2003, Mexico’s military bought Israeli helicopters and Israel Aerospace Industries’ Gabriel missiles. Another Israeli security firm, Magal Security Systems, received one of several contracts for surveillance systems “to protect sensitive installations in Mexico” that same year. In 2004, Israel Shipyards sold missile boats, and later both Aeronautics Defense Systems and Elbit Systems won contracts from the federal police and armed forces for drones for border and domestic surveillance.[5]UAV maker Aeronautics to supply Mexican police, Globes In 2004, Elbit’s Hermes drones were the first unmanned aerial vehicles to take to the skies to patrol the Mexican southern border, followed by another sale of the Hermes 450 in 2011. Today, three of five drone types used by the Mexican military for border control are Israeli drones. The same Israeli drones and border surveillance systems are also used by the US in the intensifying militarization of the US-Mexico border.

Between 2006 and 2018, Israel Weapons Industries (I.W.I.) sold 23,772 small arms, valued at approximately 34 million Euros, to Mexico for use by state and municipal police forces.[6]The Deadly Trade Report

Mexican police forces also acquired 7,398 Jericho pistols, and several semi-automatic Uzi’s, Negev sniper rifles and others. In 2019, the Mexican government also approved the sale of Jericho pistols to civilians.[7]7 weapons that the Mexican Government approved ownership for self-defense

In 2011, the Israeli armor manufacturing company Plasan, sold 250 SandCat armored vehicles to the Mexican Ministry of Defense.[8]Plasan wins Mexican defense bid In 2015, the IBN Industrias Militares and Plasan, an Israeli company, agreed to manufacture the Sand Cat in México.[9]the Israeli Plasan and the Mexican IBN Industries united efforts to establish a production line [10]The Mexican Military Industrial Complex

In 2016, IBN started to organize military training courses in cooperation with the Israeli Military Industries (IMI) with focus on Protection of Strategic Installations.[11]IN 2016 IBN INDUSTRIAS MILITARES WILL CARRY OUT THE FIRST ANTI-KIDNAPPING COURSE IN MEXICO At the end of the course, the participants received a certification from IMI with official validity from the government of Israel.[12]IN 2016 IBN INDUSTRIAS MILITARES WILL CARRY OUT THE FIRST ANTI-KIDNAPPING COURSE IN MEXICO

Between 2006 and 2018, Israel Weapons Industries (I.W.I.) sold 23,772 small arms, valued at approximately 34 million Euros, to Mexico for use by state and municipal police forces.[13]Stop US arms to Mexico : Deadly Trade, Final Report

In 2017, Israel Aerpspace Industries (IAI) established a representative office in Mexico.[14]IAI Establishes Representative Office in Mexico Also the Israeli company Skylock (Owned by Avnon Group) has an office in Mexico. They are represented by GB Solution (see intermediary chapter) and presented a live demonstration of their technologies in 2022 in Mexico.[15]Counterdrone solutions

In 2019, the Mexican Federal Protection Service and representatives of the government of Israel held a working meeting with the aim of sharing experiences between security institutions.[16]El Servicio de Protección Federal y el gobierno de Israel comparten experiencias en materia de seguridad

Cyber Relations

In 2006, an Israeli technology firm, Verint Systems, won a US State Department contract for the wiretapping of Mexican telecommunications in service of the Mexican government.[17]Israel and Mexico swap notes on abusing rights, Jimmy Johnson and Linda Quiquivix, The Electronic Intifada In 2012, this included a Verint system that collects all phone information in the country and gives the Mexican government access to it – all funded by the US.[18]Calcalist : USA will use Verint Systems technology to fight crime in Mexico

In 2016-17 we learned that Verint Systems is not the only Israeli Surveillance technology company active in Mexico. Since 2011, at least three Mexican federal agencies have purchased about $80 million worth of an Israeli manufactured spyware by the name of Pegasus, made by NSO Group. The software infiltrates smartphones to monitor calls, texts, email, contacts and calendars.[19]Globes : Israeli co helps Mexican gov’t spy on opponents

As to a report from the government of Mexico thirty Israeli cybersecurity companies operate in Mexico, including Toka Cyber, InElint and Cygov that are providing their services to the government. Elbit and MER have Mexican subsidiaries, says the announcement.[20]Security and cybersecurity – Embassy of Mexico in Israel

As to the Mexican newspaper “Proceso”, Israeli cyber and arms companies such as Verint Systems, Nice Systems, Hacking Team, Gamma, Ability Inc, Rafael Advanced Defense Systems, Rayzone, Phantom Technologies, and Circles sold spying and surveillance technologies to Mexican state governments.[21]Cyber ​​espionage, the key for Tomás Zerón to flee to Israel

The Israeli facial recognition company Corsight mentioned the Mexico Police as one of its customers.[22]Corsight Presentation IST 2020 In addition to that Corsight has a partnership with the Israeli company Juganu, which has technology installations in Veracruz and Xcaret in Mexico.[23]Smart Cities get real: biometric capable tech helps regulate borders, save first responders

The Israeli cyber company Cellebrite which develops phone hacking devices hold an office in Mexico.[24]Bonincontro assumes command of Cellebrite’s operations in Latin America and the Caribbean

The Israeli company M.T.R.X, which has been controlled (57%) by the Rayzone Group since March 2015, has developed a cell phone tracking system that it sells to police and intelligence agencies, including authorities in Mexico.[25]The wanted Mexican that is hiding out at the luxury home of the Rayzone group entrepreneur

From other documents it was exposed, that in March 2018, Rayzone received from another Israeli company, Senpai, a payment of $50,000 for services the company provided in Mexico.[26]The wanted Mexican that is hiding out at the luxury home of the Rayzone group entrepreneur

Before the sale of Pegasus spyware to Mexico, other hacking teams and spywares were operated by the Mexican government. At least 12 states contracted the services of espionage companies: Edomex, Jalisco, Puebla, Yucatán, Durango, Campeche, Tamaulipas, Querétaro, Sonora, Michoacán and Nayarit, in addition to federal dependencies of the then District Federal. In internal messages of the Italian company  “Hacking Team” different Israel-connected names and companies came up: Kabat Group, Cellebrite, UFED and Niv Yarimi.[27]The government of Peña Nieto also spied on the people of Michoacán, revealed Metapolitica in 2020

Israeli Intermediaries in Mexico

Israeli intermediaries, who are associated with the Israeli embassy in Mexico, have reportedly negotiating with governers and security officials of various states in Mexico. The Indermiediaries are active between Israeli companies that provide spy technologies to Mexican security agencies, including the PGR, the National Defense Secretariat (Sedena) or the National Intelligence and Security Center (Cisen).

Niv Yarimi (Sym Servicios, Kabat Group)

A Mexican company Sym Servicios Integrales, founded by an Israeli businessman, called Niv Moshe Yarimi, provides military and security projects for governments.[28]CEO of SYM Servicios Integrales. Among the partners listed on the company’s website are: Oosto (Anyvision), BriefCam, IAI, Aeronautics, Milestone (who partner with Skylock).[29]Sym Commercial Alliances.

Products that are offered by Sym Servicios Integrales include the Orbiter (by Aeronautics), ASIO (by Bird Aerosystems) and UFED devices (by Cellebrite).[30]Sym Servicios Integrales – Divisions Niv Yarimi is also the CEO of the Israeli company CityShob Software ltd and the Mexican company Kabat Group which provides security services.[31]Kabat group Linkdn [32]Kabat Group

Sym Servicios Integrales invested in 2019 in an aeronautical factury that will provide service to Bell helicopters in Kaua, Mexico. The deal was made with Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) which will give technological support.[33]Governor Mauricio Vila Dosal positions Yucatan before the world aviation industry

Niv Yarimi, CEO of Sym Servicios Integrales, Kabat Group and CityShob, was as to the report one of the “Hacking Team” representatives in Mexico.[34]The government of Peña Nieto also spied on the people of Michoacán, revealed Metapolitica in 2020 Sym Servicios that acted as an intermediary in the times of the “Hacking Team” was still importing technology from Israeli companies in 2019, reported “Forbidden Stories”.[35]SPYING ON MEXICAN JOURNALISTS: INVESTIGATING THE LUCRATIVE MARKET OF CYBER-SURVEILLANCE [36]Sym Servicios Integrales – Import from Israel 2019

According to a C4ADS analysis, Sym Servicios Integrales reported 74 imports since 2015, of which 25 were made since December 2018; the vast majority of the products came from companies in Israel, including Verint and Aeronautics, including drones, cell phones, radar devices and laptops.[37]Cyber ​​espionage, the key for Tomás Zerón to flee to Israel

Uri Emmanuel Ansbacher

Another intermediary for a number of Israeli cyber-surveillance companies is as to Forbidden Stories, Uri Emmanuel Ansbacher, an owner of a galaxy of companies in Mexico and a friend of NSO Group director Shalev Hulio.[38]SPYING ON MEXICAN JOURNALISTS: INVESTIGATING THE LUCRATIVE MARKET OF CYBER-SURVEILLANCE

Ansbacher was the key intermediary between Israeli companies that provide spy technology to Mexican security agencies , including the PGR, the National Defense Secretariat (Sedena) or the National Intelligence and Security Center (Cisen). Ansbacher was on of the main distributors of the NSO company’s products in Mexico, including the famous Pegasus spyware.[39]Cyber ​​espionage, the key for Tomás Zerón to flee to Israel

Ansbacher and Avishay Samuel Neriya, who is close to Tomas Zerón de Lucio, were oartners at the company BSD Security Systems, which sold espionage cyber systems to Mexican security agencies.[40]Cyber ​​espionage, the key for Tomás Zerón to flee to Israel

Balam Security

Another such an intermediary is the company Balam Security and its CEO Asaf Zanzuri, who also provided Aeronautic’s Aerostar UAV to Mexico in 2017.[41]Mexico buys advanced Israeli unmanned aerial system Balam Security was described by its officials as “one of the most important intelligence companies in the country (Mexico) and number one in the PGR and the Navy. Our best clients are the Mexican Marines, the PGR, the Cisen, the Federal Police and many prosecutors”.[42]The Spectator | Those from Israel continue to sell technologies to spy on Mexico Balam and especially Asaf Zanzuri and his partner Rodrigo Ruiz de Teresa Treviño, became the main providers of intelligence and security systems to the federal government since 2014. are also related to the sale of the Pegasus spyware to the  PGR.[43]Pegasus seller pardoned for tax evasion

In fact, Balam Seguridad Privada became one of the intermediary companies that sold the controversial Pegasus software to the Peña government, developed by the Israeli company NSO , whose purpose is to infect cell phones through text messages to take control of the device, including its microphone and camera, and through which activists and journalists uncomfortable with power have been spied on. Asaf Zanzuri was in charge of obtaining the technologies with companies from his native country, while his Mexican partner Rodrigo Ruiz Treviño began his relations with the political elite.[44]Balam and NSO

GB Solutions

The Mexican company GB Solutions that provides technological security solutions to authorities and companies works together with different Israeli cyber companies: Verint, BriefCam, Cellebrite and Skylock (by Avnon Group).[45]GB Solutions Partners [46]Skylock Partners

One of GB Solutions’ projects is the C5 CDMX – the Center for command, control, computing, communications and citizen contact of Mexico City.[47]Global Business Solution GB Solutions Presentation Another projects is the C4 surveillance center in Tlajomulco, Mexico.[48]Global Business Solution GB Solutions Presentation

Yaniv David Zangilevitch (EyeTech Solutions)

Zangilevitch is an Israeli former military officer, who did business in several Latin American countries, including Mexico, Argentina and El Salvador. He owns the companies Eyetech Solutions and Netblock Systems, which have sold hundreds of millions of pesos worth of surveillance technologies to the federal government and various local governments.[49]Cyber ​​espionage, the key for Tomás Zerón to flee to Israel

Eyetech Solutions distributes in Mexico material from various Israeli companies or companies connected to Israel, such as Circles (which was founded by Eric Banoun among others).[50]Cyber ​​espionage, the key for Tomás Zerón to flee to Israel

Eric Banoun (Cirlces, Carbyne)

Banoun was a sales manager at the Israeli company Nice Systems in 2008 and sold its systems to Mexico. After that, in 2010, he founded Circles (which later merged with NSO). Later he led the sales team at the Israeli company Carbyne, which installed in Mexico C5 centers in several states, such as Mexico City and Hidalgo. Banoun was also involved in other Israeli cyber-espionage companies, including Rayzone Group, Oxillon and Senpai.[51]Cyber ​​espionage, the key for Tomás Zerón to flee to Israel

Samuel Weinberg 

As to reports, Samuel Weinberg was the partner of Felipe Calderón’s most trusted man, Genaro Garcia Luna. Weinberg was one of the main links in Mexico for Israel’s surveillance technologies – a position that Ansbacher held during Peña Nieto’s six-year term.[52]Cyber ​​espionage, the key for Tomás Zerón to flee to Israel Together they operated different companies. One of them was Nunvav Inc, which between 2015-2018 reported 127 imports of intelligence and cyber technologies, mainly manufactured by Elbit Systems.[53]Cyber ​​espionage, the key for Tomás Zerón to flee to Israel

Pegasus (by NSO Group)

As to many reports, Mexico was the first country to purchase the Pegasus spyware from the NSO Group, as early as 2011.[54]Pegasus spyware: Mexico one of the biggest targets The Defense Ministry, the Attorney General’s office, and the national security intelligence service are all thought to have bought the software, which was then used by a Mexican company called KBH Track to turn the country into a spyware laboratory.[55]Pegasus spyware, Israel and a massacre of Mexican students

NSO’s first two official clients in Mexico were two intelligence agencies, operating outside of judicial oversight. But the acquisition of Pegasus by the office of the Mexican Attorney General of the Republic, normalized the use of the software, targeting 15,000 people between 2014-2017 for potential spying. The key man in the judicialization of Pegasus is Tomas Zeron, appointed by Karam in 2013 to head the newly created Criminal Investigation Agency (AIC).

Politicians from every party, as well as journalists, lawyers, activists, prosecutors, diplomats, teachers, judges, doctors and academics, were also among the 15,000 individuals selected as possible targets for surveillance between 2016 and 2017, according to an investigation by a collaboration of international media outlets.[56]Numbers of 15,000 Mexicans including politicians, journalists, judges, activists and teachers appear in leak

In 2017, several Mexican and international organizations collaborated to publish a report called “Gobierno Espía.” Over a year, researchers and activists worked to identify abusive infection attempts against journalists, lawyers, and anticorruption militants. They found more than 80 infection attempts by NSO spyware in Mexico between 2015 and 2016. The country has the highest number of documented software abuses.[57]SPYING ON MEXICAN JOURNALISTS: INVESTIGATING THE LUCRATIVE MARKET OF CYBER-SURVEILLANCE

In 2016 and 2017 in was reported that Israeli spyware “Pegasus” was used by the Mexican government against healthcare activists, journalists, including threats made against them and their families based on the use of this technology, and the international expert commission investigating the disappearance of the 43 students from Ayozinapa.[58]New York Times : Government Spyware Targets Mexican Journalists and Their Familie According to Forbidden Stories the phone of Mexican journalist’ Cecilio Pineda, who was assassinated in 2017 after revealing an alleged collusion between state and local police and the leader of a drug cartel, was selected as a target of an NSO client in Mexico a few weeks before he was killed. Forbidden Stories has been able to confirm that not just Pineda, but also the state prosecutor who investigated the case, Xavier Olea Pelaez, were selected as targets of Pegasus in the weeks and months before his murder.[59]Forbidden Stories : Pegasus the new global weapon for silencing journalists

Mexico’s top security official said in 2021 that two previous administrations spent $61 million to buy Pegasus spyware.[60]Mexico arrests businessman over alleged use of Israeli Pegasus spyware

In 2019, due to campaigning from Mexican civil society, president Obrador announced that his government will not contract with NSO Group.[61]Mexican president says his government does not use Pegasus spyware, Reuters

According to reports from 2022, Mexico used the Pegasus spyware on journalists and human rights defenders as recently as 2021, after the country’s government swore it was no longer going to use the spyware.[62]Mexico: reporters and activists hacked with NSO spyware despite assurances The report reveals that Raymundo Ramos, President of the Nuevo Laredo Human Rights Committee, Ricardo Raphael, journalist and writer, and a journalist from Animal Político were all targeted.[63]Mexico: Army used Pegasus spyware against journalists and activists The journalists and a human rights defender were conducting investigations into serious human rights violations committed by the armed forces at the time they were targeted.[64]Mexico: Army used Pegasus spyware against journalists and activists

The Hiding of Tomas Zeron de Lucio

Mexico’s former criminal agency chief Tomas Zeron de Lucio, allegedly involved in the deaths of 43 Mexican students in 2014, has been hiding out in Israel since September 2019 , according to reports by Calcalist, The New York Times and various Latin American media outlets.[65]Why is Israel letting Mexico’s ex-crime chief hide here? – analysis

Zerón, was described in 2014 as “the final buyer” of cyber-surveillance systems, notably Pegasus. He’s currently wanted by Mexican authorities on embezzlement charges related to three contracts to acquire espionage equipment between 2013 and 2014, among other crimes.[66]SPYING ON MEXICAN JOURNALISTS: INVESTIGATING THE LUCRATIVE MARKET OF CYBER-SURVEILLANCE

The reports imply that Israel is dragging its feet either because of negative diplomatic relations, the lack of extradition treaties between the countries, or a special arrangement that de Lucio has with the Israeli cyberdefense establishment. He is also wanted for questioning for his role in negotiating a deal for the purchase by Mexico of the Pegasus spyware from the Israeli company NSO Group. Mexico’s current president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, says Zerón promoted the purchase and signed the relevant contracts to buy the spyware, though legal charges were not yet made and he is only wanted for questioning.[67]‘Easier Than Convincing Israel to Extradite’: Mexico Negotiating With Fugitive Ex-official

According to a report by the Israeli newspaper “Calcalist” in July 2022 Zerón lived in Tel Aviv together with David Avital, a shareholder in (31%) in M.T.R.X Technologies from the Israeli intelligence and cyber group Rayzone. Rayzone, as previously revealed in a Calcalist investigation, is active in Mexico.[68]The wanted Mexican that is hiding out at the luxury home of the Rayzone group entrepreneur

Usage of Israeli Arms

Aircraft – Historically, during the Mexican ‚Dirty War‘ Israeli Arava planes were reportadly used to disappear prisoners by the Mexican military dropping them into the sea.[69]The Song of the Guerrilla, John Ross, July 2009, CounterPunch

Small Arms – More recently, of the 23,000 small arms sold to Mexico by Israel, 16,442 were Galil or Tavor assault rifles – fully and semi-automatic military grade assault rifles used by Mexican police everywhere from Mexico City, to Guanajuato (2,766 arms) and Guerrero (2,039 firearms). In Veracruz, state police allegedly carried out death squad operations in 2013 and 2014 that killed at least 15 people, mostly youths. I.W.I. sold 1,199 rifles to state police in Veracruz during 2011-2014. Beyond the use of these arms by police, many of them have ended up in the hands of cartels. Over 2,600 of these assault rifles were delivered to Tamaulipas, Guerrero, and Jalisco, states that account for 60% of illegal weapons confiscations in Mexico. Of the approximately 61,000 illegal firearms recovered by the Mexican army from 2010 to May 2020 for which the manufacturer was identified, 41 were I.W.I. weapons (including 12 in Michoacan, 3 each in Veracruz and Guerrero, and 6 in Tamaulipas).[70]Stop US arms to Mexico : Deadly Trade, Final Report

Cornershot – In use by Mexican Special Forces of the Army.[71]Weapon of the future – Mexico denies information

Pegasus – see Pegasus Chapter.

SandCat – in use by Mexican army.[72]New vehicles for Mexico

Human Rights Violations

It is estimated that 98% of the crimes committed in Mexico remain unsolved. This impunity translates into groos human rights violations committed by both state and non-state actors.[73]HRW world report 2020 Mexico Mexico experienced more than 276,000 murders from 2006 through 2019. The discovery of mass graves in Mexico has become common: authorities have reported 3,631 since 2006. Some 73 thousand people are registered as missing in Mexico, more than 56,000 disappeared in the last decade. As of November 2020, more than 37,000 bodies remain unidentified.  70% of these murders were done with small arms, and the violence has forcibly displaced more than 346,945 people since 2006.[74]Stop US Arms to Mexico : Deadly Trade Final

Torture of detanees by police and military is widespread in Mexico, with 64% of prisoners saying they have experienced some kind of physical violence while detained. Journalists critical of the government are particulerly at risk: between 2000-2018, 148 journalists  were killed, and 21 more disappeared (2005-2018).[75]HRW world report 2020 Mexico

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1 Israel and Latin America, the military connection, Bishara Bahbah & linda butler, New York, 1986, p. 86
2 Israel and Latin America, the military connection, Bishara Bahbah & linda butler, New York, 1986, p. 86
3 Economica SNCI : Estadisticas
4 the National Security Archive, the George Washington University
5 UAV maker Aeronautics to supply Mexican police, Globes
6 The Deadly Trade Report
7 7 weapons that the Mexican Government approved ownership for self-defense
8 Plasan wins Mexican defense bid
9 the Israeli Plasan and the Mexican IBN Industries united efforts to establish a production line
10 The Mexican Military Industrial Complex
11 IN 2016 IBN INDUSTRIAS MILITARES WILL CARRY OUT THE FIRST ANTI-KIDNAPPING COURSE IN MEXICO
12 IN 2016 IBN INDUSTRIAS MILITARES WILL CARRY OUT THE FIRST ANTI-KIDNAPPING COURSE IN MEXICO
13 Stop US arms to Mexico : Deadly Trade, Final Report
14 IAI Establishes Representative Office in Mexico
15 Counterdrone solutions
16 El Servicio de Protección Federal y el gobierno de Israel comparten experiencias en materia de seguridad
17 Israel and Mexico swap notes on abusing rights, Jimmy Johnson and Linda Quiquivix, The Electronic Intifada
18 Calcalist : USA will use Verint Systems technology to fight crime in Mexico
19 Globes : Israeli co helps Mexican gov’t spy on opponents
20 Security and cybersecurity – Embassy of Mexico in Israel
21 Cyber ​​espionage, the key for Tomás Zerón to flee to Israel
22 Corsight Presentation IST 2020
23 Smart Cities get real: biometric capable tech helps regulate borders, save first responders
24 Bonincontro assumes command of Cellebrite’s operations in Latin America and the Caribbean
25 The wanted Mexican that is hiding out at the luxury home of the Rayzone group entrepreneur
26 The wanted Mexican that is hiding out at the luxury home of the Rayzone group entrepreneur
27 The government of Peña Nieto also spied on the people of Michoacán, revealed Metapolitica in 2020
28 CEO of SYM Servicios Integrales
29 Sym Commercial Alliances
30 Sym Servicios Integrales – Divisions
31 Kabat group Linkdn
32 Kabat Group
33 Governor Mauricio Vila Dosal positions Yucatan before the world aviation industry
34 The government of Peña Nieto also spied on the people of Michoacán, revealed Metapolitica in 2020
35 SPYING ON MEXICAN JOURNALISTS: INVESTIGATING THE LUCRATIVE MARKET OF CYBER-SURVEILLANCE
36 Sym Servicios Integrales – Import from Israel 2019
37 Cyber ​​espionage, the key for Tomás Zerón to flee to Israel
38 SPYING ON MEXICAN JOURNALISTS: INVESTIGATING THE LUCRATIVE MARKET OF CYBER-SURVEILLANCE
39 Cyber ​​espionage, the key for Tomás Zerón to flee to Israel
40 Cyber ​​espionage, the key for Tomás Zerón to flee to Israel
41 Mexico buys advanced Israeli unmanned aerial system
42 The Spectator | Those from Israel continue to sell technologies to spy on Mexico
43 Pegasus seller pardoned for tax evasion
44 Balam and NSO
45 GB Solutions Partners
46 Skylock Partners
47 Global Business Solution GB Solutions Presentation
48 Global Business Solution GB Solutions Presentation
49 Cyber ​​espionage, the key for Tomás Zerón to flee to Israel
50 Cyber ​​espionage, the key for Tomás Zerón to flee to Israel
51 Cyber ​​espionage, the key for Tomás Zerón to flee to Israel
52 Cyber ​​espionage, the key for Tomás Zerón to flee to Israel
53 Cyber ​​espionage, the key for Tomás Zerón to flee to Israel
54 Pegasus spyware: Mexico one of the biggest targets
55 Pegasus spyware, Israel and a massacre of Mexican students
56 Numbers of 15,000 Mexicans including politicians, journalists, judges, activists and teachers appear in leak
57 SPYING ON MEXICAN JOURNALISTS: INVESTIGATING THE LUCRATIVE MARKET OF CYBER-SURVEILLANCE
58 New York Times : Government Spyware Targets Mexican Journalists and Their Familie
59 Forbidden Stories : Pegasus the new global weapon for silencing journalists
60 Mexico arrests businessman over alleged use of Israeli Pegasus spyware
61 Mexican president says his government does not use Pegasus spyware, Reuters
62 Mexico: reporters and activists hacked with NSO spyware despite assurances
63 Mexico: Army used Pegasus spyware against journalists and activists
64 Mexico: Army used Pegasus spyware against journalists and activists
65 Why is Israel letting Mexico’s ex-crime chief hide here? – analysis
66 SPYING ON MEXICAN JOURNALISTS: INVESTIGATING THE LUCRATIVE MARKET OF CYBER-SURVEILLANCE
67 ‘Easier Than Convincing Israel to Extradite’: Mexico Negotiating With Fugitive Ex-official
68 The wanted Mexican that is hiding out at the luxury home of the Rayzone group entrepreneur
69 The Song of the Guerrilla, John Ross, July 2009, CounterPunch
70 Stop US arms to Mexico : Deadly Trade, Final Report
71 Weapon of the future – Mexico denies information
72 New vehicles for Mexico
73 HRW world report 2020 Mexico
74 Stop US Arms to Mexico : Deadly Trade Final
75 HRW world report 2020 Mexico