Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Avengers in action in Parral, Chihuahua


Parral, Chihuahua - A young thief received the warning of his life.

Delinquents picked him up near his house and gave him a brutal beating on the outskirts of the city.

Yet not satisfied with that, they tied him to a tree, blindfolded him with gray tape and they placed a big sign made of cardboard that explains what happened.

"This happened to me for being a rat and meth user" read the message placed on his body.

The subject was found tied up close to midnight on the Chihuahua highway north of the city of Parral.

CDG executes a member from Cartel de Los Talibanes

Note:  Video ends with single gunshot to policeman’s head. No torture.
Video translation is as follows:
Sicario #1: Tell me now fucker, who are the ones who go up there with them?
Captive : Hmmm?
Sicario #1: Who all is there with them?
Captive: Who’s there?
Sicario #1: Yes. Who’s name is being heard fucker?
Captive: La Juana. 

El Muñeco, Sicario Lieutenant of El Chapo, will be extradited to Texas

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat

Mexico has given the green light for the extradition of Jesús Alfredo Salazar, known as El Muñeco, to the United States after a federal court gave the approval.

According to the newspaper Milenio, El Muñeco was one of the most dangerous sicarios of the Sinaloa Cartel and, during the leadership of Joaquín Guzmán Loera, El Chapo , and Ismael Zambada served as lieutenant.

The Fourth Collegiate Court in Criminal Matters, based in Mexico City, unanimously confirmed the decision of the second district judge of Amparo in Criminal Matters that on June 30, 2015 denied protecting Jesús Alfredo from possible extradition.

For its part, the defendant's defense argued that Mexican authorities improperly granted probative value to actions that they considered illegal and that there was a "filtering of agents" of the United States Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) and cooperating witnesses that led to his capture.

Couple executed on R92 Cancun--Video

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from VXT


Cancun, QROO.- A double execution was recorded on Sunday night in Region 92, on Miguel Hidalgo Avenue, known as Route 5, a man and a woman,  received multiple shots and died.

After a Sunday of apparent tranquility, during the visit to Quintana Roo by the President of the Republic, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the bullet attack alerted the police corporations around 8:15 pm, when two persons with gunshot injuries were reported. But later Red Cross paramedics confirmed that the victims did not have vital signs.

Caught on Video: The abduction of a a Mennonite entrepreneur in a restaurant

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat El Diario Chihuahua 

The pick up of the victim was located minutes later with traces of blood


Cuauhtémoc .- A Mennonite businessman was abducted while he was in a well-known restaurant in the commercial corridor of Cuauhtémoc, this morning.

Within minutes of the event, a van was found, which apparently belongs to the victim, which has traces of blood, so it is presumed that the person was wounded.


According to reports, the vehicle was found in Calles 86 and Venezuela.

$1 million snatched from CDN, just like that!

Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas - Staff from the Customs Office of Nuevo Laredo and the Tax Administration Service, with the support of the Mexican Army, seized more than one million dollars in cash.

The cash was transported in two boxes that simulated having office furniture in a mini van that was traveling along the Nuevo Laredo border.

Yesterday morning by bridge number 2, elements of the Sedena were performing a routine inspection when they detected the vehicle with the money.

Monday, June 24, 2019

'Ndrangheta: King of Cocaine escapes from prison

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat El Pais


The capo of the Italian mafia Rocco Morabito carried out this midnight a prison flight. He escaped
through the roof of the prison in Montevideo, Uruguay, where he was held since 2017, awaiting his extradition to Italy.

Morabito, who was number one in the 'Ndrangheta - the Calabrian mafia, escaped with three other international criminals from the Uruguayan prison.

"About midnight four people with administrative arrest who were housed in the Center of Income, Diagnosis and Derivation of the INR, escaped through the roof of the building through a gap", details a letter from the Communication Unit of the Ministry of the Interior (Unicom) of Uruguay. In their escape, they went through an adjoining house and stole money from their owner, the statement added.

Mexico auctions drug lords' properties, only raises $2.9 million

Chivis Martinez for Borderland Beat from DW



Sprawling ranches and houses with escape tunnels seized from drug lords have gone under the hammer in Mexico's capital. Some of the properties, including one where a cartel chief was killed by his brothers, got no bids.
Mexico's government has raised just under $3 million (€2.64 million) at an auction of luxury properties that once belonged to drug cartel leaders.

The 27 sites on offer included gang safe houses, vast estates, and mansions with swimming pools and escape tunnels. But in the end only nine of them were sold.

The earnings amounted to just a third of the $8.8 million the government had been hoping to raise for poor communities in the country's south.

Grisly murder scene

La Perra CDG priority objective arrested

LeChef for Borderland Beat from El Nuevo Herald and Info7



The Attorney General of Tamaulipas ( PGJT ) reported the arrest of Gerardo Meade Benavides, alias " La Perra ", one of his priority objectives for his responsibility in crimes of homicide, kidnapping and extortion.

The assurance occurred in the town of Chiconcuac , Morelos; where the subject was detected with intelligence tasks carried out in coordination with the Office of the Attorney General of the Republic .

Elements of the Attorney General of the Republic ( FGR ) arrested Gerardo Meade Benavides, alias "La Perra". at dawn on Friday in in the town of Chiconcuac , Morelos.  He is a priority objective  for his responsibility in crimes of homicide, kidnapping and extortion, and one of the leaders of the Gulf Cartel. ".

Sonora: Shootings in Guaymas

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat


GUAYMAS, Sonora.- Between the night of Sunday and the first hours of Monday, there were three armed attacks with a balance of two dead men and one injured, in the Guaymas-Empalme region.

The first attack was perpetrated at 22:50 hours, on Óscar Ruiz Almeida street, in the colonia Petrolera,  against Gabriel "N", 24 years old, who was wounded with six bullet wounds to his body by an armed commando, the two women he was with were unharmed.

HSI Authorities advise MX Federal Police to the presence of Islamic terrorists in Mexico

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from Publimetro
Three alleged terrorists of the Islamic State (ISIS) could be found in
Mexican territory and are heading towards the United States.

Three alleged members of the terrorist group Islamic State (ISIS) could be in Mexican territory  with intention of going into  the  United States , so the Federal Police  (PF) was Alerted to locate and stop them.


In the letter, dated June 21st  sent to the Federal Police,  it is instructed to widely disseminate the photograph of the alleged members of the terrorist group.

Amahed Ghanim Mohamed Al Jabari, an Iraqi national; Ibrahim Mohamed and Mohamed Eissa, from Egypt, who are confirmed in Panama on May 12, and in Costa Rica on June 9.

AMLO favorable rating quickly sliding downward

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from Forbes

Growing number of Mexicans call for the resignation of the new Mexican president



Those who would vote in favor of Lopez Obrador remaining in the presidential chair amount to 52% of the population, this is 18.7 percentage points less than last February.

In four months, the popular perception regarding the performance of Andrés Manuel López Obrador has turned negative and the number of people who believe that the president should resign has even increased.

A national survey prepared by Mexico Elige , a Digital Investigations agency, details that, if a process of revocation of the mandate of the presidency will be carried out, 42.5% of Mexicans would vote for the resignation of AMLO.

Sunday, June 23, 2019

Mexico nine journalists killed so far in 2019

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from El Universal


From January of this year nine journalists have been murdered in Mexico.

The most recent killed was that of Norma Sarabia, correspondent for the newspaper Tabasco TODAY.  Sarabia was entering her home when two hitmen on a motorcycle drove by and open fire, hitting her multiple times.  She was a reporter of general news and special reports.

Sonora: The torturous grisly fate of those abducted in Rosario Tesopaca

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat

Below is the video I was sent  by “Sergio R”.  Sergio came back with information that is was from the Tesopaca attack.  I called out for additional info and a BB follower sent me what amounted to confirmation it is of people taken from their homes in the Tesopaca attack of June 21st at dawn.  . The execution supposedly  took place near Hermosillo.

I asked Sol to watch the video and decribe what is occurring.  The brutal, torturous fate of these men is described by Sol as follows:
“Guys being murdered on the ground. They castrated and then beheaded their captives. The aggressors are armed. Lots of cursing and kicking. Very grotesque video. .”
Video below is obviously extremely graphic-

Jalisco: 15 bags with remains of 12 women and men

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat
The complete bodies of at least 12 now confirmed and body parts of others were found that do not form complete bodies.

Tlaquepaque, Jal. - Around fifteen blackplastic bags containing human remains was located five bundles in the colony El tajo in Tlaquepaque, Jalisco. 

The bags contained the remains of 8 women, 2 men and 2 undetermined because of decomposition.

This finding occurs just a few hours after the confrontation occurred in the Jardin de Eden colony, after the murder of a police investigator from the to the State Attorney office, as well as the murder of another officer, murdered in the Colonia Villas de San Martín, both sites located in Tlajomulco.

New confrontation recorded in Guadalajara, Jalisco

Sol Prendido Borderland Beat


Friday there was a clash between police and armed individuals in Guadalajara, Jalisco, which left a balance of two detainees, according to local media.

The events took place on the corner of Periférico and Betania, in  El Bethel neighborhood of the Tapatía capital

So far, Jalisco authorities have not issued information about this new fact that is given hours after the shootings occurred in the municipalities of Tlajomulco de Zúñiga and Zapopan

In another part of the city, an assault was reported on the driver of a black luxury car that was driving along Adolfo López Mateos Avenue.

CJNG kidnaps and dismembers rivals in Silao, Guanajuato


Silao, Gto.- This morning the dismembered bodies of at least two men were abandoned in the Via 1 colony in Silao.

Municipal and military police guarded the pathway area in Calle Rio Lerma, a few steps from the preschool.

The bodies were taken by the Forensic Medical Service to the city of Irapuato, where the autopsy will be performed.

Warning!  Images on next page are graphic of dismemberment

Saturday, June 22, 2019

Security Company is recruiter for CJNG as more calls go out for recruitment

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat Material from MVS Noticias/Radio Formula

Segmex, a company detected by the government of Jalisco, in 2016, as a facade of the CJNG, launched another call in which it requests personnel for the position of custodian (escort) with or without experience.

As a requirement, they ask for weapons management, knowledge of personal defense, have initiative and desire to excel and have personal documents.

And they offer an initial salary of 30 thousand pesos, benefits superior to those of the law, bonuses, short-term growth and salary higher than that offered by the Government to the police and military.

Woman's leg discovered on busy Mexico City street

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat

While finding a body part is not unheard of in Mexico, it would be shocking none the less.

Such was the case in Mexico City, just outside the Parque Delta Shopping Center yesterday morning, causing a scare among motorists and pedestrians.

The police were called, and it was at that time it was made known that the realistic female leg was a prop made of foam.

Sonora: Two are abducted, dismembered dumped in Ciudad Obregón

Chivis MartinezSol of Hermosillo and UniObregon


Two quartered bodies were found on Sunday night in the streets of Ciudad Obregón, bringing to 34 the number of violent deaths related to organized crime during the month of June in that municipality.

The facts known is about 23:00 on Sunday, the emergency number was reported the presence of two corpses mutilated in the east side of Otancahui Street almost corner with Guerrero, in the municipal seat of Cajeme.

The remains were located next to a cartulina  with a narcomensaje.

One male was severally mutilated, including the removal of the heart, which was attached to the man's skin with a piece of wire.

Video of detainee being tortured, in the case of Iguala massacre of students

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat video form Reforma Portada




A man, arrested  suspected of participating in the  disappearance of the 43 Ayotzinapa students, in the Iguala, Guerrero massacre, was tortured during interrogation.

Since the investigations began, accusations against agents of different police corporations for torturing detainees have been constant.

Explosion of violence from the Mexicles VS Gente Nueva war, in the Valley of Juárez

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat republished from El Paso News

Last weekMexicles, issued a news release to Juárez news outlets,  warning the leaders of the rival Gente Nueva to leave the valley.

A war among drug-trafficking groups has intensified in the Valley of Juárez, with dismembered bodies left in ice coolers, shootings and schools temporarily closed.

The fighting in the valley is for control of border drug-smuggling routes in the Mexican farming communities along the Rio Grande east of Juárez.

The violence comes as homicides have topped 700 in Juárez this year, including the death of a 6-year-old girl hit by a stray bullet at a kindergarten this week.