It is the second message left after the death of "El Jefe de Jefes" in what could be a war between organized crime. Yesterday morning a message card was found in which it warned about the onset of action between the group that commands Edgar Valdez Villarreal, known as "La Barbie", and relatives of the late Arturo Beltran Leyva, (a) "El Jefe de Jefes".
Despite the sense of secrecy of the federal, city and state police agencies, It was learned that around 10:00 hours on Tuesday, the message was placed inside the corral known as Base Begonia (located on the street 10 de Diciembre, in the community 10 de Abril in Cuernavaca), a "narcomensaje" that said the following:
"You impress yourself Barbie, stop screwing around with your messages, son of bitches (hijos de puta) my people and I are prepared, Your bastard organization aint worth a fuck (hijos de puta su empresa vale madres) (Jefe de Jefes), we know where you are, Because you don't pay worth a shit your people are with us, we are ready to wage war mother fuckers (chingen a su madre putos) (Arriba Morelos), Don't think the same any longer."
With the nervousness and fear of various police forces working after the unforgettable Wednesday December 16 of this year, this message was taken down at around 10:45 am by members of the Municipal Preventive Police.
Authorities have also received several anonymous phone calls on both the Public Safety as in the attorney general office, which has caused fear among their employees because they warn them to watch out for themselves and that war is just beginning.
In addition, some local, state and ministry police have said that ever since that date there have been several suspicious vans commonly used by the sicarios that travel and parked very close to the security units.
It was also noted that the first "narcomensaje" was left on December 22 outside a nursery school in the community of Lagunilla, Cuernavaca. It warned it was a mistake killing "El Jefe de Jefes" because he "cleaned" the state of criminals and the killing would start a war.