Saturday, May 8, 2010

Ciudad Acuña Under Seige
















Image of Coahuila state police comandante Froylan Collazo Badillo assasinated by Zeta gunmen in Ciudad Acuña. The narcomessage reads "esto va para todos los que siguen hablando o andan con el "10" traidor y esto va para las 3 autoridades."
This goes to all those who continue to cooperate with the traitor "10" (codename for a cartel member). This also goes out to all law enforcement.

The cartel war between the Nueva Federacion (CDG, la Familia, Sinaloa) and the Zetas over the border crossing of Ciudad Acuña in the state of Coahuila is now holding the population of this city hostage.

Ciudad Acuña, commonly referred to as simply “Acuña” was together with Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, the last Zeta stronghold on the Texas-Mexico border.

Borderland Beat reported earlier this week on the crisis in Acuña, “Storm over Coahuila”.

Although the print and radio media in Acuña refuse to report on the current situation, an increasingly clear picture is emerging from Spanish language blogs, Saltillo, Coahuila newspapers and the Del Rio News Herald.

The latest upsurge in violence began early Friday morning with the assassination in Acuña of a state police comandante for the northern sector of Coahuila, Froylan Collazo Badillo. The Comandante’s body, which had 18 gunshot wounds, was found outside of one of the Dulceria Begu warehouses burned out as a result of arson earlier in the week.

According to Mexican press reports comandante Collazo was killed by members of the Zeta cartel for refusing to cooperate with them. Sources in Coahuila, however, state that the comandante was protecting el”10”, a drug trafficker who was previously known as “Zeta 10” and had changed over to the Nueva Federacion.

Unconfirmed reports state that up to 100 gunmen belonging to the Nueva Federacion have arrived in Acuña and are in the process of eliminating the Zetas from the city. Banners proclaiming “bienvenido Chapo” are said to have been hung Friday on the outskirts of town.

There have been tense standoffs between the army and state police forces reinforcing their headquarters on the one hand and large convoys of unidentified gunmen.

There are again unconfirmed reports of a shootout outside of the military base in Acuña with 3 fatalities.

Within this lethal reality lives the population of Acuña . Sources state that the people are virtual prisoners in their homes. Most business are closed and that most telling of all, the schools were closed yesterday, Friday.

There was news coming out of the U.S. side of the border from Del Rio, Texas.

Del Rio Police Chief Arnaldo Ramos was interviewed in today’s edition of the Del Rio News Herald.

“What we know – and, again, it hasn’t been confirmed - is that the drug wars between the cartels and the military and the group called the Los Zetas in Mexico have been (going on) all along the border, and now, from what I understand, it’s hitting in Acuña. It’s here,” Ramos said.

“As of right now, the violence is not ‘spilling over.’ Most of everything that’s taking place is taking place in Mexico.”

“I would not recommend citizens to go to Mexico at this time. Like I said, there’s a lot of rumors that haven’t been confirmed, but we do know . . . that there’s a lot of problems between the military and the drug cartels. They’re fighting for the turf, the land. There’s been a lot of murders, abductions, so I wouldn’t recommend anybody from Del Rio or Texas to travel to Mexico unless it’s necessary, and if they do go, to use precaution,” Ramos said.

“We are all aware of the situation. The federal government has enhanced its efforts, as far as patrol. Officer safety-wise, they have advised all the agents and officers to wear their (bulletproof) vests, of course, and to be cautious of any activity along the border,” Ramos added.

Other law enforcement spokesmen in the Del Rio/Val Verde County area were also interviewed by the Del Rio News Herald.

I understand that they’re having problems in Ciudad Acuña, and although none of those have been confirmed, there is apparently some turmoil,” Val Verde County Sheriff Joe Frank Martinez said.

Martinez added, “All local law enforcement agencies have a contingency plan in place to deal with any spillover violence.”

“Our department is trying to be more vigilant,” said Texas Department of Public Safety Trooper Jose Chavarria, noting that troopers are also ready to step in and help local law enforcement when called upon. “We are assisting local agencies with any resources we have, such as air support and additional manpower.”

The DPS has a helicopter stationed in Del Rio to provide air support, said Chavarria, adding that to date, he has heard of no requests for additional troopers in the Del Rio area.

“If you look at the interagency cooperation that’s been going on…we’re already out there backing up local officers,” said Mark Qualia, a spokesman with the United States Border Patrol in Washington D.C., “We are very much in tune with what’s going on and we are using every asset available to make our communities safer.”

“When looking at the border as a whole, there really hasn’t been any spillover violence with regards to what the cartels are doing,” said Qualia. “What’s going on in Mexico is nothing new.”

63 comments:

  1. I think it is time for Mexico to bring in the US intelligence community to wipe out the Zetas and Gulf Cartel. Piece of cake.

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  2. Intelligence community? Piece of cake? You mean the guys that "piece of caked" the Taliban and Al Queda? You don't mean the "pilots" who warm up playing "Grand Theft Auto" before we give them a drone to play around with? How many times have we killed Osama Bin laden? Who do you think trained the Zetas at Fort Benning? Good Job!

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  3. This article makes it look like the Z's are the "good" or "less bad" guys....can that be true?

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  4. yo pienso que estos pendejos (los zetas), no son machos pero son muchos. Creo que se les dio mucho poder y que ahora el pueblo Mexicano no puede ni siquiera salir a la calle. Me gustaria que elmgobierno americano aniquilara a esos pendejos.

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  5. alos k le quieran pegar fuerte a los zetas en piedritas y acuna, ahora es el mejor momento ya ke se tienen mucha desconfiansa entre ellos despues de ke el 10 se voltio y se fue con el cdg,asi que ahorita se andan secuestrando entre ellos por la desconfiansa y por eso andan corto de gente, ya que muchos le sacan jalarle encontra del chapito y el cdg, ojala y los eliminen y no dejen a niuno vivo pa ke no c vuelvan a reagupar

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  6. how can you say piece of cake?? you say it´s time to bring the U.S. intelligence... maybe you think it´s pretty easy to do this job, i think you see too much TV, it´s very hard to do a "wipe out" of Z´s and all the narcos, when all the police corporations are involved whith them.
    Did you know Félix Batista?? an expert anti-kidnapping from U.S. and did you what happen with him?? he was kidnapped in saltillo when the heat doesn´t even started like we are now....
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Felix_Batista
    follow it, it´s a wikipedia link

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  7. The Federal Government in Mexico is impotent because of the officials that are taking bribes. They are near anarchy and the average citizen is helpless. Mexico needs a hero who can rally the citizens and take their country back. Murder, extortion, car hijacking, holdups, robberies and kidnapping come from corruption and twisted justice. Mexico needs a new cry, "Rule of Law and Justice - real justice."

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  8. What worries me is that these people have no respect for anyone; kids, women, priests, and all the innocent people. Mexico needs a death penalty. Kill them in no less than a year! Who will miss them ? Not even their own mothers. The corruption is at all the levels and that is another issue that is an automatic drawback. Who do you think gets all those billions if dollars the US sends Mexico to fight the war on drugs?? The cartels have their hands and feet in that cookie jar ...

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  9. i think if the U.S troops start to help and take over some of these places Mexico cant deal with the violence will slow down, im pretty sure it would make a big change, who else is going to help our Mexican, we come from there one way or another we are still part of mexico, with our intellingence and trained army it wouldent take long and take no prisoners, this bitch ass zetas are gettin out of control, it will come to them soon, they will have to pay, very soon a civil war will begin, who can stop them, we have to urge our goverment to step in, WTF did clinton and her pals go do there then, all the drug traficars have always only mind their bussiness, but this zetas take advantage of the poor and weak, they see you with a girl and the stop you and fuck her in front of you and you lucky if they let you live, they are taking over and control of mexico, we dont forget our culture and traditions, lets keep praying for our mexicanos

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  10. Mexico needs new management. That's what it needs, if the US invades Mexico there will be racism like always. If the US can't deal with Iraq, people in caves and holes, how can they deal with Mexico? Be sure of one thing my friend, if the US invaded Mexico, the citizens would take sides with the cartels.

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  11. RiseMakaveli, i agree with your last statement...if it ever came down to it, Mexican citizens would ultimately side with their own people...even if that includes the cartels.

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  12. Si pueden no les conviene ,todo es dinero y poder.
    por otra parte ya estan hasta los huesitos fuera de control .
    en Piedras Negras estan pasando muchas cosas que nadie se atreve a publicar,por temor ,pero no a los zetas ,haora todo lo malo se lo achacan a los zetas ,y el principal problema es el GOBIERNO ,donde esta ,porque mataron a Froilan porque no quiso coperar con ellos ,pero acaso si coperaba con los "otros"
    porque no legalizan la coca porqueno les conviene ,a quien no le conviene ....al GOBIERNO.
    Donde esta el GOBERNADOR de Coahuila aparte de estar comprando propiedades en Colorado con el dinero de los ciudadanos ....se dice que es de los mismos ZZ entonces que puedes esperar.......... si su mejor amigo es Salinas de Gortari.

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  13. These are the people that think they should be able to just walk across our borders no questions asked

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  14. who;s that mexicans or americans?

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  15. There is an old Irish saying, "When there is trouble on earth there is movement in heaven." These drug cartels have forgotten one very important thing: GOD IS WATCHING THEM AND THEY ARE ABOUT TO PAY A HUGE ETERNAL FATE.

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  16. something has to be done its all of power and da zetas know they have it if the u.s. doesnt go in there and take them down. what about our kids family people that just want to go visit family in acuna its not fair that the innocent have to get in a ugly crossfire just cuz u look different or they pick u out randomly you get shot all our borders need to and should be safe to cross over not just those who need to and want to but those who live over there too

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  17. I'll bet the gun stores on the Texas side are doing a landmine business

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  18. This war will never end in mexico as long as drugs are big bussiness in america not even a strong force of mexican troops have much effect!.. The only thing that would work would be if no one buys any drugs from these cartels but every one knows that will never happen because even top of the chain americans use drugs...so end of the day we are all wasting our time!..

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  19. Nunca Podran Acabar Con La Mafia,Por Que Ellos Son Los Que Gobiernan El Pais,Es Decir Ellos Eligen A sus Presidentes,NO SEAN PENDEJOS...

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  20. They are trying to kill the tree by taking the leaves off, when the roots of the problem has always been the US drug consumers.

    Mexico had the geographical fate of being neighbor of the bigest drug consumer in the world.

    The only reason Canada is not in the same position is because its too cold for Marihuana and Cocaine to grow.

    Aint that a B.

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  21. until the Mexican people stand up and admit to the corruption of their government, their police forces and their military it will only get worse. When you cowar away from trouble it only get worse. Like a cancer, it only grows and grows and first thing you know, your head falls off. How does the U.S. stop the use of drugs, we get rid of our corruption in politics and clean out our police forces. It will take the banding together of the people of both countries and one hell of a lot of praying and big balls to stand up against it

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  22. to the previous poster...you are part right about taking the leaves off the tree while the root is the problem.

    however the root is not just US drug consumers (although it's one of the big roots).

    It's not only Mexico's geography that's the problem, maybe the problem is the huge divide between rich and poor in Mexico. When probably more then half of the population is under the poverty line, they will do what they must to survive.

    Even if all demand from the U.S. were cut off tomorrow, do you not think that the cartels would find other "consumers" to ship out their goods to. Granted it might be harder and they might not make as much, but the whole world is a stage, and the cartels are ready and willing distributors.

    And Canada may not have coke...but they definitely have some high-potent weed growing up there. Plus their rate of people under the poverty line is much much lower then Mexico's.

    So yeah, you can blame it on geography, but that doesn't lend itself to any real solutions. I think its more economic then anything.

    The people at the top do it for the love of money, and the bottom-feeders are doing it for survival and to put food on the table.

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  23. are any of you gente aware that there are a lot of drug users in Mexico, not only in the USA, and also a lot of the guns used by the narcos are cuernos...not US made, probably mostly Chinese norinco's ....the easy way is to blame the USA, but the truth is more rooted in corruption in all levels of the Mexican govt.,,,,the USA is at fault partially yes...it is the big mercado, and because of not doing much of a job of guarding the US side of the border...but Mexico doesn't do much to guard their side either ... you could transit all the dope you want to, if you can't cross the border with it, is worthless..and the more it backs up , the less it is worth all the time...and the more obvious the stack becomes....it is both sides problem...and big dinero is made by both sides...as always the innocent suffer when big dogs fight over the bone

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  24. Who is american? United states citizen only or all people who lives in the american continent?
    Why our continent is named America? Where was the first time discoverers put a foot in "America"? wasn't in Veracruz Mx? Wierd eh?

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  25. I'm from Eagle Pass border town across Piedras Negras. Let me just tell you things are getting pretty shitty around here. More and more federals are just arriving. And as for this weekend I'm waiting for it to all go down. "In memory of Boss of bosses!"

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  26. Friday, May 14, 2010
    Five black SUVs with windows completely blacked out, slowly drove through the business district. Many took this as a warning. Many businesses said they will not open this weekend. Several workers from Del Rio said they will not go to work in the morning.

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  27. Please give serious consideration to eliminating anonymous postings. So many are completely false. I am in Acuna and was here the day after an anonymous person said they were told that a private school has children sitting on mats etc. and all of the information was false. Require some details (specific locations, school names, etc) so we can sort out the truth. Your blog-site is a great site - but the anonymous posts often aid the cartels by spreading false rumors. THE exception may be a post from people living in the Mexico cities under siege.

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  28. It is sad that 'anonymous' said that the people in Mexico 'cowar' and need to stand up to the corruption, etc. Anonymous will not even post his name! Talk about cowering!

    Tell us exactly what you would do. In fact, pick a date and lets go to Acuna together and I will help you to get an audience in the plaza at Guadalupe Church downtown.

    When thugs give you a photo of your child, wife or grandchild and tell you to shut up - most people shut up. A few have not and they lived to see a dead child. Brave reporters have been murdered. Brave police officials and politicians have been murdered. Because of the news blackout and constant rumors and the widespread corruption - good people are often tainted by rumor after they are murdered for standing up. The brave teachers, workers, doctors and nurses show up for work every day, knowing they are at risk. The workers in the hospital emergency rooms worry that a cartel member will show up for treatment and a gun battle will continue in the hospital (as it happened in the past). BUT they show up for work. The clergy and ordinary people that work in shelters for children and medical charities - show up and work. I've not seen any cowards in Mexico.

    I continue to travel in Acuna, Piedras and Nuevo Laredo. Pick your city and I will cross the border with you and arrange for you to make a speech to rally the people.

    Please don't 'cowar'

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  29. ya estuvo de tantas tonteras de los narcos ,como quiziera que el pueblo hisiera justicia con sus propias manos,y veran que se les quita lo chingon jaja ya me los imagino lo que haria la gente del pueblo con ellos se los dejo ala imaginacion

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  30. IN FIRST PLACE , MEXICO IS PAYING A PRICE OF BEING A NEIHGBOR OF THE HIGHEST DRUG CONSUMING COUNTRY IN THE WORLD. WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF ALL BORDERS WERE CLOSED TO THE DRUG TRAFFIC , ( SIXTY MILLION IDIOTS YELLING OUT IN THE STREETS ? WHY DOESN'T THE U.S. GOVERNMENT INVESTIGATE WHO IS THE WHOLE SALE BUYERS OF DRUGS IN THE U.S. , DRUGS ARE NOT PAID WITH CHECKS , CREDIT CARDS OR WIRE TRANSFERS , BUT WITH COLD STREET MONEY. WHO HAS THIS KIND OF MONEY IN THE U.S. ( LAS VEGAS, WALL STREET ) .
    HOW MANY BIG DRUG LORDS HAVE BEEN CAUGHT IN THE U.S.? IS A TON OF COCAINE BROKEN UP INTO GRAM PORTIONS AS SOON AS IT CROSSES THE BORDER ? IS IT STOCKED UP SOMEWHERE IN THE US BY A WHOLESALE BUYER AND IS NEVER CAUGHT ? OUR
    POLITITIANS HAVE CLOSED THEIR EYES ON THIS PROBLEMFOR A LONG TIME , AND HAVE NEVER EVEN LIFTED A FINGER TO STOP DE FIREARMS FLOW INTO MEXICO .
    TO ME THERE ARE A LOT OF POLITICAL FIGURES UP TO THEIR NECK IN THIS KIND OF BUSSINESS AND DO
    NOT WANT TO KILL THE HEN OF THE GOLDEN EGGS .

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  31. They may not lift a finger to stop this, but they do lift their finger to shove that coke up their noses.

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  32. What are we talking about spilling into the US??? ppl here produce,sell,kill just like the cartel but its all throw under the rug. Because those ppl there are in a 3rd world country we point our fingers and fear for the shit spilling over. Its already here. The same corruption is in our own backyards. Who u think supply the cartels there guns and ammmunition??? Wake up ppl the drug trafficing and violence begins with the US. Only difference is our cartel here wear business suits, they have badges, they work in our the court systems. The US are the ones that need a HERO. We need GOD

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  33. By spillin over, you jackass they mean the violence. I live in Del Rio. The only thing that has happened since this past weekend, was a rumor of a shootout at a restaurant, they found a bomb in a church, and just "hits" thats about it.

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  34. leagalize the damn stuff! sell it in department stores just like beer and cigarettes. The evil is everywhere already. Just say no hasn't worked. People are going to do what they want to do anyway.

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  35. man thats bull shit ive lived in acuna for 3 years and yes theres been shooting and stuff but not as much as now that dumbass over there saying it is a piece of cake well it aint they use grenades automatic guns and all that stuff thats happening in afganistan there hard to take down

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  36. It may not be a piece of cake, but the US special forces need to get Calderon's blessing and get involved in assassinating the narco leaders. I heard that in the tony city of Garza Garcia, the Israeli Massad was called in to clean out the narcos and they no longer have drug dealer violence. Mexico has been complacent for too long. The violence will not stop as long as it is allowed to continue.

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  37. My initial reaction would be for citizens to take arms and retaliate as a group effort to extinguish members slowly.............but unfortunately after reading these entries, it's more like damn if you do and damn if you don't. My heart goes out to the citizens caught smack in the middle of this nightmare. May God's mercy spare their lives and may justice take care of
    all who are responsible for turning these towns upside down.

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  38. The US Military can wipe out anyone at any time they choose to. They just need to be ordered to do so which has never happened yet.

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  39. Its never that simple. It is spilling into america cause they come and kidnap people take them back and kill em chop them up and drop them off front door service to thier family. It's not fair and prayer is needed. Troops are needed and patience :-/ it's a sad time and I know peoples fam who have been killed in acuna and del rio. Have some respect and don't talk ignorant please people.

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  40. The main problem is that only the bad people have guns. Give a gun to the victims. Let the victims go on a suicide, mission because they killed their family and see what results then. The prey will become the preditor, and those bastards would know that they might have messed with the wrong ones family. That is why it would never be that way here. We dont give a shit you mess with my family and I will not stop until I take as many of you down as I can.

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  41. ta cabron mejor no vayan a piedras ni a acuna y menos de noche

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  42. Gay ass zetas just a bunch of homosexual ppl whanting to be known to cut the wieners and eat them.

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  43. Youknow drug cartels have always existed in Mexico but since that new president took over it seems things got worst

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  44. Anonymous Aug 12, 1:38 AM

    The 'new' president is the first president to have ever challanged the narcos. The first person to have ever attempted to 'clean out government closets'. I would imagine there's a hell of alot of dirt that has been simply swept under the government carpets for the past few decades, at least. Alot of house cleaning is needed.

    Lets hope it's like the old saying goes "It's gotta/gonna get worse before it gets/ can get any better"

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  45. To everyone who said the US military should go in and fight the cartels...

    I will bet you that none of your spouses, parents, children, or siblings are in the military. Would you send your loved ones to deal with the drug cartels and risk their lives for Mexico? I didn't think so.

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  46. I didn't join the marines to go pick berries and flowers. I am a warrior and will go anywhere I am commanded without hesitation. But I do not believe we will be sent to Mexico for a while. I say this because there is no profit for the US in doing so. I've done some research and found that most cartels use AR15's. Check this website out for the real news. Www.blogdelnarco.com

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  47. This is for the Warrior on top

    No profit to US?
    The reason Mexico has this stupid war its because it is the neighbor of the most addict country in the world.
    It is the drug consumers in US that Mexican soldiers are losing lives every day.
    It is because drug addicts in the US that Mexican Civilians have lost their liberty of living their lives like they used to.
    It is because scumbag like you that think the drug dealing problem in Mexico is Mexicos fault that Mexico is about to have another Mexican Revolution.

    If you ask me,
    The president should allow all fucking drug dealers to pass it to US and stop this fucking war in Mexico.

    Im sure your kids would like that.

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  48. TO NO PROFIT TO US?
    Are you on drugs 1. Stay out of US 2.Maybe if your country would pay good wages and provide good health care you wouldnt be crossing in to the US. 3. When you catch a criminal you take away their rights and lock them up. Try imposing the death sentence on those who kill your children and the good people of Mexico 4. Your people are fighting and killing each other.

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  49. To the kid on top.

    You just made no sense in anything you said,
    I suggest you finish your junior highschool
    before comment in this subject.

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  50. As a citizen of Del Rio, Tx and also live in Acuna Mex ,We were never held hostage at anytime even when several of members of the diffrenet cartel where in Acuna, I think that Acuna is very peaceful than other places

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  51. Frontera said

    We also as citizens of the same area agree we have never been held hostage…however you know as well as we that it is not secure in Acuna, contrary to Chamber of Commerce style propaganda.

    Even though Chapo hung banners announcing their arrival, the Zetas still control and dictate what goes on, as is evident by the number of closed businesses in Acuna and the number of investments made in Del Rio by Acuna business people in property and businesses.

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  52. I am from Acuña and I've seen a very downturn in zeta activity lately.

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  53. The cartels would not be noticed if they did not fight against one another and the citizens. I have lived on the US-Canadian border; Cartels exist there also but they just move the goods, there is no real violence, everything runs pretty smooth because it is organized. If nothing else the Mexican government should grant rights to smuggling routes and serve as an enforcer of the zones. I don't see this ending, better to try to reduce the murder and carnage. Along the US Canadian border tons of drugs move through and no one really notices except for a large bust now and then.

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  54. I remember when I was growing up as a teenager Cd. Acuna was a peaceful town where you could stroll the makets shopping and enjoy a day at the plaza or even take in a bull fight. When will God bring peace to this city again..

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  55. I've always wanted to live in Acuna as a boy and maybe marry a beautiful lady from Acuna and have a family. Open a neighborhood grocery and live in peace and happiness. Mexico is so beautiful and I love the people, customs, culture, and churches. When will God bring peace to the people again..

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  56. Todos que estan con los Zetas no mejor pinche bola de mecos que chinga toda su pinche paca madre que tiene

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  57. I'm from Acuña and it's true the city isn't held hostage and you can still walk the plaza and go out with your family without worrying about any danger. It's relatively peaceful compared to other border cities.

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  58. im scared to go to acuna now n i go every year zetas u suck

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  59. acuna seguro preguntenme a mi robado y asaldo dejado tirado por muerto con eridas de balas y todavia dicen que acuna es un lugar seguro? como quisiera que binieran aqui y trataran de asaltarme

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  60. Acuna is a good town but the BULLSHIT @ the entrance is crap we come n visit our family n bring them food becouse theres no money or work n acuna.. Then u bring money n food for ur family n the SON-OF-BITCHES take it from u n u know there not going to trash it im sure they enjoy it at there house so FUCK YOU ACUNA!!!!!

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  61. Its sad Acuna was the first city i visited in mexico,many yrs ago I`m an old man now and would love to go there and visit the senoritas and the bodiques again. what a life when I worked near the border and made good money to spend in the nite clubs there.

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  62. I am in Acuna now it's very quite and safe in the Zona Centro.

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