Sunday, June 13, 2010

Crime Wave Moving South Arriving at Jalisco

Recently we have seen a surge of violence in Jalisco as Los Zetas attempt to enter the territory guarded by the powerful Sinaloa cartel.

The one on the left in the white hat is Manuel Torres Felix known as  "El M1" or "El Ondeado," he is one of the mid level leaders in the Sinaloa Cartel and one who has been tied to some of the recent violence from Chihuhua to Jalisco.

Manuel is brother of Javier Torres Felix (El JT), a close associate of the cartel lider Joaquín Guzmán; Javier was arrested and extradited to the U.S. in December 2006.

Manuel's son, Anastacio, also known as "Tachio" or "El 4", was killed by rivals from the Beltran-Leyva Cartel. It was after this death that Manuel Torres Felix acquired his other nickname "El 14" as a tribute to his sons death. His nickname " El Ondeado" was given to him by deceased drug kingpin Arturo Beltran Leyva, who ordered the murder of his son Atanacio. This then led on to more confrontations between the cartels.

Evidence of the Zeta presence in Jalisco has come from recent violence from both rival cartels and the captured of several members armed to the teeth. With rocket launchers and armed better than the soldiers in the Iraq war, eleven heavily armed commandos of the Sinaloa cartel were arrested on June 8, 2010 in the municipality of Tototlán.

The sicarios claimed to belong to the Sinaloa cartel and were involved in traffic of drugs in the Cienega de Jalisco region. These sicarios were disguised as policemen and were in possession bulletproof vests, four fragmentation grenades and black police uniforms.

First thing you notice is the black clothes of some of the sicarios, they were probably wearing military or police type uniforms. Second is the person in yellow facing his back toward the media who the authorities are probably attempting to protect his identity and possibly a collaborator.

The arsenal seized consisted of a dangerous and deadly weapons typically used in the artillery of the armies of the world, such as a rocket launcher used to go through the armor of tanks, bazooka used to launch fragmentation grenades, five AK-47 rifles known as "cuernos de chivo" and five handguns of calibers ranging from .380, .45 and 9 mm. 

They also had in their possession an amount of 250 kilos of synthetic drug known as crystal, methamphetamine and 32 kilograms of marijuana, along with six vehicles; three SUV's being new models, one luxury car and two compact cars.
 
This is an example of the welcome wagon for the Zetas who are attempting to enter the region of Jalisco controlled by the powerful Sinaloa cartel.

28 comments:

  1. Mexico is Toast !!!

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  2. In the long run i don't think The Zetas and their allies are going to win this war of attrition. They seem to be outnumbered although not outgunned. The more that the top leaders fall the more likely the Zetas will splinter into warring factions, I wouldn't be surprised if the group led by El Tori makes a power grab or declares themselves an independent group.

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  3. The problem with the Zeta's is they have no base, the other cartels are well rooted in the areas they control. Zetas float around trying to control an area that they dont know the land or the people or the roads. Plus there doing the kidnapping and shake downs. 99% of people just want to live there life free from hassle which is not the case with the Z

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  4. Arriba Sinaloa!! Se van acabar los putos zetas!!

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  5. YBlo
    still has a say so.

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  6. JT el ondeado is well respected and coveted by many in Mexico. From what I hear he handles himself on a different level than the Z's
    These people have always controlled their own and I highly dought anyone will step in their woods without a few branches gauging their eyes out.
    Litterally.....

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  7. Al 100 kon la gente nueva ya faltan 3 guashitos de navol......voi por. Ustedes ....attn el flaco

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  8. pura gente del chapo!!

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  9. arriva la leaga del MZ saludos para todos del equipo algundia me gustaria conoserlos los admiro y respecto. A la verga los zetas!

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  10. KE CHINGUEN A TODA SU PUTISIMA MADRE LOS PUTOS ZETAS HOJIS DE LA VERGA
    SINALOA SIGUE RIFANDO POR TODOS LAOS

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  11. Would Pancho Villa wear Ed Hardy?

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  12. If it would have been available at that time???.......YES!

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  13. Do all employees of the month get to have their picture taken with the boss, next to the fake apple tree?

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  14. ARRIBA SINALOA!!! SIGUE RIFANDO, SIQUE RIFANDO!!! AL 100!!!

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  15. It is interesting to me that the gringos and their vigilante historians like to point the finger at General Villa as a "killer", along with the "better classes" in Mejico. The poor people loved him then, as now, because he literally kicked bad government's ass. I was jumped on a Chihuahua genealogy website by a neurotico pendejo who alleged that a family member was killed by El Centauro during the revolución. (The General was married to my tia abuela Luz Corral Fierro) I replied that I was not the General's complaint department. Nor his attorney. He got more pissed and made wild allegations about me and my search for family, none of it any of his business. The conservative element anywhere can have serious sociopathic aspects coupled with grandiose visions of self. Unlike Zapata and his neighbors and fellow ejidistas Villa had to corral and lead a diverse contigent of men: vaqueros; unempoyed mineros; not a few of the bourgeiosie, petit and otherwise, crminals and ex-criminals, anglo drifters and adventurers, well-intentioned and not, and along with this not a few seriously dedicated revolutionaries and other upstanding specimens of honest and sincere volunteers, and some who were "amnistied"-enemy, or otherwise coerced into fighting. And even a Spanish conde (count) de Musquiz. The more that I study Pancho Villa's life the more that I respect this self-described "ignorant man", who wanted badly never to have to be president. My Internet abuser made disparaging reference to "Villa's lack of education". I replied that instead of sniping at Villa, he should be working to see that children receive good educations, which Doroteo Arango did not. I think that instead of being described as a historical "Bad Dude", we should acknowlege he was a meticulous planner, and that besides raging at men and circumstance he often displayed sentimiento emotion and concern not simply for his mejicanos, but for anyone in plight or need. He was a human being and therefor imperfect. They are not "real men", but sociopaths and machistas who glory in his real or imagined violence, to find rationale for their own. A. Perales del Hierro

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  16. does anyone know when that picture by the apple tree was taken? compared to the most recent christmas photo with his daughter he appears to have aged quite a bit.

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  17. Now that El M1 has been featured in BB, here in June and the posting of his recent picture, expect him to be captured or killed any time soon!

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  18. Al 100 kon la gente nueva ya faltan 3 guashitos de navol......voi por. Ustedes ....attn el flaco


    interesting comment like to see how that pans out.

    that picture was found in one of his safe houses, there was a little product there, a couple cars and guns and that picture at the entrance.

    thats what they tied all loot to, the guy in that pic.. i think that was like in 2006 maybe so the pic take a year or two earlier, guess you age with stress look at Obama.. whos fault all this is anyways btw.


    dbgh

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  19. i doubt that to be the case, look at all the corrido singers I honestly expected one by now to be.. how you say. descuaratalizo wtf is that.


    dbgh

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  20. They have nothing on cartel de Sinaloa

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  21. BECAUSE OF PEOPLE LIKE THEM , GOOD PEOPLE FROM MX ARE DETAINED EVERY DAY BY THE DEPARTMENT OF IMMIGRATION, FAMILIES ARE BEING SEPERATED DUE TO THESE IGNORANT NON JUSTIFIABLE, SO CALLED PEOPLE

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  22. Well this little piece of cartel history touched a nerve with the cartel wannabes out there. I thought I was on BDN with all the viva sinaloas and chinguen a su putitisima madres and other super-intelligent posts.

    And dbgh opines that it's all obama's fault anyway - brilliant.

    And Toni Perales is related to Pancho Villa...?

    And 11:36 is pissed off at ICE. Take a number.

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  23. Wow. Jalisco was calm a year ago. The only bad parts near Guadalajara(including some neighborhoods, like every city has), was Michoacan. The Zetas have a bad reputation to what I heard from people in Jalisco.

    Hopefully Jalisco does not become a bloody state because the Zetas now want to control Jalisco, or Nayarit, or Durango or any other state control by their rival cartels.

    To what I am reading the drug cartels are more armed than the soldiers in Mexico, and maybe some countries armed forces. As we have read in the newspapers, the majority of arms in Mexico come from the U.S.A., the majority of drugs come to the USA. I pray and hope that something positive gets done in Mexico.

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  24. WHY CANT US JUMP IN AND START TAKING OVER THE WAY THEY STICK THEIR NOSE IN OTHER COUNTRIES BUISNESS. IF ANYTHING MEXICO NEEDS IT THE MOST RIGHT NOW. IRAQ SEEMS TO HAVE NOTHING ON WHATS GOING ON IN MEXICO. I WISH THEY ALL KILLED THEMSELVES ON A PLAYING FIELD INSTEAD OF KILLING FAMILYS BY THE NUMBERS.

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  25. When they turn the perps around it's because they are minors

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  26. MANUEL TORRES FELIX IS IN THE HIGHEST ECHELON OF THE SINALOA CARTEL.HE IS VIRTUALLY UNTOUCHABLE AS IS MAYO ZAMBADA, CHAPO GUZMAN, AND JOSE ESPARRAGOZE "EL AZUL", THESE CHARACTERS ARE AS PROLIFIC AS THEY ARE ELUSIVE.

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  27. well "el m1" is dead now who why and if who knows nothing changes obama still gets paid and mexico keeps on making earnings off of americas drud addiction who is to blame??

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