Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Photos of the Death of Santiago Lizárraga Ibarra, “El Chaguín”

On April 15, 2010 Borderland Beat reported the death of Santiago Lizárraga Ibarra, “El Chaguín.”  The Mexican "El Blog del Narco" came out with some of the pictures of the crime scene.
In an operation in Tepic on April 12, 2010, federal police shot dead Lizárraga Santiago Ibarra, "The Chaguín", the alleged ringleader of the Beltran Leyva cartel in the Mazatlan region. Eight days before his death "The Chaguín" had abducted the son Nacho Coronel, which some speculate was the reason for his death.




15 comments:

  1. que bien lo chingaron!

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  2. The one in the tank top was drug across the floor to where he lays in the picture.
    You can tell by the blood smudge trails near his feet.

    And after studying the pictures they might have both been moved after they where shot by the way that both there arms are over there heads, there arms were used to drag them.

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  3. so they were drug after being killed....ok but what bit of difference does that make in this huge crisis......dead is dead......at least they got to keep the head(s)

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  4. Narcos seem to be winning in this "war." US better try an entirely new approach bcuz their existing strategy stinks. Do Narcos already control most of MX de facto thru intimidating firepower and corruption of officials in State and local government, including law enforcement at those levels? Will Narco Cartels play their strong hands to increase their power?

    The military option by US (invasion/occupation) will work even less in MX than it has in AfPak or did b4 in Vietnam.

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  5. They stayed/we left behind to cover the rear.

    Are the cappos going to take care of their families for the sacrifice?

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  6. Hands down Narcos are winning this war and setting the pace which all of Mexico is falling in line to. This is a terrible situation the nation is no where near to getting any type of grip on this problem. Some people want to view this in a nostalgic and unrealistic view - that this should not be happening in Mexico-but it is!. There are some hard and difficult decisions that need to made. In reality " a sense of normalcy" may never come to Mexico again.

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  7. Think Anonymous #1- been watching too much CSI. Good point Anonymous #2- "dead is dead"

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  8. Since the article states that this may have happened as a response to El Chaugin kidnapping a son of Nacho's; does anyone know if Nacho's son was found alive or dead or still missing? BB would love to know!

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  9. "Since the article states that this may have happened as a response to El Chaugin kidnapping a son of Nacho's; does anyone know if Nacho's son was found alive or dead or still missing? BB would love to know!"

    The answer to your question can be found in this video:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEXNPlDUZhE

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  10. In early April of 2010 "El Chaguín" allied with the Beltrán Leyva killed his son , Alejandro Coronel, age 16. The PGR said that the young son of Coronel was kidnapped shortly before his execution.

    http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2010/06/z-draws-blood-in-jalisco.html

    Colonel responded by killing 10 people in nayarit and burned their bodies. This included "El pepino."

    http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2010/04/el-pepino-among-dead.html

    http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2010/04/el-pepino-or-5-5.html

    El Coronel also abducted Clara Elena Laborín Archuleta, the wife of Héctor Beltrán Leyva “el H”, but he set her free.

    http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2010/04/wife-of-el-h-abducted-and-set-free.html

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  11. Very odd that he set let her go. I never understood why he showed any compassion but I guess it was taken as weakness by "El Chapo" considering he was doing business in Nacho's plaza without his knowledge prior to his death.

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  12. "Very odd that he set let her go. I never understood why he showed any compassion but I guess it was taken as weakness by "El Chapo" considering he was doing business in Nacho's plaza without his knowledge prior to his death."

    Nacho wanted to make a point, that he draws a line when it comes to the innocent family of the capos, like how the Beltran clan killed his son, he too had the means and opportunity, but chose not to, so he set her free. This was in the plackard left on the wife of "El Hache"

    "We are going to teach you how to be a man and to respect family, murderer of children. Here is your wife, which you refused to answer for. I hand her back to you healthy and safe so you can see and learn that for us family is sacred. We do not kill women or children, we are only going after `El Hache´ y `El Dos Mil,´ as well as several police officers working for Hector Beltran Leyva and Francisco Hernandez Garcia."

    Sometime the more brutal and the ones who can spread the most fear are usually the ones on the top of their game, ruling through fear and intimidation. Weakness has no place in the life of a Mexican cartel capo.

    MM from Sinaloa

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  13. no pos wow\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\No Pos Wow

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  14. que pendejadas mas feas publican

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  15. Haha lo k le pasa por meterse con los coronel

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