Monday, November 29, 2010

Photos of Sicarios in NL

Blog Del Narco has released a series of photographs that show the casualties of an unnamed confrontation between sicarios and authorities that took place in Nuevo Leon.

In the pictures, various men appear dead and some are dress in military style clothing.

According to BDN the site of the gun battle was near a bodega which the sicarios used both as a meeting place and a lookout position. Several vehicles were also confiscated.














































































































































































































































































































































































23 comments:

  1. Why do the dead guys in these pictures never have shoes on?

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  2. I believe its a sign of disrespect that goes back to the Aztecs; taking someone's 'huaraches' (sandals) at death is like saying that person is less than a man.

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  3. YES! 20 of the fuckers off the face of the Earth... It must make their hearts sink, when they hear the shooting, but only see their friends falling dead around them...the challenge of fighting a profesh trained enemy is not something even the rabid zetas can handle... We are waiting in the shadows for you... we are patient.

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  4. I don't think that's what it means, if you notice most of the bodies do have shoes on, I think what happens is they get killed elsewhere and the soldiers just throw on the gear on them, sloppy and gear and just snap the picture.

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  5. That sounds plausible Maka.. But I could have sworn I've heard that... maybe I've been watching too much Gangland on the History Channel. The episode titled Blood River mentioned that, but then again its basic cable,and they talk about aliens, Nostradamus and 2012 more than they talk actual historical events....

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  6. For all of us who live in the border, we could not care less if the Soldiers piss on their ass.We just don't care if these snakes wear or not their shoes.

    Kuntakinte

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  7. Is it me, or does it look like the bodies have been dead for a while?

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  8. By the way, why do we have that link of Texans Securing the border? Its just an org full of racist pricks mixing two seperate issues, illegal immigration, and the Mexican Drug War!

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  9. It looks like some of the bodies were striped down of thier gear and clothes. But then other pictures show thier guns lying down nice and neat next to thier body.

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  10. I seem to recall these photos, or most of them, being posted several months ago as being some of the 28 killed by the army at an encampment on the line between NL and Tamaulipas.

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  11. Yeah, I never heard about that Smurf, but this "kids" this days, who knows. I would push towards the bodies being dragged, if you notice one guy has his pants really low, I mean I understand how a lot of guys wear their pants wayy below, but so much that their pubic hairs will show like that? I doubt it, but again Smurf, I might be wrong, who knows.

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  12. Would they be searching the bodies for anything?

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  13. I hope the images serve as a warning of what can happen to these kids for joining the gangs. I have noticed people begin to have an appetite for these kind of things. Wtf ever happened to looking at porn or downloading music. Now people turn their laptop on to see what happened last night. Or is there any new headless body images? I am guilty of looking my self but my heart goes out to any parents that did all they could to raise good kids and then they see this. Still hopefully this serves to maybe save other lives that haven't been brainwashed into shooting it out with professionals for shitty pay? What do they pay these characters? 1000 pesos or something?

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  14. Sometimes these guys are wearing expensive exotic skin boots and they are taken as trophy´s by the soldiers because it would take months of their pay to afford them on their salary. Notice one thing missing next to the bodies - empty shells, these fuckers were executed - but that is what we need to do here in Mexico. If it wasn´t for the army and the marines we would be completely under Narco Rule. After these sicarios bodies are given to their parents, they say what a sweet boy he was, and that he was a student who wanted to go to Law/Medical School. Don´t you believe a word of that crap, this is a Social Revolution as much as a Drug War. The poor are tired of being poor and insignificant, and this is the way to revolt against society and be someone of money and power, like all Revolutions many people have to die to bring back stability and snuff out the uprising. Drugs and Cartels are just a means to rise from obscurity. Since the increased security on the border, the option of going to the Land of Opportunity is not very attractive, but the Cartels offer great pay and benefits, recruiters fail to mention you will only live a couple of years. These kids parents are happy and proud that their kids are ¨chingones¨ and are working with suchandsuch a drug lord, they accept all the cash and vehicles these kids bring to them, but none of the responsibility when they turn up full of holes. They blame the Government and the Americans and the Corridos and on and on...
    When it´s the parents that are not teaching respect or morals.
    MM38

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  15. This "revo" dosen't have an end. Even if Chapo and all the other cartel leaders decided enuf was enuf. You would have all these sicarrios left without a job. And then you will see extortions, kidnappings, robberies, and all other petty crime skyrocket like never before. So the idea mentioned here before about the "social cleansing" going on is beginning to make more sense than the war on drugs or terror.

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  16. and when they get shot dead ...they don't even have to pay them...sounds like a good deal for the employer

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  17. Below the picture of the blue car there are 3 pictures of the same man in different positions...?

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  18. these pictures don't look right.

    What would someone partially wear military clothes to then top it with a bright yellow T-shirt, hardly a decent camouflage.

    These pictures are propaganda to me. Some of the bodies have been dead longer than others. The reason they do not have shoes is because their clothes have been changed.

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  19. Regarding the shoe issue, perhaps they were caught resting in an early morning raid. If this was staged, it wouldn't suprise me at all. The Mexican military is the biggest cartel of them all. It's not mexico's war on drugs. It's a war FOR drugs, sometimes fought by people on drugs....It's time for the U.S. government to invent a new drug, to fund Black Operations to go after the capo's. Just like crack was invented, to go after Pablo Escobar....LOL

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  20. 20 Less In Nuevo Leon:) Haha This Idiots Get What They Deserve. Thanks To The Mexican Army For Trying To Clean Up Nuevo Leon<3

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  21. why are the feet crossed ? in 2 of the pictures ? looks like THEY WERE POSITIONED THAT WAY . as for their rifles they ALSO were POSITIONED like that to take the picture . because when a person dies THEY DONT CONVINIENTLY POSITION THEIR RIFLES BESIDES THEM . RIFLES WERE STAGED after the bodies were dead .

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  22. I have to agree, this doesn't look right. Like on the pic were one of them is laying on his back with his hands in the air?!?! Please! They have been dead for a while and they were just put there for whatever reason.

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  23. looks like the guy in the red with the do-rag is black and it also looks like a white guy is in the mix too, he's face up... who knows...

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