Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Nightclub attack in Mazatlan leaves 6 dead





Violence continues unabated in the port city of Mazatlan in spite of the presence of hundreds of military, federal and state police reinforcements guarding the Carnaval festivities.

Tuesday morning 6 people attending a private concert in the Antares nightclub were shot and killed by unknown gunmen during an attack that occurred at approximately 5:45am as a crowd was emptying into the parking lot. The Antares nightclub is located on the Avenida Del Mar seaside promenade.

At least 20 more partygoers were wounded by gunfire, many reportedly in serious condition in local hospitals. Among the dead were one female and a promising young musician, Alberto “El Junior” Lizarraga.

According to witnesses, the masked gunmen armed with assault rifles arrived in two pickups and proceeded to mow down the crowd gathered in the parking lot. Antares staff said that the event had just ended.

A large contingent of Army troops and Marines backed up by a helicopter were deployed but were unable to detain any of the suspected murderers.

movimiento alterado singer Gerardo Ortiz

The headlining singer during the event was Gerardo Ortiz and his band. Many posts on citizen’s forums blasted the artist and mentioned that the tragedy was inevitable with the audience that these entertainers attract.



Police in Sinaloa are killed with impunity

With the slaughter of seven State Ministerial Police (PME) officers this past Sunday in the municipality of Guasave the total number of municipal and state police officers murdered in Sinaloa this year has risen to 19. The perpetrators of these crimes have so far gone unpunished as no suspects have been arrested.

Sinaloa’s Governor, Mario Lopez Valdez encountered the rage of relatives of the state policemen murdered in Sunday’s ambush during funeral services held for 5 of the 7 men in the state capitol of Culiacan Tuesday morning.

“He wanted to be a lawyer, look where his dreams lie now” expressed one of the mourners, “You are surrounded by corrupt officials and you all don’t give a damn, you don’t give a damn. There are people around you who protect the narcos……and now our men are dead”

The Governor’s words of condolences, of sharing the pain, grief and anger with the families of the deceased, were met with even more recriminations about corruption in government institutions, of the deficiency of their equipment and weapons, of the long hours and the lack of guarantees in the practice of their profession.

Descansen en Paz

José de Jesús Rufino Parra
Ernesto Félix Rubio
Carlos Humberto Villegas
Raymundo Torres
Martín Juvenal Velázquez Gutiérrez,
Oscar de Jesus Garcia Guzman
Felix Ramirez Osuna


Sources:

http://www.debate.com.mx/eldebate/Articulos/ArticuloGeneral.asp?IdArt=10697710&IdCat=6112

http://www.noroeste.com.mx/publicaciones.php?id=668002

http://www.noroeste.com.mx/publicaciones.php?id=667774&id_seccion=70&fecha=2011-03-08

http://www.noroeste.com.mx/publicaciones.php?id=668159

33 comments:

  1. correction Gerardo Ortiz is not in el movimiento alterado but with Del Records...

    el TRIple6

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  2. Is this Zeta's heating up Mazatlan? BB ran a story a few months back.

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  3. "Police in Sinaloa are killed with impunity

    With the slaughter of seven State Ministerial Police (PME) officers this past Sunday in the municipality of Guasave the total number of municipal and state police officers murdered in Sinaloa this year has risen to 19. The perpetrators of these crimes have so far gone unpunished as no suspects have been arrested.

    Sinaloa’s Governor, Mario Lopez Valdez encountered the rage of relatives of the state policemen murdered in Sunday’s ambush during funeral services held for 5 of the 7 men in the state capitol of Culiacan Tuesday morning.

    “He wanted to be a lawyer, look where his dreams lie now” expressed one of the mourners, “You are surrounded by corrupt officials and you all don’t give a damn, you don’t give a damn. There are people around you who protect the narcos……and now our men are dead”

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    That pretty much says it all right there!

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  4. "According to witnesses, the masked gunmen armed with assault rifles arrived in two pickups and proceeded to mow down the crowd gathered in the parking lot. Antares staff said that the event had just ended.

    A large contingent of Army troops and Marines backed up by a helicopter were deployed but were unable to detain any of the suspected murderers."

    Top notch job guys. That's just pathetic.

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  5. This just shows how the parties over, they are just further killing what's left of the economy, the Goverment had better take the war to a higher level right now.

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  6. MOVIMIENTO ALTERADO ISN'T JUST A RECORD LABEL ITS THE STYLE OF MUSIC AS WELL!!! SO GERARDO ORTIZ IS A MOVIMIENTO ALTERADO SINGER

    EL CHOLO DEL CORRIDO

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  7. This narcocorrido and fake ass songs about drinking 18 year old whiskey and dropping money every where needs to be banned. majority of this music is all fake like rap. They think they are cool by singing stuff THEY dont even do. I say bann this music in the USA as well.

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  8. Damn shame. Looks like a nice club to pick up on some nice looking cheras.

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  9. @ March 9, 2011 11:07 AM

    WE DEFINATELY DRINK 18 YR OLD WHISKEY (BUCHANANS) AND SPEND MONEY EVERYWHERE!!! WE SING SONGS FOR SINALOA!!! THATS HOW WE GET PAID OF COURSE ITS REAL WE AIN'T NARCO-TRAFICANTES PERO WE SING OF REAL PEOPLE AND WE HAVE MEET MOST OF THE PEOPLE WE SING OF( I JUST SING SEGUNDAS AND PLAY BAJO QUINTO.)EXCEPT EL MAYO, FANTASMA AND CHAPO AND BIG NAMES LIKE THAT....YES WE ARE ONLY MUSICIANS BUT WE ARE INVOLVED AND CONNECTED. ALSO WE AREN'T ALL FROM MEXICO, I WAS BORN AND RAISED IN THE US. I AM HALF MEXICAN AND HALF SWEEDISH BELIEVE IT OR NOT! PURO CHICANO!!!

    EL CHOLO DEL CORRIDO

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  10. CONSEJO PRO: Nunca lleve un cuerno de un tiroteo!

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  11. ANYWAYS,ONCE AGAIN THIS PROVES CDS CANT EVEN CONTROL ITS' OWN STATE!!!MUCH LESS TAKE CONTROL OF CHIHUAHUA OR ANY OTHER TERRITORY.ONE OF THE DEAD,ALBERTO LIZARRAGA IS THE GRANDSON OF CRUZ LIZARRAGA,FOUNDER OF THE WELL KNOWN MEXICAN BAND,"EL RECORDO".THE ZETAS HAVE BEEN HEATING UP (EVEN MORE)THE PLAZAS IN SINALOA.GN HAVE BEEN GETTING PICKED UP BY THE ZETAS...SO WHAT DO THESE SO CALLED GN DO???WHINE LIKE THE COWARDS THAT THEY ARE!IN MAZATLAN THEY LEFT A NARCO MESSAGE WHINING TO THE LOCAL AUTHORITIES NAMING THE KILLERS OF THIS MASSACRE AND ADMITING,LIKE WE ALL KNOW,THE KILLERS WERE ZETAS.CDS CAN'T DEAL WITH THE Z,SO AS USUAL,THEY CRY.IT'S THE TRUTH PEOPLE,RATHER YOU LIKE IT OR NOT.IF THE TRAITORS,KILLERS OF INNOCENT PEOPLE OF THE SINALOA CARTEL CAN'T WIN THE WAR AGAINST THE ZETAS,CARTEL DE JUAREZ,REMANANTS OF THE BELTRAN LEYVAS AND ALL CDS ENEMIES(WHICH ARE ALOT),WHILE CDS HAS HAD BACK UP FROM THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT,IMAGINE WHAT'S IT GONNA BE LIKE WIN THE PROTECTION ENDS FOR THE SINALOA CARTEL!BELIEVE ME PEOPLE,CDS CURTAIN IS GOING TO FALL IN 2012 WHEN THE NEW ADMINISTRATION KICKS END!EVERYONE HERE IN MEXICO KNOWS IT.SEE HOW MANY CDS CHEERLEADERS WE HAVE THEN!!! (VOZ DEL PUEBLO)

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  12. They sound like HOES if you ask me. MOVIMIENTO ALTERADO singing about other MEN. I would understand 1 corrido but mostly all the songs are about Chapo, Mayo, M-1, Macho Prieto etc. That's a little too much dick-riding the same crew. Don't you think? Whatever happened to normal Mexican music like Vicente Fernandez and Joan Sebestian. No ahorra puro maricon besandole los pies al pinche enano del CHAPO. This Gerardo Ortiz character would be somebody's girlfriend if he ever went to jail...lol-lol-lol


    777

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  13. Hey EL CHOLO DEL CORRIDO - you're a piece of shit lowlife scum. Enjoy your blood money joto.

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  14. well they have to sing about the Sinaloa Cartel because if they start singing about the Zetas then they die. It's music and its the only way they can get their message to out to the foot soldiers fighting there war. Like one hitman said, when they asked for reinforcements they got a corrido played over the radio to encourage them. 18 is good but you're not a player si no es 21 year old bottle of whiskey...

    el TRIple6

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  15. I have to say, I like corridos and have been guilty of listening to Gerardo Ortiz and all the other young and upcomers. Muscia de arrangque, movimiento alterado what ever you want call it or categorize it as.

    It has gotten old though and it's a trend of music that will pass. I have to admit that some of the songs are promoting violence and simple as that. Every club you go to know from Califas to Chicago, this music is in. The narco lifestyle is appealing for many and big money maker in the club scene in the United States.

    It is similar to hardcore rap that glorifies drug dealers lifestyles. It's the difference between rap and sleazy rap. You have corridos that are actual corridos and then you have narco corridos that just mention repetitive lyrics. Artists like Los Tigres, Tucanes, Los Hurances, Los Canelos, Chalino Sanchez, El Monarcha, El Lobito and old school cats like that they actually have meaning behind their music. Some of their corridos do speak of narcos but it's like a small tale in a song that just doesn't bring up the same thing. Cuerno, pechera y escuadra. Sh*t everyone in their corrifos right now has to mention those three things. I am not a hyprocite but some people can listen to music and just take it as music when others think they are actually living that corrido. Listen to the music but don't think your scarface when your jamming to it, it's the difference between un buen cerebro y otro que esta pudrido.

    Saludos,

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  16. narco corridos are not the cause of the violence its an offspring, banning it will do nothing but increase its popularity, besides as long as they themselves Don't claim to be a killer and trafficking drugs, they are more believable than most rappers, how many rappers rap about themselves personally shooting people and selling drugs, yeah right! like lil wayne is out there on the street shooting at people.

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  17. Ortiz has a badas gun, if you dont like the music dont listen to it and shut up. I listen to gerardo ortiz, luis sylvestere and los bukanes de culiacan and others. And i dont kill or kidnap people. There singers doing there job, and have no part in what happens or what takes place. Saludos desde the chi town

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  18. Zetas r there becouse of the traidors of the beltranes. They didnt force there way in. Theres cds in Tam. Ask the zetas how there holding up in Durango.(a cds stronghold) Ask them why they have to hide and how many got killed for kidnapping a mafiosos son. Theve brought kidnapping and extortion to my state. The areas were cds or juarez operate are calmer and no one abuses the public. No ones a saint though

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  19. YA ITS REALLY BLOOD MONEY!!! LOL.....I GET PAID BY A RECORD LABEL FAG!!! AND VARIOUS CLUBS IN DIFFERENT STATES!!! YOU MORON!!! I NEVER ONCE SAID I WAS A SICARIO BITCH!!!

    TRUE ON THE 21 BRO, BUT ITS TOO CHARCOAL TASTING FOR ME LOL!!!

    EL CHOLO DEL CORRIDO

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  20. @March 9, 2011 2:36PM

    SALUDOS HOMIE!!! YOU GET WHAT I'M TALKING ABOUT!!! WE ARE JUST DOING OUR JOBS...I'VE JAMMED WITH GERARDO AND HE IS A COOL VATO!!! AND HE DOESN'T JUST WRITE SONGS ABOUT LA GUERRA HE WRITES ROMANTICAS LIKE "INCREIBLE" AND VARIOUS OTHERS...

    EL CHOLO DEL CORRIDO

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  21. Gerardo Ortiz should try going to Tamaulipas or Veracruz with his "EL Chapo" bull.crap music and if he is lucky he will come out alive.Stop praising DRUG LORDS,that will get you killed and Mr.Ortiz was probably close to death.

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  22. This is what MOVIMIENTO ALTERADO really sounds like to NORMAL mexican/americans.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CAzzHnJ-kIM

    You smell that? Smells like KAKA huh? And yeah you're right I will not listen to "their" music. I actually do feel bad for what is happening in Mexico...

    777

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  23. @J

    The Zetas under Z-40 and the Beltranes are the ones heating up the plazas in Sinaloa. There are people still loyal to the Beltranes in Sinaloa. There is a video made from the Zetas and Beltranes where they are interrogating a guy from Gente Nueva in Mazatlan. The video:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c4mpdp0_E2A

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  24. Well obviously there are some CDS enemies deep in Sinaloa country. No one is safe.

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  25. Senor Del ArranqueMarch 9, 2011 at 7:57 PM

    How can they blame the music??? I listen to Narco-Corridos. And i don't go around killing innocent people. People who want to blame the corridos are the most ignorant people. Just trying to find a scape goat. How about you blame the parents who didn't do their jobs. Puro Movimiento Alterado!!!

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  26. You guys that are blaming the music and Gerardo Ortiz for attracting violence are a bunch of idiots that don't know shit except for what is reported in an objective way. If you don't know clubs in MZT have to end by 4am, which it did. However, during carnaval and weekends it is common to see a group of people hanging around parking lots partying and having bands play for them. That's exactly what happened that night so now you guys are informed of the true details. You guys are really fucken lame blaming music instead at looking at the causes behind all the violence.

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  27. BAN THE WEED AND THE DRUGS WHILE YOUR BANNING STUFF.. GOOD JOB ON BANNING CALL OF JUAREZ. BAN SHARP OBJECTS, BAN ROUGH OBJECTS.. NO WAIT.. THEY SHOULD BAN STUPID PEOPLE.



    DBGH

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  28. Cholo if its not top secret info,whats the name of your group?

    el TRIple6

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  29. I'm not blaming the culo-corridos for the violence. I'm saying they're lowlifes for making money off others misery and for glorifying these narco assholes.
    You guys flipped the fuck out over a stupid videogame about cops hunting down narcos, but singing (literally) the praises of the the same assholes is acceptable to you? What's the difference between a game and a song glorifying this shit? You people are seriously confused.

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  30. This is great! Hopefully the begin taking out all of these artist that believe they can freely sing about these drug lords and prop them up as heros. There is a price to pay for this, just as Valentin Elizalda and El Shaka.
    CDS has been heating up just about every corner of Mexico, such as Nuevo Laredo, Chihuahua, Tijuana, etc. etc.. I hate to say it but I think its good that the violence is nearing El chapo now, maybe this will bring some pressure on him to tone it down face the consequences.

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  31. EL Rego

    You are talking like they have a choice, often they do not...sing or die

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  32. YOU PEOPLE ARE ALL WRONG.THIS DIDN'T HAPPEN BECAUSE OF NARCO CORRIDOS...THIS HAPPENED BECAUSE THE DRUG CARTEL WAR,PERIOD.DOESN'T MATTER IF THEY WERE LISTENING TO MARY POPPINS OR WHATEVER,THE ATTACK WAS AGAINST CDS,PERIOD.I 'M ALWAYS JAMMING TO MY CORRIDOS,EVERYDAY,BUT THE FACT OF THE MATTER IS...YOU HAVE TO BE WISE,USE GOOD JUDGEMENT,WHAT TYPE OF CORRIDOS YOU LISTEN TO AND WHERE YOU ARE AT.MUSIC IS NOT TO BLAME,BUT SAY I AM LISTENING TO ADAN ROMERO"EL DOS LETRAS" CRUISING IN DOWNTOWN CULIACAN...OBVIOUSLY SOME FOOL FROM CDS IS GONNA REACT.SAY I AM CRUISING IN DOWNTOWN CIUDAD JUAREZ JAMMING TO ROBERTO TAPIA"CHAPO GUZMAN",OBVIOUSLY SOME FOOL FROM CARTEL DE JUAREZ IS GONNA REACT.MY POINT IS,IF I LISTEN TO A CERTAIN CORRIDO,THE WAY THINGS ARE IN MEXICO RIGHT NOW,SOME CARTEL MEMBERS WILL TAKE IT LIKE I AM REPRESENTING THAT CERTAIN CARTEL AND WILL TAKE ACTION AGAINST ME...UNDERSTAND?ANYWAYS,IF YOU ARE NOT HERE IN MEXICO LIVING IT,WATCHING IT HAPPEN,YOU MAY NOT UNDERSTAND AND WILL ONLY RUN OFF AT THE MOUTH...BY THE WAY,MAJORITY OF US HERE LOVE THE FACT THE CDS CONTINUES TO GET TASTES OF ITS OWN MEDICINE.

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  33. lol when i went to mexico we crossed the nuevo laredo border so when we got on the mexican side of the border there was a shit load of trucks bumping movimiento alterado with loud ass systems. aint that sum shit cuz n laredo is zetas turf and moviemiento alterado are sinaloa cartel music. and same in my state every body whos halcones or affiliated with zetas bump this shit lmao that's sum dumb ass shit. people get influenced by this music belieav it or not ofcorse those are weak minded foo's. not me though i jus like putting this on my system cuss it bumps hard. i think this music is guna fall though just another trend.

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