Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Riot Breaks Out at Juárez Cereso Prison

By Daniel Borunda
El Paso Times
Juárez authorities were dealing with a riot at the Cereso prison late Monday night, a police spokesman said.

Multiple gunshots heard from inside the prison. Soldiers, state and federal police officers were deployed to the prison. It is unknown if anyone was injured.

The Norte newspaper reported on its website that some prisoners may have been disguised as security guards and were heavily armed during a possible escape attempt.

At the same time, authorities were also dealing with a burning car on Norzagaray boulevard and a shootout between gunmen and federal police on Eje Vial Juan Gabriel.

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17 comments:

  1. News reports stated that the attempt was by Mexicles gang reported to be at the service of the Sinaloa Cartel. On this same day, news reports from Mexico City affirmed that the Chief of the Federal Police stated that the Federal Forces would be pulling out of Ciudad Juarez by this September. This is due to the conclusion that Municipal Forces have managed to grasp the delinquency problem and are now able to handle it. At the same time it is announced that the local CERESO will become a state run facility no longer under local juridction. Just a thought: when the Zeta prison break occured recently in Tamaulipas it was rumored that this was due to the fact that they were running out of hardcore experienced personell to keep the fight going on their Gulf front. So given this assertion and the claim that the federal police which are supposed to be backing the Sinaloa Cartel are in fact pulling out of Juarez could it also be infered if rather fallaciously that somehow the Sinaloa Cartel has made no significant inroads vanquishing La Linea, and that possibly this was an attempt to reinforce his watered down battle lines. Food for thought. On a more positive note if somehow an agreement has been brokered between all parties in dispute criminal and official and relative peace will once again come to this city and its people without the added extortion and abuses from government entities then...Hopefully Juarez wont have to be witness to the entirety of this violence from begining to its seemingly distant end.

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  2. With all the heat that has been put on the Sinaloa Plaza, I suspect it is about all they want to focus on at the moment. I am sure this 5 year war has proved very exhausting to both sides. If and when the feds pull out, the winds will change. Juarez will take total control again and I suspect Sinaloa will have to pay the right to pass toll again. When the big bully picks a fight with 2 or 3 guys, he usually gets hurt. The war for Juarez has been on a down hill slide for quite a while and it seems they have pushed Sinaloa back to Chihuahua City and are making headway to push them out of there. With the major plan of Sinaloa taking Juarez failing, Calderon needs to send these 10,000 soldiers to another front that seems to be losing ground. The Zetas seem to be gaining strength even though it seems most are out to get them. I am sure that publicity will force Calderon's hand to vacate Juarez and somehow claim success. I have been saying for years, the Juarez Cartel is a different bred, "you will not take their plaza." It has been estimated that Amado amassed 25 billion dollars in assets during his reign. I don't think that would be too easy to exhaust. The Juarez Cartel is ruthless and has a bad reputation on how they ran Juarez without anyone in conflict with them. But then, you knew who to look out for and it was only them you had to fear. Now you don't even know who so you fear all. I hope you gut feeling is correct 5:20 AM as mine has been telling me this for a while. I miss visiting Juarez! As ZZ Top says, "They Got a lot of Nice Girls Down There." But they were referring to La Grange however they did do a good song about "The Mexican Blackbird" which is about a Mexican puta. Such a nice place to spend a Saturday afternoon.

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  3. Food for thought: Wasnt it lezoyla who was accused to having ties to Sinaloa cartel. Well could it a long term strategy for them to plant lezoyla have him clean up juarez and la linea and make room for the Sinaloa to move in once the federal forces leave?

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  4. BDN says 17 dead. Other prisoners shot those escapees? :O

    Please translate someone this: http://www.blogdelnarco.com/2011/07/mueren-17-en-cereso-de-ciudad-juarez.html

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  5. I agree with 7:09 it'll be great when the violence goes down so we can all start visiting the whores down there again

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  6. On another front but in the same region, it has been reported that a major upsurge of Sinaloa Cartel forces have hit ground and air on a route that leads from the heart of the golden triangle into the Cuahtemoc Chihuahua Corridor, long reputed to be a Linea stronghold. It would seem as though the Beltran Leyva offensive in northern Sinaloa and southern Sonora has cut off the secure passage through the Pacific coast. Couple that with the recently heated up plaza of Baja Cali with the plantation bust and it would seem that the long and treacherous but lowkey sierra madre route would be an attractive route to secure. So despite all the speculation it would seem that they plan on maintaing the routes that they established through northern Chihuahua eventhough they might not have solidified their objective of complete control of Juarez. It seems that Sinaloa is at a disadvantage by warring against practically every cartel that holds a border passage and its only ally holding a key border gate being across the country with Zetas in between from northern Coahuila through San Luis Potosi and into southern Zacatecas. Its hard to surmise the effects of this war in Sonora as it has been and still is a traditionally silent partner in all this mess. It is clear is that for some reason the state of Chihuahua is still a primary objective for Chapo and his plans although I suspect that a more "diplomatic" stance might be in order when dealing with organized crime seated in Chihuahua.

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  7. Haha Pinchi sinaloa ya se les van los federales porke saben k ya valieron verga ya! Mucha gente de los federales asta gn ya se fue con La ____!!haha

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  8. El DIEGO SIGUE RIFANDO!

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  9. Con Vicente carillo no vas a poder chapo ya para de halucinar. Ese cabron ta muy pesado.

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  10. @1:57 PM...when i put in blogdelnarco, it gives me the option to translate just at the right of the title before I select.

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  11. A riot did break out a the local jail. A prison break attempt by the Mexicles was apparently thwarted by the Aztecas that saw the attempt in effect and began firing at the Mexicles to repel them, according to BlogDelNarco.com. According to local media in Juarez, simultaneous with this prison break attempt, a number of attacks on Juarez street were perpetrated in the northern disticts of the city to distract authorities from the southern end where the jail is located and where the Mexicles stronghold remains. Police forces where attacked, grenades were activated, and a car was burned among other incidents as a diversion tactic. To make matters worse, as authorities converged on the local jail to repel the Mexicles outside the jail who would assist in the prison break, an incident involving Police chief Leyzaola occured. His vehicle was shot at by multiple Federal Police officers from multiple angles, accordig to Leyzaola, with the expressed intent to assasinate him.

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  12. Sinaloa has TJ, Ojinaga, some of Sonora, part of Juarez, and probably can access CDGs plaza. You would think if they were that desperate, they would have tried harder before now to take Juarez. I personally don't think they can take it. And Juarez assisted Beltrans' in Senora, that should comeback to them. They have Zetas in Chihuahua also for this specific reason I suspect. Maybe we are seeing a chokehold from the north being put on Sinaloa to access the US similar to the tactic Sinaloa put on the northern cartels access cocaine from southern nations. Maybe this was what all the Zeta weapons in Juarez was about, not elections. I just get the feel that the PRI is turning up the heat in the north and the timing is right for this. But if this is coming into place, it does not look like the feds will be leaving Juarez in September. Damn! If the feds do leave Juarez, that city will settle fast.

    Lezoyla was hired by the Mayor of Juarez who remember, is pro local and the feds killed his body guard and front him off all the time. If Sinaloa can't take the area with 10,000 soldiers helping, they will be running when they leave.

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  13. In respose to impulsado: so if Layzaola has ties to the Sinaloa Cartel and The Federal Police also has ties to the Sinaloa Cartel and the influx of Federal Police into Mexico and the appointment of Laysaola to heads the police was some kind of master plan from the top Sinaloa Cartel leaders to finally control Juarez the why did Federal Police officers attempt to assasinate Laysaola when the police chief arrived at the scene of the escape attempt and ensuing riot? As a part of this master plan aren't these two entities at service of the same employer for the same purpose? So why would the Federales attempt to assasinate him. And just to discard the confusion explanation that has been postulated by the Federal Police, Laysaola himself went on camera an asserted that there was no confusion, that it was a direct attack, since his vehicle was accompanied by official local police vehicles and his vehicle is well known by all federal state and local police forces as he is a high profile high visibility police chief that doesnt just sit behind a desk. I would venture to say that this attack is a retaliation for the Federal Police Chief announcing that the Federal Forces installed in Juarez will be recalled to Mexico City. This after a well publicized meeting with Juarez Mayor Murguia. It seems that as a strategy to clear Juarez of organized crime high profile and beat them back underground a primary target of this operation is to rid Juarez of some of its primary extorters, abducters, kidnappers, robbers, torturers, and above all executioners/assasins: Federal Police. No doubt that Laysaola had a say in this decision to pull out the Federal Police from Juarez. So maybe both of these government offices are at the services of the Sinaloa Cartel and this is just an internal struggle for operational supremacy akin to that going on in Durango that has Salgueiro pitted against the old guard. Or maybe its just that the Sinaloa Cartel cant take all the credit for every development and in fact somehow the Juarez local government does secretly favor La Linea hence the numerous incidents against Mayor Murguia and now Laysaola.

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  14. It looks like the government helping chapo in chihuahuas days are over.So much for taking control of Juarez nice try though chapo.Now it's time for the wave to come back
    my guess is that without the government helping chapo his gente nueva sicarios will be killed/kicked out of chihuahua.

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  15. I love when people who know what they are talking about post a lot of comments. Keep going.

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  16. Texcoco Mex said

    Anon July 26, 2011 2:55 PM You don't have to wait to visit a whore U.S have a hole bunch of whores all over the country waiting for someone like you.

    impulsado I don't think Leyzaola work for Sinaloa, el Teo try to killed him 3 times in Tijuana.

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  17. @6:18
    That is a literal translation and it wont make any sense

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