Sunday, August 28, 2011

El Loko Taken Down


We had been following an incident that happened last Thursday in Cadereyta, Nuevo León where the Mexican military had received an anonymous tip that several sicarios had been seen travelling in two vehicles, both Mazdas. The sequence of events reported was that when the sicarios were surprised by the military, they opened fire, which generated a gunfight between the sicarios and military at a ranch in the region.

The military managed to kill three of the sicarios, while two others managed to escape. The military secured three AK-47 style long guns, a shotgun, ammunition and magazines.

There have been preliminary reports that one of the sicarios killed was no other than El Loko. He was described as heavy set, about 200 pounds and was wearing a green shirt and Bermuda shorts. The military believes that it might be El Loko and the Attorney General's Office did confirm that the man killed was in fact El Loko.

The military had intitially suspected the man to be El Loko based on the fact that his name was written on the sun visor and the trunk of one of the vehicles. On the walls of the ranch military observed the letter "Z" written in yellow paint. The military believe that the ranch was used by the sicarios as a safe house.

El Loko is plaza boss in Allende and Cadereyta for Los Zetas. He is known to be a brutally violent sicario that has participated or has been linked to some gruesome executions.
One of the executions he was responsible for was the dismemberment of two half sisters; one was Katia Cavazos Castillo, 24 years of age and niece of the State Secretary of Social Development and former Mayor of Allende, Aurora Juana Cavazos. The other female, Kendy Cavazos Caballero, was also niece of the politician. On Agust 3, 2011 14 municipal police officers had been detained and six of them admitted turning over the girls to El Loko and said they were on his payroll.



Source: http://www.lapoliciaca.com/nota-roja/cae-abatido-el-loko-por-militares-el-asesino-de-las-sobrinas-de-funcionaria-en-nl/

21 comments:

  1. Texcoco Mex said.

    Well I'm happy to know this mother fucker is dead. This is the person who killed Katia Cavazos Castillo and Kendy Cavazos Caballero.

    I will say thanks to the Mexican military.

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  2. Another Zeta boss dies and that's one less rat running around.

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  3. Mexican Military prevails again, WOOT WOOT! Keep fighting hard and keep up the good work.

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  4. hope you are in hell getting dismembered by the devil and his demons ...lets kill the zetas lets start a paramilitary against them not a cartel a organized battalion of armed civilians and if the army wants war too we will give them whos with me????? I know a bunch of military dudes who will train us in urban warfare for money ....

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  5. too bad somebody didn't get to cut him up alive ..that would have been real loko...

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  6. Typical Mexican! He gets a can of paint or a sharpie, and he has to write his name all over everything he sees! Way to keep up the negative stereotype, you dead ass pile of shit!

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  7. I hope he is in hell and paying for his crimes. Another soul for satan to torment for eternity.

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  8. Thank god this piece of shit is dead any man who would chop up an innocent person is not "Loko" he's a pussy

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  9. Makes me happy to know that they put that fat Zeta to sleep.

    Goodnight El Loko. Sweet Dreams.

    zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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  10. I'm sure the car was stolen, but who draws all over their interior and trunk like that? He must of had the mental capacity of a fourth grader.

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  11. Wonder how many people will fight it out to take fatboy's place at the trough, and how many others will die in the process?

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  12. I don't really like when cartels give people with street gang background the power, this is why Monterrey and Juarez is brutal. The street gangs make the situation a lot worse, I would like for BB to publish an article about American street gang culture making the situation in Mexico a lot worse. Also people this "EL Loko" guy isn't a Zeta boss, he was more like a cell leader.

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  13. "In hell for eternity" Was it worth it?....whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap...why will these guys not learn that greed and murder doesn't give you happiness in life even if you do get wealthy...if these criminal put 1/10th the time helping people instead of killing them, Mexico would be an awesome country.

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  14. HAHAHAHA!! you reap what you sow fatboy Loko!

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  15. 4 14 your right american streetgang culture is making things worses. They ride in bullet proof trucks, in charge of plazas, fight gov agencies till death and chop off heads just like any gang here in the u.s. Cartel power and corruption has nothing to do with it right?

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  16. @ August 29,2011, Everybody knows that modern street gangs were created in the U.S, minorities made groups to protect themselves from whites, racism and prejudice, these same groups evolved into the modern street gangs. The Bloods and Crips era(thanks to the media) exported the "gangsta" culture to many countries, it's funny how Mexican street gangs, favelas in Brazil, Central America all started or emulate American street gangs. Monterrey, Tijuana and Juarez were notorious for their street gangs but now the narcos are using these street gangs to commit murder and order crime. Funny how street gangs in Mexico only exist in the border and big cities like Monterrey but in the rest of the country there are no street gangs.

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  17. @ August 31, 2011 9:36 PM

    there were street gangs in ancient Rome you can take your anti white racist shit and go on down the road with it i guess you missed that movie gangs of New York they were all white nice try closet racist

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  18. Hes not dead at all they taught they killed him but dey didnt

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  19. gringos pendejos. No se metan en asuntos que solo importa a mexico. ustedes dediquense a ver su pinche beis

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  20. ese no era loko!!!

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