Through narco-banners, the cartel of the brothers "Carrillo Fuentes," denounced the arrest and protection "by the government" of a boss who was admitted to the hospital Cima of the state capital of Chihuahua and reclaimed the plaza that had been their territory for decades.
This is the second time the narco-banners appeared were they publicize the return of the extinct cartel that was founded by the cartel kingpin Amado Carrillo Fuentes, aka "The Lord of the heavens" or "El señor de los cielos."
The first appearance of the banners was made on August 26 in various parts of the city were they placed banners signed by Cesar Carrillo Leyva, who apperas to be the son or close relative to the late drug lord Amado Carrillo Fuentes, founder of the Juarez Cartel.
Yesterday they launched a new set of banners where they made threats in response to the reopening of a recreation center.
In the above mentioned banners they warned their rivals who control the plaza after the arrest of Jose Antonio Acosta Hernandez "El Diego" right arm of the cartel.
The first banners and graffiti were discovered on the boulevard Vicente Lombardo Toledano, at Pacheco and Ponce de Leon, in a ballpark, Palestina Street, at 59 and Melchor Guaspe, and in the street Maria Elena Hernandez.
Carrillo Leyva calls himself "El Gato" and he threatens the current cartel working in the state.
It was unofficially confirmed that this is the same person who is originally from Navolato, Sinaloa.
The names correspond to the sons of the drug lord Amado Carrillo Fuentes and nephews of Vicente Carrillo Fuentes, the current leader of the Juarez cartel.
The graffiti was found on the wall of a house on Palestina Street and another on the wall of the parking lot of the new baseball stadium south of the city.
The message was all the same, threatening the current cartel and announcing the presence of a new boss of the plaza in Chihuahua.
On Monday a new banner signed by the Carrillo Leyva brothers, saying that they were going to take down people inside the Drive Inn if it's reopened.
According to sources in the Ministerial police this is a sign that close relatives to the "Lord of Heaven" are coming to Chihuahua from Sinaloa after the loss of bosses in Chihuahua.
This will ensure the criminal structure of the Juarez cartel in rearranging the organization with close family members along with close friends to avoid losing complete confidence in the plaza of Chihuahua, that is being disputed by the Sinaloa cartel led by Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman since January 2008, when clashes between the criminal organizations intensified.
According to unofficial reports from the authorities, violence between the two sides will continue to grow and it has been established that by March 2012, the state should be in total control through-out the state.
Plaza bosses arrested within a month
The narcobanners were secured by the police and taken to the C4.
If you recalled that in late 2004 control of the Juarez cartel was assumed by Ricardo Garcia Urquiza until his arrest in Mexico City in November 2005 and was replaced by Vicente Carrillo Fuentes, alias The Viceroy.
On April 1, 2009 Vicente Carrillo Leyva was arrested, he was the son of Amado Carrillo Fuentes also a leader of this organization. He was order to be held for 40 days to determine his legal status.The Juarez cartel currently maintains a violent rivalry with the group called "Gente Nueva" or "New People," who is the arm wing of the Sinaloa cartel and are in a total brutal war for control of the territory of Chihuahua.
One of the leaders of the Juarez cartel was José Antonio Acosta Hernandez, "El Diego," who was arrested by Federal Police in the state capital. He was the mastermind of the Villas de Salvárcar masscre, in addition he was an agent for the PGJE in the Anti-Kidnapping task force from 1999 until 2007. Authorities had offered 15 million pesos to anyone giving information leading to his capture.
After his arrest at the end of July, another leader emerged that was identified as Jesus Antonio Rincón Chavero "El Tarzán" or "El Coman2."
But that leader did not last long as plaza boss for the cartel in the state capital, he was arrested by the Mexican Army only hours after he was publicly named the successor of El Diego.
After his arrest the Prosecutor General's Office announced that he was linked to extortion activities, as well as a number of executions and is said to be cooperating with investigators.
Rincón Chavero was ultimately turned over to the Attorney General's Office.
"El Tarzán" is linked to the deaths of four guards at the drive inn La Cerva in the city of Chihuahua, the same place where a couple of days earlier a Ministerial Police had also been executed.
At the time of his arrest in the community of Paseos de Chihuahua, north of the city, he was in possession of a long gun, six magazines, 103 rounds of ammunition, 22 packages of cocaine, 73,500 pesos, 4,000 US dollars, a luxury car, seven cell phones and communication equipment.
Source: El Mexicano