Reporting on the Mexican Cartel Drug War

Chapo Isidro: A History

Monday, July 9, 2012 |


  By ACI for Borderland Beat


Of all of the narcos roaming freely around Mexico few bring to mind the outlaws of old more so than Chapo Isidro Meza Flores.  From the mountains, he and his band control one of the last hold outs of the Beltran Levya Cartel in Sinaloa.  He controls most of the ranches and farms which produce significant quantities of both opium and marijuana for the Beltran Levya/Zeta alliance.   His base of operations is in Guasave and surrounding villages, and is, and has become one of the most important lieutenants of Hector Beltran Levya, the last of the brothers who has avoided both death and capture.  There was a recent shift in power however when one of his top men Adelmo "EL Lemo" Nuñez , betrayed him and went to work for Chapo Guzman.  That's when all hell broke loose, the battle still rages as we speak.  This war between Isidro and Adelmo "EL Lemo" Nuñez, will continue till either one is arrested, dies or disappears.

To understand how he and his cohorts have been able to outwit and outmaneuver several military offensives against them, one must understand the geography of the area.  Northern Sinaloa is in the heart of the "Golden Triangle" the term used to describe Mexico's drug producing region.  The mountainous region seems defiant of gravity, rugged and steep, beautiful and lush from a distance, it is hard to see the secrets hidden here and this  place has many secrets.

Some of the roads are treacherous to navigate, they hug precariously to the sides of their mountains, steep cliffs and narrow valleys dot the landscape.  Offering many opportunities to ambush or outmaneuver the military.  Most places have only a couple points of entrance and can be secured using a fairly small quantity of men.  With much of the area cut off due to geography, getting from one area to another can be a daunting task.  Many mountains can only be hiked by foot and the vegetation and rock outcroppings offer ample places to hide what may need to be hidden.     

High up in the Sierras, where isolation is a part of life, a culture emerged.  One born out of self reliance and hardship, centered on the ruggedness of living in the harsh and unforgiving Sierras.  The culture had little care for the authorities which offered them little in return.  Outsiders are not welcome here, even without the cartel threats most locals would treat you the same, an outsider, someone who does not belong and is not to be trusted.  A kind of Robin Hood bravado holds in the air, as the locals quietly praise those who went against the government.  These criminals or outlaws were often related to many of those who called this place home.  The locals never saw the harm in letting these men get one over on a government, which they only saw as inept and corrupt.  Out of this environment were born many of the narcos you read about today. 

Chapo Isidro was no stranger to the world of the cartels, having been involved since at least the early nineties.  It is said Chapo Isidro began his climb up the cartel corporate ladder working under the Amado Carrillo Fuentes Organization.  He was one of many who abandoned Juarez after The Lord of the Skies died.  He left and began working under the Beltran Levya Brothers.  With time he proved himself to be a skilled sicario, capable of daring, cunning and bravado.  A skilled tactician with an eye for details, Chapo Isidro has had many successful operations which have propelled him to the status of the outlaws of old.  These small groups which outsmarted the government again and again, making a mockery of those who attempted to capture them are alluring to the poor and disenfranchised.
 
El Mochomo
Many left the Beltrans when Arturo was killed to follow “La Barbies” faction but Chapo Isidro seems to have remained fiercely loyal to the Beltrans. There may also a connection between him and Vicente Carrillo Fuentes or Viceroy of the Juarez Cartel as well.  Since Isidro Meza Flores worked for his brother, there is no reason to doubt the rumor.  Due to the alliance with Beltran Levya and Los Zetas, one can assume they have continued to boaster this arrangment as both groups stand to gain from destroying the Sinaloan Cartel.

His group was the one of a few groups who starred in "The Battle" of Burrion where they confronted a group of sicarios backed by Chapo and Mayo.  Some say some fifty trucks belonging to “Los Anthrax” a cell that operates under El Mayo Zambada went looking for revenge for the killing of Pancho Arce, they blamed Isidro and his Mazatlecos.  Once again Chapo Isidro was the victor and it is said that many in that convoy never returned home.  Isidro and his people earned the new title, "The Nightmare of Los Anthrax."
X Marks the Spot

His group also played a major role in the famous shootout in Tubutama, Sonora, where he and El Gilo annihilated another group of gunman from the Sinaloa Cartel.  The Sinaloan Cartel sent  Felix the Ice Cream Man, Raúl Sabori, Paéz Soto, Nini Beltrán and Los Jabalí and Jose Vásquez’s men to take El Gilo out, it is said that they rode in a convoy of thirty to forty vehicles, all notoriously marked with the letter X on the windows.  Some say there were upwards of a hundred Sinaloan gunmen, all with the aim of taking out the Beltran Levya’s last remaining transit routes through Sonora.  What the convoy never anticipated was the ambush Chapo Isidro and El Gilo had set in place for them.





When the convoy approached a narrow pass in the road, gunmen from the Beltran Levya blocked off both sides of the road and unloaded an arsenal on the convoy.  It was utter destruction, bodies laid strewn across the road, vehicles pot marked with bullet holes, tires flat, blood caked to the interior.  Some of the gunmen were only able to make it a few feet from their vehicles before being cut down.  It was like shooting fish in a barrel.

El Shaka

Also his group was responsible for the murder of King Castro one of the leaders of the Sinaloa cartel, as well as the of the singer Sergio Vega (El Shaka.)  The killing of the singer occurred only hours after he joked on the radio of avoiding another attempt on his life, he died on a highway as he was heading out to organize a show he was going to perform.

The group also ambushed a group of judicial police, leaving 7 dead.

The Dead in Nayarit

In May of 2011 there was a major clash of gunmen in Nayarit leaving another twenty nine Sinaloa Cartel gunmen dead.  While not attributed to his group it bears all the hallmarks of a Chapo Isidro ambush.  Authorities claimed the killers were Zetas, however accounts by those who knew of the situation, stated that is not entirely correct.  While some Zetas were present, they were only assisting the Beltran Levya in the operation, which was being overseen by Chapo Isidro.


This group is also responsible for the ambush of the Secretary of Public Safety in Sinaloa, where they killed 11 PEP officers and 1 civilian, in a shocking display of power.  This ambush shocked most of the country and forced the government to reevaluate the security of their officials.

Sinaloa's Governor
They also placed several blankets around Sinaloa, directed at the Governor and call attention to supposed corruption, which was bias towards the Sinaloa Cartel.

There have numerous clashes in the mountains surrounding Choix that have been attributed to Chapo Isidro.  This may well in fact be his last stand.  He seems to have had internal conflict with a man called El Lemo, who apparently used to work for Isidro but now works for the Sinaloans.  Much of the fighting in this area can be attributed to this, which has now claimed at least seventy lives in the past few months.  It has become clear that Chapo Isidro has received help from the Los Zetas organization.  The use of cloned vehicles, which arrived through the northern side of Sinaloa points a clear finger at Los Zetas involvement.
    
Dead found in and around Choix
This including killing numerous member of the elite police force which were lured into a trap by a false call to the authorities.  The phone call reported that there had been a car accident, when the police arrived they were attacked from all sides, the tactics for this ambush fits with the militarization Los Zetas has fostered in the Cartel Wars.   
Cloned Police vehicle in Choix


They have also been blamed for the forced evictions of several families thought to be colluding with Sinaloa Cartel.  They have also taken some families hostage, taken food and water and have basically been hiding in the surrounding mountains, coming down to resupply, then returning to their mission of rooting out the traitors, El Lemo in particular.   The fighting around Choix has continued and the military has sent in a second offensive to try and root out the criminals.  The outcome of this is likely to resemble the last attempt to root of Isidro’s men, with the criminal element vanishing into the mountains only to return again once the military has left.

It can also be assumed his group was also responsible for the recent incursions by the Zetas into Culiacán.  The messages attributed to Z-40 recently, which were directed at El Chapo Guzman were likely the work of Chapo Isidro.  While most bandits are despised while alive, they grow into legend as time progresses.  Many of the outlaws from both Mexico and the United states have become famous, from Billy the Kid, to Jesus Maverde.  Not to say Chapo Isidro is some robin hood like figure, quite the contrary, he steals from the poor, takes advantage of those most vulnerable, but history has a funny way of distorting the truth.  He has earned his place within the cartel world, which often turns evil men into folk hero's; stories of those who fought against governments that most see as corrupt and inept, and to make something for themselves. This should in no way validate the atrocities of these men, but history likes repeating itself and Mexico has already laid the groundwork.

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58 Borderland Beat Comments:

Anonymous said...

A good article, Chapo Isidro has truely been a nightmare for CDS. He and his gunmen sure seem to be very tactical, they have taken out several members of the Antrax and GN organization. Curiousty has always struck as to how much power and people he controls. He has to have a firm stronghold cause he doesn't seem to be fading anytime soon. Anyone with true insight in Sinaloa to chime in?

Anonymous said...

What is the obsession with the Beltran leyvas? They are done!!!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for interesting article!

Anonymous said...

The famous battle of el Burrion was in 2008, after Chapo's group took by siege Navolato, they launched an attack to Guasave but they were intercepted in a gas station by Arturo's forces. El Burrion has been place of many blattles because El Chapo Isidro always enters to Guamúchil to attack, and on his retreat to Guasave, followed by El Cholo Ivan´s men, clash in Burrion were Isidro has mens to cover him up.
But that of 2008 is the fomous one.

The people dead in Sonora were not Antrax. Antrax is a small group, they only has presence in Culiacán, and are very numbered, not more than 20 and i think they are a lot. Ppl often confuse them with el Comando X because the stupid kids on the net who always start talking about Antrax when a sinaloa cartel member is killed. In a Comando X's incursion may have a few Antrax as coordinators or leaders but never as a strike force. The Antrax are young mens who lives the life of rich kids, almos always they kill, it is because personal problems,but they are there when el Mayo need them. I describe the Antrax as Mayo's version of Ramon's NarcoJuniors.

El H2, Beltrán strong men in Nayarit was responsible for the ambush in Ruiz, with Zeta assistance, but not all of them were chapos, H2 also lost men in that battle at least 4 men were from Guatemala, Zetas are very known for recruit central americans.

Kronos°

Anonymous said...

Do you know more about "El Gilo"? He supposed to be a scary dude... Great job ACI!...-CHIVO

Anonymous said...

Chapo Isidro AkA el Mata Antrax... If it wasn't for the government helping Chapo Guzman and Mayo this guy would the king of Mexico.. cause he has cajones.. he doesn't use the goverment against his rivals.. MUY chingones, agan un corrido para los Antrax ahora... Digan cuantos madrasos el Chapo isidro les a dado

Anonymous said...

This was one hell of a story i really enjoyed it.... very good man keep up the good work... i would like to hear more of el chapo isidro where is he from Sinaloa Guasave? Make a movie of el Chapo Isidro.....

Anonymous said...

Thanks ACI. Like usual your research is top notch and your writing style is very good at keeping the readers attention while staying straightforward and concise.

-Johnnyozone

Anonymous said...

Bravo sir! Bravo! Excellent article!

Anonymous said...

No Que muy chingones

Anonymous said...

Fantastic article. And to whoever wrote that the BL is done I am going to disagree. I think they were all but finished for a while but under El H they seem to be making a serious comeback and with Chapo Isidro, and the other BL capos/sicarios that are still around. The BL, in my opinion had the best group of capos/sicarios. El H, Arturo, La Barbie, El Indio, La Mano Con Ojos, El Gilo, etc were probably the best collection of talent. Granted CDS with Chapo, Mayo, and Azul have the best leadership, but those guys with the BL were nasty, and now the guys who learned from them are running the show. Isidro, and El H are very good at what they do.

Anonymous said...

El gilo is dead. He was killed like 2 month ago we some of his people. And they said he was killed by chapo Guzman man

Anonymous said...

I don't think the Beltrans are finished. One would think they have weakened but they are likely not finished. El H is still alive and kicking till he goes you can bet he is going to not let go his thrown or the legacy of the Beltrans. You have to understand, this is what these people are and strived to be. Nothing more and nothing less.

P2 said...

When I was reading this article I was seeing gun battles in my mind. Great article this is why I get on here.

Anonymous said...

12:29 Gilo is dead. He was killed in April.

J said...

But, where is the Beltran's income? Besides tienditas, and local drug sales? They hold no territory in Baja, no bordertowns, where is their US distribution? When is the last time a network in the US was dismantled? I don't think they are Familia Michoacan status, but close. They can still give cds a hard time in Sinaloa, Nayarit, whatever, but as a real trafficking force, they are washed, as I see no evidence to the contrary.

Anonymous said...

El Comando X Don't Exist compas

Anonymous said...

For all those Captain America types, especially that monkey who keeps saying that what's going on in Mexico is "Unprecedented", this has been going on for ages. In the early 80s Dennis Allen, of the infamous Pettingill Australian crime family,would dismember hell's angels using a chainsaw. Yeah, in "civilized" Australia. What about that crazy guy who kidnapped a whole bus load of little kids in "civilized" California back in the 70s? What's the difference if they hang dead people off a bridge when your most likely to die a violent death in the U.S. (since the statistics for a violent death are much higher than Mexico's) than in Mexico?

Anonymous said...

J, according to the article they say the Beltrans still control part of mexicos "golden triangle", so I assume they get their real income from that. As far as lack of major busts in the US, that doesnt necessarily they are not here. But law of numbers would say that they are not many or you would see more busts. Maybe they have arrangement with zetas, they produce it and zetas distribute? All just theories what do I know...

Anonymous said...

La pesadilla de los antrax. Sooner or later these culos get murked especially in mexicles. el 40, el chapo,lazcano,and mayo. we will soon be reading about your demise. And all you cartel sympathizers go to mundo narco and post your bullshit. Trust me i know im from n.laredooooo. All cartels valen berga. Viva mexico libre de ratas

Anonymous said...

@ J...They have strong ties south of Arizona and export for more than just themselves there. The Beltrans had huge respect with the Colombians and I doubt that dried up. But remember, heroin is the most expensive by weight of any of the drugs and if Isedro has enough of the territory, that is huge not to mention the weed crop pays all the salaries. But most of all, they are just tougher than Sinaloa and much more battle ready. Sinaloa believes that if they sing a song about you being a badass, your enemy will run when they see you. A whole lot of the BL support and alliance comes from respect for Mochomo (The King).

Anonymous said...

@ J. Besides tienditas and local drug sales which brings them millions of dollars, I think they also get money off supplying Los Zetas with marijuana. I think they hold down territory in Sonora and some of the border towns there as controlled by them (Gilo).

Anonymous said...

Things are really heating up around el fuerte and choix. Even today major gun battles on the road to Los Michis. Where are the military? Little chapo is right in the middle of it and he and his people are not hard to find. Mexico fix the problem!!!

Anonymous said...

@ J- Beltran Leyva bust in April 2012 with report indictment.

Some of the local meth/heroin/cocaine suppliers nabbed in a series of raids last month by federal law enforcement groups had direct ties to Mexico's notorious Beltrán-Leyva Cartel, according to recently-unsealed court documents.

As Seattle Weekly first reported earlier this month, federal agents arrested more than 40 people from around the Puget Sound on March 28 and 29, netting 50 pounds of drugs, $190,000 cash, and 31 guns. The roundup was the culmination of two lengthy investigations that used informants to infiltrate a network of "sub-groups" and "sub-cells" that imported dope from Mexico via California and Arizona, and sent untold millions in cash back across the border.

When one of the mid-level pushers was arrested, he allegedly confessed to DEA agents he came to Seattle as a 16-year-old when, "They brought me here and showed me how to sell drugs." Court documents don't specify who "They" are, and spokespeople for the DEA and U.S. Attorney's Office declined to elaborate. But reading between the lines, it was obvious the dealer was employed by one of Mexico's omnipotent drug cartels. Now, after another batch of court documents became public last week, we finally know which one.

A criminal complaint against Noe Magelleon-Miranda -- a mid-level meth and heroin dealer based in Pacific, a small town just south of Auburn -- says he was affiliated with a group that "trafficked narcotics and firearms for high ranking members of the Beltrán-Leyva cartel, based out of the Gabriel Leyva Solano/Los Mochis area of Sinaloa, Mexico."

Magelleon-Miranda, known by his nickname "Cascaras," was a minor cog in the vast narco machine. He reported to the relative of a local capo named Victor Berrelleza-Leal, aka "Don Victor," who would allegedly use cars with hidden compartments to smuggle multiple kilos of meth and heroin up from California. The heroin was cut with "a sugar mixture" before it was sold, increasing its value so those hidden compartments could be stuffed with cash -- up to $400,000 per shipment -- and sent back south. The money was allegedly laundered into accounts that once belonged to "The Boss of Bosses."

Arturo "El Jefe de Jefes" Beltrán-Leyva was formerly the leader of the organization allied with the powerful Sinaloa Cartel. After a series of betrayals -- Arturo was killed in a shootout with Mexican marines, and his brother Alfredo wound up in Mexican prison -- the cartel is said to have lost some of its clout. It is now led by yet another Beltrán-Leyva brother, Hector, who, according to the stellar drug war reporters at Borderland Beat, also created a splinter faction "best known for having employed a 12-year-old gunman and executioner."

Fortunes for the Beltrán-Leyvas certainly did not improve with the wave of Seattle arrests, which presumably crippled their local distribution network. At least 30 men, including "Don Victor," are now under federal indictment for money laundering, and conspiracy to distribute meth and heroin. Sadly, another organization will inevitably step up to supply the insatiable local demand. As the bust here shows, the degrees of separation between Seattle and Sinaloa are unnervingly few.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/89539437/Noe-Magelleon-Miranda-Indictment

anal sphincter said...

I believe that El Chapo isidro is an underrated tactition! and is the main reason the tiranicle CDS underestimates his ability. As for people saying that the Beltran Leyvas are done that is highly doubtful. I actually believe El Chapo Guzman and Mayo have there days numbered due to the fact that everyone knows they work with U.S and Mexican authorities on trying to take over the Mexican drug trade. By them working with U.S they will slowly loose all credability with the ground troops! as this is seen as being a traitor to cartel principals. We also have to remember that El Chapo isidro is backe by Los Zetas witch are number one in militery tactics and intelegence also in the mix Cartel de Juarez and La Linea bitallion have jumped on the banwagon to rid Mexico of its Tiranical cartel leaders from the CDS. This fight all started because Guzman hated the fact that Arturo Beltran Leyva "the Boss of Bosse's" made a pact with the Zetas to stop the violence in mexico and shorty didnt like that so he started snitching everyone out. lets hope el chapo and the new aliance can slow shortys roll so that Mexico returns to0 being manageable!

Anonymous said...

I also agree, BL have taken arguably the most major hits in recent years but they are far from done. Arturo and Hector were major wholesale suppliers arguably again multimillionaires. The Jefe died but his assets were never seized, as long as you have paper you can buy disposable soldiers and still buy product to ship north.They obviously have a still have a few loyal players with them. They are no where near CDS status as of today but they when Arturo lived we're the Jefes de las plazas.
Saludos

Anonymous said...

WELL THIS GUY IS ONE THE BEST FOR EL H TUBUTAMA STORY IS WRONG IT WASNT LOS ANTRAX IT WAS HITMEN OFE EL CHAPO IT WAS EL NEGRO SABORI AND THE PAREDES THEY WHERE GOING TO TAKE OVER TUBUTAMA, ABOUT TWO MONTHS AGO GENTE NUEVA KILLED EL GILO OR AKA M7 IT WOULD OFF BEEN BIGGER NEWS ACCEPT THE BATTLE OFF CHOIX WAS GOING ON. TODAY CHAPO ISIDRO GETS A LITTLE WEAKER AFTER CONFIRMED REPORTS OF JUAN PABLO "EL 100" WAS KILLED BY MUNICIPAL POLICE IN EL FUERTE SINALOA HE IS THE PLAZA LEADER FOR LOS MOCHIS PEOPLE ACT LIKE ISIDRO PEOPLE DONT GET KILLED BY EL CHAPO THEY BE GETTIN KILLED EN LA 15 BY GUAMUCHIL & GUASAVE EL CHOLO IVAN LE ROMPE CASAS DE SEGURIDAD JUST CAUSE THEY DONT HAVE CORRIDOS THERE NOT FAMOUS SO WHEN THEY KILLED THERE MEN NOBODY KNOWS BECAUSE THEY ARE VERY DISCREET THEY LIKE TO AMBUSH BUT THEY DONT HAVE BALLS TO COME IN A CARAVAN LIKE CHAPO DID IN BAMOA OR ELSE THEY WOULD LOOSE PEOPLE OH WAIT THAT HAPPEN IN CHOIX HOW THAT GO!!

Anonymous said...

Good article. What ever happened to Macho Prieto? Is he still alive? Is Mexicali that well secured under his watch?

J said...

I thought that Seattle area cell/sub group was La Familia, I was wrong, if it was the Beltrans. Ok, I still say they are highly marginalized, I appreciate the information though.

Even so, that was mid level distribution cells, nothing like cds recent indictments, where they are talking about millions of dollars, and thousands of pounds of weed, alone.

Look in Baja, CDS/CAF loses 150 kilos, 300 there, 15 million here, and it hurts them, definitely, but those are my examples of the kind of business they are doing.

No one, at least not me, is saying they have been completley eradicated, or have ceased to exist, but they are a long way from 2008/2009. El H has his money, and there are families forever embedded in areas, loyal to Beltrans, you don't just erase it, but they seem to be boxed in, confined locally, for the most part. If El Gilo was their last holdout in Sonora, who runs Beltran work through Arizona?

Anonymous said...

This little bastard isidro is good but his luck is too run out soon, Id say within six months hes captured or dead.

Anonymous said...

It will be interesting to see as the information comes out what cartels are in fact up there fighting. We know CDS is there and we know BL is there, but I am wondering if the CDG is also there with CDS and Zetas are there with BL. I have to say that from a strictly violence lever the Zetas and BL probably have the advantage, but from the money, man power, government protection side the CDS and CDG are years ahead of the other side.

Anonymous said...

Not to mention El mochomo when he gets out soon,since.the us doesn't want him.

Anonymous said...

Your an idiot the have direct connections to coke suppliers.

Anonymous said...

My opinion Chapo Isidro is gonna end up been the boss of bosses... This guy is all about the business.. and he's the only one whopping Chapo Guzmans ass... He's the ONLY real threat to the CDS...

Anonymous said...

I`m in north europe so I`m sort of on the outside looking in. And one thing bothers me, besides all the mexicans who have to deal with this crazyness on their doorsteps; USA. I feel a need to poke big old uncle America and say psst, dude, I know you`re busy with Iran and Afghanistan and probably 15 more places, but you really need to check your neighbour. Seriously, just have a look over there, you`re the biggest drug consumer in the world, most of it is shipped from and thru your neighbour, there`s a war on your border, what the hell are doing these days anyway? Are you getting old or something?

I tried to imagine what would happen if the country next to mine was Mexico as it is now,and I`m sure we would invade, we would storm over the border screaming and fighting. Its either that or wait until its on our side of the border, and that doesn`t work.

Anonymous said...

I read some of the comments on another article that BL were unhappy with Zs, is that true?? And also is Chapo's crew such bad-asses that people get extremely excited when an article pops up stating how his people took hits?? I just read the article quickly, but weren't most of these defeats suffered by chapo last year? I guess everything will play out how its supposed to, when all is set and done.

Anonymous said...

All sounds very glamorous banditos and all that crap, until you remember these subhuman ***holes don't think anything of ripping people's arms off with chain saws. They should be charged with crimes against humanity and executed if found guilty, they are a cancer in society

Anonymous said...

somebody needs to post up an article about el gilo dying and also juan pablo el 100 being killed

Anonymous said...

Rumors are BLO are upset with some of the tactics the Z"s have has, but what can they do. It's really their strongest ally against CDS.

The only one who really controlled the Z"s in some occasions was Arturo when he lived. Although one crazy mofo he demanded respect and the Z"a gave it to them and there is no denying that.

Mexico has to chose who to take out, taking out some of the biggest capos in recent years has only caused so many rifts in the jungle.

Anonymous said...

who do the Beltrans have left in Sonora, lost Gilo and one of the Beltran nephews up there his name skips me. Panchillo 2000 was captured when he was chased out by Macho Prieto to Chiwawis. petty much all betrans should be looked at as Zetas. Even in Naya el H2 has not been seen in a while after it was said he was killed. Gente Nueve moving in quick on Naya. Beltrans, Carillos are done they will all either turn Zetas or join back with CDS. Even Aztecas in Juarez have figured out who wearing the crown in Juarez.

Anonymous said...

yeap el 100 died

-tyrone-

Arm Chair said...

Heard about Gilos death, not the frist time its been reported he died. If anyone has anymore info on El Gilo besides the couple articles that came out a couple months back, feel free to email me armchair404@gmail.com.

Anonymous said...

Yes he is dead. There were no articles because it was not a big shootout. The jabalines camped in cerro prieto for days waiting for them. Gilo was riding an four wheeler and he was being followed by around 15 o his gunmen. As soon as they saw him they shot at him hitting him on the arm and as he tried to run they shot him in the head the rest of the gunmen were also killed. It is a known fact that he is dead since they dragged his body all through magdalena since everybody around there hated him. The one in charge now is his brother adrian

Anonymous said...

If the BL cartel is done? Who is Snitchaloa fighting? Its funny how theres sooo many SNITCHALOA CHEERLEADERS out there like they're so tough or mean. They are all shit but at least the Zetas and BL dont run from a fight. Zetas and BL fight till the death. El jefe de jefes was killed in a gun fight just like el 100 and the rest. Facts are facts! Nuts are Nuts gentlemen and quit believing those dumbass corridos on the radio. If Chapo and Lazca were to go toe to toe like men we know who would win. Thats why they never put his name in a manta. Pussies!! Like I said before a good cartel is a dead one.

Anonymous said...

After avoiding the videos of murder(what possible reason can anyone have for looking at them other than voyeurism?) and reading these comments as if it were the strategies of football teams being discussed and not the actions of sociopaths. What was once informed journalism is just a sexed up apology for crime. Shame on you. I won't be coming back

Anonymous said...

Hey stupid they're fighting zetas there is no more bl they' re done. So much for going down fighting their people still became bitches to the Zs. Pinches putas, go take stupid snitch bullshit comments stick'em up ur ASS. They all snitch fuk head.

Anonymous said...

So what pary of that guys comment angered you? the cheerleader, the snitchaloa,or the lasca and chapin going toe to toe. I've read alot of your posts and if ain't glorifying cds you become a cheer monster. Either you are a teen or a weirdo tryin to somehow be patted on the back by other cartel cheer staff. This a real problem people are being killed. Toda gente vinculada al narcotrafico merece la muerte......

Anonymous said...

July 12, 2012 9:56 AM
"What was once informed journalism is just a sexed up apology for crime. Shame on you. I won't be coming back"?How would you want violent crime reported?
My god,how can you report on the Mexican situation WITHOUT reporting on violence?Are you people for real?
Are you really that sheltered?What do you do when you see the news?Avert your eyes?
"Shame on you. I won't be coming back"
That is your choice in a democracy,can we have a choice?If that is alright with you that is.
You have pathetic phony sentiments with no basis in reality.This is reality,deal with it.You have a choice,let the majority have theirs.

Anonymous said...

Is it true that El Chapo Isidro is only in his 20s??

They say he is around 28 years old.

or am I wrong?

Anonymous said...

These narcos seem very competitive.

Great Job this article was super interesting.

Anonymous said...

Hahaha! I thought the Snitchaloa controlled their state CHEERLEADER? Like the the manta said " hasta en su pinche cocina!". This just proves that people do believe those dumbass corridos written by CHICANAS. I go to all part of Northern Mexico and you dont hear anything about those Foos. Its all about La Letra and other foos.

Anonymous said...

Nada q ver el grupo d Ramon Arellano , con los antrax,un junior es adinerado d nacimiento , esos chinolas son morros con hambre, un narcojunior era poder , elegancia , gentes entrenadas en israel,vestian trajes y zapatos d lo mejor, no se vestian d soldados, ni se inventaban rangos militares. Dos mundos totalmente opuestos.

Anonymous said...

I really like the snitchaloa nickname people came up with.all this bullshit with big narcos going down is all too evident that there are alot of snitches, you dont see this goin on with the russian mafia,italian mafia..ect..this PROBLEM has gotten out of control and calderons stupid strategy hasnt and will not work. Mexico deserves and should strive to be the country it once was..

Anonymous said...

For your information, chapo didn't go anywhere in no caravan. Maybe he sent some of his people in a caravan, but I doubt he was rolling with them. Isidro gets up in the mix when it comes time to clash. Atleast that's the understanding I have.

Anonymous said...

This foo has balls

AMERICASNIGHTMARE said...

Im glad people are finally taking interest in what has been happening in MEXICO since icould remember... But still i seeno action its an interesting topic nodout but to the entire country n now surrounding countries the threat is all to real...

AMERICASNIGHTMARE said...

Im glad people are finally taking interest in what has been happening in MEXICO since icould remember... But still i seeno action its an interesting topic nodout but to the entire country n now surrounding countries the threat is all to real...

Anonymous said...

El Cartel De Sinaloa Is King! And for all you haters that call them snitches, F@#K YOU!!!! since El Cartel De Sinaloa took over territory in Chihuahua from la Linea. The Linea was extorting money from Families, Teachers at schools and Small Business that barely made ends meet. And killing anybody that didn't pay the Cuota. El Chapo Guzman and his people took care of all these good for nothing scum. His people, call them what you want, but they show respect and don't use fear tactics to control people in thier territory. Don't hate Chapo Guzman because he's better a politics than the other Cartels.

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