Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Lazca Dead Knight Templar Again Asks for Help to End Z40

Borderland Beat
Comments Maxed out again on Lazca post 2. The "Ardilla" wedding photos with Lazca are in the video at bottom.

Other wars open as Heriberto Lazcano is killed

 
Rio Doce

The criminal group of Knights Templar reiterated his call for his allies to "eliminate" Miguel Angel Trevino Morales, The Z-40, who will assume sole leadership of Los Zetas.  Heriberto Lazcano Lazcano, The Lazca, was killed during a confrontation with members of the Navy in the state of Coahuila .
Through narcobanners placed at different points this morning states of Guerrero and Guanajuato, the criminal organization in Michoacán, called on Mexicans to unite to provide data to eliminate the Z-40 .
In Guerrero appeared banners in the municipalities of Atoyac de Alvarez, Jose Azueta, Union Isidoro Montes de Oca and Coyuca de Benitez,  in Guanajuato, in the municipalities of Acambaro, Jerécuaro, Coroneo, Tarandacuao, Apaseo the Great, and Yuriria Uriangato .
“Take the word of the Knights Templar: Treviño Morales face Z-40 is a terrorist and indiscriminate killer.
"Let all us  Mexicans  contribute data and together we can avoid the bloodshed that have brought these beasts  to our homes from evil Mexicans, all civilians unite for the good of Mexico, of our countrymen and show that together we are a great power. "
This makes the second call from Knights Templar to end the criminal group Zetas and  Z-40 .  Previously they  also placed narcobanners in municipalities of the Costa Grande presenting the same challenge.
Almost at the same time, in several municipalities in the south of the state were hung banners with messages similar to those that appeared in Guerrero, where calls to join the Knights Templar to fight and kill Miguel Angel Trevino, the Z 40 , which now is called the leadership of the Zetas.
The assistant attorney general in the region of Celaya, Armando Amaro Vallejo, said at a news conference that the messages were located in the municipalities of Acambaro, Jerécuaro, Coroneo, Tarandacuao, Apaseo the Great, and Yuriria Uriangato.

"The Squirrel" is the man in the bottom two photos.  His attorney released a statement  that the Squirrel identified  Lazca when the photos were shown to him.
Photos of Lazca at the wedding are in this video
 
"Groom"