Sunday, December 2, 2012

Caballeros Templarios Reveal Agreement With PRI Party

Posted on Borderland Beat Forum by "AJ"
 
The criminal group of Knights Templar revealed alleged agreements that helped the PRI  recover the state of Michoacán in the elections of November 11, 2011.
Through various banners placed in Michoacán and Guanajuato, said that the approach was direct collaborations with Governor Fausto Vallejo.
They note that the commitments made ​​during the elections in Michoacan were organized with campaign leaders, but did not divulge names.

"The last three generations of leaders have had ties to our organization, the Caballeros Templarios and La Familia Michoacana, the connections must be indirect, but solid." cited the messages addressed to the governor of Michoacan.

"In your case, you know there are important figures of the top level who not only sympathize with us but who have subsisted with us."

The banners asked Governor Vallejo to define his position in the criminal organization.

The banners also blamed the Governor for the recent assassination of the former Mayor of Tiquicheo, [Maria Santos Gorrostieta] which was claimed by the Templarios themselves.

They noted that the commitments made ​​during the election were held with PRI leaders of the campaign, but did not reveal any names.

"We as a group of outlaws were encouraged to show apathy towards the political party PAN by  important leaders that we had a mutual coordination with,  it was extensive, arduous and especially expensive."

According to these messages broadcasted in various parts of Michoacán, the aim of this strategy was to stop the PAN and assist PRI candidates.

The messages made by the Caballeros Templarios asked Governor Vallejo to repay the favors made during the electoral process.


Also in Guanajuato

Messages also were placed in Guanajuato, in the municipalities of Penjamo, Acambaro Cuerámaro, Jerécuaro, Celaya and Guanajuato.

The criminal organization, Caballeros Templarios stated that they supported, funded and mobilized people from the Vallejo campaign.

"We are doubtful of the commitments made ​​to us by the leaders of the PRI ", stated the message on the banner.

The cartel also noted that it was their duty  to  assure the PAN party would be defeated in the Michoacán governorship race.
The narco-banners accused the Vallejo family of sympathizing  with the Caballeros Templarios.

The cartel announced that there will be two more releases in banners, demanding that the PRI and the Governor of Michoacan keep their word to the Templarios.

"What is your position before this group officially battles with you?, Unofficially we are waiting for the fruits of our labor  from the (PRI) party, which for the moment we do not see. We know that before the media you must appear fair and impartial in fighting us,  but we unofficially have NO other choice after these months you been in office.", the Templarios stated  in one of their posts.
Source: REFORMA
Posted on BB Forum by "AJ" LINK HERE

31 comments:

  1. Les acian los mandados ahora le deven cabrones. Ahhh no me digan ke es una trampa. Cuidado ke el pri provpcara atacko y luego dara razon para atakar ah ellos. Estrategia gringeja mensa

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  2. I agree totally with CT on this one. They did their part
    and now they need to be taken care of. They have waited so patiently for thier load of new plastic helmets and they have yet to arrive. That's not right!

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    1. Haha good one!

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    2. Hey! I have 2 Captain America plastic helmets that belonged to my kids! If you send me their mailing address I will send them overnight via UPS, it's not fair that they go around without helmets.

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  3. OMG lol... country is a joke.

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    1. You're a joke,idiot!!

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  4. Lol agree with December 2, 2012 11:04AM but what about the dildos too other than the plastic helmets?

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  5. acutally the original spanish article states that the murder of Maria Santos was "disclaimed" by the Knights Templar. Not "claimed" as written here.

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  6. CT with the fucking jokes again... these fools can fall back on stand up comedy as a plan b if dope is ever legalized and they find themselves out of business one day or they run out of innocent people to murder and extort.

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  7. as for claimed or disclaimed. the original article stated claimed, but I questioned it also. however if you read the context...they said they worked for the governor and he had her killed. so who killed her? the governor himself? or CT?

    this is a reforma article is that where you read it? let me check...thank you!

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  8. Thank you BB for bringing us news fro bizarro world, the strange square planet. I know that these situations could never happen on earth. If criminals were to threaten and collude with the governments in public they would be wiped out on earth. Right?

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  9. Speaking of criminals colluding with the government, isn't that what we have in the good ol' USA? Goldman Sachs and all the big banks are a bunch of criminals and here we are bailing them out so they can ass fuck us again. We're no better than the Mexicans.

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    1. Goldman sachs isn't murdering people doofus.

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  10. Why would they come out and say this?They had an understanding with this political bitch,and now he not coming across with his end.I hope CT,give him a few more warnings,and if he doesn't stand by his commitment,kill the worthless bitch.
    Enriching his extended family at the expense of everyone else?Even though we know it goes on,it still amazes.So now it becomes clearer,Maria Santos Gorrostieta,was probably killed because she wasn't doing as she was told and making waves?Nice,really nice.Kill the best,and keep the shit?

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  11. It's an entertaining read but to belive it's contents would be idiotic.

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  12. These filthy Scum bag Rat CT Cult should be hunted down and killed on sight.
    Anyone in this Cult should me mutilated, destroyed and hung on the closest telephone ple by their home!

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  13. Cartels act like WWE wrestlers with their lame banners, calling people out and giving people 'information'. If you read them out loud with your best Macho Man Randy Savage voice, they are as entertaining as hell.

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  14. I'd like to know if these knights DID indeed kill the former Mayor of Tiquicheo, Maria Santos Gorrostieta. Will we ever know the truth?

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  15. Can anyone tell me how things are in Guanajuato? Regarding cartels operating there and dangerous areas where they are more active.

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  16. In my personal opinion, no government local, state or federal should make any type of agreement with any criminal organization. However, if that is the way it works in Mexico so be it. Peace for all.

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  17. @7:52 pm its pretty much CT territory (used to be Esparagoza Moreno's aka el Azul before he handed it to LFM couple years ago)- it seemed pretty peaceful back then

    With out getting too deep into it ill give you a geographic outline. anything north of dolores hidalgo is more than likely Z, south is CT. that zone is where you get fighting between Z and CT. in the southeast Acambaro area is LFM (who retain what it seems somewhat of non-agression with CT). Central and central south into Cuitzeo are CT. penjamo area in west is between Z's, Menchos, and CT who are fighting, commiting crimes and blaming it on eachother(do not travel these roads at night)

    reading El Sol del Bajio will get you familiarized with crime in the area.
    http://www.oem.com.mx/elsoldelbajio/



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  18. Guanajuato may be shifting.

    Remember it was just about two weeks ago that an assistant (?) attorney general for the State of Guanajuato was gunned down at 10AM in a major intersection of Leon. This went down right in front of a school with kids seeing the aftermath. Four sicarios were riding 2 motorcycles when they came up and killed him. Most people say the attorney generals office was coming down on the gangs and drug sales.

    It's sad but Leon & Guanajuato have been considered pretty safe places but even they may be changing.
    I recently met a very nice person from Leon and I'll be vague so as to protect them. Basically this person was telling me a family member was murdered in the last year - the reason was simple extortion. Within the industry in which they worked there is regular shake downs of people in their line of work. This guy didnt want to pay.

    In neither of the cases above does anyone expect anything too positive to come from the cops. Again, it is sad but Leon/Guanajuato may be in some trouble. Another rumor I just heard was that there was some new heat between La Familia Michoacan and the Zetas trying to get a foothold. Not a major battle but people are scoping things out as they say.

    El Juero

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    1. Where is this LFM and Z riff at? how are things in the rest of the state looking? I've heard of things happening in Celaya but I'd like to know about the areas closer to Morelia like Acambaro and the surrounding municipalities.

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  19. CT son comodines consolador correderas.

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  20. @12/2 4:19PM,

    Hey ass clown, why don't you try and stay focused! We are talking about the drug war in Mexico...not political corruption in the US. Your stupid comment has nothing to do with the article! So stop "trolling" with your anti- American rhetoric, which has little to do with Mexican drug cartels supporting, funding, and making agreements with PRI governmental leaders!

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  21. It blows my mind that these horrible murderers actually view themselves as good guys.

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  22. Maria was a goddess.

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  23. @12:13pm
    in the triangle like Jerecuaro, Acambaro, and Tarandacuao LFM is involved in retail drug sales, extortion, and kidnapping. 23 police in tarandacuao where detained last year for homicide and other crimes while at the service of LFM. 17 in acambaro as well last year were let go. this could have been legit law enforcement clean up or maybe a changing of the guard for the new plaza chief as "El Triste" was captured around the same time. or they could be the sacrificial lambs to keep up the appearance of law enforcement.

    my opinion: most would be quick to judge the last two but Guanajuato is rare i guess in Mexico and it could very well be a legit attempt to clean up. Overall in my observations, the police generally do look out for people. And the people generally do trust them to do their jobs (in my municipality of 15,000 people there have been only 3 murders in the last 10 years - all crimes of passion) For example, one thing they do is they escort the buses for night shift women who work in the city factories but live in the country. they've been doing this for many years and people speak positive about it. In my view they are polite, are helpful, dont disrespect people, dont get involved with people, ive never been asked for a mordida, ive never been harassed, and i dont know of anyone who has in that area where im from. And trust me where im from it dont matter who you are people talk shit about you if its deserved. everybody knows everbody so if a cop or official ever did something, people would be talking all kinds of shit. which they do, mostly about the officials, and to their face too! ive seen it.

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    1. Thanks! Is there any indication things might change?

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