Sunday, February 17, 2013

Deserters Form New Groups Take Aim at the Pacific and Gulf

Borderland Beat


Navolato Sinaloa

Officials of the national security cabinet report; “Sangre Z” (Blood Z), “Golfo Nueva Generacíon (Gulf New Generation) and “La Corona” “The Crown” , are  three cartels composed of deserters from other organizations involved in drug trafficking, that are competing in  the regional parts of the Pacific, the west and the Gulf of Mexico with groups of which a few months ago were part of: the Sinaloa cartel, Los Zetas and the Gulfo Cartels.
 
                                                                                             Osiel Cardenas Below
Sources reported that the Attorney General's Office (PGR) is aware, through several previous investigations, that these groups have high firepower and good organization, and in some areas of the country are paid tax (piso)  to drug traffickers who use their routes to the United States.
Unlike the original Los Zetas, Gulf members of New Generation and Blood Zeta  are not into human trafficking or extortions.
The federal government estimates that there are 70 regional groups that control the distribution of drugs in the country, but La Corona , New Blood Generation Z and Gulf are considered the most relevant of the emerging organizations of central and northern Mexico, while in the southern region the most notable is  the cártel Independiente de Acapulco”. (Independent Cartel of Acapulco).
New Generation Gulf
 
The New Generation Gulf group emerged in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, birthplace of the Gulf cartel, founded by Juan Nepomuceno Guerra (at left far left), initially dedicated to smuggling (alocohol) and then developed into an organization that controlled  cocaine to the state of Texas of the United States.
 
Cohesive until 1996, however in 1997, with the extradition of Osiel Cardenas Guillen to the United States, the Gulf Cartel experienced internal divisions including that  of  Los Zetas who were at the time  the armed wing group for the Gulf Cartel. 
 
They created their own band resulting in  conflicts between leaders: Ezequiel Cardenas Guillen, Tony Tormenta, Heriberto Lazcano Lazcano, El Verdugo, and Miguel Angel Trevino Morales, the Z-40. below is a photo of the shootout where Tormenta was killed)
 
In November 2010, Tony Tormenta was killed by members of the Navy and his brother, Mario Cardenas, was arrested in September 2012. Although some members of the family Cárdenas Guillén still operating, they failed to hold together regional operators resulting in a creation of the Gulf Cartel New Generation, the sources accessed.
“Blood Z”
The story of Blood Z is related to the alleged death of Heriberto Lazcano Lazcano, in November 2012, in Coahuila. The differences between regional operators arose following a break with the second of the organization,  that of Miguel Angel Trevino Morales, and a man identified as the Z-50, (El Taliban) (photo at left) according to officials interviewed, created the new organization, which has as enemies  their former partners of the Gulf cartel and Los Zetas.
Moreover, in September 2012, in several municipalities of the metropolitan Guadalajara , Jalisco, mainly in Tlajomulco de Zuniga, narcobanners appeared in which the group “La Corona” (The Crown) threatened Oceguera Nemesio Cervantes, “el Mencho” identified as the leader New Generation Jalisco cartel, (CJNG)  which allegedly serves Joaquin El Chapo Guzman Loera to fight organizations like the Zetas in Veracruz, Jalisco, Colima and Zacatecas.
In recent days, in the town of San Juanito Jalisco Escobedo  six members were arrested of the criminal organization in possession of more than 500 kilos of marijuana, weapons long and short, and several vehicles. Among those arrested was a minor who was responsible for moving drugs in truck loads to other entities.
The Crown emerged from drug traffickers  that served the Sinaloa cartel and were loyal to Ignacio Coronel Villarreal, Nacho Coronel, who was killed by soldiers on July 29, 2010 in a house in the municipality of Zapopan.
According to the officials consulted, the Sinaloa cartel has suffered two splits which resulted from accusations of complicity  that led to an arrest and murder. The first occurred in January 2008, with the Beltran Leyva brothers, after the arrest of Alfredo The Mochomo, in Sinaloa. The second, with the death of Nacho Coronel Villarreal.
La Jornada

51 comments:

  1. If its going to be like that theirs a good chanse Mexico can change for the better

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  2. its difficult to identify sometimes because the original zetas and golfos and templarios only drug trafick. Then you have these banditss who go around extorting and kidnapping in the name of a feared group.my uncle told me what happens to imposters when the Z fighters find them. hopefully they would just decriminalize drugs so this nightmare can finally end for my paisanos

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  3. Blood Z and New generation Golfo? how is this gonna get any better,great article Chivis...i aint ever heard of these two new groups until now...this just never ends.

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  4. These groups need to go back to pushing drugs only. The problem began when they decided to recruit gangs. These gangs found it easier to just steal and ask for cuotas. As long as people think its ok to do drugs, then these groups will always exist. The sad truth.

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    1. Golfo and zetas are the one that's started all the extorting and cuotas

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  5. " went to Mexico & it was heaven until i heard the sound of an AK47 !!! "

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  6. "controlled cocaine to the stae of Texas of the United States."

    LOL! fucking retard L2 Spell dipshit

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  7. 11:12 "L2" spell? You just made yourself the ass end of joke idiot.

    What an ass you are, feeling all superior because you found a typo that means shit? Go back to mamas basement and play video games.

    chivis why bother posting these type of asinine comments? Ungrateful punks.

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  8. Veto says hey chivis is it true that gulf cartel is fighting la familia michoacana in nezahualcoyoltl estado de mexico?

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  9. I just read a little blurb about that last week, but nothing else. I was researching for a post and I saw a regional paper that claimed cdg is indeed there, but also mentioned a bunch of other groups in and around. other than that I don't know anything or heard anything. It is difficult getting info now. Have to rely a lot on sources on the ground. But there are so many hot areas it truly is getting to be a task keeping up.

    to the 11:12PM hater...damn ya caught a big nasty typo (in your eyes). should I be fired?

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  10. So where do the Metros and Los Rojos fit in the New Generation Gulf??

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    1. New generation gulf is really cartels undios CDG. and metros is seperate as is Osiel group And rojos who are with Osiel group
      atte......ThinkTank28.7

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    2. Wrong Carteles Unidos don't exist no more due to CJNG. Rojos, XX, Jaguares are NGG due to there allie El Chapo. Metros, Ciclones, XW, Bravos, etc. form CDG. Metros have been gaining ground due to Z3 & Z50 people jumping ships to CDG. Why do you think CDG controls most of MTY now.

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  11. What a great article thanks for posting

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  12. Very interesting good job chivis. I also vote for bypassing the the negative comments, trolls are just looking for the most insignificant criticism such as a typo, splitting hairs on a word of translation, whatever. IGNORE THEM and they will go away.

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  13. I'm pretty sure the golfo cartel nueva generacion are the the metros. If true there just as strong as the zetas and if they get stronger I think they'll head to Reynosa to bring it to the rojos

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    1. Estas wrong Metros are still CDG because they are united with los Cardenas. Rojos, Lobos, jaguares are Nueva Generation Golfo because they are allies with CDS. Metros allies are CT & Nuevo Milenio.

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  14. The big boys are showing cracks if indeed they are splintering. I believe this is an indication
    of more street level carnage to low level street dealers and Halcones. The Government is going to start mopping them up, albeit with a bloody mop. There is still a ways to go before things get better and the water in the buckett smells of pine sol. But it will happen, sooner or later.

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  15. Just want to give a big thumbs up to this site, excellent articles about this sad and awful drugwar. Thanks a lot Chivis and co!

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  16. In the picture with Juan N Guerra, standing in Juan Garcia Abrego and sitting in the far right is Carlos Aguilar Garza who later thanks to Don Juan N political power became the coordinator of the DFS,Direccion Federal de Seguridad e Investigaciones Politicas. Carlos Aguilar Garza gained so much power that he controlled all the DTO, s back then. When he and his business associate were escaping in a twin engine cessna piloted by Captain Manuel Amozurrutia loaded with cocaine after killing the governor of Quintana Roo, Mx, the plane crashed outside Monterrey, MX. Carlos Aguilar Garza was later killed in his sleep by a woman in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico after Don Juan N stop protecting him because a serial of killings ordered by Carlos Aguilar and carried out by federal commander and friend Guillermo Gonzalez Calderoni who became a DEA informant and was later executed outside his attorney's office in McAllen, Tx. Guillermo Gonzalez Calderoni most high profile executions include those of well known Nuevo Laredo lawyer Miguel Angel Del Bosque and Pablo Acosta Villarreal aka El Zorro Del Desierto, The Desert Fox a well known aircraft pilot turned drug trafficker.

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    1. Note: All 3 survived the plane crash in Nuevo León; Captain Manuel Amozurrutia, DFS Commander Carlos Aguilar Garza and Nuevo Laredo attorney Miguel Angel Del Bosque who was confined to a wheelchair for the rest of his life, they were taken to Muguerza Hospital in Monterrey and protected by federal police officers and Juan N Guerra's security detail, while the crash site was secure and the cocaine load taken to a safe place by Direccion Federal de Seguridad e Investigaciones Politicas federal agents.

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  17. Did you hear about the rumor that is going on that manuel garibay espinoza alias el "meño" got murdered along with his nephew alias "el manuelon" and his right hand man el pacheco inside puente grande? Attn. P@RR@ND3RO

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    1. I believe Manuel Garibay was released a while back. I believe he was working in Mexicali.

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  18. I agree with 1:36 AM. I find so many comments helpful, but this is after a Chivis screening. Chivis has shared many comments with me that would curl your hair with their hatred. Everyone has so much to learn from Chivis' contributions to simply catch up and get a grip on the constantly evolving situation in Mexico. Maybe anyone writing a "nitpicking" typo-grammar alert, could think twice even pre-trash them along with any hurtful personal attacks. We all have plenty to add without taking the easy route to excessive negativity. Shooting the messenger is unnecessary... Let's help Chivis not wear her down. Please.

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  19. So if these blood Z and New generation golfos are not into extortion and immigrant smuggling, they came from the drug route/smuggling wings of those cartels? That's where the real money is anyway. The cuotas started with the war. They needed money to fight. Chapo is to blame for all that shit. His greedy little ass trying to take over the whole country is what set everything off.

    Other splinter groups extort because their supply of money dried up when the boss got killed or captured and they no longer had drug shipments to protect. The cártel Independiente de Acapulco is a good example of that.

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  20. is this suposed to scare chapo guzman an his billion dollar industry no! this man could care less about cjng and mencho.when the war broke out bettween los beltran did it fuck his organization no when los ms de durango split up (btw just as strong if not stronger than cjng ever was) the durango plaza is still guzman money is power eventually mencho is going to get killed an his men are gunna be ran out of jalisco la familia de los quinis will be force to join an aliance with cds or ct and the goons of cjng will start extortin and kidnapping same story as always with the same ending unfortunially

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  21. Any serious intelligence report will tell you that splintering is the worst thing that can happen because it destroys any hierarchy and chain of operations. More so, it creates "new" enemies where they didn't exist before, i.e. acting for one's own interests is different than just taking orders.

    As these groups continue to splinter, Mexico needs to adapt and eliminate them early before they grow and take on new members. If they wait, they are only making their problems worse.

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  22. February 18, 2013 at 8:36 AM
    "In the picture with Juan N Guerra, standing in Juan Garcia Abrego and sitting in the far right is Carlos Aguilar Garza who later thanks to Don Juan N"
    Good insights dude,interesting addendum to Chivis story,it makes people want to learn some more on these characters,some people!
    @February 17, 2013 at 11:12 PM
    Woop de fuckin doo,you spotted a typo.What about the story fuckin Einstein.
    Do you want a medal now?(L2 spell)?Fuckin comical little geezer

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  23. FYI....... Carteles Unidos don't exist no more due to CJNG..... Rojos, XX, Jaguares are NGG due to there allie El Chapo. Metros, Ciclones, XW, Bravos, etc. form CDG. Metros have been gaining ground due to Z3 & Z50 people jumping ships to CDG. Why do you think CDG controls most of MTY now......XXX

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  24. I'm sorry Sir. I posted that comment and was typing a bit too fast. I should've written: Standing is: Juan García Abrego. Juan García Abrego was related to Don Juan N Guerra-his nephew-
    Don Juan N appointed Juan Garcia Abrego his successor in the organization when due to health issues he couldn't continue running his business. The reason why Don Juan N didn't want his son Juan Guerra Jr to head the organization was because Juanillo Guerra was badly addicted to cocaine. That picture was taken at Don Juan's restaurant 'El Piedras Negras' in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, México back in 1979.

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    1. Good spotting, primo. I was there in the old days, bringing gambling equipt into MX. Everything was tranquilo when the boss was the boss.

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    2. Yeah! Everything was cool back then, everything was under control and nobody would fuck with innocent people, there was money to be made and everyone respected each other and no snitches were allowed. I used to hang out at El Camichin Nite Club in Brownsville and went to the horse races at Don Juan's ranch El Tahuachal in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, every swinging dick was armed and nobody fuck with nobody and women, kids and men were respected. Don Juan N was one of a kind, a living legend that helped thousands of people. There will never be another one like him.

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    3. You are delusional. When in the history of the Mexican cartels, have innocents not been killed,raped etc. I could site examples 40 years back, but I'm not posting to educate you. There never was "the good old days". I'd surmise you've been using your own product too long! Of it wasn't so pitiful, I'd be laughing out loud at you and the other "drug dealers" on this site. Texas Grandma, peace to all innocents.

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    4. First of all I don't need no old woman to educate me. Second, I don't do drugs like you do. Third, I was a police officer in Brownsville, Tx. for 7 years. Fourth. Before being a police officer I was an Army Airborne Ranger, for 22 years my MOS designator 11B2V. Fifth. I grew up in Brownsville, born to Mexican parents. And what I posted is true, back then nobody fuck with women, children or innocent people. Sixth. I don't believe thet Texas Grandma bullshit, you are a MAN, no self respected grandma lives her lfe amnong drug traffickers. Eight. Stop smoking crack. Ninth. I can prove everything I just posted MAN.

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    5. 40 years back, when you were working the streets of El Paso?

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    6. You are not a grandma, you are a grandpa.

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  25. Soldier in the foreground ought to keep his finger off the trigger until he is ready to fire.

    Jusy sayin...

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  26. Blood Z sounds like a re-branding of El Talivans network.

    Gulf New Generation must be a re-branding of one of the various gulf networks.

    La Corona/CJNG is too confusing for me

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  27. This has been coming for some time. I commented on this last year saying a new cartel(s) was on the rise. They were buying guns in the Valley.

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  28. This has been coming for some time. I commented on this last year saying a new cartel(s) was on the rise. They were buying guns in the Valley.

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  29. Damn every time a capo gos down a new Cartel
    rises from the old one i wonder what will happen
    when Guzmans turn is up and yes he will die one
    day just like any one else on earth.
    i wonder if c.d.s will be called cartel de mayo
    or cartel del azul. - AL QUDUS

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  30. "Estas wrong Metros are still CDG because they are united with los Cardenas"
    The Rojos under Juan Mejía González were the crew that were with Cárdenas Vela.The other faction under Metro Tres were with Coss werent they?

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    1. Nope Metros are loyal to the Cardenas family & Juan crew was loyal to coss. R1 started his own thing Nueva Generation Golfo which is back up by Chapo. I know I personally know some Metros & used to know Juan.......XXX

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  31. U posted an article stating cjng split from chapo and now the crown is working for chapo. If u could let me kno what's true or false. Thnx

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    1. Yeah an article was posted a few days back that is contradicitory to this one. Which one is false?

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  32. February 19, 2013 at 8:43 PM
    "Nope Metros are loyal to the Cardenas family & Juan crew was loyal to coss. R1 started his own thing Nueva Generation Golfo which is back up by Chapo"
    Is this a new change?What about Wicho an all them? Ey man,i bow to your knowledge on this shit,so who was the"traitor"?And hardcore Juan still bangin when everyone thought he dead,you heard any shit on bad ass Diablo is he still ridin or he gone the way of the oil drum stew?Shit gets confusing brr with different storys

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  33. Leave Tex Gramma AloneFebruary 20, 2013 at 7:34 PM

    3:46
    thank God you got that mental disability it probably saves many lives if you decided to pick a a few guns and settle the score. whew what a temper. and so fair minded. I remember a poster that used to say chivis was a man all the time because the way she expressed herself, she did not seem to care one way or another but I thought it was such an odd accusation, what difference would it make?

    texas gramma is a person who has a big heart and sometimes her emotions clock 100mph but she is cool.

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    1. Well she has no right to call me delusional and say that I use some kind of shit. First of all
      I don't use drugs and I'm not crazy and delusional. What I posted about my life is 100% true. And as far as I can remember in the Brownsville, Tx/Matamoros, Tamps. between 1979 and 1986 the homicide average in Matamoros was about 10 to 15 per year, and in Brownsville, Tx was about 4 to 6 per year. And that is when Juan N Guerra was running the show. But what got me mad is that this lady call me delusional and a drug user, and she is totally wrong, she insulted me and I insulted her back. My apologies. Thanks. Mexican American Combat Veteran, and proud of it.

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  34. 8:25
    that's is true she should not

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  35. February 20, 2013 at 8:25 PM
    "My apologies. Thanks. Mexican American Combat Veteran, and proud of it"
    Greetings brother,you don't have to apologize to no one,that idiot is always getting hysterical at people who's only crime,is differing from her opinion,not long ago she was wishing death on people?
    Mexican American Combat Veteran,,i think deserves a little respect.
    After all he fought for this country and its freedoms which we all enjoy.Saludos,,,in your mother tongue brother.

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    1. Saludos Hermano, Dios te bendiga!

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