Sunday, March 17, 2013

Reynosa: Female Narcos Among Dead in Latest Clash

Chivis Martinez for Borderland Beat

Perhaps feeling a little pressure into becoming a little quicker on the draw, Tamaulipas authorities released a statement acknowledging the shootout  that occurred in Reynosa on Saturday.

In the statement it confirms at least five people were killed in the clash between an armed group and members of the Mexican Army, the statement was released by the Attorney General and the Ministry of Public Security of Tamaulipas.

The clash occurred at the corner of Avenida Mexico City and Washington Street, the colonial Hacienda Las Fuentes.

Among the dead are three men and two women, whose ages ranged from 25 to 30 years old, who have not been identified.
The bodies were found by military elements inside a 2002 sand color Chevrolet Tahoe color, which inside the truck soldiers  found several weapons and tactical equipment
Statement:
 
COMUNICADO DE LA PROCURADURIA GENERAL DE JUSTICIA DEL ESTADO
Publicado el 16 de marzo de 2013
CD. VICTORIA, Tamaulipas.- La Procuraduría General de Justicia y la Secretaría de Seguridad Pública del Estado comunican que este sábado 16 de marzo, a las 14:10 horas, en la ciudad de Reynosa se reportó un enfrentamiento entre civiles armados y elementos de la Secretaría de la Defensa Nacional, con saldo de cinco civiles muertos.
El Agente del Ministerio Público del Fuero Común, en apoyo de la Secretaría de la Defensa Nacional y la Procuraduría General de la República, se constituyó en el lugar de los hechos para integrar la averiguación previa correspondiente, dando fe que el enfrentamiento se produjo en la avenida Ciudad de México y Washington, de la colonia Hacienda Las Fuentes de esa ciudad fronteriza.
Tres de los civiles muertos son del sexo masculino y dos del sexo femenino, todos de 25 a 30 años, no identificados y presentaban lesiones de proyectiles de arma de fuego en diversas partes del cuerpo. Vestían ropa táctica color negro y portaban fornituras y cinco armas largas.
Los cuerpos de los ahora occisos se localizaron en el interior de una camioneta marca Chevrolet tipo Tahoe, modelo 2002, color arena. Las armas, el equipo táctico y el vehículo fueron asegurados por el Ministerio Público Federal

23 comments:

  1. Is it just me or when ever these narcos get in gun battles with the military it never works out for them it seems like they just start shit just to get killed?

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    1. Military has its up and downs but they can't say they lost to the public cause they get in trouble that's why you hardly ever see how many militarized died in these battles
      TWISTER

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    2. So true they get obligirated every time. You would think they would learn and avoid confrontation. They're low level sicarios though they give them a vest rifle ammo and no training and send them to die. How stupid can you be to even to participate. Has to be the drugs and feeling invincible for the moment. Drugs make you do dumb dumb things...

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    3. Thats because the military have been trained for combat and weapons training.most narcos have the firepower but if u dont have the training in tactical and other maneuvers they dont help them much in a confrontation with the military crooked or not.not to say the military dont lose some men but not nearly as many as the narcos lose in a gun battle with them

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  2. I like the maps being included in the articles.
    I am not Mexican and the maps help me to orient myself.
    Thanks.

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    1. I agree with you, maps help out a lot

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  3. http://www.chron.com/news/crime/article/Honduras-police-accused-of-death-squad-killings-4360101.php

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  4. always with the tahoe's. why not a suburban, more room for stuff?

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    1. Tahoes , suburbands , gmc denali or yukon, jeep cherokee , ford f150 , dodge ram , chevy avalanche , mexican chevy cheyenne n ford lobo are some of the most common trucks narcos use

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  5. 7:49AM
    This is not new, it began in Guate about 2 yrs ago. At least that is when I first heard of it being an issue. I began reading about it in central American papers. From there is spread across CA.

    In Guate this social cleaning spread to suspected people that people rumored guilty yet later others say that the person was only guilty of being poor. Even kids that were not criminals but came from families that are impoverished or socially undesirable.

    It is pretty bad

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  6. Chivis i heard they killed 4guys in acuna last night have u heard anything?

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  7. "Chevy Tahoe color" lol

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  8. So sad.... NOT! You want to play with the big boys you get treated like such. The military isn't going to not shoot you because you simply are a female. Anybody with a gun shooting at you is an enemy. It's shoot to kill.

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    1. Guess they take equal rights to a whole new level.

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  9. I'm surprised cdg/zetas hasn't engaged in piracy in the gulf of mexico by now.

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  10. ACUNA @10:45
    I am writing a post and hopefully it will be complete today or tomorrow about Acuña, it is about the violence and blackout media.

    did you see the #anonymous freeacuna? I will include that in my post. I am getting many emails and comments from readers asking for acuna info, there is no where to turn to access information. But we must remember to have integrity in what we pass on, be sure of sources. for example the mantas about schools is unfounded....stay tuned

    Paz, Chivis

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  11. Cool thank you so much chivis for giving us info about acuna i got a quiestion tho is it safe to go now i wanted to go visit my family but i am scared

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  12. Hugs not drug
    Chapo needs a hug Stat!

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  13. Reminds me of the old kill ratio BS back during Vietnam,US losses 2 Kong 50 etc. Mexico is the king of misinformation, sort of like the USA Fed reports on unemployment,inflation,and economic growth.

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  14. @3:41 or maybe the military just overwhelm the narco's by 3 to 1 ratio with a big heavy machine gun strapped to the back o one them hummer type army vehicles....just fill that tahoe fulla bullets and occupants included,tahoe was not armored so for bullets it was easy penetration.
    Good job,well done Mexican Army.

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  15. no shit, you would think they would keep low profiles, but when you have been spoiled into thinking you can run around standing out, that you won't get fucked with, but as usual its the old kc shuffle, you got things going on over here, when the shipments are going on over there..

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  16. .50 calibre rounds from guns mounted on military vehicles will do that to a tahoe and occupants(riddled with bullets that is)

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  17. Gente del Cartel del Golfo le poncharon las llantas al Gobernador de Tamaulipas en Reynosa por eso el mando que los matara sigan haciendo atentados contra su persona pendejos y se les va caer su teatrito en Tamaulipas Golfas!

    Doz Fronteras

    Gulf Cartel flatted Governor SUV tires sending a message when he was in Reynosa.

    And the Governor send the soldiers to kill them.

    Keep doing shit to the Governor Golfas and u little games will be over in Tamaulipas!

    Two Borders

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