Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Leader of Los Rojos Killed

Borderland Beat

Puebla authorities are keeping quiet  about the alleged execution of José Nava Romero, (below left)  leader of a criminal cell known as los Rojos, armed wing of the Beltrán Leyva organization, at a Palenque (cockfights) in the town of San Antonio Cacalotepec (San Andrés Cholula), in the early hours of Sunday.

The  Attorney General of Justice of Puebla has only given a brief police report mentioning the murder of a man, about 45-year-old who was unidentified. They have not provided any report of the facts nor confirmed the identity of the deceased.

Meanwhile, in the state of Guerrero it was confirmed that a funeral service company collected the body of Nava Romero on Sunday evening.

The shooting in which  the leader of los Rojos died, took place around 2:30 hours in a ballroom named Santa Maria, located in the private Juan Pablo Segundo 4, in the district of Santa María de Cacalotepec, which was eventually rented for cockfights.

The body of Nava Romero was laying face-up a few blocks from the Palenque,  on 24 de Febrero street, adjacent  to an Escalade with Querétaro plates, which bore no traces of shooting.

According to police sources, within the party room there were caps of R-15 rifle and evidence of a bloody shootout, in which high power weapons were used.

According to testimonies of neighbors and people who were in the location, a X-Trail SUV arrived with a group of assassins who opened fire against the so-called leader of the criminal group. A chase then took place with several vehicles. There are also versions saying it was a brawl in the heat of the cock fight.

A spokeswoman for the unit said they were waiting for prosecutors to conduct forensic tests to provide information about the case.

Additional Backstory information:

“El Barbas” and “El Grande
When the organization of Beltrán Leyva split  after the murder of its leader, Arturo Beltrán Leyva  (aka "El Barbas" or "Jefe de Jefes") in a hotel of Cuernavaca, Morelos, it was known that the persecution started days before in the state of Puebla.

The shootout that resulted in the killing of "El Barbas" also resulted in  the death of Jesus Nava Romero, aka "El Rojo", brother of Jose Nava.
After the death of the leader of the Beltrán Leyva  on December 16th of 2009, at the hands of Mexico’s Marina,  the violence intensified in the state of Guerrero, especially in the port of Acapulco where his forces concentrated, and  23 minor cells sprouted  which disputed the plaza in bloody conflicts.
After a couple of years of confrontations, the criminal group Los Rojos, led by José  Nava who presumably was killed this dawn- is considered the stronger and most prevalent  group on the coasts of Guerrero.

Another event that relates to  leaders of criminal groups in Puebla, is the capture of Sergio Villarreal Barragan, aka "El Grande", in the luxurious development Puerta de Hierro, in the street Mercaderes number 13, on September 12th of 2010. Villarreal was one of the lieutenants of Arturo Beltrán Leyva.

 

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  1. it should be mentioned that the event that caused the death of "El Barbas" also caused the death of Jesus Nava Romero, aka "El Rojo", brother of Jose Nava.

    you never got to that point. god you guys are horrible reporters. or should i say cut and pasters.

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    1. You could probably do better with your vast wealth of knowledge, which is nothing more then sitting on your lazy ass "surfing " the internet all day.

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    2. 12:27-AND YOU READ AND POST ON THIS SITE WHY???DO US ALL A FAVOR AND FIND SOMEWHERE ELSE TO BE " AN UNGRATEFUL,WHINNY BASTARD!!!!" Thanks for the story Chivas.Peace,Texas Grandma

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  2. attn chivis BROWNSVILLE - Motorcycle officers in Brownsville are now armed with M4 carbines.

    The Brownsville Police Department chief said the weapons will allow officers to stand up to cross-border violence.

    Motorcycle Police Officer Lupe Itzaguirre said officers need the firepower as cartel violence continues to grow.

    "Being that we are so close to the border, we do have to compete with these high-powered rifles and guns that we are being confronted with now," the 12-year veteran police said.

    Itzaguirre said he may be the first to arrive at a shootout involving cartel members. He said it's important to have the firepower available.

    "We carry several other magazines within the motorcycle. It gives us extra ammunition in the event we need it," Itzaguirre said.

    "We do practice making the deployment. We do try to do it as quick as possible," he said.

    Itzaguirre said it's a challenge to carry the carbine on his motorcycle. The weapon is always exposed. He said officers had to come up with a custom security system.

    "It is well-secured, and we always try to be close to it at all times. It does have a combination lock which only the operator of the motorcycle knows ... that's the only way the rifle can be deployed from the rifle rack," Itzaguirre said.

    The Brownsville police motorcycle unit is the only one in the Rio Grande Valley armed with M4 carbines.

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  3. South Texas Leads in Illegal Border Crossings
    WESLACO - The number of illegal immigrants arrested in South Texas has surpassed the detentions in Arizona.

    Border Patrol officials said it is the first time in a decade that the Rio Grande Valley sees more arrests than Arizona. They said the trend is not good.

    "In the last month, or so, we've seen the numbers spike above the Tuscon Sector," Border Patrol Spokesman Henry Mendiola said.

    Border Patrol officials said they knew there would be an increase in the number of apprehensions in the South Texas region.

    "We'd already seen the numbers increase last year by 50 percent. Now we're seeing them this year increase by another 50 percent," Mendiola said.

    Border Patrol agents have arrested about 100,000 illegal immigrants in the Valley this fiscal year. Sixty percent of those arrests are immigrants from countries other than Mexico.

    Border Patrol has to care for the immigrants until they are processed.

    "Right now, we're in a budget crunch. CBP took a $600-million hit. We're making adjustments. We brought some folks in from other sectors to address the threat. We're trying to make every way more efficient," Mendiola said.

    Mendiola said there are no signs the trend will let up soon.
    http://www.krgv.com/news/south-texas-leads-in-illegal-border-crossings/

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    1. I suspect illegal crossing numbers are affected by the reports of undermanned border patrol, and congress moving toward resident status for illegals currently here. How you say, "Open Flood Gates" en espanol?

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    2. You say Chinga tu madre.

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    3. HAHAHAHAHAHA

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  4. anyone else notice botas blancas liked to wear panties mujeres.

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  5. Hidalgo man gets 30 months for buying ammunition for Gulf Cartel

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    Posted: Monday, June 17, 2013 3:49 pm

    Ildefonso Ortiz | The Monitor

    Posted on June 17, 2013

    Ildefonso Ortiz

    by Ildefonso Ortiz

    McALLEN — An Hidalgo man was sentenced to 2 1/2 years in prison for purchasing ammunition and firearms for the Gulf Cartel.

    On Monday afternoon, Chief U.S. District Judge Ricardo Hinojosa sentenced 32-year-old Ricardo Cantu to 30 months in prison and a three-year term of supervised release.

    Cantu had originally pleaded guilty June 23, 2011, to one count of making false statements on documents that were filed with the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, according to a U.S. Attorney’s Office news release.

    ATF agents began looking into Cantu after U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents caught two weapons and 6,300 rounds of ammunition at the Hidalgo-Reynosa International Bridge.

    During a meeting with ATF and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents, Andrei Torres, the man caught with the ammunition and weapons, told them he had got the items from Cantu, who admitted to having bought weapons for the Gulf Cartel.

    Torres pleaded guilty Aug. 25, 2010, and was sentenced to 37 months in prison.

    Cantu remains on bond awaiting an order to report to the Federal Bureau of Prisons. themonitor.com

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  6. Highest Yoga TantraJune 19, 2013 at 12:29 AM

    2013 ▪ 06 ▪ 19

    Nice article Madame Chivis . . . Your Cartel Map (May 2013) released two weeks ago is making a lot of sense with this new development.

    According to your map, the state of Puebla is currently disputed by (4) or more Drug Trafficking Organizations: BLO, Los Zetas, CDS and LCT. So, do you think it was «Los Metros» that killed the leader of the Los Rojos? Even more interesting is that the CDS is aiding Los Metros to fight the Los Rojos, am I correct?

    /\__/\
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  7. Los Rojos is still cdg right? Or are they not calling themselves cdg anymore?

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    1. Wft ??^^ they are right wing of BLO...

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  8. Besides another death,how many family's have to suffer by losing a loved one,so many family's affected by this,so sad.

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  9. Money ain't money, if you can't spend it freely. These guys take all the excitement outa being a Cartel Leader.

    ~Spectator~

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  10. 12:27

    Don't be so ignorant, if you are ESL I apologize for the ignorant comment. You will find this post in English no where else. I added backstory info for new readers, and it refers to the shootout and killing of , Arturo Beltrán Leyva, that in that incident El Rojo was also killed, and that he is the brother of the man killed in Sunday's incident.

    I do not mind breaking it down for ESL readers, if they are respectful, consider yourself fortunate, but remember this is an English blog.

    Paz

    Chivis

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  11. June 19, 2013 at 1:48 AM

    These are different Rojos, nothing to do with CDG. These ones are a split of BLO and operate in Guerrero and Morelos.

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  12. lol these are Los Rojos of Beltran Leyva not those from CDG

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  13. Chivis...you guys do awesome work. There will always exist those fools that just love to "try" and put people down. I'm deployed in the middle east and still check out the beat erryday!

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  14. Thanks for the update, never mind the negitive comments.

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  15. Los Rojas and Los metros=CDG Los negros=BLO ?

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  16. Another cartel lowlife bites the dust.

    Rest in piss.

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  17. June 19, 2013 at 1:48 AM
    "Los Rojos is still cdg right? Or are they not calling themselves cdg anymore"
    This is an entirely different group from the CDG Rojos of R1 etc isn't it.This was a faction of Beltran,nothing to do with CDG ?

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  18. Murder of el barbas??? How was he murdered? I thought he killed in a fire fight with Mexican Marines?

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  19. Its Not the cdg rojos its a diff group with the same name. They are a break off of beltran leyva org.

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  20. probably different los rojos... mexicans love to reuse the same names over n over.

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  21. Puro Culiacan Sinaloa.

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  22. @Chivis Why do you all ways posting the same things. It's getting annoying can't you copy and paste some better stories. We are tired of hearing of Arturo Beltran.

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  23. Viva el botas blancas!!

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  24. NOT CDG...read first sentence...


    "leader of a criminal cell known as los Rojos, armed wing of the Beltrán Leyva organization"

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  25. If I'm not mistaken, the killing of El Botas Blancas led to the fragmentation of the CBL into various off-shoot cartels, specifically in Acapulco : CIDA and their rivals La Barredora. These two cartels unleashed a brutal cartel war in Acapulco. Decapitations were the order of the day in Acapulco in 2010-2011. Introduced the world to characters with the nick-names of el Koreano, el Melon, and a supposed family connection to the governor of Guerrero(Victor Aguirre). The authorities in Mexico hit BLO hard after his take down.

    James Gandolfini, of the Sopranos dead at 51. Killuminati. "Once you get in, you never get out"

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    1. El H and his brorher Mario are the kingpins now,and if that was bad for Chapo already. Mochomo will be released or escape money does miracles.

      Es la MOCHOMERA. Arturo was the boss, friend and at the end nightmare of tge federacion and government that worked for Chapo and Mayo. His legacy lives on. IT TOOK ELEMENTS FROM TWO COUNTRIES to take him down.

      Those special forces slodiers that are seen walkib with Mochomo when he got arrested dissapeared.Also edgar millan who ordered the operation was gunned down in front of his house. BLO are no joke

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    2. - Agreed Broo, Well said Los beltran are strong and they will continue to be.. ARTURO BELTRAN , EL JEFE DE JEFES imagine if he was still alive? Damn.

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    3. Does anybody from this blog, have info on SANTIEL BELTRAN, El mochomos son Alredito's Brother. Last thing i heard is that he got picked up by a armed commando and never heard from again.

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    4. 200 SeMar marines vs. ABL and 6 FEDA, you do the math. I don't care how good you're cartel is, your not going to win a battle in which your surrounded by 200 Mx. Marines with only 7 men. He knew he was going away a long time. ABL had been designated a SDNT under the FNKD and RICO Acts. His future home would've been a U.S. Federal
      prison.

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  26. "Chivis Why do you all ways posting the same things. It's getting annoying can't you copy and paste some better stories. We are tired of hearing of Arturo Beltran"

    Dude you seriously need diagnosis followed by long term treatment. The guy just died, how can it be the same story?

    chivis posted the back story, that is something she typically does. it is to inform people unfamiliar to the history of a story. It is a thoughtful approach to reporting-thinking of people that are new to the history of the drug war.

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    1. chivalry,you need to lorn some Spanish and tell your detractors Chinga tu Madre in ingles

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    2. You dont like borderlandbeat get out you annoying no life...Yea that simple
      TW15T3R

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  27. Everything's quite in nuevo laredo

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  28. I have a question not concerning this what cartel group does el 2 letras belong too. Thanks good post btw

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    1. La mochamera.thats what it is call its main base is in los mochis sinaloa.

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    2. El 2 letras, has la mochomera. Witch would be ironic cause if his faithfull too Alfredo, and now alfredo on good terms with CDS. And el 2 letras attacking CDS ?

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  29. dont believe everything that comes out of the spokesperson for the order patrol he is there as a puppet and fact of the matter is, they dont have exact numbers or projected numbers for that matter, numbers are from aprehentions what about the ones that actually make it.......just because they catch more here in mcallen does not equate to less people crossing in arizona... maybe less are getting caught and not the latter.......i base my analogy on man power if you flood agents and infrastructure into arizona the apprehensions will skyrocket...if you subtract manpower and infrastructure to include cameras and helos the numbers (caught) will diminish.....but the numbers that make it through you and i will never know....and thats my opinion......how you like them manzanas (apples) mr spokesperson.......

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  30. man that picture of los guy at the height of his flash and partying, then all fucked up in a bloody gooey mess all over the floor. true representation of the lifestyle

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  31. @ 6:25 PM
    Thank you my friend! Chivis is indeed an notably "thoughtful" and compassionate journalist that works exceedingly hard to share the true narrative of the ongoing drug warfare being waged in Mexico and the North American border states with her readers. I personally am very grateful to Chivis for reporting stories that are unavailable anywhere else for English speakers, a service she provides for free.
    @ Chivis
    Thank you for another excellent report!

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  32. El dos letras is Joshua Ledesma "JL" AKA el dos letras from the Juarez Cartel

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    1. Joshua? You Mean Juan pablo ledezma, right? FYI .... El 2 letras From Juarez Died already. - your welcome

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    2. Jose luis ledesma..pero ese es otro dos letras. No es al que se refiere

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  33. Alfredo going to prison was a deal made between JGL, IZG, and Alfredo himself. The deal was that if he offered to be "apprehended" they would let him have the Culiacan plaza. He agreed, without telling his bro Arturo. Arturo then broke off CDS due to the belief that it was IZG and JGL that gave up Alfredo. While in prison Alfredo knew of what Arturo was doing and he sent a message to Arturo advising him to back off CDS because it was not them go gave him up. Arturo went ahead and became a nuisance for CDS anyway due to power reasons. He became a nuisance to CDS and eventually got taken out. Alfredo knew this would happen but he could not stop his hard headed brother. This is the reason CDS went to Alfredo and not Arturo for this deal. Alfredo is a lot more of an intellectual person than Arturo ever was. So now that Mochomo is getting out, everyone in Culiacan knows that he's with CDS. He will bring most of his BLO crew that is still loyal to him and not to Isidro; Isidro is now full-on Z. On another note, all of the Arizona border belongs to CDS. They're using remote-controlled airplanes that can carry up to 300 pounds to transport merchandise all into AZ. CDS is not allowing any immigrant to walk through the desert their to come into U.S. so their activity there isn't shed light upon. It is said from immigrants that have made it into U.S. through AZ that the only way they were allowed to walk through their was that they had to carry 25 - 50 lb. backpacks full of Mj for CDS. Otherwise they would have to cross through a different state. --818 - 661 AREA--

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    1. You dont even believe ur self on ur own story.ur funny what ur smoking.

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    2. Can you confirm your theory? Please do so.

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    3. Man u dnt even believe dat urself, i cant believe the lies u make up, theres people still crossin and without drugs.u really believe mochomo made a deal with cds, get a grip da last thing u want is to heat up plazas and cause unecssery deaths especially when ur in a war with other cartels,please dnt post wat u think cuz then u look foolish

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    4. Alfredo agreed to go to prison? So he would get the Culiacan plaza? He already had Culiacan you dumbass. He was the boss,Chapo nor Mayo gave him orders they were buisness partners.Arturo was in charge of most of the hit squads and corrupting generals for CDS.Mochomo was in charge of the security of Chapo Mayos family members also and his own. Chapo isidro isnt a full Z he works with el H and Mario beltran leyva,its impossible for him to get to where he is at witout el Mochomos full support.

      Los mazatlecos just changef to la mochomera because of the attention thats all. La Mochomera are people of el Mochomo,el H and Mario they are the ones killing all over Sinaloa,anyone thats with Chapo and Mayo cant enter Guasave,Los Mochis,Sinaloa de leyva,or Mazatlan.
      Its obvious



      by the messages left threatening los Guzman and Zambadas. el dos letras is el famoso "JL" who had been playing dead for awhile now its Chapo isidros turn.Chapo Isidro got promoted by orders of El H.They continuefrom far. These guys have always made it CLEAR. You guys confuse the obvious. Az border is shared by BL and CDS stop making up BS Everyone in Sinaloa knows this go to culiacan and ask who is el H,he would leave bodies in the shape of and H for his cousin Chapo and his friend Mayo . It cant be said any clearer if you guys dont believe me its because you guys never been to Sinaloa and live in the U.S

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    5. Arizona is all CDS no mames aki nadien entra desde el 602 , 480 , 623

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    6. Can you confirm that infact that is "JL" ? OBVIOUSLY your confusing both, just cus who ever tht guy is calls himself 2letras, doesnt nesseceraly mean ITS "JL" . DUMBASSS. Why would El H, give keys to someone from juarez? - LA GENTE. NOMAS ABLA DELO QUE NO SAVE

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    7. Of course i can confirm this you idiots,El H and beltran leyvas have always had respect for the Carrillos, in fact it was Arturo Beltran abd VicenteCarillo who placed JL plaza boss of Juarez eventhough chapo and mayo didnt want him but ,back when la federacion was one huge cartel.If you think you know more then me,then who else thats huge goes by "Dos Letras" . Exctanente guey tu hablas de lo que no sabes.O conoces al dos letras,dicen que esta muerto verdad
      ,pues no me la sabia

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    8. Wowwwwwwww, your confirming YOUR theory by, givin an EXPLINATION on Why you think el 2 letras is el JL . but yeah el JL dnt work for juarez nomore and now he's part off "La Mochomera" right? MASSSSS ESSSSTUPIDO. ..... - fontana CA

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  34. June 19, 2013 at 9:34 PM
    "I have a question not concerning this what cartel group does el 2 letras belong too. Thanks good post btw2"
    Dude,a Mexican bro gave the heads up,to some who noticed,he says its Los Ms,the Dos Letras=M10/M11,Nunez Meza brothers El Mayito is the main man GN de Durango,his bro is El Flaco.No one fucks with these guys in Durango

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    1. El dos letras are not the m's..el 2 letras works for the mochomera and now is in charge of cleaning northern sinaloa of cds members..he has come out with mantas stating this..chapo isidro who is the leader of another cell also works for the mochomera resides in northern sinaloa or atleast his pistoleros do..blo are just wanting to clean up the plaza for alfedo beltran leyva..who has a pact with los carrillo fuentes clan...i have more info..but this will do.

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    2. M10, M11 were GN now they are with los Hs,or La Mochomera .Chapo is a traitor .abd his top people in Durango have abandoned him and are now with BL,Carrillos hold the most power.

      what happened to Amados 25 billion dollars?

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  35. I'VE KNOWN GANGMEMBERS WHO PRETTY MUCH LIVED THE LIFESTYLE OF CARTEL MEMBERS. THE MIGHT THINK THAT THEYRE UNTOUCHABLE BUT SOME OF THEM END UP LIKE THE LEADERS OF LOS ROJOS AND BLO. OR THEY END UP IN PRISON WITH A LIFE SENTENCE. THEIR DRUG CUSTOMERS END UP IN THE SAME SITUATION OR PROSTITUTING THEMSELVES IN THE BIG CITIES. IF THEYRE LUCKY THEY MIGHT END UP IN A REHAB SOMEWHERE. THESE SCUM DONT CARE WHO THEY HURT TO CARRY THERE NARCO LIFESTYLE.

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    1. Thanks mexican dr Phil

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    2. By Far The Dumbest Comment To This Story. Gang Members Living The Life Of Cartel Members? Okaaay. You Cant Even Compare Both, put it this way. gangmember are in the minor legues and cartel members thats the major legues SON. - Anonymous 2.2

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    3. You mistakenly draw a distinction between gang and cartel- just word play describing the scum, the cancer of humanity that ends up violently dead or in prison.

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  36. "El dos letras is Joshua Ledesma "JL" AKA el dos letras from the Juarez Cartel"
    This how confusion starts,JL Ledesma aint even alive,he was Juarez."Make no mistake, Chihuahua has a new owner; atte.: M-10",why would La Linea be callin themselves Dos Letras,everyone thought it was Los Mazatalecos as well,and theres rumor that they aligned with Beltran?

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  37. Well like Ismael "El Mayo" Zambada said in the proceso interview "si me matan o me atrapan nada cambia" its the same shit with everybody its like waiting at the dmv your number can come up quik or your just waiting in line to be next wether next in the grave or the next boss

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  38. I'm frm cali los angeles and here we support chapo and mayo we be crusing thru huntington park bumping his corridos with hmies frm anthrax chapitos saludo al licensiado damaso nunez lopez aqui no pasa nada

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    1. Your are gay.. fuck cds

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  39. Guy had some nice boots
    Good Read

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  40. Puro metro numero uno. Pinche rojo mas jotos.

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  41. Pinche rojos mas ponochas

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  42. if drugs made less money with more effort, these guys would be into something else, if these things can be cultivated or made 'en masse, then who wouldnt dabble?? it seems to me not much of a choice but what happens and makes these guys so callous?

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  43. "what happened to Amados 25 billion dollars?"

    $10 billion dollars bank accounts were frozen

    Vicente got the $15 billion dollars piece



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  44. "Anonymous said...

    I'm frm cali los angeles and here we support chapo and mayo we be crusing thru huntington park bumping his corridos with hmies frm anthrax chapitos saludo al licensiado damaso nunez lopez aqui no pasa nada
    June 20, 2013 at 4:21 PM "
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    I bet all your mommas are proud...

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  45. These rojos control much of the poppy production in
    Guerrero, they have for a while but now los guerreros

    Unidos beating them up all over

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  46. June 20, 2013 at 10:00 PM
    "It cant be said any clearer if you guys dont believe me its because you guys never been to Sinaloa and live in the U.S"
    Dude it isnt the ones from the US who dont believe you,its Mexicans who are saying your talkin bullshit?

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  47. Beltran leyva are very well respected family in Culiacan. Chapo isidro and el dos letras control all northen Sinaloa which is los mochis, gusave,guamuchil and parts of Sonora ... and plus they have full suppor of the carillo family in Juarez. Alfredo Beltran is going to have truce with el chapo?? haha keep listening to those corridos its pure propaganda. Family is always going to defend its family Arturo Beltran was his brother!!! You think alfredo is going to just sit back and make a truce with el chapo.!no way! And plus Santiel beltran was picked up by chapos people and never found..I also heard that chapo isidro made a truce with the arellano felix in tijuana

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    1. Propaganda? You do know that Chapo And Mochomo Are brothers in-law right? Chapos sister is Alredito's Mother, therefor their is some kinda off truce. If they picked up santiel mochomos son and they dislike beltrans so much, but yet mochomo's other son is good on bothside's. Beltrans/Guzman's.

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  48. Yes I know that . but did Chapo respect Arturo Beltran after mochomos arrest???no .Chapo wanted him dead. Face it would u make a truce with someone who wanted to fuck with your brothers no way. Northern Sinaloa is Beltran leyva territory and its going to stay that way


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    1. Arturo didnt respect chapo, FEDA killed edgar guzman. Like barbie said, Arturo was a coke head he thought everybody wanted to kill him, im guessin that why after Alfredo arrest he became more peranoid attacking first. BUT ONE THING I DO KNOW. ME AND YOU DONT REALLY KNOW WHAT WENT DOWN.

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  49. Las palabras del mochomo - Enigma norteno , talks bout their truce, mochomos and cds.

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  50. It wouldnt be such a bad idea to make a a major,(hopefully Hollywood production )of how all these events unfolded n came to pass.if i were directing Arturos 8 hour standoff n ultimately him dyng in a hail of bullets(M-60 caliber,no less)would be at about the 70% n middle of movie climax kind a a,like Sony's death in the godfather, part 1.

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