Friday, July 26, 2013

Arrest of Knights of Templar Celaya cell leader, El Kalimba,

Borderland Beat
Celaya. - Attorney General of the State, Carlos Zamarripa Aguirre, confirmed the arrest of a leader of the Knights Templar criminal group and several other members of the organization.

Through his Twitter account, the state prosecutor said the arrest was made in a joint operation of the Immediate Reaction Task Force (GERI) of the Attorney General and the tactical group of the Ministry of Public Security of the State.

"He was arrested in the city of Celaya along with several others involved for the executions of several people last weekend," the official posted.

In the operation they secured various ballistic equipment and firearms, while detainees are involved in at least eight executions and kidnappings.

Agustín Martínez Hernández,  El Kalimbathe principal leader of the The Knights Templar cell in Celaya's arrest was confirmed yesterday.

The 22 year old, claimed to be a native of Guerrero, Acapulco and was arrested in an operation between the state attorneys office and the state Public Safety Department.

As the head of the Knights Templar's Celaya plaza, Agustín Martínez Hernández is accused of murdering three people in Jacarandas, perpetrated last Friday. El Kalimba has arrest warrants issued by judges for the first instance in Celaya.

So far Martínez Hernández has proved his participation has been straightforward in five homicides committed with firearms, mostly super 38s .The prosecutor reported that he is being investigated for his alleged involvement in at least six other murders, so thorough research and integration of relevant investigations continue at this time.

At the scene of the arrest, two super .38 guns were seized, a truck, and a Renault SUV reported as stolen in Toluca, State of Mexico. In the operation, also arrested were Luis Gonzalo Andrade Delgado, El Chaparro, 25, a native of Uruapan, Michoacan, and  Fabián Castan Cruz, 34, of Celaya, Guanajuato. This cell of the Knights Templar was operating not only in Celaya, but also in the area south of Guanajuato especially in those municipalities close to the border of Michoacan.
The Secretary of State for Public Security, Appendini Alvar Cabeza de Vaca reported that it achieved significant arrest of "boss" of  the Knights Templar criminal organization.

For his part, Guanajuato Governor Miguel Marquez Marquez, said that this intervention is a clear sign that Guanajuato has not let down its guard on safety, and there is still very significant coordination between different levels of government, federal, state and municipal.

He continued saying that in the case of Guanajuato, during ongoing monthly meetings with the governors of the zone, it was decided that fortifying and shielding the borders could only possibly be achieved through a coordinated effort.

"We have to be working hard, security is a task for all of us and it must be assumed as such,"  the governor of Guanajuato added

Being close to their home territory of Michoacan, it is no stretch that Los Caballeros Templarios are also thoroughly ingrained in neighboring Guanajuato. They communicate readily to citizens and officials with narcobanners.  The group even went so far as brokering a respite from violence during the papal visit in 2012.  By welcoming the pope to Guanajuatowith their brand of narco communiques hanging from bridges to be visible to his motorcade, they assured he needn't fear the violence.  Of course the banners were immediately removed before the pope even got there and at that time there were no photos. The criminal group's brazen, in your face manner, makes them no strangers to state law enforcement either.  Recent history shows continual arrests of numerous members and leaders by the state security efforts to contain the "cockroach effect." The arrests are so common, many don't even bother mentally registering their meaning; simply more of the same.

Last Sept. Mexican law enforcement dismantled a Knights cell with seven safe houses after of summer of criminal havoc in Guanajuato presumed to be used by many responsible for the torching of gas stations, and the repeated burning of the Sabritas delivery trucks, a Pepsico subsidiary , starting earlier that summer in late May. 


September 13 2012. - In an exclusive interview Multimedia Image Group , Attorney General in Guanajuato State, Carlos Zamarripa Aguirre confirmed that an important cell of the criminal group "The Knights Templar" was dismembered, when law enforcement captured a dozen subjects, including their leader.

They also took shelter of seven houses where during the investigations security searched the homes and Ministerial Police found the body of a victim, who was buried in the garden of a home in San Miguel de Allende, but so far his identity is unknown .

Zamarripa said that this operation searching for the location of these offenders had been ongoing for about three months.

Along with the arrests, it was possible to detain another criminal group in the city of Irapuato.

He said the detainees in the north, in towns like San Miguel de Allende, Dolores Hidalgo and San José Iturbide San Luis de la Paz are being investigated for crimes such as murder and unlawful deprivation of liberty, and that in some safe houses they found drugs, weapons and vehicles.
Protection for the Guanajuato/Michoacan border
Irapuato, Mexico (May 21, 2013) 
In Late May, the Governor of Guanajuato, Miguel Marquez Marquez, announced a special sealing of the Guanajuato border with Michoacán with participation from the mexican military (Army), federal, state, and municipal police officers. The aim being to recover regions occupied by vigilante groups.  the Guanajuato governor announced during a working trip, coming directly from a meeting with the new coordinated security group, which involved the Army, PGR, Cisen, the Federal Police, the Attorney General of the State, the Ministry of Public Security of the State,  "We are working on a draft, a new protection for a security plan for of the border. We are doing this work, devising a plan on paper. We have 15 days, and we're following the border of the state, the whole south of the state will be reinforced with details, to provide protection and assistance against possible future repercussions from fortification of the border and increased surveillance in Michoacan. " 

Marquez Marquez said that in at least seven municipalities in the southern part of Guanajuato, there will be an added presence of military details due to the necessity to strengthen security by the federal, state and municipal police. "We're talking about all municipalities south of Coroneo, Acambaro, Moroleón, Uriangato, Pénjamo, Manuel Doblado, Cuerámaro, which are the areas adjacent to Michoacan," he specified. When asked if authorities fear "the cockroach effect" by the fortifying areas with armed forces in Michoacan? He replied, Undoubtedly this phenomenon can and does occur. There's always been this phenomenon which results more strongly in some entities,  but we have to do our homework," 

Pertaining to the question of adding special security for the Japanese families who have settled in the state to launch the Honda and Mazda auto plants he said,  "We have been watching this issue of security closely, we have talked with them, there is a very close relationship between them and municipal, and state authorities. We're very mindful that security covers, not only the Japanese plant workers and families, but that there is ample protection for all the people throughout all Guanajuato. Miguel Marquez Marquez launched an appeal to Guanajuato to be careful when traveling to the State of Michoacan."Always take precautions, be careful because we know  the issue of security in Michoacan, it is not easy and you have to take care, that is the call to Guanajuato." he said.

Sources: ProcesoProcesoAztec, La Silla Rota, Terra, Policiaca, TVAriteguinoticias, Mxpulso, Excelsior, Union, Borderland Beat
Sources:reforma,Informador ferrizHondaMazda

32 comments:

  1. Tuta and Tio will respond to the capture of their cell leader in Guan. They will probably ambush convoys of federal, state, or GERI forces; leave some hanged bodies in some bridges; drop-off severed heads all over the highways of Guana. To think that the Hondas and Mazdas you buy might have given the CT a quota is surreal. Like the old Mexican cliche says : Like Mexico There isn't two.

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    1. I was just thinking of my neighbor's new Honda and wondering if it has parts stamped with the CT Celaya brand.

      You always hear of the fights in Mich. This article gives some added perspective of other states CT vermin problem and their extermination efforts.

      Isn't it something how much energy, time and money is being spent in Mexico fighting organized crime that could go to other things (crooked politician probably) if they didn't have to fight cartels. The country would possibly be way further along- the people better off. Think about it. They should.



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  2. Look at those three monkeys... No wonder things are going to hell in a handbasquet.

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    1. Sergio-Chivis put it on. I thought he got killed at a baseball game. Jajajaja! Couldn't resist.

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  4. Hey i loved these guys in Indiana jones! I hope they find the holy grail ! Hey drug dealing doesnt follow the teachings in the bible. Jesus will be pissed. Stop trying to make your shittty life noble. U sell drugs kill ppl and take what u dont work for. Oh and fuck your fake bible u dont fool anyone buttards

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  5. @ 10:15

    Monkeys, no. Monkeys throw poo & eat bananas. They are animals acting on basic instinct, not humans with analytical minds. The Alpha male protects his tribe, he doesn't run around killing them for no f'ng reason.

    Those are killers. Jotos que les mataron a su propia gente, sus paisanos. Entonces ven a EEUU gritando, Viva la raza! Pffft! Cual raza? Los muertos?

    Its because of those nutz actions that the racist people in border States have free reign to fuel their agendas of hatred and build walls. "To keep the animals out" as they say. To deport those 'dirty brown illiterate killers/rapists/drug runners'. To decry Mexico as a "failed State". Those guys make Fox News commentators happy about their bigotry.

    Nope, not monkeys. People in the US think monkeys are cute & take them home for pets (where they sometimes rip off their friend's faces.)

    I hope they get more than 2 years for their purposeful ruining of lives, for their killing of campesinos, for their charging of piso to struggling poor. May they rot in Hell forever, Amen.

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    1. Rather well put 10:15. These guys give the whole species-both for that matter-a bad name.

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  6. We want Tuta the Puta beggar to make another video of him crying and begging for help.

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  7. Take away the guns and the connections to the CT and these guys are worthless! Without weapons, they would never pose a threat to anyone!!! They look like little pu$$ies!!! I know old women that would smack these fckers over their heads and walk off laughing!! The fat bastard leader needs to lay off the Bimbo snacks!!

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    1. Yea ok keyboard badass why don't you do that. I bet if u were there these guys would pull your bitch card so fast it would make ur head spin. Just stfu and don't have kids dumbass

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  8. Senor Servando Gómez Martínez is a good man No abuse him.

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  9. Those thugs just don't get it! That state deserves a whole lot more than guys like this. K Asco, si?

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  10. I think I get it now. This is a very concerted effort trying to help Michoacan clean up and not have fall out reach both Michoacan and Guanajuato's historic colonial tourist destinations and ruin yet another summer for local vendors. And at the same time, they are trying to protect the Japanese car companies so they won't go the way of the tourists....ELSEWHERE! Thanks to you Borderland Beat for spelling it out- I finally saw the light. Good post.

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  11. Nice round up of information. I appreciate it. What is it they say? Inciteful? Oh yes and compelling.

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    1. I think it pays to look at the links on Havana's posts. You find surprises! Huh Havana? You wise guy?

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  12. Donde esta Soldado? Alguin lo recuerda? Tal vez se murio por que nunca oir nada de esa puta madre. La tuta, el tio y los ct me peuden pelear la verga. Y el soldado tambien si vive!

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    1. Le echo lo menos al Soldado! Debes escribir mas cuando puedas, Soldado. Lo mejor cosa de CT ----el Soldado

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  13. All the captures lately look like such dough boys. They look like they grew fat and complacent and deserve to be put away.

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  14. Mata un templario
    por ke no creen en Jesús
    no más creen en dinero y drogas
    islámico de Guanajuato.

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  15. Creeps! That's all I have to say on this subject. I am so disgusted.

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  16. this are the Neanderthals that are destroying mexico with each second that passes,sad situation but the only ones that can turn things around are the good people of mexico,they just have to turn off the novelas and fix their own country....

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  17. Guanajuato has been one of the most safest States, i hope the Governor and all authorities keep working hard to stop the invasion of all this mugrosos Michoacans cartels, and other cartel members from the the north.

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    1. The state of Guanajuato has worked hard to be among the 'safer' states but it takes vigilence and weeding out of cottupt officials which Guanajuato is no different from other statesas no shortage.

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  18. Reason why CT. Are bringing fight to feds, militates, and policia. Is because the cjng are coming in trying to take over and are backed by corrupt government! Who are payed by cjng! So CT are making this a good fight not cuz they just want to be assholes. But because there trying to fight off a cartel who so much hated the zetas because they are so dirty. And in turn are turning out to Bea spitting image of Los zetas. Why did cds break pacto with cjng because there dirty. And CT don't want none of that in there state! Simple and plain, who would?

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    1. @2:13PM Fuckoff you meth head scumbag CT gangbanger. Both CT & CJNG are bastards, as big a parasite as each other. All Drug Cartels are bastards & cancer to Mexico.

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  19. Keep fighting Guanajuato! Don't go the way of some pther Mexican states we can all name. You still have a fighting chance due to your hard work.

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  20. @2:13 cds didnt break pact with them that manta was a fake one put up by the resistencia

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  21. Chapo snitch on CT too wanting to save his own ass. La Puta (Tuta) you are next as Chapo is fedup of having you as his beggar bitch.

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  22. That is what people have been saying. They are still with Sinaloa. Still aligned and leaves everyone again wondering about narcamantas and what good the lies serve. Muddies the water and gives gov. something to take down. Just a tactic. Still it is pretty much tranquilo in Celaya, Leon, Silao, San Luis de la Paz, and Southern pueblitos thanks to Guanajuato's efforts and because CJNG is encroaching in Jalisco and Mich. still mostly.

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  23. Its better if El Chapo and Caballeros Templarios control the drug trade in Mexico, at least theyre not trying to kill innocent people and they dont let Mexicans use meth or other hardcore drugs because they know its just theyre way of doing business to try and get a decent living I know because I have family in Michoacan

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