Sunday, December 1, 2013

EPN's First Year Notable Criminal Capture Report

Borderland Beat

The Mexican Federal Government feel they have hit the outer circles, nearer to the inner circular bullseye of 'El Chapo.' In the first year of Peña Nieto's presidency, they have captured 5 alleged operators of the Sinaloa cartel, in addition to the detention of the Z-40, the leader of 'Los Zetas', and 'El Caballo' of of Arellano Felix cartel.
The anti-crime strategy implemented by the current Federal Government changed after former President Felipe Calderon left office, and out with his power went his declaration of war on drugs.

Since Enrique Peña Nieto took office, criminals were, "presented less" as the Interior Minister, Miguel Angel Osorio explained, the strategy meant that the data was unified and there weren't various scattered statements on issues security.

The head Segob declared that because of the presentation of delinquents, "previously many of those criminals had to be released from prison because their human rights had been violated, I do not think (Osorio said) it was because they were not criminals, most likely they probably were, but because of such spectacular displays before TV audiences, and in this time of  human rights considerations, they were released the next day "

From December 1, 2012 the Federal Government captured operators of Los Zetas, New Juarez Cartel, Knights Templar, Arellano Felix, the Gulf Cartel, and dismantled Laguna cartel or "Los Dannys".

Two of the most important captures of the current government were the arrests of Miguel Angel Treviño Morales, Z-40, the alleged leader of the criminal group 'Los Zetas' and Manuel Aguirre Galindo, "El Caballo" or "El Galán" the operator responsible for the financial management of the Arellano Felix cartel, and American sources have pointed out as one of the founders of this criminal group.

However, the Federal Government has hit five operators of the inner circle of the Sinaloa cartel, led by Joaquin Archivaldo 
Guzmán Loera  "El Chapo".

Here the list of the most significant arrests of drug traffickers in Mexico a year after the peñanietista administration started and the return of the PRI:



Miguel Angel Trevino Morales, El Z-40, Leader of 'Los Zetas'
Detention: July
Location: Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas
Details: He is noted for ordering the kidnapping and murder of 265 migrants in San Fernando, Tamaulipas. Had seven arrest warrants for various crimes including organized crime, torture and money laundering, among others.

Manuel Aguirre Galindo, "El Caballo" or "El Galán", operator and in charge of financial management of the Arellano Felix cartel
Detention October
Location: Mexico City
Details: He is charged with drug crimes, organized crime and operations with illegal proceeds

Ines Coronel Barrera, father in law of 'El Chapo' and Sinaloa cartel operator
Detention: April
Location: Agua Prieta, Sonora
Details: It is accused of crimes against health and production, stockpiling and transfer of marijuana into Arizona by land, besides the municipalities of San Luis Rio Colorado, Cananea and Agua Prieta, in Zacatecas. In the same operation was arrested the brother of Joaquin Guzman Loera, El Chapo, Inés Omar Colonel Aispuro .

Ignacio Paez Soto, 'Nacho Páez' or 'C-1', alleged leader of the Sinaloa cartel Plaza in Sonora

Detention: Federal Police in November
Location: Sonora
Details: According to federal reports, the suspect reported directly to 'El Chapo' on the activities of drug transfer, collection of plaza and smuggling fees in the Caborca-Santa Ana - Nogales route.

Mario Nuñez Meza, M-10, El Mayito, alleged leader of the Sinaloa cartel in Juárez
Detention: Agents of the State Police in August 
Location: Chihuahua
Details: related to much bloodshed in the states of Durango and Chihuahua, and according to states' facts "he is linked to hundreds of killings, primarily in Durango for longer," declared governor, Cesar Duarte

José  Fidel Núñez Meza, "M-12", alleged leader of the Sinaloa Cartel in Juarez, 40 years old
Detention: State Police and Attorney General's Office in October
Location: Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua
Details: Reportedly operating in Durango, Coahuila and Chihuahua.

Mario Armando Ramírez Treviño, 'El Pelon' or 'X-20', a leader of the Gulf Cartel
Detention: Army and Marines in Rio Bravo, in August
Location: Tamaulipas.
Details: One of the 'narcos,' most wanted by the DEA, who offered $ 5 million reward for him, and at one time, Considered by PGR and other authorities as violent  'El Lazca' and 'El Z40'.

Gregorio Albeja Linares, Plaza boss Knights Templar in Michoacan, "El Guero Abeja"
Detention: Army and PGR in August
Location: Michoacan
Details: Allegedly involved in drug crimes and kidnapping. Before his capture, the federal government offered a reward of 3 million pesos
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Alberto Carrillo Fuentes, 'Betty la Fea', "Ugly Betty" leader of the New Juarez Cartel
Detention August
Location: Nayarit
Details: Authorities sought leader regaining control of his group that remained in Chihuahua. He is accused of organized crime, drug crimes, money laundering, possession of weapons for the exclusive use of the Army, among others.

Alejandro Arias Barrera, Plaza boss "Juarez Cartel" in Ciudad Cuauhtémoc, Chihuahua
Detention August
Location: Zapopan, Jalisco
Details: he is charged with money laundering, organized crime, drug crimes, and possessing firearms exclusively for use by armed forces. Its area of operation in various municipalities of Chihuahua as Cusihuiriachi, Carichí, San Francisco de Borja, Grand Morelos, Belisario Domínguez, Riva Palacio and the town of Ciudad Cuauhtémoc.

Edgardo Azuara Gonzalez, head of plaza "Gulf Cartel", 50.
Detention: Federal Police in September
Location: Mexico City
Details: He is allegedly linked to drug crimes, homicide and organized crime. Operating in the state of San Luis Potosi.

Daniel Garcia Avila, leader of "Cartel de la Laguna" or "Los Dannys', 'El Danny'
Detention: Federal Police in April
Location: Zacatecas
Details: He is responsible for various alleged unlawful killings and the Laguna region, besides the kidnappings of the newspaper El Siglo de Torreón. At the time of his arrest, the police confiscated a vehicle two assault rifles AK-47, an AR-15 rifle, supplied various chargers, communication equipment and a package of marijuana.

Juan Antonio Avila Garcia, leader of "Laguna Cartel" or "Los Dannys", 46
Detention: Federal Police in March
Location: Jalisco
Details: He is the brother of Daniel Garcia Avila. Supposedly, is from Jalisco coordinating the activities of the criminal organization in Gómez Palacio and Lerdo in Durango and Torreon, in Coahuila. Allegedly responsible for the financial operations of the criminal group.

Gabriel Ovalle Zúñiga, plaza boss, 27 years
Detention: Federal Police
Location: Jalisco
Details: Listed by authorities as two of the main controls called Cartel de la Laguna. Allegedly engaged in drug sales, kidnapping, extortion and murder their opponents in Torreon and Durango ..

Jacobo Zuniga Ovalle, 'El Rambo' plaza boss
Detention: Federal Police in April
Location: Zacatecas
Details: Boss of cell of sicarios. He is investigated by the homicide of contender for the nomination for mayor of Lerdo, Durango, Mario Alberto Landeros Campero, and his driver. In addition to kidnapping.

Jesus Salvador Coronado Rosales, "El Negro", 33
Detention: Accredited State Police Coahuila in November 
Location: Coahuila
Details: Said to be part of the criminal organization 'Los Zetas'. He was in charge of dues, several businesses such as bars and restaurants. At the time of his capture, they seized a vehicle, a rifle AK-47 type, with accompanying charger supplied with 24 rounds of ammunition, a suitcase of marijuana and three Chargers 'AK-47'.

Jorge Uvaldo del Fierro Varela, El Ruso head of Los Zetas plaza in Saltillo
Detention: The Operational Response Group Metropolitan in November
Location: Coahuila
Details: At the time of his capture he seized drugs, weapons and money.

Roman Ricardo Palomo Ricones, 'El Coyote', one of the leaders of 'Los Zetas in Tamaulipas
Detention: The Coordination Group Tamaulipas in August
Details: He was arrested with three other people who kept captive to eight people, who were rescued.

Miguel Angel  Villarreal Barajas, alias "El Mojón" surviving leader of the Gulf Cartel in Quintana Roo
Detention: Municipal police in October
Location: Cancun
Details: Tied with several murders in Cancun, including the case of Gumersindo Martinez, then operating general coordinator of the Preventive Police in the Ministry of Public Security and Traffic.

Leopoldo Jaimes Valladares, identified as one of the leaders of 'The Knights Templar' in Michoacan.
Arrest November
Location: Apatzingán, Michoacán

Details: he is likely responsible for the crimes of possession of exclusive weapon of the armed forces, extortion, vehicle theft and was investigating his possible involvement in violent acts committed against facilities of the Federal Commission of Electricity (CFE).

Milenio

50 comments:

  1. Damn los Dannys got the shaft poor bastards never got a shot off jejejejejejejej!

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    1. The dannys betrade el mayo they weren't gona last long

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  2. Thanks for Peña Nieto's Propaganda Report. No denying it, these are his sextenio's captures. It is like a walk down memory lane. What happened to the rest of the photos, Havana?Don't tell us you fell asleep before you CAPTURED all the deadbeats' photos?

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  3. This is BS. None of these captures, which they flaunt as their crown achievements, has made any notable difference. It doesn't tackle the underlying cause at all.
    I think part of the problem is the president only cares about what happens during his term, so he's going after short term, sexy solutions like taking out capos, but does nothing for the long term development of the country. And if they release Z40 in a few years no one will blame Pena Nieto...

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    1. 9:09 pm -it isn't bullshit because they existed and got captured and happened in EPN's first year as president. But their capture makes no real difference to the war on drugs really. But it is sort of nice to see them laid out in a list. They wouldn't blame EPN if Z-40 escaped unless he may have had something to do with it. They don't blame Fox for El Chapo's but he knew.

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    2. Everybody blamed fox for the short guys escape

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  4. How do they decide their moniker(M1, M20, X69? Anyone know?

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  5. It's a multi headed hydra monster each cartel ,and if one head is cut off, the creature keeps on living. Those arrests just give the apperance that the rule of law
    is being upheld when on the steets it's being broken everywhere by many including government officials.

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    1. 9:47 M is for maricones
      P is for pendejos
      X is for jotos
      CT is for culos de la puta tuta
      and so on.
      9:01 Havana prophet saved the cutest for herself,you will have to make doo with the leftovers as always...
      What I want to see is the captures of all the corrupt popoliticians,la chucky has been arrested,I know,but the MONEY SHE STOLE has not been arrested as of yet.
      what about the femat,moreira,granier, salinas de gortari,etc,etc.
      I am sure they all would gladly give back the money just to get out of prison,and their cowardly families,same thing,from stealing at the protecting shade of their elders,to just taking the ill gotten money to spend in Swiss chalets,Swiss tall blondes like the son of el gober precioso (priista,Marin,pederasta)
      And el princeso,son of aguascalientes state governor,or the graniers,or the moreiras...
      I WANNA SEE A REPORT ON THE PROSECUTIO OF CORRUPTION MISTER PRESIDENT,IF YOU EVER GROW A PAIR!!!!!!!!!

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  6. CHANGES??? WTF??? Are you getting your information from the SELLOUTS Televisa or TV Azteca??? There are more CONFIRMED killed and more extortion in 2013 than in 2012. Just because the government decided to keep the drug related crimes out of the main stream media, which are a bunch of SELLOUTS, does NOT mean that they are not there or that its been reduced. Its going to get WORST since the piece of shit president is going to pay the campaign favors to the oil corporations by handing them PEMEX. We should expect an exaggerated amount of Mexican citizens coming illegally to the US since things will be even worse when they handout PEMEX. Pemex's earnings makeup a HUGE HUGE HUGE part of mexico's corrupt government's income. Without Pemex help Mexico will become an unbearable hell for the poor which is more than half of Mexico's citizens. Please inform yourself before MISINFORMING your readers.

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    1. How much money did Felipe Calderon hinojosa make for handing pemex oil contracts to the powerful Spanish oil corporations that have no oil,no oil expertise,no infrastructure other than the corrupt king Juan Carlos de Borbon and his cousin Dos Sicilias?...all Spain had to do was allow for Mexican drug traffickers toooerate in Spain and let Mexico sell the most pestilent mixed with Spanish piss tequilas in Spain,giving Mexico a bad taste coupled with the reputation of a bad name

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  7. the Mexico-US policy - a product of the top echelons of the respective governments - is aimed at decapitating the heads of the cartels. but no-one has a policy to restore justice to the 80-90 million people on the streets of Mexico who struggle to get by each day. THAT is the essence of the problem.

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    1. The real agenda,as evidenced by the results is to set aside as much money as possible,to steal as much of it as possible while doing the least damage possible to the friendly narcs,buying equipment at tripled prices,to allow for the intermediaries cut,etc etc

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  8. no BLO leaders involve amazing report, because the generals protector of beltranes??? So el cholo is right?

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  9. Father in law of el chapo that only moved marijuana and a couple of sicarios, what a big hit to the sinaloa cartel. This is such a joke. The only real fucker they got was z40, everyone else are sicarios and even z40 was a glorified sicario. Great job EPN.

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    1. What about Galindo? He's a founding member of the AFO.To loose a guy like that would hurt any organization

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  10. A few capos are taken out now and then (by the Feds, "friends", rivals or whatever) and what is the effect??? Answer: ZERO, NADA, zilsch, niente, nothing ... absolutely nothing. Why? Because the real winners are above the capo. Who are they? Politicians, law makers, judges, lawyers, police & military commanders, arms dealers. The capo MUST pay all of the above to conduct business. The real winners do not want the game to stop or change ... and why should they?

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  11. just a show just capture chapo and ill be impressed like other people only problem with that is that chapo sons don't want to pay to play they want to control everything witch incudes especially tijuana

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  12. unless Mexico gets a real investifgative force of police officers that has NO corruption and an excellent arrest record - there is NO way that things will turn around.

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  13. PGR puerta giratoria

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  14. 11:17 NO,corruption has no place in our heroic military institutions,even when cadets in the colegio militar reportedly get raped and assaulted to teach them military discipline(see cadet Berenice).
    Giving soldiers the right to organize,as citizens, and the duty of looking out for the rights of the people,irregardless of military discipline,the right and the duty to start judicial proceedings under civil or military courts,would help the fight on crime,under disguise of military discipline,many officers wipe their asses with their soldiers and the Mexican people.
    For your information,the Mexican EL PRESIDENTE
    of the banana republic is the commander in chief of the armed forces too,and uses all his mighty powers to look after the well being of the greediest of his class,the foreign interests and his compatriots that represent them,for the glory of their highest lord...MONEY,IN FOREIGN BANKS...

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  15. El coyote de SF bad dude hurt a lot nice people in SF hope they hang the SOB

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    1. 9:29 in defense of the coyote, he just cooked the pozole with the meat he received,if we start blaming him for the murders too,z40 "the walking barrel of menudo",will get out of prison much sooner,and la Barbie will not like that,la ardilla will not like that,I will not like that...

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  16. in spite of all the complaints here - and many are genuine - the Mexican Gov't did have some very big successes this past year. Most notable was the removal of Z-40 from the streets. And when this is combined with the earlier removal (or death) of Lazcano, it was a major blow to the Zetas' leadership. That can only be a good thing!

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  17. Ur pictures of Pena Nieto lately have been funny!! He looks like a young version of Mr. Bean!! Lol

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  18. Also from the sinaloa cartel El Fantasma, El 05 from Jalisco Nacho's nefew. Also from a comment from above. There hasnt been anyone significant from Beltran Leyva.

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  19. El fantasma y el sony. Esos si fueron golpes fuertes. Pero como dijo mayo zambada. "Si me atrapan, nada cambia".

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  20. "The real winners do not want the game to stop or change ... and why should they?"

    they won't.
    and so it means that the way that drug cartels are taken down in the future has to be changed. otherwise there is no effect.

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  21. No no Pene Nieto in the pic look like the " we got a bad ass over here" meme.

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    1. Lol more like "ay si capturo a 10 narcos y ya me creo chingon"

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  22. Yea el cholo is more than right I mean there always crying that chapo has control of the military this and that when you really look into it he really dosent and the operators they got Weren't even big fish they where just plaza bosses all they do is get a better plaza boss than the one before same goes with the zetas and blo linea they just put new jefes at the plaza. I wonder where el j.l is in all of this that guy is really low pro I don't think he's dead they would of made a big deal of it if he was what's funny is that everyone believes anything you say on here.

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  23. Catch that tuta asshole and then we will talk about real progress

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  24. @chivis no ha salido el nuevo mapa del territorio de los carteles en mexico? Ya paso mucho tienpo del ultimo mapa del narcotrafico...por favor investiga a ver que cambios a pasado en el territorio de carteles ...thnks..

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    1. 3:40 chiva.you can be a doll.cuttie.and bring some coffee.thank you. cuttie pie.
      Just type to Google,map of drug traffickers territories,pick he latest one,that shows the reach of el chapo, to the bathroom of the Mexican presidential palace itself.
      Chivaaa! there are big businessmen behind drug trafficking and politicians in Mexico, they the ones holding up the house of cards, as a matter of personal development that would be worth knowing about,for all of us...

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  25. Aka el mojon or turd hahaha thats hilarious!

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  26. Nieto, will go down in history, of being Chapo and Azul, president...Give it time

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  27. Pena nieto is like " Chapo , no Chapo aqui, no Nintendo. next prejunta plis"..

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    1. 10:31 are you trying to kill somebody?
      My aneurism almost burst,this was so funny, keep it up,you made me love BB another 10%..juay not ticher?...

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    2. 11:39 am ..lol thanks . l'm going to steal this picture and use is as a meme..

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  28. I dont understand how presenting these guys after their arrest had anything to do with violating their human rights, domtheir human rights supercede the damage done by their crimes, is their something in the mexican constitution which states that showing those who were arrested violates their rights. Does it have to do with the public condemning them before they are tried??

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  29. Isn't chapo guzman the real president of mexico?

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  30. "I will not like that..."

    well, why didn't you just say so? Haha!!

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    1. 10:09 Callate pinchi pozolero,I just said so
      now go back to your chopped raw liver, human,I suppose...

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  31. I tried uploading maps to scribd but I was having problems. I will try again. here is the one that was sent to me last spring 2013
    http://borderland-beat-forum.924382.n3.nabble.com/New-cartel-map-td4051350.html#a4051454

    that is the latest I know of and was republished many times. It is from a US "agency". I was sent the Texas cartel maps from the same person.

    If I can get my png maps converted to jpeg I will post 4 very interesting maps.
    one is from 2005, when only 3 cartels are depicted and the territories were large areas of land. it is stunning.

    another is the texas and the one at the link, and another is stratfors map of 2012.

    I would like to assemble from 2000 to today but can't find a 2000 cartel map only the 2005.

    if anyone has a 200-2003 map please send to me. and if I get what I need I will make a post.

    something else. is anyone good at using map making programs? I tried and was frustrated. I want to make a CT map, they are operating in 13 states now.

    thanks!

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    1. Chivaaa! why can't I find any news about the biiig businessmen behind the cartels and drug trafficking organizations?
      There used to be a Sonia atala, from Bolivia,a niece of the of president barrientos,the DEA worked with her uncovering some CIA shenanigans for letting her off easy...

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    2. Chivis that map your talking about is very incorrect the zetas are in every state

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  32. 3:59 it signifies operational presence, not a simple presence. I agree Zs are in every state that is important to them, but no way operational.

    If you have information that contradicts that please send to me I welcome it as this map is old at 6 months, particularly as far as Templarios goes.

    Thanks!

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    1. Yea chivis los caballeros templarios crecieron mucho en diferentes estados, pero a hora estan batallando en michoacan con los policuas cumunitarios. Pero asi como dicen que hay zetas en todo el pais es cierto pero sus celulas ya no operan como antes, una simple razon son zacatecas, san luis potosi, nuevo leon tabasco y quintana rro o yucatan ya no tienen mucha precencia por el cambio de los ex zetas o talivanes a hora talivanes cdg. Yo pienso chivis que ha vido muchos cambios en las dos grandes organisaciones que son los carteles poderoso de mexico los zetas y el pasifico del mayo azul y chapo. Tanto los dos carteles a ganado batallas y perdido territorios en unos estados y en otros estados han ganado territorio..yo pienso que va ver nuevas alianzas y nuevas guerras entre ex aliados,en ese negocio todo puede cambiar en un abrir y cerrar de ojos...gracias chivis es solo una opinio de un lector del borderland beat y no soy y ni me creo narco y mucho menos porrista de ningun grupo criminal.gracias

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  33. @6:20PM In the blink of an eye things absolutely change. I laugh when I hear someone say about agreements and alliances between cartels. How can there be faith in such things? They are criminals, when it benefits them greater than the alliances, the alliance disappears.

    I no longer worry about what people think, I just give my opinion, I recall once there were three comments directed to me sent in close together, one said I was a Chapo nut-hugger, another CDG cheerleader the other "zeta lover". jajaja so silly. It is always when I make a statement against their favorite cartel. How stupid to have a favorite cartel. right?

    But these Templarios are very different than the others. They are not a war against cartels, they are at war to control all Mexicans, and their growth should be of great concern to everyone.

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  34. 9:26 chivaaa! It must be the smell of religious cult influence,demanding blind obedience or else...

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