Friday, April 18, 2014

Analysis: Sinaloa cartel losing power in Juárez

Borderland Beat
 
The Carrillo Fuentes drug-trafficking organization, with its enforcement arm La Línea, is moving to regain the El Paso-Juárez corridor from the Sinaloa cartel, whose power in Juarez is eroding quickly, according to a terrorism and security analyst from the Texas-based private intelligence firm Stratfor

We began seeing the weakening of the Sinaloa cartel and the strengthening of the VCF (Vicente Carrillo Fuentes) cartel and La Línea in Juárez because of the help of Los Zetas cartel since the end of last year," Stratfor's vice president of Tactical Intelligence, Scott Stewart, said.

Stewart was one of the speakers at the second day of the U.S.-México Border Security Summit. Wednesday's conference was at the Doubletree Hotel in Downtown El Paso.

The Juárez Chapter of ASIS International, an organization that provides private security services to businesses all over the world, organized the two-day summit to promote the El Paso-Juárez region to chief security officers and representatives of U.S. manufacturing companies.
 
During his presentation of "The Border Potential Treats: Intelligence," Stewart gave an update on the trends and dynamics of the major drug cartels in México, including the Sinaloa cartel, the Zetas, Jalisco Nueva Generación, the Gulf cartel, the Knights Templar and the Beltrán Leyva organization.

The Sinaloa cartel, which battles for turf with the Carrillo-Fuentes drug-trafficking organization, leaving more than 10,000 dead in Juárez since 2007, still controls almost all Chihuahua state.

However, Los Zetas, which are the second largest drug-trafficking organization in México and the Sinaloa cartel's biggest rival, has begun to help the Carrillo Fuentes cartel in moving illegal drugs around the El Paso-Juárez border in an attempt to regain control of this plaza, Stewart said.

He said that it is unknown how long the Sinaloa cartel is going to resist, but so far this year there has not been a considerable increase of violence in Juárez like in the past years. 

"We think it is because the Sinaloa cartel's control over Juárez is eroding quickly," he said.

Stewart explained the Sinaloa cartel was hit hard with the killing in December of Gonzalo "El Macho Prieto" Inzuza, who was believed to be one of the chief cartel leaders. It was also impacted by the arrests in January of enforcer José Rodrigo Aréchiga Gamboa "El Chino Antrax" and ultimately the capture in February of the cartel's leader Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán.

"Once those guys are out of the picture it makes it more difficult for the Sinaloa cartel to project military power, so we think that is what is helping to keep down the violence," he said.

He predicts that the murder rate in México will continue decreasing and the overall violence will not increase significantly in the next months. However, there could be spikes of increased levels of violence in the states of Chihuahua, Sinaloa, Sonora and Baja California as the Sinaloa cartel tries to maintain control.

Thank you to the reader for the heads up.

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By Lorena Figueroa / El Paso Times

135 comments:

  1. How about Tamaulipas? You havnt talk about whats really going down there... 128 people dead just over the weekend. Come on chivis, get it together and informe this people. The have the right to know what's really happening back in mexico, specially the ones that have family down there

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    1. Funny how i replied here but my comment wasnt approved ;)

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  2. Chapo looks tired in this picture. Look at his eyes...its as if he is projecting relief. Relieved that all the hiding, lying, murdering, power struggles, mayhem, paranoia, distrust, greed, etc.. is finally giving his Soul a rest. May The Creator of The Universe touch his Spirit and bring him to repentence. "Peace, be still and know that I AM The LORD."

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    1. Armageddon is coming when the true God cleans the earth.its very close

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  3. I don't care bout any cartel but if a cartel was losing a plaza then wouldn't that mean the violence would greatly increase?? I doubt the Sinaloa cartel would just hand them the plaza without a fight so why would the decrease n violence mean they are losing their territory? I thought the zetas where dwindling in power so what I'm starting to understand is that nobody knows what the fuck their talking bout

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    1. I live here in Juarez. The killings are picking up. The word has spread around to be home before 6 pm because there are new people showing up in parts of the city. I only pray that my family stays safe. I work in El Paso but my wife and 3 kids live in Juarez. We are in the process of moving them over to the US. But it cost us alot of money to make the move. Here in my neighborhood there have been 3 murders in two weeks. We here gun shots everynight. I'm always scared when I go to work in el Paso while I'm driving to the bridge.

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  4. stratfor has been proven time and time again to be completely and utterly fucking clueless about cartel activities in mexico.

    they get their talking points from washington.

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    1. thats true.every time they say something its bullshit

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  5. Chapo snitched. 0 2 calsetines boltiados.

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  6. this is sooooooo funny!!!omg!!!! soooo funny!!! where all you chapo lovers now!!!!!!

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    1. Where all you carillo lovers now where your zetas daddies now?

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    2. U can say what u want but chapo was the baddest in drug history until now....I doubt there will be another like him....it will take 4 dudes to do his job......dont hate because ur jealous that where ur from the cartel isnt shit

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  7. THE PROBLEM IS DRUG ADDICTION.. MAYBE IF THE U.S.A RAN MORE CHANNELS ON T.V.. PEOPLE WOULDNT BE SO IN TO DRUGS.. HAHAHA

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  8. This is nothing new. Bloggers have been saying this for months. Sinaloa huggers don't want to admit the lost power of the Federation. They can't fight BLO, Zetas, AF and CF and not lose territory. It will just get worst for the Federation. Down goes the champ. And the new champion is.......only time will tell.

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    1. ^^^he said bloggers have been saying it lol its like saying well i saw it on tv do its true lol

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    2. will its not the templers

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  9. told ya from the beginning......juarez cartel was not gonna be stopped....mu opinion,even tougher than la linea have been barrio aztecas-aztecas...you all can say what ya want,but thanks to the aztecas,juarez cartel did not lose chihuahua during the time the goverment backed up chapo...but the mexican political group PAN,ARE OVER and done with...back is the pri....BACK IS THE JUAREZ CARTEL IN CONROL...BUT THANKS TO THEM AZTECAS....STATING FACTS...THATS IT...NOT ONE SIDED OPNIONS....

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    1. The aztecas are probably the biggest thieves of drugs from the vcf cartel. All the pieces of shit in one team lets c how this eorks put longterm wise

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  10. If I recall correctly, Stratfor has a history of misjudging situations and making premature declarations. Take this with a grain of salt.

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    1. Stratfor is a CIA front genious

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  11. "There has not been a considerable increase of violence in Juárez like in the past years." That can mean Sinaloa could still be in command.

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  12. So nice to have El Jackass banned, it appears most people are now playing nice. We aren't so on edge seeing his never ending tirade, know it all, knows so little.
    My question is if this is an anonymous blog how can you ban him without his email address?

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  13. http://www.suntimes.com/news/26880810-418/feds-nab-another-associate-of-el-chapo.html#.U1GIlld8oyc

    this guy was nabbed in Las Vegas NV and taken to chicago. ive always said that the Mexican drug cartels have a controlling interest in vegas and also work with the American Mafia [who still control most of vegas] to help launder their money and kill people for them. And this is where the true danger lays. In their ability to work so cohesively with other criminal organizations.

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    1. @236 The American mafia? Hahaha WTF is that?

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    2. Haha,true.they were wiped out by the federales,and corporate took over.as documented in the movie casino. HAHS.good point 1:47,you're sharp.

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  14. http://www.forbes.com/sites/doliaestevez/2014/04/17/upset-about-a-controversial-narco-deal-mexico-reaffirms-it-will-not-extradite-drug-kingpin-el-chapo-guzman-to-the-u-s/

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  15. from what i heard is that alot of guys in chihuahua made a peace pact i dont know if its just cds people or if some of cdj are involved in the pact as well thats why the south central region has been very peaceful lately its being said that no one has goverment or military help anymore....

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  16. 1:05

    I have lived all over Mexico and now in Chihuahua. Drugs are rampant here and sold in many more locations then I saw in the USA. So what country do you live in that it is drug free? Even the poorest people use cocaine here in Mexico. Marijuana is very common here. The USA just buys more of everything and at higher prices. But Mexico easily rivals the USA in percentage of people that use drugs, from what I see on the streets and living here for many years. If a person wants to use drugs that is his business. I never use them because I have no desire.

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    1. You're lying so bad nobody in mexico uses coke they use meth. Trust me everybody already knows white people use more drugs than any other race its a statistical fact.

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    2. You lying piece of shit! lol

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    3. @April 19, 2014 at 3:16 PM

      Show these statistics....u r an idiot. ...go to a mexican club and see how much coke gets used....mexico is no different than the usa when it comes to drug use....there is just more money in the USA


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  17. When Juarez needs help from zetas to fend off Sinaloa. Then they really aren't that powerful.

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    1. Go to juarez and find out thers still killing of cops and cartel violence

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  18. @2:31PM
    It is anonymous to us but there is a SPAM tool, we can use that and future comments from that email addy goes into the spam folder and then deleted so most often bypasses us. I say most often as for whatever reason one may slip through. But it seems to work pretty well.

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  19. hey guys, CAN YOU TELL ME WHAT ARE THE BEST CARTEL MOVIES?

    Please dont say traffic. ive seen that a thousand times. Im asking in borderland beats comments section because you guys know the deal.

    Give me some good choices. Dont give me crappy b movies. I want cartel movies properly done. so i can download them illegally. make sure they have subtitles.

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    1. Movies, no. Novelas Colombianas, yes. Cartel De Los Sapos, Las Muñecas De La Mafia, El Patron Del Mal (Pablo Escobar story), Las Mariposas etc. From Caracol Television. I suggest reading the books first, try Amazon. If you live close to Mexico, go to Sanborn's or Libreria Ghandi.

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    2. Brokeback mountain pendejo.

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    3. El infierno really good and blow also really good... Enjoy

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    4. El inferno. Anybody think that movie shows what its really like in Mexico? Or is it too Hollywood?

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    5. Oldies but goodies: La banda del carro rojo , Contrabando y Traicion, 30 segundos para morir, Camelia La Texana,

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    6. Hahaha brokeback mountain

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    7. Give "Alias El Mexicano" a whirl, anyway. It's a really good book & much better production than "El Patron Del Mal" or "El Cartel De Los Sapos," which is the worst, yet.

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    8. You guys forgot the movie HELI
      here's the tráiler...

      http://m.youtube.com/?q=heli+trailer#

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    9. You guys forgot HELI

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    10. Bullshit.all these commenters are wrong.they don know shit.alls those movies are bullshitz.
      The BEST cartel movie is...
      BRING ME THE HEAD OF ALFREDO GARCIA

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  20. Now la linea is my favorite cartel. They are now my hommies. Wats up now chappo nut huggers ?

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    1. Oh no!! Your on their side. Whatever will we do now. Im scared. Ha!!

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  21. How can the Juarez cartel be gaining strength when the only way they can move dope around Juarez is with Los Zetas holding their hand?

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    1. Your an idiot that knows nothing Vicente CARILLO FUENTES has BILLIONS by zetas helping them out it only means the Juarez Cartel payed money so zetas could send sicarios to back up any of their. Interest. Just how BLO did in Sinaloa. Zetas have the sicarios and the capos have the money. This doesn't mean zetas move in to become plaza bosses, the plaza bosses remain CDJ.

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    2. because CDS and Zetas are the strongest cartels in Mx so you're either allied with one or the other or you get wiped out simple as that

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    3. Thats true and los zetas rarely move anything same with the juarez cartel they mainly kidnap and extort

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    4. The military was holding the midget's hand.

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    5. Midget??? Im sure you are all of about 12 years old

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  22. Does anyone here really take Stratfor opinions as the truth??? LOL... They have no clue whats going on.

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  23. Cartel Movies

    Scareface
    A man apart
    Savages
    End of watch
    Kingpin series only 1

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  24. I think CAF is still non existent, the sinaloa cartel likes everything calm, so if anything I think they gained more power but in the end all cartels should be killed

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  25. __________&zzzzzzzzzzz have always been clicked up nothing new..if anybody needs hand holding its el chapo from the military....

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    1. I thought you juarez fools said that sinaloa didnt run shit in juarez.so how are they losing Juarez if they dont run it

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  26. the media said the violence would increase. I guess they are wrong again.

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  27. April 18, 2014 at 3:37 PM
    sorry to hear that I wish you good luck.

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  28. documentary on Netflix called Narco Cultura is good juarez-el paso border

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  29. @11:57 its how it goes down, the government/media isn't going to reveal the truth, either because of corruption or fear. Plus for the last ten years these monsters been running around murdering each other senselessly, at a rate never before seen. By now killing is all they are good at.

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  30. Juarez has never been in complete control of cds,la linea was always active, and so were los aztecas. The zetas are more intrested in coahilua than chih,remember the saying"the enemy of my enemy is my friend"keep in mind dat cds had the federal governnment on their side, had as allies cdg to fight zetas and they still couldnt win,now that the arrangements with fed gov is done,cds will reap what its sowed!! Not a hugger just stating probable scenarios,only those in da mix know for sure!!

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  31. to the guy who is first on this thread. did you not read chivis saying she has her family visiting since last week? she can't report on everything anyway, see the list of all those so called reporters? that never contribute anything? Be grateful for her hard work, or find the news you need somewhere else asshole.

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  32. EL SICARIO IN ROOM 164 documentary by Charles bowden

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    1. That "sicario" sounded fake to me.

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  33. " Stratfor " for all we know could be the grandson of some higher intelligence agency spreading miss-information;

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  34. I can't wait to see prison pictures of Chapo after a period of time. Will he be able to bribe the guards in to providing hair dye?

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  35. Thanks Chivas! I appreciate the work you do considering this is your free time. I would say that security firm gave an entirely Inaccurate Analysis but I'm sure it pleased their audience.
    Mn

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  36. cheapo had it koming 4 a while since c.d.s kouldnt own any plazas when they had all the help 4rm the military N government . even though I still read about c.d.s supporters sayN otherwise but C.D.J N their armD wing's kouldnt be broken w when c.d.s had their chance.

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  37. This is what happens when chapo starts wars with everybody while standing behind the military. But now that the military doesn't want to help him the truth is revealed of how weak his cartel really is

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  38. LOS MUERTO DE HAMBRE" sicarios
    LAS CUCARACHAS Y " carteles
    LOS OJETES" " govierno
    Good movie"

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  39. "Another setback for the autodefensas was the arrest of Enrique Hernández Saucedo, the autodefensa leader of the town of Yurécuaro, who is accused of participating in the murder of the mayor of Tanhuato. According to autodefensa leaders, these are also trumped-up charges--they suspect Hernández Saucedo is currently being held incommunicado because he intercepted Templario payrolls containing the names of state senators and town mayors throughout Michoacán.

    On April 14, the Attorney General's Office formally accused 17 autodefensas from Yurécuaro of terrorist activities. This sets a serious and alarming precedent since it's the first time that these accusations are brought against autodefensa groups."

    Mora and the others, still in jail.

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  40. It will be interesting to see how Mayo and Azul (along with others) manage CDS after the arrest of Chapo and the increase in rivals attacking their turf. This year will either see the start of the end of CDS and the rise of lots of smaller groups that will take their place or if the CDS leaders do it right, the cartel can take full control of Juarez and other major plazas and perhaps even take over some of the Zetas turf. Also with the highly possible decline of Knights Templar CDS should take control of their turf and remaining people like they did with the Milenio Cartel and it majorly boosted their strength.

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  41. Have no fear the Avengers are here

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  42. I believe bloggers give the must accurate information. Remember they are the ones on the street getting the information and sharing it. I don't mean you wanabees and huggers. I mean the the ones knee deep in the shit. Where I get my info I must say its pretty damn accurate.

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  43. Saw this on CNN this morning. Maybe it is already on here someplace. Maybe not newsworthy? If so it can be screened by BB and not posted.

    http://www.cnn.com/video/data/2.0/video/world/2014/04/13/dnt-valencia-cartel-social-media.cnn.html

    It is amazing that with all these high profile toys that they can do things with impunity and not get caught. They would in my eyes be an easy take down with the military.

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  44. Thanks to all who suggested El Inferno. That movie was sick. That flick creep up iinto my top 5 gangsta movies. El pinche cochiloco, that nigga was real.

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    1. "Ya no soy el Gordo maza. Ahora soy el Cochiloco". Great movie.

      Check out this movie called "Empire". Also check out "El cartel de los sapos", the movie. If you want some og shit on what happened to the first Mexican Don, Pedro Aviles, check out "La Clave 7", parts 1&2. Good movies. -El Nemesis

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  45. Im from el paso but most of my family is from juarez. the true story goes like this, la linea is in chihuahua city but los aztecas are the ones running cd juarez. Sinaloa are on the ranchos on the outskirts if juarez. The valley of juarez is what is heating up due to los aztecas taking out cds. Zetas are no where in juarez. Zetas are in southern chihuahua assisting la linea on the border of chihuahua and sinaloa. the state of Chihuahua is pretty much divided between juarez cartel and Sinaloa cartel. But you have alot of cds fighting against cds in chihuahua making it easy for the juarez cartel to clean them up. The federation is divided now and some are even making alliances with the juarez cartel

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  46. Im no expert but it seems everyone has a crazy theory. Is it possible that Mayo, with his historical ties, has partnered with Juarez? Much of the beef stemmed from chapo/bravo taking out rodolfo and invading juarez. With chapo gone and mayo all about making money and keeping peace wouldnt this be possible? All the players who calentaron plaza in juarez are gone. Maybe mayo brokered a partnership for everyone to make more cash

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  47. jaja ok...but I am not saying I agree with this, I just wanted to get feedback. Our readers know more than many pro annalists....paz, chviis

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  48. A load of moneyed white collar clowns eating lobster and talking about things which they have never ever participated in,and which they read from"reports"A load of utter bollocks,still they get to travel,,,and get paid for this boolshit.
    If any of this is factual from these fools,it will be by pure luck.

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  49. And thats a bullshit fact, no one in mexico my ass?? Hmm sounds ethnocentric to me, so if I go drive around to every methadone clinic in my town I will see mostly white people? And all the white guys drive into mexico go into the barrios and colonias to get their hard earned drugs?? I tend to believe that every race uses drugs, some places more, some places less. Why not sell drugs on both sides of the border if people will buy them? That sounds more likely to me...

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  50. I know this may be totally off subject, but, right after ol chappy got yanked, supposedly he was talki g all sorts of shit, the thing I am wondering about is when he copped to like 2 or 3 thousand murders, whaa.. that he himself did or that he sanctioned? I havent seen much about it..

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  51. Nada cambia el cartel de sinaloa sigue igual nomas deferente generacion

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    1. El cartel de sinaloa ya no existe

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  52. I dont rewlly know of any straight up cartel movies in english, I mean yeah some have elements of cartels written into the story, usually the only mention of cartels is just that, its usually someone says "were the" or, "its the cartel" probablyend of watch makes mention of the sinaloa cartel and some interesting footage of psuedo d.e.a secret footage, it looks pretty realistic the way they showed the human trafficking safehouse etc, i would buy those cheesy mexican cartel movies in the 5 dollar bin at wal mart if they had subtitles, I mean "gringo" movies have subtitles for the spanish speaking crowd
    n my opinion if some of the mexican movies based on cartel gossip and stories would add subtitles for english audiences we could enjoy them too, and if its a good flick, its a good flick

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  53. Typing on a tablet sux

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  54. This is off topic but to all you chapo isidro lovers are going cry like little bitches in a few weeks time hes been hiding from the cds, the government had him running and la mochomera was kicking his ass BB post this la mochomera is deciding what to do with him

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  55. This is off topic but to all you chapo isidro lovers are going cry like little bitches in a few weeks time hes been hiding from the cds, the government had him running and la mochomera was kicking his ass BB post this la mochomera is deciding what to do with him

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  56. good movies..Narco Cultura and Traffic

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  57. you so funny 903am....you say...all you chapo isidro lovers.....la mochomera,you fool,is chapo isidro...mochomera is not cds....beltran and cds do not have a truce..they continue as enemies...i bet you just still throwing a fit because of chapo guzman,huh!!!!hahahaha cds contnues to lose power,sucka!!! omg,this is so funny!!!!where all you chapo guzman lovers now!!!!!!!!!!

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    1. Ik dumb fuck there fighting each other la mochomera is controlled by el dos letras los maztlecos are chapo isdro there bothh fighting each other and chapo isidro has been hiding since the that remmy valenzuela shit and la mochomera has been hitting them hard yout just a little bitch

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    2. Just don't comment if you don't know. Los mazatlecos was lead by Juan Pablo Osuna el 100 he died in that ambushed that killed 7 officers that were in a convoy. Chapo Isidro is still under el H and his group, but his group also goes by la mochomera in honor of Hs brother Mochomo. Dos letras is another lieutenant of el H, but Chapo Isidro was told to lay low for a while and take over Los cabos Baja California from CDS,he did,nowhe is moving to take plazas close to the border.

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    3. You dont comment either yes chapo isidro is allied to H he really has connects to the mazatlecos

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  58. HEY GUYS, thanks for all the movie suggestion. ive heard a lot about el inferno. im gonna check that out after i check out this broke back mountain movie. a cartel movie that won best director oscar? They must have had a lot of shootouts in mountains then i guess and a cartel got broke back then???

    CANT WAIT!!!!!!!

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  59. "This is off topic but to all you chapo isidro lovers are going cry like little bitches"
    la mochomera part of Mazatlecos who fucked off when tortilero got killed,didn one of mochomera say this himself ? "deciding what to do wit him"

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    1. There both fighting each other right now and have been for a long time there both seperate groups BLO is as divided as the cdg

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  60. at 9:17 PM
    Fuck are you gibbering about ?

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  61. EL GRINGO starring Mel Gibson Snitch starring the rock Arnold Schwarzenegger sabatoge & Last stand machete 1&2 desperado paid in full that movie with vin diesel and a black dude the Miller's great movie infierno & saving private Perez also great movie scarface carlitos way classic training day kingpin series blood in blood out sin nombre also good based on the MS though that should keep you occupied for the rest of the month sabatoge is in theathers right now

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  62. Almost forgot End of watch and breaking bad & sons of anarchy both great shows catch them on netflix

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  63. Cds never could clean Juarez of the CF b/c of la Linea and the aztecas. Now that cds is weakened the staying power of CF is showing. With the Barrio Aztecas running EPT the CF had soldiers on both sides off the border. El Mayo had alot of success with the CF prior to Chapos break out its only nature he would reach out to the CF and work things out.

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  64. Viva el chapo isidro puro mochomera!!!!!

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  65. @10:08:

    The Zetas are behind you or up ahead around he corner. A person does not see them until it is too late.

    Looks like the Zetas will be taking over all of Mexico. It is funny how the CDS and GDG's huggers keep trying to write them off...

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    1. Haha.so true,so true.achtung comrade!!
      German Zeta

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  66. why would anybody with billions of dollars keep trafficking drugs?
    and getting their young family members arrested and deported to defend their turf and family business? it can't be only ignorance, after paying out all the money to the police and military for protection, the rest of their money is in the banks, somebody else's property, in somebody else's name.
    mexicans on the mexican side, mostly gramero/paletero-tamalero carwasher combos don't make good enough money, the money is on the US side, and only for the well connected, i pads and pc's, no weapons other than money laundering banks, whose vaults are bursting off their well welded seams with all that laundered money, and their prisons are bursting filled with pendejos full of pipe dreams of getting rich, getting their arses pumped for two cigarettes a week per customer...

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  67. The juarez cartel never lost there territory in juarez. The only turf they lost to cds is the valle de juarez. But the city belongs to the juarez cartel thanks to the aztecas who never gave up. There are two gangs dobles and mexicles who belong to cds who are getting hit really bad by the aztecas.

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    1. El cds nunca estuvo en juares son los mugrosos de le gente nueva obedesiendo las ordenes del patas mochas pero ya seles va acabar eso de caminar con el pecho pa enfrente el chapo trini los va aliniar los mugrosos se andan matando entre eyos pongan ojo que el chapo isidro viene fuerte dicen por ay ke anda ke le yerbe la sangre ke le mataron un primo los de gente nueva a el el trini y el isidro ya se juntaron pelados va choriar sangre

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  68. I wish the US would legalize Meth. It helps me study, is a natural Viagra, my house is clean, i do alot of work at work, i am very social, my mind is alert, i dont feel tired as much, i am more aware, i never realized how electronically inclined i was, people around me say that i look more alive, my girlfriend likes that i cook just for her and i dont eat any of it, my car is super clean, i sooo close to figuring out the secret code that the CA lottery uses to pick its numbets so Im super close to winning the lottery! The formula is crackable and ive kept a log of how they are picking the numbers so ill be rich soon and will be able to start buying my magic crystals in bulk amount which means i can spend more time in my secret shelter (garage) working on my numbers, re-vamping my electronics equipment and keeping an eye for an funny activity (neighborhood watch) or unknown people coming to my house or driving down my street trying to look into my secret shelter while im treating myself to the magic vapors i inhale from the magic crystals i melt in my glass rocket blast-off pipe. I have blocked all the cracks around my garage door and covered to window with foil paper to keep people from peeking in while i work. Legalize it!

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    1. You sound like a big O tweaker.
      Smh.

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    2. You need help. (Hopethisissarcasum)

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    3. A shift is happening ... Idk exactly what but, a lot of GN from Chihuahua and Sonora got called back to Durango. Los M's andan bien activos... De la sierra oeste asta el este, Gomez Palacio y Ciudad Lerdo El salto ... Acuerdense como dijo el corrido (yo no soy exclusivo de un cliente). Los M's son mercenarios con lealtad exclusiva a Durango.

      P.S tambien se a dicho ke el isidro anda metiendo gente ala Baja C. Y ala gente del M11 no quieren desalojar laplaza de Mazatlan ke se le fue regalada por Guzman por la limpia de
      Juarez ...

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  69. April 21, 2014 at 9:34 AM
    Well,,,that's a different posted comment?Whatever floats your boat man?

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  70. April 21, 2014 at 6:24 AM
    Are you going to say the same shit about the Z on EVERY posted story?
    Either a trollenberg terror or a straight Z lip smacker?C,mon what is it?

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  71. Only people who know wats going on in juarez and chih are da people living there, everybody else just speculates, keep in mind when chapo killed rodolfo,vicente reached out to his compadre mayo and asked who his compadre mayo who he was siding with, mayo said with him, but his actions proved otherwise,so u never know if theres a peace treaty,know dat chapo is gone

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  72. April 21, 2014 at 3:32 AM
    "both seperate groups BLO is as divided as the cdg"
    Dude,did you see a supposed story about Mochomera/El Dos Letras(NQ) talking to a blog or something?Cant remember?And he was saying that Mazatlecos were Juan Pablo and when he got killed it was finit,so someone had to step up,all BLO.He said they were fightin against El Bravo,Carrasco and El Pinguino,Chapos an some of Mazatlecos who flipped?He said they dont exist anymore in Los Mochis?Dos Letras are the ones who attacked Carrasco?

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    1. I remember that just that isidro is mazatleco he had some agreement with the mochomera sometime ago then they were fighting now there fighting for the death of 14 de mazatlan or el tortillero

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  73. Cant we all just get along,,,,

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  74. A shift is happening ... Idk exactly what but, a lot of GN from Chihuahua and Sonora got called back to Durango. Los M's andan bien activos... De la sierra oeste asta el este, Gomez Palacio y Ciudad Lerdo El salto ... Acuerdense como dijo el corrido (yo no soy exclusivo de un cliente). Los M's son mercenarios con lealtad exclusiva a Durango.

    P.S tambien se a dicho ke el isidro anda metiendo gente ala Baja C. Y ala gente del M11 no quieren desalojar laplaza de Mazatlan ke se le fue regalada por Guzman por la limpia de
    Juarez ...

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  75. 4:51 bad news, but it's ok, welcome to hell...
    atentamente:
    not a sargent, not even pancho villa, it's your worst nightmare, it's your agenda biting on your ass...

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  76. 9:17 the mexican grameros do not get any of the crumbs or left overs they get paid with a few grams to gramear around, and they do it on the cheap, by the gram, more quality, cheaper, but no real momey for the grameros.
    the money that comes back to mexico is for "corruct" government and police or military in charge of fighting drug trafficking and crime.
    the US has many more dollars, and the US traffickers and launderers are not going to just up and share with anybody one more cent than they have to, especially lowly latino grameros...

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    1. I hear Krokidil is going to be the new big drug in mexico.
      Is that true?

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  77. Hearing Rumors THAT MiNi Lic is joining with chapito

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  78. 6:24 the zetas are no gafes anymore, but now they are ninja turtle or sompin? the quality dropped, they went for the gramero/paletero, carwasher/ tamalero gramero combos, all rubbish, all rabble, not worth the maruchan...

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  79. 4:35 whatever the US customers want, the customer is always right, and their money talks, mexican grameros will get paid with a few gramsm no money involved.have you seen the images?
    krokodil has already been seen on illinois and arizona, have it good...

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  80. regarding chapito isidro, i don't know why, his face reminds me of tacos...
    de cachetes. his name is all out there, he won't last long, he can say thanks to his friends, ha ha ha haa haaaa!!!

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  81. YO ME LLAMO FRANCIZCO VILLA ZOTO,Y SOY PURA ZANGRE TARAHUMARA A 100%,PERO VIVO A Q EN CALI4NIA,MEXICO(PURO CHIWAZ) MALAZ LENGUAZ DICEN Q EL CARTEL D CARTELEZ,EL CARTEL D JUAREZ(CARTEL D PABLO ACOSTA) C JUNTO CON LOZ ZETAZ,BELTRABEZ,Y EL CARTEK D TIJUANA PARA PELEAR CONTRA EL CARTEL D 2 CARAZ COMO EZTE CARTEL D ZINALOLA,PINCHEZ PUTAZ,PERO EZTOZ PUTO TENIA A CDG,NG Y EL GOBRIENO D MEXICO Y EL EZTADOZ UNIDOZ Y TODAVIA NO PUDO CONTRA EL CARTEL D JUAREZ,DONDE AY GENTE MUY BRAVA,INOCENTE,Y MYY AMABLEZ,POREZO NUEZTRO GENERAL D GENERALEZ FRANCISCO VILLA VIVIO AQUI N NUESTRO EZTADO GRANDE Q EZ MI CHIHUAHUA-Q VIVA VILLA,Q VIVA ZAPATA,BENITO JUAREZ,Q VIVA CIYDAD JUAREZ,Y Q VIVA TODA LA GENTE D CHIHUAHUA

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  82. Todos los k dicen k el CDS es pesado , uno k tiene buevos no pide al govierno k le ayude , bola de gays agenlo solos con su jente Como El CDJ y los AZTECAS

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