Sunday, May 25, 2014

Juarez is peaceful... but there's a clean up coming

El Diario de Coahuila (5-25-2014) By J. Jesus Esquivel

Translated by un vato for Borderland Beat


'There was an agreement to pacify the plaza. Last year, there was a meeting held in Culiacan with the people from the Sinaloa Cartel and the ones from here. In that meeting, they agreed to end the confrontations between the groups that were present here in Juarez.' 

CIUDAD JUAREZ, CHIH. (apro).-- "The clean up is coming." This is the rumor that is going around in the streets of this border town, whose residents have little by little regained some peace as murders related to drug trafficking have decreased during the past months.

"This plaza is controlled. Here in Juarez, there are no longer any confrontations over the drug smuggling routes," a source tells Proceso, a source that asks for anonymity for safety reasons.

For a long time -- especially during Felipe Calderon's administration -- considered the world's most dangerous city, Juarez today wears another face. More people walk its streets peacefully. There are more businesses open, one can see more vehicular traffic, and at night, bars and night clubs have numerous customers, including people who come across from El Paso, Texas, to have fun with more freedom than in their country, like they used to do eight years ago.

"There was an agreement to pacify the plaza. Last year, there was a meeting held in Culiacan with people from the Sinaloa Cartel and the ones from here. In that meeting, they agreed to end the confrontations between the groups that were present here in Juarez," he states.

It's not that the executions related to drug trafficking in Juarez stopped all of a sudden as a result of the supposed agreement negotiated in Culiacan. Today's executions -- which will continue for some time, explains the source-- are carried out differently, "more professionally", and only against those that "need to die".

Since September or October of last year, car to car executions -- so common here that they became the symbol for organized crime -- are less and less frequent.

The source asserts that those types of murders were committed by "the sicarios" (killers) with "Los Aztecas", young men between the ages of 15 and 17 years, recruited as soldiers in the struggle for control of the plaza between the Juarez, Sinaloa, Gulf, "Los Zetas" and the Beltran Leyva cartels.

"Professional killers have returned, tactical groups that wear black; like before, you know, with orders to pick up and eliminate only the necessary people, the kidnappers, extortionists, the retail drug dealers and those who think that they can become bosses", explains the source.

"El Chuyin"

It was thought at one time that the Sinaloa Cartel would take over the plaza, but in this border town, not even the Juarez Cartel controls any more. Much less its leader, Vicente Carrillo Fuentes, "El Viceroy".

-- Who controls the plaza? -- the source is asked.  

-- "La Linea". They say "El Viceroy" is not even here, that he lives somewhere in Sinaloa, in his home country, that he has retired, that he's sick. The people he leads don't even live here in Juarez any more.


"La Linea", the group of sicarios led by Carrillo Fuentes to control the incursions of groups of drug traffickers that tried to take the plaza from him during the Felipe Calderon years, is today -- according to the source-- almost a powerful cartel.

-- Who is the leader of "la Linea", the one who controls Juarez?

-- "El Chuyin" and his people are in Ciudad Cuauhtemoc. The professional people are coming in from that town and from "Villa Ahumada" to pick up the bad guys who thought they were narcos and who were charging "cuotas" (protection money) to the people of Juarez, who don't have anything to do with the business (of drug trafficking). What you hear, and the truth is that's what you hear everywhere around here, is that pretty soon people of "La Linea" and the "Los Linces" group , who was no longer active, are coming in and they will carry out an "express" job throughout Juarez.

-- How is the "express" job going to work?

-- What we've been told is that "El Chuyin" wants his people to pick up the extortionists from the "Aztecas" and other groups in a few days. For them to do what needs to be done, and that's that. There's going to be a slaughter, then.  Juarez will be national news again, but only people who have to die will die. Nobody else. After that, everything will quiet down, and when that happens, "El Chuyin" will move up here from Ciudad Cuauhtemoc. 

"La Linea's" objective, according to the source, is "to work like they used to before and bring down the violence in the plaza". In fact, the U.S. anti-drug trafficking administration (DEA) admits that Ciudad Juarez is once again an important point for smuggling drugs into the U.S., but the city is strangely peaceful.

"La Linea" revives  

Felipe Calderon's militarized battle against organized crime and drug trafficking exacerbated the war between criminals for control of plazas and drug trafficking routes. This created an environment of insecurity in which many small criminals adopted bloody patterns of conduct, like drug traffickers, to intimidate and extort society. And somehow, they did it.  

The source analyzes it like this: "'Los Aztecas', 'Los Mazatlecos' and kids who felt like narcos and "Zetas" got their hands on weapons, and fear spread everywhere. They killed people just to kill somebody, they would demand protection money from everybody, and whoever did not pay, they killed. This is coming to an end, and they say it will end with the 'express' clean up".

-- Has Juarez changed that much these past few months?

-- If you don't believe me, ask the people. Even the Municipal Police is changing. The people of "La Linea" respects them more than they respect the Ministerial Police, not to mention the Federal police. They say that "El Chuyin" wants Juarez to be for the the people of Juarez again, including the Municipal Police.

The tactic used by "La Linea" is to cross drugs to the United States in cargo trucks when large loads are involved; for retail (drug sales), it takes them across the border using privately-owned vehicles or pedestrians ("ants"), according to the source's explanation, who insists on making it clear that people are "working like they did before the (Calderon) war against drugs started".  

Consulted by Proceso,  DEA sources in the area admit they don't know who controls the Ciudad Juarez plaza . They admit that, thanks to their Chihuahua informants, they know that "La Linea" is reviving and is becoming a power within the Juarez Cartel:

"No specific name has come up for the new chief; that's why we keep using the Vicente Carrillo Fuentes name, although we know that he's been delegating authority to his nephews and other relatives. It's true, Juarez is more peaceful with respect to violence, but there's a lot of drugs going through and that's a powder keg that could trigger another war at any time between organized crime groups",  the DEA source declares.

The incursion and seizure of power by La Linea, the rudder for control of the Juarez plaza, and its alleged leader, "El Chuyin" -- according to the source who was consulted -- does not represent the end of border crime.

  

44 comments:

  1. My poor mexico so far from God but so close to the US

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  2. Los Linces are all ex special forces very efficient and professional killers . Los Aztecas are crackheads glue smellers who go around killing for fun. El Senor JGL incarcerated which will create a power struglle for a very lucrative plaza.

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  3. Makes you wonder if true. Did Sinaloa make the agreement with La Linea, or the Juarez cartel? Seems like La Linea could break off like Los Zetas.

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  4. Too often greed and machismo interfer with the business of making money.

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  5. Maybe. Some cartels have put a stop to some crimes when they control the pueblos and cities. Some. Lets wait and see. I think they probably want the money made from extortions, kidnappings, and theft for themselves, like the Caballeros Temporarios.

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  6. Still no whereabouts on el JL, Viceroy's trusted lieutenant.

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    1. His been dead. Cds knocked him out like '11 I believe , not so sure bout the year tho.

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  7. El processo is all make believe lies. don't know where bb or processo is getting there false info. first off gulf, beltranes, and zetas are not even in juarez. Los azectas are not even between 15 and 17 years old. Los aztecas are the onez that saved juarez from sinaloa. los aztecas run cd. Juarez and la linea controls chihuahua city. There was never a truce between juarez and sinaloa. So therefore el processo is releasing false info

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    1. I saw a ross kemp video sicario said there are at least 5 cartels fighting for Juarez a few years ago

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    2. Los aztecas ate a bunch of assholes who shld be exterminated on both sides of the border.

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    3. Yea this article is straight b.s

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  8. So what about sinaloa?? R they gunna work quietly in same city? It mentioned la linea cleaning up the city from aztecas but the article starts by saying sinaloa is cleaning house?? I don't understand?

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  9. The article does not start off by saying sinaloa cartel is going to clean house,read correctly. With that being said...La Linea and Aztecas continue to work together...CDS fans,ACCEPT IT,EVEN THOUGH IT HURTS YOU ALL,LA LINEA HAS BEAT THE SINALOA CARTEL,PERIOD! The plaza belongs to La Linea,Aztecas. These 2 have agreed to eliminate those who are extorting people,kidnapping for ransom,so forth...even if some of those are Aztecas,which yes,some are,but it doesnt matter who they are...any one extorting,kidnapping for ransom,etc...in Juarez and the clean up is continuing in all Chihuahua are being eliminated...Obviously this had to happen after cds got beat...There you go folks...yeah,I can just imagine all you chapo lovers!!! HAHAHA... THE FEDERAL POLICE,MILITARY,POLICE DEPARTMENT,CDS,AA,MEXICLES ALL THESE TOGETHER FOR SEVERAL YEARS ATTACKING LA LINEA,AZTECAS AND THEY JUST COULDNT BEAT THEM!!! Damn cds should be ashamed of itself!

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  10. This is b.s how about Juan and Cesar carrillo ? Fake article and j.l ain't dead how could he be dead ? If he was they would of had articles on his death Juarez has really deep political connections people say there dying out but the Juarez cartel is smart and they operate very low key.

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  11. this article sounds like total bullshit

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  12. I dont think sinaloa cartel is out the game injuarez thats bullshit i am sure there is a pact for peace between the cartels la linea is the arm wing of juarez cartel

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  13. Funny it says la linea runs Juarez which would basically imply cdj is not strong enough to hold on or fight for the plaza also los linces coming back but where did they ever go I thought them and la linea was one in the same and the thing about los aztecas I thought they where one of the reason cdj even held on to the plaza this article makes it seem like la linea wants to take cd jaurez for its self

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  14. Might what is happening in Tamps. start in Juarez also. There have been reports that the group that really controls Cd. Juarez is Los Aztecas who are affiliated with the El Paso, Tx. Barrios Aztecas. According to this report, La Lines is now working independently of CDJ. This leads me to believe that one or more of this groups/faction will eventually make a run at controlling Juarez for themselves.

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  15. all you hatters making these comments on the aztecas!!!! hahaha ! ya hatting cause ya cant believe how the aztecas only got stronger after the drug war against cds...haha ya hatting that chapo is history!!!! hahahah where all you chapo lovers now!huh! answer up....omg,this is sooo funny!!!!

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    1. I'm the mad hatter. I love stetsons but can occasionally be seen wearing a baseball cap. Go back to grade 1 and learn how to spell, you ignorant dumb culero.

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  16. In my opinion la linea is going to break off and chihuahua is going to witness an uprising of a new powerful cartel which will control the state while making an agreement with CDs to keep things peaceful in the future. That being said there will be a rise of violence soon for control of Chihuahua. But ultimately la lines will win and take control.

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  17. Cds only controls the valley of juarez, which they are losing right now from the aztecas. There is tension between aztecas and la linea cuz la linea and vcfo abandoned los aztecas and the city of juarez. Los aztecas are the one that fought for the city against sinaloa and beat sinaloa. la linea moved down south and control southern chihuahua but juarez belongs to los aztecas. But this whole article is bs, all of it. Zetas, golfo, beltranes are not even in juarez!!! Those who control el paso control juarez.

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  18. Most important sentence was "working like they did before the (Calderon) war against drugs started". Now th only thing missing is legalization and we will have solved the whole "drug problem" for those choosing to stay away from drugs.

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  19. that's true. the only thing CDS ever got control of was el valle, and little by little la linea has been killing them one by one.
    los linces son mas como el grupo operativo de la linea, well trained, most of them exmilitary. and yes there are zetas in juarez. i even remember when a few months back they caught like 30 duded who were coming from coahuila with an ansenal, and supposedly, they said to be letras coming to back up la linea. so, the actual question shouldn't be if they're there, but how many of them are, rather.
    and actually, i think its quiet the contrary, those who control juarez control el paso.

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    1. Zetas are in coah,the neighboring state,and there might be a pact to help each other out, after all the enemy of my enemy is my friend!! Cds

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  20. El mando del la linea es chihuahense.los carrillo ya se acabaron, no mandan en chih, si tienen contacto pero no dan ordenes.the war was more chihuahense vs chihuahense, than anything.an uncle who just did a yr in el cereso de chih explained it like dis, people in the state do not trust the sinaloas.even da mexicles are reconsidering their alliance.in parral which was da last cds stronghold in the state, the flacos family is gone, moved away and angry cause chapo puso al flaco.

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  21. where all you chapo lovers now!!!! hahaha Oh yeah,you all are the ones saying that this article is bs!!!haha damn linea and aztecas,the thats a real cartel,real peolple fighting and defening and KEPT there plaza!!! not cowards snithes like cds ,chapo,with his scared expression when he got arrested! so much for going down in a hail of bullets!!!300 sicarios so forth,winning plazas...yeah right,cds still doesnt even control culiacan!hahahah RUBBISH!!! STRAIGHT UP RUBBISH!!!

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    1. Chapo is a business man not a fucken sicario or plaza boss or any of that dumb shit his job is making money and so far he's done a pretty good fucken job I'm willing to bet my left and right nut that none of the "real cartels" you just mentioned are even close to pushing half the drugs that chapo pushes. Its no wonder they have to extort and rob and kill innocent people because their own boss can't keep them fed like a true boss does. So you can stick the rubbish you just said right up where it fits.

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  22. texas prisons brotherhoods, aryan, blaxican, tejano, texican,etc etc
    are always trying to impose themselves on everybody else, because they are the ones with the less to lose, and under penalty of losing it, their leadership keeps them haling ass 24/7 and on sundays too.
    --all of them working for the big police bosses of cd juarez and the state of chihuahuas, who apparently are the paragons of corruption all by themselves, without anybassistance from the state millionaires or politicians, governors or presidentes of mexico...

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  23. Everybody has a price and chapo is always the largest bidder ..... so there could be something in the works with CDS. Even though their is help from Zzzorazz is coahuila there is help for cds in the three other neighboring states next to chihuas like durango,sonora, y sinaloa.

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  24. There is no tension between aztecas and la linea. The aztecas are in charge of cd. Juarez and la linea moved down south to figjt sinaloa. Whicj la linea has defeated sinaloa in south chihuahua. Some aztecas are going to be dealt with cuz they are extorting people that are not involved in the business. La linea needs the aztecas cuz aztecas control el paso.

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  25. sinaloa pussies + 10,000 soldiers + federal agents + U.S fed agency help + traitor CDJ plaza leaders & their men + endless bullshit corridos (that mindfucked Mexico’s youth) + 7 years = cds defeat

    congratulations sinaloa pussies….. you had nearly every advantage (except the home field advantage) over CDJ/La Linea & you still lost.

    The result of your fuckup: over 80,000 people are dead, over 20,000 missing leaving behind over 40,000 orphans that are probably going to grow up with all kinds of issues. Mexico has lost some foreign investment and tourism has declined a bit, therefore has lost much needed jobs. All those lives waisted for nothing. Congratulations you stupid pieces of shit.

    May 26, 2014 at 9:29 AM Is right.

    Most of the fighting was Chihuahuense VS Chihuahuense and Chihuahuense VS cds’s Papi the fed government/Military. cds never actually “took over” any of Chihuahua, little chapo just bought some plaza leaders & the idiots ended up turning Chiwas into a warzone. Those traitors are now dead in jail or being hunted down & their families are being run out of Chihuahua & their businesses and properties are being taken from them.

    Puro Chihuahua !!!

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  26. Chapos people wii still control part of Juarez that's why there was a pact don't be stupid the sinaloa carte has enough money to keep fighting for years to come el chapos arrest just means his cartel will move on simple as that ... See ya woulnt want to be yaaa

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  27. One has to be blind not to see Los Zetas are calling the shots in Juarez.

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  28. @7:46 hey mad hatter, i didn't know there were stetson calzones, but you are free to wear on your head whatever tickles your fancy...
    --if you could learn to post the TIME you are talking to, i'd be much very obligated, and i could learn to not be an ignorant culero, or a pendejo like u.

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  29. Lol the jefes from cdj are sinaloanse baboso navolato sinaloa.

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  30. B.s j.l ain't dead where's the article you people don't know nada of what's going on la linea is ran by j.l he's from culiacan.

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  31. For flacos family to move from parral,and the ones who supported cds during war to get killed or move elsewhere, clearly tells u,parral is no longer cds controlled.so if the south of chih not cds conntrolled, wat makes u think the rest of the state is? Chapos gone,mayos sons are snitches,cds cant be fighting all these wars,especially whenn the one thing that kept them afloat is gone,governnment help! Durango has its own mafia which isnt cds los ms and sonora has blo,cds is losing its strongholds da pact was to calm to things down,for fear of losing all corridors,other cartels have money too! Lets see cds enemys los ms in durango,la linea in chih and blo in north sinaloa and sonora,not good!!

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  32. The CDJ was started by Pablo Acosta Villarreal PURO CHIHUAHUENSE!!! culo! Como dijo el compa los carillo se largaron a chingar su puta madre a su estado de culos en sinaloa. Siempre van aser culos y todo la raza lo save....especialmente los Chihuahuenses La raza en Choahuila, Nuevo Leon,Tamaulipas & asta los culos en Sonora se estan dando quenta.

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  33. Let's go! Donde es Water Park, porfavor?

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  34. Quck note,chapos giving people up,from wholesalers to stash houses, money launderes and clientele in usa and abroad.to all whoe look up to these people,keep in mind ur looking up to rats snitches and bitches!!!

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    1. How do you know hes giving up people? I want proof.are you there when thier interviewing him

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  35. So los Carrillo funtes don't run the cartel?????

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