Friday, July 18, 2014

"El Alemán": Another CDG Leader falls in Tamaulipas

Chivis Martinez for Borderland Beat

Through a special operation conducted on Wednesday,  July 16 at the Rio Bravo-Reynosa highway on the junction to Matamoros, elements of  State Police, Ministry of Defense, Ministry of the Navy and Federal Police captured suspected leader of  CDG,  who operated in the municipalities of Valle Hermoso and Rio Bravo.

Arrested is Miguel Angel Aleman Salinas,  aka “El Aleman”,  who was accompanied by four other men in a vehicle traveling on the highway mentioned above,   when they were detected by the security forces  that comprise  the Coordination Group of Tamaulipas.

The other detainees are Israel García Rojas, Raul Villarreal Rodriguez, Manuel Rodriguez and Victor Hugo Hernández Gutiérrez Ortiz.

Aleman Salinas and his accomplices, were detected by state troopers acting suspiciously, as they  closely watched a special operation that federal and state forces were conducting on the aforementioned highway. 

Following the arrest, a group of  armed men  tried to rescue the alleged criminal leader and his companions, but the rapid coordination between Army, Navy, Federal Police and State Police circumvented  the rescue.  

A lock was terminated by authorities that allowed access to satellite communications used by  the suspected criminals.

The detainees were turned over to a Federal Public Prosecutor for investigations.

Aleman Salinas was a member of GRUPO ESPECIAL DE REACCION INMEDIATA or "GERI", a ministerial police agency in Tamaulipas.
"El Alemán" is the brother-in-law of "Juan Perros" Juan Miguel Rodriguez Garcia (above) and son in law of Juan Manuel Rodriguez Rodriguez (below left). 

Both Rodriguez men were recently arrested and were on the Tamaulipas most wanted list.  “Juan Perros ” was the leader of  the CDG group “Panteras” operating in Rio Bravo and part of Reynosa.

Rodriguez Rodriquez was the successor of Mario Armando Ramirez Trevino, El Pelon or The X-20 , arrested in August and regarded as the leader of the Gulf cartel .

Aleman was the highest priority in this second phase of the government‘s operation to capture and disrupt criminal operations. 


There are no photos of Aleman, strangely enough, because of his employment with the state agency,  other than the alleged photo above, which does not reveal his face. The photo was taken at his daughters Fifteenth  Birthday Gala in July, 2012.

Big thanks to Itzli, BBs go to guy for all things CDG,  for proofing this post

83 comments:

  1. Is it just me or are they getting caught more and more this year?

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    1. Yes, give credit where credit is due for that foo EPN... Mexico is at the cusp of becoming into a financial power house...the middle and upper class are booming in Mexico. Thanks to EPN!!! The big question is what cartel head is he going to delegate sole power. Let's hope who ever that nigga is; he is not greedy and distribute the wealth amongst across other cartels.... Just like the 80's early - mid 90's.

      Any bets???? I got a dub it's going to be BLO ... Once that guy gets out the pinta

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    2. Migueladas has been EPNs goon since he was governor.

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    3. Again with the one cartel bullshit I dont like no cartels but blo or sinaloa will never run tamaulipas u stupid ass.tamaulipas crime will be run by tamaulipas home grown criminals.so stop ur one cartel bullshit already.

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    4. Middle class? Are you shittin me! There is no such thing in mexico there is only the few who are well off and the poor mayority, dont come here with your "middle class" b.s. propaganda people aren't that naive anymore

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    5. Blo? Seriously? The only reason they havent been wiped out is because theyre being backed by Cdj & Z

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  2. I broke the news yesterday but nobnobody listen I got good source s del Reyno

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    1. Start ur own blog player

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    2. You must be the one that dimed him out.

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  3. The Valor Por Tamaulipas administrator stated that El Señor (Osiel Cardenas Guillen) along with several CDG commanders did not like the leadership of Juan Perros, and that's the reason why the dad of Juan Perros, and now their brother in law Comandante Aleman have all been given to law enforcement authorities. On the other hand, currently, there is a lot of tension in Reynosa between Comandante Gafe (who used to be bodyguard of Metro 4) and Comandante Cortez. The reason is Cortez wants to put his guards and halcones in areas where Gafe controls, and this has only cause more internal conflicts. My guess is that both Comandante Chiricuas and Tachas are the two main leaders of Reynosa. However, the leader of CDG from Los Metros faction is Comandante Polimenso (Metro 60) who is very violent and has been under the radar for a while.

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    1. Are you referring to Sr. Cortez or his son Jr.? M60 has been in the shadows consolidating power for a while now. He will last bc he knows how to run operations without attention. Who does Los Ciclones have left besides C-7? Is there even a single CDG boss still in power who was around when Osiel was boss? Hamburguesa maybe? I would say Sr. Cortez but many say he done. What about Flander is he still in the game? If the government isn't careful they are gonna take out the last few remaining veteran CDG bosses and create a war. Once the vets. are gone there will be no one to keep order. The CDG will fracture even further with kids trying to make a name for themselves. The infighting would decimate the CDG at which point another cartel would attempt to invade leading to nothing but all out war in Tamaulipas. The government better be careful what they wish for. Like the old idiom says "When the cat´s away the mice will play"

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    2. Anyone know what 5050 or 50/50 or 50-50 means within the cartel del golfo? Just about every corrido on YouTube about the CDG mentions 5050. Is it a radio call sign? Is it code for Matamoros? Does anyone know anything about Metro 7? Is he active, or dead, or even captured? How about Ciclone 7, any info on him?

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    3. Is a rap artist called el toston o el barret 50-50. type it up on you tube, he is from matamoros. He sings narco rap, actually anybody who has enough money he can make a composition, make a song, about what ever you want to...like your a bad ass taco man, or you drive you minivan with no sea belt. Or how you became the best in your block at mowing the lawn.... any ways you get the point. Here a you tube link. ... GUERRERO CAIDO 5050 2014 CDG: http://youtu.be/odPFafHEsuA

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    4. Bro, I have been wondering what that stood for like 5 years. I have never noticed the Barrett before if I did it would have been common sense that it'a referring to the high cal rifle. I appreciate the reply. I just can't get down with the narco rap or 99% of the corridos. I'd love to hear some do a legit parody the ghost ridin the minivan with no no seat belt would kill. Jajajaja What's up with the CDG and all the rap? They seem to be the only cartel that puts out more narco rap than traditional corridos.

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    5. July 19, 2014 at 12:24am

      The conflict is between Sr. Cortez versus Comandante Gafe. Los Ciclones of Matamoros are led by Ciclon 7, and the Cardenas Guillen family. There are not many commanders left from the Osiel era. The last we'll respect CDG commanders are Polimenso M60, Chiricuas M85, Tachas M22, Hamburguesa, Negrito brother of (metro 3), Gafe, Chava 88, and el 98. Flander is dead he was boiled in acid back when Puma and El Gringo where killed because of the death of Metro 4.

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  4. Another ojete bites the dust, lmao golfas are a joke

    ATTE: English Zeita

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    1. Why on earth would you mimic those subhuman f#@ks?? All cartels are same shit just in a different bucket ..you sir are an ignorant fucwit please return to your previous hobby of hiding under bridges worrying billy goats

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    2. If your an english zeta does that mean your a white brit in a spanish gang? Seems unlikely to me so im just asking.

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  5. Yeah I know, I had the post in draft form, but needed to check on a couple of things. thanks to the reader for the info sent via email, it helped. CDG is very difficult for me.

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  6. El comandante Cortez es el verdadero jefe del CDG

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    1. Where is he from cuss I never heard of him

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    2. Cortez was the one that confronted gringo and puma in reynosa , I think cortez was cool with x20 leader at the time

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  7. A little late BB?

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  8. El Aleman looks like he ate a Dozen Dirty Dogs...

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  9. a little late? you can start your own blog too. seems like chivis was a little busy, she said she was checking a couple facts out. put your reading glasses on boy.

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  10. did c.t. have anything to do with those kids in michoacan just wondering about that .

    -tyrone-

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  11. How safe is Reynosa right now, I need to cross over next week for an appointment in a texas plate vehicle are things fairly calm from those that have family or live and hear the daily events?

    thanks

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    1. I have a couple family members who were in Reynosa three days ago. They visited many different areas around the city with no issues. Things have been relatively quite lately but it could be the calm before the storm. I really don't think you will have any issues at all. Now of course rookie gringo drivers in Tamps. should follow some guidelines. 1) Know where you are going, and have alternate routes. Stick to major roads. No new trucks or SUVs, try to blend in and don't stare at people or vehicles. Go the speed limit, and make sure your vehicle has no stickers or decals on the back windows! That last part is imperative, I have a close friend who's brother was beaten within an inch of death a few years back for having a small "Hecho En Tamaulipas" decal on his truck. John Deere, Apple logo, even the little stick figure families could lead to problems. 3) Communicate, let your family know in detail what your plans are and where your going. The guidelines are a little extreme but once they become second nature you will be able to enjoy Tamaulipas's beauty.

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  12. Eventually the Cardenas-Guillen will have control of CDG once again. Seems like they are clearly the government's favorites when it comes to CDG factions. "La Limpia" is now in process in Matamoros and slowly it has begun to spread to other major plazas in Tamaulipas, like Reynosa, Riberena, Tampico, Camargo, Mier, Rio Bravo and hopefully even Zetas stronghold, Nuevo Laredo.

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    1. En laredo jajajajaj nombre compadre no sabes.lo que hablas aki las.golfas y.chaputas no exsisten

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    2. Which Cardenes Guillen will assume leadership? Are you referring to Osiel's sister Lilliana? Is she even in the business? So you believe Homero is really dead? No one seems to really know. Are there anymore brothers left after Homero? I have heard that Osiel has another brother that people don't realize. He was in charge of Coahuila for a number of years, based in Piedras Negras before the Z took that plaza a few years back forcing him back into Tamps. He went by Jesus Lopez "El Chucho" but everyone knew he was actually Osiel's youngest brother Jesus Cardenas Guillen. Does anyone know if this is true? Where has he been for the last 4 years and why hasn't he assumed leadership? Does anyone actually believe Osiel is still calling the shots from the most high tech super max prison in the world? I can see maybe major decisions here and there with help from his lawyer but there is no way he is making day-to-day decisions. That prison is listening and watching his every move.

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    3. 7 19 2014 @ 10:18 am Jajajaja, al contrario los golfos andan en todo Nuevo Laredo y Laredo Texas, tambien los Chapos aunque en menor número. Al contrario del Z42 alias El Mongolito y su sobrino Kiko alias el Mata niños que hace meses se dejan ver por miedosos los demás andan al millón, incluso se les han caido tiros chingones en los tres puentes, no como los Treviño y sus zorritas que si no asaltan un taquero no tragan, y si no violan un@ niñ@ no estan felices. Sino pregunten al z42 y a Kiko por que mataron a las dueñas de la fruteria IMPLECSA y la pizzeria AMICCI, y cuanto le.pagan al presidente municipal.

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    4. Believe me and those of us who have done time if the word needs to go out it goes out no matter what.

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  13. comandante FLAKO is alemans second in command, he may be new boss in rio bravo. He's the one who made and speaks in the video where they decapitate 4 zetas in rio bravo from a while back.

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    1. Which Flaco are you referring to, Sr. Cortez's son Junior/Flako or a different member? Flaco, Gordo, and Pelon seem to be the most common nicknames used by narcos. Do you have any other background info on this Flako? How old would you say that video is? I would like to hear the voice.

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    2. Like 2 years ago , he clearly tells them y'all find ya selfs like this, cuz ya fucked here in rio bravo

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  14. they will never run out of zetas or gulf people. did Trevino work for the Zetas
    Mexico will never change because Mexico does not want to change.

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  15. God Bless the good people of Mexico.

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  16. I do not go to Mexico, because all the Yarrington, E. Hernandez and Miguel Juan Garcia r gone and it is not save

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  17. for cartel boss that gets caught their r 1000 more to replace them. Pena nieto does not want this to end, he makes $$$$$$$$$. He and his family is save

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  18. Great website thanks

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  19. English z where are you from anywhere near the north east?

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    1. Ive lived in the north east even geordies arent that stupid

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    2. Im a mackem haha

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  20. la limpia...man,its quite obvious you are in the states!!! theres no limpia over here in mexico...at least not against the zetas..this group,zetas ...just keeps getting stronger...oh yeah...where all you cds lovers now!!!

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    1. It's not that they are growing they are all leaving border towns further south!!!

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  21. the zetas are growing in fame for their infamous murdering, but in michoacan they ran away from the changos of el chango mendez, only now,
    they are coming back to michoacan hanging from pena nieto and enrique francisco galindo ceballos and osorio "genghis" chong, all zeta puppetmasters, el micheladas doesn't care, he feels very safe, wonder why?
    never mind the murdered and massacred in tamaulipas, coahuila, monterrey or anywhere mexico, getting power to sell mexico was what mattered and that was it and that was that... name the narco-gangs whatever, el pri "wins", armed and trained by the US mercenary paid for with US taxpayer garranteed loans from their chinese masters, using money from their hsbc english bank of the chinese name lenders...
    who cares juan perros and his victims?

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    1. Zetas are garbage

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    2. The michoacuns did wat they do back stabbed an betrayed the z with the help of the authorities thats y they killed em.

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  22. July 18, 2014 at 6:07 PM
    Good post dude,on topic.

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  23. July 19, 2014 at 10:15 AM
    Do not feed this troll and his anti US rants,,all the time

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    1. There's more than one, and we're not trolling, just stating facts.

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  24. CARO SNITCHIN ON EVERYONE PUTA MADRE

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  25. A los zetas nadamas les quedo la fama. Aqui en Matamoros muy poco se oye de ellos. Dicen pot hay que el Osiel sigue al mando de los Golfos y que manda a dar ordenes por familiares. No voy a negar que los zetas haigan aparecido y que siguen haciendo su desmadre. Pero eso de que esten fortaleciendose aun mas de como estaban con el lazcano y hasta con el z40, no es verdad. La verdad es que estan perdiendo mucha fuerza y poco a poco se estan debilitando. Atte. Ciudadano de Matamoros

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  26. Nah bro, Northwest Manchester branch, English Z

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    1. Cartels in the uk thats crazy but they wont make it i dont think just my opinion from sunderland near newcastle

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  27. Cdg comanders are falling as soon as theyre appointed. And by the way x20 was not boss of the cdg he wasnt even the boss of reynosa so stop putting that in your articles already.the man is a pice of dog shit and thats it

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  28. Did this cat work under X20? I'm pretty sure El Aleman and Juan Dogs were co head of sicarios for Mario Pelon

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  29. @12:03 AM

    I was in Reynosa (White guy) at the start of the year and was fine, but a month or two ago it got pretty dangerous there. Not sure how it is right now though.

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  30. Is it just me or are all these guys contributors to Mexico's overweight numbers?

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  31. Any information on Mini Lic arrested?

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  32. Senor Pena, kickin' some criminal ass.

    The Templar dismantled
    Chapo in prison
    Azul dead

    and a whole host of others, GONE.

    And yet the Borderland Beat disparages the efforts, disparages the man.

    Are you guys in the employ of the Cartels, or ... ?

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  33. I heard chapo is in prison and is reading the Quran. I hope God can forgive his sins if he or he vows to live by Islam and it's teachings all his sins are forgiven as they were committed in the period of ignorante. I pray Islam decends on Mexico to solve its problems. Wa Salaam

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  34. They fall every week ,what's the point anymore

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  35. Off the subject. I'm here in Reynosa and there is currently a gunfight going on. A lot of firing. I saw 2 trucks carrying about ten to twelve guys drive by my house. They were heavily armed. Mcallen border patrol is reporting a gun fight in Reynosa

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  36. Cdg commanders are dropping as fast as they get appointed.

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  37. No, this isn't the son of Cortez. This el flako is 3d in grupo panteras after juan perros and aleman, his nickname is always spelled with a k and he started as sicario/escolta to comandante aleman before they promoted him. He was head of security in rio bravo even before juan perros and aleman were captured. I dont know his real name, but he is still alive and free.

    https://www.youtube.com/user/ElBlogdelNarcoVEVO - this youtube channel has the two interviews

    http://www.bestgore.com/beheading/4-zetas-simultaneous-beheading-cartel-del-golfo-sicarios/ - execution video

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  38. Honestly I think the cdg are done so much infighting these guy's are doing it's a fuckN joke. Instead of workN as 1 N making a shit load of kash

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  39. Osiel was at BEAUMONT USP and that bitch was also at JOE CORELY in montgomery county's feld hold over.

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  40. hey do you guys seriously think there's no (big-time) gangs in the UK? it's not just you 'muricans "privileged" with this illness in society, just UK is better at hiding it, keeping problems locked-down. (and firearms as well). but these street kids are great with knives just ask any "ghetto-ised" youngster from manchester london birmingham etc.etc. and I'm sure they can show you some horror stories. only, in UK people aren't really decapped / boiled in acid as much. it does happen though, sadly becoming more and more prevalent and random. how does an island with 70,000,000 inhabitants get all it's coke to sniff / pipe? crackheads dont get their sh*t off trees, it's imported from these very same cartels just like USA Europe Russia anywhere... my point? there will be people all over UK with links to CDS CDG zetas ndranheta camorra yakuza triads why the big surprise? your preconceptions would almost be funny if the narco situation wasnt so blatantly dark (and getting darker)...

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    1. There is a link to the UK with these cartel, will BE IN NEWS PAPER DECEMBER once the trial of 9 men working at Heathrow cargo London finish their trial is over, alleged plot for smuggling cocaine from Mexico city direct, so that answers your question Amigo it's a small World. !!

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  41. I live here in Mexico in what is called middle class. Middle class is about $1,500 to $2,500 a month. That would be considered poor in the USA. More toward the lower figure. I make about between $10 to 12 grand per month and I live good, but not great. Things are so expensive here. As an American I could not live here, as I am accustomed to, on a Mexican middle class income. These people have a couple of nice cars, and a decent house. One of my middle class neighbors is trying to save about $60 a month to buy some new curtains. Those neighborhoods are very few and far between. Just a two minute drive from my house and you are in poverty, and those neighborhoods are the less well kept, and the most dangerous. Many have poorly kept dirt roads. The poor flood the street corners begging for money. I try to time the lights as I do not like to be pressured and being called cheap. Trying to wash my windshield when it is clean, and will not stop. I do feel sorry for them and if I face to many intersections in my drive, I feel a little depressed. I can only give so much money away in a day. Then when they recognize my car each day they push a little harder because in their mind I am an easy target I guess. I give my fair share. More than most people here. TV's on Costo and things in Walmart or very expensive. I bought eggs for 1$ a dozen on sale in Utah, but not even close here. Five quartz of synthetic oil cost over $50 here and 23$ in El Paso. I hate to shop anywhere here in Mexico. If I want work done on my house it is very cheap. That is the problem, people are working for nothing. Just to eat in many cases. They can not raise the minimum wage of about $5 per day, because the slave shops would not be able to compete with China. Big Maquiladora's guarantee slave labor wages. With higher wages they will disappear and no more jobs. The bus system is incredibly packed, because people cannot afford cars, gas and insurance. The majority that do drive have no insurance. The problem Mexico does not build their own cars, TV's and electronics. They build it for the richer countries, who make the most money. They are I believe the second largest exporter of cars, but they do not reap the big money. It is the American and Europeans that make the big money because the cars are theirs. The people that work in these Maquilaroras are very poor. I know as my wife's brothers work in one, and they live in extreme poverty. Sorry as I know this is off topic, but it is in regards to another off topic post. I respect the hard working people here. I wish their was a way they could subsist in dignity. Even the poor here are amazingly wonderful people. Some people just have no idea until you live here, and associate with everyone. Richer and poorer. I actually like hanging with some of the poorer people more often, because their kindness can touch your heart and give you a warm feeling. At night the people are outside their house walking, and sitting in front of their houses. Many drinking beer. In the better neighborhoods the people are inside their air conditioned houses and their big screen TV's. On my streets it is appears to be a ghost town at night. I read the El Herldo the next day to see the violence and murders and it is not happening in the better neighborhoods. Rather where my wife's mother and her brothers live. Her mother a while back used her pistol, and shot to intruders with guns. Did not kill them. The wive's of these men were mad at her, even though their criminal husbands had guns and were trying to rob her. She went to the same hospital as the men, because they had given her a beating before she shot them. This is a little of what I see and hear and read on a daily basis. Even from my neighborhood you can often hear gunshots in the not to far distance while you are sleeping.

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  42. no, blackeyes jack we are not affiliated to cartels, some of us may have sympathy for a cartel or another, most of us know that the cartels and their murdering behaviours are no good, but, some of us wonder about US involvement with the cartels, and almost all of us know that enrique pena nieto is a corrupt backstabbing associate of cartels, national and international, that he is robbing and stealing from the country with the help of his foreign educated cabinet members...
    -- most of us do not need to defend pena nieto, blackeyes jack, you on the other hand, seem to not being able to come and try not to do some propaganda in his favor, ARE YOU IN PENA NIETO'S PAYROLL, jack ass?

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  43. oh no! pleeeeeese don't allow el troll --dumbass jacko back.

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  44. 8:30 english zeta, taquero innovation, selling fried fish and "potatoes" tacos to the english, the only difference is they use tortillas instead of the london times to wrap their madafakin tacos, i seen you einglizhita; i don't know about your side job, spanking the english or other parlor games?

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  45. July 22, 2014 at 7:59 AM >>>> it's not called the "london times", it's called "Metro". js.

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  46. 3:25 thanks, accuracy is welcome, and how apt, un metro for the metros...
    3:49 if not taqueros, airport baggage handlers? same same in mexico DF, and chicago, and airports all over.
    --luckily they are not trafficking other goods, i hope they talk and say WHO THE BOSS...

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  47. there are no cdg in nuevo laredo i just got back from visiting and the zetas are all over the streets riding around with big guns and the soldiers ignore them

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  48. All this talk about these cartels, but no one talks about the 5 guys that were picked up at a tournament of roosters in china nl. Mexico. And not a head or leg is found or any where abouts of them since 12/26/2010.

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