Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Sinaloa cartel sending arms and troops to Medellin




Mexico’s Sinaloa Cartel has sent arms and troops to Medellin in an attempt to increase military support for two of Colombia’s most powerful criminal organizations, according to 
newspaper El Tiempo.

A Mexican emissary known by his alias “El Tatuado” met with Medellin bosses of the local crime syndicate Oficina de Envigado and the nationally operating neo-paramilitary group Los Urabeños at a summit two weeks ago, said the newspaper.

The Sinaloa Cartel subsequently delivered 60 rifles to the two groups who admittedly united to control the underworld of Medellin, and important drug trafficking hub in Colombia.

“We have heard from victims of displacements and disappearances that foreigners are present in [Medellin neighborhoods]. They report the presence of Mexicans,” said ombudsman for human rights Jesus Sanchez.

The meeting was confirmed by local crime investigator Fernando Quijano who told weekly Semana that the meeting was attended by several gang leaders within Oficina or Urabeños-controlled areas in the east, center and west of the city.

Medellin Public Security Secretary Sergio Vargas told local radio station Blu that this claim is not supported by evidence.

However, a local police intelligence official confirmed to weekly Semana that the Sinaloa Cartel has sent weapons to Medellin, “but I assure you it’s not a gift,” said the official.

The Sinaloa Cartel has has ties to Colombian drug traffickers since the 1990s and reportedly is particularly interested in the highway connecting Medellin to the Uraba region.

source: colombia reports

44 comments:

  1. 60 riffles and 60 men, wuuu, the end of the world, dick cheney demands 80 billion dollars to fix that problem, but it won't be easy, and it may take ten or twelve years, in the middle of it, the saving of colombia will be diverted to venezuela, purty much like isis/isil, for another 800 billion dollars...

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    1. If this is monthly.. Then the jokes on you dumb ass

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  2. And the USA will send just as much if not more to National Army of Colombia to fight this group.

    After the terror Pablo Escobar brought to that country, the USA will not allow another cartel to get that powerful in Colombia again.

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    1. The US is the biggest cartel.

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    2. Hahaha...... yea and whos going to send the request to the white house? And get it all pproved? Im guessing you will, calm down captain america.

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    3. The CIA doesn't need the US government permission to wage war on the criminal underworld. CIA spooks are every where. The CIA and a elite group of Deltas located and killed Pablo Escobarin Colombia. The Colombian government was given the pat on the back for killing Pablo but the Deltas were the ones who pulled the trigger.

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  3. The CDS is reaching dangerous levels of power that clearly reveals the clear and present danger they present. CDS has created alliances with Colombian cartels and the FARC rebels. If I'm not mistaken, they've also become sponsers of Peru's guerilla group Sendero Luminoso. These armed groups have developed into so-called narcoguerillas and serve to protect the cocoa growing fields and the production of said crop into cocaine. The money CDS is investing in Peru in order increase their profits, has not only led to the resurgence of cocaine production in Peru, but a resurgence in the terrorist group Sendero Luminoso. The ramifications of this resurgence could prove disastrous for the security of Peru and neighboring regions.

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    1. El chapo went down but his cartel wind the drug war hello ive been saying all along its going to happen no matter wat cause the U.s is also involved they have always been on chapo Side la Marina and the so called federation are movíng in everywe some one has to control Think right and its not goin to be the zetas Or the Beltrán Leyva the gulf cartel is Also going to get stronger For a While

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    2. Actually Peruvian forces have weakened (thanks to US intel) the Shining Path dramatically over the past five years. The Peru Militar is again protecting the coca now and charging piso to land, mule, or float out the paste.

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  4. It hurts... me duele

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  5. Bullshit
    Aqui en Medellin pelean a morir los Urabenos y la O de Envigado.
    Como dije la vez pasada, les gusta inventar y los pendejos se la creen

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  6. It's good to see that Sinaloa cartel is doing fine. I hope things remain running smoothly

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  7. Puro Sinaloa cartel. Numero uno

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  8. They can't even beat their enemies in Mexico let alone keep them out of their main cities .... how are they going to be any help in Colombia????? How do these reporters make this shit up ? The propaganda will never end I guess..... Keep the bulls shit coming... I actually like to read the comments the idiots that come onto this blog make some of it is really funny and entertaining bb is the best

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    1. Maybe its because the colombians are fighting with sticks and stones lol time to bring in the big guns, the colombian cartels dont have the funds or influence to go to war, this isn't the times of Pablo Escobar lol

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    2. 5:21 No seas tan pendejo! Colombia has paramilitary, something Mexico is trying very hard to keep out. Why you think the autodefensas got dismantled the way it did, because after the criminals where taken down the government was next!

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  9. I find it hard to believe that the Mexicans aren't picked up on immigration charges in Colombia as they are using false id's and not their real names. The Colombians do not take lightly to that so they are not "in the cities" maybe hiding and cowering in the jungles else they would have already been detained. The fight on drugs and cartels in Colombia is too intense unlike weak ass Mexico. But the idea of "60 guns" has got to be a joke. The military there is fierce on the war on drugs.

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    1. Sorry to burst your bubble, but Colombia is not what it once was. If cocaine is a major source of income for your country's economy, guess who they depened on and NEED in order to make and real money, the Mexicans. By the looks of this article you guys cant even fight a war without us lol maybe your underpaid/coward police is too scared to arrest Mexicans in your country.

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    2. Cause mexican military and etc. is too corrupt and working with them,also the US are working with Columbia and letting seals etc special groups in Columbia to take care of that. Of course Columbia can quash the narco problem much more efficiently than Mexico.

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  10. Cds couldnt defeat its mexican rival cartels,so cds is moving south to try and defeat the suppliers for its rival mexican cartels.

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    1. I agree this sounds like an act of desperation from the federation

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    2. Prove it with facts

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    3. You just read the article what more facts do you need

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    4. You said cds couldn't defeat rival cartels ?? How do you know that ?? your not in the game you don't know what's happening it's called expansion boozo till then prove it I wanna see facts the article is talking about sending arms to El tatuado not about cds loosing and leaving Mexico and going to Colombia there obviously trying to ramp up production but till then throw some facts if not no digas nada

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    5. First of all expansion is when you conquer your enemies and move into their territories, not when all the leaders of a cartel get busted by the gov. Or killed by their enemies like what happened to cds. Second of all your just a nobody to be given facts to. You probably never even been across the border, your just hiding in your mommas house.

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    6. Lol that's what there doing boozo?? why you mad ?? Because your not anyone ?? Quit being a hater you haven't accomplished anything cds will go down in history and you ?? Como un jotito detras de La computer

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    7. Llike I said no digas nada

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    8. Jajaja..ya duermete mocoso nomas andas cagando el palo ni sabes nada

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  11. @8:01-your right, the US is the biggest cartel and has more ppl employed in drugs than all of Latin America and Afghanistan. The AMA cartel has their pushers selling more vikes, Aderol, oxy, etc and it's all legal b/c the AMA cartel and their pharmas give more money to Washington every year than what Chapo made in a life time. Must be nice American Medical Association!

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  12. @ 8:44 Google Plan Colombia if you don't believe me..

    Not saying USA runs Colombia but if the Colombian government asks for aid from USA they'll usually get it as long as it is reasonable.

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  13. Those guns came from the US, fast and furious style.

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  14. Chapo us working with the dea he will just snitch al always....where you sinaloa nut huggers. At now

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    1. YAAWWWWNNNN.!!! Come on guys..this is gettin old now..Chapo this..Chapo that..fuckin undercover fan..

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  15. they better call up los pepes asap!

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  16. No ayan que inventar! Son mentiras! No mandan eso ni para tamaulipas con sus peores enemigos los zetas, mucho menos para colombia.

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  17. No entiendo si las nenas de sinacaca son mas sapos que los sapos cantan mas que un loro borracho con una simple cachetadita a los perros gringos como pueden siguer confiando en esas ratas

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  18. Lol si andan en tamaulipas le dan apoyo a los del CDG, los zetas existen todavia nomas porque los Sinaloenses Hermanos Beltran Leyva Les ayudaro si no Valieran verga

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  19. Who cares lets keep hating on them and keep calling them snitches thats what this blog is always about yipeeeee!!! El hater.dtejas

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    1. At least you will always be know as haters haha

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  20. Poor decision on the part of cartels. Colombia is not like it once was, the tide has turned, the people will not tolerate going back. Leave while you can.

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  21. Better call saul

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  22. Avianca Flight 203 changed Colombia forever much like 911 changed the Middle East...

    Once you piss off the USA government you are in trouble... There will never be a cartel as powerful as Medellin or Cali cartel was in Colombia again no matter how many sicarios Sinaloa Cartel sends...

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  23. 2:31 the idiots on this blog welcome one more, you!!!
    The "presence" of mexican cartel in colombia will help the US to bring more american antiguerrillas to invade venezuela, just trying to get closer there, like they armed ISIS, now they have reason to invade and take over everything again, like the tonkin incident that did not even happen, but sure made a lot of money for root and brown, now known as halliburton, and the USS Maine, where cuban seals blew another american ship to prove allegiance to el castrista mayor, fidel castro, i know fidel is old, but, not that old, anyway, there are historical and hysterical versions of everything, pick yours...

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    1. Wait a minute 1:48. Just wait a gosh darn minute ok. One country at a time bucko. We got things to do in the Middle East first and then we can move back to South America. We have all the time in the world to go fuck up Venezuela. They aren't going any where any time soon. So chill with all the hast man. There time is coming trust.

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