Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Sinaloa forcibly recruits indigenous women

Borderland Beat posted by Don Chavo  translated by Spike source: from el Pinero

Recently a Sicaria of La Línea admits participating in 30 murders  Drug cartels are recruiting   older girls and young women to work as executioners in the Sierra Tarahumara of Chihuahua State region  Below is an article from a few months ago with information about about the Sicarias.

Most of the recruiting is being done by the Sinaloa Cartel, which is faced with the New Juarez Cartel and its armed faction, La Linea, for control of routes of drug trafficking in the region, said the authorities.

Women are abducted and forced to fight and kill for organized crime, said the authorities.

In 2008, operatives of the Sinaloa Cartel arrived in the region in large numbers to take charge of drug trafficking routes. The cartel is led by the  capo, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzmán. El Chapos forces began to fight against the Juarez Cartel (which is now the New Juarez Cartel, or NCJ) and La Linea, the armed wing of the cartel.

El Chapo recruits women


El Chapo forces gained control of many of the routes of drug trafficking, according to reports published. In 2012, when the Sinaloa Cartel continued fighting against the NCJ and La Linea, El Chapo forces increased their recruitment of young girls and women to make executions, said Marcelina Bustillos Romero, Governor of the Rarámuri indigenous people.

The Sinaloa Cartel operatives recruited many young men and women in Norogachi, a small village in the region of the Sierra Tarahumara. Most of the villagers are indigenous. The arrival of the drug cartel operatives caused fear to many residents of the town, said Bustillos Romero.

"The bad people" (members of drug cartels) were seen walking in the mountains; No one left their homes at night", he said.

Rarámuri women and some young women were abducted by troops of El Chapo and reappeared a few months later with guns, said Martín Chávez, Member of the Tarahumara tribe. The victims of kidnappings had been trained as executors, he said.

The Legacy of Sugey

Sugey is one of the women recruited to work as a sicaria; in this case, by the La Linea. Security agents captured her in 2010.

Federal prosecutors accused her of murder, illegal possession of firearms, organized crime and crimes against public health activity. Sugey is declared guilty and awaits her sentence. It is not identified by her full name for security reasons.

La Linea did not kidnapped her or forced her to be a sicaria, said Sugey. A younger cousin of her was a friend of La Linea, said in an interview at a federal detention center.

The father of one of his cousin's friends hired her to do errands. One day he asked her that she drive a truck. The truck contained many long rifles, Sugey knew how to handle them because she had gone to military school. The man asked her to work for La Linea, explained.

Sugey began working for La Linea, effective in La Linea, mainly as a driver. A few months later, opponents of organized crime kidnapped her cousin, who was approximately 20 years old.

The kidnappers killed her cousin and left the corpse burned and decapitated in their village. The killers gave the head of the victim to the mother and left a sign warning to the family not to have a funeral or honor his death.

A Sicaria

At that time, Sugey decided to avenge her cousin. She became assistant to the sicarios and then became one herself. She became leader of a group of troops of La Linea and received a payment of 35,000 pesos per month.

Groups working for La Linea were integrated by a maximum of five members, and were known as "patrols". She was the only woman in the group, and soon became leader. She won the privilege of using a uniform, a belt of cartridges, ammunition and weapons.

First victim


The first victim of Sugey was a wife, mother of three children. The women had reported it to the authorities, accusing her of selling drugs for La Linea, said Sugey. As a result of this she shot her several times in the head, she said.

Before her capture, she participated in about 30 murders, said Sugey, who claimed to have killed some of the victims herself and having been an observer for other killings.

26 comments:

  1. Put a bullet in the whore bitches head. Worthless piece of cartel shit.

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    1. Watch it it may come true and you going to find your mom sister wife dead!!!!

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    2. Now that we're done judging her let's put your mom and/or sister in her place.Let's see how they survive under the same circumstances you pile of shit.Piss on you.

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  2. Really BB? Really? "Sinaloa forcibly recruits indigenous women" Sinaloa is a state have some respect for the people not everyone is a drug trafficker in Sinaloa. Little mistakes like these are unnecessary. Please be more proffesional. I understand Sinaloa doesn have the best image reputation but not everyone is a greedy bloodthirsty narco. Buggs? Chivis? Believe it or not its offensive.

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    1. Obviously, this article hits close to home for you, and it's clear from the article that the cartel does the recruiting not the whole state or people, so... whoa Nelly.

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    2. And the main part of the story was about la Linea recruiting a specific women. Not like the headline reads,putting it on chapo

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    3. Dude seriously? When they say Sinaloa they mean the cartel, u must be new to this. This is the dumbest comment I have ever read on BB. U think its offensive? Can u comprehend literature? GTFOH!

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    4. Finally a real sinaloense no mamadas da worship narco bullshit. . Un saludo ah un hombre de respeto

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    5. En sinaloa es raro que mujeres anden conla gente. Si las agarran es para que le hagan comida alos pistoeros ojo son pistoleros no sicarios la verdad quien hase esto tipos de cosas son los zetas solo miren las noticias cuando agarran a gente

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    6. If you can't handle the truth go and start your own blogg.

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    7. The very first time the word "Sinola" is mentioned in the article it clearly states that it's referring to the "Sinola Cartel" and not the State of Sinola. Look for a valid reason to play the sensitivity card next time

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  3. Yes, Sinaloa is a great state! I took the "Sinaloa" tag as only "short-hand" for the various cartels that have their 'home offices' in Sinaloa. Point well taken! The State of Sinaloa is comprised of many talented and good people and the predatory, low life thugs represent only a very negligible part of the greater population.

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  4. chivis it's not a legitimate complaint, I smell the foul odor of a troll. he will bombard you with more ridiculous complaints, none are genuine, ignore them. guess he forgot your family is in Sinaloa.

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  5. La neta que se pasan de verga con el título. Saben que poniendo Sinaloa le van a dar mas "hits" la gente. Pura propaganda culera. La verdad es que los Sinaloenses an subido a un nivel que ninguno de ustedes pueden empezar a entender.

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    1. Tiene toda la razon compa nadie entiede Sinaloa rifa por todos lados por eso no quieren a los de Sinaloa por que les tienen envidia

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    2. Los de sinaloa dan pura lastima

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    3. 6:38 am sera envidia no no puede ser ? Jaja pobre gente sinaloa siempre a rifado

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  6. Sugey lime any other woman are free to join whoever the hell they wa t to join, and are doing it.
    In sugey's case, I would like to know about her military background, there are many female military cadets in mexico, but I guess after graduation they have no jobs and no future.
    Bad choice, but my respects to women, whatever they chose to do.

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    1. Even if she cuts your families head!

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  7. Yes we all know that it's talking about the cartel, but the caption only points out sinaloa, and the only story about an actual women and her life as a sicaria was in LA linea. Don't be biased to one cartel or the other.

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    1. The article is simply pointing out that even CDS preyed on the public like other cartels.?CDS and CDS nuthuggers had this higher than thou attitude towards other cartels. Poor Chapo must of been desperate to force indigenous females into employment. It's ironic that it back fired on him because the women started working for La Linea instead.

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  8. Pretty much any article Any article that starts with Sinaloa is.going to get many comments hate them or love them

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  9. Yes because most of the cartels in mexico are run by Sinaloenses they are the big bosses with the best connections in South America, they control poppy fields in mexico, they grow tons of weed , they have some huge Meth labs they have everything's that's why Sinaloenses think we rule the drug game

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  10. Pos que los Sinaloenses eran muy buenos.; Que ellos salvan pueblos en vez de chingarlos. Que los Sinaloenses pagan muy bien y no se meten con gente humilde y menos mujeres y ninos.

    BAHAHAHAHAHAH puro pinche pedo. Para que miren que los Sinaloenses son iguales de mierda si no peor que otros carteles. Nomas que ellos si saben utilizar propaganda y tirar dinero aqui y aya para que nadie atreva criticarlos!!!

    CDS= CARTEL DE SNITCHES

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  11. SIGUEN LADRANDO LOS PERROS!!!
    SEñAL QUE VOY AVANZANDO!!!
    PURO SINALOA !!! CHIHUAHUA Y SINALOA SIEMPRE AL 100!!!

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  12. still amazes me that the cds lost the war against la linea,aztecas....makes it clear,w-o goverment help,cds,chapo...are nothing but snitches...run and hide...and chapo,begging for a better jacket in super max...RUBBISH...CDS,NOTHING BUT RUBBISH...

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