Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Mexico general fighting drug cartels shot dead

 
General Nino Villarreal killed

Monterrey (Mexico) (AFP) - Gunmen killed a Mexican general sent by the government to tame violence in a northern state plagued by drug cartel crimes along the US border, authorities said.
 General Ricardo Cesar Nino Villarreal and his wife were shot dead as they drove Saturday in Vallecillo, in the northern state of Nuevo Leon.
 But their two-door car and the bodies were found only Sunday by people who were driving on the road linking the cities of Monterrey and Nuevo Laredo, said the security task force of the neighboring state of Tamaulipas.
 More than 100 high-caliber bullet casings were found at the scene of the shooting, officials said
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 Nino Villarreal was one of four military officers who were deployed by the federal government in May to stem a surge of violence in Tamaulipas.
 The general was in charge of a northern zone that includes Nuevo Laredo, a city bordering Texas which has been the scene of turf wars between cartels fighting over control of the lucrative drug trafficking route.
 "The government of Tamaulipas condemns and deeply laments the death of General Ricardo Cesar Nino Villarreal and his wife," the state's security coordination group said in a statement.
Nuevo Leon's chief prosecutor, Adrian de la Garza, said earlier that authorities were checking whether the general was one of the victims. Tamaulipas authorities said Nuevo Leon prosecutors had confirmed his identity.
 De la Garza said the general usually traveled in an armored vehicle with a security detail, but the victim was unarmed and in a civilian car.

Members of the Mexican Army incinerate marijuana, heroin, cocaine and methamphetamine


 
 Nino Villareal survived a previous attack on October 9 when unidentified gunmen shot at his armored vehicle in Linares, also in Nuevo Leon state.
 Before his appointment in Tamaulipas, Nino Villareal was head of police in the Nuevo Leon town of Cadereyta.
 The military took full control of security in Tamaulipas in May after scores of people died in a series of gunfights between warring cartels as well as clashes between gangs and security forces.
 The state has been plagued by turf wars between the Zetas and Gulf drug cartels for years.
Both gangs have been weakened by the arrests or killings of top leaders.
 The most recent violence has partly been blamed on infighting within the Gulf cartel.

- Violence persists -

Violence continues to torment Tamaulipas residents despite the security overhaul.
Three American siblings, all in their 20s, and a Mexican man were found dead last week, two weeks after they were abducted in the town of Control.
Prosecutors have questioned nine members of a special police unit over allegations that they had kidnapped the four victims.

The officers were part of a tactical force known as the Hercules Group, which was formed by the mayor of the city of Matamoros, Leticia Salazar.
In October, a doctor who used Twitter to report violence in Tamaulipas was kidnapped by unknown assailants in the border city of Reynosa.
Authorities said they were investigating whether Maria del Rosario Fuentes was killed after disturbing pictures of her were posted on her account before it was taken down.

More than 80,000 people have been killed and 22,000 have gone missing since Mexico's government deployed troops to crack down on drug cartels in 2006.

29 comments:

  1. A Failed Country, Full of Failed People. It's only a matter of time until the US Military has to go in and clean house. Goodbye Mexico.

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    1. LIKE THE US CLEANED UP IN THE MIDDLE EAST? NO THANKS

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    2. Dumbest comment I've read the USA is already fighting wars over seas and could not handle insurgents in iraq including now Isis , it can't even handle it's own violence in city's like Chicago , Oakland, New Orleans, and California to just name a few do your self a favor and have a tall glass of stfu juice and leave world politics to those of us that know shit

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    3. Im pretty sure that general was working for a cartel dont feel to sorry for the old fart

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    4. The US prefers to keep countries unstable, they're easier to control that way

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    5. The truth hurts 7:34a but no one wants to hear it. In a 100 years from now Mexico will still have the same problems because it's part of the culture. It will just be a different generation dealing with the same issues.

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    6. 3 25 you only know what you and I read, keep it in perspective !

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    7. Nov 4, 2014 @3:25p. You obviously know nothing about the war in the Middle East. First of all we beat the insurgents in Iraq. That's why we left. Second of all ISIS is a bunch of dumbass peasants killing innocent non Muslims. Now all the jihadist are fighting each other for scraps. Have you seen the destruction that the US led air strikes have caused to ISIS. ISIS is left to fighting their former allies (FSA and Al Nusra) for terrority because they can't handle the air strikes or Assad's army. Plus Chicago, Oakland and Detroit are Disneyland compared to the most dangerous cities in Mexico. At least in the US if you call the police because you are a victim people don't have to worry about being victimized by the police too. You might want to take a gulp of your own stfu juice my friend. Get your info straight man damn!!!!

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    8. 2:54 just don't call the Furguson PD!

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    9. AnonymousNovember 6, 2014 at 2:54 PM

      "in the US if you call the police because you are a victim people don't have to worry about being victimized by the police "........

      Really? Lol

      Unless u r black....or Hispanic or ......

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    10. Ferguson is one incident in one city. Did 43 students get murdered or kidnapped in Ferguson? No!!! Did 400 people get disappeared in Ferguson? No!!! Shit happens sometimes like it did in Ferguson. Does it make it right? No!!! But at the same time it shows you how much one wrongfully killed citizen will cause an uproar in the US. We Americans acknowledge our faults not hide it and then act like it never happened.

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  2. Sad.....the body count keeps going up. When will it end?????

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    1. It will end when i say it endsand right now i dont want it to end

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    2. WHAT A MESS SOME ONE TURN MEXICO INTO LATIN CHINA ONLY WAY TO RESTORE ORDER ON THAT SHT. DO YOU SEE DRUG CARTELS RUNNING CHINA?? NO RIGHT!! THATS CAUSE THEY GOT EVERY SINGLE SON OF A COW BY THE BOLLS!! THEY THINK TWICE BEFORE DOING SOMETHING BAD OVER THERE! ....BECAUSE? THEY CAN PAY WITH THEIR LIFE IF THEY MESS WITH THE AUTHORITIES!

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    3. I truly doubt you have that kind of power 5:59. Nice fantasy though. That must be some shit you are smoking.

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  3. Lety salazars groupo, is known as the grupo of "her culos", now we know why...
    --someboy really wanted the general nino dead, only the most greedy scunbags kill like that, to get people dead and murdered, to inherit...

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  4. Some disturbing stories about Hercules Group seem to be coming out the longer they operate.The more you think on Maria del Rosario Fuentes and the pictures they took of her the more angry you become.It makes you wonder what kind of inadequate bitter little"men"can do shit like that?What does it even achieve?To think,a group of"men"stood around her and one killed her?That kind of human has no place in any society,if you can kill defenseless women and children,you simply DON'T deserve to live..

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    1. ....and of president Obama and pm Cameron / Blair (and company) whacking innocent kids & women in the middle east?? Do you think THEY deserve to live?? nobody is perfect, sure we all ought to know and deal with this human Truth... BUT... can you honestly say the problem lies merely with psycho paramilitary types or criminals? these psycho nonchalant innocent killers (anti-christs) are EVERYWHERE. don't believe me? Just walk down the street, imagine if someone walking past you was holding your kids hostage, what you would do to them, it's in EVERBODY the ability to kill, the issue is who why where when etc. NOT can I / can't I.

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  5. another one bites the dust its a never ending story

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  6. lets not eulogize this scumbag. remember he was responsible for in colusion with the Zetas capturing killing mutilating and dumping those 49 innocent people in Cadereyta

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  7. here is what the people of Nuevo Laredo thought of him. he was not a good guy.
    http://corporativoradionet.com/info/?p=8192

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  8. If you light the candle at both ends you're gonna end up getting burned.

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  9. I guess CDG wasn't happy with his tactics. If he indeed worked with the Zetaz then that is enough for the Golfos to wack him. He probably should have stayed in Nuevo León if he wanted to live.

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  10. Most likely he was corrupt and was killed because he either refuse to follow cartel orders or maybe he was straight edge and try to follow the law.... In Mexico "plomo o plata" since 1995 when I left mexico , it has been the same story. No way to fight corruption.

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  11. Ha, ha, haaaaa! Another alumn from the Heroico Colegio Militar falls and gets his shit hanged out for all to see, late, but better late than never...
    --Mofoka travelin' around alone with his wife in a regular car, without securiy detail, on NE mexico, was not the brightest of the dimwits, i'm sure he was goingto collect some big payment from somebody, greed makes the smartest arsehole blind to danger...
    --Vengan a mexico, turistas!, mi casa su casa...

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  12. "here is what the people of Nuevo Laredo thought of him. he was not a good guy"

    Thanks for the link man.The people usually know whats up and they tell the truth,and the truth looks ugly about this guys tactics.Where do they get these guys from?

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  13. Good to see this dumb corrupt motherf***er bite the dust. They need to take out Pena as well and pull a bullet in that dwarf's ass.

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  14. more info on General Nino including pics of car shot up: http://corporativoradionet.com/info/?p=8366
    http://www.valorportamaulipas.net/2014/11/mantas-en-nuevolaredo-vs-el-gral-nino.html

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