Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Murder Rate up in Nogales for 2014

As reported by Nogales International
 
Murders in Nogales, Sonora rose sharply in 2014, according to a report published Tuesday in a local newspaper.
Citing the “system of reporter statistics in regard to insecurity,” the paper Nuevo Dia reported 74 murders in Nogales, Sonora last year.  The same newspaper, citing its own tallies, reported a year ago that there were 50 murders in the city in 2013, a decrease from the 58 it documented in 2012.

The Hermosillo-based daily El Imparcial reported last year that it had tallied 44 murders in Nogales, Sonora during 2013, a slight increase from the 42 it counted in 2012.

Despite the apparent jump in murders last year, the numbers still reflect a significant drop from 2010, when the Sinaloa drug cartel run by Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman set out to take back territory that had been controlled by Arturo Beltran Leyva, the kingpin killed by the Mexican military in December 2009.  El Imparcial reported 226 murders in Nogales, Sonora in 2010 and Nuevo Dia counted 236.

According to the report published Tuesday in Nuevo Dia, murders rose statewide in Sonora, from 612 in 2013 to 635 in 2014.

Nogales, Sonora had the third-most murders among Sonoran cities, behind Cajeme with 175 and Hermosillo with 102.
Note 
While this article did not speculate why the murder rate rose, the following excerpt from Progreso's article "Pese a los reveses, el Cártel de Sinaloa se mantiene incólume", based on information provided by Al Laurita, a special agent in charge of the DEA office in Tucson, should be taken into consideration:

With the capture of El Chapo on February 22, 2014 and Ismael Zambada, El Mayito Gordo (son of El Mayo Zambada) November 12, in Mexico some people and entities, including the government of  Enrique Peña Nieto, believed that the Sinaloa Cartel had been shattered.

"The only change that we have observed is among the people that controlled the plaza of Nogales
(Sonora) and the one that managed the western zone of the Sonoran desert, and those had the relationship with the Indian reservation of the Tohono O'odham Nation, in southwestern and central Arizona".

According to the reports that the DEA in Tucson has, these modifications were only of people, without affecting the business, because the people that used to manage these plazas were "people of El Chapo" now replaced by "people of El Mayo Zambada".

23 comments:

  1. Time for Sonora to succeed from Mexico and ask the US to let it become a territory and work on statehood.

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    1. Hahaha...in ur dreams puto!!

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    2. I live in arizona, the governer of sonora all ways come here to see the governor of az. Weird. Well, I did hear that northern mexican states want to separate from southern mexican states. It will b beneficial to both but mostly U.S. cheaper houses too. I would probably move and get me a cheap house. A lot of construction would be done because it's a big empty state with alot of land.

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    3. that would great Mx won't let happen

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    4. The last revolution started in Sonora. If Sonora goes, so does the Baja. Sonora couldn't give two shits about what Mexico City thinks or says. They have their own rules. Phoenix needs a beach anyways.

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    5. Yeah. What a waste with all those northern mx states. The US should had taken them away from mx back then when they got Texas, California and all those other states. The mxcas only ruined them didn't do anything good with them

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  2. Danm EVERY WHERE el chapo went he shit all over..

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    1. Not just him but all the top narco dogs do the same. They cause all of those wars against rivals, and against local govs. Them mf'rs destabilize regions. That is what happens for letting them grow. to the point where they control the gov. Not the citizens but them.

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  3. So who runs nogales I know one side of the railroad is zetas the other is who????

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    1. Zetas ?.Theres no zetas in nogales its beltrans people on one side and cds on the other side of the city.

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    2. Tetazzz lmao they wouldve got ran back across chihuahua into coahuila en caliente.

      But blo are just as garbage as the people they're aligned to soo.... yeah I see how you might get confused

      -desde el 602

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  4. Yeah, el chapo was a better president than pena nieto will ever be, or any other former "president" of mexico, and he did not steal anything from the mexican treasury, i can only wonder if he had had the power those motherfuckers had, mexico would not be in the situation it is now, getting sold away on fire sales, like the pemex promise of the mexican moment, GONE, as i told you, mexico now has to pay out money it does not have to indemnify the investors for their loses, and pemex remains GONE...
    --el chapo would have got carlos romero deschamps drawn and quartered after getting all the money back, and he would have shown el barril de menudo con patas how to be a capo, if it had not been for the protection of the governors and the police and military, we wouldhave had no zetas...woulda coulda shoulda...
    --anyway, 'nada cambia' said el mayo, and nada ha cambiado, except the ,exican government got more murderous and desperate for getting its claws on all the business, they got tired of carrying around the louis vuitton bags of the narcs and their laboutini shoes, the mexican politicians want to carry their own high heeled laboutinis on their own louis vuitton bags and have their own faggotty sicarios, like el mil mascaras and his private military contractor compadres...

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  5. support the cartel "use more drugs" ur local deal is giving discounts

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    1. And if I don't you will extort me or kidnap me.

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  6. No mexican state can secede from the mexican union, by law, but the US can decide for them, and as soon as the US finds a way, like a neutron bomb to get rid of all the mexicans there without getting them on the US as refugees it will get done.
    --there are too many mexicans in mexico, and the depopulation programs are going too slow, seems like the harder 'they' try to depopulate latin america the worse it gets, now we have more indians than ever, and what is worse, they are evo morales followers...

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  7. WHERE ARE. ..The zambadas. ... the salazares. ... the torres. ... the avendanos. ... the beltranes. ... the felix. ... the quinteros. ... the guzmanes.. Where are they?..

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    1. Coroneles. ... Gamboas. ... and the others

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  8. Quintero is running most of sonora he's fighting wat was once his!!

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    1. Really? who else is in sonora? what other crime families

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    2. El yiyo viene con todo aliado al mayo zambada!!nuevas reglas nuevos jefes aliniense o pagan!

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  9. A.p el senor m100 is back home but is fighting some young guy that they call r100 from gente nueva

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    1. Wasnt he still running things behind bars

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