Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Boss of a Cell of CJNG, one of the victims of confrontation in Jalisco

Translated for Borderland Beat from a Proceso article by Otis B Fly-Wheel

After a new confrontation occurred on the Monday night in Jalisco, the second of the week, the State Attorney General confirmed the death of four presumed criminals. Among them was Heriberto Acevedo Cardenas, "El Gringo", Boss of a cell of Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion, and only identified now.

Heriberto Acevedo Cardenas, "El Gringo"


According to the Attorney General Luis Carlos Najera, "El Gringo" was the leader of organised crime cells in the Towns of Tlajomulco, Cocula, Zacoalco, Tapalpa and Atemajac de Brizuela.

Further to this he was the guy who bribed the Cocula Police Chief to enable the Cartel to work freely, forcing the State Attorney to take charge of security in the town since last December, he said.

At the press conference, the prosecutor said the alleged cartel leader, orchestrated the attack in which four soldiers were killed who secured a fuel farm in the Town of Guachinango in May 2014.





"El Gringo" had two current arrest warrants, for homicide and qualified theft. He had ten previous serious crimes on record, like theft of Fuel, kidnapping, and his participation in at least nine other homicides.

He was also involved in other cases(Otis: much easier to blame dead men for crimes to increase the crimes solved rate), in the death of two Police detectives, who presumably he tried to bribe the operator so he could "milk" the pipeline and steal the fuel. It was "El Gringo" that ordered his death.

The confrontation

The new confrontation that left four dead, between those of "El Gringo", occurred on the night of Monday passed, in the town of Sureno de Zocoalco de Torres, around kilometre 17, around the freeway of Guadalajara - Colima, and 125 kilometres distant from Ocotlan where the previous confrontation occurred last Thursday, that left 11 dead, among them 5 Gendarmeria and three civilians caught in the cross fire.( See BB reporter DD article on the confrontation)

According to the State Authorities, the crew of a white van, ignored a signal to stop by State Force 1, who intended to carry out a routine stop and search.

As they fled, the presumed sicarios opened fire on the Police, including fire from a 40mm grenade launcher, informed the prosecutor. The gunmen rolled the vehicle causing it to ignite, an officer was shot in the right thigh and had two ricochet injuries to his calf, but he is reported as out of danger.

At the scene of the confrontation, the Police found five 40 mm grenades, a .50 cal Barrett sniper rifle, three assault rifles and two pistols. The Police also found 500 cartridges in a radius of 400 metres from where the altercation occurred.

At first it was reported that only three people died, but the Prosecutor confirmed today that it was four dead, their bodies were taken to the Jalisco Institute of Forensic Sciences, for corroboration of the other identities. The identity of "El Gringo" was established by fingerprinting.

The new confrontation occurred five days after the other confrontation between the Federal Police and presumed operators of the CJNG, in the Town of Ocotlan, when 11 people were killed, among them 5 Gendarmeria, 3 Sicarios, and three Civilians, among them a woman and a minor.

According to the official report, this confrontation left 29 vehicles damaged by gun fire, 7 of those from the Gendarmeria, three vehicles of the hit men, three motorcycles the rest civilian cars. After the confrontation, they found 10 pistols, 18 rifles, two fragmentation grenades, and two 40mm grenades in 31 farms.

Original article in Spanish at Proceso

44 comments:

  1. To any one who wants to join these gangs just let me tell a family story my cousin 21 years old told another cousin whom who worked for two years in a taco stand in guadalajara mexico he told him i quit working is not for me i will go for that easy money and he left 8 months laters my cousin got a call from the army asking him to go to zacatecas state to reconize a body and yes it was my 21 year old cousin who was killed in a battle with mexican army he jointed the zetas along with him according to what my other cousin told me there were like 20 more bodies all not older than 21 years old my cousin rip because he was a bad guy because never had love from his parents he had some fucked up parents that never love him but yeah he jointed the zetas cartel and he did not even last a year getting the so called easy money . My point is if you are reading this and you are a narco wanna be think twice about it because your most likelly a pendejo just like my cousin.

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    1. Thanks for sharing this story....all the tacos you can eat, or a lead sandwich is no brainier for me....i love tacos...de adobada, pollo rostizado, and pelos

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    2. If he was in Jalisco why didnt he join CJNG? Also didnt know them letter boys were still in Jalisco

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    3. Not sure he was a pendejo. I think when you are young, there is a sense of invincibility. Like, "it's not gonna happen to me". Plus the money was probably not as good as he thought but better than what he was making.

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    4. Well said my friend

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    5. Cry me a damn river some of ppl like to thug it's all kinds of different ppl with different attitudes having bad parents does not give any one the ok to join a cartel nor does it make me understand some ppl just love that shit the money alone is well enough reason young guys make that choice I have a old friend we grew up from middle school and he recently got busted with over a million worth of meth at his home of course some one snitched but a lot of ppl on Facebook talked a lot of shit now that he's in prison but they would never in his face or will they ever see a million in their meaningless lives those ppl that talk shit still live with their parents or have kids they do not support he's been a million dollar mexican since 2010 did what he do is right not politically but he made took care of business you rather have ppl who live off the government live or ppl who came hundreds of miles and feed the family they bring

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    6. Truee one of my neighbors here in the us was killed for being involved in criminal activity

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    7. @10:16 maybe because zetas pay more? Are more powerful? Idk

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    8. Zetas were all over in zacatecas, very famous, the it thing, cjng was just starting out in jalisco, maybe before el Taliban seceded...

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    9. Brother,they may well be pendejos.But,joining the Z or whoever and fighting and dying is not my way of saying'easy money'That's earning money the hard way.Either way I'm sorry young Mexicans have to make choices like this..

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    10. Pendejos de a millon, million dollar pendejos are a dime a dozen...
      --I have been very poor and very broke, but my 4 kids all went to 'collidge' and have good jobs, I did not come to the US to have my children or myself be a pinche perra flaca or la perra de la carcel for no "looking at a one million dollars..."

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    11. "el gringo" got sent straight to the killing....by the fat rats that want to own the mx govt.
      ....But he was no million dolla mexican behind bars. The million dolla mexican behind barras. andale wey Lol

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    12. Los zetas paid with financing truck and weapons, you must pay for your equipment and the zetas promised steaks, but only leave enough for maruchan, if at all...
      You have to be muy jodido, muy pendejo, muy 'inorante', muy alucin, or everything at the same time to believe and join los zetas...

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    13. @5:56 P.M. well now he's a penniless Mexican since 2015 hahaha

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    14. lame ass zetas arent anywhere near jalisco, you lie too much fool , want to know why your primo is dead? csuse he joined the wrong group, thats why!!

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  2. why Mexico has no death penalty ?

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    1. Really? Because their entire police and judicial system is inherently incompetent and corrupt to the core!

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    2. They do. You just have to run for Mayor in Guerrero

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    3. Because the death penalty is regressive and barbaric

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    4. Why? Because alot of innocent people would die, in Mexico Law protects the stronger, weakers or poor people would be the victims of a death penalty, believeme we know our fucker goverment...

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    5. Mexico already has the penalty. The difference is you don't get a trial. You simply get murdered by the police, military and the narcos. That's capital punishment in Mexico.

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    6. Because lawmaker's themselves could become subject to the punishment if there was an uprising

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  3. If what is written is true, this guy is no victim. He had it coming and should be called the decedent or the deceased. "Victim" implies that he was unjustly wronged.

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    1. Then how can he be a victim of his own pendejismo?

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  4. Mexico has no death penalty because our founding fathers put it in the Constitution. Besides that , it's not needed any more, the ongoing policy is " kill them all, let God sort them out".

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    1. We're talking about Mexico not America

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    2. GOD is everywhere, picking the good ones for the bad ones to kill...

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  5. Hey i been to jalisco zacatecaz. Juarez tijuana. last time i was in mexico was 2006. But now mexico vale verga

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  6. Does anyone know what cartel runs teocaltiche, jal?

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    1. Sinaloa Cartel

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    2. Sinaloa cartel not cjng

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    3. Mario Gonzalez
      gente de guzman

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    4. That's right,. The gonzalez bros run teocal

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    5. why anonymous?

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  7. Same thing happened to a friend of mine. He was young and broke with 2 kids. Then he went to work for a cartel and he got a nice ride with tinted windows a phone and in about 8 months to a year he got dead by the soldiers after he crashed in a canal. Now his 2 kids are fatherless. So go ahead young foolish people be a big bad narco and the same can happen to you. Payasos! Tony Montana

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    1. No disrespect but sounds like your imaginary friend. I swear most of these fools no los bajas de las pinches burras all ripped up clothes too todos guarachudos ala verga. Abeses ni les pagan lol putos 3 mil pesos ala semana nd they still brag about lujos y la chingada haha Unless you have any kind of rank there is nothing good or "bad" bout being in any cartel unless it involves your boss snitching on you or getting dug up from a fuckin fosa one day. On some real shit I dont see where all the pride comes from. All you ppl on here saying this n that you guys better be at the library lol the contras might see what u said and fuck around and find your proxy server then you gon be lying out your ass just so theyll stop burnin that ass lmao

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  8. @5:51a.m they do! Its called the mexican navy/marina!

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    1. Sedena has more Iike the murder license, kind of like Murder, Inc. And with it, secrecy and impunity, then they get the drug trafficking franchises when they grow up...

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  9. @3:36 did not read

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  10. 5:51 mexico has death penalty, for enemies of the regime, for anybody that goes against the powers that be, for any real or imaginary trespasses...it is extra-judiciary, but it kills...
    --Mexico does not have the death penalty by law in the constitution, because those that deserve it the most do not want it there.

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  11. What the EPN controlled media failed to mention was the fact that several sicarios escaped and the fuerza unica backed down when they were overwhelmed by superior firepower. When the fuerza unica was able to shoot the driver of the vehicle in which Herebreto was being driven in, they called quits. You can read about the types of calibers found at the scene via the link below. No rifles chambered in 7.62x51 (.308) nor were any Fn 's (fivesevens or ps90/p90's) chambered in 5.7x28 seized by fuerzas unicas which points to several other shooters which escaped. 400-500 shell casings on the ground expended by sicarios is nothing to sneeze at.
    http://www.zacoalcoweb.com/noticias/seguridad/262-abaten-a-uno-de-los-jefes-de-celula-delictiva-que-orquesto-ataque-a-soldados-en-guachinango

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  12. That's my uncle....

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