Thursday, March 26, 2015

Explaining the Violence in Acapulco in Recent Months


As previously reported, the arrest of Josué Gutiérrez Sandoval, alias "El Durazno", last December appeared at the time to have triggered a wave of violence in Acapulco, Guerrero.  It was then that I mentioned that there were rumors of a "reorganization" taking place within the Cártel Independiente de Acapulco (CIDA), though only recently has enough information came out in order to better understand the situation that was occurring.

Though the exact timing has not been reported, it appears that it was around this point that a dispute broke out between the then leader of CIDA, Víctor Aguirre Garzón, alias "El Gordo", and Ronaldo Mendoza Matilde, alias "Big Mama", who was not on my radar at the time, but was apparently referenced in a banner in February 2011.    Federal authorities contribute around seventy crimes that were directly connected to this fight.

The question remains, which side did the other leader of CIDA, Víctor Noel Piza Nogueda, alias "El Erizo", take.  Regardless, on January 12 it was reported that Luis Alvaro Leon Morales, alias "El Canario", an operator directly connected to "El Erizo", was arrested, likely based on information that was given by his rivals as part of the dispute between "El Gordo" and "Big Mama".

On February 5, "Big Mama" was arrested in Mexicali, Baja California, where he had moved temporarily, fearing that he would be killed by members of CIDA if he remained in Acapulco.  It was reported that authorities linked him to kidnappings, homicides, and extortion, including businesses and teachers, in colonias of Acapulco such as Cayaco, La Sabana, Renacimiento, and Emiliano Zapata, as well as an attack against a secondary school in the Coloso colonia, which took place last December 8.  It was reported at that time that he was once a member of a criminal group operating in Acapulco, a clear allusion to CIDA, but had left the organization in order to form another group, which was not named in the article, which generated a territorial dispute.



Two weeks later, banners appeared in Acapulco, telling business owners and taxi drivers to stop paying extortion fees to "El Gordo".  They bore the signature of "La Mochomera" and "El Jefe de Jefes".  Because the message was directed against "El Gordo" it was obviously written by an anti-CIDA group and I find it quite feasible that it was created by allies of "Big Mama". 

On March 10, "El Gordo" was arrested in Mérida, Yucatán.  He reportedly lived there, traveling to Acapulco once a month to check up on CIDA.  While the two main authors of the violence in Acapulco have been captured, it appears the fighting has not stopped.  For instance, just yesterday a human head was found on top of a poster board with a message written on it.  Apparently the war between the forces of "El Gordo" and "Big Mama" continues, with "El Erizo" likely in the mix as well.


Sources: 
"Era como El Chapo" 
Capturan en Mexicali a Ronaldo Mendoza Matilde
Detienen a El Gordo, líder del Cártel de Acapulco

36 comments:

  1. He's gonna be someone's big mama in prison alright.

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  2. He's gonna be someone's big mama in prison alright.

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  3. Big Mama vs El Gordo vs El Taco

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  4. Hey, Itzli, I heard this El Gordo is not really a relative/cousin of Angel Aguirre, the resigned governor. Is is just because the same last name people assumed it?

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    1. Itzli, or anybody home¿¿¿¿??!!

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    2. We are all here and there. Are you coming for a visit or what?

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    3. That is what the government is now saying. Besides the same name, a narco banner in the past alleged they were related. I'm not sure which side to believe, quite honestly.

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    4. dd, no visitors! They may steal the pens, the candy, the toilet paper and office supplies, you know, I am mexican and proud that I do that, and I also wrap the toilet with clear plastic...

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  5. I ain't sayin' anythin' without my lawyer present...
    But how can these evil troglodites be operating to the interest at al level, from cancun to bc, almost as international as carlos the jackal or 007, right under the noses of SSP DE GUERRERO, SSP FEDERAL, police nazional, army and navy?
    I understand governor aguirre can not see his dick because of his big panza, for years, but what is the 'esquiuse' of law enforcement?
    --Oh, I know, they are trying to make me forget the number 43, EUREKA!!!
    ...not happenin'

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    1. The Lebanese property holders of Acapulco will not clean anyone's flip flops of sand nor if your mouth were as dry as an Arabian flip flop,whilst holding to ransom the public,meanwhile CIDA continue to sow its seed unaccountably with impunity?

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    2. 10:00 now on top of narco-televisa, pri/evangelismo, beltranes leyvas all over, we have lebanese mafia all over the guerrero's, how appropriate, maybe Carlos Slim Helu wants to put some distance between him and them...

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  6. See that yellow Condo in the photo,( third building from the left) it is a well known fact that the Russian mob owns that condo. They must have not been there in awhile,because the wall facing the beach is full of graffiti. What happened to Acapulco? Verguenza!!!

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    1. What happened to acapulco: cancun had younger children for the pederasta tourism, headed by the Lebanese maffia, Jean succar kuri and Kamel nacif borge who made millions and millions of dollars off those international pederastas...include televisa, narcos,powerful politicians, artists who have no comment and nothing to say...

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    2. Not to mention in your account of these people,the infamous Mustafa Leak and his underling Farouk al Kamel Breath,well known property holders in Acapulco accountable to Genaro Garcia Luna and his cabal of mafia serving amerikkka wherein lies the pederastic gangs Mexico violar

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    3. @9:52 Maan, passing through the camel's ass to prove nothing is impossible for the rich, has done miracles for your perceptibility and expressionism...
      But I think you had to pass thru the eye of a needle, it has less caca...

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  7. Is "Cartel Independiente de Acapulco" what is left of Edgar Valdez Villarreal "La Barbies" group?...DWW

    lol.. Hard to think of Jax Teller(SOA) being/playing as Edgar Valdez..

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  8. "Big momma" funny reading

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  9. Big Momma is a dude? Hmmmm.... Acapulco has a bunch of mini mafias running around chopping people up. It's pretty stupid what's going on there. They are fighting for peanuts in local drug sales. Guess that money dried up after La Barbie went to jail. They need to find another line of business there, maybe go back to school. Get their GEDs and go to community college or something. This murder and mayhem business isn't going too good for the 'mafias' in Acapulco.

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    1. All those murderers learned from the very best, the mexican army has occupied the states on south mexico since they assassinated lucio cabañas and genaro vazquez, with tens of thousands of soldiers, with high school...

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  10. Taco bell should name tacos after those people. The el Gordo grande taco and big mama burrito now available

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  11. Pinches marranos con sus "big mamas" "el gordo" "el erizo" "el durazno" bola de cidosos punales

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  12. Can a legit Big name Cartel go to Acapulco and please wipe these idiots out?

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    1. Every cartel who is something has gone to Acapulco and have gotten chopped up, those foos dont mess around

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    2. Acapulco is a trampoline for traffickers to distribute drugs anywhere and everywhere going north that's why there is so much violence in Acapulco

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  13. acapulco has bigger cartels like ct cjng. cida just has an internal conflict

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  14. "evil troglodites" beautifully put. Once a great place Acapulco turned to Hell.
    How many Taxi drivers slayed by troglodites ? 600? 800? 1000 ?

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  15. Arturo wouldn't of allowed all this mess!!!

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  16. 12:06 Genaro garcia luna would and did allow it, all over the country, he even participated with help of his beloved Luis cardenas palomino... google...

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  17. Everytime they capture a acapulco sicario they look like this dark ugly big messy hair compared to sicarios from sinaloa or juares that look like real bandido mexicanos, these acapulco guys are the type you see at the club and you know they just got here from mexico an can tell they some other raza from other region, just mean mugging an not getting girls lmao

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    1. 5:37 latinos, bandidos, outlaws, mongols, barrios mc, etc, also get their fair share of borregas, from many places on earth, but landscapers, mechanics, and plain laborers or forklift operators steal the cake, dishwashers also have a lot of dirty laundry to answer for, sorry...

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  18. Buh Bye tourism

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