Monday, March 16, 2015

Hitman accused of more than 200 murders in Chihuahua is recaptured in Sonora

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

Hermosillo, Sonora.

"El Negro"
Agents of the Federal Police achieved the re-aprehension of Oscar Eduardo Vargas "El Negro", who the state Attorney General attributes more than 200 executions.

According to the Attorney General, "El Negro" an important leader of a criminal network in Praxedis G Guerrero, in the Valley of Juarez is dedicated to drug trafficking, and other activities such as kidnapping and extortion.

On the 27th of  February Oscar Eduardo Vargas Romero escaped from Hospital in Hermosillo state, where he was receiving treatment for wounds sustained in a gun battle in Chihuahua.


Since then his location was unknown until Saturday afternoon when he was captured in the Municipality of Santa Ana, located 170 kilometres north of the Sonoran capital.

The serial killer was moved immediately to Hermosillo, where personnel of the Chihuahua Attorney Generals office were waiting with an arrest warrant to move him to Ciudad Juarez.

The Governor of this state, Cesar Duarte Jaquez, welcomed the capture of "El Negro" and made a formal announcement 6 hours before the Federal Authorities.

Around 22:00 hours he arrived in Ciudad Juarez on board a plane, he is the presumed coordinator of criminal activites for the Sinaloa Cartel in the Valley of Juarez.

Original article in Spanish at Proceso


80 comments:

  1. If they would have just killed him first time they caught him he would not escape from hospital and go kill more people but noooooooo
    The crybabies who say his human rights are violated treat him fair. Sure ok maybe wen he escapes he will go kill u

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    1. He was allowed to escape to prove his jugosity, mil mascaras, your dream come true.
      --If we pin 200 murders on each of the 14 borderland reporters at bottom of this page, we get 2800 murders solved!!! That is the miracle of computing and matebruticas, bullshit in and bullshit out...
      --Now with the new amerikkkan system of justice, of innocent until proven guilty, or presumed innocence, applied widely to the rich if guilty, and the old presunto culpable applied to poor and innocent , we will never see the end of crime,

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    2. Ohh shit mi rukaa Millie is on a roll out,preach about all that hate,don't slow that manic roll..

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    3. 3:00 your encyclopedic ignorance shows, mil mascaras, it goes:
      Millie, miilliee, MILLIEEE!!!

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    4. mil is pronounced ' meel',not millie..millie is the old lady that lives in the old house on the corner in a small town in west texas !!!

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    5. Mil is for thousand, boy started trying.to be 2 faces, then got addicted...
      Millie is a nickname for mil mascaras' daddy, me, the anonymous...

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  2. Responsible for more than 200 murders??? Why the fuck was he even arrested? He should have been shot and executed on sight and why was he taken to a hospital for treatment when the hospitals won't even treat poor indigent innocents? Too many double standards in Mexico but the "humane" treatment for known cartel members and criminals has got to stop. They should not even make it to the arrest stage, they should be knelt down and put down like the rabid animals they really are.

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    1. Solitary confinement for life would be better. Let the mofo go loco. Unfortunately, not going to happen in Mexico.

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  3. They are all serial killers.

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  4. Hitman?? But I guess now and days a 5 foot person can be as deadly as a 6 foot five person... A little bit of this and a little bit of that... As the saying goes.

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    1. give a man a gun and he might as well be ten feet tall....Hitler was short and murdered over 6 million innocents....that you think short folks are only now capable of doing anything as good as some tall folks, makes you an idiot and probably an underachieving tall person

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    2. The fuck does height have to do with it?? if a midget puts a bullet between your eyes you will die just the same

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    3. Animal hitler didn't murder 6 million people hes responsible for those 6 million murders

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    4. I'm scared of short guys, i've had to beat up a few, but they are evil and just don't quit, i think they have an "agenda", like chucky... or his mommy la chuky...

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    5. LoL it's a discussion board, you could freely express your thoughts. There was no fingerpointing what so ever. But in essense , the little guy got offended. Un Chaparrito, ijo de la tiznada. LoL

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  5. off with his head

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  6. CDS is one step closer to being completely out of Chihuas. Not hating but it's the simple truth. Sorry nuthuggers.

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    1. Thats what people have been saying since CDS and CDJ began going at it hard back in 2006 and nothing happens to them. It seems like these cockroaches just keep multiplying.

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    2. Where's the facts

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    3. The guy wasn't in Chihuahua anymore. N they still own the plaza

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    4. Juare is barrios aztecas and ask anybody who lives in juarez you also see them walking around there mostly cholos and chihuahua is la linea and how do i know? I actually have a family member working with la linea... Pobre wey pero nimodo

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    5. Yea all my family members are cds I'm super chingon idiot anyone can say that grow up.

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    6. Who needs facts when there is no one representing CDS in almost all the chihuahua border crossings. No one in Juarez dares to say the word Sinaloa or wants to be associated with CDS because they are afraid of the consequences. Aztecas have halcones and estacas every where. They will shoot you on the spot if they even think you are working with or for CDS. La Linea has pushed CDS back south to the Chihuas and Sinaloa border. Fact.

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    7. La linea and the carrillos abonded the aztecas and juarez someone isn't doing there homework.

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    8. I'll say sinaloa anywhere I want lol bozo

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    9. I bet you say sinaloa anywhere you want except when you go to mexico lol idiot, people like you are the ones fucking up not just mexico but the u.s. too

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    10. If you don't believe me 11:45am and the rest of you CDS nuthuggers just ask anyone in Juarez and I bet you they will say the same thing. It's ok for you to believe the corridos but you have to understand the "hero" doesn't always win in the drug game.

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    11. Lmao what's funny is that la linea and the Carrillos abonded the aztecas remember there is going to be a limpia in Juarez and it's the aztecas getting cleaned out by la linea even look for the article it's here somewhere no one likes aztecas there worser than la linea and cds put together bunch of dope head tecatos.

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    12. Someone is mad because sinaloa gets more play than Juarez We all know who the big players and who generates the most cash and its not the aztecas but if you did your home work you would know that los carrillos and la linea abonded the aztecas.

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    13. Yup i heard la linea had problems with los atzecas cause they didnt work right but anyways is el jl still the leader of la linea??

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    14. It looks more like la linea and aztecas abandoned the Carrillo's.

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    15. Not mad at all. I live in the lap of luxury in Texas swimming in oil bro. But I don't fall for the hype that is spread by narco fantasy football fans. Regardless of what these fans "believe" CDS has been hit hard by the government and have lost terroritory to other cartels since Chapo's arrest. Let's call it what it is and stop living in the narco corrido fantasy world.

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    16. WARNING:
      --Barrio Azteca is mostly cd juarez' deportados doing the dirty deeds of El paso county prisoners, working for mexican federal and municipal chotas in cd juareeez.
      --Linieros are state police lambeculos trying to traffic for governor duarte and co.

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    17. Why you mad doe ? 5:54 am

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  7. Wow, they actually used the term "serial killer". Thats the first time ive seen that label put on one of these losers.. is this used in the original story, or something added here? Why dont they use that term more often.. also, why isnt there more stories about serial killers in mx? Seems like it would be a paradise for them.. not all of these killings are cartel executions.. i bet quite a few could be attributed to serial killers..

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    1. In Spanish they use the word multiasesino in the original proceso article, this is directly translated as serial killer. Otis

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    2. You should read the book the daughters of Juarez by Teresa Rodriguez. There have been quite a few serial killers in Juarez killing young women who work in the maquiladoras, the sweatshop factories on the border.

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    3. At the start, Latif Sharif was murdering women on the us, then he was deported to: mexico, to help him keep working for American corporations, he started killing in mexico, and when caught he paid to get women raped and murdered by cd juarez criminals...
      --soldiers, state and federal police on cd juarez with no woman to go to, saw how easy it was to get themselves a woman and throw her away, no fuzzy math, no courting, dining or wining, no dates, no marrying, no divorce or child support, no risk of the wife finding out...
      --only people with all the impunity in cd juarez, 90% of the time, police and soldiers...without a woman of their own nearby...

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    4. Serial killers do their deeds on their own, without an organization backing them up, they do honest work by themselves...
      --mass murderers commit genocide in an organized manner, backed up by an organization, usually government paid, in power, officially, indiscriminately, that covers up, for money or power or politics...
      --genocidal mass murderers, make serial killers puke, no artistry there!

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    5. I don't know if any of you know of a separate theory of why so many woman were being killed in Juarez in the years prior to the cartel war. I don't think even Otis has heard. I live in El Paso TX right across the border from cd Juarez were the killings took place. I read in an article (plus I think even a documentary or a glimpse of this was described in a film), that the great majority of the women being killed in Juarez were not only killed but were found mutilated. The kind of mutilation that was described was of a specific kind involving first of all the targeting of honest working women like those found in maquiladoras as well as school girls coming and going from those places, after which the deceased victims body was found missing body organs such as the heart, liver, even eyes etc... These women targeted were not prostitutes or nude dancers or anything of the sort. This lead to some investigators to attribute the killings of woman not to serial killers of even copy cat killers, but to a well organized group of people involved in illegal organ trafficking, for they (the traffickers), needed to be sure that the victim was first and foremost as clean as possible from stds that any of the other women I described could most likely carry. The reason I want to point this out is because first of all it was also said that a major organ transplant involving any one of these organs can run up to (no less), than one hundred thousand dollars even in Mexico. Which means that they cost to purchase an organ sold is in the tens of thousands of dollars itself. That of course is very good money in most any country you live! Having said this only a handful of doctors in Mexico are certified to perform organ transplants and even then about 80 or 90 percent of them are doctors from countries such as Italy, France Germany etc... YES foreign doctors living and working in Mexico. The remaining doctors are Mexican but either studied in those countries or the U.S.as well to be able to perform these kinds of operations. All of these doctors live and practice these surgeries in Guadalajara Mexico and cater to the wealthy from around the world, not just Mexicans! Yet nobody has ever really had the guts to accuse these docs of any malpractice or even encouraging the killing of innocent victims (women in the case of cd Juarez of course).

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    1. 2:42 In ten years, when the governing mexican narco-mierdocracia needs to cover up or make forget 43 more disappearances

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  9. Puro caseta la capital del valle de Juarez tambien mi tornillo no queremos a los pigs los archuleta y reyes ya no se aquerdan cuando el rikin escajeda matava gente inocente y ellos se creian muy chingones haora si lloran marranos en el valle d Juarez no queremos a los aztecas linieros tequatos rateros vamos caseta vamos todo el valle no dejen que entre estos marranos y archuletas ya no esten de llorones k asi sufrimos muchos la linea anda con la federal no se rajen pueblos del valle

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    1. De que hablas si estos marranos nuevos o como se hacen llamar ahora (cdvdj) acabaron con el Valle?

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    2. Akavaron con los aztecas con la heroina la gente del valle no quiere a los De la linea y punto as de ser de Guadalupe

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    3. Acosta de que? De que les estorbaba un tecatillo por aquí por alla ahora ni las mosca se acercan al Valle. Antes la gente de Juárez se iba a los balnearios, arenales, fiestas de los pueblos(yo iba a la de Praxedis) etc...había una derrama económica todos los finés de semana. Ahora dime que gano el Valle?

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    4. Y por cierto no soy de Guadalupe soy de Juarez.

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    5. La linea ya acavo con la gente nueva del valle. Saludos desde Altavista juaritos.

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  10. Can someone please explain to me why a country that outlawed capital punishment, has incredibly restricted firearms laws has the highest robbery and murder rate in the western hemisphere? 99% of which is commited with illegal firearms? Some gringos want a "Gun Free" USA. I am confused here...

    With mass undiscovered Fosas being uncovered every day what does that do to the murder rate stats. Some of my friends say about 10% of property crimes and assaults are reported. Same for pisos. What went wrong? Life down here used to be a lot better than this :(

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    1. Do you think is time for mexicans to be able to carry their own guns with permits?? it would be more even but... its mexico no laws, will it work or will it just contribute to the problem?...

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    2. I think capital punishment isn't even an issue. These people are kept so poor and hopeless by their government that it doesn't matter if there's capital punishment, people grasp at any opportunity to get out of poverty.

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    3. @4:25 The difference is:
      --on the US, the police gets paid 60 dollars an hour, not good enough for some..
      --in mexico, the police get maybe 100 dollars, A MONTH...
      --That has the mexican police in a perpetual state of mendicity, always trying to get money from anywhere or anybody to pay for their franchise, plaza, piso and fees that the mendacity of their superiors demand...
      --blame it all on the pyramid scheme of the "authority" principle of autocratism, well sponsored by the US and supported with impunity for their mexican mastiffs, that also demand "respect" for their corrupt murderous institutions, the rule of "law" and that you grow up, get over and forget your murdered and disappeared...

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    4. -7:53 AM
      -What city in the US pays cops $60.00 a hour?
      -Take your lithium for gods sake.

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    5. Many.

      Los Angeles officers ave pay is 115K per year which is 55.30 per hour,

      that is WITHOUT BENEFITS, add in benefits and it rises exponentially

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    6. -Maybe the chiefs an and supervisory personnel in big city departments get that kind of pay.
      -Your comment makes it sound like all police officers in the US make $60.00 an hour;
      -I really don't think a patrol officer in Des Moines, Iowa is making $60.00 an hour. Let alone an officer in Baraboo Wisconsin.
      -Keep up the exaggerations dude.

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    7. I doubt police being paid $60 /hr wherever USA can buy a nice house for $25,000. The cost of living doesn't begin to compare, why should the pay?

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  11. Oh just let him go. The laws are so screwed up there that he will get out on a technicality. Or escape. For anyone familiar with the leagal system in Mexico, how long must one wait for a trial and sentencing? All these capos captured and never a story on any trials. All I ever here is a fight not to be sent to the US and then nothing more. Has Trevino had a trial? What the heck. Send them to the US, they will get their decision very swiftly.

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  12. He didn't personally kill 200 people obviously, unless he has amazing aim to shoot someone from a thousand miles. He was hiding in a different state. He's just getting blamed for all the killings out there. Guess its true, bye bye Sinaloa

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  13. Why are all the CDS leaders in Chihuas getting arrested or killed? Pedro Salguiero alias El 14 plaza boss in Guachochi and died in a shoutout there. El Plancas, he got killed in Los Mochis,he had people in Batopilas and Guachochi. One of the Portillo brothers got smoked in Urique last week. El Papacho and his crew got arrested in El Valle. Toga and Menon got killed in Hermosillo last month, they were brothers that also worked in El Valle de Juarez. El Nan boss in Delicias was found dead last month as well. And most importantly Flacos Salgiueros brother Herberto was arrested in Culiacan. Now El Negro is caught, what's going on in Chihuahua, is La Linea really taking over? I've been hearing there're in Jimenez and Camargo killing Chapos left overs. Any facts and opinions feel free to comment.

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    1. Im not so sure I would look at La Linea for expansion into CDS territory, La Linea already have a crossing point in Juarez. The up and coming cartel is CJNG they have expanded hugely over the last two years. CJNG don't own a plaza crossing point on the border.
      So unless they are moving all their weight by boat, they must be paying piso per load to AFO/LL/CDS/LZ/CDG. That means they are earning less per kilo than the cartels that own a crossing point. If I was looking at a cartel about to launch an offensive to capture a crossing point, CJNG would definitely by my choice of suspect.
      La Linea took some big hits and I would think they would be consolidating rather than expanding.

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    2. Good posts dude

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    3. Actually la linea has expanded into Sonora.

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    4. You're basically suggesting that cjng could try to move on to take on la linea for control over juarez. Man that's laughable. The mighty Sinaloa cartel in it's best couldn't do the job, this clowns wouldn't last a month trying to "take over the plaza."

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    5. Come on now... Cjng moving to chihuas to take la plaza??? These guys are nothing but dead people where ever they go... They have nothing against ct niether los zetas y menos con los Carillos Fuentes\la linea...Not a nutgrabber but i dont want chihuahua turning into a war zone again just because "los matazetas" tried to take control

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    6. CDs financed people from Juarez, chihuahua or people that had been living a long time in juarez or chih to run the offensive against LA linea. Reenforcements where later brought from basically any ware by ether group to maintain the fight( mainly from Durango). Some people thought or think it was an invasion from Sinaloans to the big state in caravans trying to take over lol. All this people that were fighting against LA linea were people that new the ins and outs ,they understood exactly how the linea was structured hence why they had great success for most of the war "This where people tired of paying piso to LA linea"
      CDs financing this group (gn) that new exactly what to do to take out LA linea, financing federals and military as reenforcement couldn't take over, now how the fuck can this people (cjng) even dream of taking over the cdj border lol LA linea wasn't more powerful than CDs but I'll tell you Juarez is as deep as fuck.
      I just don't see how this group can even begin to strategize an offensive against LA linea.

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    7. @3.39 ,10.10, 7.45,
      Where exactly in my comment at 1.01 do I state that CJNG will try and take La Linea plaza of Juarez? I made a comment to say that CJNG will try and take at some point a plaza crossing, I didn't say which.

      I didn't infer anything other than CJNG are the up and coming cartel.

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    8. Well like I stated "you're basically suggesting"
      this article is about the Juarez situation, a coment like that can only be taken like if you're suggesting such thing. Cjng gas nothing to do with the Juarez situation!! By the way he was not shot in Chihuahua, him along with his brother and 2 other members of his cell where shot at in Sonora; this guy was the only survivor. Looks like their own people wanted to get rid of them.

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  14. Yeah el tapir was found dead in Chihuahua city last year and el 9 was was caught there as well he was a boss in la Sierra for gn I think. Cds is not completely done in chihuas they still got parral and delicias idk about Jimenez and camargo I think it's lineas idk but I never hear about the Chavez brothers in Parral being caught or anything in general are they even from parral or from la sierra? They fight other cds cells in la Sierra like in balleza, Guadalupe y calvo and in just that region I wonder who's stronger down in south chihuas Chavez or salgiuero. Last time I've heard Chavez were the top dogs down there but things change there could be new families working there. Any one from southern chihuas that can me info in the situation down there?

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    1. Great posts on the subject

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    2. Chavez's were gangsters born and raised in Parral. Started working as bodyguards for los Salguiero 2007 and they pushed la linea out of southern chihuas in 2008. They then started to take over the plaza of Parral, Santa, El Oro, Jimenez and all in between. Until in 2014 los salguieros snitchin to the marina, so the chavez's went to la sierra and are now takin the fight to them. Los salguiero and los chavez still have familly in Parral. So the fight is not over.

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    3. Who has the towns of Satevo, Valle De Zaragoza and Nonoava?

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  15. 200 kills? 200 kills? 200 kills? How many did El Pozolero have? This guy was better than American Sniper

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    1. El Pozolero never killed anyone, he just disposed of dead bodies

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  16. There was a shooting in villa ahumada yesterday... A group of sicarios (la linea) vs the police, its been reported that there were 5 dead and two of those were la linea leaders

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  17. El compayito confessed a thousand murders by himself and same number ordered, for la barbie/los Beltran leyva, or was it three hundred, or three thousand?
    BUT compayito was real military, I am sure lazca was no match...El H fighting la barbie got it all fucked up for everyone blo...

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  18. Ese Gordo tuerto me lo como pa lonche

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  19. It ain't over till the fat lady sings.

    Pura ____________________

    Desde Cuauhtemoc, Chihuahua!

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  20. Se chingaron al "Chalo" de la línea en Villahumada aver que repercusiones trae esto.

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