Tuesday, April 14, 2015

CJNG Inundates Guadalajara with narco banners

Lucio R. Borderland Beat- Posted by "Pepe", material from Guadalajara Follow andProceso

Early this morning members of CJNG hung dozens of narcomantas (banners) from pedestrian bridges and other points along the main highways and avenues leading into and out of the greater metropolitan Guadalajara area, with messages apologizing to the local citizens for the recent violent incidents in the state. (perhaps the apology is in other banners as it is not included in the one below)

The mantas state that their (CJNG) fight  is against the Caballeros Templarios (Knights Templar) cartel, the Los Zetas cartel, and abusive and corrupt authorities.

One of the banners read:
"With great respect to the citizenry, we are the CJNG. We want you to know that the problem is not with you, we are here to support you and support local businesses from the criminals and kidnappers, like the Zetas, the Knights Templars and abusive and corrupt authorities. We will defend Jalisco and other states, as we're now doing, even if we have to shed the blood of our own people,"
Sincerely, CJNG.
The hanging of the narcomantas immediately activated a security operation in the city's central area. Security agents began the immediate removal of the banners.


Among other places, CJNG banners were found along Avenida Revolución and Calle 40, at the intersection of Vallarta and Avenida Patria, in the Plaza de la Bandera, at Avenida Colón and Fresno heading toward colonia Miravalle, and at the intersection of Washington and Colón.

Other messages were located outside the urban area, in the direction of Tonala and at the entrance to the Guadalajara-La Barca highway.

The offices of the Local Police Commission and other government buildings state government buildings were guarded by the Fuerza Única (FU).

An increase in patrols by both the FU and federal authorities in different streets and avenues of the capital city was also implemented, including patrols in black patrol vehicles and even private vehicles, in which heavily armed police officials were seen.


These incidents occurred eight days after an attack on members of the FU in the town of San Sebastián del Oeste, where 15 policemen were killed and five others were seriously injured after an ambush at kilometer 55-56, heading toward Potrero de Abajo, and near the intersection with Soyatán.

26 comments:

  1. Sounds like cdjng is scared for there life

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    1. Is to early to especulate things. The question here is who are the good guys and who are the bad guys. Or what is really going on with all of that..

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  2. Pues si es verdad...tome control de zamora michoacan. Mas peor no puede estar...no importa que muevan el narcotrafico. Pero que no mas cuotas, y no niños.....la gente los apoya. Si ponen orden, pero agan algo...El gobierno Le vale madre Nuestra familias...nos abandonan, a los lobos, si peleamos, luego, luego el ejercito... aver si es verdad...cjng agan algo...los municipales, estan corumpidos.

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  3. I'm sorry I'm sorry we are scared of the federales marinas and militares be ready mencho and los cunis los van aser cagada and you think you can just kill police officers and genderamia and get away be ready porque ahora si les van a romper el culo.

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    1. they have done it before and nothing happens. If the marina makes a move el mencho they shut down the city for the third time. Its a old game

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  4. These were actually hung up by CDJNG unlike the fake ones we saw in TJ last week.

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  5. Well it seems they have gotten a hold of a printer. And maybe learned to use "spell check" en español. Oh, and they're "for the people". Big plus for this group!! My hat off to them, Good day Sirs, Good day!!!

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  6. Absolutly ridiculous these Cartel now a days are idiots hanging these banners. Especially with a sympathitic message..who are these clowns fooling? Cartel forefathers must be turning in there graves.

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  7. CJNG are going to feel the heat.Is it not amazing how quickly the tide has turned in terms of publicity?Not long ago they were seen as trying to stay low key,now the whole world has heard about them,all since that strange ambush?

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  8. If you want to know how it's all going to end in Mexico then brush up on your Mao and pre-revolutionary China (from about 1840 to 1950).

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    1. 7:37am
      It's not even going to remotely resemble anything like China ended up, not at all.

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    2. The red guards had to recover Mao's china for him, and they delivered!

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  9. Pinches Zetas and CT be using cardboard for their mantas, CJNG using 1500 thread count Egyptian cotton sheets. Their the best!

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    1. El mil mascaras uses his calzones and his mamma's para sus mantas, y no presume...

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  10. How do we know the fkn cops who got smoker werent kidnapping or part of organzied crime, dirty fks deserved to die!!

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  11. Hey look a decent manta translation! Lol. Now, about that Ivan Acavar guy yall talked about... HAHAHAHA

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    1. Which is worse CJNG or CDS ???

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    2. PAN AND PRI AND PVEM ARE THE WORST.
      Politicians enable the criminals and order the police to stay away...as long as they produce $$$, when more promising prospects appear, they shift, put former.allies under srrest, and steal their ahorritos, casi todos los centavos y los leones...

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  13. probably dint understand it, cjng is challenging the law..

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  14. Seems like these guys dont forgive anyone. They claim z and ct are still their enemies. I remember reading some time back that ct wanted a truce with these guys and cjng simply refused. Its about time that there is a cartel that does not accept any peace treaties. Not like cds or cdg that try to make a truce after going to war with each other. Other cartels should take an example from this one. Bet ct wished they never messed with cjng but now its too late.

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