Monday, April 27, 2015

Tijuana: 4 sicarios of 'Aquiles' captured

4 Assassins of 'Aquiles' detained

Authorities with a strategic safety task force in Tijuana, were conducting patrols and survelliance of side streets in colonias, and arrested four men, belonging to a cell under the command of Aquiles, Alfredo Azarte Arteaga.  Aquiles is considered the most prominent trafficker in Tijuana, under Ismael Zamabda.

 Rumors abound, as always, that he and his brother Rene Azarte Garcia, 'La Rana', have 'switched' from Zambada, and are currently operating independently.  La Rana and Aquiles are said to be fighting for control of Zona Norte, allegedly responsible for the murder of Luis Manuel Toscano, 'El Mono', gunned down at a taco stand in La Mesa, earlier this month. 

The task force observed four men fighting in the street, amongst each other.  After their arrest they explained they were fighting over drug sales and their drug operation, and also admitted to several murders, recently.  They were arrested in possession of weapons in various calibers, and drugs, in quantities and packaging that indicated they were being sold at a retail level. 

Arrested were, Gilberto Garcia Hernandez, 42, 'El Clown', Carlos Alberto Espino Servin, 33 'El Chiuqlin', Duarte Juan Carlos Verdugo, 20 'The Assassain', Jose Luis Castillo, 'El Pepe' age 23.  These men will be detained for awhile, or maybe post bail immediately, and be back on the street.  What I find more interesting, is the backgrounds on each of these men.  Like a 20 year old, nicknamed 'The Assassin'. Do they have families? Many do.  How do they spend their time?  These are the faces of the violence and crime at a street level.

As you move up the ladder, the clothes are designer, the shoes expensive, the local more exotic.  That will never happen for most of these faces, that cycle in and out of the news stories.  These are the fourth tier positions, the bottom/entry level.  You want in?  Move some crystal.  Settle some scores.  Control some tientidas.  You get paid in product, you probably use the product.  Spend most days and night involved in the politics of the retail drug trade, which fuels the violence in the city.  Life is as cheap as the crystal you smoke.   


Sources: AFN Tijuana


70 comments:

  1. Why would those men immediately tell the cops that they were fighting over drug sales and murders?

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    1. In foreign countries confessions are beat out of you. Or electrocutions to the lower abdominal area persuades you to speak. El Soldado Perdido

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    2. These sound like they didn't last long one food shock and they sang away

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    3. You are correct sir or mam
      The only thing is don't do this shit
      And you won't run the risk

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    4. I remember my uncle was a judicial in the 80s 90s in TJ and remember him telling stories at get togethers about them torturing innocent people into confessions electrocuting them. No one confesses to murders with out this practice in Mexico.

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    5. In Mexico we call this a callientada. Burning as wopen to get what they want to know.


      El Conejo loco.

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    6. Acalambrada word use to describe any part of the body that is sprained.it is use as sarcasm narcos love intimidating by using chosing softer words that sound less of a impact but everybody knows the softer a word sounds the harder the blow!!

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  2. Drug addict bottom feeders. What a shame what Tijuana has become. Back in the 90s, original CAF was more about class and self discipline.Hitmen were never this dirty.

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    1. I kien te dijo ke son del cafe?? Un saludo a la plebada ke sabe hacer bien las cosas..

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    2. Correctomondo my friend

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    3. They are aquiles people not car they conduct themselves in a different manner

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    4. They conduct themselves different lol they are all scum trash. stop acting like a high achool cheer leader slut

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    5. He never said they where caf he/she said when caf was around that wasn't allowed there was more class

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    6. All killers are dirty worthless pieces of shit. Real scum until the gun is pointing at them then they are crybaby shitbags.

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    7. La gente del cafe tiene disciplina y mucho estilo para hacer y deshacer. Te puedo asegurar ke los jrs ke andan orita en el ruedo se la llevan con un porte muy diferente a los demas. Tranquilo y sencillos fue la orden. Por eso les da trabajo ubicarlos por la ciudad. Ablo de la mayoria de la clika. Menos ruido mas accion.

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    8. What's classy about being a drug lord or dealer they bring nothing but pain and heartache.

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    9. Mucho lambiskadero del cafe pa dos celulitas que quedan aver cual es la rason de andar despersividos el que manda Tijuana no tiene ke andar asi solo Los que no pagan andan con la cabesita agachadita diciendo squeeze me perdon ay les boy .estos son unos cobijeros de la linea tambien Los envestigan a esos Morros porke no saben de donde sakan Tanta cobija y cuales Gatos son Los pesados del cafe Ni se oye nada Claro que Las cosas an cambiado ya no es cafe Tijuana es unido y el que no le entre le Dan Pinole ordenes de Arriba el gobierna esta apalabrado tambien ahora tanto corrido que oyen les ase mal. Dee

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    10. Pal @10:58. Oviamente preguntas porke no sabes lo ke ablas.. aste un favor y no digas nada para evitar ke te mires pendejo.. el ke sabe no pregunta apa.

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  3. If these guys are making a living on the streets of Tijuana being local drug dealers who's responsible for the multi ton drug shipments found in warehouses in San Diego? MZ or JGL obviously not AFO

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  4. We have people on here who say 'the bosses sit back out of danger'Many bosses started at this level and worked up,Lazca,40,El Loco,Chapo,CDG cmdtes M3,M4,R1,etc,many started as sellers,halconez,sicario,its stupid to say bosses do nothing,most have earned position the hard way...

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    1. To be a boss you have to kill or snitch on all the top bosses so you can be aboss. Basically, back stab your friends like chapo , 40, and all those mensos

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    2. Excellent analysis in the article. For sure, sweat equity brings respect, connections and power. But the jefe maximos of yesteryear kept their nose out of the bag much more than we see today. Couple that with the gratuitous and shameful violence, the shot callers tomorrow will be the money folks. Drugs will become more of a commodity with the little people at the retail level being so disposable. It is true, that they allow their lives to be defined by the drugs they abuse. K. O.

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    3. Nah, some were the children of bosses, they didn't work their way anywhere. It was inherited. El Ingeniero stood on some corner yelling "red tops" ? Original Zetas left their military posts to be look outs? Get real.

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    4. @6:21 tell me how chapo back stab his friends to become boss? if I ain't mistaking chapo became boss of his own organization when azul along with miguel caro and neto decided to break up the guadalajara cartel. he was given the sonora plaza as his route.

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    5. Arturo beltran was chapos right hand man he was running the operations for cds while chapo was in prison until he escaped thats when barbas decided to part ways. With cds and so started the cds vs blo because you know how it is one minute friends the next minute we are enemies

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    6. @4:13AM
      Chapo has always been a backs staber and just because you're unaware of it doesn't mean it ain't so. One, out of the many, of his machinations was to have the brother of the Juarez boss killed and start a war all because he felt he didn't need to continue following agreements. Criminals at that level will slit your throat and stab you in the back at the drop of a hat if they feel they could get away with it.

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    7. @ 5:36 where are they now? dead or in prison

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    8. Why not just "earn your position the hard way" by going to school, networking and becoming CEO of whatever corp.? I am not impressed
      by their hard work moving up the corporate ladder.

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    9. How do you go to school if the teacher's union bosses steal the education budget?
      La chuky, bertie boy moreira, Carlos jonguitud barrios and all the others, just robbing the secretaria de educacion...
      --La chuky is not getting back the money she put in US banks, or her million dollar houses...
      --the children that lost their chance at education will not get it back, but those that want to privatize the mexican education budget, in their immense greed, forget it is in the billions, of PESOS...

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  5. What i wanna know agencia fronteriza de noticias is these fellas are all adults correct! Why in the world are there faces blurred out!? Since when did afn/xzeta blur suspect faces off? Los presentan hoy y manana salen. Por eso.

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    1. They asked to be blurred because they are crying

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  6. They look like random people, or illegal immigrants.
    Not killers.

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    1. Illegal immigrants? Wtf they are in mexico and they were born in mexico how foes that make them illegal?????

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    2. what do killers look like? they could be your friends, your relatives, your neighbors, a bank president....so @6:49 what do killers actually look like? I for one am trying to figure out what killers "look like."

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    3. They really do look as though they are illegal immigrants and been walking for miles,,,but they haven't ?

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    4. Think he said'they look'like illegals,not'they are'

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    5. And the Devil appeared to Eve as a beautiful angel.Looks can be deceiving my friend.

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  7. Shoot and execute these scumbag motherfuckers they never should have been arrested.

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    1. Shooting them would be too good, they need to be killed in a more inhumane fashion. I think execution by man killing Howler monkeys, who have been trained to use chainsaws, would be much more suitable, for these POS!!

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  8. What's up with the blurred faces? None are little kids anymore

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    1. Tijuana's politicians are enjoying Sinaloa's money, they favor these vermin

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    2. protecting animales "human rights".

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  9. Mexico be ballin...the whole country gonna get the mayweather vs Manny fight for free. Televisa and Azteca gonna carry it at no cost.

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    1. Hope Manny stretches the clown,if he can get near him?And watch out people,they actually have PPV police out and about to make some money off this overhyped joke...
      Mayweather should pay us to watch him fight..

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    2. They must have sense...$80 for that shit?Mexico has it right,give it away.

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    3. Mexico paid for it.probably a lot

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  10. Fuera de desmadre these guys instead of looking like sicarios of Aquiles they look like"polleros",serio pedo :)

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  11. Caught cuz they are idiots, fighting about there drug movida hahahaha

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  12. The six pixel face is what the face of violence looks like?

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  13. Are their faces blotched out because the post is originally from another source? If they are on a presentation to the media, can't their faces be seen? It seems some get blurred others don't. What is the reason for that?

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  14. Why do they handcuff them that way?...Middle two handcuffed in front, the side two behind the back..seen it several times..for artistic balance in the photo?dww

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    1. They didn't have enough water bottles to go around.

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    2. i think they do it so theyre handcuffed together..humiliation tactic

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  15. Sounds suspicious to me. Like another case where some low level criminals are caught with weapons and forced to confess to a bunch of crimes to clear the books of unsolved homicides. I don't believe it.

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  16. someone on the forum a while back said that rana & aquiles had separated from el mz but nobody listened or payed attention to him

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    1. They havent seperated there simply associated

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    2. Rana and aquiles don't work for mayo there simply associated getting there work from him if they don't want to work with mz they don't have too.

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    3. Totalmente wrong! @2:23 a&r reach out to m so m can supply a&r so they can sell it for him and send the $ back to m. And a&r use m's name to work. Dat= working for m.

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  17. they may not look like much, but in a dark alley holding an AK, they might as well be EPN for the power of life or death they hold over you

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    1. That's as real as you can say it..

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  18. Retail drug sales in Mexico? It cannot be!!!

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    1. Retail drug sales in mexico...
      --Is the result of paying in "species", no money is paid out to sicarios, they have to work for their pay, and then retail for their money, grameros de a peso.
      -- from the money they make they have to pay very high prices for their weapons, pay the police, the military, the politicians, for their plazas...and fight to the death against other narcos, and armchair warriors who make me puke, frankly...

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    2. Yeah you just showed the life is not worth it.Sounds like they are well over the 50% 'tax' bracket.

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  19. Akiles is a known traitir. No one respects him. Not even cds. He has nowhere to run.

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    1. He's gettin his shit off someone,the same as always,and it looks as though he can touch people.

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    2. Where is the proof he turned on CDS?

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  20. Why blur out their faces..
    :/ They young huh.

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  21. I truly feel empathy for all the innocent people that live in these areas. They are forced to endure the atrocious violence perpetrated by demonic people with absolutely no morality. "Blanco" Living on the east coast & having people that work for me that once lived in some of those areas. The stories they have told me about not only the financial hardships. Also, having to live in essentially a war zone. rved a TOD in IRAQ doing DA missions. Yet, I still do not understand how someone can be that violent & heartless to other humans. I suppose most are narcissistic sociopaths'.

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