Monday, May 25, 2015

Cartel del Golfo narco - espionage network dismantled in Reynosa

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

[ Subject Matter: Narco Surveillance Network used to spy on the Army
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required]


Reporter: Proceso Redaction and Benjamin Flores
State Police of the Tamaulipas Force, dismantled in Reynosa, a system of narco espionage, of organized criminals that consisted of a circuit of cameras installed in this Town.

The Tamaulipas Group for Coordination informed in a communication that the network was installed at 52 points of high impact to carry the data from 39 cameras operating via the internet, with which they carried out surveillance of the actions of the State and Federal Forces of security, as well as the civilian population.

The dismantling took place Monday and Tuesday past by elements of the Tamaulipas Force, with support of the Military who provided security at the places where State Police retired the apparatus.

During the operation to retire the devices, members of a criminal group that operate in this frontier Town, on realizing the network was being dismantled, retreated and switched off 18 cameras on the network.


The majority of the cameras were installed on electricity and telephone poles belonging to the Federal Commission of Electricity (CFE), and Mexican Telephones.

The 52 points of narco espionage dismantled were located opposite installations of the Eighth Military Zone, Marina, PGR and Tamaulipas Force, like the Avenue Villa Dorada, Morelos Boulevard, Luis Donaldo Colosio Boulevard, Las Fuentes Boulevard, in commercial centres and fraccionamientos.



The video cameras have the capacity to transmit wired or wirelessly, and sent through the internet via telephone lines and or cable services. They have in addition, modems, video, encoded data to video cards, and electric cables.

In the Las Fuentes Colonia, in the Aztlan section, were found five points of "halcon", with each point being able to handle five incoming camera feeds. Officials indicated that the video system belongs to the Cartel del Golfo.

Original article in Spanish at Proceso
Additional picture from Milenio

47 comments:

  1. Gulfo goes High Tech. Smart guys next thing will be Dromes. Always one step of the law. I know people in The US complain about the Police, I believe they do a great job. In Mexico u do not know if the police is a bad guy r good guy

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    1. In mexico 90% the police are the bad guys, but they act under orders of 10% of them who are their commanders who are worse and the real devil.
      --That the narcs can have cameras and surveillance like that is proof that the police are incompetent, corrupt, expensive, exploited, and that the state steals all the money...

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  2. río o la subida tenga cuidado al cruzar alerta. todos los que cruzan deben pagar. no aceptamos pesos Thank you for your business, Obama

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  3. ganar un viaje gratis a Chicago, todos los gastos incluidos, Usted debe ser de Centroamérica, no se aplican mexicanas lo siento.

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  4. Los mexicanos por más tiempo ser que, entrar en los Estados Unidos. Obama sólo quieren menbers pandillas en buena estancia de Centroamérica. ¿Necesitas más pandillas en Chicago

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  5. They're called Cartels for a reason. Son CHINGONES para la malda.

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    1. A cartel is when various organizations work together.like Escobar and the Gavirias and Gacha and the Ochoas that is cartel.in Mexico there were cartels but now there's mostly drug gangs. The cds is the only organization that can be called a true cartel like the ones in the old days

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    2. Arellano Felix were the real entrepreneurs in the drug business. Suitcases of millions of dollars a week were sent to highly regarded politicians. The Arellanos made their own Cartel from ground up. They didn't care if they had government boost or not.

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    3. 9:29PM
      Your second to last sentence is false.

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  6. Who is better organized: the Mexican government or cartels ?

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    1. They're the same.

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    2. The mexican governing narco-mierdocracia exploits the narcs, they have much more power, they also enjoy the propaganda machine that demonize their employees, narcos and criminals of all sizes and arrests them once in a while...
      --The mexican governing narco-mierdocracia will even fabricate narcs out of poor students or political activists after they have been murdered and disappeared or both, AND will fabricate guilty parties in case somebody doubts or proves their "historical truths" are nothing but a pack of lies...

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  7. Official-Zetaz y Golfaz call a truce!! Arriba Osiel

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    1. I live here by the border and I haven't heard that bullshit

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    2. After they put the dead, their bosses kiss and make out? I told you...

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    3. @ 3:25. Yeah right. Have you ever looked up definition of CDG?
      http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=CDG

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    4. that's bullshit. the same crap about a z/cdg alliance also spread when cmte kelin got out of the pen. but it was just bdn spreading false info like always

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    5. 7:04 no, don't care to, either, but I know leaders just become leaders because they are the loudest monkeys, not the most competent...or educated
      --It is bad that we are being led by the brightest of the dimwits, but it is worse to be led by the historical winners of the every US pirric victory....

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  8. TORNADO LEAVES FLOOD AND DESTRUCTION IN ACUÑA COAHUILA

    tornado touched down in colonia alto de santa peresa and santa rosa about 5AM
    this is the area when you drive to the soriana and go left

    lightning storms last night.

    flooding in that area is from new construction water line split, not from rain, which is light.

    cell phones are jammed
    landlines are problematic
    electric out city wide

    best to use skype

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  9. Long live prohibition. Que bola de pendejos. Esto no va parar. Pinches gringos drogadictos. Entre mas tienen, mas se quieren mandar a la verga.

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    1. Whine whine whine boo hoo blame the US,Europe,China,Canada,but don't take responsibility yourself,just whine and whinge,or,go back asleep

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    2. 11.31
      ''pinche gringo drogadictos''
      Fuckin gringo drug addicts?
      Don't you think that's a bit of an insulting thing to say on an English speaking blog?Where the fuck did your snide arse crawl from?Always with the whingeing and cryin like little girls'its all the gringos fault!you people never learn?The shit that comes out of you peoples mouths,try BDN lame arse,instead of trolling BB..

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    3. Truth hurts?

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    4. 2:26PM
      The person you responded to wasn't whining.

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    5. I live in Mexico and I see about the same percentage or more users than in the USA. Time to quit passing the blame when drugs are being used everywhere. Many people have an excuse and many blame their problems on something else. Time for people to take the bull by the horns and take care of the problems here, The USA has their own demons, and they are not responsible for the problems in Mexico. It is like the Blacks in the USA that still blame their problems on slavery. After awhile it gets old.

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    6. You just need someone to blame besides yourself. You are an uneducated idiot. It is not about drugs, it is about poverty. Poverty will prevail as long as your scumbag government continues to steal all the money. Take away drug sales and you bastards will just kidnap each other.

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    7. Not all blacks blame their issues on slavery just like not all Mexicans blame their problems on the drug trafficking violence. It's a small very small percentage that do. That wasn't a very good analogy 2:19pm.

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    8. 2:19pm

      Whatever your skewed personal experiences in Mex are the fact remains that the USA is the #1 consumer of drugs both illegal and legal.

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  10. Do you even know why prohibition was established in America?

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    1. The answer is quite complex if you really want truthful answer. Wikipedia probably want tell the truth if you look it up. I think it's a combination of the bible thumpers and the US goberment (and yes I said goberment) wanting more tax dollars from the selling of alcohol. That's my opinion.

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  11. Yeah this is old news they dismantled the surveillance system and they took down their communications towers also.and allegedly a female sicarias was captured and burned alive in Rio bravo

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  12. CDG / ZETAZ
    Word on the streets is a truce.
    All Matanoros Raynosa and Tamas Sur has a ceasefire with the Zetas !!!!!!
    BB Break this story!!!!

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    1. Who Will Be in Charge

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    2. Sure makes sense. Than they can rob. kill, and kidnap civilian together

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    3. Hey cartel need to cross some How Much

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  13. cdg are dumb, are they done fighting each other yet? after zetas went independent, cdg got disorganized real spit

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  14. Do you think Osiel can read or know about this?

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  15. Truce....... mmmmmh lets see.

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  16. Web cams replace juvie halcones. Next generation will be hidden mini cams that are on a closed network instead of being online. Harder to install and monitor but harder for LE to find.

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  17. Chivis, why have you not posted the videos where supposedly the FBI was meeting with high ranking members of the Sinaloa cartel?

    Chito

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    1. please send a copy or link...thank you

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  18. I would like your email so I can send you stuff directly in the future :). Here is the link

    http://www.sinembargo.mx/21-05-2015/1352238

    Thank you
    Chito

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    1. chivis.martinez@hushmail.com
      thanks you!

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  19. This guys golfas and zetas aint cartels no more they are gangs they have always been that just look at z42 crying like a baby what can you expect from people from tamaulipuercos they all mataamarrados and they brave in their narco rap like z40 lol

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  20. The United States better start looking for these surveillance networks too. I don't think these guys care which side of the line they are on. They think they own it all.

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