Sunday, May 10, 2015

It smells like war in Jalisco.

Posted by DD republished from Mexico Daily News

Armored vehicle on patrol in Jalisco with capacity to carry 12 soldiers photo; Milenio/ignacio reyes
The troops have been deployed to Jalisco in the strongest show of military might ever seen in Mexico, according to a report today by Milenio.

One week after a criminal gang, believed to be the Jalisco Nueva Generación cartel, shot down a Mexican Air Force Cougar helicopter killing six soldiers, the Armed Forces are on the move.

From San José de Avila to Villa Purificación, the municipality where the attack on the helicopter took place, on the highways and on the approaches to towns in the region, usually under the control of the cartels, is an impressive display of military machinery.

French-made Panhard armoured vehicles carrying 12 soldiers are on patrol. Their 50-caliber guns will fire 1,000 rounds a minute.

But how strong is the vehicle’s armor, a soldier is asked. Strong enough to withstand the shot that took down the helicopter last Friday?


The soldier smiles and says, with typical military frugality, “Yes.”

Residents look at the show of force with astonishment, but they’re not displeased. In fact, they’re glad to see it, although none will appear in front of a camera to say so.

“The truth is, we feel calmer seeing the soldiers everywhere with those huge tanks,” says the woman at an Oxxo store.

“It’s like a movie,” says a woman to her husband while soldiers look over their truck at a checkpoint.

But the scene — armored vehicles, soldiers with bazookas on their shoulders and rocket-powered grenade launches ready to fire — is real enough.

It smells like war in Jalisco.
The troops have been deployed to Jalisco in the strongest show of military might ever seen in Mexico, according to a report today by Milenio. - See more at: http://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/the-military-is-out-in-full-force-in-jalisco/?utm_source=Mexico+News+Daily&utm_campaign=3757b91d41-May+9&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_f1536a3787-3757b91d41-349444589#sthash.Rrc7yW2K.dpuf
The troops have been deployed to Jalisco in the strongest show of military might ever seen in Mexico, according to a report today by Milenio.
One week after a criminal gang, believed to be the Jalisco Nueva Generación cartel, shot down a Mexican Air Force Cougar helicopter killing six soldiers, the Armed Forces are on the move.
From San José de Avila to Villa Purificación, the municipality where the attack on the helicopter took place, on the highways and on the approaches to towns in the region, usually under the control of the cartels, is an impressive display of military machinery.
French-made Panhard armoured vehicles carrying 12 soldiers are on patrol. Their 50-caliber guns will fire 1,000 rounds a minute.
But how strong is the vehicle’s armor, a soldier is asked. Strong enough to withstand the shot that took down the helicopter last Friday?
The soldier smiles and says, with typical military frugality, “Yes.”
Residents look at the show of force with astonishment, but they’re not displeased. In fact, they’re glad to see it, although none will appear in front of a camera to say so.
- See more at: http://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/the-military-is-out-in-full-force-in-jalisco/?utm_source=Mexico+News+Daily&utm_campaign=3757b91d41-May+9&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_f1536a3787-3757b91d41-349444589#sthash.Rrc7yW2K.dpuf
The troops have been deployed to Jalisco in the strongest show of military might ever seen in Mexico, according to a report today by Milenio.
One week after a criminal gang, believed to be the Jalisco Nueva Generación cartel, shot down a Mexican Air Force Cougar helicopter killing six soldiers, the Armed Forces are on the move.
From San José de Avila to Villa Purificación, the municipality where the attack on the helicopter took place, on the highways and on the approaches to towns in the region, usually under the control of the cartels, is an impressive display of military machinery.
French-made Panhard armoured vehicles carrying 12 soldiers are on patrol. Their 50-caliber guns will fire 1,000 rounds a minute.
But how strong is the vehicle’s armor, a soldier is asked. Strong enough to withstand the shot that took down the helicopter last Friday?
The soldier smiles and says, with typical military frugality, “Yes.”
Residents look at the show of force with astonishment, but they’re not displeased. In fact, they’re glad to see it, although none will appear in front of a camera to say so.
- See more at: http://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/the-military-is-out-in-full-force-in-jalisco/?utm_source=Mexico+News+Daily&utm_campaign=3757b91d41-May+9&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_f1536a3787-3757b91d41-349444589#sthash.Rrc7yW2K.dpuf

76 comments:

  1. Nothing chemicle warfare wont solve.

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    1. 11:11am
      That would create more far reaching problems, rash and naive "solution".

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  2. I see improvised explosive devices on the side of the road similar to the ones that blew up hummers in Taliband lands occuring. Tanks arent very fast just so you know.

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    1. Te doy un like a tu comentario

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  3. Mencho is scared

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  4. In the words of referee Mill Lane n Michael Buffer: LETS GET IT ON! n LETS GET READY TO RUMBLE!!!

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    1. Dude shut up, lol! So corny!

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  5. For cjng all they need to do is place IED's on stragetic roads and ambushes with everything they got heavy casualties on government soldiers will lower there moral
    Look wat the taliban did to the u.s forces IED's was the #1 casualties to the u.s soldiers.. use guerrilla warfare and diversion will do the job

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    1. Are you fucking retarded ??? You talking about Middle East this is Jalisco one of the most populated states in Mexico you know how many innocent people it's gonna die? Stop playing so much video games you mom might drive thru one IED one day

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    2. I agree..... im for the narcos on this one.. or anyone else fighting any gov! !

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    3. U sound like a terrorist advisor.cool.

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    4. Dude they know that the question is if they have them or not

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    5. @1:11 yea civilains deaths thats the cost the government will have to pay to take down mencho lets see how much life the government is willing to sacrifice

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    6. Too much call of duty bro lol!

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    7. It's like IUDs will not explode on this "different" country of jalisco...
      On the times of Maximiliano de Habsburgo, he went from era cruz to el DF, guanajuato, to jalisco, the french of today are.following the same path on their quest for a pound of flesh, again, to save their rotten economy, after getting 3 billion dollars from the saudis to supply the Lebanese with weapons that I suspect were the ones ISIS uses to conquer the oil producing nations of the Arabian lands...
      --Now mexico is using more french tech to stick it to the people, to earn it's keep...
      After all is said and done, mexico will get more rich satraps that belong on the international sphere of the billionaire in exchange for more mexicans kept on the 5th class of the 3rd world's poor, struggling for a neo-liberal education that nobody needs anymore, now a victim of PIIGS producing economies...
      --we the people are not looking for any of this, it is all government neo-nazi criminals, following other more worldly neo-nazis...

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    8. Taliban was Afghanistan and IEDS where not used there till recently. Most of the fighting in Afghanistan is done in the mountains where soldiers are humpinh it not convoying

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    9. Call me crazy but isn't a IUD a birth control device? I don't think they were made to blow people up. Just saying.

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    10. @12:`10. i saw that IUD error when I was moderating, but decided not post a comment about just to avoid embarrassing .the guy/girl. I am surprised, but pleased that everyone did not jump all over him.

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    11. Sorry DD I couldn't help myself. I tried so hard not to point it out but the OCD in me took charge. No disrespect intended May 10, @6:45pm.

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    12. I don't think 90% of the these readers knew there was a difference in IUD and IED dd. I hope I am wrong but with some of the comments I read on BB I am convinced this new generation don't know the difference.

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  6. Andele pendejo no que muy bravo ya fue de lloron con el padre de todos el mayo hahaha mis soldados maten a esa basura del mencho no lo dejen vivo

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  7. It smells like war in Mexico since 2006ish ... and money talks - impoverished uneducated walks

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    1. Everybody is born uneducated.
      --Many are educated and this is the result of their "education", war and more war, none of it brought about by the "uneducated" who put the carcasses of their own...
      --"Is the CIA Behind Mexico's Bloody Drug War?" By Mike Whitney/truth 11 may give some answers...
      @1:45 I love the cynical opinions of some, after all the denials from all fronts...

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    2. 6:54 pm its disgusting to see Mexicans and to an extant Mexican Americans glorify narco culture .. no remorse no guilty conciouns

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    3. @6:54PM
      Second paragraph, non sequitur.
      -Junius

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  8. Jaliscienses will turn him in. They don't want Guadalajara to become another Baghdad, especially during soccer playoffs.

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    1. Nothing is up to them or to him, not until the Vulture Investor Capitalistas get their fill.
      The mexican army will try their best to earn their keep...

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  9. CJNG High Command Special Forces are ready for the Mexican Army or the US Navy Seals
    Puro Mencho El Senor De Los Gallos

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    1. Lmao I hope your being sarcastic

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    2. Dude no one cartel or group in this hemisphere is ready for the Navy Seals. The Mexican Marina are some bad ass mofos in their own right. If the shit hits the fan bet the Marina will show up with their nuts hanging. The Army on the other hand will depend on the actual troops and their recon. Some of these Army units will tip off the cartels and allow their military brothers to be ambushed ie. Copter crash.

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    3. They are toast. He might have had a good little victory with the chopper they took down, but if you think these guys can take on the military, then you are foolish. They issued their own death sentence already, it's only a matter of time.

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    4. Cartels fear the Marines, they are the only ones that are not corrupted. In Durango when the federales or army were around you would still see the big trucks nice cars and al l that fhashy shit cartel member do but when the Marines were around you wouldnt seen one of them around.

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    5. what us navy seals Obama kill them all dint you know they all die mysteriously In plane crash accidents etc gogle it USA IS AFRAID OF ISIS WHY DO YOU THINK AMERICAN DONT SEND TROOPS BISIDES IS BROKEN with 600 trillions debts Usa open the gates of hell now is a nightmare all over the world Allah have mercy of all of Us.

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    6. 2:24 si tanto lo apoyas porqe no vas y lo gritas en un blvd de guadalajara seria mejor no? qe estar escondido atras de un monitor , qisas asta te de una despensa o una plasmaa .gracias

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    7. 10:18pm: I know we're talking bout mexico but gosh I wish the people in Baltimore and Ferguson would think like that, as far as,if We keep it up all it will cause is the military to be posted on our streets here in the States

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    8. 11:46am you must be Millie's lil manic brother who needs attention. Check this out....Obama will not send a substantial amount of troops to Iraq because we promised to hand over all control of the government to the Iraqis by 2012. That's the promise that Bush gave and so did Obama. The promise was kept point blank but them damn chicken shit Iraqi soldiers who are scared of their own shadows can't carry the load. So guess what? A US led coalition has to launch missiles an drop bombs to help out. Every time someone brings up ISIS and how scared the US is of ISIS is getting old. ISIS doesn't have anything to do with the forum so STFU about it.

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  10. Yall some hoes talking about IED'S.
    Giving away our secrets.

    Kind Regards,
    Menchito

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  11. MAYBE JUST MAYBE THE SOLDIERS ARE GOING TO KICK

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  12. Alegres cantan los gallos, abajo del naranjo un pueblo de Michoacan, salio joven el muchacho, ahora controla la plaza de Jalisco tiene el mando...

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    1. Doesn't make sense bro

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    2. En Jalisco no caben Michocacas!

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  13. As long as people take hd videos and put them online for us to watch in the comfort of our homes. God bless America , best country earth.

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    1. dont worry if you dont get hd vid coverage you can step out your front door and make contact with ope ration j ade h elm 1 5 .

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    2. really? spacing out jade like that? let me guess why you did that... because you dont want to be put on some sort of watch list by the government because you talked about them... take off you foil hat bud..oh no, i signed in with my real name!!! theyre gonna come for me!! noooo!!

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    3. that's what you think soon you will be surprised why do you think they close Wal-Mart all over texas and cali

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    4. Uh, no. The army and marines have been doing these kind of operations since the 50s.. explain how this one is any different? Its not. Calm down. The government is not trying to kidnap or kill you. Your type is laughable.

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  14. Thats why sinaloa will always be on top
    No need to attract attention bad for buissness

    Most likely mencho will be caught by by this year

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    1. No need to attract attention lol! When there's thousands of corridos that say specific locations and towns where Sinaloa does business including the plaza bosses names and last names and even the sicarios apodos

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    2. Sinaloa esta echo mierda wey no mas k la jente de nesecita wevos para enfrentar a los mayos los putos chapos beltranes zetas k ya an desplasado a mucha jente ya asta viven en basureros asi k tu chinaloa no esta muy bien

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    3. Lol and ? Sinaloa is still here and it will always be the birthplace in Mexico with biggest drug traffickers la cuna del narco.

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  15. RPGs will stop tanks, depending how heavy the armor. These don't look like they are all that armored. RPGs took out US tanks in VN, but the worst were USMC amtracs with gas tanks on the bottom, which became instant ovens trapping their passengers when the ran over land mines.

    It has been published in the Mexican press that CJNG killed three people in Tlaquepaque for being thieves, left their bodies on the street with a message.

    @11:13 AM: Modern tanks can go 70 mph or so. Armored cars are actually faster. These have wheels, not tread, so they will be faster. They look like the armored vehicles the US police departments are using.

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    1. ... They Have Claymores And I Think 2 RPG's Would Probably Do Some Damage, Let Alone Catching The Military Outside Their Vehicle Resting ... Sad Times In Mexico Now, Let's Hope For Positive Outcome ... Happy Mother's Day To All You Mom's And Especially You >>> Chivis ...

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    2. Thank you! I had an excellent day with the family :)

      Paz

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  16. Mother's Day (May 10) in Mexico is huge for commerce especially how it fell on a Sunday this year which is why we didn't see a new operation this weekend

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  17. IED are made from stolen or abandoned explosives in a war zone. Something that thank god is in extremely short supply down here.

    I "witnessed" from maybe a 5km distance in Michoacan a bad battle. It was at night. Flashes of light followed by thumps of pressure that hammered the chest. Crackles of weapons fire. It was scary as hell. This is my country not some fucking arabe sand dune. Take your empty macho bullshit and FUERA!

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    1. It's scarier when they're aiming at you. Confusing as hell, too. No one knows what happened until the smoke clears (there is plenty of smoke from flares, especially the ones off Navy ships whose canisters falling to earth sound like trash cans whistling as they tumble to earth, if you can imagine such a thing). No, you don't want a war here.

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    2. Nice post bro. Vivid insight. Saludos

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    3. Nobody wants a war anywhere, it is usually those who think they can squish the cucarachas with their smarts and smart bombs, heavy artillery and well paid sicarios and mercenarise for benefit of privatizing war making private corporations.
      --After politicians agree to share duties, "blackwater would not be far away" looking for juicy contracts, in dollars from the US, mexico would not have the dollars...

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  18. A standing army, coming to a town near you. Place is crazy.

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  19. mencho aint a terrorist,he was trying to get away and he accomplished it! stupid how they used terrorist on these guys!!

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  20. Dear Mencho.

    You are a smart guy. So think about this. A war with the Feds in Jalisco will eventually hurt everyone. I am a businessman here. My company employs 190 hard working software engineers. Some of them have friends and relatives in CJNG. All their jobs are at risk if global clients stop sending work to Jalisco because of your violence. Worse, when roads are blocked United Airlines and US Air and other US carriers can suspend flights to GDL further hurting the economy. The US press will make it sound like Afganistan down here and the economy will slow down to a point where your honest friends and family will lose legal jobs.

    Armored military vehicles on the streets of GDL is enough to make business people look for another city or country to invest their time and money to create more honest jobs.

    Bottom line - If you turn this place into another Michoacan everyone loses including CJNG.

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    1. U just signed ur death certificate Mr. Hahahaha

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  21. Just an excuse to militarize the country and subvert civil society even more. What happened when they entered Juarez? Tijuana? Tamaulipas? Michoacan? More peace? How did that work out for us?

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  22. "Their 50-caliber guns will fire 1,000 rounds a minute." Yea, as long as they don't run out.
    " For cjng all they need to do is place IED's on stragetic roads" Yea, but will helicopters run over them? Didn't thinks so. Let's face reality, cartels and terrorists are dying as fast as they are joining. Great for world population control.

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    1. Thats y u have the RPG's and SAW's
      Dumbass mencho.got.money.he.can.go.buy hes own chopper and.equip.it.with a 50cal machine gun problem.solved

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    2. Si tiene!tanto dinero por que no le dices que t compre 2 uno pa miguelito y pa tijuas

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    3. Si tanto dinero y poder tiene por que no compro el gobierno.. Mejor dicho oor que le retiraron el apoyo??. Jajaja ahora siente la verga y no haya qie haser. Esta marcado por vida todos les temen alos marinos siempre se esconden. Claro que hay cieres con ellos pero es raro.. Asi que ni mames contra el gobierno nadie puede te lo dice un cds hueso colorado.. Nadie nadie puede y el solito setencio su muerte....

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  23. Its the fuckin goverment they did it in guerrero with the studenta they did it in michoacan with tne killing in apatzingan and now they are doing it in jalisco

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  24. According to a narco blog the federal gov is going full force against cjng they just sent 10 000 soldiers , 300 heavy gun fire armor automotors and on top of that they also replace all of the federal police on the state and they will be working on replacing all the " bad aples " from the state and local police forces the government is serious about it

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  25. The data on the gun the panhard carries is incorrect. Its a browning M2 .50 cal which cycles on a good day at 550 rounds per minute. Most are set to about 450 for reliability reasons. Even 7.62 heavy machine guns don't cycle at 1000 rpm, the slicker actioned 7.62 like the FN run at around 700. The German MG42 will fire at over 1000 rpm. But at that rate you have to change out barrels every 500 or so rounds or the barrel will get too hot for sustained fire.

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  26. I think mexico marines should take over jalisco security's they far less corrupted than the army and the federales

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  27. And here I was thinking of moving to Patzcuaro or Uruapan from Chapala.
    Hmm, maybe Zacatecas? Nope, it's on a drug route. Ecuador?
    What a shame the US Prohibition #2 grew the cartels.
    Last time it grew the Mafia.
    History repeats itself. Govts aren't stupid.
    Ask yourself why it's happening again.

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  28. Saludos desde tecojoebrio. Pura!gente de la burraflaca y del cuervotuerto cjng

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  29. I think cjng is going down because cds betrayed them and paid mexican gov to destroyed them and well the mexican gov with the help of usa intelligence will do that task.

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    1. One thing for sure is they removed the protection he had.. I dont know if they betrayed him or not if cds has sonething to do with it..thats why he attacked goverment but no cartel can over power the goverment none can..

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  30. I don't get what's with the "call of duty" references. The cartel has access to just as much weaponry and ammunition as their own government. Not to mention the fact that they took down a helicopter with a RPG... just saying...

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