Sunday, May 3, 2015

Violence maintains in Leon and Puerto Vallarta

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

[Subject Matter: CJNG
Recommendation: Read Lucio's articles on this weeks violence in Jalisco]
The Cabinet of Security reinforces Operation Jalisco with the deployment of a large number of armed elements to locate and capture specific targets of CJNG.



Miguel Angel Pertolas
Despite the intense patrolling derived from the application of "Code Red", this Saturday a family business in Puerto Vallarta was attacked by criminals who set fire to his cremeria, as well as two company trucks.

Similarly, the narco attacks continued early Saturday in Leon, where men used gasoline to set fire to Municipal Transit Police patrol vehicle and a gift shop. Yesterday, when questioned by these facts, the Ministerial Authorities declined to comment. That night, the local government issued a statement to clarify that there was a prisoner designated as responsible for the fires.

The attack on the cheesemongers of Puerto Vallarto occurred around five in the afternoon on Boulevard Francisco Media Cruz and Francisco Villa the tourist destination, immediately elements of the Single Force as well as Firefighters, moved towards the point to control the situation, but no injured were reported.



After the attack the Authorities launched an investigation to find those responsible, although detainees were not reported immediately.

Early on Saturday there was also reported the burning of  a particular vehicle in the Coli Uranus, around two in the morning at the height of calle Volcan del Ajusco, and it was immediately removed from the site.

In an interview prior to the events at Puerto Vallarta, the Attorney General, Luis Carlos Najera said that there were 19 detainees, eight are under investigation and 10 more are fully identified and designated as responsible and one was released after proving his innocence.

The Attorney General said that the patrols carried out by Security Forces had maintained calm in the state. But as a pre-emptive measure "Code Red" was still in force.

The Attorney General did not rule out another round of narco blockades, if the Operation Jalisco continues to give up leaders of the CJNG. "We have to be aware that every time we have wanted to detain a leader of this organization the same thing has happened. But if we follow up on the Operation it will return to giving results, he said at the end of a ceremony to pay tribute to a State Policeman who was killed in a firefight in the town of Autlan, on the South Coast of the State.

The 65th Batallion

Armed Forces and Federals will reinforce Operation Jalisco with the deployment of a major number of elite elements ( special operations forces ), of intelligence agents as well as troops, with the objective of locating and capturing specific targets of the CJNG, among them the alleged leader, Nemesio Oseguera, "El Mencho", said functionaries of the Cabinet of National Security.

They will be added to the force that is already in the conflict zone, who moved from San Luis Potosi, Guanajuanto and Queretaro Military after the attacks on Friday. Federal and Military forces continue to search for the three missing army soldiers.

The 65th Infantry Battalion, who are based in Coalcoman, Michoacán, were inaugurated on 24th February by President Enrique Pena Nieto, will have a fundamental role in these tasks, because it was created before the increase in intense criminal activity in the area.

POSTHUMOUS TRIBUTE

The Jalisco Prosecutor paid posthumous tribute to the police investigator Mario Alberto Jorge Olivares Castorena, who died Friday in a clash in the municipality of Autlan.

The homage involved colleagues, friends and relatives, who gave a minute's silence in his memory.
The honor guard was headed by Attorney Luis Carlos Nájera; the Commissioner of public safety, Alejandro Solorio Aréchiga; the Prosecutor for human rights, Lizzeth Hernández Navarro, as well as the central Prosecutor, Rafael Castellanos, among other officials.
Olivares Castorena was 32 years old and joined labor to the investigating police in 2010.

Original article in Spanish at Milenio

47 comments:

  1. Can someone just tell EPN to press the (self distruct NUKE) button that he has in table. That will end the whole countries problem :)

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    1. BLB are you serious you let these stupid effn comments to go thru? You guys suck a$$.

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    2. I very much agree with 7:09. Comments like that are a waist of space.

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    3. But its funny

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    4. Stop watching El Señor de Los Cielos too much. No 1 is gonna nuke anything.

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    5. 6:32 your Comment is funny and a bigger waste of space, we have our fun, you have yours, KEEP OUT!
      you are como la que se peyo en el baile, first you try the "goods", Eat the cake and la torta and then complain when the jungle fever is over...

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  2. I hear on the news EPN is not communicating intelligence with local and municipal authorities and very limited with state authorities as they do not want the criminals tipped off on the operations by these people. They have confirmed they will stay in the area until the cartel is destroyed. Yeah, right - where have we heard that before? Like with La Tuta? EPN better do something with these animals now that he has the chance and since they machine gunned down a helicopter.

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    1. The USA will take control
      It was along time coming
      The Mexican government could not control shit
      Now it's game on
      Sniperone

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    2. hahaha that's because epn cant handle it ;) NOW imagine the whole cartels united???? exactly.....

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    3. I think you are right Sniperone. I think you are absolutely right.

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  3. Mencho and main targets can burn as many vehicles as they want, they will be - as has happened with all the cartel leaders - caught or killed. I don't understand this guys, they know easy money doesn't last, they aren't stupid, Mexico is a land of opportunity, then why???

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    1. Mexico is a land of opportunity...
      --for the opportunists with foreign furnished weapons and kickbacks

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  4. Bring in Castillo to straighten it all out .Yeah right

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    1. yea, he can set up his circus tent and get the crystal ball back out.

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    2. Lmfao!! Thats a good one.

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    3. Castillo de kagada will bring his cuban sexotherapista along, again, with the help of his/hers la Santa Muerte...

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  5. I honestly think that this is all made on purpose by the goverment paying parimlitary groups to purposely heat up these places, idk why narcos would need to cause so much attention for,

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  6. According to this article "El Mencho" has not been apprehended. Two days ago the speculation that he was caught perpetuated the cause for the violence. Who are the 18 detainees and who are the other targets "Operation Jalisco" are focused on ?

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    1. The sinking of the "mayo helicopter" will be the "escuse" to come with everything, how opportune, ain't it?

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  7. They need a mexican FBI down there

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  8. Looks like mayo zambadas 65th batallions is going to work ..they (cjng) shouldn't gone to Tijuana big mistake

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    1. Cjng does not have any major/big influence in tj. They ask if they can open up a route thru tj/california. Permission was granted. With the only exception of leaving the ct already in tj as well passing thru Work in peace. Akiles and them brought them up in the narcomantas to bring heat on them.. envy my friend from the sinaloa side Its all it is.. any group can pass by somebody plaza just have to properly ask n pay whatever fee they charge to pass by. Dont do it loke the chapos n mayos where they just wanna kick down the door and pass without permission. Thats why things are bad throughout mex.

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    2. 6:44 AM are you religious?do you pay your 10% to go to heaven ? What makes you think these evil demons want to pay 40% to 50% nobody wants to give money for free specially when it's drug money ...tax Chapo and mayo and they'll take your plaza.
      El sol sale para todos

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    3. El sol es del pinche gobierno, la plaza tambien, todos pagan "haiga o no haiga" negocio, o se los carga la chingada...
      You don't know the economic principles of the mexican governing narco-mierdocracia, from a chilango from atracomulco point of view.

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  9. PV was super safe before. There were lots of narcos, but not little gang banger low life thugs like Guerrero. The place was so clean in that sense. Even in the hills, nobody bothered anyone. Things went on as normal in the colonias. There was some violence, but practically nothing and all restaurants, clubs, malls seemed safe and normal compared to the eerie feeling you get in Acapulco. We would drive all over the state, little towns, and nobody ever looked at us strange and we never felt that aura of danger........If all was running smooth, why would the government all of a sudden go after the powers that be? Does anyone have more insight on this?

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    1. Because the government IS the powers that be. Not the cartels. Those guys are done.

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  10. It will take time, but like all the other so-called super hero criminals everyone praised, "El Mencho" will be caught. Also they blockade thing will only work so many times. Though people will say it isn't, this is affecting their business. They are so focused on the Military and probably have their backs turned to other crime groups. Hell maybe the EPN will make a pact with another crime group to bring down this one. Anything is possible. The downing of that helicopter made national news. This group is on the radar way too much now internationally. Big mistake. Too late to be low key. Like all the rest, they too will be diminished and a new one will arise.

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  11. the government is going to catch him with help from soecial operations forces "NAVY SEALS" now that Mexico passed the new law that U.S Agents can go to mexico armed to the teeth. LET THE REAL ON CARTELS BEGIN! The U.S wants more of the drug money for the actual U.S and Mexican government. just watch all the known drug capos get a bullet in their ass like forest gump..

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    1. The law was never passed don't belive what's on the Internet mexico won't allow Americans to go in and kill there own people they rather kill them their selfs lmao

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    2. 8:12 They did pass it. Matter of fact, every time there. is a big bust it's because the U.S has a hand on it. they dress up like Mexican marina, but are special ops.belive it

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    3. THE americans r just biding time when its time to go in LOOK OUT CARTEL beautiful mexico will be back to normal




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  12. Send in the Furious 7 squad or Seal Team 6 to handle Mexicos problem

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  13. Sad that im going to pv this summer and knowing theres active violence

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  14. Mencho won't make it through the summer

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    1. We should start a betting pool 2 see who can jackpot on his numbered days. BB gets a percentage. And the rest 2 the winner. Its a win win all around.

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  15. ... I Think That The 3 Missing Army Soldiers Were Taken From The Crash Site By CJNG Members As Insurance For El Mencho Getting Away, Then The Soldiers Will Be Placed In Igloo Coolers With A Message Scribbled On Florescent Green Construction Paper From Walmart ... Maybe The Soldiers Never Boarded a The Helicopter?

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    1. funny about the Oxxo coolers and green poster board from walmart

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    2. Its none of the USA business leave us alone

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    3. To 5:26... We would but we don't want the USA to be like mexico. You know, people being chopped up into little pieces or naked bodies hanging from bridges. Mex government can't do it so US will have to take care of it for you. Your welcome

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  16. G057
    I have split the moderating and mostly do the evening. I don't know what you are talking about, but if you send in a respectable format I am sure it will be posted. not all comments have been posted even ones that typical are, we have been getting hundreds and no time to read all. of the ones we read 30% is trashed.

    we are getting stricter. for sure. but you usually present comments that are fine. as for the articles, send us links or info it helps. paz

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    1. It is amazing that people are so stupid that they cannot contribute any thing appropriate. You should not have to moderate. It is a waste of energy that could be used to better inform people.

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    2. Aristegui's reports were usually good, and she got sacked...
      --We on BB can not allow the suppression of comments just because some totalitarian want to kick them out, and then they will want some more kicked out, an...

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  17. Thanks for letting us know that the best posts never see the light of day

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  18. so Puerto Vallarta is no longer a safe place :-(

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  19. Set fire to a cremería? I thought these CJNG clowns said they didn't mess with civilians... This was likely a failed extortion attempt, or a rival's business (less likely).

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  20. Chivs my question mite be dumb but has that guy that made the video or was on the video clearing up that the last clashes were 4 hrs away from pv . Has he made a new video he promised he would if pv wasnt safe . Sorry just curious. Peace LoKs

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  21. To G057 I rec the links will look at them tomorrow, I am not on BB much this week thanks so much

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