Thursday, July 23, 2015

Violence explodes in all points of Guerrero- 8 bodies found in Zitalala, with Message from Los Rojos

By Lucio R. for Borderland Beat several regional newspapers were used to compile this report

Maria de la Luz
Violence has erupted greater than usual in Guerrero.  In the last 24 hrs 23 reported killings in Acapulco, Iguala and Zitlala. Below is information on 15 of those killings.

Zitlala: 8 Bodies

(Reforma reports) discovered on El Crusco Hill in Zitlala.  El Crusco is an often used dumping ground of bodies, or executions.  Zitlala borders Chilapa de Alvarez.  The attorney General reports the bodies of all showing signs of great torture and killed by gunshots.  One was decapitated.

There was no personal information with respect to identification of the deceased other than they were all male.  One 10 year old boy was with the fated group, but managed to escape.

A message was left behind with the bodies and signed by “Los Rojos” (contents undisclosed) 
8 bodies in Zitlala

Acapulco: 9thBody

A body of a young woman identified as Maria de la Luz, was  found shot to death on Neron and Amilicar Streets in Acapulco. 

A message was left with the deceased was signed by “Los Rojos”

Acapulco: 10thBody

The body of a man identified as Jose Najera, was found inside a garage.  45 gun shell casings were also found at the scene. (below)




Acapulco: 11th Body

An unidentified male found in Paso Limonero, in the Acapulco Port area.

Acapulco: 12th Body

A taxi driver, walking on a sidewalk in Colonia La Industrial was killed by gunshots, fired by two assailants riding a motorcycle.
Three cities where killings occurred-click on image to enlarge 
Iguala: 13th Body

A 34 year old woman was murdered when two men riding a motorcycle, forcibly entered her home and shot her with seven impacts from a 9mm.  The witnesses in the home were unharmed.

Iguala: 14th Body

A young unidentified man was shot and killed. He was taken to the hospital where he died from his injuries.

Iguala: 15th Body

Roberto Vargas age 22, shot and killed in Colonia Nuevo Horizonte.  Assailants were riding on a motorcycle.

There have been reported 17 killings in Iguala this month.

So much for the extra security forces deployed to Iguala.


48 comments:

  1. Wonder whats up? Has anyone seen the chapo video? I asked before but my comment wasnt approved so pls...

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    1. What video ?¿

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    2. Best way to end the drug war is to kill off all the drug users and political bastards that support these fucks for money. If we need to build a concentration camp so be it.

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    3. yeah what video

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    4. if you have a video link send it, otherwise talking about a supposed video is a waste of time

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  2. Rojos have an alliance with cida,cjng & granados.Its part of DEAs & CIAs new circus...,like the tigres del norte say in the corrido..el circo.The best thing for us to do is to try and legalize drugs & not bother the cartels and to let them work in peace.Attacking them will just cause more deaths because when a cartel gets attacked it turns into unorganized crime which is worst.We should protest here in USA & in Mexico to legalize drugs..if we want to help.
    Lets get rid of violence and the war on drugs(war on the poor) in a peacefull matter.
    Mexican Americans Lets help our people in mexico.arriva todo mexico y mi guerrero.

    Att el TrZido 4x

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    1. Who is ever going to legalize heroin, creck, meth? Sure legalize that and reduce the fighting in Mexico so the crackheads around the world can rob and kill innocent people for money to get a fix. I hope you are not one of the Presidential candidates with that not so bright idea!

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    2. El TrZido:
      Am sure you are aware informants corrupt cartels...am sure you are aware legalizing drugs creates violence...am sure you are aware legalizing drugs defeats the purpose of Amnesty International...am sure you are aware citizens do not go out of their way to both cartels...am sure you are aware the cartels can very easily create legit businesses even a doughnut shop for the poor to work an honest days work...am sure you are aware it is the economics of Mexico in a piss pot cuz of the characters in Mexico...last and never least am sure you are aware characters buy drugs from whoever they want so, it is the cartel's problems thinking characters only buy their own drugs. The only reason they are in business is cuz they have the means to supply. Demand is the story.

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    3. 8:03pm
      Nothing but assertions

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    4. Make drugs legal. That will give 100 % descuento on my piso and stop unados from coming through my jealous mans bars on my windows. Makes drogas legal I guaranty IRAN will stop A bomb building and all the birds will sing!

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    5. There is demand for alcohol, all kinds of drugs and hoes in prison, all of it in very short supply, and very little money to make it pay, and nobody dies from it...
      Frankly, greed on the part of the suppliers that "create" the trend and the demand, is the problem, and pushers need to be hit with a branch on the snout like the pigs they are, THAT SHOULD BE LEGAL...
      THE TALIBAN HAD NO DRUG PROBLEMS UNTIL THE US OCCUPIED THEIR LAND...

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    6. 10:52: And humpty dumpty can't fall off a wall

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    7. Making drugs legal, may throw the money to the side of rich millionaire investors that can buy a license, and the impunity...
      --the rabble will still be persecuted and prosecuted for their little overstretched asses and dollars, and criminalized to keep'em in low paying jobs por pendejos.

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    8. This guy! I totally agree we need to do somthing with this war on drugs, but as far as the leave the cartels alone and no violence will happen is by far, 100%, the most absurd, outrageous and just flat out fucking retard thing ive ever read on BB. This guy. Where do i even begin with you...

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    9. Cartels dont kill for fun they kill because the goverment messes up their buisness.If you let drug cartels work like normal buisnesses they will be as harmful as the beer industry.
      History repeats itself and remember Capone..he used to smuggle alcahol with the oldest cartel of mexico...(CDG).
      But now that their is no prohibition their is no violence based on the selling of alcahol.So my conclusion is we should just legalize drugs....at leat in all north america.
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    10. 2:08 pm. Business tax license cost 20 USD. I have one.
      Do your research.

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    11. Those people who've stated their opinions as to why drugs should not be legallized are absolutely stupid.

      Did you know that alcohol companies were originally behind the effort to prohibit marijuana? They had the arrogance to call it an "anti-drug campaign", when alcohol and tobacco are the worst drugs.

      You want to argue that junkies will rob your house for a fix? That already happens, Einstein. The violence is what needs to stop. The only way to stop the violence is to legalize the drugs.

      People are only mad at cartels because they were willing to take the risk and provide the service. The rich are mad because they're jealous of the money that's made from drugs.

      Think realistically as to why we can't even grow our own drugs like marijuana and opium.. They are natural pain killers. They would make pharmaceutical companies go under.

      In all honesty, the big food and drug corporations are killing more people than illicit drugs do every way possible. Just because those corporations are legal, and they've successfully infiltrated, and dictate what USA citizens can eat and take, doesn't make it f-king ok. Get some sense you brainless morons.

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    12. 11:18 pm: And you are being philosophical calling people in rationale opposition brainless morons? Yeyah...Go get em sparky!

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  3. Is this Los Rojos of the CDG or am I mistaken? It cant be, I mean they dont operate all the way down in Guerrero, do they?

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    1. No you fool these are old beltran allies.

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    2. My bad lolol

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    3. If anyone wants to plan the revolution we can all meet at chivis house. Just saying....

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    4. Do they get along with CDS?

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    5. Los rojos were funded by la familia nava they worked with many famous drug lords before.For example amado carillo el chapo and the beltranes but when war started everything change and they went independebt for a while and now they are with cjng.The name rojos comes from the founders nickname.Im not sure why they nicknamed him that it could be because his main product was amapola which is red.
      If you wabt to know more about this cartel listen to the group ases y reyes their corridos say the truth.They just exagerate a little like all corridos do but its mostly all true

      El TRZidO XxxX

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    6. Listen to the groups komando sl and grupo activado to learn about the granados cartel.And if you want to know about cjng listen to alex villa.

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    7. Mesage from el TRZido 4x
      https://m.youtube.com/#/results?q=grupo+qctivado&sm=3

      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=5ClCzuzWYio

      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=QRlIaU1f0uc

      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=69A6lmuLDzQ

      These corridos talk about the navas ,arriolas ,melquiadeas,granados,all famous narco families from guerrero which everybody knows about.
      These people arent bad they are victims of poverty.......

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    8. El TRZidO XxxX
      Thanks for your help here bro

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    9. They have a truce with cjng and if cds go on war with cjng they will support cjng.

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    10. There were the la barbie beltranes, and el H beltranes, and the zetas del taliban, a d the treviños setas, who are they with now? much kissing and making out after all the murdering each other?

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  4. If the perception is according to another post that Chapo was released to restore order, isn't it time he get to work? Or is that the real reason? It will be like this in Mexico until the end of time.

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  5. Fack legalization for profit...
    Supply the drugs for free, report your pusher, free treatment for all, minimum wage for grameros unidos with IDs, IN CASH with receipts, tax free, or sue the narco bosses, sell plazas with a licence to murder trespassers, make the corruption af minors a crime...
    --So many things that can be done, especially if the armies and federal and state police get the fuck out if the way

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  6. yo borderland,

    can you do an updated story on the mayor of iguala and his drug lord wife? wtf happened to them? i know they got arrested, but what happened? are they going to trial or just straight to prison? i mean it was a pretty big story then it just disappeared from the public's consciousness. what happened to them? where are they now currently?

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    1. Sssh! They will be released as soon as people stop askin' 'bout 'em, same ol' same ol'

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  7. Some serious idiots post on here..CIA/DEA,partners and supporters of Los Rojos?The same poster says'we'should protest here in the US?Go protest in Mexico?Where is all the enthusiasm to protest in Mexico?Your to full of hate and stupidity to realize the freedoms of the US?

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    1. If you read the comment you should be a able to notice that i said we should protest here and in mexico because its both countries problem.
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    2. Protesting has not helped anything, informing others before organizing oposition is #1 job, inform others, spread the word...

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    3. Mexico is not the priblem...
      --the problem is the US and it's global drug trafficking partners...
      --ever since the end of WWII, with the expressed intent of screwing the communist/socialist cabal...
      --the US.and their other partner states have been screwing the LatinAmericas in the ass, like they do to all their other "friend" countries...
      Even becoming friends of the nazis, president Reagan hisself took them flowers...

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  8. Without fail on BB there are antagonistic comments(putting it mildly)from Mexicans against the US?You can see why all the mistrust and suspicion engendered from this attitude,sadly,they won't learn.

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  9. But Chapo escaped and he will bring back the old way of doing things. Chapo this Chapo that yada yada yada. But for some reason the Mexican government forgot to tell the rest of the violent cells that Chapo is in charge. The new way of doing things rule the Mexican landscape and I doubt Chapo is built for the kinda bloodshed that's coming his way. Just wait and see.

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    1. Chapo will end up like amado carillo
      Trzido 4x

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    2. Chapo is in charge in his area only he has zero control were other cartels opperate.he was actually socios with cartel melenio now turned into cjng by the survivors of el milenio......why do you think chapo loved el animal so much

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  10. Patrick...I cannot post your link. You are Coo-Coo for Cocoa Puffs, if you don't really know why.

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    1. I commented days ago about it with a link it wasnt sent properly so in the next message i assumed the link was good and commented about other peoples thoughts on it...

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    2. I should be more clear. The issue is the website. That would not be right for many people. That is what I was talking about. If you have a link with it on another site I will reconsider. thanks anyway patrick

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  11. Could all you "Anonymous" posters please choose a number, so we can figure out who's who?
    I'll be "Anonymous xxx"

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  12. Im El Torcido
    And my code is 4x or XXXX

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  13. I am so sorry I can no longer go to Acapulco and feel safe. It was for years my favorite place on earth. What a waste of a beautiful Mexican resort.

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    1. All ports are important plazas because lots of drugs come in

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