Wednesday, August 5, 2015

41 Zetas arrested in Reynosa including two ex-military from Salvador

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

[ Subject Matter: Los Zetas, Reynosa
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required]


Reporter: Proceso Redaction
Elements of the Group for Coordination in Tamaulipas detained 41 members of two criminal groups, among them two ex-military from El Salvador.

The central Americans Luis Antonio Funes and Jose Miguel Angel Galvez accepted that they work as Sicarios for a group of organized criminals  that operate in Reynosa, and receive pay equivalent to 15 thousand pesos.




In a communication, the GCT said that the detentions of the two ex-military and another 39 people derived from an operation carried out on the 21st of July in the central, frontier and coastal regions of the State.

The State Department said that in the central region of the State, personnel of SEDENA, the Federal Police, and the Tamaulipas Force detained 8 people in 3 distinct operations, four of whom formed part of a band of kidnappers and extortioners that operate in the Towns of San Carlos, Padilla and Victoria.

In all, in the frontier region the Federal Police captured Gloria Leticia Lopez Morales and the two ex-military salvadorians. The detention of the 3 subjects was effected on the Playa General Lauro Villar - Tijuana highway, on the Palo Blanco tollbooth section.

The woman said that her function was to recruit criminal foreigners, meanwhile the ex-military men indicated that they work as Sicarios and received pay equivalent to 15,000 pesos.

In Reynosa, 13 people who were arrested carrying firearms and radios were apprehended in the fraccionamiento San Valentin, meanwhile in the Lomas Real Colonia, four men were arrested while trying to install cctv cameras to replace those recently removed in Reynosa by Security forces.

For the last Op, in the coastal region achieved the detained of 13 criminals among them 5 kidnappers.

In addition to these 41 detentions carried out on the 21st of July, the Group for Coordination in Tamaulipas, decommissioned 5 narco training camps, three of those in Nuevo Laredo and two more in Aldama.

Also he added that from January to August this year, 9 training camps had been decommissioned, 3 from Nuevo Laredo, 4 in Aldama, one in Nuevo Guerrero and one more in Ciudad Victoria.

Original article in Spanish at Proceso


38 comments:

  1. there r probably a 1000 r more out there

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    1. 15 000 if you count family, including mothers and grandmothers, that will overcrowd the prisons and force them to release some ol' timers...

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  2. Thank you EPN! Clean out that bandit of a cartel so Chapo can march right in .Chapo is about to rule over a new Federation.

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    1. He can't control the one he has now

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    2. From the US Council on Foreign Relationships
      To enrique peña nieto, "honorable" presidente de la re-publica bananera mexico:
      ...El chapo gets released o no pasa la droga; and "next time YOU gonna dig the tunnel..."

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  3. "Comando Armado?" Pues cuando se a visto uno que este desarmado? Brutos aparte para que le pones que eres de los zetas? cuando vas en misiones el uniforme es parte de la estrategia.... la cual este grupo no tiene nada (los dias del Ledezma ya pasaron)

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    1. Q lesdema pendejo

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    2. ledezma jajajja lazcano bruto

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  4. Salvadoreños have no business in Mexico.

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    1. You have no business on here,VOZ!

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    2. The bad news is there are enough lonely women in mexico to depopulate el salvador and honduras of their men, even tattooed to the ass, I mean eyes, maras find their match even if for a week or two on their way to the US, they are sick and tired of their US sponsored, armed paid and trained "military/paramilitary police state" and gangbangers murdering them at will...
      --while big global farmers spray pesticide on their heads to improve the GMO MARIHUANA/coca yields and others poison the amazonas drilling for some any or no oil... ... ... ...

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  5. --Training camps detected AFTER the classes were promoted and graduated, with no arrests no casualties...
    --These setas arrested, no shots fired, no killings, casualties or tortures, all voluntary confessions.
    --Welcome to the strange new brave world of viejidio cantu...is he still the governor?

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  6. Zetas are still around?

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    1. Still west of San Fernando en el campo

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    2. Sure, the government plants, nurses, harvest and exploit them all the way to and in the big house...setas, golfas, whatever, the government is not going to make all of them ninis official police or military payroll, they are free and must produce, mordidas, piso, plaza or else...they are like cattle to market, already grown up by their "idiot parents", and they still work for their maruchan, unlike cows or chicken or pigs or other animals you have to feed and can not mistreat...

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    3. Unfortunately

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    4. 8:31jui a ver west of San Fernando en el canpo, and nada, puras vacaz, rezez, y mulazz, todas bien flacas y despiernangadazzz, I think los setas only visit them at night, no gallinas anywhere anymore...homie...

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  7. Cleaning out the Z competition to make way for those currently paying the bribes, and those currently paying the bribes, are next to be cleaned out. And so on...

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  8. "41 Zetas arrested in Reynosa"
    the article says 41 from 2 criminal groups, and only 13 in reynosa (cdg)

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  9. I thought Zetas didn't even enter Matamoros and Reynosa. Do they always have estakas patrolling those CDG controlled cities?

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  10. Sounds like a lot of great progress. Lets hope the judge does the same

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  11. Great story, thanks for translating it. When, the El Salvadorans are in the mix, it's always a horror show.

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  12. I dont belive this in tamaulipas my people always die figthing that getting captured lol people from tamaulipas we aint scared to die lol
    El alucinado de tamaulipas

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    1. But some get scraed to die

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    2. Funny but true

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  13. Anything on chapo?

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  14. If no evidence, why confess? Is it cuz the police are in cohoots and know?
    Thankfully, they did not kill them.
    Maybe detox and medical check up may be on the list for them for health and re-organizing purposes? If so, don't forget that new 3 week lapse HIV/AIDS test. New and cheaper test. Thank you

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  15. They will probably get killed in the prison in Reynosa

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  16. Nice LoGo ...... Why bother picking these guys up they just get more street cred and feel untouchable wen they get out said it before and i will say it again kill these guys on site and leave there for everyone to see it will clean up a little

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  17. Wow I didnt think that the people of reynosa allowed zetas in their turf what the hell is going on over there.I thought that it was el guero jessi who got snitched on by another cdg commander. are u sure that the zetas were in reynosa?

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  18. Zetas in Reynosa?

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  19. The 13 including the two from Guatemala that were arrested in Reynosa are golfos. There was a post a few days ago that mentioned that and included their pictures. I don't know why this post says 41 zetas. It was even on the main board. Odd!

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