Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Cartel Jalisco roaming Nuevo Leon

The DEA highlights on a report the rapid growth of this criminal group, thanks to the constant struggle over the territory between Los Zetas and the Gulf Cartel in the state of Nuevo Leon that opens the door for the New Generation Jalisco Cartel.

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) notes the presence of the New Generation Jalisco Cartel in Nuevo Leon.

On a new evaluation report by the DEA on the hands of Reporte Indigo, the DEA is saying that the internal power struggles and disorder of the Gulf Cartel and Los Zetas, can cost the loss of its territory in Nuevo Leon and Tamaulipas.

BY JESUS PADILLA - Monday, September 21, 2015

"Internal power struggles and disorder between the Gulf Cartel and Los Zetas are likely contributing to the expansion of CJNG in Nuevo Leon. CJNG is in a position to increase their drug trafficking operations, "the document of the DEA said.


Reports show that New Generation Jalisco Cartel has reached the limits of Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, and the municipality of Anahuac, Nuevo Leon.


Keep in mind that it was this zone where elements of the Navy captured Miguel Angel Trevino Morales "Z40" in a precise air raid operation in un-populated roads linking the two entities.

The arrest took place in August 2013, 27 kilometers southwest of Nuevo Laredo.

However, other versions suggest that it was in the town of Anahuac, Nuevo Leon, right on the border with Tamaulipas.

This sector is considered by federal authorities as a Zeta bastion.

According to the DEA, CJNG came to dispute that area, described as a strategic point for smuggling and drug passage to the United States.

However, there is another version that seems to have logic, because it speaks of a possible alliance between the Gulf Cartel and the Jalisco Cartel to control this sector.

The Beltran take hold but ...


This metropolitan area of San Pedro ​​Nuevo Leon, a town with the highest per capita income in Mexico, is where the Beltran Leyva cartel took hold in the territory.

However, federal sources consulted by Reporte Indigo reveal that the New Generation Jalisco Cartel could fight for control of the San Pedro plaza to the Beltran Leyva Cartel.

And it would be the perfect place to start, first stage, retail and distribution of cocaine and methamphetamine.

"Second step could be money laundering. San Pedro is perfect for the leaders of this group to go unnoticed, "said federal source.

This information coincides with the DEA document held by Reporte Indigo.

The mere presence of New Generation Jalisco Cartel, in Nuevo Leon, opens the door for expanding its operation in this state, the Drug Enforcement Agency warns.

"CJNG uses its alliances and exploits the weaknesses of rival cartels to take over new territories or increase their presence in areas" explains the DEA document.

Good reason for the possibility that the CJNG will dispute the territory to Beltran Leyva Cartel.

In Monterrey, the Gulf Cartel and Los Zetas are in dispute, but according to the DEA, the presence of the Jalisco Cartel is growing in other states and can dispute the capital of Nuevo Leon.

"From their stronghold in Jalisco, the influence of the organization it extends to Nayarit, Colima, Guerrero, Veracruz, Michoacan and other Mexican states," said the DEA.

Moreover, CJNG have positioned themselves in the state of Veracruz, controlled by Los Zetas Cartel in recent years.

The rivalry between Los Zetas and CJNG has been dragging on for nearly eight years, so federal and US authorities expect a war full of violence.

From an Armed Group to Drug Cartel


The story in the world of drug trafficking it repeats once again.

As happened with the Zetas cartel, which rose from the armed wing of the Gulf Cartel to an organization in the drug trade, now the New Generation Jalisco Cartel (CJNG) undergoes a similar transformation.

CJNG emerged in 2007 as an armed group, which was named "matazatas" at the service of the Sinaloa Cartel.

Through the social network they showed its existence, videotaping interrogations and executions of several Zetas.

"Jalisco, the land of freedom and working people. Death to kidnappers and extortionists Zetas ", its seen in a video posted on YouTube by the CJNG.

Just like Los Zetas, the CJNG has used violence to demonstrate their power.

This organization attacked media facilities in Jalisco, while Los Zetas attacked local television stations in Nuevo Leon in 2010.

CJNG also copy Zetas operations. That is to say using narco blockades, the use of, unmarked graves by the border of Jalisco and Michoacan; and they have participated in the disappearance of innocent civilians not linked to organized crime. And it doesn't end there.

Jalisco authorities have attributed their participation in crimes against senior public officials, like Jesus Gallegos, State Secretary of Tourism, which occurred in 2013, and the PAN mayor of Ayutla, Manuel Gomez Torres, in 2014.

Another event that unleashed chaos in Jalisco occurred in March 2012 when authorities captured Erick Valencia "El 85", one of the founders of CJNG group, in a house in Lomas Altas, Zapopan.

Hours after the arrest of Valencia, 16 narco blockades were started with 25 vehicles torched and clashes that claimed the lives of two people: the driver of a public bus and a suspected gunman.

The same chaos lived in Jalisco at that time, Nuevo Leon had suffered years before.

As an example, the capture of Hector Raul Luna Luna "Tori", who was a plaza leader of Los Zetas, caused at least 42 narco blockades.

This article was translated from Reporte Indigo

54 comments:

  1. I would not be surprised that very soon CJNG under El Mencho goes to war against Sinaloa caetel under El Chapo. These narco drug lords have big egos and bigger ambitions plus they don't trust each other. El Chapo and Co from Sinaloa cartel must be worried about the exponential growth of CJNG in such a short period of time.

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    1. Long ago DEA said Nacho Coronel was as powerful as Chapo Guzman. Mencho was just under Nacho and yea I do believe they have the power to fight BLO Zetas and CDS

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    2. I heard from a somewhat reliable source (and I mean somewhat because there seems to be a bit of cheerleading or nut hugging on the sources behalf), that says the CJNG is in cd Juarez trying to support the CDS in its quest to eliminate the Aztecas and La Linea from the city. If this is true then no way the CJNG is at war with CDS. It is however just a rumor from source that can be more hype than true, just like all the CDS fanatics that cheer on this website! This was also said to me about two months ago and from what I understand from other people, is that La Linea and Aztecas are still in charge in Juarez though not in the whole city but close to it. I do live in E.P.T and hear many stories though I myself do not get involved.

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    3. I too agree and it's like the repeat of CDG creating Zetas and then CDG fighting against the Zetas. Lot of meth head nut huggers will not agree that this same scenario will not be repeated between CJNG and CDS. It's all about greed, power, mistrust and super inflated egos of the drug cartel bosses. Each one wants to be the biggest and strongest.

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  2. Which cartel hasn't copied the Z since their inception? Let's see if the CJNG can bring the pain to Los Zetas and BLO. I'm not too convinced they can. The Z and BLO have been extremely quiet this year. Could they be upping their numbers or have they taken too many hits? If you know the Z you know that you can never get rid of them like the herpes virus. Time will tell the tale.

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    1. Z and BLO have been hit hard and I don't think they are as a strong as they were before. Except for Chapo Isidro.

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    2. Cjng can't step on zetas toes these cats are real ruthless will shit all over cjng

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    3. lol zetas as a cartel are long gone.42 was hiding in san pedro garza garcia like a rat, scared to show his face anywhere.el lazca and 40 made the Z who they were, once they fell it was all over.

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    4. All these z and blo s will jump to cjng once they see they are taking over....cjng is actually pretty strong.

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    5. You must be out of it to say the zetas are weak

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    6. don't forget that Z-10/Rex is out. And the PRI is back in power. And we all know that el PRI has always spoiled zetas since the moment they let them hijack the CDG to dismantle it.

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    7. CJNG has been trying to take Nayarit from BLO but hasn't been able to last I heard mencho asked for a truce but BLO didn't accept ... For those that don't know Nayarit is right next to Jalisco , if they can't take a plaza that's close to to their stronghold than there's no way they will take one that's far away. The only plaza they invaded was Veracruz against the Zetas but that's because CDS was backing them up .

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  3. The notorious Columbian drug lord Pablo Escobar escaped from prison with his right hand man, Jhon Jairo Velasquez, aka Popeye in 1992. Now released, Velasquez recently gave an interview where he disclosed details about his prison escape with the Colombian Kingpin. Surprisingly though, he also offered insight into Mexican Drug lord, El Chapo's recent escape.

    Velasquez was involved with the Colombian underworld for decades, and is responsible for 300 plus assassinations by his own hand and more than 3 thousand homicides committed under his orders: he's a bowna fide career criminal. Which is why I found it fascinating when he revealed what kingpins are most afraid of: extradition and most wanted posters.

    The reason for first one is kind of obvious. The threat of being shipped off to another country can severely thwart a criminal's ability to manipulate the system and secure impunity. In many cases, powerful criminals don't really serve hard time because they're well connected and can offer bribes and pay off authorities for luxuries. In El Chapo Guzman's case, Velasquez argues El Chapo escaped Altiplano prison in Mexico despite his many privileges, like continuing to operate his cartel, because "He knew that in two or three years the Americans would put pressure (on Mexican authorities) and he'd be sent to a prison in the United States." where he is effectively a nobody. But for more on how extradition works, head to TestTube News where we did a whole episode on just that.

    What's fascinating to me are the posters. Velasquez argues that "Wanted posters are a grave issue for someone who is on the run." and that if he were the chief of police the first thing he would do to catch El Chapo would be to put up posters everywhere, even launch them from helicopters.

    In the 19th and 20th centuries, posters were thought to be effective because, well, we lived in small communities where strangers could easily be identified and methods of transportation were slow. But today, our communities are much more populous where, effectively, everyone is a stranger. It's much tougher to notice outsiders.

    Still, what's new is our ability to quickly disseminate information and reach thousands, potentially millions in just a few hours. We no longer have to physically pin these posters to walls. Indeed, the FBI in the US has used digital wanted posters since the late 2000s and in 2014 it reportedly caught 53 wanted persons as a direct result of these. In one case, a wanted person was caught by liking his own wanted poster poster on Facebook...yikes. Still, research on their effectiveness is scarce. Though Velasquez assures that with a 20 million bounty on his head, El Chapo will be caught in just a matter of months.

    CTA: For details on how El Chapo managed to escape a maximum security prison in the first place, check out this video. And if you haven't already, please subscribe to Seeker. Thanks for watching!

    Velasquez argues El Chapo escaped the Altiplano prison in Mexico despite his many privileges like continuing to operate his cartel, because he "knew that in two or three years the Americans would put pressure (on Mexican authorities) and he'd be sent to a prison in the United States," where he is effectively a nobody.

    David Villarreal

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  4. I think chapo will turn to blo and other cartels to fight off el mencho at the end of the day it's all business mencho is growing fast!!!

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    1. 11:20 Yeah, el chapo must join forces with los setas, yeah!!! Tomarrah they go for conquer the world bs...

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    2. When the plazas heat up, business is hurt. We'll see how loyal these CJNG cats are when mencho can't keep up payroll..

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  5. gente nueva is roaming the streets of monterrey
    specially on the independecia área known as indepe

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    1. No mames la independe es 100% Z

      Y esos del CJNG ya tienen mas de 2 años operando en la cuidad metropolitana de Monterrey. Tienen tregua con el CDG pero la facion de Nuevo Leon.

      Los chapos tmb operan pero muy bajo perfil, no en caravanas de 20+ trocas. Pero MTy lo usan mas como un lugar pa lavar dinero. Gente nueva la ultima ves que estubieron en mty fue como el 2006 o 2007 y se fugaron pa Chihuahua por miedo a la Compania.

      Los Beltranes no salen de San Pedro,

      saludos chivis tu fiel seguidor

      G(-)057

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    2. Bien dicho G(-)057

      Los del CJNG ya tienen tiempo en Monterrey pero muy despistados aliados con los Golfos, y ni a si pueden entrar a la plaza de Néctar Lima, y la Indepe Letra es 100% Z al igual que toda la zona sur de Metro Tango Yankee(Mty) también la zona Norte rumbo a Nuevo Laredo están fuerte los Z.

      Mientras los Golfos tienen pleitos entre ellos mismos, Los Zetaz se re organizan en Monterrey, Coahuila y Veracruz hasta ya crearon al C.D.N. aliado a los Zetaz, BeltraneZ, NCDJ.

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  6. Los ZETAS are gone, the zetillas son puros culeros, the ELITE ZETAS have gone on to better business, stealing from the government with both hands...

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  7. Would cjng ever fight blo and ncdj since there allies with los zetas

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  8. CJNG don't want it w BLO

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  9. If everyone keeps their territory and get rid of kidnapping and piso, the civilians really don't care they are selling drugs.

    The problem is, they think they can remove others from their plaza, engage in urban warfare which then affects civilians.

    The senators and diputados all need to hang.

    Can one of you tell me of one single law they've passed to punish the kidnappers, sicarios and drug lords?

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    1. Supposedly they've lengthened the sentences for kidnapping up to 80 years.Extortion tax-probably not.For that 1 they are expected to share the $$$.

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    2. The police would rather get paid and keep themselves and their families alive, rather than getting tortured and killed after watching their family members get raped, tortured and killed! The whole system is broke in Mexico and worse at the local level! Some help the kidnappers and sicarios!

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  10. Funny how mencho doesnt attack the sinaloa cartel but wants to take over small groups who are weak right know beltrans and zetas , this just show his scared of the sinaloense cause he knows those niggas are powerful chapo is daddy of mencho period ...

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    1. U stupid cjng was fighting zetas when they were strong and took over veracuz sinaloa could never handle zetas they needed help from many cartels

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    2. That would be the Art of War according to SunTzu pinche nino cagado

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    3. Sun tzu could not defeat genghis khan, the brittish navy, the japanese, or the US, but he sounds nice in books and MAO'S little red books with the Chairman 's Sayings, keep looking...

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    4. Cjng never took veracruz that's b.s go to veracruz and say cjng runs shit and watch how fast they leave you like a coladera

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    5. CJNG will never be able to do anything without help especially against the Z and BLO. Even at the Z's weakest no other cartel and I mean NO CARTEL can handle the Z alone. CJNG made a play for Veracruz and they killed a lot people. The only problem is those people were innocents or low level unarmed Z look outs. CJNG won't attack CDS cause CDS fronted them the cash and firearms to fight the Z. If the CJNG want to fight come on out and fight. Why chill in the shadows playing hide and seek like some ninos? I'll tell you why. It's because Mencho isn't a dummy and he knows better to go head up with the Z. I'm definitely not a hugger but there is a reason the Z was copy cat by the rest.

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  11. Dont the cartels get it. The more attention you bring to yourself the sooner you are recognized and destroyed. If you want attention you will get it. El Chapo knows that and that is why his cartel has flourished for decades.

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    1. Not if they pay their impunity money.

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    2. Listen 11:45pm I guess you don't remember who started the narco war. I am not sure if you are old enough to actually know when it started. If you aren't then I will give you a small history lesson. A certain cartel calling themselves "the federation" aka Sinaloa Cartel decided to make a move for Juarez/Golfo/Tijuana plazas. If I am not mistaken your precious Chapo is the leader of that cartel. So in my opinion these cartels are just following in your papi's footsteps. Chapo isn't known for being the quiet lil soldier boy as you seem to think. Chapo started this shit and it won't end anytime soon.

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    3. @1:28 I thought the Beltranes went into cdg z territory with la barbie leading the way.Chapo was never there Boss like you say. Mayo Zambada went after Tj and Chapo did go for Juarez but lost .why do blame chapo for everything ? You fools blame chapo for everything lol you think he's really everywhere like God. get out of here even you people that hate are on his nuts. I think you believe everything that isn't true he ain't got that much power

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  12. Nobody can come in to a territory and take over. I don't care how strong you are!!
    Zetas/Golfas wiil always have North East Corridor. It's theirs naturally. CJNG just got lit up in Jalisco. Beltran Leyvas are broken up. Splintered factions all around. Chapito Isidro has been quiet If he's still alive.And Chapo's Snitchaloa will always be Snitchaloa. " deuces my niggas"

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  13. @11:57 Pancho villa had airplanes to keep general Blackjack in check, 5 star general Pershing and his squaws macArthur, Patton and others never caught up with him...
    --CJNG has brung down one second hand chatarra helicopter of the mexican government "war against-the-people's machine"...(mexican "waffen")
    --the los setas have just brung down themselves...

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  14. Cjng better just stick with their tj corridor they have...don't try in get greedy like chapo guzman

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    1. Yeah, they shouldn't open too many fronts too fast and spread themselves thin opening flanking opportunities for others

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    2. The CDS blueprint of trying to take over the narco world should be a reminder of what too much greed brings you. The CDS got bushwhacked out of Chihuas, bitch slapped from CDG/Z terroritory and now cannibalizing each other in TJ. Money, guns and political protection can only get you so far.

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  15. Lo k queda de los pendejos del golfo.k c creen bien bergas no sean pendejos unance por k nuevo leon esta cerca de ahi les caen en nuevo Laredo y despues Tamaulipas.y a ustedes por pendejos les van a seguir quitando plazas.

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  16. more battles more deaths . nothing to be proud of . most if not all of us commenting are living north of border . all of a sudden everybody is a military stratigist .

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    1. I live north of ten countries borders, 139 states borders, and countless municipal borders. I think everyone in the world lives north of some border.

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  17. Any Mexican bros from Nuevo Laredo ?
    We should ask them if they think anyone can take NL from the Zetas ?

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  18. Aquí en Metro Tango Yankee (Mty) aquí manda la Letra y CDN y los Beltranez en Papa Sierra (San Pedro).Si los Golfos nunca pudieron en Monterrey menos los Jalisquillos esos pendejos nunca pudieron en Veracruz menos van a poder en Monterrey.

    Un saludo al 45 y al 413 de Monterrey y dueños de la plaza de Metro Tango Yankee.

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    1. Saludos senore,gracias por responder...Indepe Monterrey Zeta CDN not Gente Nueva ?

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    2. Saludos al hermano del vecino del 45y tambien al 45.5 saludos al 414 10 4 bien pilas en metro tango yonke

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  19. All new cartels start out strong and together. Eventually jealousy and beefs start slowing tearing down the brotherhood. Hits by other cartels, the mexican government and the US Feds will take it's toll. Look at La Familia, CT, CDS, BLO and the Z. It's just a matter of time before a Judas makes a move for the top spot. Just give it time.

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  20. The cartels are like pigs, when they are big and fat, often from eating garbage, popó or plain BS --then they get taken to market or to the butcher, the best of the best get retired to reproduce...

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  21. Egos aside, lets say that it is viewed by some in Mexico to be bad for business to off each other when a strategic alliance greatly benefits them both? Plus they can go about cleaning out rivales in areas they alone have not been able to accomplish? Eliminating the hated Zetas and other factions means more territory, more routes and more money for both groups, not to mention combined they would be hard to stop since they already control many parts of Mexico combined? Don't know which factions of CDG are allied with CDS or CJNG, but I am sure some of them are as they are not aligned with any Zetas? Zetas and Beltran Leyva have allied against CDS as what happened in 2010 between Tubutama and Saric was the result? Though 9 CDS and como 12 BL-Zetas were killed according to some people there? Thinking a new wave of violence is about to begin?

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  22. Me da risa los pochos hablando de narcos y ni si quiera van a mexico

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  23. Es que nosotros pochos sabemos más que ustedes en México porque no hay noticias. Border Land Beat tiene todo!

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