Monday, November 30, 2015

Video of Sinaloa vs CAF shootout in Tijuana

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

Full article from Zetatijuana to follow shortly


Members of the old guard of the CAF identified by their capture and subsequent liberation, they are falling dead and injured, in the middle of a territorial struggle initiated by the new Arellanos and the Sinaloa Cartel headed by Alfonso Arzarte "El Aquilies", in the crosshairs, the members of the former black command. Authorities attribute the violence to the arrival of "El Piloto" son of Ramon Arellano Felix who has been identified in the Cartel.




With 16 assassinations and four armed attacks with wounded, the territorial fight between cartels and another between drug traffickers in the Colonias, they continue drenching the streets of Tijuana in blood.

The State Counsel for Security in Baja California intelligence unit say the attack on an ex ministerial policeman in "El Yonke Shaggy" in Tijuana this week, is another of the crimes attributable to Alfonso Arzate "El Aquiles", to empower themselves and prevent the rearrangement of the Cartel Arellano Felix.





They reiterated that the possibility exists that the CAF are leaving the " old guard " without protection: "They are alone in order that their enemies can dispose of them more easily, they can expose them, as part of the reorganisation and arrival of "El Piloto", nephew of the Arellano Felix brothers who is the pretender to the head of the cartel.

"This year, there have been more assassinations ordered and executed by the people of "El Karateca", chief of sicarios for "El Piloto", but he is not mentioned in investigations because he has people infiltrated into the Homicide department of the PGJE, in charge of diverting investigations; they try to focus investigations outside of the people of the CAF", explained a member of the Group for Coordination.

The same member of the Group for Coordination said that up until now there had been no executions of relevant elements of the group from the Sinaloa Cartel of "Los Aquiles".

However the Department of Ministerial Investigation have a different hypothesis:

That this group of ministerials that were attacked, were members of the Black Commando that operated in the service of the Arellanos and have been betrayed. "In the streets there are versions that between 2007 and 2010, these agents and ex agents carried out operations with Arzate in favour of the Arellanos against Garcia Simental, but when the family decreased in power they stayed with Los Arzate" and were operating directly for them, with major activity in the past year.



In this case, the attack on El Yonke it was a settling of accounts of the CAF to the Sinaloans for the assassination of Jose Lorenzo Hernanez Garcia alias  Garcia Hernandez "El Viejon" ( Otis: see link to article by BB reporter Tijuano on this incident), who body was found in public on 13th of November.

It would be the same group detained in Operation "Green Light" in the United States in 2010, where Jesus Q;uinonez, Jose Antonio Ortega, Alfredo Najero, the members of a group of kidnappers in 2006 that had as boss Nelso Rodriguez. They accused General Sergio Aponte Polito and his staff in April of 2008 like Lujan Rosales and Vargas Zermeno.

The Attack

A volley of gunfire was heard in the Santos Colonia in the zone located behind Costco in the La Mesa Delegation. Mircha Eduaro Vazquez Galvan was in the attention window of "El Yonke Shaggy", like a client that wanted to change a windscreen in a car or buy another. He was the first to fall shot by a pistol.

It was Tuesday the 24th of November around five in the afternoon, everything happened very quickly, when a man approximately 1.70 meters tall, thin with a dark and clear complexion with short hair, who was dressed in a hat and a dark jacket, came up to the attention window in front of the main establishment and opened fire.

According to what appears in the closed circuit tv cameras, the main priority of the attackers was the man in charge of the workshop, the ex ministerial agent Gilberto Mendez Moncada, that in this moment was attending personally to the customer at the window, he was showing him the windscreen when the killer pulled his weapon at a short distance from Mendez and opened fire.

"Mendez was the objective", said the investigators.

In the images, also appear the figures of another two men walking who saw the incident and started running.

When Mendez crouched down and ran to the bottom of "El Yonke", the female cashier Damaris Fermin Hernandez and Jesus Garcia Torres, mechanic, responsible for disassembling parts of the cars, ran and tried to protect themselves on the left side of the building, which is not very big, and the sicario was still discharging his weapon. Then he shot the customer.

Then there was a moment when the sicario thrust half his body through the customer window and started firing at the manager, then turned to the place where the other employees had run. Then he pulled his body back through and before leaving, shot the customer who appeared lifeless on the floor.

Eduardo Vazquez received shots in the left ear, in the left of the chest, also the right of his torso and in the head; he was declared dead at the scene. His mother identified his body as she had been close to "El Yonke" waiting for him in a car, as she had driven him there to make what purchases he needed.

The mechanic, Jesus Garcia received impacts in the chest, thorax and left leg, he was pronounced dead in hospital at 19:35 hours of the same Tuesday, in all the woman only received a ricochet, and the objective of the attack, Mendez Mocada, received only a superficial wound to his side.

In the primary reports they spoke of three armed attackers that arrived on foot, but the version changes after the CCTV has been reviewed and the victims had been interviewed.

The interviewees indicated that the criminal fled running and then they lost sight of him, no one could say if at this moment he boarded a vehicle. What the investigators could detect in the video was the presence of a white vehicle passing back and forwards past the shop immediately before the attack.

The Black Command




The night of Thursday the 13th of October of 2005, when elements of the Group for Coordination detained, Gilberto Mendez Moncada, objective of the assassination attempt of this 24th of November of 2015, is 42 years old, was a part of a Ministerial Police Group that stole vehicles, he was on vacation at the time of the attack.

They captured him as part of a group of Policemen and ex Policemen designated as in the service of the Cartel Arellano Felix dedicated to kidnapping, extortion, and assassination of rival criminals. This team were named "The Black Command".

According to an information bulletin of that time, when Mendez was detained "Abraham Fransisco Salazar Arambula, 33 years old, assistant chief of the Municipal Police in the Sanchez Taboada, Luis Arturo Cosme Espinosa, 29 years of age, police assigned to the Immediate Reaction Group, Eduardo Chagoya Carrillo, 32 years old, Municipal Policeman deployed to the Sanchez Taboada Delegation and Carlos Cosme Espinosa, 29 years of age, Ministerial Policeman from the "La Mesa" Delegation.

With them were Francisco Noriega Alarcon "El Carpintero", 29 years of age, who was a Lieutenant of the CAF in the de Otay Delegation.

They confiscated a Colt AR-15 rifle, an H&K MP5K submachine gun, a colt .38 super pistol, another 9mm pistol, 268 rounds of .38 ammunition, 40 rounds of 10mm ammunition, 146 rounds of 9mm ammunition, 245 rounds of .223 winchester ammunition, 18 magazine for various calibers, nine radios, 8 radio batteries and 26 cell phones.

Two months after, the corporation of the Counsel for Security in Baja California had captured in Ensenada, another commando of corrupt police that they investigated in Tijuana. In October of 2005, the driver of a passenger bus had been assassinated after a group of men who had been passing by some agents of federal investigation, they took a truck that he was driving carrying shrimp and various packets of cocaine.

This truck was found in the possession of Mendez and his accomplices, that night they was detained, while drinking beer in the "Canon de la Pedrera", also the men were in possession of five identity cards of the AFI.

By the 15th of October, the then Secretary of the Government, Bernardo Martinez announced that the case had attracted SEIDO. After being held the detained were processed and sent to a Maximum Security Prison. Later they were freed, but the date they were set at liberty is not known.

At this time, Carlos Cosme was working as a protected informant for the United States authorities in Operation Green Light against Armando Villarreal and the CAF.

A Previous Battle

This is the second gun battle in the past year at "El Yonke", property of the detained then freed ex Municipal Policeman Luis Arturto Coseme Espinosa.

On the 1st of May of 2015, in another attack perpetrated with rifles, Itzel Miranda died, a member of the PGJE, who according to reports was at the establishment as a customer.

On that occasion the intended homicide victim was ex Ministerial Fausto Esteban Nides, who left the property with other men and a woman, later assassinated. Nides was targeted for his alleged link the CAF, and retired from the Municipal Police in 2003.


It has been twelve years since the Intelligence Unit of the State Counsel for Security, first designated this ex agent that serves the cartels. After this, in February of 2013, he presented himself to ZETA in order to proclaim his innocence and his annoyance at the allegations of the authorities, that in all this time have issued no warrant against him.

He said owning a company that gives maintenance to tele-communications masts, and gives courses at school on a basic level on human rights, and individual guarantees. He reiterated that they have nothing bad on him, and that he crosses into the United States without problems.

In this case, Mendoza Moncada testified as a witness to the facts. The weapons used in this shooting had also been used in the murder of musician Rogelio Brambila Lizarraga ( Los Plebes de Arranke) in March of 2015, and the murder of Javier Garcia Bojorquez on April 15th.

They kill police, 17 dead in one week

The death count in the third week of November 2015, included and armed attack against an officiall of the Secretary of Public Municipal Security in Tijuana on Thursday 26th of November a little before one in the morning.

The mobile agent Jose Ivan Hernandez Contreras, with fifteen years of service, was taken down in public view, in Calle Escultores, opposite number 25 del Reacomodo Sanchez Taboada.

The policeman wasn't wearing uniform and was with some members of his family, who saw four armed subjects arrive in a white car, some got out , they didn't say how many, and they opened fire , and after they fled.

The vehicle used by the killers was located in the parking lot of Callmax Sanchez Taboada and a man with the characteristics of one of the alleged attackers was detained by the Municipal Police, but after being presented before the witnesses, they couldn't 100% positively identify him.

As well as the three violent homicides mentioned before, in the week just ended, Abilene Trinidad Perez Martinez was killed, she was a masseuse at "Xolos". On the afternoon of Thursday the 19th of November, the 29 year old woman was giving a massage when a man came out of his door of his apartment in Calle Manuel Doblado in the Gabilondo Colonia.

She opened the door and the subject wearing a motorcycle helmet entered with a bouquet of flowers, a box of chocolates, he opened fire and after ran outside and jumped on a motorcycle that was parked in the Calle Olivio, almost on the corner of Bulevar Agua Caliente.

The victim was declared dead at five in the morning the following day, her body bearing six wounds from bullets in the thorax, collar bone and side.

Original article in Spanish at Zetatijuana

90 comments:

  1. Uh oh Ramon was the bogeyman when it came to slaying Sinaloa cartel members could it be his son is like him the apple never falls far from the tree I bet such as the killer who's blood flows thru those veins looks like the CAF wants what's rightfully there's back !!

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    1. Ramon wasn't too smart though. You can't deny that El Mayo set a brilliant trap for Ramon based on his temper and ego and he took the bait. That was his end.

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    2. Ramon was a sycopath if you even disrecpected sinaloa his home town he will cut you head off

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    3. Like Asia's Burmese heroin king for 50-60 years, the late General Su, El Mayor is the living chess master. The Mayan's the one that's sitting outside the corner store, spitting on his enemies' cadavers as they are carried past.... (Disculpas, my apologies to Chilean,, Don Pablo Neruda, the world's poet, for mangling his words). ¡¡VIVA CHILE--MIERDA!!

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    4. they didnt even kill the guy they were after

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    5. 11:07 ramon was killed by police agents when they tried to pull him over in mazatlan so he started shooting at them mayo or chapo had nothing to do with it

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    6. 7:01 actually bro , Mayo set him up. He had schedule a meeting ,but he had the state police execute him. Ramon got played

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    7. Your wrong because the cops who shot him where on mayos payroll

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    8. Whatever the set-up, a dying cop shot "el Mon" dead, from the ground, after "el mon"
      shot and mortally wounded him, without reason or warning like cowardly murderer el "mon" was...chief drug trafficker, "a la escobar" zoo owner, race track owner, casi o owner, money launderer, contractor of murdering murderer gangs, scion of corrupt atracomulcan "professor" carlos hank gonzalez, jorge hank rohn the mayor of tijuana, has never been prosecuted for his crimes, the US only took his visa, from him, I don't know about his master card...Jorge hank rohn is still a rich free man, which proves nothing but that he is a free rich man and that is all that counts...

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    9. Are you guys caf or cds because you guys always have an answer on inside dealings that u know nothing about as far as anybody knows it was the police

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    10. I think it's a myth that they were on Mayo's payroll. Ramon shot first and as the policeman lay close to death, gave Ramon a nice head shot. Those are the facts, the rest is speculation.

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  2. They said caf was gone??

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    1. Not gone, but a shadow of its former self.

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    2. Every cartel who opposes CDS is always "gone" but they end up rising from the ashes because CDS can't finish them off. Look at Chihuas for example. In 2012 Carrillo Fuentes was "finished" and Juarez belonged to Chapo. Look at Chihuas now my friend. CDS barely has the southern portion of Chihuas. BLO was supposedly finished but look at them now. AFO is just the next cartel in line to take back what belongs to them. If this guy is really Ramon's son he will come for Tijuana with a lot anger and hate in his heart for Chapo and Mayo. I have been mocked for years on BB because I don't drink the CDS Kool-aid and I never will. But I have been right about several of the momentum switches throughout Mexico. And I will continue to be right because I don't fall in love with these mafioso fucks.

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    3. @ 2:50 dude quit posting when you're drunk. What the CDS is doing in plazas they've conquered is brilliant. Every plaza they've gone to war, the end result is the leadership hierarchy gets wiped out and that cartel becomes a fraction of itself. CAF, Zetas, CDG, BLO, Juarez all ain't shit anymore. All they have is foot soldiers carrying out meaning less insurgent style attacks.

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    4. Wow so just because you think and make up your own story and outcome you think thats ehat is going on? If so you should work for the cia dea or any goverment or you should do your own hot line like Walter mercado because you never drank the other kool aid but thats because you drank the crazy lemonade.

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    5. lol 2:50 watches too many action movies. Ramons son would get his head handed to him.. literally. Stop drinking buddy its messing up your thought process

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    6. 7:08

      They created the Zetaz and BLO and Juarez ally they are awesome.

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    7. At least in the Juarez cartel case, even if that cartel is no longer what it used to be it is not defeated and probably only gaining strenght as the time passes by. Chapo does not control cd Juarez the main plaza in all Chihuas and does not seem to have the strenght or will anymore to completely finish taking over the state leaving the Juarez Cartel capable of growing.

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    8. @7:08 AM, Dang! You got it. Thx 4 for the thumbnail sketch, it all makes too much sense not to be true. Brilliant is the right word, for sure. ¡ berrracos y bien jodidos que son!

      GADEJO

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    9. Isn't it wonderful how SSP against AFI, or PFP, or PM, or PI PGR or PGJE or SSPE or PMS are always bitching and fighting each other from behind their badges and the skirts of their gangs they create and pick and support?
      --It is because of power grabs from federal and state governments for all the marbles, I swear the narcs alone would work out fine if the mitary and poolice were not facking around so much because of their "chilango from el DF" style greed...all the shit rolling downhill always...
      --stop chasing your tail BB commenters.

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  3. My respects to the old school arellanos, like el comandante mon, and el mayel higuera.. those were true traffickers/killers. I actually got to meet El mayel, and one of his sons. Too bad most of them are dead or in prison. now el chapo controls. Ajuuuaa atte el morroñis de la palma navolato, sinaloa ajuuaa.

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    1. Chapo and Mayo will never be respected in death by their rivals.
      Money can buy power but never respect.

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    2. Hey bro, so what do think about the Australian surfers? I noticed you didn't comment on that one.

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    3. CAF is not dead. La Baja belongs to los Arellanos. First rule in Warfare never under estimate your enemies power and will to fight. Imperial county and Mexicali now thats the golden area

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    4. So when will you guys be getting married?

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    5. el mayel higuera responsable por la matanza de ensenada donde masacraron asta ninios y ahora testigo proteguido del gob. de usa a esos lacras respetas ,pobre morro as de ser igual de lacra que ellos. :)

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    6. 5:02 exactly what is a "true" killer? Is it someone who kills you until you are TRULY dead as opposed to killing you halfway?OR is it because they dont LIE to the victims as to why they are about to kill them? Is there such a thing as a false killer and are their victims any less dead than those murdered by the true killers? And my last question is..Do you know how efin stupid you sound?

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    7. We can say 5:02 is a true dumbass. It just does'nt get any more real than that folks.

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    8. Why are you guys hating on me ? Atte el morroñis de la palma navolato, sinaloa ajuuaa.

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    9. I like you buddy. Thanks to you , they will catch El Chapo soon. I don't think chapo can run as fast with you all on his nuts.

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    10. LMFAO!!!!!!! @12:06 U MADE MY DAY MY DUDE! big props.. let that annoying ass cheerleader spill her lungs out bout xhapo

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  4. That ain't no shootout....but a son of "el mon" could be what the arellanos need to get back in the game and retake tijuana

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    1. 5:27 El "mon" school did not work for him, what makes you think it will work for his son?

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  5. On Friday night I was at las pulgas night club in TJ where Enigma Norteño was performing. Before they started to sing Ernesto the lead of the band said that they were only there to sing and not to cause trouble. He also mentioned that TJ will always be CAF, interested to heard that since Enigma Norteño sings to CDS. I wonder if he was obligated to say that or just using that as a protection to a hit.

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    1. PA TODA LA PLEBADA .......... DEL CARTEL ARELLANO

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    2. Remember the cartel killed their drummer like 2 years ago.

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    3. HEELP!!! WHO ARE THE TIJUANA TUCAN CARTEL?
      --this is not about los Tucanes musical group...

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    4. 7:45 LOL at your "HEELP!!!"

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  6. Caf is back, Aquiles think it again, let the show continue in full motion pls!

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    1. ... Too Much Assumptions Here On BB ... Fact, Arrellanos Are Not From TJ And The Family Was Placed/Given The Plaza Many Years Ago ... So Tell Tall Tales And Keep Up The Simplistic Thinking About CDS ... Do You People Really Think That All The CAF Money Stays With The Arrellano's? There Has Been Structure Amoung The Cartels For Many Years And They All Pay ^, Regardless Of The In-Fighting Between Themselves Or Within Any 1 Organization ...

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    2. Slot of the younger arrellanos are from tj

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    3. I presume they all pay the military, all the poolice corporations, the city majors, the state governors and all of them tithe the federal government, who also gets their part from the cartel leaders and steal turf and business from them once they think they know it all, like little bitch peña nieto and his grupo atracomulco...

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  7. Old days when i waa little mocoso in my love tijuana ramon se paseaba por todo tijuana cause at that time nobody new who he was , me and many of school friends met him he will say "puro sinaloa compa no hay mas" and we were like yeah even tho we were from tijuana he just was a scary man , by the way good article Otis B

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    1. I believe it, people from tijuana, sonora and chihuahua are on sinaloa nuts. You go to any of those places and half their family will claim they are from sinaloa and you meet the other half and they say the ones claming sinaloa are just dumb.. lol

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    2. True evryone in cali is on sinaloa band wagon

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    3. Maybe some lames are on the Sinaloa jock, but fo sho Not Michoacan!

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    4. That's funny. Its funny to hear from people that know absolutely nothing. People from chihuahua are very proud people. Aint no plebes over there. Puro muchacho chiludo.

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    5. Here in cali a most of michoacan decent love sinaloa their corridos the style man purses and the lingo viejon chavalon few from zacatecas Chihuahua durango. And others still.have that vaquero ranchero pride

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    6. But its all a theatre that's what makes it so damn hysterical. People that aren't from sinola are fighting or representing for it likes it where they took their first shit.
      Then you got legit Sinolas and most of them listen to their own bands or regular ranchito musico like every one else.

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    7. 100% Chihuahua. Never anything else. No man purse. No Ferrari gear. No plebes. No Chapo. Arriba Cuatemoc

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  8. Tijuana is done since the death and captured of the sinaloense brothers the arellano cartel went down, endina arellano la senora de sinaloa is the one in charge of the cartel in tijuana not piloto that guy doesnt exsist

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      Cartel Arrellano Felix

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  10. Los Aretes Siguimos Activos En La Baja CAF-lifornia

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  11. By the way Ramon arrellano killed himself. He did not want to be captured by his enemies. His bodyguard was not killed and passed this info to don Benjamin... El 88..

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    1. He was also gay, which there is nothing wrong with. The stories about this so called son is B/S.

      Why have we never heard of any children until now?

      He was never married and rarely seen with a woman. Always with those rich teenage boys...

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    2. @9.41 you are assuming he had no illegitimate children.

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    3. RA was indeed married. He married Evangelina Casillas back in the late 80s and continued that marriage till his death. They both only had one daughter never a son. It was also well known that back in the 80s Ramon was involved with plenty of young little numbers from the creme of the creme families within the Tijuana society. Ramon used to gear up in gold chains encrusted in rubies and scrape the curb with his small fleet of sports cars despite of Benjamin constantly reprimanding him of not showing off flash to avoid both governments breathing down their necks. Anyways of course he had options to a vareity of poon. During that mid 80 era was when you would see Ramon y la bola all over the club bar scene in la Tia Juana straight thuggin that life. If RA ever had a son, it must of been outside of marriage before he met Eva. I am certained that this "Piloto" character is nothing but a ploy.

      Disclaimer: Eva's family is known to mine.

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    4. @Otis, you are assuming he did. What proof is there either way?

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    5. Well, el H Beltran leyva, is famous for being an "art dealer" of expensive tastes and dealing in real estate and luxuries not favored by real narco men, violent and murdering, while the BLO were around the televisa cartel, he was also married with children but the fame is there...it just happens everywhere, people talk about el ondeado too, I don't know, it would not be just the Cofradia de la Mano Caida de Loret de Mola, supported by too many coincidences to not be true, including the I say so of El Negro Durazo, EL PRIMER GENERAL DE LA POLICIA MEXICANA, DE 5 ESTRELLAS cabrones, no se equivoquen, el general Durazo si era hombre y se limpiaba.el overthere con los ginirales del ejercito, Almirantes del navy y generales de la juersa aeria...

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    6. 1:19pm
      Fake "general", appointed by personal fiat... Never deserved those stars.

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    7. 11:37 yes, he knew it, everybody knew it, and yet, everybody bent over for 5 star general while he was there, eating up their own little manhood and military pride, evenezuela little murdering "ginirals" Burrolas and Cienpedos, now trying to show balls by murdering innocent mexicans all over the land while still serving their masters on all fours...

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  12. Los de tijuana son igual de pendejos que los golfos

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  13. Cartel Arellano Felix, but now its name is "DECAF" heheheee....sin huevos ni chorizo ni nada...

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    1. Lol....where your Cartel De Snitches at puto??? Hiding like little bitches...

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    2. DECAF!
      I haven't laughed that hard in while, thank you

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    3. 10:35 Yer welcome, that one never fails, I keep it at the top of the rollodeck, and never say that in person to anybody, porque te la van a partir, y bien partida

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  14. To the cartel cheerleaders, in short skirts and pompoms, this is like watching porn.

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  15. These motha fuckas is as dead as Logan heights that's who was the muscle behind caf !!!dont believe the hype el piloto has some one in Jalisco state that operates from puente grande and is backed my mencho caf ain't shit if el inge couldn't do shit how is this fool gunna do any difference lmao

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    1. Apart from the Jalisco pice, you make a very good point. If the guy the called el Inge couldn't make it, how do you suppose this guy " El piloto" is. Unless someone more powerful is using him to recruit as well as a way to legitimize their beef in TJ

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  16. Youtube damage krew a lot of tijuana propaganda

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  17. Basically CAF are just a local operation in Tijuana now. Lots of there members are independent and went to join CDS or the "Nuevo CAF". I'd say Acquiles is the most powerful right now but definitely not untouchable. The main reason he's big is he's got backing from the CDS power structure and has carried out many important murders of rivals. There are lots of methheads and independents switching sides in Tijuana so very hard to tell.

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    1. Dont caf got back up from the leyvas or the zetas?

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    2. 8:08 More like they better pay piso.
      I know if you sell dope in a Cali hood and the Surenos find out they call their Superiors up and pay you a little visit. If you pay you can stay if you play you go away. AFO/CAF is all business remember it was CDS that did not want to pay in Juarez so they Paid for a while in Tia Juana till they gathered enough info and sent law enforcement to do their work.
      Smarter yes but no testosterone in CDS puro Cartel De Soplones al %100 con los gringos.

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    3. The hell ? Not if the ones selling dope are the sinaloans. They all stick together trust me I've seen it first hand. The only kill each other when its personal and most of the time its personal its never business

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    4. pL 8:29 saludos viejo.. estoy de acuerdo contigo amigo. arriba la mana

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  18. Ramon took his own life and viva el piloto!

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  19. OFF TOPIC: 2 December, SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. —14 DEAD, 14 WOUNDED The police in San Bernardino mounted an intense manhunt for gunmen who fired dozens of shots Wednesday inside a conference hall where county employees had gathered at a service center for people with disabilities in San Bernardino, Calif. leaving at least 14 dead and 14 wounded. The authorities reported the fatalities at a news conference where they said they were still searching for suspects.

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    1. "San Bernardino is No. 13—the thirteenth mass public shooting in the United States in the past week.

      Most of the others—in Boston, Houston, Sacramento—haven’t received much national news attention, because Americans are still absorbing the horror of what happened last week, when, on the day after Thanksgiving, a man was arrested after going on a rampage at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs, killing three people and injuring nine others.

      It’s too soon to know what led to the killings in San Bernardino, but it’s a strange fiction to pretend, as we often do, that we have yet to understand what led us to this broader moment. Some of the reasons are in plain sight, and have been for decades.

      Week by week, or, recently, hour by hour, we tally the carnage. In a study last year, scholars at the Harvard School of Public Health found that, between 1982 and 2011, public mass shootings—a definition intended to exclude domestic and gang-related violence—occurred every two hundred days.

      Since September, 2011, this interval has sunk by more than two-thirds, to sixty-four days. Using a broader definition (shootings, not fatalities), there has been more than one mass shooting every day this year, including twelve in the past week.

      In the period since Islamic State militants attacked Paris, on November 13th, Republican Presidential candidates have raced to declare ..“There is no greater risk to our security than radical Islamic terrorists.”

      Law-enforcement statistics, and practitioners, tell a different story. In the years since the 9/11 attacks, the United States has suffered sixty-five assaults associated with right-wing ideologies—“sovereign citizens,” white supremacists, and anti-abortion extremists—and twenty-four by Muslim extremists, according to the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism, at the University of Maryland.

      You might think that this under represents the risk of a spectacular, high-casualty attack, but, as my colleague John Cassidy has written, the security officials who protect the public against both domestic and foreign terrorists say the domestic risk is greater. The terrorism experts Charles Kurzman, of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and David Schanzer, of Duke, surveyed nearly four hundred state and local police agencies, and found that the “main terrorist threat in the United States is not from violent Muslim extremists but from right-wing extremists.”
      Here's the link to the rest of the NEW YORKER article:
      http://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/when-gun-violence-meets-ideology

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  20. Arriba el Cartel Arellano Felix
    Intruders 1

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  21. Beautiful video showing how humans live in meckico bloody animals fighting over peso no hope for this country

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  22. What does his alias mean I don't speak Spanish?

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    1. Same damn thing it means in English. Lol

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    2. 7:48 what alias, piloto? It is an airplane operator, aviator, car driver, the pilot that remains lighted to ignite a fuel source, the name of a champion zeta horse, I'm not sure, hey google it, yahoo!!!

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    3. Alias means alias! Same word in English dumbass

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    4. El Mon is short for Ramon

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    5. THANK YOU 2:44...

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    6. Pilot that's what it means

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