Friday, January 22, 2016

El Javier attacks

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

[Subject Matter: Jose Guadalupe Acosta Lopez ( El Javier ), Los Damasos, Los Mayitos, Los Pepillos
Recommendation: Read this related article see link]

The primary investigations and testimonies about the executions of the last few weeks in Los Cabos point to the Plaza Boss El Javier for Los Damasos. In La Paz the new criminal chief of  Los Damazo have opened another battle front against Los Mayitos and the remnants of Los Pepillos for control of narco trafficking.



Reporter: Zeta Investigations and Cortesia

Cabo San Lucas: When the narco trafficker, Jose Guadalupe Sandez Lopez "El Docil" was attacked on the morning of the 27th of December of 2015 in Las Divinas Bar in the Zona Dorada tourist destination he was killed.

Weeks after, the 24 year old victim's friends and family, said he had received death threats from the Plaza Boss of San Jose del Cabo, Jose Guadalupe Acosta Lopez "El Javier", after having deserted his criminal cell and integrating himself into a Los Mayito's crew. (Otis: what did they think would happen if he did this?)



The primary investigations indicate that the drug dealer was with one of his four friends, when on the night of the 26th of December they were celebrating the second anniversary of the club "Nocturno", where the narco corrido group Revolver Cannabis were playing until 6am.

When "El Docil" was attacked, the killers knew that he was unarmed and was dressed in a white and black Polo shirt, blue jeans, black training shoes, and a black hat with white stitching on the front. They also knew who he was with and what time he would exit the bar. There were waiting to ambush and kill him.

After leaving the bar in an advanced state of inebriation, call the valet to bring the car belonging to his friend, in less than five minutes the killers appeared wearing black and walking down the sidewalk, they walked up to him and opened fire at point blank range immediately outside the club.

When the Sicario's opened fire, they fired five shots at "El Docil", two hit him, one in the neck and one in the windpipe, the other three embedded themselves in the club's front door frame.

Between the rain of bullets, a friend of the deceased, Sergio Palomares Gavarain " El Yeyo ", (Otis: make an effort with the nicknames!"), saw him on the floor and picked him up, shielding him with his body and dragging him off down the road.

He managed a block and a half before the Sicario's caught up with him, they fired two rounds at him, one of which hit him in the right buttock, he fell and called out "El Docil, run run they are coming for you," as he hit the floor.

Looking towards his friend he heard two more detonations, he felt one bullet hit him in the abdomen which flipped him over on the floor, he could see the body of his friend lying on the pavement at Leona Vicario street between 16th of September and Lazaro Cardenas boulevard, in the heart of Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur.


As soon as the job was complete the killers faded into the background, and none of the few witnesses were able to see their faces due to the lack of street lighting, nor did they know which direction the killers left.

Relatives and friends of Sandez Lopez describe the attackers in the following manner:

* A subject of thin complexion, approximately 1.75 meters tall, clear skin and around 26 years old, dressed in a black shirt with a black cap.

* A man of regular stature, approximately 1.65 meters tall, clear skin and between 30 and 32 years old, dressed in a sweatshirt and black cap.

The attack

On the morning when the drug dealer was executed, a life long resident of La Paz, who had gone to a sea food restaurant, and was accompanied by the following persons:

* Sergio Palomera Gavarain "El Yeyo", who had criminal antecedents, and served time for vehicle theft.

* Marino Medina Gomez "El Marino", with criminal antecedents, and served time for drug dealing.

* Enrique Gutierrez Rivera, Inspector of Coordination for Fiscal Inspection in San Jose del Cabo.

* Ivan Miramontes Gamez

"El Marino" explained to the authorities that the four of them arrived around one in the morning, after having travelled from San Jose del Cabo to Cabo San Lucas, aboard a Chevrolet Captiva, the property of the sister of Enrique Gutierrez Rivera.

Already inside "Las Divinas" they started to drink strong alcoholic drinks, they stopped drinking when the group Revolver Cannabis finished their set around six am, they had been dancing with the sisters of a drug dealer, Gladis Nubia Lopez Alvarez and Johana Sandez Lopez.

After leaving the bar, the Inspector asked the valet to bring their vehicle, and it was just at this moment when they attack was launched.

The two gunmen in black hats appeared suddenly outside the nightclub front door.

The first had a semi automatic pistol in his right hand and began to walk towards the group of "El Docil", when the second attacked uncovered his weapon.

The first of the killers levelled his weapon at Jose Guadalupe, pulled the trigger and had a misfire, he lowered the weapon, racked the slide and cleared the stoppage and started firing.

When the shooting started, three of the group with "El Docil" ran for their lives, leaving only "El Docil" and his friend "El Yeyo", who was trying to save the life of his friend.

Meanwhile Enrique Gutierrez Rivera and Ivan Miramontes Gamez disappeared from the scene of the crime, "El Marino" observed in the corner of the bar, a man who had arrived in a Chevrolet Spark, a man so desperate to escape in fear for his life, he beat up the owner of the bar to get outside, jumped into his vehicle and sped off when he heard two more gunshots.

"El Marino" stole a car from the parking lot and left the scene of the crime and accelerated away until the traffic signals at Boulevard Lazaro Cardenas and Calle Morelos, and did U turn with the intention of returning to San Jose del Cabo.

However, when he arrived at the other side of the traffic signals, he did another U turn and returned to his companions at Las Divinas, repeatedly hitting the car horn, but nobody appeared, he went and came back another time, then fled towards San Jose del Cabo in the stolen vehicle.

A patrol of Preventative Police, Public Security and Municipal Transit Police, observed "El Marino" speeding in the vehicle, when he noticed the Police he tried to flee and was pursued until he stopped outside a Oxxo store, in the Colinas Plus Fraccionamiento in San Jose del Cabo. "El Marino was detained and transferred to the Municipal Police headquarters in Los Cabos.

The investigation

In the hands of the Police, Medina Gomez accepted that he fled Cablo San Lucas, because his boss had been shot at the bar Las Divinas, of whom, he was a bodyguard, and is dedicated to drug dealing.

Visibly nervous, "El Marino" said that he knew that "El Docil" had been operating for a criminal group of Jose Guadalupe Lopez Rivera "El Javier", in San Jose del Cabo, but for three or four weeks after had deserted to integrate as cell boss that controls the business in Cabo San Lucas and La Paz, but he assured he didn't know who he works for or what he is called.

The night of the attack, "El Docil" had an altercation with man inside the bathroom of the bar, but El Marino didn't say with whom or why, only that his boss had commented to him, when they had gone to the bathroom together to snort some cocaine.

The version of "El Marino" coincides with the testimony of Sergio Palomera Gavarain "El Yeyo" who after being interrogated admitted to being an auxiliary for bodies of security, finished by detailing that Sandez had been threatened three weeks earlier by his previous boss and mentor "El Javier".

He included, " I knew that the sister of Jose Guadalupe, whose name is Gladis Nubia Lopez Alvarez, some people had seen her and questioned her about "El Docil", asking where he lived and who were selling the drugs that were being brought to Cabo San Lucas and La Paz.

Completely broken, "El Yeyo" accepted knowing that his friend was a drug dealer for "Los Mayitos" and had a strong cocaine addiction.

The primary investigations of the PGJE on the armed attack at Las Divinas, postulated that "El Docil" was given up by one of his companions on that night, they are particularly suspicious of Enrique Gutierrez Rivera for three reasons:

* Since the attack he has not appeared on either side, and is the only one that has not given an official statement about the bloody attack, so it is presumed that he is being hidden under the protection of "El Javier".

* On the night of the crime, from his cell , there had been a crossing of information about the suspect and the presumed assassins via text and whassap messages.

* A call and messages that Gutierrez had exchanged with the Commander of Public Security, Preventative Police and Municipal Transit Police of Los Cabos, Paul Fiol Contreras, where they spoke about "El Docil", and how he would be in Las Divinas on the night of the 26th of December, it is alleged that he was involved in the planning and logistics of the crime of drug dealing, and despite having a headquarters opposite the bar, suspiciously there was not an agent or a patrol until 30 minutes after the incident, when they appeared to allow the assassins to escape on foot.


In the identification of the Sicario's, the PGJE have little or no idea of their identity, for the following reasons:

* The cctv cameras in the bar don't work, and even if they did there is no way of revising the images after, during or before the armed attack.

* The only public security camera in this area of the Zona Dorada is designated C-2, was pointed towards Plaza Puerto Paraiso, and because of that did not capture the moment of the attack.

* The two Sicario's couldn't be identified by face, because the street lighting in this area doesn't work, and because of that its impossible to give photo fit details.

Therefore, the investigation will be prepared mostly from witness testimony that can identify the perpetrators of the attack. Three different handguns were used in the attack in calibers, 9mm, .38, and .45 according to the PGJE ballistics studies. These weapons have not previously been used in the war between drug dealers in Baja California Sur.

The crimes

Despite the information released that is related to "high impact crimes" or "intentional homicide" by the PGJE and Secretariat of State Public Security, under the pretext of a transition to the new Criminal Justice System and desperate attempts by the Government of Carlos Mendoza Davis to hide and disguise the crime wave in recent weeks in La Paz and Los Cabos.

The resurgence in violence for control of the drug trafficking plaza is between the criminal cells of Jose Guadalupe Acosta Lopez "El Javier", the new cell boss of the Los Damaso; and that of Luis Antonio Montoya Beltran "El Artista" or "Don Carlos", of Los Mayitos.


After an apparent calm in La Paz, the realignment of criminal groups continues to generate kidnappings, executions and armed attacks as the sides line up against their rivals, even though to a lesser extent than under the previous administration.

The first week of November of 2015. Zeta published the article " the war that's coming ", where according to reports from Federal and Military intelligence, the new fight was brewing between the criminal cells of Damazo Lopez Serrano "El Mini-Lic" and Ismael "El Mayo" Zambada for control of the sale, distribution and transit of drugs in Los Cabos, leading to a possible resurgence of violence in La Paz, and that they were not take measures conducive to a clash between the criminal organizations.

However, according to a member of the Group for Coordination of Public Security, since the same government of Baja California Sur is promoting this clash is inevitable, because " the high command" of the State Preventative Police and the Municipal Corporations of Los Cabos and La Paz, they are operating for some criminal groups, offering not only protection, they have been detaining drug dealers of their antagonistic groups, under whatever pretext, some were clean when detained, but charged with drugs and consigned to present themselves for work.

"This combination could be the initial detonation of a new and most dangerous armed confrontation, which could include Policemen being killed," said the member of the Inter-Institutional Consulting Group who spoke to Zeta, and according to evidence, the Police are actively participating, as in the case of Commissioner of the State Preventative Police, Francisco Javier Montano Romero, native of San Jose del Cabo, and who without a police profile, but being an endearing friend of the Secretary General of the Government, has ordered his people to take action in favor of "Los Damaso."

The member of the Group for Coordination of Public Security explained that " the evidence that's most absurd is that all of the detained by the State Preventative Police, are only users or drug dealers.

But until now together with the Municipal Police of La Paz and Los Cabos, they haven't detained one single boss or Lieutenant of drug trafficking, they haven't got to the bottom of the problem".

Like when in February of 2015, they captured the ex plaza boss of drug trafficking in La Paz, Rolando Gonzalez Moreno "El Compadron, by the Mexican Army, (Otis: see link to article on his capture).

In the investigation against the ringleaders of drug trafficking, those outside the PGR do not act even though they know their location and movements.

Events after the execution of "El Docil", this was the first time the the name of "El Javier" had been mentioned as plaza boss of drug trafficking in San Jose del Cabo, who has figured in a criminal case, of having ordered various crimes in the last few weeks in Los Cabos and La Paz, inclusive of having ordered the hanging of mantas on bridges in Cabo San Lucas, threatening and advertising against "Los Mayitos".

The attacks attributed to the new cell boss of the criminal organization of Damaso Lopez Serrano "El Mini Lic", who opened a new battle front in La Paz against "Los Mayitos" and the remains of "Los Pepillos" are the following:

* On the first of January 2016 he ordered the murder of a drug dealer linked to the criminal group of  Martin Octavio Burgeno Reyes "El Viejo Pelon", of the former group "Los Pepillos" and the alleged successor of the former plaza boss of the South of La Paz, Jose Fernando Torres Montenegro "El Pepillo".

The assassins arrived aboard three vehicle, a Volkswagen Jetta, and two pickups, a Ranger and a Cherokee and after descending into Calle Geologica between Ciencias Sociales and Norte in the Solidaridad Colonia, commenced strafing three cars parked on a property.

The only inhabitant, Emilio Maldonado Castro "El Milo", 20 years of age, came out of the property, and as he didn't know the woman they were looking for, they dragged him outside into the street where six men proceeded to beat him to death.

The response of "El Viejon Pelon", came two days after, when, according to the primary investigations, officials responded to an attack in Calle Colima and Forjadores in the Domingo Carballo Felix Colonia of La Paz.

After delivering three Sicario's on board a Ford Explorer pickup fought inside the domicile of two drug dealers working for "El Javier".

The drug dealers, identified  as Jesus Emmanuel Camacho "El Cromo" and Carlos Guadalupe Martinez Higuera "El Carlitos", employed by Raul Castillo del Rosa "El Cochi", Lieutenant of Jose Guadalupe Acosta Lopez in La Paz.




The injured men explained that "El Cochi" had designated that house as point of sale of drugs, one of many that "El Javier" had opened in La Paz, recruiting drug dealers who had been adrift after the withdrawal of Los Damaso from the South-Californian Capital.

Original article in Spanish at Zetatijuana

69 comments:

  1. who are all those pelones on that picture?? They look all malillotas any clue as to which is which???

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    1. Those are chapos people that's why he got caught

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    2. Al final del dia estos dizque "jefes de plaza" andan corriendo de aqui pa alla y ganan lo mismo que un dishwasher de aca :(

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  2. Esos cholos son los que controlan baja califorina?

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    1. Vario logan CAF

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    2. No Mayo Zambada controla todo

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    3. Y los antrax? ...

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  3. CAF is back taking out chapo

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    1. Did you read any part of the story???? Just in case you dont know chapo is in jail again how us he getting taken out?

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    2. Chapo got betrayed just like he got betrayed

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    3. If you read the article you will know it was in Cabo San Lucas no Tijuana. CAF used to control only half of Baja California Norte

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  4. Who hired these midgets? Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz? It was a good read but you lose track with all these nicknames. (No fault of BB.) All that El this and that, and it all boils down to criminal. They should just use the nicknames, criminal 1, criminal 2. All their guns are taller than they are.

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    1. I like the nicknames. Mexico's names are too long and reusing names. Way too confusing.

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    2. What I can't stand is when they don't have unique names. Chapo, Antrax, piloto... Way overused names.

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    3. Where is Carlito Briganti? I don't see no carlito briganti there ... Only in the USA, he must in NY or Chicago or some where, that for sure ... Carlito where you at? Ja-Ja ...

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    4. 11:54 los r's and los R's are unique, noo?

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    5. 9:45 we have worse, real cocksuckers, Carlos salinas de gortari, Carlos slim helu, Carlos Ahumada kurtz, Carlos hank gonzalez, Carlos hank rohn, each worth a million carlito...

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    6. In case you forgot these guys use GUNS and Grenades to fight.You dont really need to be a TALL person to murder..You are looking for sexy where there is nothing but violence...Besides havent you heard of short mans complex..Lil ppl try harder to prove they can do what taller ppl can do..Chapo is brilliant after all...

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    7. 1:34. Yes los R's would be unique I guess. Not very Googlable but that may ok ok for them. But it could be made fun of in English. Los Arse.

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  5. You should put names or aliases on those pics. We readers need some sort of reference. Thanks!

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  6. The cholo pic the only smart one there is the guy covering his face with his arm hahaha

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  7. Javier Torres de los llanos?

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  8. Hay otros que a puros balazos , con cuernos , granadas defiendon sus vidas. - El Coyote

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  9. Hmmm. So these Damaso attacks begun while Chapo was still on the lam in Sinaloa.. Either Damasos had the green light from Chapo to overrun Mayos out of Baja or they did on their own. The timing of all this recent activity seems to point towards Mayo got heated Chapo gave his blessing and maybe had a hand in his capture as well. To all the lames on here who don't know how real shit works, ALL IS FAIR IN LOVE AND WAR.

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    1. Baja California Sur's "gobernador" picking and making winners, no secretary of governance grants "impunity" or plazas without the higher ups approval, request or orders...
      --Besides, heating up the plaza proves paramilitary from the US is needed, they want the "millions" involved, but do not see it is "millions of 'pesos' only"...but they may see billions of dollars from the drug trafficking possibilities, and all that coast full of beachfronts...
      --Blame el mayo el mini-mamason or el chapo, and avoid getting cogidos yourselves 'poor little pooiticians'

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    2. Boom there it is.

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    3. No por nada son el cartel de las TRAICIONES!

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    4. Mini-mamason or mini-mamadas?

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  10. 11:52"


    Lazcano Treviño Carillo Beltran

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  11. R the damasos still cds?

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  12. these guys bodyguards are nobodies who run when its time to fight???? smh

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    1. That's exacly what i was thinking lol but he was more than a friend than body guard. you know friends are the first to run when shit hits the fan

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    2. that is true @1:14 lol

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  13. How much could these guys actually be making around there

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    1. Cabo has tons of rich tourists but I assume it has no value beyond retail market (I could be wrong)....but if these morons light it up the tourists go bye bye....look at Acapulco

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    2. I had the same question when the Damasos Mayos went at it the first time and was given the exact same answer you were given but I've heard around in Cali that Baja is where THE big money smuggling routes are right now. Not surprised if Chapo had a hand inthe proxy war via los Damasos against his old partner who controls Baja California.

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  14. Agree @1:37, if your 'bodyguards' run from the fight without firing a shot or covering you -your tenure as the leader of a break away group will be (was) short lived. But aleast he made U turns & honked out front until the police arrived 30 minutes later. Only to be caught speeding & then just sings like a canary after his questioning (beating.)

    FYI: Mex President pushing to speed up extradition of Chapo to the US, part of his speech at the Davo Conference.

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    1. Chocolate Abuelita 2x5.oo dollars = advertisement...
      --"El chapo es un peligroso criminal"
      --"El estado mexicano"
      --"lo tenemos"
      =Propaganda Comunista from a dangerous criminal, murderer of the mexican people he pretends to represent but in fact just represses, while stealing all he can and imprisoning the discontent...despreatly seeking that epn's white house, atenco, tlatlaya, his zeta past and connections, atracomulco, atenco...
      Go away and nobody remembers any of it...oh, I was forgetting the 43 and michoacan...see the mexican propaganda "works"

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  15. Pardon my ignorance, but how could people in the same cartel go to war? I know its said that sinaloa is more like a loose federation of gangs, so well, but states don't go to war over disputes! That's what the central govt ensures. Can someone shed some light?

    Gracias

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    1. In the religion of Islam, there are 2 major factions (Sunnis and Shias) that for centuries have murdered each other believing their version of Islam is the only way to Allah yet when shit hits the fan like a Christian occupation or jews or whoever, they unite into a war machine. Same shit here. Also the efforts to stop drug smuggling into the US has made them venture in retail sales in Mexico which is another beast in itself. So much money going around and these assholes can't figure out a way to spread the wealth.#Greed

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    2. The sunnies and the Shia started their little wars because their "friendly amigos" egged them onto each other's throaths, with a big helping of "Wasabi Sauce" doing the dirty work for them after beating their nazi friends, the UK, THE US, italy, germany, france, israel, benefit by owning the arabs oil behind the courtains... this is not about dates and palms, but about mirages...of $$$...not much of it for the Arab peoples, they are fueled by allah...

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    3. 8:38 for your sake I hope you're not serious.

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    4. Dude,its the troll of BB.Been here for years unfortunately,spreading hate and negativity,the same boring old shit as this.The clown has probably never visited other countries but is an expert?Imagine how much shit of this troll doesn't get posted?This is the downside of anonymous comments.

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  16. Is the money that attractive even for local intercity traffickers? I mean, the career path leads to either a psychotic life or a painful death.

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    1. We all have an expiration date dog. Some of us will go quietly and others painfully but in the end, we all end up at the same.

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    2. Sure we'll all die, and I accept that, but I believe in God, in a life after this one. I believe hell is real and heaven is real, and that the Bible is the literal and true word of God.

      That said, I wouldn't want to end in hell. Senor Pablo, for all the money he had, is probably in hell.

      Help me God. Help all who believe in You Lord, Amen.

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    3. 4 out of 5 is not bad...but i doubt your preacher or priest wpuld even claim the bible is the literal word of God..The bible doesnt even make that claim itself.

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  17. I'm really confused when it comes to this situation maybe I'm not reading these articles right but..... who's fighting who mayo vs chapo???? Some one please explain in English please no rude comments I'm really interested just don't seem to understand who is fighting who.

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    1. Los damaso which is part of cds and ran by el mini lic who is the son of damaso nunez. Hence the name los damasos. They are fighting for control of the retail market in the area against los mayitos. Mayitos are el mayo zambadas group in the area. They are both of cds but still they wage war. In my opinion i think los damaso have broken away from cds and are doing their own thing n thats y theyre fighting mayos ppl. I cant c any other explanation for it cuz y would the cartel b fighting each other n heating up their own plaza which will bring heat from cops n also diminish the manpower of the cartel in the area which could pave the way for another cartel to move n and take over

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    2. Mayo always been chapos daddy, chapo is a snitch

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    3. Its damaso vs mayo they both the same cartel and the reason for it im guessing is greed some areas are more profitable than others

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    4. True, no doubt

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    5. The boss has always been mayo chapo has only been the maskcot

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    6. PERRAS DEL CHAPO MAKING CHISMES ABOUT PERRAS DEL MAYO...
      AND PERRAS DEL MAYO MAKING CHISMES ABOUT PERRAS DEL CHAPO...
      Not long ago a divide and conquer campaign was started between el chapo and los beltranes, it is still blamed on el chapo, or los beltranes, but all that happened was, atracomulco obtained the beltranes empire, now any remaining BLO work for el cartel de 'los pinos/atracomulco-beltrones axis of evil...'

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    7. That don't make any sense just like the infighting between the CDG those guys need to get off the gas and go back to the old ways of shot going good and under control that is just pure bs

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  18. If there are any photos of the suspected criminals, perhaps they should be shared. May be surprising how some citizens may really tip of authorities. They called about Chapo's gunmen. It seems there is way too much protection provided for these criminals in Mexico. Heck if these suckers were in the US, their photos would be plastered everywhere with every fake name they ever used. I can't quite grasp this. If they are being sought, and they already know they are, then why can,t available photos be posted with their real names for public help? It's no secret they are criminals. Citizens are forced to live by a known murderer but cannot be told they are one? Nicknames are not enough.

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    1. People in Mexico need to take to more responsibility in reporting armed men or kidnaps whatever.
      Blaming everyone else doesn't cut it.

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    2. --Reporting crime or criminals "to the poolice" gets you in sure trouble, they are usually the poolice boys...
      --secretary of gobierno javier duarte de ochoa once sent about 70 state police to fack up some people, in veracruz, and they almost got killed...
      Now gobernador duarte de ochoa still murders veracruzanos or whatever with impunity, he is still tight with peña nieto, but his "Policia Nacional de la Huasteca" involving san luis potosi, coahuila, queretaro hidalgo tamaulipas and veracruz will never take flight...too many pinchis pajaras nalgonas there...

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  19. Those putas in the pic is the reason why America needs the 2nd amendment!
    Not smart enough to be chicken herders!

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  20. Look at the background in the cholo pic...those dudes are poor. No different than some cholos in la doing their thing in the ghetto...maybe more violent

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  21. Who are these guys enemies? "Shirts!"

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    1. The cholos in the picture are called los Moles. They're all deportee's from different clicks North and South. They used to be further north in tijuana but were lured South by los Damazos. Bad idea to hire guns who give themselves away with their looks.

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  22. Surenos are deep in los cabos. But they're lowlifes for the most part that destroy neighboorhoods. Graffiti, car breakins, littering, and harassing folks. I'd rather live next door to a cartel boss in a gated community, than a Colonia full of these fuckers

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  23. Manic Millie on here,its like a fuckin BB spammer,must make harder work for staff having to moderate all his hate shit and gibbering nonsense ?

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    1. 10:02 propaganda will not save mexico, let's bring out the truth and all the shit, tar and feather all the assholes, if you were not that much of a pendejo you would see that there are problems bigger than your big fat ass 'mary kohn'... and I am not the one causing them...go back to your Guerras de Mentiras, GÜEY...

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    2. Wuuu, my comments are not always posted but when they are, they are...thanks BB, and screw the pinchi puercas squealing like piggy boy at 10:02...how's about Manic Winnie?

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  24. 9mm .38 and .45 never been used in cabo? Thats pretty much every common hand gun... lol so what they been using bbs?

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