Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Tijuana: Violence continues to spiral

Tijuana: Public executions continue

Violence tends to follow a trend in Tijuana, constant escalations and killings that threaten to return to the gruesome public atrocities that infected the city in 2008, in the months after El Teo and El Inge's gunmen publicly severed ties.  That shootout at Insurgentes bridge left 15 dead in the aftermath of a running gun battle, cars and businesses and bodies were riddled with high caliber bullets when it was over.  
The headlines and panicked cries of the public followed, and began the exodus of Tijuanese to San Diego communities, like Eastlake, Bonita, and La Jolla.  The body for body, limb for limb war also began, which destroyed any illusions of Tijuana's drug mafias, not having carte blanche in the city.  In the wake of that war, much as changed, leaders and depraved enforcers are captured, killed, influences are sold, resold, and sold again.  

Police chiefs, mayors, and governors cycle in and cycle out.  The Zeta publishes weekly.  The violence has yet to spill over the brutal metric of the 2008 years, but the widespread fears and insecurity continue to plague Tijuana.  Killings, shootings, and public displays of bodies always smooth out, just before boiling over.  The last few months in Tijuana have reached this level.  Dozens of murders, many in public, restaurants, as families dine, and later sit in shock, as killers empty bullet after bullet into their target, whose blood swims on the floor.  Bodies are found throughout the city, lower profile murders happen multiple times in a day, in neighboring colonias.


An 18 year old was shot 8 times, and killed this morning in Terras De De Valle, Omar Perez, executed around 5:00 AM by gunmen.  Last night, 4 gunmen entered the often crowded, large, Plaza Rio at killed a man who worked at a Currency Exchange, shooting him repeatedly, and stealing a bag the man carried, as he lay, dying.  The bag presumably contained the days take.  Currency changing facilities are known to launder drug proceeds, and would be an easy target for rivals, though nothing has been linked to organized crime in this case.  4 men to kill and rob one man, speaks to a planned murder, less then a simple robbery. 

And bodies keep turning up, in Playas, one mans body found decomposing in a 2003 Volkswagon, with Guerrero plates, and another bag of dismembered body parts tossed out of a truck in Lazaro Cardenas Colony, in the morning.  The body parts were in black bags, and tied with tan tape.  

The PEP arrested Daniel 'El Danny' Medina Ortega, a former employee of the detained Hugo Godoy, 'El Moreno' who ran distribution cells and killed many rivals in 2014 and 2015.  The cells were under Los Uriartes and fought Los Mayos.  Many 'Dannys' remain in Tijuana, 20 year old kids, knifes slick with blood, cell phones full of pics of bodies, 9mm's in their reach...

Sources: AFN Tijuana 



44 comments:

  1. Hopefully this ends soon.
    Say-ahn

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    1. It will never end my friend. It's moved into central california as there is a shooting in Salinas almost every day. Gang initiations. We may get a grip on it in California but Mexico is screwed for good.

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  2. As a Gringo who has spent the last twenty years of my (our)lifes living between Playas Tijauna and Llano Largo Acapulco. I need to ask this question: What the fuck is wrong with you people!? Really? This has nothing to do with poverty. The whole situation is sad.



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    1. Yo gringo, don't wanna hear from you when you get kidnapped.

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    2. Its all about power at the highest level of society.

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    3. 9:31. Shut up. Your just adding .more stupid shit on more stupid shit. YOUR NOT going to kidnap anybody so zip it

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    4. Typical answer from a Mexican to a 'gringo'
      Just stating what the fuck is wrong with you people?Killing each other,but the mantra of blame will blaze 'yo gringo,its all your fault'
      And the situation stays the same,people have to be responsible for their own actions,many humans can kill,but they abide by rules and law,no law or responsibility,what do you have?Take a fuckin wild guess,people killing people cause they can?

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    5. 9.31
      Yo smart ass,your the one who will be kidnapped,then again,not if your ass is in the US?
      Real question asked,but no answer except bullshit.
      Bet your not in Tijuana for a start,Texas,San Diego,Cali,where you at smart ass.Answer his question if you can,it is relevant?

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    6. Their not worth caring about,they hate everyone,specially gringos.

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    7. We just hate the drug trafficking gringos that launder all that money they make from drug trafficking...

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    8. Gringo: we are living in the last days,take a look around the globe right now,it's nothing but the Devil working 24/7 to take as many souls as possible every fucking day güero ,it's not just in Mexico,once again,freedom and peace of mind is what a man like me wants after all the bullshit and drama I went through when I used to drink.
      It's the most valuable thing even more than money,and that's the reason why I came here and love this country Gringo you feel me?
      I though you knew.
      From: Chiraq

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  3. Just as long as them Tijuas Tacos don't go up I'm price, kill them all n Let God sort them out.

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  4. Aquiles cleaning up

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    1. Lol< Akiles is on the run, he and his brother La rana, went to sinaloa and never came back to TJ, there on the run, so don't say stupid shit, CAF is cleaning all of sinaloa that still in Tj, Cartel de Tijuana, is al over los Akiles in la Baja

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    2. aquiles corrimos para tras a sinaloa

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    3. new Wikipedia for the Arellano Cartel... A cartel that was wiped out, that doesnt exist anymore but yet has accumulated more financial power and strength in numbers in these last couple years. enough to have full control of its plaza. eliminate their enemies, and yet have the enemy take all the blame while they sit back and take care of business as usual. thats the new phase of the Arellano Felix Cartel. "Menos Ruido Mas Accion"

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  5. Piloto cleaning up!

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    1. CAF?? Dude y'all CAF sympathyzers should give it up already. Chapo went to TJ, got a dick implant and chilled in town a few days. CAF don't run nothing in Tijuana.

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    2. so.. that little short fella can come as many times to get his winnie fix.. as long as he doesnt interfere with the plaza and respects the agreements already in motion theres no ptoblema

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  6. To the gringo: The U.S. has by far the highest murder rate of any developed nation. It's 5.2 murders per 100,000 people. That makes people in other countries, like Austria with fewer than one murder per 100,000 ask of Americans: What the hell is wrong with you people?"
    I look at the slaughter of babies at Sandy Hook and any number of other recent acts of wanton mass murder--Riverside was an act of legal U.S. residents-- and say gringos ought to get their own house in order before scolding Mexico.

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    1. You forgot to mention Mexico's per 100,000 murder rate which is I believe 24-28 long way off from US's.That's probably a low number too as Mexico skews it's ststistics! just a traveller

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    2. And you forgot to mention that the U.S. is the world's leading consumer of illicit drugs, which in turn fuels Mexico's murder rate. Stop abusing drugs, gringos, and the drug killings stop in Mexico. Really, Americans are in no moral position to lecture Mexico on anything.

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    3. @Canadiana: Yes, it would be interesting to gather the official statistics for murder rate PLUS the filed disapperances.. Not all disapperances is filed/taken up by the police BTW.
      Together it would be more accurate. Maybe Mexico will come close to El Salvador and Brazil then..

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    4. 1:47-I don't think it matters that US has a drug problem,it's the world,Europe,Asia,Austrailia.Now Mexico has a drug problem and that's spiking the violence.There's Compton's all over the place.Even guys that never smuggled ever to US.It's a local retail drug problem.Fighting over street corners.

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    5. 3:33-good point.You are right if you add the disappearances it sure would blow those 20 some per 100,000 away.I also read on here I believe that Mexico reports it differently on multiple murders so if 7 guys are slayed it counts as 1[stupid really] so now we are on par with Jamaica at 60 some per 100,000.

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    6. To all those who want to somehow blame America for the killings in Mexico...are you mentally insane? Do you NOT know that you should NOT kill? Especially your OWN country-men? HOW does drug use influence THAT decision making, that knowledge? Also, because I buy gasoline I am ALSO responsible for anyone getting hurt pumping oil? How the hell does that make any sense? Dumbest thing I have ever heard. Here is something much simpler: TAKE FUCKING RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOUR ACTIONS AND SITUATION and stop BLAMING others for your ignorance and inability to do the right thing. "I am a drug dealer because the users in America make me". Great logic ONLY used by idiots. Move on...

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  7. a lil bit of piloto clipping loose ends & native tijuana cells getting rid of foreigners who are trying to work their corners.. thats it nothing more nothing less.

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  8. The dollar almost reaching 20 pesos pretty soon the fee to wack someone is gonna go fromm 200 to 40 dollars (U.S) @821 def. Piloto cleaning up!!

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    1. Fast track the end del piloto...
      --there have been Red Barons before...

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    2. El piloto era un albañil antes de ser dueño de plaza

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  9. I don't think people know how much crazy shit went down in Tijuana when TEO tried to take over.
    The effects being felt today.
    CAF isn't back CDS is leaving.

    "Vendo mota soy trafficante" - El Muletas

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    1. what people don't know about that war is that el Teo was working for La Familia Michoacana when he got caught. I worked with a guy from tijuana and he even told me it was true. Michoacanos and people from guerrero got Tijuana more violent. at the time they were helping out people from C.D.S. now CJNG is in Tijuana and after they put mantas anouncing their arival, it got violent again.I wonder who CJNG is with and against in Tijuana. it would make an enteristing story. just saying...

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    2. Yea my friend told me that chapo and mayo worked for the familia michoacana too.

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    3. 8:37PM
      CAF took a lot of blows to the structure when CDS broke the truce.

      The way they did it with CDJ CDG and CAF. Come in pay piso. Build tunnel. Find the inner workings of rival Cartel. Inform on rival Cartel. Take all free agents after rival Cartel can not pay them. Have the new agents arrested and replaced with CDS. Play corridos about how CDS single handed brought down a beast. And run for dear life if they come back to take the plaza like CDJ and CDG.

      Now CDS is taking a lot of blows to its structure. They should just be happy consolidating. They are growing poppy and have always had the Arizona corridor... greedy fucks hope it was worth it now the tables have turned just go back to Arizona .



      2:49am you mean worked with

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    4. 2:49 El Teo did work for la Familia, smart ass. I knew people would not believe me but there are some facts about how at the time of the war in Tijuana most of the people killed or arrested there were from Sinaloa, Michoacan, and guerrero. La Familia Michoacan
      was made up of mostly people from guerrero and Michoacan. Do some reaserch before you make dumb comments. I am not from Michoacan but I have been following this so called "war on drugs" and know Michoacan is a Huge factor in this drug game.

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    5. Not really 9:27 am

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    6. yea, I believe that those cartels made tijuas more voliolent. There the most vicious cartels and then the zetas when they first came in. That's why Sinaloa never advanced towards Tamaulipas or try to invade Michoacan.

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    7. El teo se andaba pisando a una morra bien chula el perro

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  10. @1/20@8:37
    You ought to know that, this is the result of removing what most consider as true plaza owners.

    When plaza bosses are jailed or shot you know the sicario cell leaders fight each other to take over the leadership.

    As a result of the in fighting, the plaza is heated, lots of people end up dead and outsiders such CJ and CT create strategy to move in.

    The EPN strategy to remove the plaza bosses is not working obviously so, a change is desperately needed however, EPN does not have the balls to recognize this failure so you, I and the rest of Mexicanos will continue to suffer.


    Un cambio de estrategia es necesario. Pero ya!!

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    1. @juan come on wey.. eso son los echos si estas ablanfo del cartel del golfo.. y no del caf.en el syndicato tijuanese la estructura esta muy fuerte.. acuerdate el corazon del cartel de tijuana es tijuana y ahi se encuentran TODOS los buenos.. y no por ninguna parte como otros carteles.. seguro el caf tiene sus puntos estrategicos por toda la republica mexicana. cualkier punto ke sea lo respetan y le paga su plaza al cualkier otro cartel ke la domine. tal y como debe de ser.

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    2. What's up with that EPN's strategy?Does that mean gov no longer charging piso or is it they collect piso or plaza ownership from everyone is more likely then take them down.Hey more$ to collect from 6 cartels then just continue selling the plaza to everybody.The more the merrier[$$]!

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    3. We know who owns baja and it's not cj ct or chapo either

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  11. En Tijuas Ya Mucha Gente Se Despierta Y Ver Muertes No Es Noticia, Mas Bien Cuando No Hay Muertos Es La Noticia. A Ver Que Termina Pasando Pero Se Esta Calentando Bien Cantón Acá En Tj.

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  12. La Tia Juana Sigue Haciendo Arellano!

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