Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Sinaloa vs CAF: The new battle

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

Subject Matter: Baja California Sur, Sinaloa Cartel, Cartel Arellano Felix
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required


Reporter: Zeta investigations

On Monday the 1st of  February the struggle between cells of the Sinaloa Cartel and the Arellano Felix Organization ignited in Baja California Sur, after the assassination of Martin Anaya Gorosave "El Taliban".

On the divinding line between Baja California Sur and Baja California, another battle ignited between drug traffickers of the Sinaloa Cartel against the Arellano Felix Organization.

According to a member of the Group for Coordination of Public Security, the most recent struggle in Baja California Sur, after 125 days of apparent calm, was seen coming after the following indicators:

* The debilitating loss of territorial domination, since 2006 by the CAF in the South of the peninsular.

* The notorious advance, presence of, and fortifying of the Sinaloa Cartel in Los Cabos, La Paz, Comondu, Loreto and Mulege.

* The re-initiating of CAF operations in Baja California Sur, after establishing an alleged alliance with the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion, who had put into action a plan to re-establish dominance of the territories and clear the region of the Sinaloa Cartel, after the persecution and re-capture of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman.




Alejandro Hernandez Curiel "El Bebo"
The new dispute started on the 1st of February when, according to the last crime map of Federal and Military Authorities, the CAF capo with operations principally in the North of the State, Martin Anaya Gorosave, "El Taliban", was executed in this agricultural zone, in the company of his driver and his bodyguard Obed Esau Felix Camacho, and his Lieutenant, Alejandro Hernandez Curiel "El Bebo".

The criminal boss had started the process of regrouping the criminal cells in the North of the State, and had established logistics, and had re-started criminal activities in this zone on the part of the CAF, when he was tracked and hunted by an armed commando of the Sinaloa Cartel.

According to official investigations, the criminal boss had left a meeting after having presented "El Bebo" as the principal contact of this criminal organization in the Valle del Vizcaino, Villa Alberto Alvarado Aramburo, Diaz Ordaz and Guerrero Negro, when the Sinaloa hit men unleashed the triple execution.

The attack was registered at 03:45 am, there were no witnesses present and little graphical evidence, also there are no security cameras about Avenue General Lazaro Cardenas and Las Calles of 24th of August and Pino Suarez in this community.

Notwithstanding, the spent cartridge cases and the damage to the vehicle, experts of the PGJE deduced that "El Taliban" and his two accomplices were ambushed by an armed commando that were travelling aboard two vehicles, they used a .45 caliber pistol, and twelve bore shotgun and two AR15 rifles.

The Execution

According to Federal and Military intelligence, at this time, "El Taliban" was the principal contact of the ex leader of this organization, Francisco Javier Arellano Felix "El Tigrillo".

The criminal boss of this cell "Los Talibanes" was accompanied by his driver, bodyguard and Lieutenant, aboard a grey Toyota Tacoma after having arrived at Heroica Mulege in Valle de Vizcaino.


Because of an alleged betrayal, the Sicario's of the Sinaloa Cartel, knew that "El Taliban" could be found in Valle de Vizcaino and had specific information of the color and model of vehicle. With this information they patrolled the area, and when they observed him they immediately launched the ambush.

The Sinaloa hit men chased "El Taliban" for four blocks. The driver and bodyguard of "El Taliban" were observing the attackers and picked up speed, which left tyre tracks on the pavement, initiating the chase.

The Sicario's opened fire at the moving vehicle, when the driver of "El Taliban" was hit their vehicle slowed down and were rammed by the killers and boxed in.

Two of the alleged Sinaloa Sicarios involved in the attack remain unidentified

According to a hypothesis of the PGJE, one of  the Sicario's vehicles overtook the van of "El Taliban", who presumably was in the passenger front seat, and through the left passenger window and door shot at him.

Meanwhile the driver had changed to the right hand side of the vehicle, when the other occupants exited the vehicle to repel the aggression, while the other Sicario vehicle stopped behind and the occupants opened fire, catching "El Taliban's" men in a crossfire.

There wasn't even enough time for him to draw his .357 magnum pistol which the authorities found still in the waistband of the trousers of "El Taliban" when they recovered the bodies.

According to the scene of the crime, Obed Esau Felix Camacho was killed inside the vehicle, meanwhile "El Bebo", who was travelling in the rear of the cabin had ducked down when the rear of the vehicle was fired on suffering several bullet impacts. Only "El Taliban" managed to escape the vehicle,  and whose body was found eighty meters from the vehicle outside the main door of the Hotel LOF.

At the scene of the crime, experts of the PGJE found 40 spent cartridge of .223 caliber, 4 spent twelve bore shotgun cartridges, eight .45 acp cartridges. In total 52 cartridges around the victims.

The Investigations

According to the primary investigations of the PGJE agents, the armed attack has generated a new war between drug dealers of the Sinaloa Cartel and the CAF for control of Mulege, which could expand to the rest of the Southern Californian towns.

The aggression had been planned and carried out by following command criminals of the Gente Nueva of the Sinaloa Cartel:

* Eduardo Villacivencio Arce "El Lalo" or "El Lalito", a cellular criminal and principal contact in the North Zone of the State for the Sinaloa Cartel.

* Damien Villavicencio Arce "El Sombrerudo", brother of "El Lalo", and plaza boss of Valle de Vizcaino.


* Alberto Villavicencio Arce "El Junior", brother of "El Lalito" and "El Sombrerudo", and plaza boss of Guerrero Negro.

* Luis Alberto Echeverria Valdes "El Luisillo", who took under his criminal control, Alberto Alvarado Aramburo, Diaz Ordaz and all of the Pacific Zone.

According to a member of the Group for Coordination of Public Security, the criminal organization of Los Villavicencio, have since 2010, been constantly fighting for control of Mulege,  until they arrived at an agreement and pact with their principal adversaries and heirs of the criminal power of Los Beltran, Luis Alberto Echeverria Valdes "El Luisillo"; they had no choice than to distribute the zones and cool the plaza, in virtue of the red focus on this place.

The historical fight between these groups have cost the lives of :

*Adrian Villavincencio Arce "El Adrian" in 2010 and Ivan Villavincencio Arce "El Taquero" in 2013.

* Of Los Beltran, Guadalupe Beltran Beltran "El Lupillo" in 2013 and Juan Beltran Beltran "El Indio" in 2014.

Eduardo Villavicencio Arce "El Lalo" or "El Lalito"
In the fight for the North of the State, the two criminal groups over looked the control of the territories of San Ignacio, Santa Rosalia and Heroica Mulege, and which were taken by the following criminal cells of the CAF:

* Alberto Zamudio "El Flaco" in San Ignacio.

* Oscar Anaya Gutierrez "El Senor de los Cerros" in Santa Rosalia.

* Martin Anaya Gorosave "El Taliban".

With the exception of "El Senor de los Cerros", who was detained on the 23rd of January of 2014 and actually imprisoned in Santa Rosalia, "El Taliban" principally operated in the reorganization of the criminal cells of the North Zone and expected to take control of the plazas of Valle de Vizcaino, Villa Alberto Alvarado Aramburo, Diaz Ordaz and Guerrero Negro..


However he was executed, and the agents of the PGJE said it was going to re-heat the plaza and had no doubt that it would lead to a wave of violence in the next days and weeks.

Original article in Spanish at Zetatijuana


64 comments:

  1. Cjng was already with caf a few months befoe chapo got caught, there was banners stating their presence with cartel tijuana nueva generación and how they were going against los de el tomate. Basicly against the people from sinaloa. Get it right

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    1. I've always had it right when it comes BCS, you should really research my previous articles on this area before posting comments like you have

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    2. I just did. There is a banner signed cjng and caf against the people del tomate cds. There is an article here from sunday april 5 2015. I like your work but you are wrong on this. I get all my info from here. Chapo got caught the beggining of this year.Thanks otis. Not trying to sound like a smart ass. Real spit

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    3. Otis that kid is just a nutt hugger dont sweat it !

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    4. Why because he was right 5:51. 9:22 I apreciate that bro, rather hear facts than speculations. But don't sweat it fly wheel, nobody is perfect and we all make mistakes. I actually went back and saw that it's true that cjng/CAF weee fighting CDS in Tijuana beforechapo got arrested the 3rd time.

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    5. @5:26 did you forget that Chapo was originally caught in Feb. 2014? Imbecile, the same sinaloan that took that dude from Chihuahua's girl must've done the same you

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    6. 9:22 am

      Look, otis is one of the few reporters keeping this blog alive. If u think u know and can handle then you be a reporter and post a good article once a day paqúe mires la chinga que pasan los breves reporteros de nuestra linda Sitio de Internet

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    7. You have no proof 7:13 I can say the same thing

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  2. Arellano control all of baja

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    1. "El Masso" es Jefe en Cabo.

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  3. Looks like no one is backing off!

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  4. WTF all the small towns in beautiful Baja are being taken over away from the big cities.Maybe my 33 years of motorcycling and private flying the peninsula are done.Is there anywhere left sacred in Baja anymore?All these towns are around 5,000 people,Loreto,Santa Rosalia more but San Ignacio where not much happens, please.Many of them are miles apart too.Must be local drug sales.Not many tourists in these places except maybe Mulege.

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    1. I have a hunch Baja is being used heavily by the CDS to move their product right now. I don't see a retail hub big enough in Cano that people are dropping left and right.

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    2. After 33 years with no problems why would anything change on your end. Unless your moving weight?

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    3. Bikers are mostly adult criminals with adolescent minds, and they only go to mexico to get down and dirty with drugs, some are also the communistas del future como el Che Guevara, murdered in bolivia to baptize the cocaine trafficking to the US via Cubana de Aviacion, de raul castro and felix ismael rodriguez, until general Cubano Arnoldo Ochoa pled guilty to save la revolution cubana's nalgas...it all started with an old bike...

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    4. It's the thugs and kidnapping rings I'm worried about.I like adventure travel.You would never guess I was a biker and pilot all 110 lbs of me and not 1 tattoo and don't drive a Harley for that greasy biker image.

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  5. As much as you haters hate to admit it sinaloa aint going anywhere anytime soon they still got power

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    1. Not enough power to fight CAF, CJNG, Zetas, BLO and Juarez. It's just a matter of time when CDS will only represent half of Sinaloa and half of Sonora.

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    2. Cds has a truce with cj blo zetas the only thing is they have points of wars they fight for the plazas that has more money to made once it gets burnt they move on to the next

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  6. Sinaloa,LF,CJNG,Los Uriate,Payan,Arellano Felix,FED,internal fights between cells of Zambada Guzman,local crews making mantas,its like it exploded after El Pantera got fucked,Antrax supposedly killing people,now Gente Nueva,BCN BCS,how fucked up do you want it?

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  7. In the military wars are borderless. You'd have to be naive to think that battlefields are restricted to foreign lands. Our mantra is the world is a battlefield. And we'll fight our enemies both foreign and domestic. Here there everywhere. - El Sol Perdido

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  8. How many times does sinaloa have killed caf and bosses not small chickens caf weak!

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    1. What about el cajoncito where villareal did a cochinero or sillas kidnapping mz sisters kids or chapos best friend getting wacked..o los primos d la rana k plomearon n san diego..cds tambien a tenido bajas pa k la juegas pinchi payaso

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    2. Esa es gente inocente que ni la llevava other than chapos friend a los arellano sinaloa les mato a dos de sus hermanos i jefes de caf

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    3. How about the payaso that wacked Rafael ?? Getting pushed around like little kids bro ^^

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    4. What happen at el cajonsito was the life of innocents taken away frustration got the best of el Nalgon when he couldn't find Manuel torrez or Javier

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  9. Oh yeah Tijuana is gunna real good people hold on you your seats truce between caf and Sinaloa are broken cjng is gunna bring there mata zetas group and clean house

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    1. Lol many people accualy supported los mata zetas back then

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    2. No second thoughts on that? I mean Gente Nueva, Damaso, Mayos and Mazatlecos will have some saying to that...
      And as far I know quite many Mata Zetas is hold up in the eastern states against Zetas..

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    3. Damaso is fighting vs los mayos by the way

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    4. Mazatlecos son de los Beltranes.

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    5. Mazarelcos arnt beltranes anymore they switched to Chapos side 2 years back some went to la mochomera with CHAPO isidro that is how they lost the los mochis guamuchil plaza

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    6. Makes sense that's why chapo was caught in Los mochis. blo lost that plaza with mazatlan

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    7. Dam..did tortillero switch sides ? El 14

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  10. So these guys were taking out the Beltran's in Baja but have anon aggression agreement?

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  11. Lol he got wacked

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  12. Wait, wait, wait. All the CAF cholo/cheerleaders keep cheering that CAF is taking it back. Hard to do that from the grave, right? When you post on BB, please post facts. If I wanted to see or hear Cheerleaders. I would go see the 49ers cheerleaders. No need to deal with you wannabes.

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    1. In ten weeks they won't undo what was done in 10 years.

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    2. If you want to cheer for the 49ers 7:44 then you will have to wait until next season. In the mean time if you want to contribute to the conversation I suggest you kick the facts or get booed off stage.

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  13. Good luck with that tj is full of sinaloa

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  14. Given the amount of information authorities know, lead me to believe that it was them who gave them up. They clearly state lack of witnesses and evidence and yet they know who quarter backed and how it played out.

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  15. Jajajajaja esos CAFEteros son unos idiotas por declararle la guerra al Cartel Sinaloense junto con los del CJNG. Dejen que se debiliten los del CJNG en Colima y Michoacan y valen a valer verga y espero de todo corazon que le maten a toda la familia Arellano por traicioneros!


    A los Arellanos les va caer el payaso!

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    1. Nada pasa cjng has soo many members they will never run out

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    2. Ay si nada pasa

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    3. Your a retard if u think cjng are 10 men strong in colima im pritty sure if anything they can outnumber cds

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    4. Not all colima is cjng Sinaloa and Beltran leyvas have presence in that state and I believe cjng is about to get hit with a lot of force with this new nueva famila

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    5. Nope im from colima and live in the us and every time we call fam from there they always say colima is invaded with cjng members and its real eazy to find them thats how much man power they have

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    6. Easier to kill if there easy to find

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    7. February 14 2016 12:40 am are you sure about that now cause as far as i know the cjng faction in colima betrayed cjng and jointed cds you should called your family again

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  16. Different Beltranes. Pay attention

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  17. holy crap it sounded like a bomb ready to explode at any minute. how those 2 groups came together is crazy and i would love to know how such a pact came into existence

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  18. are the mata zetas still around?

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    1. Of course, that was just a name CJNG used to try and take Veracruz from the Z

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    2. Weren't the mata zetas backed by CDS or were CDS?

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    3. They were financially backed by CDS Canadiana.

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  19. But arent the bosses from caf from sinaloa or were cause i always hear tijuanense talk abouth this one guy so fear ramon arellano entonces que presumen huevos ajenos lol dan risa la neta sinaloa es su padre punto eso asta yo que soy pocho americano lo se porque se mira nomas la pura verda

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  20. So CAF is fighting CDS in Zona Norte and in BCS ?

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  21. Yep for those confused, they are Beltran Beltran, not Beltran Leyva

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    1. Are they related BLO and Beltran Beltran or not at all?

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  22. From what this article and previous events have stated is that CAF or TJ cartel are all but completely eliminated from the Baja peninsula. Sinaloa seems to be getting or will soon be getting the upper hand. Got to hand it for the CAF or TJ cartel though, they are fighting valiantely if not in vain. Perhaps it would be better for them to align with CGNJ but with all that pressure the CDS is throwing around the area then it might be a little late.
    This is a soap opera at its finest!

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    1. Finally some one who gets it

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  23. Ranchero in peace El Bebo

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