Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Armed Group in Control of Buenaventura




Translated by Valor for Borderland Beat

Buenaventura, Chihuahua— A large presence of “authorities” was reported on by residents of the municipality of Buenaventura, with the control that an armed group carries out in the area, stealing livestock, crops, agricultural machinery, and hydrocarbons to support their drug smuggling activities.

Furthermore, residents of Flores Magón, Namiquipa and Ahumada, say they are threatened, as a criminal cell calling itself “Los Linces” (The Lynxes) maintain an active presence and the lack of vigilance keeps the villagers vulnerable.  “Los Linces”, is presumably the same group consisting of mostly members of the Mexican Army who have deserted, who on February 10, faced against a dozen members of the only preventative state police division.

The same agents had arrested one of the leaders of “Los Lines” in Flores Magón for the bearing of a high-powered rifle and his followers were able to rescue him after a shootout.  Following this incident, the attackers were attacked by state agents and a large operation was carried out to capture them; however, due to the visit of Pope Francis to Juárez, the search was suspended because agents were moved to the border as part of the operation of the papal visit.


Residents of Buenaventura, Ahumada and Namiquipa, mostly peasants, farmers, and ranchers, say that they are virtually at the mercy of the criminals who keep them threatened with death if they try to organize themselves.  The criminal cell is composed of about 150 people, who travel in convoys of at least 50 trucks, according to the residents.


The same versions indicate that the men use paramilitary uniforms and are heavily armed with .50 caliber Barrett rifles.  This criminal group arose from a dispute that the leaders of the Juarez Cartel had.  Gonzalo García, “El Chalo” died on March 16, 2015, and his successor, Jesús Salas Aguayo, “El Chuyín”, was arrested by the army a month later, in his ranch in Villa Ahumada.

Source: Radiza

84 comments:

  1. Question, why do we say peasents for some people in Mexico? I never hear people in the US being called peasents.

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    1. In Mexico you work to live.
      In the US u live to work ND support uncle Sam lmao you tell me who the real peasants are?

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    2. This was an article originally written in the Spanish language and then transliterated into English. Not a translation. Therefore, it comes out a little different in English from the original meaning.

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    3. We call them *peasants because of their incorrect spelling.

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    4. Maybe its a direct translation from the original article, but it my opinion peasents is derogatory and synonymous to worthless. These people will never get ahead if we use this word to describe them.

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    5. Because we kindly call them White Trash...

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    6. I think that's an old fashioned word that's rarely used anymore to describle common everyday people as opposed to narcos or the wealthy.Kind of like an old name like Edith that's rarely used.

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    7. Do you have a picture of this old world narco "Edith" ?

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    8. 8:24 Archie Bunker used to call his wife Eedith, I doubt that was dingbat's real name...but she liked to hear her boy calling her name...soo romantic, and feminine "mystique"...

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  2. Los Lince and los Rs rescued el 80 after being detained. He's a big boss for La Linea. Also linieros rescued a big shipment of arms and ammunition including missiles in Ojinaga last Friday.

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  3. La Gente Nueva esta en rumbo para acabar con estas lacras .

    Atte El Deadpool .

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    1. Calmate pendejo! Pinche Linea y CDJ todavia exiaten en Chihuahua y no a podido el cartel de sapos con ellos! Saves porke? Porke historias como estas son exageradas o puro pedo departe de las empresas pagadas por tu camote el Chapo! Si estos grupos fueran tan culos con la gente de Chihuahua dejaran de existir. En Chihuahua no nomas los narcos son de valor si no la gente lo tiene tambien cuando los cansa cualquier chingadera! Y no estan lavados de el cerebro como los Sinaloenses que creen que para sobrevivir se nececita de los narcos o ayuda de ellos tambien!

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    2. Jajajja. La Gente muerta? Acabar? Porque no pudieron la primera ves? Cuantos años que ententaron? Porque corrieron para Durango?

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  4. 150 x-military with Barrett's is not fun

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  5. I know people from Ahumada Chihuahua which is a town dominated by Los Linces and the CDJ and is only like an hour away from Buenaventura and this shit does not happen there! Nor does it happen in cd Juarez where they are also active. Why? Maybe because this article exagerates shit happening or its all lies!

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    1. agree my friend is from ahumada and he said he just lived a normal life like in the states

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    2. You are not seeing what is not reported or does not effect you personally. Miners from areas where there is no work were going to Los Lamentos Mine in Villa Ahumada. They were taking out minerals to sell to buyers. These minerals end up in the hands of collectors around the world. These miners are very poor and this helped to put food on the table. The different groups of miners were stopped and had machine guns pointed at them and were told if they were caught on the road again that goes to the mine that they would be shot. Why? Because this dirt road goes from Villa Ahumada and goes North to the border. A trafficking route used by the Narcos and known by all, even the authorities. Why would they bother poor miners that would not risk their live's to disrupt their business?

      From Borderland Beat:

      February 10, 2009 - Assailants kidnapped 9 people in Villa Ahumada, Chihuahua. They were then pursued by the Mexican military to a ranch located 12 km south of the Garita de Samalayuca, where at least 21 people were killed. The fatalities includes one soldier, 6 of the 9 prisoners and 14 assailants that were killed by The Mexican army. This event shares much with the attack of May 17, 2008, and it is presumed that the attackers were members of the Sinaloa Cartel.


      Also these:

      http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2012/08/a-family-torn-apart-in-three-days.html

      http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2012/06/mexico-family-of-20-crosses-into-texas.html

      Just because it is busy with people buying burritos in Mass and looking safe does not mean a lot of bad things are happening there. There are even some old bodies laying out in the desert that some people I know found recently just laying on the surface. They were not reported because no one wants to die for doing just that. Everyone knows the police are involved with the criminals. They have to go along or be killed.

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    3. @7:48 you are stating articles that are years old. There is also the possibility that random bandits with guns could have robbed the miners you mentioned just for the minerals they where carrying not cartel members. Like I said before I know people from those areas and it is not as bad. It also does not happen in Juarez. Word of mouth from cd Juarez would have reached into ELP TX where im commenting from. That is unless you had supported the CDS when the war started, resentment if not all out repercussions by La Linea would be felt you and yours.

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    4. 7:48 No state police or federal police around?
      --They have experts and anti-kidnapping squads, they have gone to special training schools to fight crime...
      --the problem is, they themselves are the kidnappers that rob and extort and conduct the rescues for money and execute people for not paying, they also conduct levantones and secuestros express, often the military do nothing but the same

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    5. 2:55

      There are federal police. There office are in the same complex where the OXXO is in the center of the town.

      8:49

      I did not say they robbed them. They specifically told them not to return to the mine as they did not want them on that road. They were pretty terrified it was a very specific order. Nothing to do with robbing them. This is not guess work or a maybe. This were told not to return to the mine. Robbers would not do that.

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  6. 90% of cocaine in U.S. comes through Central America and Mexico, report finds

    http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/politics/2016/03/08/0-cocaine-in-us-comes-through-central-america-and-mexico-report-finds/

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    1. According to National Geographic, 90% of the heroin coming to the US since 2001 comes from afghanistan...
      --Apparently that was all the goal of texas congressman
      "charlie wilson's war" to liberate afghanistan from the evil russians for the drug traffickers...

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    2. According to National Data, 190% of the heroin comes from mexican drug cartels... They buy extra loads from the afghanis at extremely low prices, which they then sell at extremely high prices to the white junkies in the US...

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    3. 10:07 According to you 2"=6"

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  7. We need to start another revolution in Mexico. We need to exterminate every narco and politician and start a new government. Mexico has become a failed state. This is the only option we have to save the country.

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    1. Cocaine is America's cup of coffee.

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    2. Slight exaggeration there, but, what would you know.

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    3. History has taught us a revolution would make things worse. As the philosopher George Santayana said "those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it".

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  8. Are they suppost to be the real linxes? Or are they some other rival group posing as them?...Seems as if they keep multiplying, maybe they like the lawless narco thug life or something. What if they applied the rule of killing anything that moves in convoys in remote areas like in the sierras or remote towns?

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  9. reminds me of Z's in Zacatecas back in 2009ish . they would travel in heavy convoy and scare and rob from poor farmers.

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    1. Yup, then F1 decided that its fuck Los Zetas and he gave em a 75+ death toll in one day. The Zetas are still mad about that they lost a strong hold its the only stronghold they've ever lost that way.
      Same shit the auto defensas did the Caballeros Tampones.
      They didnt stop making firearms when these lacras got theirs, they aren't the only ones with them soon some will give them combat.

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    2. ¡¡¡ 7:48 por 75 pinchis muertos perdieron la plaza las setas?
      No valian sheeet pues, lastima de propaganda, y ese pendejismo no se cura ya...

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    3. Si Nomas 75 zorraz muertos en UN DIA Los otro 100 SE fugaron para Nayarit y muchos fueron capturados.
      Regresan Los Z a Zacatecas nomas cuando quieren que SE Les rompan el culo.

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  10. So they pulled out to protect the pope ? The pope has no business in a war zone unless he brings his own fighting assets . Wouldn't be allowed so he should have stayed out . Anybody die because they had to tend to the pope . Probably throughout mexico . Remind me of the old "western movies" down in mexico , where the bandits take over and murder steal rape and do as they please . Then a tough gringo or a group of tough gringos come along and take them out .
    Bet that pissed off the Mexicans as bad as cowboy and Indian movies do the Indians .
    Then again there are a lot of salty seasoned gringos and Mexican Americans that are probably more proficient with those Barrett rifles . Mexico needs teams of trustworthy men they can strategically deposit on short notice . It is a Coyote hunt down there and it needs to be stepped up

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    1. I:o2 you seem to be pushing for an american expeditionary force, after what happened on the SE Asia, Bangladesh, on the Arab world, with the USAID sopnsored arab springs, you should have learned something, like to SHUT THE FACK UP...

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    2. @ 102 look at you taking the bait set by the Mexican government. They used the pope as an excuse, but whenever an operation to grab someone is called off, someone got paid. Then a bullshit excuse is given, usually fed to dimwits with exaggerated imaginations about movies and hunting.

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    3. I found it interesting Chapo was caught before the pope arrived. Maybe EPN wanted to look good in front of the papa.

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    4. 1:26 epn can't help it, he always looks like POPÓ even to el papa, no matter how many millions of dollars he spends in propaganda from the mexican treasury to "save mexico"...

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  11. I thought cdj dosent extort and idk what bull shit they have the poor people of the pueblo threatened no que no cabrones

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  12. Los linces are an armed wing of the cartel de Juarez. They used to be under the control of el JL. But he's disappeared. This is CDJ. At work.
    Atte: wiggles de los anthrax.

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    1. Ledesma is dead,nothing heard of this guy off no-one,hes in a shallow grave somewhere stinking

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    2. El otro JL, mexican army Lt. Col. Julian Leyzaola kidnapped and tortured false confessions from crooked and straight cops in tijuana as chief of the police, recommended by the tijuas businessmen empresarios, with help of the army...
      --Zeta reported what they were told by leyzaola, but not Blanca Messing Nevarez letter denouncing the torture of her father, one of the police officers "arraigados"...
      --leyzaola did the all same exact shit in cd Juarez...

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    3. PS New Yorker, "in the name of the law" by William Finnegan
      About Blanca Messina Nevarez and leyzaola and his propaganda

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    4. JL was killed by los aztecas

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    5. El otro JL, Julian Leyzaola is on a wheel chair, and carries around a chamberpot for the poop...por hijo de la chingada.

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    6. Seriously??

      Come on guys, JL mentioned is not Leyzaola. Did I bump in troll now? :P

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    7. No, seriously, leyzaola vs team of agentes were military, torturers and assassins, apparently they were selective about what criminals to prosecute, harass, intimidate and extort...
      ---I remember someone called them "Linces"

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    8. El jl is a little puppet compared to JL el tigere leyzaola and his linces, these guys did not even need to hide, 5HEY chose to work in the middle of the night, like the death squads they were, to leave less witnesses and traces of their hijosdelachingadamadrismo...
      That is why today Leyzaola brags that his "human popó, I mean human rights abuses accusations have been dismissed" and he is free and qualified to do it all all over again...Wheel chair and all...

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  13. It's not just Buenaventura this guys are all over the biggest state of Mexico, Chihuahua. They are in charge of drug trafficking and they are most importantly the bodyguards of "JL" "el dos letras" one of the leaders of the Juarez Cartel

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    1. Who controls Juarez now? I thought CDS did?

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    2. CDS take orders from the Carrillos if they want to even exist in Juarez. CDS is allowed to do business in Chihuas with the understanding they don't start no shit. I know this because I have a cousin in the game and he says there is a working truce betwee a faction of the CDS and the Carrillo Fuentes. Obviously it's not a truce with the entire CDS.

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    3. you kid are hallucinating you and your made beleif post n cousin made me laugh that cds work for carrillos jaja im from chiwas from delicia and that is totally a lie there is no agreement between them two and its kill on sight jajaja yall be killing me with these post i swear the shit yall come up with jajaja just recently got released from prision and got deported back to chiwas chihuahua if you aint know what chiwas meant my right hand man is from los carillos and my brother is gente nueva and me im just a rehabilatated ex convict tryna make it in life...who comes in here to see the good shit bb post and laugh at the comments yall be posting jaja

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    4. I see prison did a lot for you in the spelling department. Obviously you didn't take part in the education programs that are provided to you compliments of the American tax payer. Sounds like you have a old fashion blood feud on your hands. What can an upstanding young man like yourself do? I say have your brother and your right hand man could have a celebrity death match. Let us know how that works out homie. Hopefully my post helps you laugh just a little more jajaja. Peace FF!!!!

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    5. Juareños and chiguagüeños are some big liars and bullshitters, I think it rubbed on them from the tejanuses nearby...ja, ja.

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  14. Just great. I have gone to those areas and worried going there in the past, as I know of what is happening in those areas. This really just shut down any of my travel to this area as of now. Can we send up drones and take them out with high power drone weaponry when we see them in caravans. Oh, wait that would be the USA that could do that.

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    1. I doubt we want to spend $100k for a drone missile to take out a Ford truck with 4 Mexicans in it. Lol

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    2. Not sure. We spent a few billion after 9/11 for a handful of people.

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    3. US contractors will take a drone to a bicycle even if they don't suspect anything worthy of a drone is on the bicycle.

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  15. How's that working for you chapo snitched/50,000 army and policia federal troops guy? ______ ?

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  16. A cousin and me were in ogjinaga on Friday night and we were told to be careful because a vehicle carrying a lot of cash weapons of all types and missile launchers as well was stopped and about 30 trucks came as soon as he was apprehended 2 guys got off no mask and demanded he be released with all he was stopped with and they let him go supposedly they were not linea nor zetaz nor chapos people no one knows who they were just thought that was weird cause Linea runs that part of chiwas and the only other people allowed are zetaz but they are not allowed to get the plaza hot. Sounds like a movie I know but j believe it because by the time we crossed to presidió it was packed with marina and military soldiers

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    1. Well chalo was killed by his own side supposedly,have linea been fighting with each other

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    2. I believe this, if we can do this shit in USA I'm sure in Mexico it's a walk in the park.
      Sometimes a lesser man can kill a greater man.

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    3. you were right
      theres a article about it

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    4. Ojinaga esta bien pienados y en linea.

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    5. I told u so I have a few contacts from different fractions and have decent information to keep me out of hot spots when I travel south of the border from chiwas all the way to Mich apatizgan

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    6. 12:49 how is travel in Puebla for a white guy?

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    7. pueblas is cool just mind your bussiness go do what you have to do enjoy yourself dont go tryna buy drugs cause that could be your death sentence cause you got pointed out by a alcon that you supporting rival cartels but over all pueblas is safe and its country out there like being in mississipi thats how we look at pueblas oaxaca ect

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  17. El Chalo was arrested in 08 before he was taken and killed last year by the other side,arrested with him was Ricardo de la Rosa Aros‘El Cabe’,Google that dudes name and see how many people he killed,el cabes hermano was one of the ones kidnapped and killed with el chalo,they were Juarez/La Linea

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  18. If I'm not mistaken OTFW translated an article where it might be implied that El Chalo and his circle were assassinated by Los Linces. But I remember the Feds were trying to take credit for the killings. Los Linces are some tough hombres and are the real deal. Sounds like the law dogs are too intimidated to enter Villa Ahumada to "locate" these fellows.

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    1. You're not a man if you are pushing around elderly people or individuals who aren't involved in crime.
      If they are such big narcos they should atleast pay for a meal. This is a great example if pussy with a gun and the group mentality at its finest. Nunca uno contra uno estas son lacras con lineage y sangre de puta!

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    2. 8:01 you are correct but you have to remember this is Mexico we are talking about. There are over 200 years of oppressing the people wrapped up in that country and it will not go away over night. The politicians, narcos and the cheerleaders have no pity for "the people". All the name calling does nothing for anyone. Call it what it is. I call it a lost cause because Mexico as a country is not strong enough to stand up for what's right.

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  19. Get you book now in stores Sicarios 101 for dummies

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  20. Feds Link Two Men Arrested in Southlake (Dallas) Drug Cartel Murder to 12 Other Mexico Slayings: http://www.nbcdfw.com/news/local/Feds-Link-Two-Men-Arrested-in-Southlake-Drug-Cartel-Murder-to-12-Other-Slayings-371453111.html

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  21. Este video es para que se den una idea de los vatos en la linea...Watch "Los Linces (La Linea) - Cartel De Juarez -NCDJ- MAXIMOS DE SINALOA" on YouTube
    https://youtu.be/63wlmg-MV0g

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  22. Here is a link to the Villa Ahumada Boss Rescue VDEO

    http://laparadadigital.com/noticias-de-chihuahua-mexico.cfm?n=66214

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  23. Me pongo a pensar....cuanto tiempo falta hasta ke CJNG entre a Juarez... No se an dado cuenta ke estan en Tijuas... Nuevo Laredo...y hasta en Matamorros...

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    1. Pon mas atencion loco cjng no esta en tijuana

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    2. CJNG no conoce las rutas de transporte de droga hacia la frontera atra ves de Chihuahua. No es tan facil que estos gueyes vengan y quieran establecer dominio por donde no conocen! La manera mas rapida de poder entrar seria establecer comercio con un cartel establecido como CDS y que estos les den ayuda y entre ambos tumben a el CDJ de el negocio. No se me hace que esto suceda @12:57. Se me hace que ves muchas peliculas y o le crees tanto a los gabachos que piensan que el CJNG tiene mucho poder en el pais. Si CDS no pudo quedarse con todo Chihuas menos el CJNG!

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  24. Como ke No... CJNG ya iso entrada y se acomodo muy bien en Tijuas... No mames la corneta...

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    1. BB GOIN DOWNHILL ALLOWING RACE COMMENTS..
      COWARDLY HYPOCRISY

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    2. 8:47 aay, tu la trais...

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