Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Juan Francisco Carrizales Lara "El 98" captured

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from Milenio and Valor por Tamaulipas

Subject Matter: Cartel del Golfo, El 98
Recommendation: Read this article sent in by a BB reader and posted by Buggs see link


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Elements of the Marines ( Semar ), captured an alleged leader of a criminal group in Tamaulipas, in a domicile in the Cumbres Quinto Colonia to the west of Monterrey.

During the discrete operation that was carried out Saturday morning, the Marines detained one Juan Francisco Carrizales Lara, known as "El 98", according to a communication given out yesterday night.




Without revealing many details, they only informed that the detained had in his possession four kilograms of marijuana, and AR 15 rifle and a luxury van.

According to the investigation, Carrizales Lara is the regional Plaza boss for the Cartel del Golfo in the cities of Nuevo Laredo, Diaz Ordaz and Rio Bravo.

The Marines used the element of surprise to arrive at a domicile in the fifth sector of the Cumbres Colonia, where a rapid action detained the person already mentioned.

However they did not release details of the street or house number where he was captured. He is now known as the leader of the "Los Metros" faction, who maintain a struggle for these Plazas against another faction known as "Los Ciclones", in the cities of Reynosa, Rio Bravo and Matamoros.

Because of this struggle, recently it has generated a lot of violence in the State of Tamaulipas according to the version given by the authorities. "El 98" was put at the disposition of Seido, where the appropriate investigation will be carried out.

Milenio carries exactly the same information about the arrest.

Borderland Beat forum member Itzli  suggests that he was betrayed by Alberto Martinez Gutierrez, El Guero Cleofas, and that nearly 8 tonnes of marijuana was seized in the operation, not 4 kilos as reported by Valor and Milenio.



Sources
Valor por Tamaulipas see link
Milenio see link
BB forum see link

70 comments:

  1. pretty sad that marines always get the shit end of the stick.. they're still in the 80s with those jam-16a2...

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    1. m16-a2 is a good weapon if you keep it clean and maintained, but like most modern day rifles, if you dont clear out the fouling, or use non standard Nato 5.56 ammunition for which it was designed you may have problems. The marines have armorers whose job it is to service the rifles, perhaps the problem lies with them.

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    2. I've never served with anyone who delegated the cleaning of his sidearm to an armorer or anyone else and wouldn't want to. I've used several versions of M16 (including M16A2) for 17 years and of the hundreds of thousands of rounds I put through I never had round not eject and chamber hot round. I cleaned bolt assembly up to twice a day depending on environment and number of rounds being fired. I can't say same my m9 or m60, but the SAW for putting lead down range and the M16A2 for accuracy and reliability are both good to go!

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    3. Ballistol gun cleaner incorporated with Hoppes 9 and your heaters will be content to chew up projectiles.

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    4. A2 never jammed on me my man. Keep the ejector lid when not in use and keep dirt out. You're good!

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    5. They will be eventually upgraded to the FX-05. That is very similar to the HK G36 but with a different gas system.. So dont you worry about mexican marines. The US has its own war for you to worry about.

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    6. It's mexico ppl
      Not us marines

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    7. Well I did say that the armorers job is to SERVICE the rifles, not clean the rifles!If you shoot a rifle you should clean it after each use.

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    8. Those jam with hollow point rounds and when the mags are no good.

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    9. 12:17 lol tell that to mexican soldiers. i bet those heavy but extremely reliable G-3 haven't been clean in DECADES and still fire without problem. Something totally alien to AR-15 variant conscripts...

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    10. Otis that's just common sense
      Don't waste your time with the key board warrior
      They don't even know how to clean I mean dust their keyboard

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    11. 80s? Marines used M16A2 in Iraq 2003 dumbass.

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    12. shit end of the stick?

      somebody apparently made off with almost 8 tons of pot..

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    13. Otis, dont bother, already its turning into Mexico v US idiocy.

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    14. this type of weapon don't need hollow points to inflict damage the 223 round is design to go in an arch while tumbling around.

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  2. I am not grateful that the ejercito is being accused of stealing 4 kilos, I mean 8 tons of shit,(pounds or kilos?) maybe el cleofas se los robó...or el gobernador, dicen que lo les han pagado a los del Mando Unico o la polesia del estado desde principios de 2015, Ora tienen que robar a sus trabajadores setas y cdg porque el strike no les trabajo a los polesias, ni los secuestros...
    --que amiguitos...
    "Y los 14 000 millones de pesos que el gobierno federal ENVIO a tamaulipas para combatir el crimen organizado y el narcotrafico, APA?"
    --Maybe "mataron a la paloma..."
    Habiendo tan buen correo, de perdido hubieran usado Banorte, del Capulina mayor, cesar duarte, otro ratero.

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  3. Will this along with what is happening in sinola with them regrouping. Raise the price of product or cause a shortage possibly.

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    1. Nah they do this at trap houses sometimes the shut down shop for like 3 days raise the price so the feins pay top dollar for there dope

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    2. Damb, worried already, i can picture shaking and trembling with worry 'bout paying more...HAHAHA...

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  4. Can't believe 98 is still around.. Wasen't he 1 of El Coss's loyalist??

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    1. El 98 was part of El Gringos people. He was the one helping El Gringo fight the zetas in Nuevo Laredo. When fat a$$ Cherry's family betrayed and set up El Gringo to get ambush by Mario Pelon, El 98 was so furious that rumor had it that he was going to execute the Leal's with the help of Los Pumas

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    2. Yeah my bad I forgot El Coss assigned his people with X-(claves)

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  5. The Drug Business is a shit business. It is full of betrayal and in fighting. The business seems to be a bunch of cowboys shooting each other. What happened to all the rackets? There seems to be enough business for everybody to make money. What ever happened to having a sit down and working the shit out? Greed, betrayal, in fighting, is making it tough to do business. I guess that's what happens when you get high off your own supply!!

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    1. Goes with the territory.Any illegal business is like that,betrayals and infighting.I don't know why you would think otherwise.It's the quality of the people in the business and it attracts morally deficient people who are NOT pillars of the community:selfish people are attracted to it automatically.Looks like this arrest was robbery motivated not getting the bad guys off the street.

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    2. Chapo changed the business for the worse. Him along with the Narco Juniors who have no respect for anyone.

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    3. My family is from this same region and I agree. I don't understand why can't they come to an agreement. All the old school guys are still in business, but these young, greedy, knuckleheads make it hard to make money. Bunch of amateurs...they're so greedy, they can't even sell the shit cause their prices are outrageous.

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    4. 9:48 wrong, all the infighting is because the governors sell the "plaza" to multiple cartels, and profit from all the murdering that follows...
      --After a while they end up owning the "plaza" and the workers, the new government will usually have sold the plaza to a new cartel...

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    5. Its become a sh1t business because of the uneducated and moronic Mexicans that are running things. These young thugs are not educated and combine that with greed.... all you have is killing. The people are too stupid to work together to figure out the best routes, the best places to cross the border. How to divide up the border and figure out a way that everyone involved makes a profit. The market is there, the profits are there...its idiots running the show.

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    6. At 11:27 Canadiana .. I Couldn't agree with U More on this.. About guys like does are Selfish.. Very Selfish.. Now I understand that person cause I don't consider him a relative.. He's a Haza.. U Know what a Haza is???

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    7. 10:20-I totally agree with you after reading 1 of Otis's articles on violence in La Paz.A manta had been left near the Governor's house about selling the plaza to more than 1 and collecting from all.Makes total sense.Don't these gangs get it?They've been had!

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    8. 12.49
      No, you tell me what a Haza is Frank

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  6. So it might be true what I read last wk! That all the comandantes are gonna be turning against each other from the metros faction. This might get bad in Reynosa and north of Tamps... I just hope my matamoros is good

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    1. Remember that manta Z40 put up saying CDG was finished and how M4 and Gringo were gonna split everything up, it's a little spooky how it all turned out like that, maybe people in the darkside are privy to knowledge of these kinds of things. Or maybe it was obvious? Either way all this fighting is harsh.

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    2. Why? Where are you?

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    3. matamoros is fucked until they arrest or kill that piece of dogshit El cherry.who is an extortionist kidnapping disloyal asshole.

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  7. El pelon es socio del cleofas
    Pelon
    Me sobas
    Jajajajajajajajaja

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  8. He looks young
    He wasn't in control for long

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    1. That was an old ID shot from when he was young. Definitely not a recent pic; and another thing to note, there has not been one photo of him released during or after his arrest.

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    2. 9:15 Really? Why can't they take a picture or two after the arrest for the narco news? That ain't right, maybe its just another lie.

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  9. 2 more and he will be el 100 al cien.

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  10. Pinche cleofas pero con Chiricuas te la pelas

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  11. Which cartel controls neuvo Laredo? I always thought it was a city dominated by zetas. Whenever I hear neuvo Laredo I automatically think zetas and vice versa.

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    1. Nuevo Laredo is controlled by CDN Cartel del Noreste, Golfos are in Mier all the way to Matamoros but there different factions in the Gulf Cartel.

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    2. los zetas control nuevo laredo

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    3. Ask former governor, senator manuel cavazos lerma with a long trajectory and a record for being a drug trafficker and money launderer on the US... the US has classified his files, like those of manlio fabio beltrones and jorge hank rohn...WHY???

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    4. The Zetas control Nuevo Laredo.He is the regional boss (overseer)of those 3 cities but the CDG for the most part stays in Rio Bravo or Diaz Ordaz. CDG rarely enter NL in convoys, they mostly have spies there.

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    5. don't matter who controls they all cross shit thru there.

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  12. How the mighty have fallen. From running NL with his uncle Tubi to extorting and kidnapping small business owners in Rio Bravo.

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  13. All the factions with names like Los this and Los that. A great idea would be for all of them to join under one big cartel called "Loss Cause." So sad that these guys keep coming out of the gutter and destroying their own home land with violence. Sad for the average citizens to have to cope with a life filled with this nonsense. Really only the big leader really profit. The rest are pawns to delay the leader being arrested or killed.

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    1. You are correct. The killers are just peasants. They make no dinero. Only the top guys get the ranches, the Mercedes, and the women. The sicarios get nothing but certain death.

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    2. Just dumbasses!

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  14. I don't know now! It was the zetas but now that they split don't know if it's them or CDN.. That's a good question

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  15. Brad,your right.
    Nuevo Laredo is Zeta owned and ran for years,no fighting the plaza,no incursions,calentar la plaza,its Zeta(or maybe Trevino CDN now)and everyone knows it

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  16. wheres part 2? This dude was big timeMarch 1, 2016 at 11:08 PM

    This is the only reporting about juanito carizales? This dude was big and mysterious and this is the only short story? No updates?

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    1. Wrong!!! He proved to be a nobody after starting a war with ciclones that not only he lost, but abandoned his people in the middle of it. Mandava a su gente ala muerte segura las armas largas con Los pinches cargadores medios llenos. Siempre Le pelaron la verga al COMANDANTE TIGRE entraban por el empalme y en lucio blanco los reventaban a puros granadasos.

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    2. you have to remember that Tamaulipas, Coahuila have virtual news blackouts, the cartels control the local press completely, so the only updates are on social media and yes I'm keeping my eye out for updates.

      If you really want to learn more, you should go visit the forum and the thread started by Itzli on the Gulf cartel, that's the best place ive ever seen for updated info on whats happening with Z and CDG

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    3. I don't need press or forums yo soy de Control Tamaulipas I know that border town rings bells. Too many gun battles I've witnessed. Back when the military use to raid wichos houses only to find nothing all the shoot outs between xw and the military and marines that was never in the news, those motherfuckers would actually try to shoot down the boludo with RPGs seen the xw-ciclones battle also metros vs ciclones battles.

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  17. The Los Zetas are "has beens". They ain't jack anymore. Their brutality brought an end to their short stay at the top. Sinaloa is in charge. Juarez is on a comeback. And the Gulf is getting wiser. The Los Zetas, their days are over.

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    1. Go visit any state along the gulf side of Mexico and say that to your local native.

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  18. Has anyone heard about the big gun battle in Linares? I'm trying to find out who all was involved. My friend said it was Zetas and Sinaloa. But I'm not sure. Please share on this if you have information.

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  19. Does cdg still exist? Omg!!!! I thought they were integrated in z,
    Tamaulipas roamed by cdg?? What the heck! Let the kids play

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    1. does cdg exists of course.it's a shadow of what it once was but they are there

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  20. Aqui andamos tranquilon 4th and woods east LA homie.

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  21. I wrote a comment last week about a message left in Nuevo Laredo about how the CDG and CDS along with la reina and el mayo on orders of el Chapo were going to clean up Nuevo Laredo of Mugrozos. My buddy that lives in Nuevo Laredo said there has been fun battles every day of last week and a half. Idk why Chivis didn't post it for readers to be aware. It warned for every citizen to not be out in the streets past 12 midnight or they were going to be picked up and torchered to make sure they were not zetas. Also, what faction of CDG is united with CDS and what faction is in Reynosa now ? I hear the metros are no longer there

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    1. I never saw the comment, and would have posted it. I don't know why one of the others didn't. I have only been moderating very little in the past 10 days, we had a death in the family. anyway your comment is up.

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    2. Es mentiras Chivis ese mensaje, el mensaje que dice 8:50 es un mensaje que circula en Facebook y Blog Del Narco desde el año pasado. Tiene varias versiones ese mensaje en unos dicen que en Monterrey otros en Veracruz y recientemente en Tamaulipas. Pero es mentiras ese mensaje saludos!

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  22. @chivis

    Sorry Chivis, my condolences to you and your family

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    1. Your kind thoughts are much appreciated. It was my SIL...So Sad. So Young

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  23. 8:50 it wrong info!

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