Thursday, May 26, 2016

After his arrest, "El Peter" reveals CJNG structure in Tijuana

Lucio R. Borderland Beat-material from Reforma and Facebook

The Ministry of Public Security of Baja California announced the arrest of Pedro Stanley Herrera Jelinek.  The ministry also reported that El Peter revealed  hierarchical order of members of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel in Tijuana.

"El Peter" was captured in an operation by the State Preventive Police and military, he was with  Pedro Herrera Estrada, the latter in charge of trafficking drugs from the south  to the border area.

Stanley Herrera was in charge of ordering the executions, and the logistics of drug planes  from the south.

Currently the organized crime cell is directed by Jesus Felipe Olea Sepulveda, alias "El Felipón" who collaborated closely with the captured Alfonso Lira Sotelo, alias “El Atlante”.  During the investigation it was revealed that hitmen were recruited and paid 15,000 a hit,  (815 usd) pesos for killing members of rival groups, especially in the west region of Tijuana.


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44 comments:

  1. So is this guy from CTNG ,CJNG or CDS still working for aquiles and rana . They should know better than to force rivals to switch sides . The fear goes away once a new fear emerges and mexicos government is not one to fuck with

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  2. I'm sure the list of named he gave out the Government n Police already know, and besides who cares about the hierarchy he gave the Government ain't going out there to catch them.

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  3. He's a dead man if he's not protected...and 815 bucks to kill someone, that's cheap...why would someone stoop so low to kill someone??

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    1. because the conviction rate for homicide in mexico is nil....and if you have no conscience, its like picking 815 dollars off the street

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    2. 3 comments already and not internet tough guy claiming this guy looks weak, or that they could beat him

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    3. On a regular workers salary it'll probly take u almost 3 months to make 15 mil pesos.. wouldn't you do it?

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    4. Stop tryna compare pesos with dollars.. for if u didn't know there ain't no fuckin welfare out there u gotta get it how u live pendejette

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    5. $800 plus bucks is a lot in a third world country.T it sounds ugly but life is worth less across the border.

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    6. This dude looks weak. I could beat him.

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    7. @3:53, smart brave dude you are. Get it how you can lol. So kill and rape or kidnap to get money, or you could get a job like 90% of the world. Rich or poor you have to have some morals or respect for life. Let me get your family how I can so you can get a taste of it chump boy

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    8. 3:51 you are a very dangerous man if you would murder for 3 months salary..here in the us thats less than 6 thousand for the average american and even if you tripled it i wouldnt..life is worth more than money..if you would kill a stranger for 815 im sure you would kill your whole fam for a cool million or 2..

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    9. 2:08 I was talking about the people who have no other choice. The people who do it by necessity or by force as you can see there's a lot that get forced to kill for them. Not me dumbass. Even if you had the balls to do so you'd be doing it to yourself not just me.

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  4. Saludos pa Los cafeteros. LA frontera sigue teniendo dueño. Jajaj .

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  5. 815 in Mexico is money

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    1. it's money here too

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  6. What a snitch.. but it won't matter if they paid the right people.la rana and el aquiles have been wanted in Tijuana for mantly years and still haven't been caught. Paid the right people in government

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    1. ohh not at all my friend.they just haven't set foot in tijuana for many years.

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  7. Cjng snitches

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  8. Pinches tekileros soplones

    Atten. P@RR@ND3RO

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    1. You again...nut hug

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    2. We welcome your opinion porrondero, never mind the nay-sayers

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  9. So there are actually 4 CJNG members, now 3. Previously CAF and then CDS, Paying a bunch of Crackheads to kill people and we are to believe they are taking over the Tjuas Plaza. These guys are just are Just CJNG customers. Mayo and Mencho probably laugh at them over drinks.

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  10. Michoacán: Hallan decapitadas y desmembradas a seis personas, en Venustiano Carranza (Sahuayo)- graphic foto: http://www.noventagrados.com.mx/seguridad/michoacan-hallan-decapitadas-y-desmembradas-a-seis-personas-en-zamora.htm

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  11. Sounds like he just gave them some bullshit story they already knew

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  12. It appears that ALL cartels are involved with snitching these days. From the top to the bottom and back up to the top, everyone is snitching. It has always been a dirty game, but now there is no class or loyalty involved in the game.

    It's best to just stay in school kids!

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  13. El q trisiona 1 vez lo ase dos veses !

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    1. 3:26 el que traiciona una vez lo hace otra vez y otra y otra y otra...so what, you choose to live that life, live and love it

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  14. Me lleva la chingada Pedro no chingues.

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  15. So Atlante indeed jumped ship to CJNG? BB called it before anyone else if my memory serves me well.

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  16. Can anyone say "hit"? Some how, some way, he is going to get it. Shows what these guys are really like when back against the wall.

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  17. JP=R4, not this one. Zeta, all sources have that wrong.

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    1. no. el R4 original lo mato el Atlante en la ciudad de mexicali mientras andaba banketiado de vacaciones. la clave R4 la tomo su carnalito el Javi. y este wey anda von el tigre.

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  18. Donde puedo aplicar para estos jales. 15000 pesotes es un chingo de lana aqui en mexico raza.

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  19. No problem paisa I got you lil' homey,aplica en www.aprendizdesikario.com

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  20. 11:47 si no pasas el test, te mueres de placer.

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  21. there's a quality about him, that reminds of other drug dealers i've known

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  22. $15,000 pesos used to be $1,000 US during time of most hits. Standard price was $1,000 US.I've seen salaries range from $1,100 pesos (Oxxo, random bars) to $35 US a week (Autozone) in TJ.You can pretty much save yourself and put a hit on whoever wants you dead by coughing up $2k US.

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    1. But I would guess they'd kill you anyway after paying... in a world of snitches and revenge it seems like mug of the murder is in the name of eliminating a witness to a kidnapping...? No?

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  23. I don't know why anyone would want to work with any of the groups functioning in Mexico? The first thing these guys do when they get popped is start snitching on anyone and anything they can, so where's the loyalty of keeping your mouth shut and taking it like a man. To be a low level or even a mid to high your ass is never going to see a life of luxury because your going to be either killed or snitched out so why bother in less your a dope fiend already to get your dope then you aint worth shit anyway. Don't call me a liar because look at all the stories of guys ratting out their brothers.

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  24. Pedro Herrera Estrada 40 years old is from Leon Guanajuato

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  25. @5:18 im gonna call you ignorant because who do you think runs the show ?snitching to who ?to a department that takes bribes .freaking cespool department for citizens !look how they got you talking but then again their aim is to make you stupid and what a fine job their doing .mi respetos pa la autoridad son unos gallos para convencer a la jente!

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  26. @12:43 If the cop's this snitch was talking to were so corrupt you wouldn't see the names being published for the world to see, now would you. So, who's talking about being ignorant, when the evidence slaps you in the face and you don't look at it then it's you that is the fool. Not every cop in Mexico is corrupt. Quit watching Miami Vice.

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  27. @4:59 so lets ignore the fact there is corruption because at the end of the day there are still some good cops left very well said !how can anybody do their job when you have corruption. its their job to get evidence so why are they informing their duties whats next a mechanic is gonna say he did two oil changes and checked the spark plugs !

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