Saturday, May 14, 2016

State Preventative Police Chief attacked in La Paz by Sicario's

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

Subject Matter: State Preventative Police, La Paz, Baja California Sur
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required


Reporter: Zeta Investigations


The Commander General of the State Preventative Police of Baja California Sur, Luis Alejandro Osorio Alvarez, was attacked with gunfire around 11am on Friday the 13th of May, by an armed commando when he was travelling in a white dodge ram, around Calle Himno Nacional and the trans peninsular highway, at the height of El Progreso Colonia.




The Sicario's, according to witnesses, were travelling aboard a coffee colored Volkswagen Jetta, they closed down and stopped the passage of the official, who had no police emblems on his vehicle, and started shooting at the vehicles  occupants.

The Commander General, and the second man on board from the PEP, Francisco Javier Moreno Montano, received three shots in the body, seeing their predicament, they called for help, and patrols of PEP and Municipal Police of La Paz arrived.

The Sicario's according to witnesses, fled the zone quickly but only managed to go one block, then let loose into a fierce gun battle that continued while a strong mobilization was raised in the El Progreso, La Pitahaya and Diana Laura Colonias.

During the confrontation, one of the Sicario's was shot by the security forces, and remained dead inside their vehicle, another was detained, and three managed to flee on foot, armed, towards the zona de tolerancia, specifically toward the bars "Mi Ranchito" and "Valle Verde", where the forces extended their search for the Sicario's.

In the gas station "Servi - Gas", the confrontation started between criminals and security forces, a civilian was killed in the cross fire, and who remains unknown to the best data.

As a result, a PEP agent Juan Carlos Cazanova Posada, and a Municipal Policeman of La Paz, Jose Carlos Espinoza Sanchez were wounded with four and two shots to the torso respectively.

Original article in Spanish at Zetatijuana

33 comments:

  1. I think this attack is almost certainly linked to the death of Don Carlos aka El Artista aka El Montoya of Los Mayitos.

    Looking back, its common to see when an jefe de plaza gets whacked, the Police chief that has been protecting him is often whacked too.The other crews waiting for the slightest chink in Los Mayitos armor, will be smelling blood with this attack, and I expect more attacks on the PEP in La Paz.

    I dont believe that any one of the crews fighting for La Paz, have control of every Police force and Army and Navy units serving this area.This is speculation of course, but its not beyond the realm of likleyhood.

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    1. 2 more videos:
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lPZjxv9407Q
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f5igomRcKf4

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  2. CDS had it made with the goverment deals in place until they started snitching and exposing the corruption.That being said no one likes a rat.

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    1. Good I hope they keep on exposing the corruption or justice and fairness will never happen.

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  3. Haha watch this video and go to your office and book a vacation in Cabo or Puerta Vallarta. Fucking disgraceful government. Makes me sick how the US or my Canada doesn't address this mess or clean it up. They have the power to do it.

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    1. What right as a fuckin canuk to say or volonteer the USA into mexico to clean up there mess? Last time i checked asshole the canadians havent done fucking thing to help or assist the problem in on or around the south border. Im from usa living in la paz which you will not fall victim to profecional hit in this case yes one bystander killed which is one to many but this is a mexico problem in mexico. We have enough problems in usa. Matbe we csn help by not consuming so many drugs north and south. But you m y friend are a dick!!!!

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    2. 1:56 canada volunteers stealing mining operations in mexico, exploiting workers left and right, and paying kickbacks to their mexican government enablers...
      A the treaties in the world, aim to exploit and keep the slave workforce prisoners imprisoned, the foreign policy of the US consists in assisting in the repression of even "potential" future rebels and persecution of known rebels, branding them as communist for wanting education, health care, respect...
      And we all know, o ly.communist want that, communist.promise that, but it never works because the capitalist.world takes.good.care.of it not working,.with war, blockades and demonization of all around all corrupt regimes like vilma Rousseff's who has been state-coped to privatize the amazon for all the water, oil, miningun agro, forests, and all that Brazilian butt, there is gold there in all that Brazilian butt
      and Vilma will not be there to be the madrota that gets paid for it...

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    3. 10:45-They are not 'stealing' mining operations.Your government lets them in[foreign investment]yes and most likely for the kickbacks otherwise there would never be a mine there therefore no $ for them.I'm sure they are told they have to pay kickbacks to operate there or there will be 'trouble'.Only thing I wonder about is they must cook the books as the shareholders would be totally against kickbacks.There was some issues with Walmart going into Mexico and paying bribes also especially because they wanted to be 1st before Sorianas in Baja Sur and had to pay 'extra'.

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  4. someone should make a movie with all the shootout clips.....cool shit

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  5. Gracias Otis for BCS news

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  6. Oh, no, every group of narcos has their own politician or military and police or business associate, freeloaders just get shot quicker...

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    1. Can you tell me what is the situation now in cabo san lucas. I have many relatives there. Chris M.

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    2. You will be fine i almost guarantee it. Im from the states living in la paz i feel safer here than most cities ive lived in at home.

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    3. Thank you for my uncle Eli in Cabo. Greetings from Chris M. in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

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  7. Sinaloa esta perdiendo su poder. Ya no es lo mismo que antes.

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  8. Why do sicarios like jettas? Are they just easy to steal or what?

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    1. It's a status symbol. Much like Ed Hardy was a fad at 1 time. - El Sol Perdido

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    2. There small maneuverable cars just like the Nissan tsuru plus if the jetta is a gli 1.8 turbo perfect combo

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    3. Not only the sicarios like them but so do the civilians. It's a culture thing. Makes them think they're cool but they don't know cool.

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    4. A los chilangos les gustan los jettas 'cause they think it's kool :)

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    5. Dont let me get started here in la Frontera Tijuanense, everybody and thier grandma own a jetta. 2006-2010 models burned out.

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    6. It is a German thing, the Germs not only sell H&K guns license to mexicans, the germs could not conquer mexico on time for WWII, so they joined the reaganautas in saluting the SS TOTTENKOPF martyrs in their tomb/monument to open the new globalization efforts, the Germs also traffic drugs all over the world, they invented them, (fack the english chinese tea) and kissinger nazi rat line protéger Klaus barbie took great care of cocaine processes in bolivia before colombia became the cocaine for the world staging center warehouse for peru, bolivia, cacaine and grifa from all comers...US supervised...

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    7. Also VW does a 0% finance special to keep sales up. In the states gor sure i would think they do it around the globe. If a sacario takes his own car to do a hit then he just deserves to die. I would suspect its stolen.

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    8. American cars are built for American road layouts, European cars are built to handle well in the corners, in cities, as the nature of our roads are much more twisty turny, as the infrastructure of our roads is much older than the USA.

      If you are a sicario in a city intent on getting away quickly without tyres squealing and the noise of the large V8 being revved high,which is a kind of a giveaway. Certainly doesn't attract a lot of attention because of its standard "eurobox" shape.

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  9. Not to mention all the CANADIAN mining interests all over Mexico.......probably payin' slave wages to their workers..........

    Good time to book a trip to Acapulco , GRO too.......

    Dios las bendigo las inocentes

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    1. 8:32 dios bendiga tus nalgas for saying it like it is...

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  10. Yay for the good guy ! Hope they win !

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  11. There was visible corruption within the municipal police force in the past, but conversations with state police and military left me feeling free and easy.

    To the extent that federal police and military have been effective, I'd have a hard time buying a story of widespread corruption in BCS at that level.

    The state police might be conspicuously absent when there is trouble, but the municipal police in La Paz are just as likely to be instigating a crime as they are to be completely invisible.

    Federal police at Topolobampo are probably getting paid off.

    "Protection" by state police is a little more nuanced, limited jurisdiction means that only the federal police are going to investigate sex and drug crimes, so elements of the military and local, state police, are responsible for the security of everyone. "Receiving protection" implies that that isn't what these cops are supposed to be doing. Special consideration or active conspiracy in criminal matters is another matter.

    A lot of the BCS state government feel they owe their personal security to a permissive attitude toward the criminal element. Violence in the state is very low, crime is very high.

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    1. Both BC NORTH AND SOUTH governments have the gangs, sicarios and traffickers working for them, we all know shit rolls downhill, and there are no "sicarios" up there...

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    2. The protection that the Pepos give is in the form of information that says a raid by federal police is about to happen. Any cartel related drug activity comes under the jurisdiction of the PGR and SEIDO, while both are Federal Institutions, the Fed Police just carry out the capture.

      Feds would notify the Pepos, transit and Municipal police of activity in their area. At high level. Sicarios often dress up as Police, and or are Police, the Feds would want to be sure that they are not engaged by local police thinking they are Sicarios in uniform.

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  12. Grazie for the awesome ppst Otis. You are always on top of all the news. I appreciate that BB posts these stories on fb. That's how I found this one. Bravo to all of you for always taking the time to keep us up to date and educated. Many blessings to all of you. Peace to all innocents from Cape Town.

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