Sunday, June 5, 2016

Executions and Shootouts Precede the Elections in Tamaulipas




By: Juan Alberto Cedillo | Translated by Valor for Borderland Beat

With less than 24 hours of going out to vote for the more than 2 million Tamaulipas residents, a series of violent incidents have taken place, including several assassinations, including the assassination of a ministerial agent, attacks against the federal police, which left two officers injured; as well as shootouts along the border that caused the alert level of the state and federal authorities to increase.

The most recent event was on Saturday afternoon in the border city of Reynosa where shootouts and persecutions were reported between military personnel and members of organized crime.

Half past 12:30, a chase and shootout was reported along the highway to Monterrey.

At 14:00 hours, the shootouts and persecutions had spread to various parts of the border city.

Since Saturday afternoon, the authorities have not yet reported the final results of the shootouts.

In addition, during the early hours of Saturday, a group of armed men ambushed a patrol vehicle of the federal police that was guarding a neighborhood in the west of Nuevo Laredo.

The criminals attacked the patrol vehicle with rifles from different points and as a result, left two officers injured.


Hours before, the Tamaulipas Coordination Group (GCT) reported that on Friday, June 3, members of the Secretariat of National Defense were attacked by armed civilians along a gap leading to a ranch located in the municipality of Nueva Ciudad Guerrero.


“By repelling the attack in defense of their lives, the soldiers took down one of the assailants, who has not yet been identified,” the statement said.

Friday night, the number of people killed totaled four.  Among them, was a person dismembered and another beheaded in Ciudad Victoria.

Ministerial Agent Executed



On Thursday, the ministerial agent Carlos Baudelio García was also found executed in the streets of the neighborhood San Marcos, in the Tamaulipas capital.  Other news articles claim he was a former ministerial agent.

On Friday, a narco-manta was hung signed by the CDN against the Los Zetas Vieja Escuela (Old School Zetas) where they attribute Carlos García as a collaborator:

“…I’m leaving your little friend and collaborator here, Carlos Baudelio Garcia Vazquez, also known as “El Negro” or “La Changa”, active member of Grupo Bravo of the Old School Zetas in charge of handling kidnappings that were made by Los Bravos and Los Zetas, look at the capital and the areas of Padilla, Berretal, and Santa Engracia, diverting investigations with the anti-kidnapping group since your friend Comandante Mariano de la Fuente was in place…”

“The same accusations were made by the current director of the ministerial police Porfirio Castillo who says about some agents that they work as liaisons, bosses, and commanders.  He has ‘arranged kidnapping’ from the ‘attorney and governor’ such as the kidnapping of footballer Alan Pulido and of others ‘kidnapped by the Zeta leader Pancho Carreon’ in Xicotencatl and El Mante.”

The CDN manta ends threatening the ministerial police for them to ‘open, or to align’ or they’re ‘going to end up the same or worse’ and without naming anyone in particular they warn: ‘Why do you want an armored vehicle if one day you have to come out faggots jaja”

The violent events increased vigilance to a maximum alert for the elections being held today (Sunday), where around 2.5 million citizens will go to the polls to elect governors, mayors, and representatives; after a campaign where candidates emphasized the issues of insecurity and violence.

Gubernatorial elections will be held today (June 5) in 12 states including: Aguascalientes, Chihuahua, Durango, Hidalgo, Oaxaca, Puebla, Quintana Roo, Sinaloa, Tamaulipas, Tlaxcala, Veracruz and Zacatecas.

Tamaulipas elections will be monitored by around 14,000 troops from the three levels of government.

The alert level also increased because the authorities have reports of threats of violence in the south of the state and in Ciudad Victoria.

Source: Proceso

24 comments:

  1. Free Chapo = Organization in plazas

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    1. Corrupt government = shit like this

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    2. Free or in jail chapo don't have no fucking say so in tamaulipas. This is cdg or zetas and their off shoots territory.I'm sure other cartels operate in Nuevo Laredo but on the low.

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    3. Sinaloa Has Been in Tamps as Well who do you think The CDG got merca from Jesus Albino Q.

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    4. 8:54 las setas get supplied by CDS TOO, BUT ONLY IF YOU ARE A GENTLEMAN CABALLERO...

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    5. You guys are dumb saying zetas get coke from Sinaloa's lol they got connections from Colombia just like the rest of the cartels cjng, cdg, even ct

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    6. True that 1:07 any mexican w avioneta and money pitched in can get keys from the source.. if sinaloa disappeared tomorrow id still get a1 coke delivered to my home no problem...even in russia thanx to - italian zeta
      Atte.English zeta

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    7. 8:18 no que t'habian mochado las orejas?

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    8. English and italian Zetas, your brotherzzz need help in tamps. Coah, NL, veracruz, cd juareeeez, mexico, vengan a ayudar, no sean panochudos...no tengan ñaañaarazz...

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    9. 5:24 in England they put steel rings en las orejas de los caballos y los english setas, to guide them through the ride.

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  2. Va a estar cabrón el robadero de votos, la falsificación, las computadoras arregladas, y de todo eso depende epn y su pinchi pri.

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  3. Decapitated head thrown outside polling station in Veracruz, with Z manta. Molotov cocktails thrown at PRD offices. PAN offices shot up. And this was all just yesterday.

    http://www.diariocambio.com.mx/2016/nacional/item/14701-tiran-cabeza-en-casilla-electoral-con-mensaje-para-el-alcalde-de-veracruz

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    1. Miguel angel yunes linares is the candidate for PRD and el PAN, "su alteza la marrana" duarte de ochoa is not "happeee", no se están portando bien con el y el pri...

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  4. Tan construyendo un puente en China :)

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    1. 9:09 I hope they hang your nalgas pelonas del puente ese...

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  5. CDN will find out the hard way that the Old School Zetas won't be easy to defeat.

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  6. Pan/prd alliance, vs el puto PRI, BUT THERE ARE A FEW OTHER CANDIDATES, MORENA has the best guy, I think his name is "what's his name"? Just facking vote MORENA.

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  7. Hard to imagine that people still sign up for the military n Police career in Mexico. When they have no hope

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    1. Sign up for the Autodefensas, make sure no government gets involved, vote for MORENA, and make sure they don't steal for amlo, because that means a death sentence for treason, law enforcement and justice administration is too serious a business to be left in the hands of the government doctors and lawyers that have been selling mexico down the drain...
      --Expect not to get rich and A LOT OF PROBLEMS, and remember the redeemer gets crucified first...and no friend will acknowledge they even know him until much later...

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    2. Duh whats worng with you? Havent you learned anything reading BB? Police in Mexico = Cartel with a badge.

      With the billions paid in bribes it is a very lucrative career. I remember 20 years ago in TJ it came out that you had to pay USD 1 million to become a cop and that was 20 years ago.

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    3. Police I've talked to say the job gives them a lot of peace of mind. You just can't win without a uniform in a lot of cities. And if I were native born Mexican I would join the Marina. Hope doesn't matter when you have discipline and pride and strength yourself. You stand so others can hope.

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    4. 11:48 yessereee, when you have 5.00 pesos in your pocket pa la tortas y las chescas, you have the world in your pocket...
      That why polesias don't worry none ever...

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  8. Mexico keeps degenerating worse and worse . I am beginning to think there is no hope for Mexico . It seems like a 3rd world hell down there . There are so many criminals "jockeying for position . Will they ever be killed out ? A hero of many is Dr Mireles but it seems he has a old record of being a trafficker . What is real down there ? What does the common person want for mexico ? Just get back to dope dealing of the past without so much violence ? Mexico is suffering the consequences of their past . Sure there are a majority that was never involved but the leader tolerated it , if not involved . For the better part of half a century , since I was old enough to have memory of , Mexicans have complained of political corruption . Then there history long before my memory .
    Why ?

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  9. 11:12 chile's democrata-Cristianos whose US sponsored terrorism provided the excuse for the military to go to war against its unarmed citizens got tired of the junta dictatorship, and started singing about the tortures murders, disappearances, including foreigners, american and spanish, the US navy and the CIA could not cover it up, the US withdrew and the junta fell.
    --You have about 20 more juntas to bring down, including mexico, all bona-fide mass murdering genocidas, waiting for their crimes to "prescribe"...with support of the US government...

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