Sunday, July 10, 2016

Tamaulipas: Authorities Confirm the Deaths of 14 in Wave of Violence




Translated by Valor for Borderland Beat

Ciudad Victoria saw a violent day Saturday as various news outlets reported that the “drug war” between organized crime groups had left 14 people dead, and at least four wounded.

The Secretary General of the Government of Tamaulipas, Herminio Garza Palacios, confirmed the deaths of 14 people during a violent day that took place on Saturday in the state.

“We had two unfortunate incidents in Ciudad Victoria, at 7am in a house located in the extension López Mateos, in the capital city, there were 11 members of a family who were deprived of their lives by armed people,” he said.

He specified that 11 people were members of a family that included two adult men and nine women, among them two minors.

The secretary general reported that the victims were identified as Gregoria García Amaya, María del Rosario Carrizales Amaya, Griselda Carrizales Amaya, María Cirila Contreras García, Galilea and Mariana García Amaya, María Pizaña Carrizales, Estefanía Guadalupe Pizaña Carrizales, Raymunda Amaya Contreras, Cruz Felipe Pizaña Saldivar and Angel Daniel Carrizales Amaya.

In a second incident, gunmen entered a house wounding three members of a family and deprived the lives of three others.  The victims were identified as Miguel Ángel Mendoza Día, Mara Campillo Mata and Estefanía Martínez Díaz.

He added that federal forces are working together to take appropriate action to find those responsible.

According to ministerial police reports that the Associated Press had access to, it indicates that during Friday night and early Saturday morning, there were more attacks in different parts of the city.

One of those attacks occurred in the urban truck terminal, where a 16 year old youth died, while in another incident, a house was attacked with grenades and was subsequently torched.

The wave of violence is part of the “drug war” for the control of Ciudad Victoria by the Cártel del Noreste and the group calling itself Zetas Vieja Escuela,” says the newspaper El Mañana.


According to local media, authorities came at dawn [on Saturday] to the neighborhood Ampliación Adolfo López Mateos, since the house located on Privada Itace #50 Street, between the Autonomous University of Tamaulipas and the Escuela Normal Superior of Tamaulipas, were reports about the murder of 10 members of a family and four wounded.

In other events that took place on Pamoranes de la Colonia Revolución Verde Street, the authorities were alerted about four people who were “executed” by an armed group.

Furthermore, at the stroke of 23:00 hours, a youth whose identity is unknown was murdered in an OXXO convenience store.

In addition, the page Valor por Tamaulipas mentions some of the events that took place during the morning.  At 23:00 hours, there were reports of someone shot and injured in Eje vial y Mina; at 00:30 hours, someone shot and wounded in the bar El 5 Bravo; at 01:30 hours, someone executed in the neighborhood Benito Juárez; at 02:34 hours, two teenagers assaulted, and at least one of them died in the neighborhood Echeverría.

According to information from its website, the first reports of 7am confirmed the deaths of 14 people who were apparently executed, among them two minors.

Finally, Valor por Tamaulipas shared the image of a narco-message that threatens Ciudad Victoria, it reads: “Every day will be like this, under the orders of the Sr. [El Señor].  ATT. CDN Commander GAFE.”

For its part, the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (INEGI), in its most recent report in 2014, reports that the state of Tamaulipas presented a victimization rate amounting to 23,339 per 100,000 inhabitants, which means that there is a considerable prevalence of crimes that affect homes and businesses.

The institute reports that the alleged uncommon and federal crimes registered in interventions by the police until 2012, were attended by the state police 99% of times and that the remaining 1% were responded to by the local security force.

In addition, the Semáforo Delictivo (Criminal Signal) reports that Tamaulipas, compared with other states and for the month of May 2016, had a rate of 1.3 homicides per 100,000 inhabitants.  It similarly refers to Ciudad Victoria, for 2015, had a homicide rate of 17.4% per 100,000 inhabitants, a situation that makes it the third most dangerous city in the state, only below Matamoros (23.9%) and Nuevo Laredo (19.5%).

The Center for Development Research A.C. (CIDAC), through its crime rate updated until 2013, reports that Tamaulipas has a rate of 67.4% per 100,000 inhabitants in terms of involvement of the institution, not only the incidence or occurrence of crimes, but also the weight of each in the perception of insecurity.

Tamaulipas, on the northern border of Mexico, is one of the most affected states by organized crime and, to date, the only state with two former governors who are wanted by the United States.

The Mexican government and local media remain silent as cartel violence and killings have become commonplace in the city of Tamaulipas, under the constant clashes between two rival drug cartel groups of Los Zetas that continue to fight for control.

Source: Sin Embargo

85 comments:

  1. I underestimated cdn power seems they are giving vieja escuela a fight to the end. bravo 01 seems more talk than action bragging about their old rusted ass rpg and barret rifle.z40 still calling shots seems pretty realistic i bet he comes and goes at will like they did in coahuila.

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    1. they just killed 14 random people. Old school zetas are the ones actually chopping cdn top heads. 40 won't do shit as usual they all know he's a backstabbing coward even z50 had more balls back in the day.

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    2. El bravo has been doing most of the action not cdn. Actually read and not just in one site.either way I think is all pussy shit. Killing innocent people that don't have shit to do with the business is for cowards

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    3. Escuela has been sweeping cdn off their feet. Just because they killed 2 kids and family members doesn't mean squat. Makes them scumbags

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    4. Z40 has been running the CDN from prison since he was incarcerated, that's why the conflict started; the old school zetas started getting released from prison and didn't like the way 40 and 42 were running the cartel (through their nephews Kiko and Huevo Treviño), so they started a war against the Treviño-Morales faction (CDN).

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    5. those people from victoria havent done a thing they just put their mantas and run back into thedesert they havent killed any one but some civilains they want to pass off as halcones and some guy that knows some people in the cartel .... the war is betwen those guys from victoria against the rest of the CDNZ they just like to make their threats but nobody takes them seriously

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    6. 5:24 so, el taliban is back with the old zetas? He did not like las Niñaz Treviñaz, the old zetas could go and kick kiko's ass in the overthere, but las Trevis stole all the bank, and are murderers of pretty girls from the US if they don't share the love...

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    7. 1:20...El Taliban (z50) got extradited to the U.S. in 2013...

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    8. el 50 people went back to work with the cdn, because they knew their boss was the traitor lol ...

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    9. their is a reason why he didnt fight extradition ... he wasnt wanted in mexico by the zetas or the sinaloa cartel for being a traitor

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    10. Z40 left everybody without money for even the maruchan, no zetas got caught with all the blueberry pie in the snout like las Niñaz Treviñaz, for some reason, las golfas like sinaloa have a better record track of paying their workers...

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    11. 12:20 PM
      They also never mention the many zetas that defected and went working with the linea in juarez...

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  2. Anda suelta la perra...

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  3. Two former governors wanted by the US, drug trafficker and cartel benefactor Tomas Yarrington el compadre de "W" former governor of tejas, and manuel cavazos lerma whose record has been hidden, I mean "classified" by the US for his help in making legal the giving away of pemex...
    --the municipal police should be having 100% participation in investigations, not the state police, there you have the seeds of the murderings, the state wants to "control" crime as the criminal governor sees fit, because $$$, and that requires installing yellow tape around the crime scene and make a report that says nothing and is worth nothing...

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    1. Municipal more corrupt than State police. Cartel basics 101 lesson 1 day 1. T.M.

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  4. Great post valor. The war between CDN and Vieja Escuela has really escalated in the past month; daily shootouts and drive-bys, dismemberment of estacas and their families (all shared on social media), and mantas threatening grenade attacks and car bombs. Awesome to have a mainboard story on the Zetas civil war, the forum has gotten a little quiet recently (no disrespect to Itzli and all the other forum members who have put together a great thread)

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    1. Las comadres del forum are re-organizing, I am sure they will come back with their nails pretty well sharpened, who da' boss there?

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  5. Siguen ladrando los perros señal que estoy avansando!!

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    1. 1:12 Los perros que van avanzando, no saben que horas son...
      Necesitan un Gallo que les cante en la mañana?

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  6. At least the CDN zetas don't put out rat mantas, however, not good for BB reporters and readers!
    Since there is no big manta from ZERO1 I suspect CDN is whacking them in the azzz!

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    1. Well, it never has been a seta 40's style to warn his targets that Judas is about to strike them, or that they are not going to be paid, because z40 found a horse he likes better than his lavacarros eating maruchan...

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    2. Los setas que no saben escribir mataron a los setas que sabian escribir, that why no mantas...

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  7. True shit, if the families were innocent FUCK the whole cartels in the world that do this!!!

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  8. They own a lot of government, public officials, businesses for washing dinero, etc in Rio grande valley.

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  9. Puro CDN bien pilaz Piedraz Negraz a Laredo hasta Cd Victoria limpiando Tamaulipaz-El Zakatripaz de la Indepe Monterrey.NL

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    1. 5.57
      "Puro CDN bien pilaz"..To kill women and children ?

      Should be fuckin ashamed...cdn/z,,JUST KILLED A LOAD OF MEXICAN WOMEN AND MOTHERS...Should be fuckin ashamed

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  10. ... CDN Uses A lot Of Social Media For Their Messages/Mantas ... Also, There Was A Narco Manta From A Bravo 1 Sicario Along With Pic Of A Decapitated Member Of CDN ...

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  11. I may sound stupid but what is the difference between:
    " deprived of their lives", as opposed to "were executed” and "was murdered"? All these phrases were used in this article. Most of all, what in the world is "deprived of their lives"?

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    1. It is a writing style of many Mexican journalist. Maybe they feel "deprived of their lives" just sounds a little more classy than "murdered" or "executed"

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    2. 7:29 you sound stupid, just enjoy the rethoric for the variations and enrich your language skills...
      --then you could land a job with "el licenciado epn", since he never got his degree por burro and needs help...

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    3. You are not stupid!
      Its a way to vary the writing without to repeat the same word over and over. Therefor use similar words with the same meaning to keep the readers interested.

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    4. 3:46am I don't think it's consciously done to keep readers interested because you could do that even if you repeat the words (actually, if it was consciously done it would show a slight lack of writings skills). DD's reply was more spot on. Keep in mind that a lot of BB "readers", not all, don't seem to read much at all and are easily thrown off when they read stuff they're not accostumed to.

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    5. And the point is?

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    6. 12:24 Read the thread.

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  12. z40 going back to car washing... old school zetas will win in the end... they started all the Z stuff.

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    1. Old z cant win el 40 stole all the loop and kept it in the familia money equals power and old z dont have. They hate the player cus he knows how to make money they should hate the game.if they alinearse then the cartel be better off.You cant bite the hand that feeds you.Just like the cdg/z back in the gap.cdn is more financially stable and more connections for drugs.old school is desperate and more like terrorists fighting for scraps.

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    2. its thanks to zeta 40 that they became a cartel at all if not they would have still been doing the gulf cartels dirty work.... the CDSinaloa,CDGolfo,FAMILIA CARTEL,BELTRANES,JUAREZ CARTEL, JALISCO CARTEL AND THE MEXICAN MILITARY all have attempted to kill him and take nuevo laredo from him... what makes you think a small group of traitors is going to do it????

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    3. Haiga sido como haiga sido, z40 is in prison, and the setas are in the crapper...
      Their real bosses, "the elite zetas" keep thriving from the presidential chair on dawn...

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    4. Wow a lot of ignorance in here. Los zetas became a cartel cuss the gulf cartel showed them how to do it. And the man behind it was lazcano not the treviños at all. The treviños only went up by betraying everybody else above them. 40 is not even an original zeta. These are facts son

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    5. If El r1 is alive no one wld want to work with that guy especially if he had a hand in what happened to el metro.

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    6. Both Z:47 z40 is the reason zetas split, he would not pay el taliban y su gente, because buying horses and ranchos for HIS TREVIÑA NIÑAS famiglia was much more important than the maruchan slaves...
      --even el lazca got his up the ass for his just dessertzzz...

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    7. 4:47-They do all the time that is bite the hand that feeds them.No honour among thieves.It's simple greed that goes against their better judgement.Like a drug addict or a little kid:don't think about down the road but the right here and now but maybe for some the future isn't so bright.It's maybe get it while you can.

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  13. Cdg/z stories and articles get my hair jumpin too much excitement and drama highly sophisticated stories. sinaloa articles give me chorro cant stand their lies corridos snitching and selfies.They probably fight about who can go longer without eating En la sierra.

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    1. Wow, really?
      This is a blog about the sad reality of our Mex/US borderland and should be read for information. Not read n commented on like it is a movie plot.
      @5:00 people like you discuss me worse than the criminals who commit the atrocities that are reported on this site.
      Maybe someday your cadaver will be in the news to excite some other twisted soul... It's called karma

      -Discussed in the U.S.

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  14. Congratulations zeta u have done a great job of ruining tamps. U should be proud I think about ur kids future and stop the killing

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  15. It's r1 reyes mejia with los bravos z vieja escuela or is he back as cdg?

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    1. A lot of people claim that R1 is dead. Killed by Zetas in la frontera chica (Mier).

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    2. R1 is still cdg but in alliance with sinaloa cartel and some old school zetas..

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    3. There is something I read a bout a year or 2 back saying the Doode is laying low out in Starr county area of tex/ Rio b of Mex.. Still doing his thing but I'm from the valley and those areas are the most heated and on lockdown areas, so may be true

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    4. A while back someone posted that he was in south victoria with kelin.

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    5. R1 Reyes Mejia with Zetas and CDG ?
      Who believes that shit,take your pick which one would be first to behead his ass,hes long gone,unless hes the rey the reyes"Reyes"consíguelo,,yeah right

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    6. El R1 todavia sigue ladrando como perro bravo. El anda con los de la vieja escuela. Juan Mejia no tuvo que aver nada con lo que le paso a Samuel M3. El puto de toro y Coss le echaron la culpa por que en ese rato el R1 y el M3 estavan enojados por que los dos querian parte de un puente en Reynosa. C1 y R1 siguen bien pilas los patrones. Como cuando el Sr. Ociel andava libre.

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    7. R1 anda escondido en Zantiago Nuevo Leon...

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    8. El unico R1 que hay es RAFAEL CARO QUINTERO, y no vale madre el güey, se acaba de pasar casi 30 años en la carcel.
      Mejor la chapa se ha pelado 2 veces del bote y de miles de intentos de arresto, y eso que el no mató al cardenal Posadas Ocampo, tampoco jueron los arellanuses, fué Carlos Salinas de Gortari y su policia judicial federal..."todo un Priángulo"

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  16. The potential solution to these problems is that the bosses need a summit like the one that took place in 1957 with the mafia bosses in USA. They made new rules with an understanding about this and that to be agreed with by all parties.

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    1. That will never happen.

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  17. Juan Reyes R1 first of is not from Mier that seems to be what everyone thinks. R-1 is from Nueva Ciudad Guerrero started working for the Zetas then jumped ships to CDG and became SR. M-3 right hand. R-1 is long dead for some reason media blogs keep on saying that his alive and stuff that's false. M-4 once he realized that R-1 killed his boss M-3 went to go look for R-1 in Reynosa and both were involved in a shootout. R-1 fleed to Miguel Aleman but M-4 bought the marines soon after Rs got arrested or killed. R-1 fleed to Texas then went to Michoacan and was killed there by templars on orders of Mario Pelon and M-4.
    CDN is basically treviño Morales family plus nuevo Laredo, Coahuila. The Zetas vieja escuela are old school zetas original zetas like Rex z12, and a lot of Lazcano's people not wanting Z40's leadership and recieving orders from Nvo Laredo. It's getting really bad all the killings and stuff but it will for sure get worse.

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    1. how do you know the templars killed him?

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    2. 6.04
      About R1,who knows for sure who killed him,but he more than likely well dead.With all the killing going on in CDG at that time,to figure that he swerved it and survived to now without anyone gettin to him? Diablo and Rey de Reyes didnt help with the rumor

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    3. @July 11, 6:04PM

      According to the U.S. Dept. Of State, Juan Reyes Mejia Gonzalez, alias R1, was born in Ciudad Mier. What is your source for saying otherwise?

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    4. R1 sigue al mando al Sur de Tamaulipas con la vieja escula. El sr. C1 ahora esta asu lado. C1 en Matamoros y R1 con Bravos y Talibanes al Sur de Tamaulipas. Pero si cren que esta muerto no se asusten cuando lo miren.

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    5. Why would the templarios kill him if he and Enrique Plancarte were good friends? He was born in Miér bit leaved in Nueva Ciudad Guerrero. If he was dead, why did el coyote y su banda make a new corrido for him? Even a couple of Metros have reported that they are worry that r1 may come back to reynosa. They know r1 was frame. Rumors were that either el coss, mario pelon or gafe had kill m3.

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    6. i read somewhere that mike el gringo killed m3 and m4. thats why he was killed by pelon

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    7. No one knows what happened to el r 1 word in the border is that he was killed by gunship. Some say el chapo had him killed some say it was the mexican marines.either way he is dead.

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  18. That 1957 meeting made apalachin famous, because of all the more than 100 big mafiosos that got arrested for attending their buddy's bar-b-q there...
    --no better meeting coordinator than lucky luciano, in spite of everythin else, the mafia endures, and gets business done, whether coming or going

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  19. Nobody would ever be arrested at this potential summit as the Mexican government bosses would be in attendance too to formulate a meeting of the minds. We cannot leave out all the bosses can we.

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    1. There was a meeting had already, all of the big wigs in the beltran leyva, los setas, cdg, cds have been disposed of, la ma o con ojos, la barredora, rojos, pelones, setas, cida, all are gone, and that was the idea, trust a narco ganguero, mexicano, and that is what you get, up yours...

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  20. The pictures of all these WOMEN who were massacred is beyond belief,they are mostly middle aged and look like mothers?
    Fucking animals whoever did this,easy targets for big bad sicarios,a house full of unarmed women.No wonder everyone HATES LOS ZETAS whatever the fuck they call themselves.LOS RATS

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  21. The story on forum of a los Zetas sicaria gettin freaky with dead bodies and drinking blood is not only as big a line of boolshit as Z40 eating babies,but the picture is of the wrong girl,the girl in pictures called Denisse who is associated with Zeta estacas in Nuevo Laredo or bangin one?Its the wrong girl,but whatever?Probably originated from BDN ?

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    1. The thing about Dennise la flaca.Is all this shit,and her profile pictures from FB could easily get her killed by the other side or whoever,she isnt no sicaria.
      Another snide story from BDN was a young girl they said was Z42s new side,total lies.

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    2. --Los setas being associated with the pinchis kaibiles, makes it credible that they eat babies, and that includes zeta chorrienta...

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  22. All them Trevinoz should be hung by their nut sackz. Especially z40 n family and
    that Texas Sheriff Trevino n family.
    Only good zeta/Trevino in a dead one!

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    1. Sheriff Trevino wasnt that bad. I think he and his crew were young and dumb and got their kicks ripping of drug dealers. More like posers with a badge. Not nearly as evil as zetas. Dumb yes. But..no badge no balls. Probably boo hooing now behind bars with no one to blame but themselves.

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    2. @11:16
      "Wasn't that bad" SMH.
      11:16 must be blind, in denial, or a hugger.
      Texas, Hidalgo County Sheriff Lupe Trevino n his son Jonathan are a disgrace to law enforcement.

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    3. I stand by comments. Disgrace. Yes. Evil like Zetas no.

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    4. Lupe Treviño is a disgrace to mexicans mostly, but he did good work for his masters on the US, and I don't mean his Masters degree...

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    5. Off with the anti US shit again,bet your real class in private,ye kno,on the race angle?Imagine the mouth on this one ? What a hater

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    6. When a mexican gets a position of power and influence just to rob and murder and make himself some money, he betrays mexicans, where is the racism? We mexicans did not invent the racism or the nationalism, or the thin grey line, and have no room for criminals or their señoras or their mommy to come and defend them, lupe Treviño got political power from his güero masters, talk to them...

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  23. Does anyone know whats goin on in Miguel Aleman ?
    Videos of shootouts been posted and CDN left mantas and spray paint sayin they are here Miguel Alemán y Camargo ?

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  24. Easy to fix. The us needs to ship 40 and 42 to usa asap. Then bring 2 former governors of tamp. Also bertie. That fixes a lot of problems. Just do it!

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    1. Sin Embargo has the diciembre 15 2015 report with fotos.
      "Fundador de los zetas y su familia ejecutados en Matamoros por el cartel del golfo"...
      --It is like the cdg even got a city hall permit under their franchise name to do "the job" on rogelio gonzalez pizaña y familia...

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    2. Supposedly he got killed and his family also disappeared. How many family members? They just vanished? Sounds odd at best.

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  25. Z-40 for president.

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