Sunday, August 28, 2016

The war between Los Zetas and Cartel del Norte; is a reflection of daily life in Tamaulipas

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from a Valor por Tamaulipas article

Subject Matter: Life in Tamaulipas under the shadow of impunity
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required


Reporter: Anonymous
There is a huge house with a large garden in the city of Victoria in Tamaulipas, it is surrounded by high walls, and this house in turn, is within a community protected by even higher fences and surrounded by security guards. But even here, a businessman sitting in his armchair and surrounded by photographs of his family and religious images, does not feel safe.

"No one trusts anyone", he said. "Ten years ago this estate was not fenced and the children of residents used to play outside here."

But in recent time, he has gone to the funeral of four close friends and residents have sent their children to live in safer areas. Almost everyone that this businessman knows in the Tamaulipas area, in north east Mexico, will only discuss security problems under conditions of anonymity. Everyone here is afraid of retaliation by criminals.




This State that borders Texas, has been the epicentre of efforts of successive Governments to contain the drug trafficking cartels operating in the this area, since the administration of Felipe Calderon, who launched a military campaign against the cartels, and a decade later EPN continues along the same path. (Otis: this can never be achieved, when a proportion of police, armed forces, and civil and government administrators are in the pockets of the CDG, CDN and Los Zetas and Government subjugate the population to keep them from taking matters into their own hands. I believe that this can only be achieved by ordinary Mexican citizens mobilizing, the AD in Michoacán showed what can be done in only a very short period of time).

A particularly intense offensive against the Los Zetas cartel, who are based in this State among others, managed to kill or capture most of their leadership between 2012 and 2015. But the imprisonment or death of these leaders has had little effect to help safeguard security in this area.

A test of how bad things have become was seen in March of this year, when a narco manta threatened the wholesale murder of innocent civilians if the Government did not stop the extradition proceedings of Z-40 and Z-42. Since then, other narco mantas have repeated the threat and killings have increased. "Our lifestyle here has changed completely", said a shop owner anonymously.

The man admitted to paying piso to the cartels in exchange for protection for his business, but he still lives in fear. He is in contact with his family all the time through a whatsap group, where situations of risk are reported on a who, when and where basis, the man said that one of his uncles was killed by Los Zetas in 2015 for no apparent reason, they came to his house, lifted him and killed him, and nobody from our family can fathom a reason why.

The number of homicides in Mexico increased during the early years of Calderons offensive against the cartels, and then decreased slightly at the end of his six year administration and during the first years of EPN's administration. The statistics of murder have begun to increase again. According to official figures ( Otis: Chivis rule of thumb is Government figures are roughly one tenth of reality ), there were 10,301 homicides between January and June of this year. That is a 15% rise on the figures for the same period of last year, although the average of 57 murders per day remains lower than the figures for 2011, the year when the statistics reached their peak.

Many of the worst atrocities over the last decade have been carried out by Los Zetas in Tamaulipas, such as the massacre of the 72 migrants from central America who were unarmed and defenceless in San Fernando.

The Los Zetas cartel formed in the State at the end of the 1990's, when deserters from the Mexican army and the police were recruited by the leader of the Cartel del Golfo, Osiel Cardenas Guillen, the friend killer, as his personal bodyguard. They were led by Arturo Guzman Decena, El Z-1, who the army killed in 2002.

The origin of the cartels name is surrounded in myth, of which the more common is that there is nothing after the letter Z. Others claim it is taken from the Mexican Special Forces GAFE radio call signs which start with the letter Z. The name infuses so much fear in parts of the country where these is a strong presence of Los Zetas, that locals will not say their name but will refer to them as "la ulitma letra" or the last letter.

Heriberto Lazcano Lazcano, know as Z-3, was in charge of feeding that reputation when he replaced Z-1 as leader, and lead the group to independence from the Cartel del Golfo.

When Los Zetas broke away from the Cartel del Golfo in 2010, it triggered one of the worst cartel wars on Mexican soil, which shows no sign of abating. They waged war and continue to do so in Tamaulipas. These battles resulted in an especially focused effort to topple the leaders of Los Zetas. ( Otis: I don't believe the Mexican government has EVER made any serious effort to take down either the CdG or Los Zetas, as they are much more concerned with lining their own pockets than protecting Mexican citizens, and only interfere with the cartels when the civilian populace is on the verge of breakdown, or a Cartel leader is not paying the Government their piso.)

The Mexican Marines killed Z-3 in 2012. This left the cartel under the control of Miguel Trevino Morales, El Z-40. It is believed that his capture was as a result of internal problems that triggered the current crime wave in Ciudad Victoria, where the Zetas have kept a strong domain of criminal control of local authorities.

That is terrorism in every sense of the word

"A group want to win control, and another group does not want to relinquish its control", said an official of the State of Tamaulipas, born and raised in Ciudad Victoria, who once served in the Mexican Army.

A State police officer , who asked to remain anonymous for fear of reprisals, identified one of the factions of Los Zetas as the Cartel de Norte, allegedly lead by Kiki, also known as Kiki Trevino, a nephew of Z-40 and Z-42. The other faction is called Grupo Bravo, also known as Escuela Vieja or old school Z. The names give justice to the idea that this is a generational fight between old and new leaders, but the reality is it is a territorial fight and that the lack of strong leadership to keep them in line.

The same holds true for Ants, said an officer of the DEA involved in the kingpin strategy developed in 1992 to directly combat the cartel leaders, and launched by Calderon in 2006 and continued by EPN. He explains that when an Ant Queen is finished, the insects regroup and return to the nest, where another Queen Ant will take over leadership.

The result in Ciudad Victoria, added the officer is the current threats to slaughter innocent civilians, threats that have never been issued before. "That is terrorism in every sense of the word", he said.

The narco manta laid in the month of March that threatened to kill civilians randomly, unless the extradition process against the Trevino brothers was stopped, reflect the manner in which the kingpin strategy has failed the people of Ciudad Victoria.

While the Governments of the USA and Mexico trumpet the captures and extraditions of important bosses, there are many willing to step up into their places ( the hydra effect ) willing to hang out poorly written mantas threatening the Government, with Kiko as the top leader, who has made it clear that he is willing to kill as many as he has to to achieve his ambitions.

The manta threats were not covered in local press. The information filtered out through social networks, or by word of mouth in Ciudad Victoria, journalists in this area are too scared to publish these details, said a frustrated reporter from Tamaulipas.


This journalist explains further, he has stopped publishing stories about security since the violence escalated after the Zeta and CDG split in 2010. So far, the newspaper he works for just do reports on government bulletins detailing the number and place of the dead. He added that in the majority of photographs of these incidents, there are more bodies than in the actual reports.

"The people wanted to know why we were not publishing the reality of what was happening, it was not because we did not want to publish what we knew, its that its not worth risking your life by doing it."


The reporter added that it would be suicide to try and find out why armed men killed 11 people of the same family in July, four children, five women, two men and the dog of the family. One of the women and two children were USA citizens who were visiting family in Ciudad Victoria. Another 8 people were killed and 24 were injured in a shootout that same week.

The Cartel del Norte assumed responsibility for the massacre in a narco manta signed by Z-40. The text claims that the massacre was a revenge for the lack of protection that the Governor Egidio Torre Cantu owed in exchange for the bribes he received.

The manta asks Osorio Chong to come and collect the dead bodies of the civilians, and that "I will continue ordering attacks against the civil population in Ciudad Victoria".

Days after gunmen murdered five members of a another family in the same city. Authorities found the bodies, a grandmother, mother, he two children and a baby of four months old.

A teacher in Ciudad Victoria tells us that one of the murdered boys was a high school student at the school where he works, although the victim was not one of his personal students. His students aged 13-15 are fighting against the constant pressure that the violence brings, as well as recruitment efforts carried out by the criminal groups.

The professor tells that some times he has problems getting to his school due to the danger in the streets. Once he actually arrives at school, he is concerned that some of his students may be cartel members. "The problem is you cannot be strict; the students are scary and you don't know who they are, or their parents or neighbours."

The deep mistrust that permeates the city makes its inhabitants avoid going out at night and be careful what they say to whom at any time.

There seems to be no solution to the problem, he clings to the hope that a political solution can be negotiated without damage to the civil population, and laughs at the idea that any government can make Tamaulipas a state free of cartels.

"All of us hope that the new government can achieve a settlement with the bad guys, so to the cartels, let us work and let us live."

84 comments:

  1. Let the mugre killed themselves their animals anyways..

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    1. They are killing babies....I'm sorry but the US needs to declare war on Mexico, send in OUR troops (navy seals or seal team 6's)to exterminate the pieces of shit heads of these organizations and all of their subordinates!! Wipe them out! I'm tired of hearing that babies are murdered in the name of "drug trafficking"..f that!! It's gone too far!!

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    2. 11:29- a) you realize that seal team 6 is part of the navy seals right? b) why would we waste our best troops on these miserable scumbags?

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    3. 11:29 we dont want a syria in Mexico....the U.S already armed the cartels, you would really help us if you make a petition that your government stops sending weapons to the wrong people.. Just stay away and keep playing heroes in the M.E.

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    4. I've always wondered if USA invaded Mexico would Mexicans really cared.

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    5. They don't need an invasion of USA to Mexico you morons that's why they got the auto defends logic they don't need no one else help ever since Dr.MIRELES started the movement did go well during Syria? I guess not Obama was to busy arming jihadist and terrorist cia armed groups instead of honest hardworking Mexican people and you fucktards only want to see more blood than arrest's BTW I can't wait for the us. Too collapse anf we will see who's going too be all brave and tough in reality than just wanting too decare war on Mexico you supid prick war mongering cunt august 30th @11:29

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  2. What, setas 40 and 42 were murdering innocent people before they were even charged and now they keep terrorizing their home state?
    Just what kind of pendejos are running tamaulipas?
    What kind of pendejos are in charge of public security? Epn and salvador cienpedos? Admiral what's his name? ANd the federal government still claims law and order can only flow from their hands from el DF, through their "mando unico" de mamones...
    Behead z40 and z42 aka L40 and l42 and go hunting el kike treviño, what is the problem, is the juersaz tamaulipas too busy collecting piso or murdering innocent people and robbing their trucks?

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    1. Kiko Treviño aka El Mata Mujeres and su compadre Javier Ramirez owner of the restaurant El Zanto Remedio in Laredo, Texas

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  3. Blame past Pri administration's for this problem. Can the Pan get it straight who knows. A vote for the pri was the same thing. So what did have lose so I voted Pan like my friends. Only God knows what's wrong with these zeta s. They love killing. Crazy world. US is same way look at Chicago

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    1. The juersaz tamaulipas del viejidio cantu and the Herculos will be out of a job and away from the state budget, guess what, the new governor has problemo, he bends over ritaway or he gets bent over ritaway, I think more than cartel fights this is a fight to be in the state nomina, but blame lo setas y las golfas y los chapulines all you want, private security corporations are way more dangerous, powerful, criminal and greedy than the cartels ever were how about a report on them?

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    2. That's why we call it Chiraq.

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    3. 11:06
      --Chicago's criminals are gangbangers let loose by private parties...
      --In mexico it is all terrorism of state, a big difference, the state sponsors and unleashes crime on its citizens...

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    4. Only dip shits call Chicago,
      Chirac. Douche bags

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  4. They look impressive on the photo. All heavily armed, all wearing helmets and bullet-prove vests. I am sure all of this cost a fortune.

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    1. 7:02 the ct were supplied their Templar Knights helmets, $0.15 USD each, made in china, puro pinchi plastico, con espada!!!
      --Same thing with these "Kartel del nortiao" helmets, no swords.

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    2. This ain't the ct. And the weapons come usually from tx.

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    3. The 1's out front look about 12 to 13 year olds.Boy are Zeta's ever desperate.

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  5. I can't think of anything to say that hasn't already been stated many times before, but here we go. This is extremely sad. I've never had an issue with the drug business. They're simply supplying for the demand. My way around it? Don't get involved and do my best to educate those that I love. It will never end so no need to stress over it. To that end, why can't these groups operate like they did years ago? You knew they were there but mainly remained anonymous. They left people alone.

    This may be the ignorance in me, but why can't they share the corridors that they fight for so much? Isn't there more money to be made by remaining anonymous and working together than bringing attention to your groups while absolutely terrorizing the citizens and leaving bodies everywhere?

    The situation (in all of Mexico) is shitty.

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    1. The military got involved, they are not about smarts, just brute force, now coming and going from both sides and their recruits, it started when carlos salinas de gortari and his brother raul stole the mexican military budget and left not even calzones for the soldiers and they had to go and find their own maruchan in the deep pockets of the mexican drug traffickers...with the full backing of their "mandos" who also extort the soldiers and demand their cut, rain or shine...

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    2. @ 7:08 Pride and machismo. - El Sol Perdido

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  6. This war is more deadly than the linea vs gente nueva war

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    1. Not even close. The linea vs gente nueva war turned chihuahua into the most violent state in the world for 3yrs straight.

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    2. Gente nueva is only bad ass in their fake corridos. Zetas would chop them in peaces literally... That's why la linea always killed them off by the dozen..

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    3. 4:22 Oh, that is why taco bell stoppeda making chihuahuas tacos, great 'inbestigation'.
      Cesar duarte was closerthanthis to the governor back then, making points for his nomination, pitting his gangs against all comers, today he keeps doing it, remember the protection and impunity given to Sergio Rafael Barraza Bocanegra until the murder of the mother of his victim at the doors of the "palacio de gobierno" del estado de chihuahua, because he was a zeta...and the linia's Casas de la muerte in Cd Juareeez, all done by chihuahua state poolice...

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  7. It's bad in other states, but I think tamps is the worse one. Average citizens live surrounded by sharks. Pretty sad

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  8. It's the government that finished of the ct and la familia michoacana in michoacan to make room for cjng. That's why Calderon declared war on cartels (familia michoacana) in 2006 and murders went way up. Autodefenzas really didn't do much because pena nieto and michoacan gov. Killed them of or put them in prison to make room for cjng.Now that Enrique Pena nieto is in office, there's been slight changes of favoritism as cartels break of and fight internally. Which ever cartel has the Government on their pocket always comes out on top. We will find out who has more clout with political figures when zetas internal war is over. I think old school zetas have the gov. Back up but who knows. Only time will tell. Real spit!

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    1. Old school zetas are the PRI enforcers. They have been doing PRI's dirty work since the early 90s.Now that their true master SALINAS is back in power through a mediocre mindless puppet (EPN) OG Zetas have the commodities to operate in the shadows like before without having the hassle of recruiting amateur civilians.

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    2. Will epn ever get his big chones on and take down salinas?
      epn has stabbed all his partners and associates on the back if they stay long enough, except if they are family or atracomulcas, and salinas de gortari el "hombre" de Agualeguas Nuevo Leon is no atracomulca, he is more "el bronco"...

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    3. So old theyre grandpa's now.... they mad bkuz cdn has a bright future...little chavaloz...

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    4. 8:00 naah, los mata zetas se los chingan...

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  9. Blame the mex government they loned the keys to the Z and they never gave them back!!

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    1. I'll take them back.. If they want.. LoL

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  10. Mencho is taking over

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    1. Sike11:57 Most of them are it's just that 11:27 was short written, so you got that it was stupid sooner rather than later. Some pendejos take multiple paragraphs to write stupid....... Wait a minute this is starting to to turn inti one. El Fin

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    2. 2:10 como todo un pendejo, fails to say what is wrong with any comment, other than a visceral qualification as "pendejo"...
      --Ni como ayudarte, pendejo.

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    3. Haha for real though

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    4. What is a "pendejo"? I was at a taco stand in Georgia last is week and the guy that took my order said "pendejo" after I paid.

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    5. 2:19 Pendejo means dumb ass. - El Sol Perdido

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    6. Pendejo is a fool, or a wooden mallet, or a cornutto, a güey, a dummy, cuñao... next time echeles la polesia o la secretaria de turismo, o al coyote cojo de las nalgas pintas...

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    7. Pendejo means pubic hair.
      Hence people using it as similar to dumb ass or fool.
      5:41 is correct then.
      3:51 is correct then with fool but the rest I don't think so.

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  11. Actually z vs cdg.... only call themselves vieja escuela to confuse yall pendejozz.... theyre really golfazzz...cdn are the real z.... trained by old z guard.... vieja escuela are golfas trained by the old z guard...

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    1. Then why is the manta signed L-40 y L-42?

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    2. L is for Laredo no? The real zetas may have taken back their letra, cartel del norti never was zetas, just el lazca's lambegüebos that drove el taliban out...

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    1. There is only ONE Race and that is the Human Race! We are all equal...
      Viva La Raza!!!
      #EnoughIsEnough

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  13. Mexico needs a government that fights fire with fire. Including their corrupt cops and government officials. You rob your hand gets cut off. Drugs dealing of any type gets kill on the spot. To fight poverty their must be a decent minimum wage. No wonder their is factories paying ten percent of wages they do in the US. No sean pendejos.

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  14. Mr Mencho Reinstate los Matazetas .

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  15. So what Zetas group would be allied with the supposed CJNG, BLO, RCQ alliance???

    I guess since it was Z42 who meet & aligned with the BLO back then in the days it would be CDN..


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    1. --BLO divided into la barbie BLO and el H BLO,
      I don't know if they reconciled...
      --the setas divided into El taliban Z50 setas and las niñas treviñas that stabbed el lazca on the back, and appropriated LOS SETAS, I don't now if they reconciled, BUT EL TALIBAN said they were golfas...
      --La barbie, el compayito, el jj, el indio, and others must still be doing something to survive from prison, not exactly singing on the evangelical choruses on weekends, but prisons have their share of missionaries working things outside for them...

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    2. La Barbie was NOT BLO! Quit spreading misinformation fool.
      La Barbie was Independent. He bought product from multiple sources, although BLO were one of his suppliers.

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  16. No problem! Less illegal Mexican drug dealers!

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    1. For every illegal drug dealer that dies, all of his men go to work independently, that causes the "colombianization" of the problemos, blame the king pin strategy, the problem gets worse when they are taken over by the poolice and military moonlighting in corruption all day long to make their chiefs millionaire investors on the US like javier duarte's SSPE Chief in veracruz...

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  17. DEA luvs this sheet! More work and more million $$ pensions!

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  18. Old school zetas are pushing 40's crew west, Chihuahua ya esta lleno de zetas, yo nose porque los linieros hicieron pacto con estos weyes,, era pa que los estubieran chingando. That just shows how weak la linea is. Otherwise they wouldn't have to be with these rats. Carrillo Fuentes me decepsionas.

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    1. The Trevino clan needs to be exterminated. Those greedy pigs caused a mess of society.

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    2. What ever truce C.D.J made w/ zetaz that's all business as far as the war went w/ C.d. s ....but U don't C zetaz going ape shit N Juarez or C.D.J/LA LINEA/BARRIO AZTEKA will handle them

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    3. I ain't seen no Zetas in Northern Chihuahua! If they were here it is only for manpower not logistics for crossing drugs.

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    4. 5:53 vicente carrillo fuentes, chacorta hisself ran away to durango, where he got cogido.
      --chiguauguau is owned by cesar duarte and la linia.

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    5. You are so wrong my friend I am 100% sure that all you hear in chihuahua is linea and of course linces and atzecas... There's a dicho in chihuahua which is con la linea no se juega... Have you not seen the lineas/linces arsenal being seized... They have very numerous amd powerful weapons and as a matter of fact we dont know a lot about them like zetas sinaloa etc etc they are more lowprofile

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    6. Wrong,, Madera, Jimenez, hasta en Cuauhtemoc ahi zetas, Me decepciona La Linea, they should have never made that pact.

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  19. these guys are no match for Los Antrax

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  20. True.The USA needs to stop kissing EPN booty and round up All corrupt Tamaulipas, Veracruz and that fag governor from Coahuila and his bigger fag brother whose son got whacked because of him. Ship 40-42s asses as well bring Chapo also.These ex governors and 40-42 will tell the whole true story. Then get Salinas and try again. And stop giving free anti-drug money!!!! Tony M.

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  21. Bring back Guadalajara Cartel they will teach these guys about trafficking

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  22. The price of one smart bomb in Afghanistan (why are we there anyway) could fix a lot of C.V. problems. That is a beautiful city with nice people before these bastards took over. Take care of business in our backyard First then worry about the other side of the world later.

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  23. That dude is right zetas vieja escuela is cdg in reality. El bravo was not an original zeta but he was military pendejo so he's trained well. Cdg or zetas of the old school whatever you called them theyre beating the so called cdn or what's left of the treviños faction of the zeta.

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  24. Everyone in the pic is below 30 years of age. But just as dangerous with a weapon in hand. Their level of alertness is fueled by paranoia and not discipline. - El Sol Perdido

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    1. Mostly likely fueled by a few bolsitas de pase. Many below 20. T.M.

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    2. 8:41 The level of alertness is fueled by meth, sol, you know it.

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    3. I dont doubt that they dope themselves up. Most people that I've seen high are paranoid as hell.- El Sol Perdido

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    4. The nazis used to be on speed, sometimes enhancements are needed by the best of the best, including american soldiers.

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  25. If all the cartel gunmen were instructed to kill a few civilians all across a certain large city in Tamaulipas that they currently control, how many civilians do you think they could kill in a single day?

    I think it would be a very high number. They could easily shock the nation by murdering 50+ civilians in a single day across NL or Ciudad Victoria and scare people by threatening such terrorist activity continually should 40 and 42 be extradited. What a horrible thought, I hope nothing like that happens. Because I want those chubby little Trevinos to be sent here to America.

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    1. If that happens then maybe something will be done finally.EPN would have egg on his face yet again so something would be done for sure and the little bastards would be shut down.They would just slit their own throat but they must really own that state if they are making those kind of threats.I don't think there's any other country where criminals would do that outside of a single deranged mentally unstable person.It would just cause way too much heat but in Mexico heat doesn't really seem to matter.

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    2. Epn has about 65 000 dead and 30 000 disappeared in 3.5 years in power, fecal had about 30 000 dead in his first 3 years, no amount of death is enough for the spurious presidente, he learned from the worst mexican pooliticians mexico has had to suffer...

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    3. A 'deranged mentally unstable person' tried it once, his last name was Escobar.

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  26. Platican de LosMetros,LosRojos, LosRs,LosFresas,Los Ciclones,I los nuevosEl Noreste todos estan Unidos con El Golfo I faltan mas Clikas!!! Todos son de Tamalpais,NuevoLeon,Veracurs,TabascoI I PiedrasNegras los apoyan Los GATES de Coahuila pa limpara Los Zetas los mas Chayfas!!atte El Señor del pueblo!

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  27. Why would CDN use all their own names to challenge and threaten the government and openly take responsibility for killing innocent families ? Wouldnt be surprised if it was the other side who put these mantas all over,cant know who authors many of these mantas ?

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    1. Correct... Golfazzz are desperate...cdn is buisness as usual...defendind the border territory for the bosses and wipping out kontrazzz...

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    2. 4.20
      I have read on spanish speaking sites,supposed CDN estakas saying exactly that.." cdn is buisness as usual " All the selling points still goin no problem.
      They would say that of course,but theres been no major fights,crews,or takeover,but a lot of dry snitchin in the mantas against CDN ?

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  28. Anonymous August 29, 11:19 pm: Oh yeah, send in The Americans to clean it up. Especially since they have such a great fucking track record when it comes to toppling leaders and stabilizing other countries, right? Just like Iraq, Libya, and Afghanistan. Fucking idiot. Think before u speak, dipshit. It would be wiser to nuke this fucking evil country. I live here because I got deported from the U.S., and I hate every fucking thing about it. Most of all, its ignorant fucking people. If I'm gonna die here, I would be happy knowing that the rest of these fucking indian savages got exterminated as well. There is no remedy or solution for this country. It has no cure. It us completely fucking rotten. So if any military action is to be taken (internal or external) it should be terminal. Of course, it ain't realistic or likely to ever happen, so in the meantime, the few, decent, civilized, and God-fearing people in this country will have to continue suffering.

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  29. Sounds like your a mexican criminal that should have gotten deported from usa. Your ignorant statements against your own race and country are contradictory. ..nuke them all but a few decent will continue..doesnt make sense. Indian savages?/Rotten people? So...you are an angel that fell from the sky...? Lastima burro. Tony M.

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    1. 5:09 great scientists know the only thing that falls from heaven is chicken shit or bird poop, never angels.

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  30. They will never catch the scum that killed these families, children, and babies. Hold all the criminals responsible and kill them all. Accountability.

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