Saturday, September 24, 2016

TJ: Armed encounter in la Zona Norte

Original article available at El Mexicano
Translated by El Wachito

An agent affiliated with the tourist police died and two others were wounded after engaging two armed men in la Zona Norte. 


The confrontation started when the officers order a compact vehicle to stop in Coahuila street adjacent to Avenida Ninos heroes however, the gunman ignored the orders and opened fire on the officers.


Federal police who were patrolling the area joined the persecution after the attack which ended in Colonia Cienega located by Bulevar Manuel J. Clouthier and Vía Rápida Poniente.

Agent Luis Martinez Escobar was reported dead by the Isstecali hospital in El Mirador around 6:55 am.

The criminals were identified as Alberto José Martínez Jeovani and Ricardo Rivera Daniel Pulido. Alberto is reported as seriously injured. Both of them are 24 years old.  According to official investigations, both men had recently crossed the border from San Diego to Tijuana with the assault rifles.


56 comments:

  1. One of them im guessin is a gangster , todo malilla con los placasos en los brazos, they know no other life but that one pinches malillas !!

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    1. so according to you every person that has tattoos must be a gang banger? God you're so ignorant..

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  2. A Ora si que se pasaron cabrones. La Coahuila es sagrada!

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  3. Hey wachito great job much love from a fellow Soldier. @ El Sol Perdido also much love to you. The Sky is blue because God loves the Infantry.
    ELBULLDOG

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    1. Pick up your ruck and follow me. We are the Airborne Infantry....Here's looking at you ELBULLDOG. - El Sol Perdido

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    2. Wow! 3 trabajadoras de la coahuila...
      Isn't it ironic thatta poolice offisa' died in the ambush?
      --It is usually 50 gangsters dead 0 gangsters wounded in the attack on the attack on the government henchmen who usually suffer no losses...
      Report one true ambush, ONE.

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    3. Y'all still living on the street fighting you PTSD and contemplating suicide!
      Just wondering!

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    4. No sir been in the military for over 6 years two deployments one as a front line infantryman the second as a military advisor. I came from the city of Calexico California still going strong im a proud NCO and best belive that I will out live anybody that poses a threat to my men my family and myself 5:13pm

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  4. Damn canceling my day trip to Tj. Not worth any dumb trouble..funny thing is I'm mostly scarred of the police. Saludos from Temecula

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    1. All is ok!!!the longest you don't fuck around you should be ok...just don't drink and scream Arriba el chapo o Arriba mencho o sinaloa o jalisco....you should be ok..basically mind your business spend money and be respectful within reason!!! Saludos De playas TJ.

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    2. Last time I partied in TJ was like ten years ago. Had fun, but won't be headed down there again any time soon.

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    3. Arriba matamoros tamps n cdg ok to scream?

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    4. LOL. But so true!

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    5. I was thinking of going to hong Kong on Friday but I guess I wait. Am calm guy and don't fuck around, Mexican america from Sinaloa. I know the COSA NOSTRA am derecho y al reves. Been in tj right now could get u kill been at the wrong place at the right time. Like the guy above say mind your own business so if u have no business in tj don't go to tj for the moment,

      El hippie

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    6. Hippie, the cold season is coming, time to find some old fat lady to take you in for the winter, I know hippies never got no money, no jobs, they are sooo 60's outmoded and out of date but always good at finding shelter at the mission.

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    7. Bola de maniacos ya váyanse a pasear a otras partes de tijuana que no sean congales

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  5. I wonder if they ever think about shortening the barrel. That gun looks way too long

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    1. A rifle is a rifle, didnt you see the beta drum on that AR?

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    2. There all semiautomatic u can't get full auto in the USA sinse it says they crossed from us to tj

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    3. Anyone who pays the tax stamp and passes the ATF background investigation can legally obtain full auto rifles. Since these guys are likely mafiosos I doubt they went the legal route. It is not hard to convert semi auto rifles into full auto rifles if you know what you are doing. AK 47 and their clones are the easiest to convert compared to the AR-15 style rifles. In the drug trafficking game you use what you can get your hands on. Better to have a longer barrelled rifle than no rifle at all.

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  6. Who owns all those table dance clubs, strip clubs, massage, aka brothels in TJ? Many Americans partake. Is this the drug cartels operaciones? How about the gambling places?

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    1. Hong Kong, Adelitas, chabelitas, amnesia, and dejavu belong CAF but attracts Americans$$ so nobody fucks with those places

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    2. The places like that are all cartel related. Gives them a place to launder money, push product..

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    3. i think most are owned by people from years ago and pay for protection and some are owned by your local drug running crews.

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    4. Probably the Chinese

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    5. There's not one sole owner but a group of investers who own the same type of clubs in tj mexicali ensenada San Felipe

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    6. Soon ALL of mexico will be Chinese.

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    7. Jorge Hank Rhon contols all the gambling in TJ

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    8. There are one million chinese massage parlors in the USA. All whore houses. Chinese mafia, aka asían triads own them. Under the radar. This is biggest human trafficking in history. Billions of dollars in annual income. I've never seen any stories or documentaries on it.

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    9. Because the business pays taxes and keep a low profile notice the curtains always close like if they are not open

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  7. So this is what happens every day in any tamaulipas city and In tijuana is big news.

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    1. Everyday u.s citizens cross the border with automatic assault rifles and shoot it out with the mexican federal cops in tamaulipas.. really everyday?. i thinks that big news anywhere

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    2. Ive been to Laredo and Nuevo Laredo yeah I agree you
      ELBULLDOG

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    3. In Nuevo Laredo and all over Trampalipass the military and juerza estatal always kills their "attackers" and dozens die in the ambush, and maybe one officer or two that fall to friendly fire because someone wants their pension, their paycheck and their wife.

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    4. Yeah shit like this happens often people from the usa side do shit in the other side. I think it Wld be easier if you're prepared to shoot it out with Mexican cops local,federal or state,than with american law enforcement

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    5. This is vice versa in the Tamaulipas/Texas border. Mexican cartel members have been doing dirty shit (murder/kidnap) on U.S soil also it's no secret. One place I see a lot of criminal activity is Mission Tx. Any one from there knows I'm right. I'm from RGV, Tx currently working in San Diego I go to tj pretty often. @5:33 local cops don't shoot out with anyone federal and state yea, but what I see in Moros and Reyno that I DONT see in tj is the military convoys (army/marines) as well as cartel member convoys. I wouldn't change RGV for nothing San Diego is nice and all but being from valley is something else we just built different!!! No offense to SD people

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  8. Truth is, cops on free for all, stopping everybody in Zona,they know you there for peda, sexo y lokera, so they assume people passing thru $$$! I got lucky I didn't get shaken down by cops 2 days ago, got stopped just because, made sure I stopped in front of witnesses. Didn't even get a chance to do my business, at least I left w all my cash intact.

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    1. Pro tip: keep 200 pesos in your wallet and show that to the police. 200 pesos is good enough for anything..keep the rest of the cash hidden somewhere else

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    2. 10:38 How do you do your "business" in front of everybody? You need to go behind the bushes and turn off your search lights.

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    3. U know a country is a failure when you have to worrie about police robbing you

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    4. Keep your advices to yourself because you are only pushing people to help corruption. I have been in Tijuana countless times in 20 years living in San Diego and I have never not even once pay a mordida bribe to the police.

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    5. El Wachito thanks 4 the adivice and your work. No 1 ever plans on helping corruption along. Pero más vale prevenir ( its better 2 plan ahead and prevent). You never really no what situation you might find yourself in. Be a lion when you have 2. And be as humble as a cat 2 save your ass from a bad situation. - El Sol Perdido

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    6. 6:51 you said it yourself. You visited Tijuana countless of times during the last 20 years, however not everyone is used to dealing with the Mexican Police. Most of them rob Americans.. Mexican policeman abuse and rob tourist's.. especially if they see a fat wallet full of American Dollars.. please try to more sympathetic to other people. 6:51

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    7. My brother and sister live in Tijuana, they move there from San Diego in 2000 to save more money, I text to them asking them how many times they have paid bribes to the police and they said never. To me is ridiculous to see people here always complaining about bribes and police looking at people from USA like money cows, and others telling them how to keep cash on their wallets. To me the best advise will be to act accordingly and civilized to avoid becoming a target.

      As far as I can remember the only time I paid a bribe in Mexico was when I was driving with out a license and I paid the cop for him to let me go. And that was when I was 18 years old. I'm 43 now.

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    8. 6:56 you have been lucky, hundreds of thousands of other mexicans, a few students and thousands of SouthAmericans did not live to sing the praises of having been in mexico, there are a few tourists from the US, and other countries too, most of them were not narcos or narcos murders, but the mexican police, specially state and federal police, many with military background are real famous for their crimes de lesa humanidad and massacres, even the UN is bitching about it now...

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    9. Being shaken down by TJ police hasn't happened to me, but I have multiple friends from San Diego that it has happened to. You need to understand the streets and the way of life in Mex. Use your head, keep your eyes open and you should be fine. But hey, you never know when shit might be just around the corner. Make sure you understand the safer tourist areas of TJ, and don't go exploring places that you really don't belong in. TJ can be great if you don't act a fool. Mover la medicina en SD?

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  9. Was up with that sniper dude? CQB setup would be advisable. I guess that's all they could get from the gringos

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  10. What a bunch of loosers doing business, two assault rifles, and ammo up the ass with scopes in shit, and they only took out one cop? And what happens when you get hit, just wait patient for the federales to come get you? Its going to be worse if they catch you alive. In my opinion.

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    1. One of the wounded even shat in his pants right?
      Big fat arses had no business with guns if they can't run on foot, all they got is their nalgas todas balaciadas and a murder charge.

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  11. The PEPOS (State Police) were all over the zona searching all kinds of cars on Saturday. Damn, I eat tacos at the corner from where this happened.

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  12. Local territory gang war?

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    1. PEPOS GANG SHAKING DOWN THE PERVS THAT COME FOR PERV BUSINESS
      it is usually their best day at work, when they extort to make it up to their commanders and pay their full plaza fees in full.

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  13. Confused why the person in the first photo would use a large magazine with a scope of that size/distance. Logic/reason means nothing when choosing guns over the border ... just size matters LOL

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    1. 7:45 "Mechanics" is usually not about shootouts with the poolice, honey, looks like the cops was waiting for the longhairs who got cogidos in the ambush.

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