Monday, October 3, 2016

El Chapo Guzman's Sinaloa Cartel vs CJNG War Erupts

Posted by Chuck B Almada Republished from Inquisitr
By Elizabeth Gail (Inquisitr)
Sunday 2 October, 2016


Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman has done a great job of growing the influence of his cartel over the years, with its operations extending to overseas markets such as Europe and the Philippines. But since he’s currently in prison, he has left a power vacuum that is problematic to fill. This has made rival cartels bolder in attempts to take over territories controlled by the Sinaloa Cartel, his organization.


And just recently, one of the fastest growing drug trafficking outfits in Mexico, the Jalisco New
Generation Cartel (CJNG), kidnapped one of El Chapo Guzman’s son, Jesus Alfredo Guzman. The move was believed to have been undertaken as a warning to the Sinaloa Cartel’s leadership, and a way to demonstrate that the CJNG had the means to intimidate the top brass.

Although Alfredo was released about a week after the kidnapping, it has been speculated that he was used as a bargaining chip to gain more narco-trafficking routes to the United States. The following is an excerpt on this from Fox News.

“Seven gunmen swept into La Leche restaurant in Puerto Vallarta’s hotel district early Monday, taking the 16 people gathered there by surprise. Without firing a shot, they marched six men out.
“In a flash, 29-year-old Jesus Alfredo Guzman Salazar became a valuable potential bargaining chip — or a high-profile casualty — in the cartel turf battles that are wreaking havoc in large swaths of Mexico. Analysts say Jalisco New Generation could try to use him as leverage to win territory or other gains from what has been the country’s dominant gang.”

And now, just a month after the incident, the two most dominant cartels in Mexico, The Jalisco New Generation Cartel and the Sinaloa cartel are reported to be entangled in a war to dominate the American heroin market.

They have also been involved in violent conflicts in narco-trafficking corridors in Mexico such as Colima, Michoacan, Baja California Sur, and Baja California. According to Russell K. Baer, spokesperson for the Drug Enforcement Administration, the two have recently conflicted over smuggling routes and areas of influence within the United States.

One of the main indicators of the move to increase heroin supplies in the US is the recent drug bust that led to the discovery of a drug trafficking ring that moved the drug from Mexico to the East Coast via Arizona. The following is an excerpt of the report by Insight Crime on this.

“On September 23, law enforcement agencies in New York and Massachusetts announced a major bust of a nationwide heroin trafficking ring that allegedly moved drugs from Mexico to Arizona and on to East Coast markets. The same day, the Treasury Department blacklisted several individuals linked to the Sinaloa Cartel, including Eliseo Imperial Castro, the nephew of Ismael ‘El Mayo’ Zambada Garcia.”

The number of heroin seizures has also gone up, indicating a shift in the market towards heroin. The drug has for a long time has been supplied to the East Coast by the Colombians. But according to the report, the Colombians are slowly losing their influence in the heroin trade game as they no longer control the streets. However, they are still the main suppliers of cocaine to the Mexicans who in turn have extensive drug distribution networks in America.

In other news, El Chapo Guzman’s sons are believed to have been behind a recent attack on a military convoy. The incident happened in Culiacan, Sinaloa, El Chapo Guzman’s territory, and was apparently to rescue one of the Sinaloa cartel’s operatives who was being escorted by the authorities. The convoy was apparently attacked using high powered guns and grenades leading to the death of five soldiers; while 10 ten others were wounded.

The suspect, Julio Oscar Ortiz Vega was said to have been rescued. He is believed to be a high-ranking member of the Sinaloa cartel. According to the Defense Department, the man had been picked up by the soldiers after a shootout in Badiraguato. He was apprehended while his accomplices fled.

34 comments:

  1. El Kevin's facebook: https://www.facebook.com/juliooscar.ortizvega ?

    Friend there: https://www.facebook.com/rodrigo.vizcarra.7

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  2. Hey can you post about the firfight between cjng vs cds and la oficina in aguas calientes where 2 where killed and around 4 to 6 members of cds and la oficina where taken hostige by cjng

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    1. 3:46 game delay, because you posted no link, güey.

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    2. Thanks for the heads up. I'm working on that story right now.

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    3. That story is bs

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    4. Just posted the story. http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2016/10/battle-between-narcos-cjng-vs-cds-la.html

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  3. No match for cjng only way they can win is if the government helps cds. Cds has no good sicarios unlike cjng who kidnapped those chapitos and their bodyguards didn't do what they brag about in their fake sinaloas style corridos lol

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    1. But they let them go so your argument is invalid what happend in culiacan is more than enough to show you that there not all talk or am I wrong ??

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    2. No match for CJNG? You've got to be kidding. I hate those snitches as much as the next guy but they've been working at the top for close to 3 decades now where as CJNG has been doing it for less than 5 years. Stop making stupid claims, CDS political connections and financial power is leagues ahead of cjngs

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    3. Maaaan imagine what they did to those chapitos while they had them kidnapped!!?? Ya saben ke esos jaliscillos son bien mañosos les gusta cojerse entre ellos mismos imaginen al enemigo!! Jajaja bola de puñales les gusta por Detroit!! 😂😂

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    4. Haha cds has been doing it for 3 decades and jalisco for 5 years that means cds should be ashamed of it self for not learning crap for 30 years and cjng has done more in 5

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    5. @2:06 you are an idiot. CDS at one point was made up of El Chapo, el mayo, el azul, Nacho Coronel, Botas blancas etc how can you tell me that roster isn't light years ahead of CJNG? You want to compare these 5 to fucking mencho? Get your head checked. Just because CDS is falling now doesn't mean they haven't done anything in the past because the reality is they're the longest lasting cartel ever

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    6. Not the longest lasting cartel either, golfos are actually older.

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    7. El Comandante Perro esta con el cds, a que le tiran mensos.
      Pero ahi andan de calientes

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  4. Great story BB! None of this is being reported in the mainstream media. Keep up the good work, mil gracias.

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    1. Gracias por tu comentario and thanks for being a BB follower!

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    2. Anything on los bayos?

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  5. And it's not chapo'a brother, get it right

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    1. Yeah get it right its not guano

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  6. Cartel de Jalisco LOL and Mencho is not from Jalisco, That's funny.

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    1. Your obviously new to this. Yes, mencho is from Michoacan but his cartel was based in Jalisco so that's why its cartel de Jalisco. Just like cartel de Tijuana but arellanos were from Sinaloa or even cartel de Juarez. Get it?

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    2. And the arellanos are from Sinaloa and claimed Tijuana,whats wrong with that? They never say their from jalisco,they just live their!

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    3. Its not funny and its called cjng because it started in jalisco

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    4. El senor de los cielos era un sinaloa y el era el jefe de Juarez that's funny too

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    5. Why is it so funny? Amado was cartel de Juarez he was from Sinaloa. Caro Quintero was Cartel de Guadalajara and again Sinaloa.Los Arellano in Tijuas but Sinaloa.

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    6. Th coroneles are durangos, but nacho was the king in jalisco, until la mencha a michuaca set his ass up.
      --Zapopan with all the hungry Escuela del Aire cadets of the mexican air force was a plaza to be had, but the viejas are real chismosas, and greedy...

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  7. IT'S ON LIKE DONKEY KONG!

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  8. The only way cjng is gunna win is with the help of epn MENCHO dropped a helicopter but didn't do much now 5 toy soldiers get killed and they are goin full force on Sinaloa looks like epn is under menchos pay roll

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    1. EPN flipped on botas blancas and ran to Chapo and now he's doing the same to Chapo and running to mencho lol. Karma is a bitch, now it's only a matter of time until peña nieto gets a taste of it

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    2. When mencho dropped the heli it got packed with solders they even had small tank like car that could take explosives and wont distroy it and the serch finished when they caught el menchito and thats what is going to happen in sinaloa

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    3. US helicopters have been dropped by terrorists in the past and they're sure as shit way weaker than good ol USA, please stop acting as if dropping a weathered helicopter is a bookmark in history. I'd be willing to bet CIA knows exactly where mencho takes his morning shit. If US forces decided to go against EPN, mencho would be rubbing chapo's shoulders in prison.

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  9. Looks like the menso is going to be next scapegoat, the chapo thing got old and nobody believes that anymore

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  10. Something dont add up. Either there is no war or CJNG did not kidnap chapos kids, You dont snatch such important people (ecen if they are morons) only to let them go to show you can get to them or any other reason.

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