Monday, October 24, 2016

PGR Detains Suspects in the Sinaloa Military Ambush

Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat  From  Zeta Oct 21, 2016


The Attorney General's Office (PGR) presented details of the investigation that continues after the ambush of a military convoy early on Sept.30 in Culiacan, Sinaloa and say that they have already detained several members of the criminal group that is responsible.

Gustavo Romulo Salas Chavez, head of the Deputy Attorney Specialized Investigation Of Organized Crime (SEIDO) reported that research during the investigation has helped identify the masterminds and perpetrators of the aggression and the motive behind it.

However, Salas Chavez has not confirmed that the Sinaloa Cartel is the group responsible as the military authorities have signaled in the past weeks.

The head of SEIDO said that a group of gunmen attacked the Army convoy to achieve the rescue of "El Kevin" alias "El 2000", who is known as an alleged member of the Sinaloa Cartel.

Salas Chavez reported that the PGR secured a 50 caliber machine gun, two other 30 caliber machine guns, three 50 caliber rifles, 93 assault rifles, two 40 caliber grenade launcher attachments, 30 40 caliber grenades and more than 80, 000 rounds of ammunition.

Additionally, he confirmed that on Oct 5, 2016 an operation was implemented in the area known as The Golden Triangle, where many marijuana and poppy fields were destroyed along with three drug labs.

The federal officer reiterated that the government will continue to keep advancing the investigation and flow of information in a transparent accountable manner in the area "to arrest all those responsible for the attack.

Salas Chavez said it was by the direct instructions of President Enrique Pena Nieto that federal security elements will stay in the area until order is restored.

The head of SEIDO said that they have conducted 174 interviews, 40 inspections, made 41 reports to ministerial police, and analyzed five video archives on file by various telecommunication experts.

69 comments:

  1. Y didnt they do this kind of investigation when menchos men brought down that black hawk.
    Shows u the hipocrisy the Mexican government is

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    1. The government did not need to investigate that case because a few weeks later the military killed about 45 of the CJNG memebers in a shootout!
      If they respond like this against CDS in Culiacan the whole punk ass state would cry out about human rights being violated and shit like that. The government knows who and when they can carry out shit.
      By the same token why is the Mexican government not naming the exact group involved in the ambush (og which we all know it was CDS)??? They immediately named CJNG when the helicopter was bought down!
      How is that for "hipocrasy"?

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    2. What hypocrisy u thinkin of??? Each official collects from 'his' cartel and in return provides them with protection against other officials (who collect from rival cartels). That is the name of the game clear and simple!

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    3. I think The Government have change to a new puppet "Mencho" ~@~

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    4. What are you talking about? Shortly after mencho's attack the government raided a ranch in Jalisco and killed about 50 people from cjng.

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    5. No doubt. Successfully taking down a military helicopter seems like a much more provocative escalation of violence than attacking some military trucks. But this is Mexico. For all we know the people that PGR says have been detained were simply handed over by CDS (if that is indeed who's responsible) in order for them to be able to proclaim that they've caught the perps... and then sweep it all under the rug.

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    6. or when any civilian goes missing or dies because they didnt pay cuota, if the 5 soldiers (R.I.P.) hadnt been killed everything would be normal. If Daryl doesnt punch Neeegun Glen'd be alive.

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    7. They massacred a bunch of supposed cjng gunman at a ranch

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    8. Why do you care? You really think they conducted an investigation on this case? They just turned in some low level guys and some weapons all for show.

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    9. No investigation. Case closed . lock up innocents or there was no one AT ALL.

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    10. They did it led up to menchitos arrest

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    11. 1:26. Thanks for ruining Walking Dead for me. I was just about to watch it . Lol.

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    12. It was a false atack in cjng on that ranch, there was pictures from diferent times and the s oldiers planted guns on them. Mencho never got hunted down like that. Shows how that nobody controls sinaloa like mencho controls Jalisco .

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    13. mencho dosent control jailisco thats why his cells are infighting

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    14. Tanhuato was a revenge murder massacre staged for the policia federal, workers were hired to work and murdered early in the morning, director of the policia nazional "general" enrique francisco galindo ceballos was talking proud about the dirty deed until the expert criminologists and witnesses started talking about how it really went down, even on the federal senate and congress it was condemned, also by human rights organizations...

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    15. @5:02 if what you say is true about the murders being staged, then I, guess the question would be; why was there outcry about human rights abuses? I, mean why was there not an investigation into who those "innocents" where in this so called staged slaughter?
      Should not these lives matter also yet no obvious outcry about these innocent people killed like the Iguala massacre has been announced to my knowledge!

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    16. You can see Tanhuato denounced in the mexican senate, together with other new massacres, but if no one investigates, or keeps investigating, or pushing like about the 43, that is for you to find out why, we know why, the federal government staged it to save face, and they will never confess. They also black out the news and reports with very thick black markers...get one.

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    17. @6:40 the outcome - wether or not anybody was found guilty or arrested because of the killing of the 45 alleged members of the CJNG is not important in this conversation FYI. My point was Tanhuato was announced in the senate but why? Was it because civilians died (hence it was a staged massacre like it was stated here)? Or was it because sicarios died? Of course sicarios are civilians but the Mexican governemnt and press tend to turn a blind eye on massacres if it involves criminals more so than if it involves innocent civilians like the Iguala case again for example. In other words why was it argued in the senate like you said?

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  2. Sinaloa is getting hot.
    Time to fall back, stay low, and pay who you gotta pay.
    make sure the mafia lives on

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    1. Time to attack the loners that make it out the city. They will have a hard time carrying drugs, guns or money with this much heat inside the city. Time to eat. La sierra se va comer mucha gente. Mucha gente de Sinaloa.

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    2. Well its to danm late to start paying the military do unexpected check on police to see they are with the cartel

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    3. Yes ..pay the government from the state to look the other way. LIKE ALWAYS..

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  3. there is drug traffickers in sinaloa who do this they run there own cell unfortunately these top tier narco jr's think there made out of steel if you have noticed it has gotten some what violent well theres a limpia its most likely caro backed by other sinaloa independents that got pushed out the way by these greedy backstabbing bastards everyone is trying to eat and well the guzmanes they like to hog everything if they dont get in line and start being more humble then they will either end up dead or captured.

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    1. That's always been cds style, they been trying to eliminate competition everywhere but just failed in other states of Mexico

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    2. CDS in general had been good to others, it was the Guzman faction that just fucked it all up for CDS as a whole, most cartels that where at war with CDS was because Guzman invaded them, Guzman didnt respect boundaries, agreements or truce. the more money and power he gets the more unstoppable he felt. El Guano is heating it Sinaloa. Zambada on the other hand is a more peaceful guy who seems to show respect and receive respect.I can bet anything that even if Zambada and Guzman are compadres and get along so good, Zambada does not trust Guzman.

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  4. Probably 40mm grenade launchers and 40mm grenades. Not 40 cal. Which would be tiny as grenades go.

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  5. They probaly got some random fools from the streets and put the blame on them thats how the mex police work

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  6. The goverment knows sinaloa aint no play these boys have all kinds of military background they have to stop them now because if not more blood will be spill, they say sinaloa nomas en los corridos lol

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  7. Why dont they show the suspects ??? They only show what they want ...

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    1. 8:17-I/m wondering if they don't show the suspects because they plan on releasing them shortly after 1st 'taxing them $' for what they did.I wonder if any of the money will go to the widows of the servicemen killed?I doubt it though.

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    2. Canna, the indemnizations go through the generals and the captains first, the widows go through the tenientes, sargentos y cabos, there may be some money left, but I doubt it. Th mexican government or the upper command may even have insurances they collect on the casualties all for themselves. --Don't expect anything good from the mexican government or their military perras...

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  8. Great press before the Mexican Grand Prix this weekend.

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  9. Bullshit! The Marina is only acting like it's accomplishing it's mission. CDS the culprit in the Army attack is unharmed by anything the Marina has done unless they bring down a capo like Guano or Chapos kids! Anything else is just for show!

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  10. Mencho and Mayo sitting back and enjoying Chapos downfall.

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  11. This story is suspenseful like one of Stephen King's movies, Big Driver or something Popcorn? No thank you

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  12. This needs to be done for each live the Guzmans take;

    Hit their drug producing fields.

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  13. That is a weapons cache
    Not a handful of rifles.

    They must have to pack heavy artillery like that because WAR cost money and apparently people with in Sinaloa don't like each other and have plenty of money for WAR

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    1. 1032. In a way agree. Preparation for WAR cost money. Although characters learn to be dependent on Money in WAR, Money is actually useless, hence worthless in WAR. Ever heard of the little blue man, who may have got the rep as a looter, on the cracker jacks box?

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  14. Sounds like someone is the new jefe in town, and the tables have turned

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  15. Wow it looks like they had a 50. Caliber machine gun? Have there ever been an instance when cartels have used those things?

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  16. This is bullshit!! All they have in custody is innocent people being used as scapegoats.
    You know nothing gets solved in Mexico

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  17. 7:28 is right, there was not a solid investigation with the CJNG event of the helicopter where lives were lost too. Using the Sinaloa, a tourist attraction area, event as an example to set for other cartels? Seems logical.
    Are there non-affiliated mobile medical units in Mexico like there are in the U.S. of A.? Or mobile medical units that travel there like in the history of the 11th Field Hospital, a non-affiliated mobile medical unit?

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  18. Could have, would have, and should have.
    Could have this been avoided If El Kevin was not "rescued?"
    Would have been a more negotiable situation If not "rescued?"
    Should have risked El Kevin arrested after medical attention...nothing on him except a few days in jail for sobering up

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  19. How do they know who exactly was it from all sicarios? Thy probably phoned the cartel and told them that things are got and to please turn in someone..

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  20. Puro pinchi circo del gobierno más corrupto de la historia y eso ya es decir un chingo.

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    1. 4:06 EXACTLY! Puro pinchi pedo del gobierno.

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  21. Jajaj si los agarraron dice jajajaja ay gobierno de sinaloa. Diles que los que se llevaron son nada mas y nada menos que gente inocente. Eso es nada mas lo que voy a decir. ...unknown

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  22. They went to rescue kevin but no .lets not blame the sinaloa cartel it wasnt them. Blame it on isidro o el mochomito. While the chapo$$$$ just sit back and relax

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    1. Only the mexican army would plant their own soldiers and ambush them like that to heat up the plasa, and worse.

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  23. Low level operatives if anything are the ones "caught". What about the guys that ordered the hit on the Army? 50 Hitmen do not act on their own and on impulse without an order from above, less they get wiped out by their own people for doing this!
    This is a fuckin show until a capo gets captured!

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  24. Exactly 7:28.. where was this response when CJNG was raising hell? Seems like the gobierno didn't do anything in retaliation for that. Also.. what's up with the Browning 1919's? Where would they get ahold of such old MG's? Stole it from a Mexican armory? The M2 .50 also, I can't see the M2 or them 1919's coming from USA.. those had to Mex military weapons, surplus in the case of the M1919's those have been replaced by MG3's, M240's, etc.. correct me if I'm wrong? Kinda strange seeing these dudes with WW2 era machine guns, wonder if they were rechambered to .308/7.62 NATO or if theyre all original .30-06??

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    1. The retaliation was 45 CJNG members killed on a ranch in jalisco in a "shootout"

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  25. And where are the 43 students peña lacra???? - el perro miado

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    1. 10:06 there were cameras, videos, audios, phone calls, C4 communications, one student was a mexican soldier, his phone was discovered to have been pinging at the 27th battallion base, and all of it has been destroyed by the federal government, because of orders from above, where you can't find one guerreros unidos narco or sicario, puro jefe pá arriba.
      --Hey how about "Perro Apaliao"for your name? May use both, or other suggestions our compas may want to offer to help you...

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  26. So for all you saying that mencho dint get no retaliation you guys are wrong he snitch on the 50 gun men who ambush the federal police and brougth down the helicopter to save his ass, Also they captured his son and he couldn't do nothing i bet that hurt his pride lol last his son is still in jail and everythime he gets out line he is treated whit him if he was so powerful why is he son in jail lmao
    .Michoacano Loko.

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    1. Not to mention CDS punked his ass for the Guzman kids.

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    2. It's his clone lol

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  27. You people just don't see it huh, la marina is not there to capture no one but to protect. Shit was getting out of hand. Like someone said "they been in the business for decades that cds is made by a bunch of families" families that don't want to fight they rather pay up loads of cash to have the family business going

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    1. Someone who knows what they talking about. Watch out for the menso taking over bs comments chivis likes to publish

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    2. 12:36 the marinelas are there just to "Observe and Report" just like the army in iguala, and in michoacan when 12 or 13 policia federal got murdered by the CT, or when alfredo castillo's autodefensas de alfredo murdered women and children in apatzingan, then the central powers decide who to fack up and when, and who is going to hide the evidence and the cameras like in ayotzinapa I mean iguala...the mexican forces have lost the war against drugs thanks to their commanders, all the way up to epn, because they dkn't have the HUEBOS, I MEAN GÜEBOS OR THE HEAD TO DO ANY BETTER. --that part is not part of the 'job'...

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    3. @5:55 am Seems like now days BLB turned into a Mencho's groupie page...They post all the CDS shit talkin but nun against Menchos .BLAAHHH BLAAAHHHH

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    4. 10:58 El Mencho, aka La Mancha tá muy viejo, muy feo y es un pedorro, there, one comment against la mencha, happy?

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  28. There are more than Guzman and Mayos heavy hitters that will destroy any other ones that get in the way, Like I said theres a lot of other families, Puro Culiacan y Nayarit compitas saludos para todo Mexico.

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  29. This reminds me of the election in the states!!! Wake up everyone both groups running for power in Mexico are goin to cheat and lie to you all!! Either way the winner is bad for your country! People need to rise up and take their country back! Let's make Mexico great again!!!!

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  30. I dream sometimes of the end of Benito Mussolini and Nicolai Ceaucescu who were widely despised in their own countries, and ended best up and dead, and hung at the entrance of their palace...

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  31. Where's the gun from fast n furious? Or are they done checking S/N?

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