Thursday, November 3, 2016

Tijuana: Threats against Los Chapito Uriarte

Original article available at ZETA
Translated By El Wachito


Happy day of the dead from Tijuana, Mexico!



The body of a man, along with a narcomanta, was hung from a bridge that is located in Blvd. Benitez, by the area of  the Comision Federal de Electricidad, in the Yamille Colony, of Tijuana.


The frightening finding was denounced to the Central Emergency around 10:30 PM, Wednesday, November 2nd, and indicated that there was a person hung from a bridge, the same bridge where last September the bodies of several individuals were hung with a narcomessage.

At the scene several municipal cops, elements of the Army and Federal cops arrived.

A police source revealed to ZETA that the narcomanta was written in a blue cardboard and with black letters that said:

"Asi van a kedar Todos los chapulines y Batakas de las lacras y chompas. Atte: CTNG"
"This is how all Grasshoppers and drums of the lacras and chompas. Atte:Cartel de Tijuana Nueva Generacion"
The victim, was tied from feet and hands with black adhesive tape, the face was covered with tape, the identity of the victim remains unknown.

This is the second time that criminal organizations utilize this bridge to threaten rival cartels.

 
El Guero Chompas, cousin of Raydel Lopez Uriarte "El Muletas"

Information From El Mexicano

The man that was hung with a chain in Blvd. Benitez, was identified as a small scale drug dealer from La Sanchez Taboada, according to municipal cops and ministerial cops.

Miguel Angel Ledesma Silva, "El Viejo Loco" of 40 years old, was detained in March of this year by municipal cops assigned to the Grupo de Operaciones Estrategicas (GOE).

Back then he was arrested with a handgun, two shotguns and crystal meth.

The message was directed to small scale drug dealers.


El Viejo Loco, second from left to right

65 comments:

  1. Chapulines: Thiefs or people that sell drugs where they are not supposed to sell them or both.

    Batacas: I have no idea, however batacas is the same as a drum, and a drum makes noise...?

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    1. I thought chapulines were the people who backstabbed their associates by cutting off the middle man

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    2. Isn't chapulines also ppl who switch sides?

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    3. A chapulin, is a person that is jumping connections. If you have a middle man you have to deal with, to deal with the boss, and you go to the boss trying to jump over the middle man, that's being a chapulin. Jumping over connections.

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    4. chapulines are people that jump from cartel to cartel ..

      bataca is like cheap wack ass

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    5. A chapulin is anyone who comes from one side and goes to the next. Jumping over the middle man is not what a chapulin is.

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    6. you are correct,is a person that is jumping connections. If you have a middle man you have to deal with, to deal with the boss, and you go to the boss trying to jump over the middle man, that's being a chapulin. Jumping over connections.

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    7. Oh no y ahora quien podra ayudarnos?? "EL CHAPULIN COLORADO".....
      no contaban con mi astucia.

      "Un caquito"

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    8. Bacatas means a snitch or middle blower for those who are wondering.

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    9. Bataka in tj means hit squad. They are also threatening the hitmen.

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    10. Actually in CAF lingo it means sicarios

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    11. Wrong! you obviously dont know what a chapulin is, means somebody that switches sides with the contras

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    12. 8:11 es una CACOTA.

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    13. (Todos los chapulines y sus batakas)All the ones who switched cartels and their sicarios

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    14. You all have excellent, interesting, answers. However, the answer is chap u lins are the people who conduct marriages

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    15. Wow, such response...

      Chapulines (grasshopper) are those who switch sides...alliances...loyalty. Usually as in cartels.

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    16. Bataka = Sicarios
      ELBULLDOG

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  2. Let me guess comandante Woof Woof anda limpiando en Tijuana too?

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  3. Batacas are groups of sicarios,chapulines is referred to traitors switching sides

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  4. Chapulines: Crew hoppers.

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  5. Ctng at it againg killing inocent people to present work go n kill chompas and stop messing whit the town

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    1. Correct low level drug dealers is all till they pull a good hit like there follow comrad el gross then they playing ball

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    2. Your an idiot it clearly says hes a drug dealer i dont call that inocent

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  6. Spelling is not their strong point.

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  7. Awesome hope to see this part of tj when i go down there for tacos :)

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    1. Not only are you gona see but taste it in them tacos lol

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    2. 6:06 downtown TJ is known for the tacos but the joke for 20+ years is you don't always know what they put inthem lol

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    3. Me encantan esos tacos. Idgaf if they're made out of dogs but whatever it is its bomb

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    4. If you go chingate unos taquitos de Cabeza.....
      Me sobas

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    5. 9:16 es: "la mal sentada"

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  8. A chapulin aslo means when he changes flags.

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  9. Why do they squabble so pointlessly over retail drug sales? Is there really that much money in it?

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    1. 337, I think it's about power and control also.

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    2. The guy with 50 cebollitas, and the one with 75 lost in product one soldier's worth of wages for the week, now they will have to fork the ass in prison to eat, for a while...
      Social services, relocations, jobs would be so much cheaper, easier faster, better, but no, the poor crooks deserve no breaks, maybe until it is ok to use them for organ donations or to make soap...

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  10. Just shows you know fast thing change when you backstabb and dont know how to fight. El gross and jp where a big part of cds when taking over tj. Cds are like zetas back in the day being hit by every cartel.cds has two weaknesses first is thay cant stop backstabbing wether its snitching or trying to kill them off the 2nd weakness is they are not well trained or cant face the fact they are going to die and rather run away from the conflict :proof just look at youtube cds uses a convoy of 20 truck full of men to pick up one unarmed man or the creel situation when cds killed a house full of innicent people including kids witch the rat who run cds say they dont do

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    1. And look what happened to el gross people really do under estimate CDS for some real they ain't at the top seat for nothing b4 CJNG there was the zetas b4 zetas it was cdg beltranes been fighting for years with them so CJNG is not something new Cartels come and go my friend. How are you going to put them to CDS level when they had the Chapitos in there hands and couldn't finish it they didn't give tijuas up so territory is out the picture money doubt that CJNG has money. What was it? Menchito? Maybe.... But what does that say CDS has juice still history repeats itself and same results will come

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    2. In other words you are describing all cartels stop being a fan girl

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    3. 10:16 it serms to me you are a chapo nutsucker i was clearly talking about whats going on and you got offended

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  11. ... Chapolines Are Grasshoppers In Reference To Cartel Jumpers That Switch Sides/Cartels From What I Know, But What Do I Know? ... JeJeJe + The Sinaloan Drugs Have Been Stolen From Them In T.J., Not The Other Way Around ...

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  12. Saw this first thing this am.
    Connection with El Guero Champas ??

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  13. The way cjng/ctng are going they will end up with all of Tijuana soon.

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    1. 6:59 no problem, everything that rises has to come down, and I don't think cjng or any other tijuana cartel will last forever, not even at least 40 years like la chapa, or 50 like el mayate, or have 2 billion dollars to pay their kids fines.
      Pero ahi andan de calientes.

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    2. They just killed gross how do u compare a boss hit to this low level drug dealer lol ya they have tijuana so on lock lol mayo will never let go of tijuana.

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    3. Chapo is overated. Worked a few years late 80s, locked up 90s, beltranes gave him all his plazas 2001-2007, lasted about 7 years on his own. Which is aroynd what mencho might last.

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    4. The only way cds would had been able to beat zetas is if they where still working with blo

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    5. 8:40 your right, it's cjng turn to be mules for the gov. Cds is out clearly not the protected cartel anymore. Who knows how long they will last

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  14. Via Twitter...el chapo has handed over the reigns and has said his goodbyes. This is confirmed,,, what's next????

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  15. BB Please post: re: WikiLeaks and Stratfor:
    "The Global Intelligence Files"
    "WikiLeaks' Impact is Stratfor's bottom line"
    Thanks, someone said it was important...

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  16. A chapulin is a grasshopper..duh. Its an insect. Simple google translate bola de batacas.

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    1. Chapulines means cartel jumpers. Switching sides.

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  17. Battaka=killers . If you replace the word bataka with snitch it doesn't make sense but replace it with sicarios and the manta makes more sense just saying.

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  18. Chapulines, they mean all their retailers who have and could change sides now that Gross is dead, and batacas is all the "sicarios", that´s how they call the hitmans in Tijuana, batacas.

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  19. Chaplin means hood jumper....
    Bataca means hitman....

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  20. Puro CDS .Todo Mexico es la Plaza del Jefe de la Sierra ...Chapo Guzman 2017 Hombre libre!

    El Commandante Bukana

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    1. Woohoo Chapo Guzman!

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  21. Is this guy from Batopito, SI?

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  22. WOW, 51 commentos, not one about the "los chapitos uriartes".
    We are really getting creamed by a bunch of Gattacas, I mean batakas.

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    1. 3:17 El guachiro empezó.

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  23. is it safe to say we now know what a chapuline is?

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  24. @3:37 yes there is a lot of money. I'm not to sure what a pound of crystal goes for in tj, around $1,000 I think. a $20 of crystal is about half a gram. so $40 a gram there is 448 grams in a pound witch equals $17,920-$1,000 for the pound witch leaves you a profit of $16,920. So yea lots of money on the line.

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    1. Who in mexico has 20.00 dollars to buy 1/2 gram?
      Maybe to sell to gente del gabachero, or sell pellizquitos de a peso in mexico.

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    2. lmfao @11:26 great point didn't think about that one but These fakin dope fiends always find a way to get money for there next fix

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  25. Chapo is running the show from the inside. Bussiness as usual.

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  26. Chapulin can be interpreted 2 ways...neither is an honorable term.One is that of a trick who switches sides,the other of a greedy POS who secretly cuts out the middleman & both are punishable by death.Bataca is a Hitsquad.Anymore questions kids?FYI,the real movers & shakers are behind the scenes,these are curb servers that dont even know who their real boss is!!

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