Sunday, December 18, 2016

Mexican soldiers made a terrifying discovery during an operation in Jalisco *Graphic Content*

Original article available at El Sol de Zacatecas
Translated by El Wachito

During an operation lead by 3 levels of government, 10 individuals were arrested while they were transporting the dead bodies of 5 individuals on board two pick up trucks. One law enforcement agent among the arrested. This information was confirmed by Fiscal Eduardo Almaguer Ramirez. 


According to government officials in charge of the security of the state, General Fernando Enriquez Mendez Gonzalez and Raul Alejandro Velazquez Ruiz secretary of State Public Safety, law enforcement agencies received a report to the emergency number 066 that around 01:58 there were armed man traveling on board two pick up trucks in the area of Tlaquepaque, Jalisco.
After the report was received, Immediate Reaction Personnel, which is a unit composed of Mexican soldiers, Federal police elements and Estate elements, located the reported vehicles, a white Dodge Ram and a Yukon GMC.


The vehicles were intercepted on Salvadores Street at the intersection of Carretera San Martin El Verde. Which is a colony located in the limits of Tlaquepaque and El Salto. 

The Fiscal General Eduardo Almaguer, stated that during the inspection of the vehicles, 5 dead bodies were found in the cabin of the pick up truck. The bodies were covered in transparent plastic bags.

The bodies were tied by the hands and by the feet. 


The arrested individuals were identified as Jose Fabian N, Edgar N., Jose N., Raul N., Miguel N., Arturo N. Yurko N., Javier N., Johnny N. and Oscar N. The government official in charge of the operation claimed that the individuals are being investigated for their relationship to other crimes.

ID of the arrested element 
Its important to address that one of the arrested individuals is an active element of the Fiscalia General, and he is currently being investigated for his participation in the crime. According Fiscalia General law enforcement agency, he will soon be separated from the service.


The victims are currently at the Forensic Service Institution of Jalisco for an autopsy in order to determine how they were executed. 


"The investigations are currently in process, with the coordination of the Federal Police and the Fiscalia General, which is part of the strategy of the government to combat crime in the 50 municipal districts of Guadalajara", said Almaguer Ramirez. 

103 comments:

  1. How sad is this. What the hells happening in this world that people think is ok to kill a human being like if it was a bug

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    1. Exactly. I don't even really kill bugs, either. I just shoo them out the door. I will never understand the complete and total disregard that some people hold for those anyone but themselves and their families. MM

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    2. Life is life its not god given,we've killed each other since we had hair all over us and dropped babies in caves,and were still doin it

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    3. I feel sorry for that family. That black cop probably extorted his way into the family and forced them into his drug dealings.

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    4. 3:59 us? We?
      No honey, it is the rich and the powerful, and their greedy puppets that think they will get rich on the crumbs and table scraps and the used toilet paper of the rich if they just murder enough lower class men in their name...

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    5. Fat dude in hat is yawning!! He knows that it's all routine and he'll be back out on the street tomorrow! Corrupt!!

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    6. Hey even the cleanest of clean "good guys" some still have ill twisted dark sides, you might not think it but that's what they want, you to not think and suspect them. I'm talking about your next door neighbour, your colleague, your doctor, etc. That Doesn't make the fuckerz in the perp pics above any more credible though, does it?

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  2. Puros mugrosos drogaditos

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  3. pobres jalisquillos ya ni mejor no hagan un ruido
    Arriva el Norte!

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    1. Pobre pendejo en tu norte cuando chingados los hubieran denunciado mucho menos arrestado

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  4. Look at these idiots! Pure scum lowlife dirtballs with not a care in the world because they know they will be in their sleeping bags within a week. No remorse, no feelings, just out and about having a good time murdering people, have a few beers and drive around with bodies like cord wood. Fucking Satanic spawns. Mexican justice has to start getting serious and implement the death penalty and start executing these cockroaches.

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    1. Agree 100%, this is People that have no way of getting rehabilitated.they should be put to sleep, like they do vicious dogs.Show no mercy with these lowlífe p.o.s.Mexico needs a refresh button, or a restart...

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    2. You ever just wondered maybe they didn't ask for this kind of life maybe the cartels threatened tyem with death or yarm to their families if tj6ey didn't participate

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    3. The death penalty will not stop this. The problem stems from capitalism. Agreements like NAFTA caused this. If you can't survive on the "minimum living wage" then you're going to create animals. Look at Soviet Russia. There was a terrible amount of cannibalism during the Stalin era, because they saw profit in exporting the food that was supposed to feed everyone. People were starving. It's nature for human beings to resort to violence if they are not able to survive any other way.

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    4. WARNING: the only reason the military are catching corrupt poolice officers and policias judicial federales, is porque they are taking over all the mexican police corporations jobs, the melitary have never cared about the mexican people who has always been considered a bunch of cowards hijos de la chingada and low class perros that do not deserve to be walking on two patas.

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  5. see guys? that's how scums look like. they are the guys behind the executions videos. look at the guy with orange jacket. or at the one with the red hoodie. you feel sorry for them if a rival cartel cuts their necks. but this type of people doesn't deserve mercy. once again, good job wachito.

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  6. The guy in the right is yawning, its like they were arrested for peeing on the street. It amazes me the level of indifference towards the brutal murder victims. How down more can a society fall? the dehumanization of an entire country has been evolving for over a decade now and no way to find out where will it stop.

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    1. Its all over the world.. Dude
      Today a 3 yrs got shot in Arkansas do to a roed rage.. Gramma took to long to move on a green 💡 and guy in back shoot 🚗 n kill little 👶 baby 👧 girl.. 3 yrs old.. Main

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    2. Where in Arkansas bruh?? I live here and your right certain people kill me on how they drive

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    3. 11:45 the difference is that this scum will be kill don't no how many more until they themselves get kill and if they get arrested they will only due 2 weeks and be out to kill some more. Sad, sad, sad.

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    4. people got shot every day in the u.s arkansas aint no big deal patna

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    5. That all you care about, how they drive? What about the 3 year old kid who was shot and killed? Asshole

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  7. Goes to show you these incidents are an everyday thing. What can the pay be for these individuals who carry out these notorious crimes,$50 each? Is it really worth the little bit of Scooby snacks to spend rest of life in prison? When are these foot soldiers gonna learn the only ones making real money are the ones sipping tea or latte in their well manicured lawns. Reality check for all those aspiring to be someone. Because odds are a long shot to be top dog in the drug game. Maybe Mexico needs their own Scared Straight intervention shows for educational purposes. WAKE UP ALL YOU TONY MONTANA WANABEES. Ask a convicted criminal involved in the game to see if its worth it Bet you they will tell you otherwise. Meals are cold and cells are dingy. It's not the MARRIOT...

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    1. Actually it is the Marriot if youre cartel you own your cell you eat wat you want pretty much free to do as you please kill have sex anything you see very few are sent to maximum security most end up in state pens wer ther is no law and i believe most do not get life sentence because most are out within ten years look at Zetas vieja escuela all went to jail an all are bak out within ten years from ther arrest for murder an trafficking..an with no death penalty they just look at it like Americans do at selling pot ..

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    2. A lot of these low-level scumbags are probably tweakers/meth heads who will do anything for a few shards of crystal.

      I agree with you though. I was watching a video where a "jefe de seguridad de la plaza" for the Templarios back in the day was being interviewed by police after being caught. He was being paid chump change. Like $150 a week or so. He could have made more working at a maquiladora or even a tortilleria or something. These guys aren't making that much money or getting rich. I guess they want the power and to feel admired or feared.

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    3. I think Mexican prisons are different than the ones in the US, although it's still prison, arguably. They can be at the top of the heap in their prison, though, and call the shots. If you're used to doing whatever you want, prison's not all that different sometimes. MM

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    4. @8:28 I've been living in Mexico for 20 years and I don't know anyone working in a maquiladora or tortilleria that makes $150USD a week. More like $50 to $75.

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    5. Maybe check again, dd, nobody makes $50.00 usd in mexico on 4 or 5 dollars a day, and most likely mexicans scrapling a living out of garbage dumps, under employed or self employed barely make 1 dollar a day, about 20 pesos, while queen of the poor, secretary of social development "rosario robles berlanga" former PRD chapulina turned epn's priista says a family of 3 can live on 12 pesos diarios, equal to 1 dollar BEFORE the devaluation.
      Of course, you can't buy a toothpick for 20 pesos or 1 dollar in some "select places", but I hear steaks at the donal's are worth 1 dollar, eating them THERE is priceless, you are blessed if you only spend one thousand dollars to eat there.

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    6. Oh shit dont get him started,ye know like an ex cigarette smoker

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    7. @12:00PM My friend, you need to check again. I know you like to think you know more than anyone else, but my wife works at a maquiladora and I don't need to do any checking. She makes 1050 pesos a week take home pay. That is a little over $50 ($51.29 to be exact) a week at todays exchange rate. And her maquila is one of the lower paying maquiladoras in our town. Do your homework before you call me out.

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    8. You are talking middle class dd, I am talking lower class, amon them the under employed and the car washer, the sellers of field rats, or the garbage pickers, some of them among the 50 million plus poorest mexicans, a maquiladora job is a great job to have under the circumstances, it is not like saying you are wrong.
      still 8 or 9 dollars A DAY is not like a life saver, and "the donal' wants his jobs back" or a king's ransom for them.
      Federal congressmen, are having 500 thousand bonuses for Christmas and 170 thousand to make up for "devaluations".
      those about 600 guys are just not poor guys, now with the recent devaluation, those 8 or 9 dollars a day, just came down to like 5 or 6 dollars a day, after the minimum wage in mexico had just been raised to $2.99 usd a day for the "upper employed high class mexican worker", that falls down to about 2.00 a day now

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  8. Why did they arrested these Worthless scum...should of have exucuted this lacras on sighth..specially that fat rat working for the goverment..

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    1. You say "execute them", then you will complaint that the government is killing them"poor souls"you would say. In the end thats part of life in Mexico now these days.we can all sit behind a computer screen and vent our fustrations and outrage, especially safely in the U.S.A., but the soldiers and the police in Mexico deal with a very complex phenomenon the best they can.Corrupt or not corrupt the police still end up facing groups of criminals that are way better equipted than they are and many officers don't come back to their families.

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    2. They still deserve a trial, as odious as they may be. Execution on sight is what's happening in the Filipines with the alleged drug dealers. Are they guilty? Maybe, maybe not. We'll never know. MM

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    3. Soldiers still have better equipment and training, and all the impunity in the world, after the impact they make in murdering and raping wherever they go, it is still very hard to make the government get them out like it happened in cd juareeez, where even the presidente fecal had to take his killers out of there, and leave the juarez border to real gangsters and drug traffickers and rapists, they were preferred to the mexican army, there was a general tried for murdering even his own lieutenants in ojinaga for being too honest...
      The mexican military and police corporations are corrupt,
      It is time to let the people organize and defend themselves.

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  9. Guy with the #3 shirt don't give a fuck

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    1. you wrote: "Guy with the #3 shirt don't give a fuck."

      Some people, when under stress, they start yawning.
      It's caused by a temporary insufficient flow of oxygen to the brain.

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    2. Lol same thing I thought..

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    3. @ 7:03 & 8:44. Very true.

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    4. @7:03 maybe but those are not ordinary people they will cut your head off for 20 US$ to buy a new shirt and sleeps like a baby they don't give a sh!t about nothing ....free chapo

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  10. they need to hit up chapos sons lawyers to make a statement
    "nos deslindamos de las acusasiones"

    they look like they arenot worried about it

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    1. Offtopic: Was the lady that claimed to be Chapos daughter ever comeout to be true???

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  11. "Looks like your friendly neighborhood grave diggers"

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  12. Woooow he is super tired. He must of worked a long shift i wonder if they get paid overtime. Lmao....

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  13. ""News brief**

    Four decapitated heads found in col. Llano Largo Acapulco.

    "Happy fucking holiday!"

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  14. There's cjngs special forces lol

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    1. Putting in work without making dumb corridos of how tough they are like cds just to be caught and killed. Never has there been evidence of anthax or even gente nueva eliminating their enemy, just in corridos lmao

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    2. 6:40 PM are you a cjng cheerleader ??

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    3. 6:40 that's true haha

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  15. These are street thugs that have no idea how to even handle a firearm. These cartels need to seek better recruits and not people who are satisfied by taking a bump of cocaine. And again all you guys complaining about "how could a human being be capable of this",, well this wolrd is full of psychopaths, they are everywhere, in your local police departmente, Army, cartels, etc...

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  16. so if one of these guys had a corrido that is played in usa radio stations and belong to a group of " sicarios" and posted pics on social media with baby tigers and ferrerri and cant forget the ak with gold and diamonds, would some of us be saying" someone snitched on him" "his people will get revenge " " el señor al cienon"??? - paisa double standard. they are all scum

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    1. Dude,you got that so right,good insight my Mexicano bro

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    2. The ones without gold plated AK 47s don't usually have corridos, and are most likely falsos positivos grabbed from the street to "present work", we had 40 plus guys killed in action in Tanhuato not long ago. All straight murders, all by the policia nazional federal, reportedly avenging the made up cjng attack and downed helicopters...
      Then you have the polesias who confessed about the ayotzinapos with the help of enhanced interrogation techniques, if it was up to you they would be as dead as the mexican independence...

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  17. Los tiempos de.los narcos grandes se fueron adiós corridos de Chalino Sánchez hola a los pendejos que matan por gramos de hielo...

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  18. They'll be released 6 months later for lack of evidence.

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  19. Any body here knows about the new aliance between mayo and blo in Mazatlan? Culiacan next?

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  20. they aren't worried because you murder with impunity in mexico. they'll be out in two days. everyone is on a payroll.

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  21. Arrested??? I believe nobody in the special elite joint force remembered to bring handcuffs.

    Looking at their poses it seems they know the judge will accept their 'I-was-hitch-hiking-and-thought-those-5-dudes-were-gays-asleep-in-the-back' and release them.

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  22. We are truly living in the last days.

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    1. Its ok big nozzle,we'll come though somehow

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    2. Is hard to take this guy seriously with a name like that lmao

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  23. I think that movies and shows like narco contribute to this sick movement of wanting to be a narco.I will never let my kids see that crap were banding everything that has to do with gangs or narcos.

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    1. You cant let your kids grow up in a bubble make beleieve world where you pretend nothing bad happens. Your kids curiosity will get the best of them. Its never a good idea to shield your kids like that.

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    2. There certainly seems to be an agenda of promoting narco gangs etc. to youngsters on TV lately. Why, though, I couldn't say?

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    3. Really? I think people would have to be a bit twisted to think that's a glamorous lifestyle. When I watched the portrayal of Pablo Escobar on Narcos, it's clear he thought people were disposable, and good old Pablo could only enjoy so much of his material possessions, since he was constantly running. Everything he touched eventually turned to crap. Poor people would work for him, he'd lie to them, and it usually culminated in death for whoever he was using that week. He tried to blow up an entire plane just to kill a few people. (I realize this was only a movie, but I understand the facts were similar). But yes, the movies and TV shows tend to glamorize Walter White, et al in general. MM

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  24. Why r people surprised I am here
    Mexico is a killing field. I am never comfortable here. Always in fear of death r kidnapping. My job is over am back to us

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  25. The cartel game is highly compartmentalized. This guys probably got paid to dump the bodies and not capture and kill the now deceased. And although they look scummy, I would think it smart to not wear a nice suit to do a dirty job. That said, they all look like miserable sadistic satanists. On the bright side, this also shows that people are willing to call the cops, and not all are corrupt. Unless it was part of the plan to have these expendable caught.

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    1. 4:35 7 less these corpses had a few millions of pesos, the only party that got some benefit out of it, were the arresting soldiers, you are right about having the expendables caught, specially that there is a poolesia with the whole bunch.

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  26. Hasn't no one noticed that Alejandro Gonzalez jn was apparently killed in the same place,and the they were naked tied at their hands and feet the same way as these killed ?
    Could this be the crew who killed them 3 as well ? CJNG

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  27. Man,pure killers,how many have these killed ?

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  28. The guy yawning in the last picture is classic, it doesn't bother him one bit hahaha

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  29. They all look like they have no care in the world, they most likely let them go soon

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  30. I have gringo friends that just love to hang out near that area on the Pacific Coast.
    They don't have A CLUE.
    and I bet if I sent them this link to BB they wouldn't read it. The sad thing is they are fabulous people who just want to go hang with their amigos Mexicanos and be low key and cool. Not rich/ ritzy tourists, just old time Mexico lovers who refuse to look at the new reality.
    Thanks Wachito, keep up the good work

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    1. 759: Agree. I wouldn't go to Mexico right now. I've been all over North and Central America, and the only two times I've been afraid were in my own country, with people that happened to be of the same ethnicity I am. However, times have changed. I don't tend to be an alarmist, but the times when gringos just hang out and walk around haplessly are long gone. I feel really poorly for the many honest, hard-working individuals that live in Mexico and don't have a choice but to stay. MM

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    2. 7:59 AM
      Exactly man,just hang with Mexican bros with no boolshit about this or that,its a fuckin shame we got so many haters

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  31. Better yet mass incarceration like in El Salvador and let them rot and kill themselves

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  32. Pretty soon Jalisco will return to CDS .Killing Nacho Coronel created this mess .He had the plaza very calm for the boss of bosses SR Chapo Guzman .

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    1. It was still crazy when Nacho was alive. There was alot of michoacanos tgere trying to get control until finally mencho took over. Low ciunis, Valencia, familia Michoacana...even golfos were in the mix

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  33. Everyone is noticing how nonchalant they look in the pictures and thats because they know its just a mini vaction to hotel california,
    where they can reunite with their buddys shooting shit, fucking trannies for about a year or less then they will be out and about doing the same shit they always do.

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  34. Those guys dont look like killers, they are just the guys transporting the bodies and digging the holes.

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    1. What does a killer look like?Exactly like them,normal looking,,,just about..

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  35. I wouldn't consider the yawning a site of someone who doesn't care. I can tell you that when I was arrested with 40 pounds in North Carolina one of the things that happens is that you feel really sleepy and start yawning alot. I think ithe tends to normally happen to people when they are in a shItty situation. I'm not making excuses for people like this because it is true that you can life to them isn't worth anything. To kill or let alone cut someone's head off or arms or legs takes a certain kind of mentality. Most of us would start to throw up doing this. I don't know how so many of these guys can just do this with no issue. It truly is fucking sad. I know other criminal organizations have done things like this. But man the mexican cartels have taken things to a level that's hard for anyone else to even reach. Wood
    DOMINICANBLANKO

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      Dude,exactly,you think ye never gonna sleep in cells,but you do start to fall asleep,and if you can have long ones without some nobhead bangin on cell doors or shouting and waking you up,it does help.It must be the body and mind reacting some way?Shitting bricks,nerves or realizing you cant do nothing,but your right,greetings man

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  36. REVISTA PROCESO HABLA DE CONFLICTO INTERNO EN EL CJNG , EL "BIG MAMA" COMO RESPONSANLE DE LOS ECHOS

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    1. Por eso lo cacharon, mencho tiene jalisco en jaque

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    2. That's the big guy with the blue vest on right? Johnny N, aka, Big Mama?

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  37. Can someone explain to me why the police in Mexico are so corrupt? And why the police in America you can't even bribe out of a speeding ticket?

    The only theory I have is that Mexican police face threats of death to both them and their families so they're more likely to turn to the dark side. American police have it so easy and the entire city/county/state goes crazy trying to find anyone that hurts or kills a cop. So in that sense American police have a very strong fraternal protection of one another and they will seek out revenge against any cop-killer.

    Do you all think American police would be easily corrupted if they saw the day-to-day violence that Mexican police do? Do you all think American police would join the narcos given the chance to be bribed with that huge amount of cash or threatened with their lives?

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    1. Broken minds are sporadic

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    2. A lot goes back to decades, maybe centuries of bad leadership, corruption, nepotism and no investment in the society. It really is true what is said about a house built on a poor foundation. Now we have this perfect storm to blend in a U.S. demand for drugs. Anybody can be bought with the right amount of money. So yes, U.S. cops will be bribed. Unfortunately for them its much harder to get away with here in the U.S. My bigger worry is that someday we have a big refugee crisis from Mexico. Because the cartels are only getting more powerful. The only thing to save Mexico is to legalize all drugs in the U.S. I am not a fan of drugs, but the writing is on the wall. I am hoping the legalization of weed will help with that conversation. - El Whitey

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    3. 9:49 what "cartels" are getting more powerful every day?
      The mexican army and marinas and el pri/pvem are the only ones getting more influence every day, that is their reward for murdering for epn, their drug trafficking will soon get to be spectacular, and the only money for them, no more pemex...

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    4. 11:53. Some group in Mexico is getting more powerful and its not the people. If it's not the people it must be cartel related.

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    5. 8:26 it is hard to indoctrinate moslem martyrs, and it got to be too slow and twice as hard to create communist revolutionaries, so creating "cartels" became the technique to have someone to blame for the ills of the US mexico relations.
      --But lets remember that it was all about moving their product to the US for the all american white boy drug traffickers and money launderers that also invented crack for the black african american negros' communities, not to elevate their culture or social standing, I guess...
      --The ones getting all the advantages are not the cartels, their leadership keeps getting chosen and dropped after a while
      --the ones that made progress has been the mexican military, they receive money, weapons, training and impunity 100% of the time all over the place, specially if they are in tight with the president in turn...
      --Please review you encyclopedia of drug trafficking and money laundering and the list of the biggest criminal mass murderers in LatinAmerica, and you will see, the worst have all been trained by the US and their School of the Assassins, there are many reports of the School of the Americas Watch, they even drove the "school" to change their name, but not their spots.

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  38. Come on let's be serious now, Who is going to make sure these scum bags are well fed every day + a cell paid for? I know for fact how it works. Referring to experience from a loved one. If u got the money u are gravy. If not , it's tough cookies for you. So let's be realistic here, Correct on the lienency of prison time in Mexico. No long stretches odds are in favor of the condemned. Furthermore with a war going on now , prisons are a gladiator school and the gods are in any way favorable to the condemned. Unless u are Top Dog chances are you will be eating small parcels and no feast.

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  39. Yes, CJNG had to pull their Plaza boss for Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz, back to metro Guadalajara. Four of the ten are from Veracruz.

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  40. When Jalisco was a Sinaloa capos stronghold there was peace for the most part until the tweaker cartel came in and tried to claim it as theirs. Truth be told Jalisco has dozens of criminal organizations operating there NOT JUST CJNG. CDS launders most of their $$ in Guadalajara and one would figure with both of those cartels at war they would shut down Sinaloa but they can't, IN THEIR SUPPOSEDLY OWN HOUSE. goes to show those bs reports we hear about mensos cartel taking over everything are just that BS.

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    1. CDS hasn't been able to take BLO out of Culiacan, and they've been trying for a decade, so what's your point? El Nemesis-

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    2. Blo are from culiacan and surrounding municipalities and were allied with cds there guy im sure you know that so whats your point about cds not taking out guys who are from the same region?? My point was cjng tried to take over a state theyre not even from and still having a hard time from stopping cds operating there and other criminal organizations. Inknow for a fact mensos cartel doesnt operate in sinaloa

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    3. You know for a fact huh lol well if you were as smart as you claim to be you would use logic and realize that Mencho worked with chapo in sinaloa and all cds locations. You think someone with that much power is going to loose their place just like that. Mencho has ties in sinaloa just like cds have ties in Jalisco Tonto

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    4. It's 50/50 with cds and cjng weather you like it or not

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    5. Mencho was working with CDS for a cool minute and made connects. Then he hooked up with BLO. So guess what? En Jalisco esta Sinaloa y en Sinaloa esta Jalisco. El Nemesis-

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    6. Yea, but Mencho has Jalisco on lock while cds only have control of half of sinaloa. Cjng eliminated the zetas, ct and even la familia Michoacana from Jalisco. CDS have been at war with beltranes and cds has not made any progress towards controlling most of sinaloa. They can only dream of getting rid of beltranes but not happening.

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  41. All the arrested are family? They all have the same last name "N."

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    1. In many instances criminal groups pay journalists or law enforcement agencies money so they dont publish their whole names.

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