Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Veracruz; Weekend of violence greets new governor. 28 killed

Posted by DD republished from Mexico News Daily

Governor Yunez; "what did  I get myself into"
Miguel Ángel Yunes was sworn in as governor of the all but bankrupt state of Veracruz last Thursday, but another initiation followed on the weekend with gun battles that left as many as 28 people dead.

The violence was unleashed on Saturday in the southern municipality of Jesús Carranza, where early reports by locals and police warned of the presence of a group of some 30 heavily armed individuals aboard armored vehicles.

 
That night, a clash between Army personnel and the yet unidentified criminal group left two dead along with four injured, all allegedly criminals. The rest of the large group fled into the brush.

The Army reported that it had secured eight vehicles — one of them armored — and several weapons.  

Since then, the Army has mounted strict checkpoints at all road accesses to Suchilapan del Río, the largest town in the municipality.

A second shootout on Sunday, this time involving police officers and close to 20 individuals, left three dead and resulted in the seizure of AK-47 and R-15 assault rifles.

The most violent confrontation took place yesterday evening, when a state police patrol came under fire. A reinforcement of state police, Navy personnel and municipal police arrived on the scene, where a shootout resulted in 14 suspected criminals being shot dead and one police officer injured.


 More rifles and shotguns were seized after the clash, as well as a .50-caliber Barrett M82 semi-automatic sniper rifle.

Given the state of violence, the 2,500 inhabitants of Suchilapan have lived under virtual curfew with municipal authorities asking that schools remain closed, residents stay at home and business owners keep their businesses closed as the risk of being caught in a crossfire between official forces and criminals is high.

Other areas also reported violent but isolated events.

In the municipality of Minatitlán an armed group attacked a bar called La Maracuyá, targeting and killing the 21-year-old owner of the club.

In the nearby municipality of Jáltipan, also in the southern part of the state, an individual was executed at a taco stand in the town’s center.

The municipal authorities of Boca del Río reported finding two corpses showing signs of having been tortured, with a “narco-message” attached.

In the northern municipality of Álamo, two more male individuals were found dead. They, too, showed signs of having been tortured.

The body of a three-day kidnap victim was found by the side of a road in the municipality of Tierra Blanca, while the body of a truck driver was abandoned on the side of a road close to the city of Córdoba.

Finally, 15 kilometers away from the state capital, Xalapa, another shootout was reported, leaving one person injured.
More rifles and shotguns were seized after the clash, as well as a .50-caliber Barrett M82 semi-automatic sniper rifle.
Given the state of violence, the 2,500 inhabitants of Suchilapan have lived under virtual curfew with municipal authorities asking that schools remain closed, residents stay at home and business owners keep their businesses closed as the risk of being caught in a crossfire between official forces and criminals is high.
Other areas also reported violent but isolated events.
In the municipality of Minatitlán an armed group attacked a bar called La Maracuyá, targeting and killing the 21-year-old owner of the club.
In the nearby municipality of Jáltipan, also in the southern part of the state, an individual was executed at a taco stand in the town’s center.
The municipal authorities of Boca del Río reported finding two corpses showing signs of having been tortured, with a “narco-message” attached.
In the northern municipality of Álamo, two more male individuals were found dead. They, too, showed signs of having been tortured.
The body of a three-day kidnap victim was found by the side of a road in the municipality of Tierra Blanca, while the body of a truck driver was abandoned on the side of a road close to the city of Córdoba.
Finally, 15 kilometers away from the state capital, Xalapa, another shootout was reported, leaving one person injured.
- See more at: http://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/weekend-of-violence-greets-new-governor/?utm_source=Mexico+News+Daily&utm_campaign=95e554b418-December+6&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_f1536a3787-95e554b418-349444589#sthash.AoTkipN9.dpuf

Source: Milenio (sp), El Universal (sp)
More rifles and shotguns were seized after the clash, as well as a .50-caliber Barrett M82 semi-automatic sniper rifle.
Given the state of violence, the 2,500 inhabitants of Suchilapan have lived under virtual curfew with municipal authorities asking that schools remain closed, residents stay at home and business owners keep their businesses closed as the risk of being caught in a crossfire between official forces and criminals is high.
Other areas also reported violent but isolated events.
In the municipality of Minatitlán an armed group attacked a bar called La Maracuyá, targeting and killing the 21-year-old owner of the club.
In the nearby municipality of Jáltipan, also in the southern part of the state, an individual was executed at a taco stand in the town’s center.
- See more at: http://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/weekend-of-violence-greets-new-governor/?utm_source=Mexico+News+Daily&utm_campaign=95e554b418-December+6&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_f1536a3787-95e554b418-349444589#sthash.AoTkipN9.dpuf
The violence was unleashed on Saturday in the southern municipality of Jesús Carranza, where early reports by locals and police warned of the presence of a group of some 30 heavily armed individuals aboard armored vehicles.
That night, a clash between Army personnel and the yet unidentified criminal group left two dead along with four injured, all allegedly criminals. The rest of the large group fled into the brush.
- See more at: http://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/weekend-of-violence-greets-new-governor/?utm_source=Mexico+News+Daily&utm_campaign=95e554b418-December+6&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_f1536a3787-95e554b418-349444589#sthash.AoTkipN9.dpuf
Miguel Ángel Yunes was sworn in as governor of the all but bankrupt state of Veracruz last Thursday, but another initiation followed on the weekend with gun battles that left as many as 28 people dead. - See more at: http://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/weekend-of-violence-greets-new-governor/?utm_source=Mexico+News+Daily&utm_campaign=95e554b418-December+6&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_f1536a3787-95e554b418-349444589#sthash.AoTkipN9.dpuf

55 comments:

  1. CJNG Fuerzas Especiales limpiando la plaza

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    1. Sigue la limpia
      Mencho quitando plazas

      1#cjng

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    2. Ay, otra vez con tus fuerzas especiales. These fat dudes are nowhere near that. If they only have 6th grade education, they are still idiots.

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    3. More like mopping up for Javier Duarte, by the time his ass gets cogido there will be no witness left. Miguel angel yunes linares says: "the army did not get involved", as if that is going to resuscitate one or two of the deceased.
      With his own looong record of corruption, don't expect for things to get much better.
      --Cuitlahuac Garcia Jimenez, MORENA candidate for governor was a much better option, but could not manipulate the voting fraud.

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    4. Tu y esas fuerzas especiales me la pelan entera bola De pendejos

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    5. None of them have " Fuerzas Especiales " did you see how uncoordinated CJNG was when they kidnapped Chapo's kids and even when they went after Chapo and the Marines released a video of it, they were also very uncoordinated. Any Swat Team from even the smallest Police Department in the U.S. is better trained than most Méxican Marines. If someone actually had real hitmen they would rule any plaza.

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    6. CARTEL DE JOTOS NUEVA GENERACION-Fuerzas Especiales de Retrasados Mentales

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    7. "uncoordinated". Bro please. Those guys knew what they were doing. They moved delebrate and had very little stress as they moved from room to room. They moved without fear and they knew they would get no resistance. The only thing "uncoordinated" was Ivan's poor attempt at being injured from the red card penalty kick from ostrich skin boot guy.

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    8. Haters (cough) with rage too...

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    9. Any "fuerzas Especiales" that use their name in coins, jackets, product, propaganda, etc etc etc, they took it from foreign special forces like the kaibiles, and the US also gives coins to its recruits, and nedals, for participating, they are not just grameros or car washers or maruchaneros...

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  2. Has a white guy i alaways hear idiots getting kill when they ambush militarys in tamaulipas , michoacan they get the ass handed to them lmao only place i seen a successful ambushed been in sinaloa n has a ex marine i can tell those who did where professionals or even ex militarys
    John McCain

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    1. Shaken it up McCain? Could only be the reason to the shoot outs other than someone getting their ass handed to them for touching anothers

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    2. There is a big difference between what the news reports and what actually happened. The military has gotten their asses handed to them in tamaulipas more times then I can count

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    3. The soldiers in sinaloa were outnumbered, even dumb teanagers would of pulled it off. Fyi tamaulipas is the place where more soldiers get killed year after year. If you were really a marine, you wouldn't be writing nonsense.

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    4. What about the CJNG's ambush that killed 15 state police officer last year? Or when the shot down helicopter by CJNG that killed approximately 5 military personnel. If you don't remember those incidents occurred in Jalisco and not in Sinaloa. Oh and I almost forgot about the helicopter shot down in Michaocan by the Knights Templar splinter group allied with CJNG this year. I believe 5 were killed in that attack also. The Zetas and Gulfos ambushed and killed a shitload of military/police in Tamaulipas back in the day. But that was probably before your time 6:12.

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    5. Reporting the lies has been the trend du jour for a while, and it works wonderfully on the mushy brained of the world.
      --Not all the civilians murdered by the mexican government sicarios are cartel member "sicarios communist drug traffickers" many are just civilian scapegoats and false positives, in the best tradition of "el traficante # 82"
      --the government sicarios are not all murderers, but they all cover up for each other

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  3. Sinaloa coming in from Oaxaca...if they take Veracruz then CJNG is in for a long fight

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    1. 6:14. There was another drug bust in Sinaloa. They have too much on their plate to act imperialistic outside of their territory. The board game, Risk, doesn't work like that. Read the rules!

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    2. @6:14. Capos can get together when locked up to try gain privileges in Mexico. Your comment could be true if Osiel Cárdenas Guillen had a foot in it from U.S.A. Good behavior time not blondy is his issue

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    3. It doesn't work like that on the PC version of risk, Total War, either - it's more fun than the board game imo, js.

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    4. We got 2 experts over here!!!6:40 what rules????

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    5. 6:40pm Are you serious? Too much on their plate b/c there was a bust in "their territory"?!? LOL "Their territory" extends from Columbia and Peru to Canada. You apparently have no idea of the worldwide infrastructure CDS has and a giveaway bust that doesn't hurt them

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    6. CJNG controls a large part of the Guatemala/Mexican border. CJNG snatched that plaza from cds too. Cds is the past, CJNG is really the new generation... Cds has the government and most cartels against them now, too many snitches from cds and finally is biting them in the a$$...

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    7. 1001 are you serious? "Their" as in CDS territory extends where? It is called they have connections in other countries not territory. Having dealt bags two out of three of those countries you mentioned DID NOT have CDS NAME on it ANYWHERE. So put the pipe down already before more of your brains cells experience apoptosis

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    8. 8:14. The only way CDS can take Veracruz is by befriending CDG. However as the saying goes, you don't kill a family in another country and blame another country for it and get away with it.

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    9. 10:01 CDS does have too much on their plate to start a war in Vercruz so get that thru your thick skull. You obviously know nothing about strategy. If you did you would know that a multiple front war never ends well for the aggressor. If it didn't work for some the best armies in history then I think it won't be good for a drug cartel. CDS lost Chihuas, losing in BC/BCS, retreated from Nuevo León, Zacatecas and Tamaulipas. Should I go on or do you catch my drift?

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    10. Jajaja! Funny reading arm chair quarterbacking who don't live in Mexico and know nothing like 6:27 (yes they control it). You have no idea of the reality of what is happening. CDS pulls the strings that points away to others and creates the fantasy in your head! Jaja! While you cheer for a cartel like it's fútbol they make more money than you can even understand. CDS makes more money in day than CJNG in half a year. I remember your type saying LFM, Zetas, etc will be on top and it's still CDS. CDS owns Mexico, Central America, Shinig Path, FARC, party de PRI , Mexican industry, thousands of trucks crossing border, shrimp and tuna boats, planes leaving every Mexican airport etc. Keep creating your fantasy in your head. Jajaja

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    11. 704. Take out CDS by pissing off the top dogs

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  4. Another White blued eyed dude and for Governor! What did he do?! Nuts!

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    1. Another racist Mexican,,whats new ?

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    2. Hes Mexican you fuckin clown,maybe if he gets more sun he might agree with your mentality?

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    3. 918. Try European
      920. No name calling. You know better

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    4. his skull large shaped is definitely Caucasian. Mexicans/amerindians have that koala shaped skull that is round.

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  5. Just another day in tha hood. This nigga acting like he ain't know what he signed for.

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  6. These were Zetas that were killed. They were from Nuevo Leon, trafficking coke from Central America. They had a pact with Duarte and Felipe Herrera. Now that Duarte is out, the plazas are up for sale (and probably already in the hands of the CJNG, but that's just my speculation). The new government knew all of the Zetas routes and procedures and they seized 22 kilos of coke last week. The Zeta crew got desperate and attacked SSP cops but the Army, Marina, and Municipales all backed the SSP up.

    The Zetas lost an entire crew, pretty much, a few vehicles, some heavy armament (including a few bazookas and 50 cals) and probably a few million in coke in the end. They're about to get pushed out of Veracruz, or at least the government will try. There will probably be backlash soon ...

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    1. Se miravan bien lacras junto con las viejas "luchonas" jaja no sabian lo que era el peso de no tener comprado al nuevo mando de veracruz....este nuevo gober anda con los de jalisco. Todos los demas grupos van a joderse. En especial los zetas y cdn que tienen muy mala fama por las desgracias que hicieron en todo Veracruz.

      Espero que todos los estados tengan operaciones conjuntas pa fregar (eliminar) a todos los que andan de malandros robando y pegandole al vrgs....

      《☆》

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  7. Three cops killed in Tabasco. Bodies burned. Probably retaliation for the anti-Zetas limpieza en Veracruz.

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  8. Remigio aka "el remi" lost oaxaca a long ass time ago he was one of the few leaders for the federation that had some leverage in that region. El mayonesa and el negro where his LTs...mayonesa had a famous pic of him riding a 4 wheeler with a women behind in a party in the sierra.

    Rolando el 91 was the one who had the region but i think he turned sapo like the others...

    El tuca ferrari

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  9. The other chapos laying really low are Chapo Trini and Chapo Isidro.

    1. How true is it that isidro and trini are backing rcq?

    2. Wasnt trini also member of BL group?

    3. Whats up with chico H2 is he still loyal to the BLs? Rumors and corridos have h2 as leader of Cartel de Mazatlan.

    What ever happened to the groups of J.R and Los ledesmas, wasnt them also BLs from the Monterrey area??

    °°°

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    1. 1. Idk

      2. Idk

      3. Idk

      4. They all were kidnapped/murdered or became needles in haystack. Sucks they were abandoned by BLO and thats because the crews in MTY stayed loyal to Botas Blancas. Zetas whacked most of this individuals, due to old beefs before the BLO/Z alliance. Last dude with power was la burra after him they all dissapeared or layed low

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  10. "14 suspected criminals being shot dead and one police officer injured"

    Now that is a Ration of 14:1 (actually < 1). Note: 14 dead and not one single injured 'alleged' criminals. The mexican police/navy must be the best in the world.

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    1. It's called selectively reporting.

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  11. Hahaha that's funny, "what did I get myself into" hahaha...if EPN ain't worried than NO should worry.

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  12. Wow... And I thought my job was tough...

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  13. Mexico needs the Death Penalty in place. Better yet a new government who will do what the Filipino president is doing ( clean house) . Moreover severe punishment here in the United States for those who engage in drug activities. Too many families and lives are being broken on both sides from this. ENOUGH OF THIS. When will it ever stop. When will the people rise up and overtake their sense of dignity as a nation as a country to live again.

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    1. The people tried already. Dr. Míreles is lock up and the rest are getting kill by narcogobierno

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    2. They Are not only killing drug dealers. If your neighboor wants your house he just says your are a dealer and bang...you are dead. Mexico needs much more brave people and a new goverment in the whole country

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  14. CJNG Lost 28 men, Thats a big hit to take, sounds like its the begining of the end for CJNG

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  15. As long as the cockroach scum criminals keep getting executed in high numbers who the fuck really cares?!?!?!?!

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    1. 11:00 if the government wants to brag about cartel members murdered, it should make itself available for investigations, but it keeps refusing, heheheee!

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    2. 9:35 these are not murdered cartel POS's but exterminated waste.

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    3. 3:18 you can not accuse even one of these murder victims of being scum, because you don't even know their names...you sure are a pendejo, comprendes?

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  16. He probably is thinking "what can I do with all these Zetas and CJNG sicarios running around" i would br stressed to! Lol

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  17. I can think nothing else except Mexico is totally fucked now. So so sorry for this opinion but Mexico's leadership is totally corrupt and the country is a basket case now. EPN should not set foot on another luxury plane, eat another chef-cooked dinner, nor sleep in his silk sheets one more night while his countrymen suffer these abhorrent ordeals. Act or quit EPN. Its all on your shoulders.

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