Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Michoacán: Shootout Leaves 8 Dead






Translated by Valor for Borderland Beat


Eight people were found dead after two groups of organized crime clashed with each other.

The shootout took place on Tuesday in the municipality of Múgica with the dead bodies of six people identified as Miguel C., Crisóforo M., Narciso P., Carlos I., Saúl I. and Moisés G., who were inhabitants of Múgica and La Piedad.

Later, on Wednesday, February 22, 2017, two other shot up bodies were found while another man was arrested in a hospital in Apatzingán where he was being treated for a gunshot wound in his leg.  The man identified as Uriel G., also had other bruises.  It is thought that he also participated in the shooting.



In the last 24 hours, eight trucks, eight heavy caliber rifles, cell phones, and tactical vests have been secured with the abbreviations of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel.

53 comments:

  1. Exactly!! Kill each other off!!

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  2. Cjng quiere entrar a michoacan pero los templarios no los dejan.. mejor la union pa que sigan trabajando y dejen el pueblo en paz..

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  3. Damn cjng is doing to much.. don't like how mencho is going to make a war zone in Michoacan. It's going to get very nasty..

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  4. Mencho ask for man power to el mayo to take over michoacan solo no puede

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    1. Mayo doesn't have sicarios like cjng, Mencho showed him who's boss in la paz Baja califas. Mayo didn't want none and joined Mencho after taking many hits. You talk nonsense boy..

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  5. So what plaza those mencho fully control? Cause at this point he cant controll his own town i doubt he can controll his woman lmao

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    1. I said the same thing when the cartel Einsteins said Mencho was gonna take over Chihuas. Not today, not tomorrow and not ever.

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    2. Unlike the rest of cartels with names like cartel del golfo, Juarez cartel, cjng, cartel de Sinaloa.. you could say cartel de juares is one that lives by that name and controls most that small plaza. Cds is not really cartel de Sinaloa because it's divided with beltranes and doesn't fully control sinaloa, cartel del golfo doesn't control to golfo because of zetas, cartel Jalisco is more acurate because the most dominant cartel in Jalisco is cjng, there might be a few beltranes or zetas snooping around but don't have nowhere near as much presence as cjng. CJNG also control most of Tijuana

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  6. This idiots dont even know how to use a weapon

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  7. I don't get it....they had a clash between cjng vs ??? La familia michoacan or caballeros templarios...

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  8. Dam I don't even feel bad for the dead anymore.

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  9. 100% planted weapons on those pix!

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    1. No magazine for one gun...guess that was an oversight.

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    2. That's why he died. No ammo

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  10. Where is LA Tuta when you need him.

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  11. The more they war and kill each other the better. The higher the body counts the beeter for the populace.

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  12. Looks and sounds more like a scene from when and where Serbia and Croatia. Where although it was an ethnic cleansing war there. Mexico has its own cleansing war with Military gear and weapons and a warlord. But it's turf wars for the drug trafficking corridors and criminals.
    Beginning to think American military assistance can help mend ties and relinquish better relationships to combating these terrorists. Truth is these cartels and gangs are terrorists.
    As long as American interests do not infringe upon Mexicos prosperity and progress.In other words: Raping there country from its political stance and resources .
    Be nice if America played nice !

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    1. Drug trafficking is a necessary evil in mexico. In places where everyone is in line and things are running "smooth" everyone prospers. Kinda like Californias Emerald Triangle. You can actually trust that the local drug loard will do more for the community then the actual government. The drug lord will give back, wther it be to genuinely see his people prosper or to win the heart of his people to have their support, where as the government will take away. Unfortunately that's not the case in every region.
      It's interesting to see how interpret information. Where you see the u.s military as a savior or as an element that brings order, I look at the u.s military's involvement around the world and I just see it as destruction and destabilization.

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    2. 7:10 "America" has never played nice pendejo, you don't see americans beating each other up with Aztec pyramids sold illegally to them by mexicans, do you?
      --There are no illegal immoral unethical big business takeovers by mexicans on the US either.
      But there is always the guy que se la come toda, y cruda...

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    3. 7:33 absolutely, I agree with you, wherever the US goes to impose christian-democratic values it all goes to hell for a long time.

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  13. It's funny, as soon as you see any news regarding Sinaloa or CDS you see all of the haters rushing to the comment section like flies on shit. Its a love hate relationship, without Sinaloa in the headlines their lives lose meaning... when anything regarding Michoacan or any other state comes up, the comment section is dead. Crickets.

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    1. Yea well they give us good material to work with, they love bragging, writing letters and playing the innocente ones, good novela... And when the cheerleaders or defenders of that cartel pop up, people can't leave that unchecked.

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    2. That's because the only michoacano people know is Mencho because of the power he accumulated over the years. Other than tuta in videos, michoacanos are low key and don't love all that media like cds cardashians lol

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    3. The only reason Michoacanos came up in the game es porque les hacian los mandados a los Sinaloenses. De tijuana a zacatecas y de culiacan a monterrey que no se les olvide a quienes les componen los corridos.

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    4. You said it bro Michoacanos are low key. That's why sinaloans get popped and jacked all the time. They make a few G's and the first thing they buy a gold chain and ostrich boots.

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    5. They were working toghether, you could say michoacanos had a big reason cds was in control. Cds never made michoacanos, they were working with golfos too but alot independent, now they are clicked up running sh!t.

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    6. 9:23 It's funny that you say that because your the type of girl that will get a text from boyfriend and waits 3 mins to answer back so you won't look desperate. Pinche cds 🥜 licker.

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    7. Why are you guys hating on each other ? Bola de babosos I swear

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    8. 6:42 it's a conversation, babosa!

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    9. Michoachangos. AL ATAQUE! LOL.😂

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    10. 6:42 está bueno el chisme verdad pinche chismoso

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  14. Alguien sabe algo de brody banderas o como se llame

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    1. Brody Banderas was a fictional character. Made up in his own mind with his gang of juvenile delinquents. He was never a hitman but portrayed himself to be one. Never confirmation from anyone, even La Tuta never heard of him. He is probably dead and buried in some shallow grave after pretending to be a hitman to a real cartel killer.

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    2. Broly did ecxist and was just a bumb ass sicario who was trying to hard for fame,he died in a shoot out vs policia ministeriales in jiquilpan michoacan..he was leaning on the hood of one of the trucks he was in and was hit only once,bullet crossed his pechera and died at the scene,hes people took him and took the body back to his fam in apatzingan michoacan were he was originaly from..

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    3. La tuta said broly was from Sinaloa

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    4. I never believed Broly was from Sinaloa,some of the people in the pictures were his brothers and familia he also had children,pictures look as though they were taken in the family home,and video of him in convoy around Michoacan,why would he say he was from Michoacan,giving his location?They wouldn't give his real home,he was a working sicario in an estaka,people could find him if they knew where he was in Michoacan?

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  15. What is going on in michoacan hopefully all the beautiful nalgonas are safe!

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    1. Amen to that!!!

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    2. @851 you have zero respect for women...the good thing about michoacan is that : with that dirty mouth and mentality any older brother of any this broads will kill you in a split second...you think narcos are the only ones with a "machete" to cut your head off... you should watch your mouth when refering to respectful michoacan women like that...pinche gente sin respeto no ahi de otra mas que trosarlos..

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    3. 8:06 If the words of a stranger compel you 2 kill anyone then you should quickly seek psychiatric help. - Sol Prendido

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  16. Damn, cjng is everywhere..

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  17. does "eight trucks, eight heavy caliber rifles, cell phones, and tactical vests have been secured with the abbreviations of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel" mean that CJNG is "branding" its weapons and equipment? Is this common?

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    1. I worded that confusingly. I meant that the abbreviations of the CJNG were found on the tactical vests only.

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    2. Yes it is common,Zetas did it,CDG,did it,CJNG,and Templarios did it with Guardia Michoacan,not all of their stuff,bits and pieces and if they want to?
      Suppose it says we are here?

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    3. Affluence and impunity helps buy what you pay for, straight from the horse's mouth, cjng MUST HAVE VERY GOOD CONTACTS WITH THE SUPPLIERS, at the highest level, like los zetas and other smaller cartelitos, they even have numeric control programs to machine their own weapons, poll license to mexican military industries, owned privately by retired military to supplement their retirement pensions and pooliticians that know who THE BOSS...It never fails, "follow the money".

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  18. Michoachangos al ataque.

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  19. Unlike the sinaloa war, you will not hear anybody from Michoacan sending letters or selfies lol

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    1. La tuta send letters lmao

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    2. Truthfully ain't anyone give a good shit whether Michoacan's send selfies or letters.

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    3. 6:42 nobody gives a shit about those snitchaloas sending letters either, why do you think the government is still after them lol

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  20. Puro tangamandapio michoacan saludos a la gente de jaime el cartero

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