Sunday, March 26, 2017

Ten Cartels are fighting for control of Guerrero with more brutality and violence

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from a Sinembargo article

Subject Matter: Organized crime in Guerrero
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required

Guerrero occupies the third place in terms of most poverty at 62% of the population and first place for homicides at 2884 in 2016 at the national level. It is the state most disputed among organized crime groups. There is a presence of 10 cartels, five of them top level. Its central zone has converted into a battlefield between two organizations Los Rojos and Los Ardillos and possibly others that authorities have not completely identified yet. The presence of 500 military and state police has not contained the disappearances and executions and the criminals come back each time more brutal.



In the last decade, Guerrero has converted in the land of cartels and death; the dispute between the Sinaloa cartel, CJNG, the Beltran Leyva Organization, the Knights Templar, La Familia Michoacana and no less than five local organizations have converted the state into the most violent with 18,000 executions since 2006, when the call to war against the narco was initiated.

In Guerrero, 12 of the 81 towns are considered neutral zones. The geographic location of Chilapa has converted it into a demarcation most fought over since 2012 by Los Ardillos and Los Rojos, and not only because it is an essential corridor for the transit of drugs, also its land is utilized for the growing of poppys, "that has just finished its first harvest of the year", according to the Guerrero Coordination Group.




What has happened this year, in Chilapa, there have been 48 executions related to the war between Los Rojos and Los Ardillos, Rojos and a third group of civil organizations known as "Los Jefes" or "Gente Nueva", different to the Gente Nueva of the Sinaloa cartel, only have a presence int he communities,  and with a population of 129,867 only has 500 soldiers and 100 Municipals to police it.

This last weekend was a violent one in the State with no less that 23 deaths, 10 of them in Chilapa, two women and three men were killed by gunfire in different events and five bodies were incinerated in the interior of a taxi.

At the Start of the month, on Tuesday the 7th, 6 dismembered bodies in a state of decomposition appeared inside 13 plastic bags. On Thursday the 9th, they found another five bodies charred inside a vehicle. The brutality with which they perpetrate the executions in the indigenous town, "is very strong" assured the Governor Hector Astudillo Flores.

The growing wave of violence in the town led to the implementation of Operation Chilapa, in January of 2016. One year after the security strategy was put in place, the Mayor Jesus Parra Garcia blamed social networks and media for "inventing facts that affect the image of the town". With recent executions of PRI members he had to admit that the violence was aggravated during his administration.

These are times of crisis, of adversity, and are very complex. I have had to govern in the most difficult times for Chilapa, he told reporters.

Who are Los Rojos and Los Ardillos

In the period of 2012 - 2015, when the municipality was governed by PRI Francisco Javier Garcia Gonzalez, Los Rojos settled in Chilapa under the command of Zenen Nava Sanchez "El Chaparro", alleged family of Jesus Nava Romero " El Rojo".

He was a Lieutenant of Arturo Beltran Leyva and who was slaughtered in June of 2013 in Puebla. During this administration, the population lived through the first mass kidnappings, huge extortion of transport and businesses and brutal executions.

Jesus Nava Romero dead in the street (Borderland Beat archive)


Los Ardillos, a gang that comes from the Quechultenango region, whose leaders Celso and Antonio Hernandez Ortega are brothers of ex PRD deputy Bernardo Ortega Jiminez, have extended into the regions of Chilapa, Zitlala, Tixtla, Totoloapan and Acapulco in only one year, 2014, during the transition of the governorships of Angel Aguirre Rivero and Rogelio Ortega Martinez bot of the PRD.

The battle for the central zone of Guerreo tainted at this moment Aguirre Rivero as well as Garcia Gonzalez and also the ex PRI Mario Moreno Arcos of Chilpancingo, and Ignacio Bacilio and Eduardo Nero all accused publicly of ties to Los Rojos.

In 2015, with the change of State Government and municipal, things had begun to escalate. The President of the organization Siempre Vivos, Jose Diaz Navarro, assured that a reduction in the violence would be felt because Zenen Nava, who in January of 2016 escaped after a two hour confrontation with the armed forces, had returned. According to the PGR, El Chaparro in one of the 13 priority objectives of Guerrero and Morelos.

In the last three years, Los Ardillos and Los Rojos, in their dispute for territory, have committed executions of extreme cruelty, torturing, decapitating, and incinerating corpses that were left in public places.

They have also been responsible for the disappearance of 130 persons, according to the Centre for Human Rights. The mass kidnappings in the towns of Zitlata and Chilapa, where the criminal groups kidnap the inhabitants, all in the presence of Military and State Police, denounce the ONG.

The confrontations between various cartels, as well as the kidnappings and executions against the inhabitants, have caused fear in Chilapa. Families prefer not to leave their houses aftern 7 at night , the schools are secured with padlocks and checkpoints that are reinforced.

Nevertheless, the organization Siempre Vivos considers that part of the violence that affects the towns of Tixtla and Zitlala, is a strategy of terror of the State and Federal Governments so that the population calls for the law of Homeland Security, that is pending for discussion at the Congress of the Union.

Totoloapan and the Tequileros

Located in the region of the Tierra Caliente, Totoloapan is, along with Ajuchitlan, Arcelio and Coyuca, the Municipality most threatened by Los Tequileros, a group that separated from La Famila Michoacana and since 2013 have occasioned the displacement of families from no less than 16 communities.

According to reports of the newspaper El Sur, Raibel Jacobo de Almonte, El Tequilero, was a plaza jefe for La Familia Michoacana. Once he had formed his own organization, he began controlling the San Miguel Totolapan and some rural populations in the border area of Rio Balsas. In 2016 his epower extended to populations of the municipalities of Ajuchitlan, Tlapehuala and Arcelia.

In the Tierra Caliente, six out of every ten homicides are attributed to Los Tequileros, who are also linked to a politician, PRI deputy Saul Beltran Orozco. Before the omission, complicity and participation of the local authorities, the local population had chosen to arm itself to the face this criminal organization.

The violence in Guerrero is generalized by the number of cartels that are disputing the third poorest State of the country, but also by the failed security strategy implemented by the Federal and State Governments, that while advising of "big changes" and advances in security the State remains the number one in the list for malicious homicides.

Original article in Spanish at Sinembargo


88 comments:

  1. Good luck on taking over Guerrero this ain't michoacan who got taken over the zetas Guerrero people are know to be very brave violent and Savage but also will defend the land from Invaders God bless Guerrero
    El 40 tony

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    1. Guerrero will fall , it needs to,

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    2. Lost of innocent people have died in Guerrero, all the cartels need to be taken out , wiped out

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    3. fukin idiot, " good luck taking over ? did you not read how gurrero is already took over by 10 different cartels? its fucked over there

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    4. Guerrero has been taken by cds,beltranes,la familia, cjng.. michoacanos took out the zetas from Michoacan in less than a year, something that has NEVER been seen before in other states. Zacatecaz, Monterey, cahuila, veracruz, and tamaulipas all have a zeta presence and golfos can't get rid of them. Guerrero people are tough but not as United as in Michoacan that has like 4 or 5 cartel presence but half are with familia and half are with cjng but are still independent. After the fall of el botas Blancas guerrero turned into a battlefield and that's when guerrereses went independent and out of BLO with many gangs fighting each other for control. After many years of fighting there has still not been any control from a main cartel

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    5. @11:37 pm Michoacanos were able to remove the Zetas from their state so quickly because they're weren't that many Zetas in Michoac谩n to begin with. Most of the Zetas that were sent to Michoac谩n in 2000-2007 were comandantes de estakas and finincial operators. Los Z didn't send many estakas because the Michocanos (who invited them into their territory) had enough of their own already. Think of the Zs in Michoac谩n during the early 2000s as similar to military advisors/contractors; they were brought in to help the Michocanos bolster their ability to defend and expand their territory. When La Familia realized los Z were about to fuck them, it was fairly easy to eject the Zetas from the state as the Michoacanos had far superior numbers.

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    6. 9:17 guerrereses have superior numbers too, it's just that they are fighting Each other. If they would unite, they would wipe out the other cartels. That's the reason other cartels are moving in on their territories

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  2. The brutality Guerrero has experienced lately is extreme. Control of corridors for a state so deeply impoverished is by all means an economic relief . However with deadly consequences for many.
    Where is it written in the political system that particular parties ( PRI , PAN etc) must favor a certain cartel? The corruption within the government institution is seriously destroying its country. No upcoming change seems near for Mexico. Corruption is so embedded with the government that violence will continue to ravish the country. Solution: an inern government or just legalize the drugs so the killings can halt.
    Something has to be done. Question what's the true solution?
    America stop consumption? Doubt that?
    Legalize the poison already so at least population control can take effect.
    The world can do without impaired judgment.

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    1. Population control? That's what the cartels are doing
      Humans are over populated.

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  3. Great article BB. Heartbreaking what's going on in Guerrero but all of Mexico as well.
    Where is a solution to stop all this madness ?

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    1. 3:22 Compulsory vote, term limits, independent reviews, PUNISHMENTS other measures could contribute, but when the so called presidente buys the lawmakers with public funds and everybody is participating like sharks in a feeding frenzy, AND THE US DEFENDS PROTECTS AND PROVIDES THEM SANCTUARY, it kinda gets too old too soon. Start by shaming the older brother to get out of the way, it has been about 230 years since 1779, the US tried, mexico lost, change the program.
      PUT MEXICO FIRST and forget "the arbiters of corruption"

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  4. Do not worry! EPN will Make Mexico Great!

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  5. Bitch ass putos 馃枙馃枙馃枙馃枙 le estaban pidiendo dinero a mi abuela que tiene ya 70 a帽os o si no la mataban. Bola de tacuaches aprendan a jalar no de andar putos .. Muy valientes con los civiles

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    1. No respect to anyone, especially the elderly. Anything to acquire money. Senseless idiots who deserve to be hanged.

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    2. It's been 8+ years since last visited family in Mexico. Father In-law has requested a family reunion this year at ranch.
      However I am still hesitant to travel to an uncertain fate. Where traveling in a foreign car or simply the fine clothing on our backs are an invitation for such criminal gangs to engage.
      Things have changed and security issues are a factor now in Mexico.
      We ( wife and I ) have raised our children with good morals and education at its forefront. Being business owner and wife a nurse , it's a tough decision for me to accept such an invite.
      I have had colleagues pay ransoms for family members and vehicles taken from them while visiting.
      Trying to instill such things to wife is becoming nerve wrecking.

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    3. Hermano i wouldnt take the chance,there is no brotherhood with fellow Mexicans never mind Mex-Amers,could you not skipe and talk to him face to face so to speak ? Either way be safe

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    4. 7:16. whats a car to donate to the cartels

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    5. Thank you for the advice 2.03 .
      It's such a shame not to be with all my aunts and cousins in a country where it was paradise for me.
      Enjoy the day.

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    6. As for 7.49 . Let me start off by saying that : Let them work hard as many of millions of people do in this world to possess what they earned. Hard work and determination is what it takes in this world to survive. Not take! Like the common thief who does not know the value of earnings. People of such have no self respect nor dignity my friend.

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    7. My response to man who wrote:
      "It's been 8+ years since last visited family in Mexico. Father In-law has requested a family reunion this year at ranch.
      However I am still hesitant to travel to an uncertain fate. Where traveling in a foreign car or simply the fine clothing on our backs are an invitation for such criminal gangs to engage.
      Things have changed and security issues are a factor now in Mexico.
      We ( wife and I ) have raised our children with good morals and education at its forefront. Being business owner and wife a nurse , it's a tough decision for me to accept such an invite.
      I have had colleagues pay ransoms for family members and vehicles taken from them while visiting.
      Trying to instill such things to wife is becoming nerve wrecking."

      Like you, I have foreboding feelings of a tragedy waiting to happen. Respectfully, I beg you o NOT go. Cancel and ideas of going and explain your "realistic" fears bluntly.

      IMO:

      First, Mexico must pay the price for what it became. Deny this "self-ruined" nation more victims. By NOT going, you will actually be doing Mexico a favor. Send Mexico a YA Basta message so that it take corrective actions.

      Second, you and your family sound like ideal targets for criminal shakedowns and kidnappings. If something bad were to happen who would help you? Family? Law enforcement? Politicians? the press or media? I suspect that about all you would get is condolences while they would run away from you as if you smelled bad. Even kin might be wary of helping you!

      Third, "mental Stress. Why take a chance?" Why engage in a potentially dangerous activity where much of your time will be spent in mortal fear of the unknown? Will you even be comfortable going to the store, church, a stroll through town, a night spot without feeling that you are being watched by "halcones" as a potential target of crime?

      Fourth, what about others in your family troupe? Can you really trust them to stay safe just because you warn them of potential dangers? If they are young, trusting, and "la dee dah" risk takers will you not worry horribly while they are out on the town?

      Finally, I sense that you have a voice, (call it a foreboding premonition) in your head pleading "Don't go." I pray you listen to this voice.

      Mexico-Watcher

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    8. Perfect Point made . Thank you.
      If only the government would cease all the violence against innocent individuals who have no bearings on the drug wars. Then again it's the senseless criminal gangs that resort to such activities. Correction, One or few at most cartel partake in such.
      You make a valid point. Worked so hard with careers and business for something tragic to occur.
      Enjoyed the constructive comment.

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  6. Long ago my mother used to vacation in Acapulco. And, the only time my best girl friend and I took a tour bus trip from our holiday in San Diego to Tiajuana...two blonde blue eyed 19year old girls without a care in the world got startled when the tour bus driver announced for everyone to "hold on close to our wallets" before we got off the bus. We were excited to visit but were saddened by the many children running up to us for money. Also, we laughed at signs that read 'divorce in 24hrs'...wow, we were green gringas.

    _Canadian girl

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    1. Try it now and see how safe ot is.

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  7. Ten cartels? Forgetting one major cartel behind all this violence, The Mexican government and its American counterparts.

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  8. Jesus Nava Romero died with Arturo Beltran Leyva in Morelos.

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    1. @7:24 Very true, and alongside his cousin el Chaparro, el Rojo's brothers Ramon and Mateo continue to lead Los Rojos and have managed to escape arrest for the past 10 years. Which is a lifetime in the narco world, especially in Guerrero.

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  9. Mencho is everywhere

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    1. Mencho is in sinaloa

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    2. Mencho the only guy that shot down military helicopters

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    3. 3:38 mencho is scared of sinaloa

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    4. Menchos chopper was the only one reported by the gvmt. Cholo vago took one out in sinaloa and did you hear about it in the media?

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    5. Mencho shut on other one in Michoacan and didn't get reported either.

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  10. Kind of ironic that all cartels started fighting against eachother in 2006,,
    More like a governmental skeem, for depopulation.

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    1. Nothing wrong with that.
      More mamacitas left for us

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    2. 9:15 -Believe or not we had much more violence in 1990s in Mazatlan than from 2006 to today.

      In Mexico wars for plazas have grown in municipals and regions since 1980s and this increased as PRI lost dominance and corrupci贸n control of municipal and state increased by local narcos. At same time cocaina was growing business for Mexicans when they changed from buying wholesale instead of being mules for Columbianos.

      I believe Calder贸n was correct to fight corrupci贸n of narcos in instituciones which was guided by USA inteligence because he could not trust Mexico instituciones and CDS was the DEA's cartel.

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    3. The 90s were more violent than 2006-2016? Ive never beard of that before. Who or what was happening in Mazatlan that caused all that?

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    4. Sinaloa is filled with women, most men are dead or in jail for drugs.

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    5. 11:31 after Manuel Salcido "cochiloco" was killed there was much fighting because Manuel had Mazatl谩n to himself (I think for Mayo working with Amado) and then in 1990 PAN gob was elected for first time and Municipio changed back and forth through 1990s and there is always violence after election - especially when party change. It became worse in 1994 when Mexican economy had problem (devaluation of peso) and this hurt many and it achieved violence with more sicarios. During 1990s El Debate and Noroeste were required censor bad news because of narcos and a very powerful hotel owner and "who made his money having shrimp boats;)" (DEP). His name I wi帽l not say but people in Mazatlan know Don JB. I think this is why little news came to USA from Mazatlan because many writers for El Debate and Noroeste were killed for reporting on anything the powerful didn't want in news.
      Fortunately we are a new generation and it is much better and corrupci贸n is more sophisticated and managed and innocent people are left alone except the very poor who are in dangerous areas where locals sell and use drugs. We have many powerful business people Coppel, hotel owners, biggest tuna fleet owner in Mexico and more who help keep our city safe and beautiful except for short wars after new elections. I love Mazatl谩n and all of Sinaloa which has the most beautiful and friendly people, towns, women, sierra, playas, comidas.....

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  11. Whos operating BLO if none of the 4 caballeros no longer operate? I heard from a friend in Mty some gent with pull was saying he was Albinos Beltran grandson. But according to my notes Albino is not from the same Beltranes.

    Sinaloa only operates discretly in Acapulco. They to cautios about the sierra area plagued by smaller groups with alot of support from local communities.

    R3G!0

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    1. Wrong cds and Beltran leyva have been in Guerrero they are calm and are there for business, atleast where my fam from Beltran Leyva mostly but also cds have used Guerrero to hide often they just hang out there nobody bothers them not military they just go lay low. Beltran Leyva are good though they don't mess with people there just business. As for the other cartels just go fuck with innocent people

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    2. word is Chapo Isidro kept a lot of BLO wholesale market, thus both families (flores and Beltran) making bank out of his moves and dealings; so you could say he keeps part of the BLO running. and he is prepared and armed as good or better than any other families in Sinaloa.

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    3. 2:27 you need glasses thats what he stated. Let me quote him "Sinaloa only operates discretly in Acapulco" Makes since, the country side is to dangerous to hide in. All these other groups running awol, would make it less attractive to live in a pueblo or rancho. The soon you step in locals will pass info to whatever group roams the area. The city is more suitable to hide/operate since thousands live there.

      Ive heard in corridos of a Albino Quintero, maybe that dude is juat flexing fake muscle. You get alot of those here in the RGV.

      Vicente Calderon De Gortari

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    4. 12:02; no offense but I laugh whenever someone references a corrido as credible information. To me it seems almost like citing a narco manta or almost as bad a politicians promise as something that is factual.
      Remember corridos are huge business and they are nothing more than infomercials with trumpets and synchronized dancing that narcos pay vast sums to produce as their propaganda campaign.

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  12. Whats going on these days? Dosent anybody have the brains like Arturo Beltran had to run guerrero well? El mayo ?el mencho? Wheres their power. I bet its all in corridos only. My brother in law was el barbies bodyguard in acapulco and even I dont know why nobody can keep things under control. Theres too many cartels and it seems nobody wants to join forces and be a real mafia. They all act like fucken savages. I think thats the difference that made Arturo a real mafioso. He found independent trafickers and took them under his wing instead of starting wars. Everybody ended up working for him and things were good. One man had an entire state in order. Now thats something few capos have achieved. Not even famous chapo guzman.

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    1. Your brother worked for the traitor Barbie. Sure thing Senor Bob

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    2. What are you talking about? Arturo warred with CDS, he didnt have anything under control lmao. Where do these people come from? BLO cheerleaders.

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    3. EPN poisoned it all. Divided and Conquered, and now owas it.

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    4. El Mayo don't have business there and he probably doesn't want any why would he right now it's too chaotic down there...BLO still active in the state but it's true everything went downhill for Acapulco ever since Arturo went out and La Barbie split

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    5. 7:26 ask anyone in guerrero if things were better back then. I bet you never set foot there. Dont get butthurt cuz your midget chapo never had a single state on lock he was all fake hype.

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    6. 7:26 your clueless how hard is to indersyand that Arturo beltran leyva controlled all criminal activity in guerrero and morelos ??that why he was jefe de jefez , look at the statistic when he waz alive thungs were never tbis bad he helped out more than the goverment thats why he is a legend here in guerrero

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    7. 7:26 yes it's true and he kept everything under control after he got killed everything went south. My family is from both Guerrero and Cuernavaca and it was safe before. After Beltran and cds broke shit hit the fan

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    8. for your information guerrero belonged to el chapo and guero p. and they had it locked and peaceful as that was a place to visit. chapo gave guerrero to beltran leyva. and indeed they had it peacefully. when arturo died all the small cells starting fightung each other.. the way i see it they just a bunch of cholillos doing extortion.kidnapings and alot of killings.. why its like that cause nobody wants to spend money there. that plaza isnt worth it. thats why no one like mayo or enyone else has put order there. its been along time since same shit happens everyday.

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    9. "Art" was un pendejo, the chilangos around him ate his ass alive, epn and genarco garia luna.
      EPN should be extradited to the US, but nooo, he will be provided sanctuary, sovereign impunity and a job as a university professor, in spanish too, cuz "he no spiki".

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    10. 12.05; I don't recommend you base your perception of reality on corridos. And certainly don't take a stock tip from one because it's probably a company they are had the corrido written for in return for laundering their money or hauling their dope - and this could have a deletarious effect on a stocks valuation.

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  13. My girl who's 38 is from tecpan de galeana. Im going later this year to meet my future suegros, i wonder how they'll react when they meet there 23 year old nuero jajaja

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    1. You should be fine . Remember to be respectable as well well manored.
      One beautiful quality of Mexican culture is that we are all humble and hospitable. Where acceptance is given to those who truly have a good heart.
      Enjoy!

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    2. Srry, tell problably, cut, ur balls off, and then turn u into, carnitas, if, u don't give them ur money or

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    3. 5:49 it's yerno not nuero. Nuera is used 4 women. Oh and don't fall victim 2 a green card marriage. Only you know if the fish is worth it. - Sol Prendido

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    4. 9:55 chole, is my suegra.

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    5. You're 23, and marrying a 38 year-old woman? You're doing wrong bro.

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  14. mencho is losing people everwhere.

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    1. Lol mencho is a nobody

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    2. Guerrenses are sending michoacanos back to their state in body bags

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    3. Not enough apparently. He's still breathing!

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    4. Michoacanos are in on other level, guerrero just has mini cartels or gangs.

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  15. Mencho needs to bless Guerrero with his presence like he did in Michoacan. Believe it or not, a lot of Michoacanos believe he's the reincarnation of "El Chayo".

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  16. Familia michoacan and templarios shot down airplanes..

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  17. Desde Tierra Caliente

    Mientras env铆an dinero es tratar de controlar la lumbre con gasolina. Curar ser铆a detener la gasolina.

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  18. So sick of cartel fan boys and wanna be experts

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    1. 1:10 I know right? As if it's a basketball tourney, "fill your in your brackets." But too much innocent life is lost, it's no joke. I love BB, but I also pray for the day they go out of business as a result of the murderous drug cartels going away for good.

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    2. Lets hope that the cartel fan boys own families get to experience extortion, kidnapping, and death. That might give them something to think about as they write in their next cartel BS.

      ESB

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    3. 脩帽帽aaah! ESB you are back?
      Long time no see, hope you have learned something, but starting with the cartel families in not a good start.
      I'd recomended cartel capos higher-ups instead...
      Welcome home 馃嵂 honey buns.

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  19. I'm starting a new cartel and naming it Los Cucharachas.

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    1. 4:18 presta la cucaracha.

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  20. Mencho is weak. If he was strong he would of taken on El Chapo head on, instead of waiting till he was extradited to do so. Clearly he assumed wrong and underestimated the CDS, and now he is taking L's all over the place now as a result. I don't care how many formerly dominant cartels he has partnered with. AFO, BLO hell he might as well form the Cartel Medellin Nueva Generacion. It doesn't matter he'll be in cuffs or a casket soon anyways.

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    1. mencho isnt weak. he was smart. hes powerful but many people brag and make him look like untouchable wich hes not. theres no one as powerful as mayo. i give crdit to mencho. hes doing things and gaining territories. or at least trying. but he is just one of the bunch. that ive seen rise and then fall.

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  21. The michoacanos are the ones who are the kingpins in the guerrero state

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  22. There is so much violence, intimidation, impunity that goes on in GRO that never makes the news. Whole villages in the back country given 24 hours to leave. Territory fights with motorcycle mounted cavalry, followed by pickup trucks of foot sicarrios, followed by armored vehicles attacking towns. Not in the news. What was found at the kids Amusement Park on the east side of Iguala? What is the strange dark smoke that stinks really bad coming from the hills? Why do the churches have fresh paint when most can barely afford beans and tortillas? I miss my friends from there. I won't ever go back.

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    1. 12:15 pm nailed it i feel ya same here

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  23. Has anyone heard of a cartel boss named Marrero? They say he is from Columbia. He is AUC. Colombian right-wing paramilitary. He has re-located to the region to suck up some of the vacuum created by El Chapo's departure. I'm just trying to see what anyone else has heard about him.

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  24. About 10 minutes ago I saw three men going to kill someone. My friend and I were in her car in our town in Guerrero, and we passed three guys who had just gotten out of their car and were walking purposefully down the street. Their faces showed such focus and negative force, that I turned around to watch them. And I saw one pull a gun from his pants waistband in back and then replace it, possibly to lift the safety. I'm no gun expert; to me it was about the same size and shape of my Dad's Walthur ppk; maybe a little bigger. Kinda like a glock. My friend who is Mexicana also saw them because she, too, noticed their intensity. But she was driving so she didn't see the gun. When I told her, she reached for her phone, and said, we have to report it to someone. And I said, whatever you do, don't call the police, because they may work for them. If anything, we tell the army. She called her Dad, to tell him because he lives in our town, and he told us not to tell anyone. We are both shaken up, and plagued with the knowledge that there is nothing we can do that would not endanger us. This is life in Guerrero.

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    1. It's unfortunate that you had to experience such a tragedy. Traumatic I will assume for both to witness. Nevertheless , the advice given was probably accurate as to report being that it's a well known fact state officials and municipal officials are involved with these criminals.
      People fear of retribution every day from such in Mexico. Moreover to see any justice come about.
      Guess is ,the majority of such killings are attributed to criminal disputes among associated groups involved in activities of such.

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  25. Alot of people dont know alot of the original members from the zetas where from michoacan. Alot of my family members where close friends to the trevinos and compadres. They where always from michoacan. Thats why they already had ties with the government and local authorities. I have alot of family from the zetas. They are still in michoacan. They never left.

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    1. El mero jefe zeta, teniente del ejercito mexicano Arturo Guzman Decena era de puebla, GAFE y polesia federal, muri贸 como un perro, traicionado por "sus zetas" que lo dejaron morir solo a manos del "ejercito".

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  26. Where are the delusional narco Einstein's who say that the number of murders in Chicago are worse than any Mexican city?

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    1. 7:57 today you are the delusional narco Einstein talking shit on bb, for statistics about murders in chicago you can google it, but the Gun Lobby imposes the.gun rights that allows sales of weapons to dangerous gangbangers and impunity.for selling their weapons to anybody with impunity

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    2. 7:57 today you are the delusional narco Einstein talking shit on bb, for statistics about murders in chicago you can google it, but the Gun Lobby imposes the gun rights that allows sales of weapons to dangerous gangbangers and impunity for selling their weapons to anybody with the money, free of liability

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