Friday, April 14, 2017

Bloody Holy Thursday




Translated by Valor for Borderland Beat

Reynosa, Tamaulipas— Members of the Mexican military, marines, and Fuerza Tamaulipas repelled attacks by armed groups yesterday in the cities of Matamoros and Río Bravo, in a battle scenario that left a total of 10 dead: six aggressors killed and four others were executed with a coup de grâce in a dispute between rival groups.

In the municipality of Río Bravo, members of the Navy of Mexico responded to gunfire in two separate incidents that killed four suspects belonging to organized crime groups.

The first violent incident occurred in the neighborhoods Paraíso and Paraíso Norte, where several individuals traveling in a pickup truck with Texas plates fired on the Mexican Navy, who were carrying out patrols.

The infantrymen repelled the aggression and a persecution was unleashed in the area.  After the confrontation, one of the alleged offenders died and the navy seized a vehicle, a high-powered weapon, and communication equipment.

Through a statement, the Tamaulipas Coordination Group specified that later, another group of individuals on board two trucks attacked members of the navy, as it passed through gap #109, located at kilometer 14, in the rural area of the municipality.

These events resulted in the deaths of three alleged delinquents, which had assault weapons, magazines, and various equipment.  

In social networks, it was said that one of the armed clashes resulted in the death of a man known as “Comandante Charmín.”

Ministerial authorities were informed of the two assaults on navy personnel, in order to follow up on corresponding investigations.

Rival Groups


Meanwhile in Matamoros, Mexican army troops and state officials of the Fuerza Tamaulipas participated in various clashes during the afternoon.

At least six people died in a couple of points in the port of Tamaulipas.

Initially, four men were found executed Thursday afternoon, with a coup de grâce, inside an establishment located on the streets of Guerrero and 14, according to police reports.

Then, two gunmen were killed in a shootout in the Buena Vista neighborhood, which saw a mobilization of troops from the Mexican Army, accompanied by Fuerza Tamaulipas.

Persecutions and shootouts continued last night. 



Source: El Mañana

44 comments:

  1. Ok. Every time they have a shootout, hardly any military personnel get killed. Damn are they GI Joe or what. The news always makes it seem as if the bad guys are dumb.

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    1. ... and a “coup de grace by rival bands“. Could never have been by those in uniform huh?

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  2. No pasa nada
    These are brief 2 minute chasez

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  3. Such senseless violence and disregard from many of youths today not just Mexico but also in America. A failure of morals and values which society has been dealing with.
    Many of these issues facing Mexico are attributed to the condoning of narcotics by the government for so long that its role model is that of a drug trafficker. The appeal of power and money has led this trend for youth while destroying communities.
    Nevertheless the blame is shared with both countries America for its demand of narcotics and Mexican government for supporting such.
    Economic factors for many where employment is bleak. A means of sustenance for many.
    Nevertheless such actions against the Mexican military will only escalate due to the unfavorable
    respect towards government .
    Matamoros surprisingly has usually been quiet compared to other states. A well known cartel distribution hub and focal point for logistics but order has usually been implemented. Not like Veracruz' and Guerrero . Gulf cartel has kept things well under control in that region.

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  4. La feria del cuarto viernes señores se celebraba en el Pueblo, Serca de semana Santa pero andaba suelto el Diablo! Enchelen agua Bendita!!

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  5. Just stay in school you dummys u lacras always get sent to hell by the arm forces only time it was a successful enboscada was in sinaloa with 5 soilders dead that's not gone happen again

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    1. Are you stupid? They never mention the men they lose because it makes the government look bad but in reality the military has taken some huge L across Mexico.

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    2. Don't forget that real narquitos get arrested, usually.
      And that all the innocents murdered by the "melitary" and the polesias in tamaulipas or anywhere else, are always "drug trafficking communist guerrillas" that got extra judiciarily executed.

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  6. Every Easter is the same old news. These cartel scum worship Satan.

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  7. It strange how everytime there is a group of dead Narcos the official statement is it's always The Officials who were "fired upon". Now I'm never against a dead Narco. Unless they are CDS.
    I am just starting to think that the Officials are not being "fired upon " near as often as they always claim

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    1. Common sense huh? Just look at their kill ratios and compare them to any country or war. Ridiculously good supposedly

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    2. Perect assholes with perfect marksmanship, we saw how a trap on the melitary works when 5 soldiers got killed by real narcos improvising a trap.
      --Most all the rest are government lies and state sponsored murders..

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  8. please do a story of el big mama and his gang.

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    1. What kind of a pinchI name is El big Mama?
      I wish rikishi was there to rub his ass on his face.

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  9. Name of business on guererro and catorce? Nombre de negocio? Gracia. Mi tias trabajando en un oxxo muy cerca.

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  10. But how come this article don't sound like a 14 year old in creative writing class wrote it to impress his girlfriend?

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    1. @6:54 PM I don't think any of our stories sound like they wee written by a 14 year old. Just different writing styles for different reporters. Different taste for different folks. That is why there is Pepsi and Coke.

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    2. @654 where's the article you wrote???

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  11. Can someone please do something about every g-damn link in the forum that goes to super resume instead. Pleeeeease

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    1. Scroll to the very bottom right hand corner and click "disable popups". You're welcome

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    2. @7:15PM Thanks for doing my job. I saw the comment but I couldn't remember where the damned button was.

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    3. How do you do it on a mobile phone ?

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  12. Quien sabe lo que estapasando en matamoros. Quien pelea por la plaza.

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  13. Isnt there a commandante Charmin of CDN ?
    Also Grupo Operativo Zetas have released a naughty video killing a sicario of CDN cuttin his hands and feet off while still alive then his head,looks like another young kid,fuckin crazed brutal video,madness all round

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    1. Totally barbaric. How a country of humble citizens have turned savagery ? An unbelievable behavior practice which has become a norm. When will it end?

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  14. El Charmin was one of the leaders of Bravo Grupo or Zeta Old School,his brother was fucked off by CDNs El Gafe,hes on the picture where they are all named from a video grab,theres a Charmin CDG Reynosa,if its the same dude,theres Charmin from CDN as well,fuck knows?

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    1. Nope you got it wrong buddy, actually Charmins brother (gordo) was killed by local police in Monterrey not from GAFE and his low level druged out sicarios.

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  15. So it was Sicarios of CDN vs CDG Zetas?

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    1. Nah, it was probably Zetas trying to infiltrate Reynosa with all of the heat currently on Toro and CDG. Of course, the military was backing up one side of these battles..

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  16. That pickup truck with Texas plates could be the one stolen from me in Houston. No, wait a minute, someone just told me it was now a police car with the Matamoros Police Department. The cops just haven't bothered to take the Texas plate off yet.

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    1. Happens all the time

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  17. Commadante Charmin,? Commander Toilet Paper, Commander Butt Ribbon, JAJAJA This guy was destined to be wasted.

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    1. Haha just don't squeeze the Charmin.

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    2. Squeeze the canadiana, glad you made bail.
      Welcome back.

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  18. How do you say "our society is not serious about violent crime" in Spanish?

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    1. I'm more curious in knowing how to say "our society was built on violent crime"

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    2. Don't know but ur statement so true

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    3. 10:11 You say "it is a small minority of paid trouble makers"
      --but in spanish

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  19. Its a safe bet to make.. C.D.G don't write letters to journalist explaining their side as to what transpired unlike them Sinaloa people lol

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  20. The leaders have funny names toliet Paper

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  21. Commondante Summers Eve is next then El Preperation H will prbly get it too

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  22. Hand out guns instead of tv's next election. The cartel putas will run away like the cucarachas they are. Real brave killing farmers and the defenseless.

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    1. 3:39 the guns will be used on the pooliticians, they know it, so I doubt your proposal flies.

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