Saturday, April 1, 2017

"El Cepillo", head of the Sinaloa Cartel in Balleza and Guadalupe y Calvo executed in Chihuahua

The leader of the Sinaloa cartel in the region of Guadalupe, Calvo and Balleza, Mario Eleno Corral Félix, "El Cepillo" or "El 00", was executed yesterday in the community La Cueva del Burro section of Turuachi, in the municipality of Guadalupe and Calvo.

State Police located the body of "El Cepillo", one of the criminal objectives of the Attorney General's Office (PGR).

The criminal group "El 00" controls Guadalupe and Calvo, but can not enter one of the largest populations, Baborigame, which borders Badiraguato, Sinaloa state, territory dominated by another antagonistic group but from the same Cartel.

In Guadalupe, Calvo and in El Vergel, municipality of Balleza, the capo made wifi networks available to the population that they named: "Del Cepillo para el pueblo" in El Vergel, and "Support for the people ", At the head of Guadalupe and Calvo.


From "The Cepillo" there is even a corrido that circulates in Youtube, in which it is said that it was born in Dolores, of Guadalupe and Calvo.


"He was calm, but they killed his brother Manuel", and that is why he wants to clean up from Guadalupe to Parral, other than that he admired Noel "El Flaco" Salgueiro.

The Prosecutor Office, reported that investigations carried out in the community of La Cueva del Burro indicate that the body of the capo was found calcined in 80%, with a hole caused by a firearm projectile in the left temple.

Mario Eleno Corral was 39 years old and his sister was the one who identified the body.

The corpse was then transferred to the town hall for a necropsy, while the ministry agents worked on the investigation to determine the responsibility and motive of the killing.

According to residents of Guadalupe and Calvo, "El Cepillo" was killed by elements of the Army, which was not confirmed by state authorities.

The State Attorney General's Office announced that it has implemented a prevention and surveillance operation in the area, which is why it asks the public for their understanding at the moment when police officers carry out their duties.

This article was translated from Proceso

60 comments:

  1. Cepillo was a cool dude he did not let la linea tweakers extort or kidnap the people in chiwas

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    1. Puro Pancho Chimal

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    2. They killed Cepillin.

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    3. How can you tell it is Cepillin?

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    4. 8:13 Just a joke.

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  2. A single gun shot to the temple. He was betrayed by someone he trusted.

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    1. not a single gunshot to the temple it said his body was calcined 80% or 80% burns on body.

      so prolly lit him on fire for like 10-15 minutes then put him out of his misery with the bullet or made sure he was dead with bullet before dumping him.

      ~~~el spaceio~~~

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  3. I had see a comment where someone stated this guy had his days numbered.

    007

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    1. Me too!! I remember I read it in the comments just last month

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    2. Some dude comment a day before the post

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  4. No worries! It's only infighting within the CDS or the army cleaning up some scum! Kill one and anothet prospers. Or is it kill one and ten more take his place?

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  5. If they would just kill more and more of each other daily that would be a blessing. These shitheads are all cockroaches.

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    1. And do you suppose that'll change anything at all??

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    2. Newsflash - that is exactly what he been happening for years and years.

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  6. Army? Sounds strange!
    You would think the army there are aligned with Sinaloa? Could it be Damaso? Who Ordered the execution?
    From what the reports state here his body indicated 80% body charred. That seems a bit extreme for the army to commit? But then again i have no knowledge of what capabilities or atrocities army may have conducted in the past.
    Heard of executions of persons of interest while asleep not long ago. Actually described as a mass execution by the army. But never charring bodies!
    Guess we will never know the truth when government is involved.

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    1. 3:30 mexican paratroopers did that raining fire from above while coming down on el chapo, I mean "descending".
      But on TANHUATO, it was the polesia federal who avenged the loss of face suffered when La Mencha blew 1 (one) helicotero of the out of the sky, others say I was 5 helicopters blown out...
      Poesia federal commander Enrique Francisco Galindo Ceballos has been relieved and replaced by "ManelicH Castilla Craviotto, another asset of carlos slim helu...reason, human rights violations, Tanhuato...

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  7. From what i heard, he was a bad guy and would rob a lot of ppl

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    1. Hush your mouth son! CDS people never rob or do anything bad to the people.

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    2. Actually, the locals preferred him over the cops. They turned to him when cops were going around pushing their weight and abusing people.

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  8. Damasos supposedly have a hit squad they flipped from chapo in the golden triangle, maybe gente nueva or they formed an alliance with el 80 and company from la linea. Chihuahua has been the hot point lately..

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    1. Linea might be around the area backing CDS deserters but I, don't think they'll work with Gente Nueva due to their past. This is probably just CDS vs CDS however making them suceptible to attack by La Linea if they don't get their shit together. Within a month or so we word should be comming out as to who will stay in charge of that region of Chihuas however!

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    2. @6:17 80 was with Los Linces and Cabo was a Linero

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  9. Hes gone . If the only crime his killer is involved in , is killing gangsters I hope they don't catch them . If its more of his kind doing it I hope they all kill each other .

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  10. It was the military with orders from El HR - Héctor Román Angulo

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    1. Is this a fight between Los Azules and Los Pintos fighting over Baborigame,didnt they separate from Los Pintos who were all CDS?
      This is their MO recently with all the burned vehicles with bodies inside.Angulo looks as though he has the power,and the backing of CDS now ?

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    2. Yes he is in charge of los pintos that operate in baborigame.

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    3. who is hector roman angulo?

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  11. Well if he was a bad guy who robbed. that is your fate and death sealed

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  12. Damaso and his cousin el 15 did

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  13. Linea is coming to take over Parral.

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  15. Is there the way to eliminate the drugs and cartel influenced in Mexico without killings? From the government side policy n politics..

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    1. For many people in Mexico it's a source of income unfortunately. Where a lack of jobs and inflation have put many families at a strain to survive.
      Read a news report recently that Mexican citizens of a rura town near Oaxaca or so held their mayor and few municipal officials in custody for allowing the army destroy their drug crops. Demanding compensation $ from the government. It's an economic issue and reality occurring today for many citizens in Mexico.

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    2. It doesn't take rocket science or common sense. 1 pound of mota sold at piad at $40 or a pound of tomotaoes paid at .15 cents. Keep in mind, that's only if they have a couple acres to plant enough tomotoes to make ends meet.

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    3. Mexico needs to figure out a way to create more higher-paying legal jobs. That's the only way to make drug trafficking less attractive. Once they do that, crime will go down.

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  16. this is what i'm talking about.. this cepillo dude was from Chihuahua and worked for CDS.. in sinaloa you have sinaloenses in Navolato that work for la Linea.. only ppl that know nothing about the dope game and only speculate believe that ppl join cartels to cheer on a team like you would football or baseball.. it's all about money my friends.. if a company from japan comes to the US offering jobs at better rates you would be a fool to not work for them.. state pride has nothing to do with this war Chapo and Mayo have ppl working for them world wide.. you think they're all from Sinaloa? please start thinking outside the box for once

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    1. Oh this is what he was talking about guys. Glad you cleared that up. Had me riding that suspense.

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    2. Most bosses are from sinaloa in Chihuahua. Chihuahuas just don't have the cahones to make their own cartel and take out cds or cj. There might be a few people from Chihuahua that run a small region but are easily replaceable, nowhere near a chapo or mayo status.

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    3. Ueah right! El 80 and el JL are from Chihuas from what I, can tell. There are just as poweful Chihuahuan bosses within La Linea in Ojinaga from there. There is not a strong boss from either Chihuas or Sinaloa for la Linea however. Looks like a bunch of groups working under the same name.

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    4. @2:22 don't forget Los Linces. Them and Linea have been having some issues recently. Like the balacera in Cuauhtémoc two weeks ago. That was Los Linces vs La Linea.

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    5. Los linces are a very small group. Maybe 150 guys. La línea is in the thousands. Los linces are straight hitmen. That only a few of the top dogs have access to. There is no war between them.

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    6. Lmao el Cabo se lo cargó la verga xk se alió con los de jalisco i le mato el escolta al 80 i el 80 le recordó quien era su papá

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  17. Those that say don't know, those that know don't say.

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    1. Those that talk don't know, those that know don't talk?

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    2. Those that dont blow,blow what they know,those that may walk,walk with a limp,those that may limp turn into you,a blimp.

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  18. It is said that it was the military the ones who kill him.

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  19. Yes 7:10 the dto's exist and operate along the lines of int'l corporations. I think lots of folks see it in terms of territorial dispensations of power, like street gangs, but the big cartels are waaaay beyond that tiny scope.

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    1. Also you don't have street gangs driving around in convoys of 20 while wearing tactical gear and having shootouts with each other or the government.

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    2. You are correct ! Cartels are beyond the street gangs of American society. Where we all know cartels run Mexican states and there municipal officials.
      America would not tolerate such activities. Where a convoy of such with tactical gear to parade our society without interference from our local police. Moreover a confrontation with our military. That is would be suicide . Better yet stupidity at its highest for wanting to be charged under the Homeland security administration as terrorists!


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  20. Another El goes down .

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      Dude,so true lmao

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  21. He had been with a lot of women.

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  22. El Cepillo... HA HA! The BRUSH. Who's next the broom? Don Escoba!!!Ja Ja Ja

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  23. LOL at the nickname, "the brush" he totally looks like one.

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    1. Good one push broom 😂

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  24. Cds are going down hard, even though this guy is replaceable

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