Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Social Media Reports On Shootouts in Nochistlán, Zacatecas



Translated by Valor for Borderland Beat

Dozens of citizens and neighbors of the municipality of Nochistlán de Mejía, located at 224 kilometers south of the capital of Zacatecas reported on a violent shootout through various social networks that lasted for several hours during the early hours of Wednesday without the authorities having so far issued an official communication in regards to the incident.

Various videos and messages of the citizenship recorded the events where strong machinegun bursts can be heard throughout various parts of the area where the presence of armed groups in the area has been denounced.

The “magical town” of Nochistlán has been a disputed area of alleged members of organized crime who are fighting for the drug trafficking corridor bordering both the north and northwest with the municipality of Jalapa, south with Yahualica in Jalisco, to the east with Apulco, to the west of the municipalities of Juchipila and Apozol, to the north and northeast with Teocaltiche in Jalisco and finally to the south bordering with the municipality of Mezticacán, also located in Jalisco.

Neighbors of the area alerted on the presence of trucks with armed men on board moving throughout highways and roads as well as in the urban area of Nochistlán.

Source: ZHN


“Video 2: Shootout some moments ago in Nochistlán, the following video shows the northern outskirts of the municipality as the two convoys of armed subjects attacked each other.”


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“Video 3: Strong shootout in Nochistlán.  This video was recorded by other villagers who recorded the impressive shootout, allegedly between the CDG and the CDN, from their homes.  Hundreds of armed people were involved as well as armored vehicles of all types, mostly trucks.”


“Video 4: This is how more convoys of hitmen and narcos entered Nochistlán to continue the strong shootout that they carried out, groups of convoys were between groups of 9 to 20 trucks in different groups and between 10 and 15 vehicles among other convoys that laid siege to Nochistlán in order to carry out a strong battle presumably between the CDN and CDG.”



“Video 5: The Nochistlán shootout lasted for 30 minutes and authorities never arrived.  After almost an hour, they began to arrive to the municipality, in some streets citizens reported people in trucks killed by gunshots, some exposing themselves thinking that it was finished, going outside to take photos and videos of those executed but they immediately took shelter.  CDG and CDN sicarios (although in the area, the CJNG and the Sinaloa [Cartel] may have also been involved as they also operate in the region) fought each other and used: grenades, AK-47’s, AR-15’s,M-17’s, Barrett .50 caliber, sub machine guns, machine guns, as well as hand guns.  It was a real armed confrontation that had never occurred in that municipality.”



“Video 6: Nochistlán lived its worst shootout in history and in previous confrontations had never overcome this bloody shootout and confrontation on April 18, 2017.  It is said that the worst place was opposite the ISSSTE (Institute for Social Security and Services for State Workers) near the secondary school, there are several sicarios in various convoys that faced each other leaving several executed and trucks shot up.  Some sicarios picked up their own casualties to take them, in front of the ISSSTE, at least six houses were left shot up as well as at least eight vehicles, inside the houses, some had water pipe damage which led to houses being flooded.  After about 80 minutes, authorities arrived.  Sicarios continued the shootout on roads outside the municipality.”

60 comments:

  1. The first video was when los templarios fucked up los federales in la piedad back in 2011 or 12
    Long live LA TUTA Y SU GENTE DE TUBISCATIO

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    1. Need to lay off that super dope homie

      eL s01 p£nd£j0

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    2. Calmate culo podrido
      PURO CTGM

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    3. Man let the shit go

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  2. Crazy!
    Zacatecas's was one of my favorite places to visit. Back then of course before the drug war began.
    Who controls that area for drug trafficking?
    Was always peaceful. Then again reflecting the past which is no more I see. Many parts of Mexico have transformed into such activities.
    Pretty sure news of what or who will be credited.
    One can only ask for peace in such times.
    Thanks for informing us BB.

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    1. It's disputed by all the other states around it who have cartel presence such as cdg, cdn, cjng, zetas

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    2. It really was my family is from the north part of zacatecas and back in 2007 is when golfos and zetas entered to take over the state, before 2007 it was local drug dealers from zacatecas that would run business and didnt mess with civilians at all. But sadly most were killed or forced to align with the scummy tamaulipas people and thats when it all went down hill, they introduced kidnappings and robbery to civilians,
      zacatecas is still somewhat safe you just have to travel during the day and be a bit careful

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    3. Sinaloa still controls it but is fighting cjng for it. "El huero de los altos"

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    4. Estas pendejo wey jente zeta y golfos en Zacatecas quieren entrar PA Durango .SE la van a pelar aki en Durango asemos frente

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    5. Mis respetos para toda esa gente de Durango. Esos cabrones si le atoran a los chingasos. Allí no andan con mamadas. De que se prenden se prenden. - Sol Prendido

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    6. En ramon corona durango casi son golfos, asi que no digan que su durango es muy fregon

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  3. But Mexico is fine its all in the peoples minds acording to el pendejo de Peña Nieto

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  4. New video of the damages on accessozac FB page

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  5. No pasa nada, "el siñor presidente EPN ya tomorrow carts en el asunto".
    Y los pinchis retenes apá?

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  6. My mom is from Apozol Zacatecas. My grandpa said that CDS are in Apozol, Juchipila, and Moyahua

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  7. It's too bad the narco's released drugs on their own population.Violence won't be contained in the border states now,could be anywhere.

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    1. 1:11 the narcos wuzn't going to be eating the store forever, canna, they need to make some pesos, and since they can't sell it on the US, and they can't eat all of it, their only option had to be sell it for a peso, mexican peso, very small ammounts, just a sniff of the cebollita.

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  8. Carteles Unidos cleaning la plaza
    M3

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    1. cowardly amigos cleaning and making the beds in hotel california. spanish
      M3, sweet sweet fantasies.

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  9. In Jamaica we call it bursting corn . Me lick ya down with me choppa me fill ya belly full of coppa talk to me proper talk to me poppa ! The time in Mexico to pass out guns to all its citizens is nearing...

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  10. http://wolfstreet.com/2017/04/19/mexico-economy-plundered-issue-foreign-currency-debt/
    explains very clearly how Mexican politicos have led Mexico to an impending bankruptcy!

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  11. That was cjng that's how they received the cdn wh9 wanted to enter Jalisco. I don't think they will try anymore. I wonder how many casuAlties... crazy shoot out.1

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  12. I'm taking a trip next month to Jerez,Zac..im flying to Guadalajara ,and driving to Zac..what do you cartel experts recommend,as to this trip..safe,or not??..

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    1. Anda con cuidado. Los de Zacatecas son bien langaros.

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    2. 7:16 you are always tripping, you better stay home, be safe and don't risk ending up with el muletas blowing horns in the orchestra or mopping floors in a tanga.

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    3. Travel during the day on 23 or 54 and you should be fine

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  13. This area and los altos de jalisco was controlled by don mario gonzalez from teocaltiche. Shit hit the fan when he died and his son took over, mario jr. Chapo and him where compadres and therefore this is still sinaloa territory. The shoot out last night was between sinaloa and nueva generacion that tried to come in through yahualica. They have lost alot of ground since don marios kids moved to Guadalajara and cjng has been actively trying to take over. "El huero de los altos"

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    1. Los altos de jalisco is CJNG

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    2. I agreed with you man ....that shooting was sinaloa vs jalisco nueva generacion ...people still think it was cdg vs cdn zetas

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    3. Your saying Mario's sons operate en gdl and left el guero de los Altos in charge? And el guero runs nochis

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    4. Who is el guero .....??

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    5. Im saying the kids moved to guanatos and left each town with a boss. Sinaloa still runs alot of business through guadalajara theres no fucking way cjng can control the whole city. Sinaloa lost alot of territory in los altos but this region is still theirs. This shootout was cjng trying to take out "el cacahuate" they went in but he held out at his house. He called for back up and people from nochis and teocal went on the offensive. For some reason the people of teocal where there. Either they knew they were coming or by accident. They went at it and killed ten from yahualica aka cjng and only "el pony" from nochis got injured with a gunshot to his leg. Cjng hasnt been able to take them out yet so its about to get hotter. Attn ,"el huero de los altos"

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    6. 12:46 2 sides to every story but thanks for this side

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    7. I thought los Altos was controlled by el cholo from cjng?? But who knows

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    8. Los Altos always been de los Valencias aka CJNG sinaloa got ran out along time ago when Nacho died and they broke ties dont sit here and lie thats NG defending Los Altos from contras just like they did back in the day with zetas im from San Miguel El Alto only others in Los Altos are some from la mochomera ans caf that go for meetings with NG

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    9. So mario jr...has teocal villa hidalgo nochistlan and jalos plaza ....

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    10. Reply to 11:28 they only have teocal nochis and villa I believe they practically lost everything else and its getting hot for them

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  14. La Gente de Jalpa Zacatecas no le gustan estos pendejadas...

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    1. La gente de Jalpa son unos chivos cerreros de carretón.

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  15. I thought CJNG and Sinaloa gang are best of friends. Any reply from narco nuthuggers & ass kissers is welcome. Hahahaha

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    1. Not after Mencho started taking cds plazas lol

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    2. Nope they are taking each other out in los altos de jalisco. Attn "el huero de los altos"

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    3. 2:53 divorces happen in the best families, now YOU must chose who to serve, bitch, lucky you won't be so busy anymó.

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  16. Alejandro "Booger Bear" Nunez is behind all of this latest violence from Jalisco. El Mayo has a golpe de contacto out on him. Pedro Negro, or "Black Peter", is heading up a equipo de sicarios to catch him. My cousin who lives in Alcoyonqui has been emailing me every night about Nunez. Ezequias says he and his familia rezar a Dios every day that Nunez doesn't storm their home. He likes to catch people off guard and prefers to scare & kill innocent people & niños because he is too scared to fight El Mayo's troops on his own. My cousin knows a lot because the choza behind his fence is his old amigo that now runs with CDS. I don't know his name, but Ezequias says his amigo looks out for him & his hermana.

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    1. A family of snitches.

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    2. Check out this blood in blood out califas bs

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  17. CDS está bien apoyado en Zacatecas de Villanueva a Jerez! Todo con tiempo!

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    1. donde estaban CDS cuando los Zetas as adueñaron de el estado, fue el CDG con apoyo de una faction de CDS, no los pudieron enfrentar cuanto se fueron a nayarit tampoco. no digo que no estan pero creo que no estan tan grandesen el estado
      no mas digo yo ...

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  18. Alejandro "Booger Bear" Nunez is behind all of this latest violence from Jalisco. El Mayo has a golpe de contacto out on him. Pedro Negro, or "Black Peter", is heading up a equipo de sicarios to catch him. My cousin who lives in Alcoyonqui has been emailing me every night about Nunez. Ezequias says he and his familia rezar a Dios every day that Nunez doesn't storm their home. He likes to catch people off guard and prefers to scare & kill innocent people & niños because he is too scared to fight El Mayo's troops on his own. My cousin knows a lot because the choza behind his fence is his old amigo that now runs with CDS. I don't know his name, but Ezequias says his amigo looks out for him & his hermana.

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  19. Think its too organized and big for CDN,heavy weaponry and many men,CJNG v CDS seems more likely,we'll find out ?

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  20. I have family their it's very tragic shut like this happens and worst when innocent people get caught in the middle

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  21. Mario Jr was not able to continue the business as his father did up until his death so, he was picked up awhile back and taken downtown so that, someone with strong agallas could run the business and paying off the politicos in charge of the state and security.

    Now you see CdS and NG going at it. If they take this stronghold then, Teocal, Villa, Aguascalientes, Tlachichila, Calvillo, Jalpa, Tabasco. You know the drill.

    En Colotlan y Villa Guerrero ya anda los NG adi que les pueden hacer un sándwich a los del cañon de Juchipila.

    Se pelean como perros por un pueblo u colonia con tal de vender coca apócrifa y cristal.

    Asi es la gente corriente y ni modo

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    1. En villa guerrero están fuertes también en San Martin de Bolaños rumbo a la sierra están fuertes esa plaza esta bien cuidada . El año pasado llegaron 10 camionetas a tlaltenango zac que venían de Gdl , y aparecieron varios muertos y un colgado en el puente que eran del cdn . Pero se escuchaba que el Cdg estaba en el sur de zac . Allí en atolinga esta otra célula que disque chapos pero no entran para jalisco . El año pasado cuando levantaron alos chapitos en Vallarta andaban varias camionetas sospechosas por el norte de jalisco ya que hay camino a Nayarit por San Martin y puente de camotlan la raza de allí se conoce

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  22. There has too be a lot of casuAlties, so huero here said it was only 10 dead from cjng trying to take los altos from cds but I don't believe him. Too much gun shots and heavy artillery to just have 10 from cjng. I bet cjng killed way more than that, they went ready for war. But officially nothing will be said from authorities, it's the two most powerful cartels going at it, I'm sure they don't want any problems with either.

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    1. Probably not there was only 3 vehicles abandoned at the initial shootout and those had to be from cds because cjng roll with out plates, being it was dark= low casualties

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  23. eso son de sinaloa luego see mira esa gente esta pesada sacaron al cartel jalisco con la cola en entre las patas uno primo que estaba cerca escucho que uno grito "aqui con sinaloa topan ya saven que huevos tambien les perstamos porque les acen falta cabrones"

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    1. Please.. Ya no les queda eso De los mas chingones, cjng les esta quitando plazas donde quiren. No diga tontadas pleves!

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    2. Que le presten una feria a Pancho's mom.

      She needs huevos and money from cds after the marina sent his son to hell

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    3. 7:50 cuales plazas vali si no controla ninguna todas esta en disputa asta su casa michoacan I jalisco no son de el vali

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  24. these people recording withcell phones should have a drone instead for better video.

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