Monday, May 15, 2017

Mexican special forces in helicopter chase sicarios in Culiacan

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from an El Debate article

Subject Matter: Mexican Special Forces, Culiacan
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required

Mexican special forces were surveiling a particular route when they were alerted to a pickup with sicarios and decided to pursue.


Around 16:05 yesterday the 13th of May, special forces achieved the capture of a Toyota pickup at Calle Lienzo Charro and Juan M Zambada, in the Bachigualato Colonia in the Capital City.

The agents were carrying out a routine surveillance of a route when they were alerted to the presence of a pickup.

In the video one can observe the agents from the helicopter carrying out the chase, of some criminals fleeing the authorities.





Later, elements of the special forces landed and pursued the criminals on foot, however they had abandoned their vehicle in the Bachigualato, and the special forces found their empty vehicle. The occupants had fled.

The grey colored Toyota pickup pickup, was found to contain 3 AK47 rifles as well as 14 magazines of the same calibre.

As well as the fire-arms, there were various bags of marijuana that were found in the interior of the pickup. Authorities indicated that the pickup had been reported stolen.


Original article in Spanish at El Debate

64 comments:

  1. As few dudes ridin around in a pickup truck chocking on a dubie. No need to get excited and call in the heli! The AK's? Well they've been to the local shooting range having a beer and practicing shooting skills. Ya know, for the hunting season :-)

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    1. The police did report finding drugs (marijuana), not sure guns and drugs are a good mix in most peoples books.

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    2. So totally agree with 2:48, thats a normal weekend in Arizona, the stolen truck included.

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    3. No civilian has any business carrying an automatic weapon, and to be driving around Culiacan in a pick up with 3 of them is either very very naive or very very criminal.

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    4. There is absolutely no doubt that those specialized warrior contingencies enjoy what they are doing to the fullest.

      In my opinion, these soldiers belong to the Mexican Marines/ Navy. Mexico's version of the U.S. Navy Seal's. Excellent on the water, yet way better at offensive urban combat. I also think that the chopper was getting too close to the ground.

      After what Mencho did to the Federales Apache or Blackhawk. Not sure which type of U.S. chopper it was. But it was taken taken down by a RPG.

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  2. Amazing how Mexican people let the cartel run the country

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    1. Let ....i think your missing something

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    2. Murica is run by a bigger cartel, the central bank.

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    3. They are stupid , lazy, rapers and robbers to boot........geeeeez.
      Get a grip. It's just not that simple.

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    4. In this state the cartel those more than the government and remember the biggest cartel is in Los pinos saludos desde apatzinga vali

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    5. I'll tell you why, because unfortunately it's the cartels that feed the poor it's the cartels that pay for churches and schools were the Mexican government won't. 🤝

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    6. Yea because I'm sure you would lead them to victory right? Easy to speak when you're in the states.

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    7. Make no mistake: the cartels dont run the country! The corrupt government runs the country and profit handsomely from the bribes the government officials extract from the cartels!!!

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    8. Not amazing 4:20 am, just conveniently permitted.

      E42

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  3. Don't mean sh!t if the sicarios escaped..

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    1. The helo ran out of gas,
      no way they would chase 3 or 30 guys on foot.

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  4. Perhaps the assailants got lucky, but with two birds in the air before one of them landed and found the truck,It just shows how incompetent and poorly trained these guys are, and people wonder why Chapo evaded them countless times over the years.

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  5. The sinaloa gangbangers always surrender. If this helicopter was chasing CJNG sicarios then it would have been shot down.

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    1. Like the 50 sicarios executed in a rancho all cjng members lol

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    2. Not all of them were cartel members there were a lot of innocent people who the government just massacred

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    3. 9:19 the helicopter taken down by La Mencha broke down on the air, it was too old, and it was Mexican Policia Federal.
      The revenge kill of about 50 people has been named "Tanhuato", has been designated a crime of state, carried out by the mexican federal police, whose director Enrique Francisco Galindo Ceballos has been resigned and replaced since about July of 2016 by a Manelich Castilla Craviotto, who had been until then the director of the "do-nothing polesia Nazional trained in france".
      It is ok to be wrong, but Tanhuato is an infamy and a mass murder carried out by polesia federal and their boss, not to be celebrated by decent people anywhere.

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    4. @11:00 stop trying to defend cjng they were all identified correctly as cartel members

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    5. @4:25 just because the government says they were? I have family in michaocan who can confirm that not all of the killed were CJNG, most were just in the wrong place at the wrong time. I'm not defending them either they do deserve to die but not at the expense of innocent people getting slaughtered along side those scum.

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    6. 4:25 The people murdered in Tanhuato were recruited "to work", then mysteriously murdered in the early morning by the Policia Federal Mexicana supported by helicopters, "to avenge" their fallen comrades. There is no defense of cjng there, but they cjng are mexican government puppets, putito.

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  6. Police found just few bags of cacoine nd weed for their use and reported what was left to the police department

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  7. I don't mind this criminals been living in sinaloa for 3 years visit tamaulipas and guererro and compare to them states sinaloa is heaven

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  8. Thank God they send the especial forces we don't want no more soilders kill most of them gun man have military background

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  9. Love the bodycam footage. They need to show more bodycam footage so we can get a front seat view of all the shenanigans going on down there.

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    1. Sounds like you're ready to donate some equipment

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  10. The Best Stories are starting with beer.guns and i wanna....

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  11. Sorry but you guys don't know shit about what happens in Culiacan.....the amount of shooters and punteros that roam the streets everyday is more than any of us know and I know about many but not all. This is not news I promise you and it certainly is no victory for the gob

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    1. 100% right.

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    2. Bro we fucking know that so leave the corridos alone. A cartel aint made up a few traffickers and gunmab, theres levels to this sh¡+

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    3. Sinaloa se la pela a Tamaulipas, Nuevo Leon y a Zacatecas loco tierra del LoCo Va1dez.

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    4. 12:39 El Loco Valdez and Don Ramon and their carnal Tin-Tan were from Cd Juareeez, they are revered in Televisa, and not long ago it was discovered that colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar Gaviria financed televisa's successful series "El Chao Del Ocho", La Nacha wasn't going to be on top of the juarez cartel forever, or amao carrillo juentes, but the Valdez still are televisa royalty, even La Gabiota used to be the nalga of el Loco Valdez brother in law, el gĂĽero Castro, then his wife, with children to prove it, now she is epn's second hand wife.
      No locos from zacatecas has the big feet to fill those shoes. to match

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    5. @10:46 LMAO foo he ain't talking about the actor he talking about el Jefe del CDG which one of his old nick name is El Loco Valdez.

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    6. 10:12 I know your "loco valdez" is NOT THE COMEDIAN LOCO, he would not have the feet to fill the shoes of El Loco Valdéz or the family with the ranking for about 60 years.
      It is like we had here some guy calling himself "blackjack", no way he would fill the shoes of 5 star US Army General John Pershing, the real BLACKJACK.

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  12. Has anyone seen the one from Brazil in nightvision were they are shooting at a fleeing drug lord from a helicopter

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  13. Asesinan al periodista y escritor Javier Valdéz en Culiacán, Sinaloa, México

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  14. Any latest news about sexy hot Emma Coronel ?

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    1. Word on the streets is que se agaren los puñeteros que ay viene summer

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  15. Conflict between Sinaloa/CJNG extends to poppy production in Guatemala http://www.insightcrime.org/news-analysis/guatemala-communities-fight-opium-crops-allegedly-tied-mexico-cartels

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  16. Sounds just like a tipical day in city of Angels (LosAngeles) California ese. They probably watch to many episodes of LAPD lol, they need to watch more PBS kids.

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    1. Yup sounds like hot south central L A summer

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    2. I didnt see any cortez or ben davis so it couldnt be south central. Plus SC ppl roll in old ass ramflas.

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    3. Its bout to be summer in the big Sauff Central, so this will be an erry day thang. The getho bird better have its gas tank full.

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    4. 6:58 congratlations, you make eboncs understandable, thanks.

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  17. Can u imagine us navy seals chasin a couple idiots in a ford ranger through any us city?? Mexico is hopeless. Lol!

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  18. @9:50am.."nobody should have an automatic weapon"

    U realizeo one, just one of the issues is the civilans cannot protect themselves. In the US plenty of us have Full autos.

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    1. And how often did the your full Auto saved You from government?
      Oh yes...last time during the batman movie in Aurora.

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    2. 10:35 maaan, te salites, that cruel and unusual punishment.
      You stole the cake.đź‘Ť thanks!

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  19. The biggest narco there was waz amado carrrillo fuentes que no paisas

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    1. 4:24 NO, amado had his puppeteer, he got rid of him as soon as it was possible, gave the operation to the Beltranuses until more suitable narcos took it from them, to give it to genarco garcia luna and epn, Toluca Mex. Airport and all...
      Becoming presidente de mexico requires a Lotta money.

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  20. I'm no pro, but I see soo many mistakes.. They went toooo close to clear that truck before even knowing if there was a suspect inside.. They litreally peeked inside first and then opened the door.. They also split and no one was covering eachother rather just running and not covering them selfs as they covered ground. Scary shit

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    1. Your definitely no pro.

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    2. And what are you? Keyboard sicario?

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    3. These are the ROTC members preping for the Damaso Lopez 51th calvary platoon

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  21. Over weed??? Ok

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    1. Must of been some private reserve

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  22. News in chihuahua. The unic state police They capture a drug distributor nickname el viejon and his 4 helpers. In aguililla michoacan they capture 4 with arsenal.

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    1. Mando Unico Police are like the KGB, epn's spies, up to no good.

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  23. this is more stupid, than isis.

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  24. As soon as the video starts you see the shadow of that infamous whale tail. The dead give away it's a Black Hawk. Rotors also have that distinct sound. - Sol Prendido

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  25. seems like a waste of fuel to catch some guys for a couple guns and a little bid of weed.

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