Thursday, June 1, 2017

Bloody Veracruz, 831 executions this year

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

Subject Matter: Homicides in Veracruz
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required

In May sources gave account of 143 persons who were victims or violent homicide, events apparently related to organized crime. Cordoba, Poza Rica, Coatzacoalcos and Veracruz are the cities with the highest rate of incidents.


State and Federal authorities are coordinating forces to redouble the security in the zones of the State with the most criminal incidents, organized criminals have Veracruz in a bloodbath, and every day there are more executions, in May there were no less than 143 in total.

For the Priista Senator Hector Yunes Landa, he has not spared the Federal support for security, and more soldiers and more marines, Federal Preventative Police and National Gendarmerie, but despite all these reinforcements, they have not been able to rescue the State from the clutches of organized crime.

"Insecurity today, as never before, hurts all Veracruzans. Families feel vulnerable to it and impunity; Today, in our State, crimes are committed virtually at any time, and anywhere", said the legislator.




He pointed out that so far this year, more than a hundred violent homicides per month have been committed, which is equivalent to 4 per day and every six hours a Vercruz victim is killed.

It is the war between groups of criminals that is intensifying every day, the journalistic records record 143 executions in the month of May but the figure is probably much higher.

The number from December to May is 831, with Cordoba having the highest number with 47 victims, followed by Poza Rica with 44, Veracruz with 40, Papantla with 35, Coatzacoalcos with 30 and the bottom of the table are Panuco with 25 and Xalapa with 22.

Moreover, the National Citizens Observatory considers Veracruz to date the highest for kidnapping, with an increase of 18.5 to 26 victims as a monthly average.

Yesterday, Wednesday May 31st, there were two kidnappings in the heart of Coatzacoalcos, however the worst area is the Poza Rica-Tuxpan, where even businessmen and their families have begun to carry weapons to protect themselves from delinquency.

The figures from the same National Citizen Observatory show that the kidnapping growth in the State is 40% higher than in the last 12 months.

Thus, with the recent arrival of 200 elements of the Federal Police in the city of Poza Rica, where oil workers, traders, industrialists and citizens in general fear from their lives and that of their families, crime is expected to ease in the short term, however the forecasts are not very optimistic.

Original article in Spanish at Noreste

48 comments:

  1. It got bloody when cjng started to take the veracruz plaza, Cjng is really deep in there now and is in dispute with zetas and zetas clicked up with golfos. Golfos and zetas are too sloppy and the government is killing them off and capturing them too much. Cjng will take full control of that plaza and that's when murder rates will decrease.

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    1. Not that easy. And cdg is actually well structured. Their problem is that theyre divided in factions.

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    2. But the murder rate is going up so what does that tell you? Both Zetas and CJNG are losing bodies. If both sides are taking casualties I don't think there will be an end to the high murder rate for awhile.

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    3. 3:18 there are like 4 or 5 factions of cdg and are alwAys killing each other for the big dog status. How is that a good structure?

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    4. CDG are fractured like pinole, (sweet corn flour), divided defeated, made into mince meat, nice 'stretchure'.

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  2. The beginnings of a crumbling society.
    Citizens fearful of being kidnapped or killed by criminals who have demonstrated their control over government. Such a mockery to Mexican authorities for having allowed such transgressions. Moreover a product of its corrupt practices. A system who only knows how to work with criminals .
    What's impressive is the deployment of soldiers to areas of economic interests (Workers and businesses ). Where economic factors are essential for Mexicos economy.
    I believe martial law needs to be implemented in certain states. Maybe then can citizens feel a bit more secure.
    I know many will object to this conception. But order and law needs to be implemented.

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    1. Agree.😢 100% real spit

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    2. So sad you think that way about the US .
      Actually I wish American assistance from taxpayers dollars would stop feeding such corruption in Mexico. With all due respect Mexico needs to handle their own political system and economic woes.
      If what you is true , being that Mexico has no BALLS to govern its own country. Then why ask for assistance and legalization? Everyone makes his or own bed. Unfortunately Mexican government made there's. As the saying goes: if you don't like it push on .
      Stupid comment portraying the US as the true bad guys. Best look at you government officials.

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    3. 1:35 if you take off the blinders, then you could see in spite of the blinding fog of propaganda that the US government is guilty as charged, too many crimes of state against too many free countries, because war for profit makes good money to its managers.

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    4. The mexican private security firms whose growth and progress feed on mexico's insecurity and high crime index, they are HAPPY with the promises of these dangerous times,
      MA y of them used to be military or specialized oolice, with studies in anti-kidnapping and "hostage negotiations" while doing the crimes they were supposed to be fighting during work hours and in their free time, for or with help of real criminals that work for them or with them as partners, you can google the mexican private security firms, genarco garcia luna is a partner in a few, with tentacles all over mexico, and genarco also started a few in florida, with help of his protorrican CIA TORTURER FRIEND AND SOME PARTNERS YOU WOULD NOT BELIEVE, some of them israelis.
      REPORTE INDIGO has a lot of dirt on garcia luna and co.
      You can google mexican private security firms, they proudly advertise their services and their events, they can't explain cre in mexico, or its causes, but they have a lot of fight to sell to you, for the right plata, or you are free to chose the plomo...my friends.

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    5. @1:35 who else allows the drugs to enter this country but the US government. Lol.

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  3. welcome back, otis! :)

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  4. EL PRI orphans left behind by so called governor javier duarte de ochoa, alias "la marrana sin cola" need to keep their monthly pay coming, and the people of miguel angel yunes linares don't seem to agree with that idea.
    I doubt priista senator Héctor yunes Landa is not going to allow peace to dim the hopes of el PRI of winning the state of veracruz in 2018 for their PRISIDENTIAL candidate.
    "Coincidentally", the more aguacates and goosestepping gansitos marinelas and polesias nazionales flood any state, the more crimes there are all over the state, maybe too much double dealing as hawks on their free time? They do it in tamaulipas.

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  5. Elections June 4 in Veracruz, in Coatzacoalcos, armed men robbed the vehicle carrying election ballots.

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    1. 8:31 POS A GÜEBO! si no como va a ganar el PRI.
      Ya p'orita todas las ballots estan llenas y votadas.

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  6. But not as deadly as Juarez was
    Pretty much there isn't no place that was as deadly as Juarez's worst moments

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    1. What became of the that famous saying, Como el aire le iso a Juarez???

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    2. Thanks for chapos failed attempt to control that plaza

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    3. Como dijo Don Benito Juarez: "A mi, el aire me la pela"
      Now people say "me hacen lo que el viento a Juarez"
      I doubt "El Benemerito De Las Americas" was a big mouth, but the sanabagan beat the frenchified mexicans and the second empire with france's Legionnaires and Maximiliano as their invincible standards...
      Of course, the US was on the side of Don Benito who failed to understand "the US help" had conditions and refused to mortgage the country".
      The US had to wait until Madero, villa, zapata, Pascual Orozco and others won the newly minted mexican revolution for them to come back and steal it from their victorious hands and deliver it to the founders of the modern narco-priism, sonorans.

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    4. But now that Chapo is gone Juarez is one the safest big cities in Mexico and El Paso is the 2nd safest big city in the US. It's amazing what happens when you throw out the trash 9:39.

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    5. @7:43PM You'll have to give me a source for the claim that Juarez is one of the safest cities in Mexico and El Paso being the 2nd safest city in US has nothing to do with Chapo being gone. It has been for many years, including when Chapo was a free man and running things in his cartel.

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    6. DD I don't have to use a source when 4.7 million live in Juarez but yet have a lower murder rate than a city with a 1/4 of the population aka Acapulco. Juarez has always been a violent place but nothing compared to the shit cities of 2017. If you want a source then my source are the people on the ground who are living the life.

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  7. CJNG's third or fourth try at invading Veracruz well under way...Poza Rica, Coatzacoalcos, and Córdoba have been the centers of Zeta control in the state since '05 or '06. Try as they might, I think CJNG will fail again in trying to take Veracruz from the Z. Too many state government officials are left over from the reign of the Zetas; Duarte was only the top of the iceberg in that respect. The holdover of Zeta-controlled state government forces (municipal and state cops, municipal presidents, state officials) will once again make the difference.

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    1. Cjng is already deep in veracruz buddy, not a fan but cjng has control of parts of veracruz, Not completely but they are there mainly for the gasoline and drug distribution. Cjng made many zetas switch and snitch on each other including cops that now work with Mencho now. Zetas and golfos are all running around with no strong leaders and are fighting Each other to much to worry about cjng even though they should have but too late, cjng is already in their back yard

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    2. 2:15 CJNG have been in the fight for Veracruz for a long time and they still haven't been able to make up ground on the Zetas. The issues at hand are two tweaking cartels fighting each other at all cost. Go back to good ol' days of the powder cocaine and the short fire fights. Maybe CJNG may have a chance.

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    3. Fidel Herrera Beltran also known as "El zeta #1", had his favourite secretario de gobierno, former federal congressman javier duarte de ochoa helping him rob the state of veracruz for about 12 years, while duarte also worked with the nacho coronel and all the cuinis and cjng making his own coin to become the next governor, a position criminals all over mexico spend years buying, even the presidency of the Republic is earned the hard way, salinas de gortari had to be very very nice to earn his appointment from miguel de la madrid, not just a competent propagandist expert in hiding the reality of the mexican bankrupt economy thanks to the government, but in the romance areas, then he could go and steal the presidency and sell government owned enterprises like junk to his buddies. I mean, it did not start with los setas or los cuinis or cjng, it has been going in for a long time, with politicians running it for their own profit.

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  8. El charming a known zeta got killed in mazatlan. Another zeta cell leader known as el centauro got killed last week. This veracruz war is most likely cdg zetas old school vs cjng.

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    1. The fact that El Charmin was killed at a hotel in Mazatlan is very interesting; could be more evidence of a continuing alliance between Zetas and BL (in this case La Mochemera). It looks like Charmin was in hiding, judging by the hits that Vieja Escuela has taken in the past couple months (especially his cell in Cd Victoria, with the arrest of multiple commandantes and the execution of his brother).

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    2. Are you sure El Charmin got killed?Mazatlan?His hermano was also killed by CDN Charmin the one who killed the ex cop from Nuevo Laredo who was CDN,and made videos against CDN he was Bravo grupo with Z old school

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    3. I read it on valor por tamaulipas

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    4. The attorney general of the southern jurisdiction of Sinaloa confirmed that Oscar Arellano Martinez was killed in Mazatlan. El Charmin was apparently carrying his real ID on him which led to the quick announcement. Menytimes is running the story.
      Charmin feeling secure in hiding out in southern Sinaloa (right near the border with Nayarit) shows that the Beltran-Zeta presence in Nayarit/southern Sinaloa remains.

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    5. I read that Oscar Arellano Martinez was arrested in 2013, and again in 2016. Guess his 'got out of jail card' was permanently canceled.

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    6. Thanks for the answers people,Charmin got what he deserved,he been a wrong one all his life

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  9. SlaughterCruz fits better!!

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  10. There is no more zeta. Just a bunch of addicts with guns extorting, robbing, and killing with no organization or business acumen.

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    1. Come on over to North Side of Coah.. And say that nonsense

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  11. That fat bastard Duarte raped and pillaged like some feudal overlord from Renaissance Italy and then bailed out with millions the rotten piece of sewerage.How can these people claim to love Mexico or their "motherland"

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    1. @5:13PM You don't think it is natural to love your motherland even when conditions are bad there? "These people" are like people all over the world, they are patriotic. When Stalin was killing millions "those people", meaning Russians still loved their country. North Koreans still love their homeland even though they don't have enough to eat and have idiot for a leader. I could go on and on but it is simply called patriotism.

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    2. @5:13 the US government has done plenty of really nasty shit borh to its own and other citizens, but you still love it, right? Its natural to love the place you are fron and it hurts having to leave it.

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    3. dd I think @5:13PM meant the types like Duarte.

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    4. ...and it is North Korea's young Big Baby Ruler against
      US Big Baby on his Second Tantrump Throwing Babyhood...
      The Saudis give his daughter 100 million dollars,
      We can only guess how much the chinese and the russians are giving, because the presidential salary is so inadequate it is apparently being passed on to charity...gimme gimme gimme politics is no baby game for sure, North Koreans may be dying of hunger since the end of WWII, but american soldiers keep dying in wars for profit, like in Yemen, Afghanistan, iraq, syria, while Erik Prince keeps looking for another war for profit for his private armies...we can be there all day, after 15 years of NO WIN thanks to the party of NO.

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  12. Its crazy how in every spot of veracruz there is some violence, how can so many bad people exist in mexico,
    Ive known people from veracruz they said it was always a bad place with bad people or "transas" as they called the bad people and when the zetas came in it got worse, those bad people joined them and got even worse. Theres good people in veracruz but they have more bad people there, one of my friends went back and never came back

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    1. Dude its a war out there and its called the War On Drugs (WoD). People get killed in wars so it is natural. In the WoD, like all wars, the innocent civilians are those suffering the worse, but in genaral in a war everybody loses except a few businessmen making millions!

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    2. That how destablization works, the devil's disciples prefer to steal your resources and your land one rape or one murder at a time, it may be less controversial than conventional intervention and warfare...

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    3. The war on drugs has cost more than 1 trillion dollars, hundreds of thousands of dead and killed and OD'd and hundreds of years in prison time, and the governme t has nothing to show for it, but some peepol high in government sure made off with billions of dollars...

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  13. @1:19 A war is nothing Natural

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  14. 7 years later and mencho man still cant take the plaza.

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  15. 11:04 if La Mencha were a real Jaliska the job would be done by now.

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