Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Fierce Battle in Guamuchil Leaves Six Dead

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from El Debate and Riodoce articles

Subject Matter: Sicario Gun Battle
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required


The confrontations between delinquent groups from Guamuchil and Mocorito, occurred this week, they started during the Fiestas de San Benito.

The festivities that were carried out in Mocorito, turned into a battle between antagonistic groups, with the usual gunfire that left an unofficial death toll of 12 persons.

The events started on Sunday night, when two organizations that hold power in local towns came out to confront each other and by Monday morning there were six dead, three of them innocent victims and 12 more injured.



The authorities only know of nine injured, the rest have been hidden and received medical attention in a clandestine manner.

After this a group of delinquents escaped in the direction of Guamuchil, where they had a confrontation with elements from the base of mixed urban operations.



In the places where the shootouts occurred the authorities confiscated eight automobiles from the delinquents.

That said, this marked the start of day of violent events that has prolonged during that week, generating panic in the Evora region.

On the morning of Friday the 2nd, more confrontations followed in different points of the city of Guamuchil, starting at the Rosales Boulevard across from the Pedro Infante Square, and extended to diverse Colonias and concluded in Calle Jesus Rodriguez and Ferrocarril, where four armored pickups were abandoned. Officially the confrontations lasted for an hour.

On board one of the vehicles were six dead people, ( see article main photo), clothed in camouflage jackets, their identification is still outstanding, though unofficially it was mentioned that the fallen are from a group that operated in Guamuchil.

Once soldiers had cordoned off the area, evidence was collected from six weapons, all were AK47 assault rifles, four 9mm pistols, and a .45 calibre pistol, a .50 calibre Barrett sniper rifle, and more than 20 x 40mm grenades and more than 500 rounds of different calibres.

The diverse confrontations registered in Evora during the week , provoked panic among citizens, who implemented a curfew.

Original article in Spanish at Riodoce

74 comments:

  1. About two weeks ago several big signs were hung throughout Guamuchil accusing the military of corruption and theft.

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    1. 5:53 I guess this is the response of the military, after careful thorough investigations, doubling their effectiveness with collateral damages.

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    2. This internal fight between the cholos people and el sapo mayos people.. El sapos sons was stopped by cholos people and he did not obey and they had to shoot him. And he got injured.some say he was dead.. So a cell of ivn and a cell from mayo. Is the confrontwtion. JAGL

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    3. JAGL is it the presidents cell?

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  2. One thing we know after the last 10 years of cartels, it the new norm for our country.

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    1. A narco state . Lawless and corrupt to the bone. Tranquility in Mexico is a thing of the past. Such a shame.

      E42

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    2. 10:11 report says groups of criminals, or cartels fighting each other, not all of Guamuchil, Evora, Mocorito and plaza Pedro Infante inhabitants were fighting against the rest of Sinaloa, pendejo.
      I also believe the Mixed Urban Force just went and murdered themselves some empecherados and a few collateral casualties for a good measure, for accusing them of a conduct that absolutely becomes them, ronbbing, stealing, raping and extorting, just starting out with the new governor, they are not "police or regular military, these are called FUERZA DELICTIVA ESTATAL on others states, imposing La ley del Monte Narco-Priista.
      Maybe interview the people around the shooting and not the "forces of state government"

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    3. There has been shootout almost everyday in Reynosa for the past 2 weeks and no one says or does shit about it. The people from Reynosa now use Facebook to warn themselves about the dangers in whatever area it maybe

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    4. @4:12PM The people of Reynosa have been using FB and other social media to warn others when and where there is danger for a very long time.

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    5. New norm? Where the fuck have u been since the 90s

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    6. Its sad because as a foreigner I would love to travel freely around mexico and fully take in the culture. But theres a small chance I could get kidnapped and cut up into peices and thats a risk I am not willing to take.

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  3. Word is, this is a internal power struggle between el cholo ivans people where the tension finally exploded after el cholo's brother was attacked a week or so ago. The blame is being directed at a regional boss in the area named juan pablo el 100 as ordering the hit. Juan pablo has a long history with el chapo isidro and even rumored to have been a part of the hit squads isidro use to send back in the day into guamuchil. Juan pablo was said to have supported el guero mcgyver a violent mofo loyal to isidro when they attacked and killed those 7 police in guamuchil and the old plaza boss for cds. El guero mcgyver ended up getting swiss cheesed up in a ambush with several of his people giving the first indications of el 100's betrayal. Juan pablo had since switched to cds when isidro went into hiding giving out locations of blo operators in los mochis, el fuerte, sinaloa de leyva and ahome to cds which in turn began making incursions into blo territory with the help of the army, only managing to get a foothold of certain areas due to strong blo resistance.with dos letras dead,and h2 fleeing to nayarit thus is why when el chapo was caught the 2nd time in la mochila, he was able to roam freely throughout the city after pushing most of beltranes people out with the help of juan pablo. When ivan was captured with chapo in northern sinaloa, juan pablo and his cells in the sierras were then questioned by ivans brother but ultimately still flew under the cds banner. It seems el 100's former links with blo have come back to bite him leaving him to fend for himself which could possibly mean the the uptick in violence in guamuchil. Since el cholo ivan is no longer around who el 100 was loyal to since 2012-13 he might end up like his old buddy el guero

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    1. Juan Pablo Lizarraga el 100 died years ago in a shootout with the army. There's clear pictures of him on google dead. He died loyal to los Beltranes. dont come with your bs hallucinations here boy.

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    2. Wow Juan Pablo Osuna Died a few years ago. This is obviously wrong info. Copy paste from a fake site.

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    3. El señor 100 didnt die in 2012, he had a couple levels of gov under his payroll in northern sinaloa, pulled a chayo, clicked with ivanes . Dont be surprised if he really ends up killed like el sonrics

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    4. BlogDelNarco is that you?

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    5. El 100 got shot off the 50 cal. In the state police ambush, coordinated by chapo isidro.
      Lucky shot by the cops domed his ass.

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    6. Juan Pablo died a while back. He stayed loyal to the Beltranes. He was also part of the ambush in Guamuchil were they killed a bunch of Antrax sicarios.

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    7. The thing about cells within CDS is that even though the leader of the cell might have died a while back his followers keep calling themselves his people. In the Juarez valley about five years ago some CDS capo was killed by the marines and up to about last year his followers still placed banners under this dudes name. So it can very well be Cholo Ivan or Juan Pablos name out there thrown by their followers that leads people to keep mentioning these fools!

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  4. Salu2 al rancho Las Tahonas,Mocorito desde Los Angeles.

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  5. El fantasma,sweet,thanks man,yeah El Guero and that cell were straight up rambos,they didnt front,they went looking for police,the other side,anyone,fuckin action men,you knew these dudes were gonna get slumped sooner or later,Isidro had some good men,Chuy Gonzalez,Lizarragas,is Gureo Saba dead?But they had there own rivalries.
    You wouldnt want none of them dudes on your ass,but they mostly all dead now

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    1. After Chapo Isidro got shot and legged it for San Pedro Garza, he left his lieutenants in charge. Guys like El Cien, Chuy Gonzalez, El Tortillero Lizarraga Ontiveros, and Guero Saba. Only 2 of those may still remain; there have been multiple occasions Chuy Gonzales has falsely been reported dead, while Guero Saba was only a gatillero in Mazatlan. So I would say the Cartel de Guasave is essentially gone; the surviving members mostly went back to the Beltran Leyvas.

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  6. Way too much info. Dont go to Sinaloa Bro

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  7. Those sinaloa people are savage asf they don't care to die on the line that some real man right there. Wish they would change they mind and become something in life but poverty is hard in those areas

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    1. 12:18-Your comment is dangerous, not true and unfair to 99% of Sinaloenses. When I watching Dallas, LA, Chicago news it appears too as if there's no law or police (71 shootings in Chicago in one weekend last month and 178 drive by shootings since 2017 in Dallas). However these acts and the criminales do not define or represent most the people of the city or the USA.

      If you drove through Sinaloa and use common sense as you use in USA you are very unlikely to ever have problem. And if you did have problem not related to narco problem; MOST Sinaloans will give shirt from the back to help you as when I had wreck high in la sierra with autobús and the inconvenienced passengers from Torreon were kind and helpful even though it was my error and am driving new Suburban. A passenger from Torreon drove me back to Mazatlan following autobús and he and his new wife waited at hospital for maybe 8 hours while on their 3 day honeymoon. Last summer a pescador on Comedero helped my sons and me during violent storm when the panga motor had problems. They brought us to their home, fed us and INSISTED my sons sleep in their bed while I waited for family to come from Cosala.

      Are these acts savage? Please keep prospective that generalization and labeling people is dangerous, inaccurate and unfair. Most people in Sinaloa and Mexico are good people who value humanity more than consumerism and money.

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    2. 12:18 a great majority of the CDS sicarios aren't even from Sinaloa. They represent CDS, yes but they aren't from the state. The over dressed Capos and Lieutenants flashing money and girls on social media sights are the ones from Sinaloa. When you put rifles in the hands of a bunch pretty boy wannabes you get Los Antrax. And if you know anything about Los Antrax you will know they didn't last long against the better trained enforcer groups. The thing you'll find out about the CDS they don't put in their own work. They rather pay someone else to do it for them. Do you think the Chapitos ever banged it out in a fire fight with their enemy? Hell no. If they did they would be more respected in the game than they are. That's why the CDS will never win the narco war. If you want to talk about savage then you should be talking about Tamaulipas, Michoacán and Guerrero. Zacatecas and Jalisco aren't a joke either.

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    3. I agree.Doing read trips all over Mexico I was impressed by the hospitality even complete strangers inviting me to their homes to stay.It's easy to get that scewed being a narco site we are reading the negative side of a society day after day after day so we do need to be reminded that 98% of Mexicans are great people.I found the Mexicans are different ni Mexico generally than the US.Much more hospitable in Mexico for those that don't know and would give the shirt off their back even though they don't have anything and have every right to hoard the little they do have.They don't seem to have a chip on their shoulder and welcome foreign expats to their country.

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    4. Sinaloa people are soft compared to Mencho. Greetings from Japan

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    5. all the deaths in sinaloa just shows they arent soft the proof is there

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    6. 7:23 is right on the 🎯

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    7. 7:23 you're not the sharpest tool in the shed are you boy? It's true they are pretty boys who parade their guns but how you think the ántrax made it big time they had to put in work you gotta earn it it isn't given to you chino ántrax maybe a rat bastard but he earn his stripes he killed one of Arellano brothers not a single cartel boss in the history of narco trafficking has been able to do that. You think Vincent Zambada was a bitch? The man loved to get in shoot outs when he was young the boy maybe a rat but he earned his stripes. And don't even get me started on the Beltranes and their people, buche and chalito died guns blazing with Arturo. Macho prieto caused a lot of havoc as well. La mochomera los mazatlecos etc. you act like all chinolas weak but it's far from that you think gunmen from another states are going to tell the sinaloans what to do? My brother you are wrong the chinolas been about it, they have their punks just like any other states but for you to say they all weak just shows me you're a bitter hater. All those other state you mentioned have fought long and hard for their stripes yes but the Sinaloans biggest issue is giving other gunmen from different states power and money when in the end they all bite the hand that feeds them and their have been plenty of examples the sinaloans gave mencho power when his own people wanted his head same with Manuel el animal. Who gave the pienada brothers power and they ended up robbing and extorting people Arturo B. Sinaloa been feeding these cats with the expectation of the golfos but they all turn out to be jealous envious snakes I'm only going with what I see.

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  8. El hijo del Dos letras is the one in charge right now he is fighting the people of El cholo vago who has apoyo desde cualiacan los refuerzos are coming from there i El chapito isidro esta respaldando Al Dos letras Jr

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    1. Chapo Isidro never could take on cholo Ivan even with all the military/police help chapo Isidro got. Cholo Ivan was the first line of defense from attacks from BL/Guasave going into Culiacan. Although cholo is locked up he still has a lot of power in guamuchil

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    2. It's the other way around, dude

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  9. Gallos de sinaloa

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  10. Hey this weekend around 12 youngsters of the CDN (Z) were killed by the SEMAR and 3 Marines wounded, haven't seen any reports on that though.

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    1. Give us a link bro,point us the way

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  11. Federal Police captured the man they claim ordered the attack on Chichos bar yesterday. Manuel "el Menny" Escárcega Murillo is a "lieutenant" in the Cartel del Tigre, which seems to be a Chihuahua-based CDS cell (essentially a Gente Nueva splinter group) initially led by Pedro "El Tigre" Sánchez Arras (arrested following an ambush of an Army convoy in 2008).

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    1. Dude This new group is not a cds cell they are enemies of cds and they just split from La Linea
      They just call themselves gente Nueva del tigre... And this tigre guy is el cabo same guy just two different nicknames
      the guys who came up with this name were cabo's brothers El muletas and el 11

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    2. El Muletas del Topo-Chico?
      Man, han de andar bien encabronados

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  12. Sinaloa has NEVER been this out off control, cds is a mess

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    1. You're not sinaloense I can tell

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    2. @7:20 He never said that dumbass

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    3. 2:22 La Chapa never had this kind of desmadre.
      Is it a coincidence or a thousand that epn persecuted and extradited La Chapa to steal the whole CDS, and now he "can't control" the consequences as on other states?
      It is always the same chingaderas, from the biggest state of Chiguauguaus to microscopic Tlaxcala, Colima, or Morelos.
      Si no puede el gobierno, que se saquen a la verga pues, la gente ya esta harta de pedirles "que renuncien" a los señores "dignatarios" del narco. I mean del pri, o del pan, que tampon valen pa pura shet.

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    4. sinaloa has always been a mess since revolutionary times

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    5. 7:43 usté callese cabron,
      estamos hablando de orita, no de los tiempos de su agüelita,
      Que de seguro andaba de piruja en tiempos de la revolución.

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    6. @10:35 dude chill out with your douchy insults....your comment did nothing to add or promote any kind of info...and yeah Sinaloa has always been a crazy place but it's getting worse lately and it is because of the arrests and the most noteble being the arrest of Señor Guzman

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  13. Next year in mexico theirs going to be president election. Lopez obrador has the most votes. His collegues are getting killed. In guerrero the police shot one of his guy. Their saying it was an accident. Some say he was executed

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    1. 2:47 epn has more colombian hackers, and vote counting and vote changing machines hacked, (he just used one to give PAN Josefina Vazquez Mota votes to his cousin Alfredo del Mazo Maza, "la Amasada"), Mauricio Vengoechea, the colombian pimp that used josefina's daughter to get "in"...
      Josefina gets to be a federal senator, gets to pick federal congressmen, state congressmen and a few other perks for helping epn "win" his state for el PRI.

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    2. Good thing his terms is almost over. Some of you know that mexico only serves for 6 year terms. But it doesnt make a different. Yeah I heard about that. Why would Colombians wants to hack the votes in mexico? I also dont understandl why Russia wanted to hack the U.S votes. I know trump supporters will say fake fake fake news. Noticias falsas

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    3. By the way. Epn didnt have the highest votes. Its just been hack.

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  14. Them pics look like Vietnam war.

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    1. I know lots of brave men who died for their country and their fellow Americans liberty in Vietnam. Never compare narco scum to true soldiers

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  15. El Senor Ivan cleaning Sinaloa from Damasos and BLO ...

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  16. Cds continues to get slaughtered, soon they won't have any plazas, chapo isidro is too much for the guzmanez.

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    1. no shit. you're a funny guy.

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    2. BLO surprised many by not dying out even after taken big hits but as tough as they are, they are still the minority in Sinaloa

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    3. As partners of "el Señor de los Cielos" the Beltranuses made their bones in Cd Juareeez, Monterrey, guerrero, Morelos, el DF, Televisa, Chiguauguau...must have done something to anger the culombian patrons of Don EPN that got them beltranuses cogidos, maybe kidnapping and murdering Don Castor Ochoa and robbing his 20 tons of cocaine he had warehoused in Cd Juareeez after getting him incarcerated in El Paso for using fake ID papers after bringing 6 ton cocaine into the US.
      EPN has become real tight with colombian operators, La Chapa was not that "cosmopolitan".

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  17. Ya cuando se ven las rodilleras eso te dice mucho de esos tipos. Desafortunadamente de nada les sirvió todo el equipaje. Aun así se ve que iban bien armados. - Sol Prendido

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    1. Anybody can wear "the best equipment" if the mexican armed forces supplies it, it is like getting a pig fat to take to market after an easy kill,arksmen don't even have to shit up the pecheras or the rodilleras, just aim to the head or below the belt. Something the aguacates forgot in TLATLAYA set up and massacre or in Apatzingan...

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  18. Ivan said it's was survival of the fittest so fight it out and the last ma standing will be the one to run the plaza for the Guzman they are just choosing their next cholo ivan

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  19. The top foto looks like an award winning foto from WWII. Did you notice that?

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  20. Alfredo parra, making a move for the beltranes,loyalty and respect something that the Guzman's and zambada's can't brag about.

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    1. Respect.... like when they ran up in Chapo's mom's house.

      Pointing guns at an old, unarmed senior citizen. Soooo much respect.

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    2. @ 539 is she still alive? That's respect

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  21. Internal fight ..cds... Reason was el cholos people saw some trucks and they stopped himbut the person did not obey. And they shoot him. I was told he was injured.. So hes father el sapo its going against cholos people el sapo is mayos people.. So in fact the guy fault for not stopping.. By the way chapo isidro is with el mayo now. They have a allience.. And so are the H's
    JAGL

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    1. You hand guns to imbecils and you get shit like this. It's everybodies fault for allowing them to obtain guns and them letting them act like vigilantes or police.

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    2. Its Mexico not US. Any caliber over a 38 super handgun is illegal. ARs and AKs are illigal. So who exactly is handing out weapons in Mexico???

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    3. 5:17 no mi guey, the mexican army and police give the dead weapons and pecheras to have an excuse to shoot to kill, and have no Court Martial exposure.
      Other times they just give weapons to the dead, or drugs to people like el Dotor Mireles...

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    4. @12:09 like I, said "mi guey" everybody is at fault!

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    5. @11:05AM No one is handing out weapons in Mexico. The cartels buy some from gun dealers in US through straw men, but they buy many from the arms markets that operate openly throughout the world but especially in South America.

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    6. The Ayatollah Ruholla Khomeini wasn't buying weapons from the US, his american weapons property of the US were delivered to them "by the Israelis", the money earned never was accounted for, also the US ATF does not want to get caught with their pants down ever again, they offshore operations, ok.

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    7. As there is capos smuggling drugs north there's also capos smuggling guns south to mx who have contacts and connections to get any cal they want through straw buyers and they are filthy rich operating in impunity from the MX side. bribing officials to operate freely but distant enough from US justice to ever be caught. These are the bad hombres that need to be put behind bars to really damage the gun trafficking operations. It's a complicated subject but something needs to happen, the flow of guns to the south now it's unbelievable.

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  22. Who really knows what is going on. Speculation speculation

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