Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Tijuana: "La Perra", infamous El Teo ally released from prison, returns to the city

La Perra infamous Tijuana "El Teo" ally released from prison

Tijuana surpassed 2008, in terms of homicides, last year, but the years of 2008-2009 were the most shocking in their brutality, and killings. The city fell into numb terror and panic as the  Cartel Arellano Felix ruptured, and began savagely attacking each other, like two dogs in a cage, tearing at the other's throats, like a couple who know all the others secrets, and vulnerabilities.  One of the men responsible for this bloodshed, was released this month, silently, in Oaxaca.  Jose Filberto Ramos, of many corridos, and many killings returns to the battle he left almost 10 years ago. 

In early 2008 kidnappings at reached a crisis point, as the group of Teodoro "El Teo" Simental Garcia grew in size power, and audacity.  His men rejected the previous agreements of the mafia, and set up kidnapping rings and stash houses around the city, rumors of 50 gallon drums and cages in grim houses, where some were returned and many were not.

Teo, and other powerful CAF affiliates were not pleased with the choice of Fernando Sanchez Arellano as their boss, after his uncle, Javier Francisco Arellano's arrest in 2006.  There were multiple viable cell leaders who felt they deserved the position, including El Teo.  Gustavo Rivera Martinez, El EP 1, a longtime Arellano Felix trafficker and member, who was close with Endenina Arellano Felix, was one.  Jorge Brisceno, El Cholo, beloved and feared enforcer was another. 

The spot was given to El Inge, the younger junior, who had grown up, not in the mafia, until he was in his mid to late 20's.  He was considered weak, inexperienced, and hadn't made his way the way the others had, brutality, loyalty, and countless killings, high dollar drug trafficking, and years of paying their dues.  Resentments grew on both sides, as the kidnappings grew increasingly brazen, and Inge found his new leadership being questioned in Tijuana, as 2008 began.  

In April, the dogs were let off their leashes.  El Teo had grown powerful enough, with his own crew of enforcers and cell leaders, he wasn't even pretending to respect Inge. Lines were being drawn, people were asked, where their loyalty lie, blood was beginning to pour from the wounds of resentment and mistrust.  Jose Filberto Ramos, La Perra, was an early Teo defector, along with Raydel Lopez Uriarte, "El Muletas" both who would become infamous in Tijuana.  

After the Insurgentes shootouts of April, in which 13 gunmen were killed in a running shootout across the streets, the lines were clear.  Teo or Inge.  Divisions ran across cells, across families, across relationships, and the rules were death, torture, dismemberment for the wrong choice.  Teo fled to Sinaloa, and came back with a new partner of sorts, and a mission to turn Tijuana into a living hell for Inge, and any who would follow.  

La Perra was instrumental in this, and the shift into the massive, relentless retail drug epidemic that has consumed Tijuana, and fueled the frenzied violence.  Rather then trafficking cocaine, meth, and heroin across the border, La Perra, Muletas, formed retail outlets in the cities eastern zones, long their strongholds, which still remain.  La Perra was one of Teo's strong hands that helped contest the city. He was said to be present at the gunfight in 2008, as well as participating in the kidnapping and torture of police officers in 2008, and 2009. 

Teo, La Perra, and Muletas sowed fear and savagery across Tijuana, severed heads, cut out tongues by the dozen, burned bodies, and ones dissolved in acid by "El Pozolero".  They mocked Inge, calling him a mason and a bricklayer, and the two factions tore into each other's soldiers, girlfriends, families, hitting everywhere they could.  

Teo's girlfriend, Karla, El Telcel, was executed.  Close family members of El Inge were murdered.  Everyone called in tips for the PEP and Federal Police to raid stash houses.  The US released the most wanted in Tijuana, which read like a playlist of all the players fighting.  El Dani was first to fall, and by July, the Marina cornered La Perra, and he was consigned to prison.  

The DEA wanted Teo and his men stopped, as they turned Tijuana into a virtual killing field, Inge's lieutenants discussed executing a DEA official to get them to back off, as law enforcement strangled operations in the city, drug shipments couldn't make it across the border.  However, an indictment would have taken too long and the DEA decided to aid Mexico in the capture of Los Teo's, to cease or curb the violence.  As a result, none of Los Teos, including La Perra were ever able to be extradited to the United States. 

La Perra was released from prison in Oaxaca, which ends a long, arduous sentence, in which it is said he has been partially paralyzed from beatings.  He was incarcerated at Altiplano, with other known bosses, including Mario Cardenas, Erik Salazar Valencia (El 85, CJNG), his former boss El Teo, and La Barbie, and Eduardo Arellano Felix.He participated in numerous complaints alleging violations of his health, and safety, conditions he was subjected to. A cell mate said he was impossible to live with because "he was always angry".  

It is said he has returned to Tijuana, returned to the war of another decade, which still rages, with new players and faces, and alliances, but the same warm and cold blood, spilled out into the street.  

Sources: ZETA Tijuana 

42 comments:

  1. Only in México. Well not really, in the US people get out on bail for homicides, parrol for armed robbery.. etcetera. The world is fucked. You keep on consuming drugs piggys..

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  2. It will be very interesting in the coming years to see how the release of all the powerful capos and lieutenants caught during Calderon's presidency will change the cartel landscape. Considering that most captured narcos' possible futures seem to fall into 3 categories; extradition, death in prison, or release within 10-15 years. The release of El Rex, El Pita, and El Rojo completely shifted the balance of power in Tamaulipas and Nuevo León. Wonder what will happen elsewhere as more of these regional and plaza bosses are released in the next 5 years.

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    1. El rex el keling carlos rosales. Big names but did not last long. El rex got cought and the other ones dead by betrayal. Thats what happen. And its too bad because these were old school people who believed in trafficking instead of kidnapping for ransome and extortion or stolen gas sales.

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  3. I send you a translated article via e-mail DD

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  4. I have a feeling they will run with cjng/ctng, just watch. CD is a thing of the past, welcome to the new generation lol

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    1. Yeah CD is a thing of the past, I prefer using spotify

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    2. Theres too much bad blood with the cafeteros u really think they would trust each other i think hes got no other option than with akiles and the frog

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    3. He is good friends with muletas. Muletas recently allied with aquiles to fight Cjng. It's not about who's more popular

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    4. @7:23 CD is the brief period in time between the LP and the streaming of music. Several of them is called CDs which coincidently also is the acronym of a bunch of lowlife drug pushers from a beautiful region of corrupt Mexico.

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  5. He'll either come back as a paralyzed nobody or partially paralyzed with a vengeance? Given Mexicos lame status your either to fall back in line with an old connection or a beggar on the street. I'm sure his family won't want him close by as I'm sure old enemies or open wounds of victims still linger. He'll probably wonder the streets at night and maybe one day he'll gaze at the the bright lights from a new sign that'll nearly blind and daze him not realizing it's the flash of a muzzle putting an end to his past. He'll be forgotten like the rest who throw their life's away for the purpose of becoming the only thing they can become. A criminal.

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    1. Beautiful insight and well put.

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    2. Lt. Col. Julian Leyzaola is on a wheel chair too, fighting to get elected to some high office anywhere in Califas, or tijuas, anything, La Perra can use his cerebro too, before somebody comes and spoonfeeds their brains to the par de putos. Like Hannibal Lecter.

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  6. How many days before he is dead grease on TJ streets?

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  7. He's been rehabilitated.

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    1. 4:50 😂😅😃😆😀!
      Eres Malo cabrón.

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  8. Excelente, J , Gracias

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  9. It wouldnt be wise for an old dog to wander into a territory controled by new dogs.

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    1. Well put 5:55.Isn't that the truth?

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    2. @555pm....el plomo la feria los huevos....He will be ok...he needs to hook up with ctjng...put up a crazy ass balazera for 12 hours!!and get his respect back...no por que traigas un fierro significa Que le sepas!!

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  10. Is there an update on the good doctor? I havent heard anything since he got hospitalized. Shout out to him and his people out there fighting the good fight from out over here in the Ozarks.

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  11. The mexican version of the punisher. Lol

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    1. A este vato los tucanes le dedicaron uno De sus mejores corridos nomas escuchenlo... casi 10 horas De balazera no en pelicula se habian mirado...

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  12. Who gives out these nicknames I demand anwsers

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    1. You're mom....

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    2. Hahaha...your mom makes up these monikers so tell ber to stop!!

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  13. makes sense. you think thats what he did when he switch tonel teos side?

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  14. Lets see how long he stays alive.. lol

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  15. Diez años, mejor se los hubieran metido por el jundillo.
    Eso si sus putizas en el bote y las metidas de riata no se las quita nadie, era La Perra de la.Carcel.
    I know some guys in their 8th year in Puente Grande, for a few cebollitas and a .22 Cal old gun, no sentence yet...

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    1. Son mugrozoz y sin dinero hence, they remain in jail

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    2. 3:49 Pinchi genny, caliente, caliente,
      oh well, maybe a prisoner exchange, I seen some from monterrey to wisconsin, free in 6 months, maphaka talk for shò.

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  16. Right on, maybe he can clean up Tijuas again!!

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  17. Jalando palancas el padrino...

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    1. Es que andaba aprendiendo a manejar estandar,
      "Ay, Perdon, me equiboque de palanca" dijo el Sol.

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  18. la perra parida

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  19. La perra es gente de el teo el teo estaba alinaido con Sinaloa y siguen siendo Sinaloa

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    1. Sinaloa no controla NADA ni en su proprio estado compa..

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  20. He walks with a slight limp from a stabbing he will be back with someone but probably not for long

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  21. For those questioning why he is called La Perra, it´s because of his last name PARRA, and because he is gay, or at least bisexual, that´s why they called him La Perra , the bitch. A dangerous MOFO for sure.

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  22. A lot poets here
    Waxing philosophical
    On situations they can only imagine
    For the reality
    Has no beauty
    No even in prose.

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  23. as a gangster myself let me tell u nobody commenters something about our life if its still inside u to kill n install fear he will lead the rest of the killers period point blank weakness n why the others fall

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