Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Chihuahua 30 dead in battle between La Linea and Sinaloa

Chivis for Borderland Beat
Site of  Sinaloa attack on military

A confrontation initiating at around 5 a.m. today  lasted over several hours, leaving in the balance causalities of 26 dead and 3 injured.

This information was provided by  the Chihuahua attorney general. (It has now been reported to be 30 officially dead).

The battle was in Las Varas, of Madera municipality, between La Linea and La Gente Nueva  (Sinaloa).  Several arrests were made.

A confrontation between the military  then ensued between the military who arrived on the scene, and gunmen assuming to be from Sinaloa Cartel.  The Sinaloa commando were attempting to rescue the injured and arrested members of the cartel. That confrontation occurred in the community of the Mesa del Huracán, municipality of Madera.

In just the past week in the same village, 2 policemen were killed and a clandestine grave was discovered containing eight bodies.


The ongoing dispute between the two cartels is over territory.


The attorney General’s office spokesman reports that today’s clash spilled over into El Largo Maderal, and Mesa del Huracan.

About the conflicting number of dead.  

First official number was 26 with 3 injured, this was prior to counting the casualties of the second clash with the military.  Then the number was downgraded by Carrasco (see next paragraph), with a rather inartful explanation:

In an interview with EPN puppet Joaquin Lope Doriga, Jesus Carrasco the attorney general of the west region said “We know there exist various numbers  reported of those killed in the confrontation.  At the point when police arrived there were 14, or maybe 17, and could have “reached more”.  Also others in the connecting communities.

He also mentions that there is a practice of “taking bodies” by cartels and family members, which could have occurred prior to authorities arriving.

He added he was not certain who the criminal groups were but maybe those know as “La Linea” and “Cartel de Sinaloa”


Translation:  Probably 30 is a good guess.

From last week...two policemen killed


151 comments:

  1. Ivan and guano are idiots if in their prime they had no chance much less now they are only sending people to die

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    1. Gente nueva were already in Chihuahua idiot

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    2. 2:22 The soldiers (aguacates) that arrived to win the fight for their favourite cartel (!) On the scene of the crime Don't know who died, how many died, what cartel were they with.
      But you know from the depths of your mommy's basement...
      Please bitch.

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    3. GN will never get in Madera its always been 100% Linea I went down there in February man is it scary uhhh

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  2. New reports say that the two cartels went at it and then thw military showed up. After the military arrived CDS tried to rescue some injured jokers of theirs of which the military repelled the attack and could have left more dead. Top police forces have not mentioned complete details yet.

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    1. La linea won this battle

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    2. ...said the man who wasn't there.

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    3. .....Said the man that read the article.

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    4. Said the pinchis chismosas.
      Mejor hagamen un Belly Dance said #the Real Said.

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  3. Madera,Chihuahua = Land of the wolves
    This is what happens when the sheeps end up at a dead end

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  4. Wow...i would LOVE to see a Full Video of these Battles..Mexican Cartels are certainly the Most Ruthless...this is History...and when will it End...?? #Observer1

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    1. 2:56 History , Future ? Who knows . I believe if the drug industry were all that good for them they wouldn't be killing each other all the time . I do think it is good they are killing each other off . Maybe this is the "death throws" of the narco industry . One thing is for sure the routes are going to get narrower and the competition is going to heat up . I hope the majority kill each other out and the government kill the rest .
      "times they are a changing"

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    2. "I hope the majority kill each other out??" wow. they[cartels] have an endless supply of drug addicts which means they have an endless supply of money and in Mexico the poverty is off the charts kids are training to shoot an ak right now as we speak for 300 dolars a month just so they can eat this is a never ending cycle . The corrupt goverments of both Mexico and the U.S. are both to blame .

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    3. 9:57 at the core is the USD300/mo which poor clueless kids take as you correctly mentioned. Unless there is a change in drug policy (ie legalization) this cycle of violence will continue until all poor clueless kids have slauthered each other.

      Thinking of it: with all poor clueless kids dead the rulung elite in Mexico will have one big problem less to worry about

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    4. These pendejos are killing each other over the nickels and dimes the real beneficiaries of the drug trafficking let the middle men in mexico keep, some want in, others want to stay, no one get a away with much, because greed does not let any of them get away with it.

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    5. What a bitch oh yeah "I would love to see a full video of these battles" I would love for you to come down in person and watch it live.....the innocent people in Mexico don't find it so amusing....

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    6. I say this is History because all the different cartels that exist and all the violence..in the Escobar era there where 2 cartels..medellin and cali cartel...And Now in days there is more than 50

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    7. 7:13 the problem in culombia was that Alvaro Uribe Velez decided to go with the government because he was a "licenciado" to save and to keep face while dealing with his own drug trafficking guerrillas disguised as "drug traffickin' killers of politicians and judges and of his daddy" and his paramilitary "autodefensas Unidas de COLOMBIA AUC and Los PEPES and los 12 Apostoles of his brother Santiago, "el padresito", that the US liked his roll and complicity, and that they bought and sold uribe's bill.of goods and his cocaine to the world, and they practice the Plan Culombia all over Mexico. Another problem is that nobody saw it coming, and the worst part is that not many realize what is going on.
      After being Pablo Escibar's bitch as civil aviation officer, "El Varito" got his own father whack, next he murdered.the only witness, daddy's pilot, and started his narci-guerrillas.

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    8. @7:13 that's due to lack of a supreme leader at the top,it'll never happen tho our pride is our downfall unfortunately

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  5. It's gonna get hairy.

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  6. Im the picture where policemen where killed there where bulletholes spreaded out throughout the whole house, these hitmen cant shoot for shit

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    1. They use ak 47 not the most accurate

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    2. Yes very well trained if their intention was to make holes in houses.

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    3. Within 300 yards its accurate enough.

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    4. Comments from ppl with no combat experience are always funny .. ignorance ... ever heard of suppressive fire ?

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    5. No. recon unit during my Service.suppressive fire - mexican style...lol

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    6. The Syrian rebels shoot tons of bullets with reckless abandon as suppressive fire, for some strange reason they are not counting bullets or waiting to see nobody's whites of the eyes, bullets must be free or on sale.
      Warning to our sensitive senseis, there is no racist animo
      sity here, it is just that the whites of the eyes are, well, "white".
      my whites are red, thank God, but that a whole 'nother story.

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    7. @4:39 if they have no combat experience how do you expect them to know what suppressive fire is? Talk about ignorance.

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    8. I don't think its suppressive fire when your just unloading into a house. That's not what suppressive fire is. This was a few de guys shooting a house.

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    9. In LA thats considered a drive-by

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    10. When you are running out of ammo, and you don't know when the US will make the next resupply-by-mistake, then you learn to count your bullets real quick.

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  7. Yeah read this earlier. Crazy all those dead .
    And it's not going to stop. Good news is that a small percentage of these criminals were killed. Bad news is an innocent individual was caught in the gun fight.
    Some would call it collateral damage. I would call it unnecessary.

    E42

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  8. Wait if CDS gente nueva was still at the scene when military arrived and got down with them that means linea got their asses handed to them 🤔

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    1. @3:48 That doesn't mean shit you idiot the soldiers probably came from sinaloa's back

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    2. 4:52 you mad bruh?

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    3. For real tho linia got smashed

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    4. they got aired out its obvious a for effort wreakless mfers

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    5. The reason that the gn was still there it's because they were picking up the 20+ bodies

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    6. la linea got smashed by Ivans goons

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    7. @2:35 makes sense

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    8. La linea got smashed said the guys who weren't there!

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    9. Would of never happened to Mencho ppl

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  9. Sinaloa just keep dropping and dropping. It's crazy because cds groupies always argue that cds does not fight for territory but in this article it clearly read that it was a confrontation for territory. Cds lost respect from other cartels after cjng started invading their territory, now cds are getting hit from ALL angles.. even omongs themselves..crazy, 30 dead after 19 dead in sinaloa. That's what the government officials say but the casuAlties are alwAys higher than what they say

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    1. Where in the article did it say they were all cds casualties? 42 from linea was captured two days before this, you dont think that has anything to do with it?? We all know CDS has their hands in local law enforcement everywhere.

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    2. Not in the state of Chihuahua they dont , La Linea ,Cartel de Juarez run that state

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    3. He's referring to the other 19+ that got killed in sinaloa tonto

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    4. Yo soy del mero madera ... y pa que now hacemos pendejos los sinaloenses han estado aqui desde que llego caro quintero en Los 70s... siempre trabajaron con gente de chihuas y nunca Nadine se Quejo hasta la guerra entre Los Carrillo y Guzman

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    5. 4:42 claro que si, Chihuahua esta controlado por sinaloenses. Los dos carteles principales son De sinaloa que son el Cartel De Juarez y el cds. Pero cartel De Juarez tiene el control, no el cds. Que se den en la Madre los dos pero ua la linea tiene ayude De Mencho.

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    6. Nada mas porke los Sinaloenses quesque empesaron en la drogas no quiere decir que ahorita controlan Chihuahua. Es mas de seguro ni controlan su pinche estado.

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    7. Esos chinolas nomas les interesa controlar lugares donde mueven las drogas donde los putos pueden hacer mas, chihuahua como es otro estado fronterizo se lo quieren chingar a los de juarez, luego salen con que esos cjng estan en mas estados donde pagan con pesos... quienes ganan mas?

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  10. Looks exactly like the roads where that La Linea video was filmed, with like 100 gunners in 30 trucks, with death masks were filming themselves....

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    1. It does but that video was further south

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    2. Thay was gente nueva

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    3. @6:11 it was actually linea

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    4. @6:52 it was actually never confirmed to be either.
      But who ever it was, was deep. Línea got more credited. But only by online rumors.

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    5. 9:15 La Linia no tienen ni pa la rutera, menos para 30 trocas.
      --Their commaders, former chihuahua policias estatales were recorded killing people in Cd Juarez CASAS DE LA MUERTE, by an agent wired by the US justice department. They have been Wanted for years but mysteriously, have never been caught.
      Some Narcos are worse than others, they are Chihuahua State Police Officers.

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    6. 100 gunners...i am scared...go for 10-12 real sof and These putas are gone

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    7. El 42 de La Linea empeso el desmadre dicen los periodicos. Aparte dicen que capturaron a tres narcos de ellos vs 2 de Sinaloa. Esto puede decir que La Linea le dio en la madre a los de Sinaloa. Para que tanta porrista de los Sinolas? Si ganaran los CDS cada combate que pelean contra la Linea porke no controlan el estado de Chihuas entonces???

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    8. Es el 32 contra el jaguar la gente de sinaloa rescato a aus heridos en avionetas

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  11. I just saw another article that said there were 14 dead in the same area so there were two different gunbattles? or did the statistics change from 26-30 to 14?

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  12. Note:
    The official word from atty gen office was 30. same as eye witnesses interviewed on the ground. later some reports have it changed to 14.
    Pick your poison, but I tend to go with the original reports which have not incl the 2nd tally of dead or injured in confrontation with military.

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    1. Siempre le bajan pa no verse mal, pero a estos calculos siemple sumale lo doble y sera mas o menos la verdad.

      Cuando la guerra en la frontera chica en el 2010-2012 por semana se mataban entre ambos grupos unos 50 elementos altita la mano. Aun las brechas de mier ay camionetas calcinadas.

      G(-)057

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    2. Hey AMÁ, nice to see, miss you bonches.

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  13. Pura fuerzas especiales de la Gente Nueva
    Chapos people dont play

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    1. I hope la línea les partió la madre a los pendejos turistas. Para que le entren chido y ya acaben con es muñecas de Sinaloa.

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  14. why do we even care about these pieces of......let them exterminate themselves.....pieces of ....

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  15. Why cant the mexican goverment just send in the fam(fuerza aerea mexicano/mexican air force) to el triangulo dorado since the police and soldiers claims that its difficult to access. Just a few black hawk helicopters or something. Then again theirs also civilians witch is hard to take down narcos including with those fighter jets and harming the innocence. What kind of planes and helicopters does the mexican air force has besides the black hawks.

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    1. Becuase mexicos goverment lacks balls and will.Because oc outgrew the goverment in some mexican states.

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    2. Narcos have surface to air rockets. CJNG has taken down Blackhawks.

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    3. Los pilotos de la FAM andan haciendo entriegos a domicilio, no time for boolsheit

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    4. It was a Huey 7:41 not a Blackhawk.

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  16. Ver para creer...

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  17. People from sinaloa are crazy they even went at it with the military can't imagine how bad la linia run for their lives rip Gente de La Linia

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    1. Some people will say they are crazy. Others will say they are stupid. Like if you charge up 5 people when you by yourself. That's crazy. When they whoop your ass for thinking your tough. Well that was stupid.

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    2. 6:10 they had no choice, they are not brave or crazy. They were getting lit up so they were fighting for their lives. They looked like they had little training from all the wasted ammo all over the house lol plus, not all cds sicarios are from sinaloa

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    3. Actually 6:10 it's the other way around. La Linea have been mopping the floor with GN. How do you think Nuevo Juarez took back control of the majority of Chihuahua. Not only does GN have to deal with La Linea they have to deal with the best hitmen in the business Los Linces. Don't get caught up in the CDS hype because you will be disappointed in the end.

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    4. A lot of people were named best hitmen, now 6ft under

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    5. Apparently you know nothing about Los Linces 10:04.

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  18. Don't compare linia to cjng
    Cjng are all talk linia are action

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    1. La linea and CJNG are united. The Jalisco cartel is doing alot of action with no talking.

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    2. Stop spreading lies la linea doesnt need to ally with Jalisco why? Because Cartel Jalisco NG has nothing to offer . La linea already controls a big border city and already has an alliance with Los Zetas and BLO they dont need cjng at all the alliance is just as fake as CJNG being the most powerful cartel in Mexico

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    3. El Americano came to michoacan from El Paso, to do his dirty deeds after getting kidnapped and raped by the CT a few times, but he took revenge on the CT and now is a millionaire landowner, in land and dollars, remember Alfredo Castillos de kagada AND epn of course, respect and love his ass, but castillo did not respect "el compayito" murderer of 3 000 by himself and who got another 3 000 killed by his orders, also stole $400 000.00 kickback from el compayito,
      Instead of sending mordidas, the mexican narcos should have sent death squads instead of kickbacks and mexico would have been saved.

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    4. El Americano has family in Michoacan that's the reason he is in good with the people there. It's not like he just showed up out of nowhere

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    5. 7:24 no, pos WOW!
      Entonces que se la den de gobernador, pero de este tamaño:
      ✋____________________🖑
      El anericano no heredo lo que tiene de su familia, todo se lo robó de otra gente, but he was a direct line from michoacan to El Paso, and I am sure he did not drive around the state of chihuahua to get there back and forth with his "used cars" he was selling to the CT.
      That would barely cover the gas expense you know?

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  19. Se mira k se toparon gente del tigre GN vs lineas el 80. Not far lies cuauhtemoc where cabo was killed&sonrics was caught kisas una limpia de celulas k kedaron de gamboa sosa

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    1. Celulas no necessitan limpieza,
      Los culos si.

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    2. 32 vs jaguar

      10

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  20. mis respetos pa los gallos de sinaloa i los alacranes de durango puro Chihuahua arriva el triangulo Dorado gente que no le teme a nada entre perros de Guerra nos entendemos

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    1. No manches LOL

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    2. Mis respetos para los nerds who watch novelas and pretend to be narco jrs

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    3. Durango al 100 con toda la raza del Triangulo de Oro.

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    4. Si son tan chingones los chinolas por que cjng les esta dando en la Madre? Jaja pinche alucin

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    5. CJNG is fake News. Lila CNN

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    6. 6:54 andas viendo muchas telenovela turkas de narco mexicanos con actors culombianos de televisa dobladas al españiol por actores de brazil. Que ya me tienen hasta la madre, no me pierdo una.

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    7. Chihuahua al 100 con el Triangulo de Oro!

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    8. 8:30 si ya se que no aplauden,
      I mean, que van a hacer, "su propio pais"?
      bolas de yoyos apestosos.

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  21. La limpia de R1 ya empezo perros

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    1. El R1 del CDG??

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    2. Le van a pedir chichi a los de Durango y Sonora como siempre las de Sinaloa???
      Solas no pueden.

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    3. El compa 1 no esta muerto

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    4. R5 y las Fuerzas Especiales Gente Nueva apoyando .
      Macho Prieto and his people and Antrax are mobilizing .

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  22. La mayoria delos muertos fueron los sinaloas

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  23. Not a cds nor cdj fan but in todays oc in mexico thats how it shld be done. Make a apointment all your people against all my people and lets get it over with.

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    1. 7:28 the mexican army did exactly that, set up the appointment and arrived to make the topón worth their time.
      "Ya con esta van tres veces" decia Jacinto treviño

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  24. Sinaloa keeps advancing,
    How about those corridos, striking the fear in the enemy and making em easier to pick off

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    1. Why fear a enemy you have beaten many many times?

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    2. @ 7:02 please elaborate... where ? dates?
      oh... are we talking out of our ass again?

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    3. 8:35 there is no need to give dates or locations. The Juarez Cartel and La Linea was considered dead by the DEA and other law enforcement agencies in 2012. It's 2017 and Nuevo Juarez has pushed CDS back to the southern region of Chihuahua. Chapo wanted the Juarez border crossing so badly he fought long and hard to take it but obvious GN couldn't keep it. So I guess I am talking out my ass again amigo but the facts don't lie.

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    4. 8:02 La linias was disbanded because of las Casas De La Muerte de Ciudad Juarez and their ties to texas federales, but the chihuahua state police and their commanders involved were never arrested, investigated or prosecuted, and I guess they are still living off crime.
      It is easy to beat "sinaloa and anybody else when the governor the police, army, navy, marinas and the president are going for you. But for some reason the "work is never over"
      Hey thanks for commenting,

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  25. Two CDS members arrested after this firefight and three Linea members as well.
    Could it be that more Linea members sirvived than did CDS members???

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    1. Where did you get that 2 cds and 3 lineas were arrested?

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    2. Go to Juarez mewspapers and or tv channels like Channel 44 from Juarez or Chihuahua city and get the latest updates on any narco fight in Chihuahua. You can find them online even.

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  26. These comments are full of bullshit and nuttgrabbers saying cds won this battle lol you dont know this probably both sides lost a lot of men and even if cds won this battle is still won't change the fact that madera is a linea stronghold

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    1. You're a nut grabber as well saying it's only Sinaloa but grabbers it's been god and half. So you're a hater as well. Hahaha

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    2. 6:29 and 10:35 your nuts full of BS, Bachelors of Science.
      It is real funny the way "the army arrived to the topón" and murdered themselves a bunch of "biiig baaad narcos".
      Looks 100 like a set up by the military zone commanders, they get trained to do that in the School of the Americas, have even murdered months old babies and their mothers for being communist guerrillas narco-sympathizers, the mexican military zone commanders are pure evil and trying to make money by any means necessary since Carlos Salinas de Gortari stole the military budget when he was "president"
      26 years of full unbound mexican military corruption...

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  27. It is sad to see this senseless death and violence. Mexico, can become a better usa if the politicians and administration could reign in this drug trade, it would help Americans too , for more jobs would be generated. It's just sad . And none of these news get the attention in the world , I am from India , we don't hear anything about Mexico. And how do they get so much of guns,

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    1. 12:22 what did they use to murder the Bangladeshi?
      And how many millions died?

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    2. Military, but here they are on the civilian side. I was talking about gang wars. Military here intervened

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    3. Typical reply on here

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    4. 12:27 typical pendejo,
      there are hindu people in mexico, Arcelor-Mittal owned 38% by Laksmi Mittal" used to be 100% property of the mexican people founded by El Tata, General Lazaro Cardenas, former president of mexico who also nationalized and funded Petroleos Mexicanos Arcelor-Mittal used to be the greatest steel works in the world, patrimony of all the mexicans, and it would be interesting to know how an hindu oligarch got to own it and now lives like a Maharajah in London and spends tens of millions of dollars on his family weddings.
      --"The Blood Letter" blames the US government for the Bangladesh genocide, and we have now Mexican Genocide, but slower and softer, my guess is both are somehow related to the other 68% partners of Mister Mittal and Arcelor.
      --You know, car washers and maruchaneros don't look that sexy to pin the donkey's tail on them, "mister classic"

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  28. nobody won, we all lost.

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  29. Gente del Lobo y el 80 peleando territorio de seguro. Gente presente de Agua Prieta.

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    1. Who is this Lobo guy? I heard about him before. I heard he controls the Ojinaga plaza but I don't know if we're talking about the same guy

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    2. Uno d los buenos en Agua Prieta. Trabaja con los Delta. Brazo armado en AP y del Tigre. Entre los muertos se fue uno d sus hermanos dicen. Asi k ira a buscar venganza y pobresito al k se lo tope.. Nomas se k tiene poder el señor xk tmbn tiene gente en casas grandes chihuas y ahora anda peleando para esos rumbos nomas k al paracer los sorprendieron.

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    3. @5:12 and that mither fucker is going to end up dead just like his lame ass brother! You think La Linea or other cartels don't have hitmen that belonged to special forces also?

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    4. Ya dejen de andar tuitiando, ya ven como train al "Prezident" Trombón por andar ahi de caliente con su trompetita.
      Pero ya tiene dos dias que no pone nada la gallina, nada!

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  30. Great body count. Still the military and police need to eradicate and exterminate at higher rates.

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    1. La policia federal killed 41 sicarios in michoacan. Is that good enough and the police of sinaloa killed 17. What about that? What about the 20 sicarios killed in michoacan by policia federal. is that high enough? Theirs a lot more killed by policias and ejercito. They just nevered tell that or report that. Why doesnt the mexican goverment just send in la fuerza aerea mexicano.

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  31. mexicans kill mexicans. fuck this game. i rather work in dollarama!

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  32. The Illiteracy of the Electorate: What is our biggest problem: Ignorance or Apathy? “I don’t know and I don’t care!”

    The first priority: Knowing the truth about current leadership. This is critical role of the press, which in Mexico has been a dangerous job.

    The abandonment of righteousness weakens the seat of government
    and the stability and security of the nation. The abandonment of truth and loyalty to covenants undermines the leadership of a nation.
    Bribery is a root issue of private truthfulness (Prov 29:4). Acting on principle rather than driven by expediency. Thus, when integrity is forsaken justice is overthrown.

    The minimizing of truthfulness corrupts others so that the entire government becomes corrupt (Prov 29:12). Private morality has vast public implications. Probably a longer take but I don't see things improving anytime on both sides of the border as the moral fabric of both countries is slipping away.

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    1. Well said Martin!

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    2. O:20 What you see has been going on since well before WWII. let me introduce you to Henry A. Wallace, Vicepresident to FDR at least read his Quotes on Fascism and its first victim, TRUTH.
      Our continent is awash in problems from Alaska to the Patagonia with no end in sight.

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  33. Dicen las lenguaa largas que fueron los de gente nueva contra los de la linea juaraz sa de cv.

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  34. Wow !! Narco cartels fight in real life and narco nuthuggers abuse and fight it out on borderland beat. These cockroaches are at each others throat everywhere. Jajajajaja

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  35. Let them kill each other. They chose to live that life.

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  36. Hay rumores muy grandes por aqui en la rejion que furon la gente del Fierro Temeto la que tubo la confrontacion

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    1. 2:41 es "El Chupacañas"

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  37. In an article from vivir en juarez talks about a Linea survivor that said that Sinaloa doubled Linea's gunmen.

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  38. Grillonautas said los chopitos surprised la linia with 150 men fully loaded!saludos from nor Cal y michoacan!

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  39. El cadete flexing his muscle, shhhhhhh, quietly, calladito te ves mas bonito

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  40. From what I hear in town out of all the ones that died only 6 were brought back to town. So that either means they only retrieved that many or GENTE NUEVE won that battle by far. Word is there on there way back w more ppl to be able to reinforce the wounded and survivors.

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  41. Chives , dd . En el sito de noticias llamado , La parada digital hay fotos y declaraciones de un sobreviviente .dice que GN.los avasallo ojala puedan ponrr el articulo para la BB comunidad att: YO

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  42. Por: LA PARADA DIGITAL.DOBLEGARON ALOS 'ZETAS- LINEA'. " ELLOS ERAN COMO 140" HERIDO. fue un ejercito de cerca de 140 hombres pertenecientes al " cartel de sinaloa" que se enfrentaron connla mitad de pistoleros de la " linea" siendo la mayoria de Veracruz, Tabasco, Hidalgo, Michoacan y Chihuahua ( cuauthemoc) asi mismo los lideres de la linea pertenecen al grupo armado de los zetas , mismos que llegaron a apoyar a este brazo armado del CJ.Lo anterior informacion fue dada a conocer por los detenidos , mismos que estan lesionados en el hopital gral. De esta cdd. Entre ellos uno apodado el ' Tabasco' texto integro de La parada digital bueno ahi ay fotos ojala las puedab bajar , graciaas . Atte: YO

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  43. @2:49 and @12:59
    Yeah I saw that article too that Linea were ambushed but later that day, a couple of videos on YouTube and articles came out saying that el 32 of La Linea was responsible for this attack, in that case this would've meant La linea was never ambused but the other way around

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    1. It was also said that CDS has around 150 sicarios with them and yet the battle lasted more than two hours. What a bunch of lame ass hitmen CDS must have if it took two hours to not even complete a mission...

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  44. Como saben que es gente nueva si ya tienen rato en el negocio? Hahaha

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  45. Damn bb stays hating on Sinaloa

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  46. Chihuahua has always been CDJ. Chapo has always been trying to stay with Chihuahua but they haven't done smack for 6 years. If "La Linea" was done with, these wars wouldn't still be going on.

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    1. 11:35 "CDJ" HAS ALWAYS BEEN SINALOAS AND CHILANGOS, like Guadalajara Cartel, but chilangos helped by El "hombrecito chaparrito" de Agualeguas Nuevo Leon son una bola de hijos de la chingada asociados con los militares y las corporaciones policiacas en robarles todo el negocito a sus socios los narcos de los tiempos de sus agüelitos.

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  47. http://m.eldiariodechihuahua.mx/Estado/2017/07/11/se-registra-nuevo-enfrentamiento-en-madera/

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