Friday, July 21, 2017

El Ojos of the Cartel of Tlauhac killed in DF

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

Subject Matter: Felipe de Jesus Perez, El Ojos
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required






No less than eight narco traffickers, including the leader of the organization, Felipe de Jesus Perez, alias El Ojos, died today in a shoot out with members of the Mexican Marines in City of Mexico, informed that institution.

Perez was considered the head of the extremely violent organization that operated in the demarcation of Thahuac and Iztapalapa, in the south east of City of Mexico, detailed the Secretary of the Marines in a communication.

He assured that the delinquents fired on the Marines, who repelled the attack in a shoot in which eight members died from the criminal organization dedicated to the sale of drugs, extortion, kidnapping and homicides.





The confrontation happened during a vigilance operation that the Marina carried out in the south east zone of the capital in support of the PGR and as part of a Federal Police investigation.

One of the sicarios killed in the gunfight with the Marines

At the scene of the shoot out the Marina found, various high powered rifles for exclusive use of the armed forces.

Narco blockades were set up after the confrontation

Perez is allegedly responsible for the distribution of drugs in the south and south east zones of the Capital, as well as in the installation of the Autonomous National University of Mexico.

According to Mexican authorities, Perez has operated his organization since 2012, and is responsible for 50 assassinations, among them a commander of the Attorney General of the State of Mexico in February 2016.

Original article in Spanish at Noreste

El Debate provide some background as well on El Ojos


Felipe de Jesus Perez, El Ojos

Felipe de Jesus, better known as El Ojos was taken down today, he was 48 years old and had never been in prison. Since 2012, his cartel took control of the south zone of Tlahuac, Milpa Alta and Xochimilco, but also operated in Chalco, State of Mexico.

According to investigations of the Attorney Generals office of the Capital, he started as a sicario but headed a fleet of motor cycle taxis that doubled up as dealers.

Official reports signalled that El Ojos was an extremely violent individual, and since 2013 have attributed dozens of assassinations in Milpa Alta, Xochimilco, Tlahuac, Iztapalapa and Coyoacan.

As well as threatening investigating police officers he left animal heads outside of agents homes. He felt so confident that last year he showed himself at the Zapotitlan fair, along with his sons and his bodyguards, where he commissioned a narco corrido.

He ran into trouble earlier this year when sicarios of El Gaston, another narco leader of the area wanted to take revenge on Perez for having ordered several murders.

El Ojos is one of 45 families that dominate drug trafficking in Mexico City, according to investigations by the PGR. On May 18th this year, the son of Perez Luna, Miguel Angel Perez, El Mickey, also known as El Ojitos was arrested.


Above is the Narco corrido commissioned by El Ojos.

Original article in Spanish at El Debate

70 comments:

  1. Iztapalapa is one of the worst slums in Latin America

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  2. Excellent news of the cockroaches bring put to sleep. LOL Hopefully the Marinas keep up the good work and limit the arrests and concentrate of shooting to kill during the gunfights. NO prisoners. NO arrests.

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    1. Amen brother!

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    2. The marinas will become the next cartel members, they will not be military forever, and then like the american counterparts that can't cut it as civilians they will have to use their "skills" to survive, as police, which doesn't pay either, but from there the jump to cartel sicarios is a really small
      cake walk, only about 10% will be needed, the rest will be losers or killed of go to the Foreign Legion as mercenaries.

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  3. El ojos died in confrontation, not arrested. Also it didn't happen in Mexico city it was state of Mexico,most likely he's from familia Michoaxana who's fighting cjng for control in that area.

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    1. 4:02 "el ojos" got murdered, he did not even take off his seat belt, regardless of the accusations against him, this is one more extra judiciary killing, illegal all over the world and even in mexico, were there is NO death penalty by law.
      Pinochet had his "Caravana de la Muerte" expediting trials and they went murdering at will.from city to city or town to town, dragging victims by the dozens from military prisons on their Puma Helicopter and burying them in clandestine graves all over the country, after the US Navy and the CIA HELPED THE JUNTA TO MURDER ALLENDE AND TAKE POWER...
      "En Las Garras Del Puma"

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    2. Wrong. It did happen in Mexico City. Tlahuac is a part of Mexico City. El Ojos came from la Mano con Ojos, ex BLO. Good riddance.

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  4. Thank you for doing really good job, marines !

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  5. So El Ojos son was arrested and El Ojos was killed? Title says El Ojos was arrested and the article says he was killed.

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    1. El hijo del "Ojos" was arrested,
      El ojos got killed,
      Iztapalapa is a neighborhood of Mexico City, formerly known as El DF or District Federal, seat of all the mexican federal powers, like Washington DC, which is also a city surrounded by slums and drug addicts, sometimes lorded over by crack smoking mayors like Marion Shepilon Barry, (Marion Barry) he was powerful, and booooy he likes his smokes, money and hos, like a common gangster, but in heaven now, after giving sech a bad name to his congenerates...
      One thing is for sure, Carlos Slim Helu Owns almost all of the maexico City, and .ust have had a hand in turning it into a degenerate hell full of evil demons, the idea is:
      --when they get kicked out nobody will care, the rich want to turn the Mexico city "alias El DF" into a giant Mall for the rich and the well off, ONLY...
      and most politicians owe him their nalgas enough to get along.

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    2. Tu, el ojos y la mama del ojos pa que vayan y chinguen mucho a su madre compa quihubo...?

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  6. Is funny how on the title says that el ojos was arrested but as you read is says he was killed. I guess my ojos are playing funny tricks on me today.

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    1. Ok let me explain rules of engagement for you guys that haven't served in any capacity. You cant just run in and open up like John Wayne or Audy Murphy, you have to warn the people first before you fire, then in they offer resistance you can use force.
      So the FP and Marines turn up, shout you are under arrest, drop your weapons, they go for their weapons, you open fire, that is legal. From the moment they were warned they were under arrest, what happened subsequently doesn't matter, they cops and marines followed their rules of engagement.

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    2. Otis, Is there a video of the "warnings" or it got turned off for reasons of National Security?
      --It happened in the 43 disappearances...all the recordings got disappeared too, also Tlatlaya, Apatzingan, Acteal, etc...
      The mexican government is a criminal mass murdering government, but they kill their victims one by one too.
      --Having a "corrido made to order is not a death penalty sentence according to "the law".

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    3. However elementary common sense should be, I always appreciate when Otis B weighs in.

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    4. Don't think the policia federal or la marina believe in rules of engagement. Or they will lose the element of surprise.

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  7. Such unwanted people who have only been a nuisance. Great job!
    Still have many more like him to go.
    Can only hope for tranquility and peace in Mexico.

    E42

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    1. Peace in Mexico?
      NO, not as long as Chilangos and Atracomulcas and perros callejeros walk freely around the capital city of mexico...protected by a sold out ass kissing military and police without GÜEBOOS...

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  8. He was not arrested but killed.

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    1. 6:55 en cuanto se amarró el seat belt le dieron sus riatazos.
      Who needs a break?

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  9. It would be interesting to know the stories behind these guys names - El Ojos!!

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    1. I've heard he owned a spot called Los ojos.. but look at the dudes pic he's bug eyed as hell lol

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  10. Andale Ojos por pendejo te tronaron.

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  11. Heads up! The headline states El ojos was arrested but the story states he died

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    1. 9:22 el Ojos could have used a "Prezidential Pardon", but it is too late now.

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  12. Corrido is ok.. not like the old ones..
    Los cadetes , Los dinamicos, Luis y Julian, Banda el recodo, shoot even los tigres.. I'm a hard working violence FREE person who lives an honest life, people have corridos a bit wrong aside from a SELECT few that may glorify death, or violence, 85% of the ballads are tales of many things, mainly of love, betrayal, and success..frankly it's good entertainment. Doesn't necessarily mean I condone the activities these people may participate in, but everyone loves a good tale, whether exaggerated or not.. just my opinion.
    VIVA MEXICO

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    1. Yup. Some corridos are good. I like older ones. I dislike the new ones all they talk about is shooting people and rolling around with AKs. I think its dumb but hey everyone to their own.

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    2. I love a good tale

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  13. Any relation to Mano con Ojos nut job arrested a few years ago in DF?

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    1. El compayito hahaha dude was a clown!

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    2. Yeah that dude's interview on YouTube is something else. Probably a serial liar as well as a serial killer but still must have some crazy stories

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    3. He was trained by the kaibiles, sure was a character tho lol

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    4. Yes. El Ojos used to be from Mano con Ojos, ex BLO.

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  14. Good job Mexican Marines!

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  15. FUNNY to live and die ASSASSINATED IN A "CONFRONTATION"
    you can see the body had no time to react, he was just shoot up.
    Murder, She Said.

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    1. I find no objection to this fact if true.
      How many individuals were known kidnapped , murdered and extorted by this individual?
      If any thing the community is in a better place from his death.

      E42

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    2. That's not true. He was completely surrounded. He had pelenty of time to give up. But decided to fight. There was military everywhere. He didn't stand a chance. But he fought.

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    3. Who cares ? Kill them,like their victims..

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    4. Order to SHOOT TO KILL, ILLEGAL ON ANY COURT OF LAW.
      Shooting to kill as a first and only option illegal too.
      Illiterate marinas and soldiers are not exactly judges, they are just hired guns to do government assassinations and would not survive a court martial, just like their mamagüebos.

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  16. EPN cleaning up after himself, leaving no witnesses behind.
    MAO Osorio CHÓN WILL BE EMPEROR.

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  17. Damn 45 Narco families in D.F.
    If they know who they are why do they let them still work? Corruption and more corruption.

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  18. So is he dead or alive ? Issa confusing article

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  19. Todo un monstro el tlacuachon, panson, feo y malo pa cabar de chingar. Una rata menos.

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  20. Blockades and torching of vehicles are reported throughout the area from the killings of this group and its leader.
    Such a nuisance with disregard to civil order.
    Criminal behavior at the forefront.
    Sad.

    E42

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    1. 3:53 Law and Order fans are some of the worst criminals.
      It would not surprise me that the mexican government did a the circus of "blockades".

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  21. El ojito de payaso, paso a mejor vida

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    1. 4:14 "préstame atención"

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    2. 2:34
      Te presto esta de 6 pulgadas y media compa

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    3. 8:21
      6 pulgadas y media perforada la tienes compita

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    4. Chicas, sientensen, pá platicar.

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  22. There's 45 families dominating drug trafficking in Mexico City ? Cumulatively they dominate, but are there a few with big market shares or are they all just 2% or 3% each ?

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    1. "La Hermandad Policiaca" puros policias capitalinos, del DF
      (CIUDAD DE MEXICO) with policias acreditables, bancarios industrials, viales, de transito, de hackenda, security guards and parkimeter attendants, they boss drug trafficking all over mexico when they get promoted to polesias federales.

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  23. In the game, then game over.

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  24. Oh great another Cartel to worry about hahaha when does the madness stop?

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  25. Always great to hear dead scum eradicated. Of course another will replace him but the faster the eradication the faster more can be executed and disposed of. Fuck these putrid cartel losers.

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    1. 5:41 I hope you get caught up in the pogrom and you are executed summarily without a trial and without recourse. It will happen to El Loco Duterte, who has been asking for it for a while.

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  26. It would be interesting to know where the military weapons came from. Business must have been bad for el Ojos if that's a slum.

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  27. The first pic u can see blocks of weed on the table zoom in

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  28. El ojos was close to bl and mayo zambada.

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    1. Pesado el compa

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    2. Pues claro era todo un ipopotamo

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  29. It looks like dudes were just chillin and hit squad..ahem, Marina took em out by surprise.The theatrics came later.Mex gov't version makes for better corrido.

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  30. He was the owner of Ojos Locos.

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  31. Here is the AP story on this with lots more detail
    http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/L/LT_MEXICO_DRUG_VIOLENCE?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT

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  32. Hold up. Cartel? Or drug trafficking organization? Lazcano in a zetas message to the c.i.d.a. explains it best. He said mocking the acapulco independent cartel saying why do you call yourselves a cartel? How many kilos of coke do you send to the united states. Lets not call cartel every criminal organization now.

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    1. Maybe el Lazca didn't know El Barbas was moving it all over mexico when el lazca still was in diapers.
      Sus diez kilos al mes le parecian mucha gran cosa al lazca, no?

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    2. El barbas was a dumb motherfucker who thought he was the shit but wasnt and when he died half hes piece of shit cartel turned on hes family.

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    3. This guy 12:46 im sure your a big shot working at mcdonalds or something .....he acccomplished more in a year than you will ever do in your pathetic life. He built homes schools basically was an economy , had extortion kidnapping ,child abuse ,thievery to a minimum . Accomplished what the Mexican goverment cant in the STATES of Guerrero Morelos Nuevo leon Sonora , Nayarit,Puebla.Queretaro Also Mexico City Oaxaca and many others , which is bring peace, tranquility and safety to its citizens. Theres a reason why he earned the nickname Boss Of BOSSES and he did all that while being 1 of 3 most wanted in Mexico

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  33. Thanks otis. sounds like there will more bloodshed following this encounter.
    mn

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  34. Puro cartel de los ñeros

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