Tuesday, August 1, 2017

One Million Peso Reward Offered for "El Bukanas"

Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from Proceso

Reward Offered for Former Top Cop Turned Top Fuel Thief
Extra Material from El Cambio
July 27, 2017

The locality of San Marcos Tlacoyalco is surrounded by personnel of the Mexican Army, Marine Armada of Mexico and Gendarmerie.


A hundred federal soldiers are currently operating a strong operation in the town of San Marcos Tlacoyalco, according to the first unofficial versions indicate that they are  looking for the second in command  of "El Bukana's" criminal group who control the area.



From the first hours of this Thursday several elements of the National Gendarmerie, Mexican Army,  Naval Armada of Mexico traveled on the federal road connecting the states of   Puebla and Tehuacán, until past eleven in the morning to implement a strong operation in the auxiliary board of San Marcos Tlacoyalco with backup by a Sedena helicopter flying over the area.
 


It should be remembered that in the past days elements of the Navy and members of this criminal group were confronted in the municipalities of Vicente Guerrero and Esperanza.


Roberto de Los Santos de Jesus, "El Bukanas" or "El Bukanans", leader of fuel thieves (huachicoleros) in Puebla and trainer of hitmen and "stakers" of Los Zetas in Veracruz, for whom the Veracruz government offers a million pesos reward to anyone who provides reliable information for his arrest. Just three years ago he was commander of the Municipal Police of Maltrata in the mountainous region of Veracruz.

Today, the governor of Veracruz, Miguel Angel Yunes Linares, said that yesterday he spoke with his counterpart in Puebla, Antonio Gali, and was assured that he would  also "offer a reward" to whoever entails the capture of "El Bukana", a dangerous criminal that maintains control over desolate municipalities of Veracruz like Maltrata, Acultzingo, Nogales, Rio Blanca, but also in Puebla like Zaragoza, Vicente Guerrero and Palmarito.



Roberto de Los Santos de Jesus "El Bukanas"
 Jefe del Plaza /  Huachicolero
"El Bukanas" came to the public as a criminal leader and as a police commander in September 2014 after a military breakup in the San Pedro narcologist, in the Sierra de Agua congregation in the Summits of Acultzingo, which exposed the criminal network of oil thieves, (huachicoleros) and exposed the corruption that the Zetas were operating with the local police forces.

Directed by Roberto de los Santos, active municipal police at the time, of Maltrata and Acultzingo trained in this ranch  future sicarios, soldiers and  "stakers" of Los Zetas, young people between 17 and 25 years old who they were taught to "table" victims, to torture them in water trenches  (waterboard) to waste them, to use weapons and injure them in punishment cells.

The criminal ranch was "busted" by federal forces, when they discovered alleged "hawks" (halcones) buying abundant food in a dining room on the federal highway that leads from Orizaba, Veracruz to Tehuacán, Puebla; These alleged members of criminal cells - the military said - were "closely monitored" by municipal police.

On that day, three young gunmen were killed and 31 future offenders were arrested, as well as five municipal policemen; "El Bukanas" and other police officers managed to flee.

The center of operations of "El Bukanas", hidden among leafy trees, rural houses and sunflower cultivation land was dismantled.

 Former Mayor of Acultzingo, Candido Morales
Who was Murdered and his body found in a River 
Days after this military outbreak, the mayor of Acultzingo, Solomon Cid, asked to leave his position, and a month later, his predecessor, Cándido Morales would be executed and his body thrown by a river. Federal forces had to besiege the region. 

Three years later, "El Bukanas" continues to ravage the mountainous region of Veracruz, but also of the state of Puebla.  According to Yunes Linares, this former  municipal police officer is wanted for "violent acts in Puebla," but with an important "criminal history" in the municipality of Maltrata and in other surroundings where he is accused of collecting plaza rights  and being the border of Veracruz by which it enters victims of kidnapping.

Hiding in Plain Sight : " Clandestine Stolen Fuel Depot
DRONE Photo
Despite this, the governor of Veracruz ruled out that municipal police in that region of Veracruz, such as Nogales, Río Blanco, Maltrata and Acultzingo, have to be investigated.

He justified that there is "all the coordination" with the government of Puebla to obtain the capture of this delinquent that has been headache of authorities in these veracruzanos municipalities and its bordering poblanos.


In Puebla, federal forces have focused more than a month on their capture, accusing him of being  responsible for operating the milk industry and distribution of hydrocarbons in Pemex pipelines, both in Veracruz territory and in the so-called Puebla red triangle. 








Just this past weekend, the E-Consulta portal announced that in the municipalities of Vicente Guerrero and Moyotepec, in Puebla, "El Bukanas" and its people walk and / or ride  with impunity in cars and vans with tinted windows, heading to a residence that is hidden among the undergrowth of this mountainous geography.

30 comments:

  1. Look at this way, Los zetas r the marketing department of pemex. Between the Cartel and Politicos they clean out the Pemex bank account

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    1. Cjng and zetas are both in conflict because they both get money from that

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    2. Only the son of "federal senator" carlos Romero Deschamps rides a golden ferrari on Europe's Monaco"
      --These huachicoleros barely drive an old troque loaded with square plastic containers.
      These ferocious polesias, aaguacates and gansitos marinelas could do a lot more good shooting the Deschamps right in their meros jundillos and recovering their loot, it is in cash in some banks, they will give it up quick.

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  2. Looks like cjng put a big price to his head, Mencho and his crew are in competition with zetas in the black gold market

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  3. USA trained I imagine. Damn rogue cops!

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  4. He belongs to vieja escuela or CDN?

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    1. Based upon Bukanas' reported area of control (just off the 150, which runs through Córdoba and Orizaba before crossing into Puebla) I'd guess that he is affiliated with 35Z, which is the Veracruz faction of CDN.

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    2. Vieja Escuela CDN,faction of CDN under El Rama old school Sangre Z

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    3. Oh boy! Z, Vieja Escuela Z, CDN, Vieja Escuela CDN, Sangre Z, Old achool Sangre Z, and that is just Zeta Cartel. So many factions from just one DTO and there are others! Who can keep up with all of them.

      Almost sounds as anyone who gets a few guys together starts a new thing.

      So confusing, no wonder there is so much violence, no one knows who to trust, who is with who and they'd rather preemptivly get rid off everyone around.

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  5. It's only 50k 😂

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  6. CJNG makes so much money they have to me ambushing gold armored trucks and cash deposits

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    1. Now every tacuache who is stealing oil, extorting, kidnapping ppl is from 'mexicos richest drug cartel'?

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  7. I can't believe people buy this stuff off the street. I don't even like putting AMPM gas in my tank.

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    1. @12:25 Where do live ? I am just curious , Nothing specific, just general whereabouts ?
      I am guessing NOT Mexico or any other third world country or even parts of poor rural US ............ ALOT of people would love to have ANY gas, not gas choices.

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    2. Where do you live?I would love to be able to drink fresh water

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    3. Yaqui do you buy the gas?How dare he not live in a third world country like mexico

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    4. The comments on here are getting ridiculous and childishly defensive about any aspect of mexico

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  8. Many here get so precious about mexico from the US

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  9. 2nd pic. Keyless and non armored. A mobile death trap. - Sol Prendido

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    1. Maybe it's a non hardcopy key mechanism.

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  10. I wonder if Morroñis is still alive...?

    La Gilbertona

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    1. Yo estoy vivo, Gilbertona, que se te ofrece-El Sol Prendido

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  11. Gas is cheaper in the USA than in Mexico..... now gas is more expensive the farther south you drive into Mexico.... Matamoros tamps and Tijuana gas prices are about the same.... once you start driving south about an hour south the price of gas and diesel is much higher..... I ask the same question why buy from the hauchacoleros,.. simple ECONOMICS,,, the price is a fraction half or a fourth than buying it from Pemex...... that's why the public in Mexico buy it..... i am an American I think the same I won't gas up at an AMPM, or 7 Eleven,... I only run synthetic oils on all my vehicles around 8 to 10 dollars a quart of oil..... but i work and live in the US... wages and cost of living in Mexico just don't compare to ours in the USA..... a makiladora worker earns 1200 pesos to 2000 pesos a week that averages to 70 to 112 dollars a week.... think with would you not buy huachacol..... otro ejemplo i modified a house in Mexico I had a single guy help me I paid him 30 dollars a day.... his friend told me you are paying him to much,... I though I was getting a good deal as he was just helping me and I was doing most of the work off course.... reason being I like things done my way so I do them my self..... so in a five day span with me he was earning a lot more than if he worked at a maquiladora or as a day labor with some one else.... a day labor earns about 100 to 150 pesos daily..... that makes it real simple and easy as to why they buy huachacol and not from Pemex.....

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    1. Not everybody is "elite worker"
      The mi imum wage got increased last year or so, 2 mexican pesos cents, to 2.99 usd, then the peiso got devalued and minimum wage is about $1.50 USD a day, not an hour, wages must have been allowed to float, better off workers with Union make about two times minimum wages per day, plus bonuses or over time, but they are going out of use because of new benefit packages for the employers, some people brag about paying 30 dollars, and some lap it up thinking mexicans make 30 dollars an hour, or a day, when in reality it is $30.00 usd a week.

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    2. My point exactly.
      Desperate people do desperate things.
      Sometimes they have no choice.
      Sad but true.

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  12. 1 million pesos it's barely enough to buy a burrito

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    1. You must like very big burritos

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    2. Is too much greediness for you.

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  13. They will have him soon . A ugly fucker like that cant hide in the crowd to easy.

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  14. Please to all my fellow Mexicans stop making that buchanas so famous its OK to drink it but we have made it like if it was a Mexican trade mark buchanas is Scottish yes its good but their is also good products in mexico that we can support and be proud of

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