Friday, August 4, 2017

Routes and Capos of the drugs trafficking cartels in Tijuana

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

Subject Matter: Cartels operating in Baja California
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required

In the criminal struggle that has caused 1137 executions, 5 criminal cartel cells have invaded Baja California, all converged on Tijuana and fight for criminal control in Ensenada for the arrival of drugs. "El Checo" Flores, of Mexicali has expanded into Tijuana, "El Tigre" Soto started out in State capital and expanded into Tijuana and Rosarito in Ensenada, a town in which they are fighting against Victor Mejia "El Griego", of Los Aquiles



Reporter: Zeta Investigations and Cortesia

All of the drug routes in Baja Califorina converge on Tijuana, evidence of this is the ten tonnes of marijuana secured by the State Preventative Police and the Army in the Nueva Aurora colonia, discovered in a search by the PGR on the 18th of July.

Before, on the 2nd and 17th of the same month,  244 packets and 33 bags on a yacht, also in the Flores Magon colonia, inside a car they found 62 kilos of marijuana, 213 more kilos of marijuana in a house in the Xochimilco colonia, and 100 kilos of marijuana on a dirt road in the Playas de Tijuana delegation. They were counted among the many other captures of 1 to 5 kilos of the drug.

On July the 9th, following the assassination of Commander Antonio Garcia Garcia in Ensenada, the primary investigation of the coordination group revealed that the officer who was riddled with bullets by drug traffickers who were unloading in the San Quintin valley for the CJNG, Los Michoacanos de San Telmo, who initially were criminals for Alfonso Lira "El Atlante" and whose principal activity was the control and logistical transfer of drugs to the Tijuana frontier.



In this moment the authorities refer to the amplification in the zones of criminal influence of three narco traffickers, El Checo Flores, in Mexicali to Tijuana, El Tigre Soto, who started in Tijuana and expanded to Rosarito and who now bases his operation in Ensenada, and from Tijuana El Aquiles Arzate, and Victor Hugo Mejia Lopez, El Griego, who is fighting for the Ensenada plaza.

Tijuana divided and fought over by 5 cells

Between January the 1st and July 26th, the warring cells of drug traffickers have racked up 1137 lives in violent killings in Baja California

*844 in Tijuana
*92 in Ensenada
*90 in Mexicali
*48 in Rosarito
*23 in Tecate

In Tijuana, according to the Deputy Prosecutor for Special Investigation, Jose Maria Gonzalez, 90 killers have been detained, which if it were a hit man per victim, would mean a success rate in solving cases as 10%, 1 in 10.


To get an idea of the escalation in violence, suffice to say that last year, classified as the most violent since 2006, when statistical analysis began, 919 murder victims were counted; this year, 2017, without getting to the end of July, the total is 886 corpses in Tijuana.

In this context, Tijuana, the city with the highest criminal incidence, is being fought for by five criminal groups

*Cartel Arellano Felix, with influence in the north and northwest, in the Playas, Centro and Otay delegations. With pre-eminence in El Mirador, Los Laureles, Lazaro Cardenas, Soler, Herrera and La Mision.

*CJNG-CTNG, Jalisco and Tijuana Nueva Generacion, with presence in the centre, south, east and northeast of the city. With base of criminal operations in Sanchez Taboada, Camino Verde, Los Pinos, Sanchez Taboada and La Presa.

*Los Uriate, Sinaloa Cartel, in the centre, south and southeast of Tijuana, with preponderance in Altiplano, El Pipila, Camina Verde, Florido Delicas and Corredor 2000.

*Los Aquiles, Sinaloa Cartel, in the north, northeast, centre and southeast of the city. Major operations in Otay, Aeropuerto, Libertad, Villafontana, Lomas Taurinas.

*Los Tigres, Sinaloa Cartel, in the centre, north and southwest. They operate in La Joya, La Gloria, El Tecolote, Obrera, Santa Fe, Aleman and San Antonio de los Buenos.

El Tigre on the Ensenada-Rosarito-San Ysidro California route

This group of Jose Antonio Soto Gastelum, El Tigre, dedicated to the transit of marijuana, crystal, ice, and cocaine. In the last few months they have notably amplified their influence in Ensenada, as well as having incremented their participation in territorial struggle in Rosarito and Tijuana, where they already had a fortified presence.

Map of the deaths and injuries in Tijuana from 1st to 24th of July


He is not part of the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion, but follows Sinaloa, but they have an non-aggression pact, they are on the same side against Los Aquiles, detailed an investigator, and complemented, "they receive drugs from Ensenada, as well as controlling the sale of drugs in some zones of the port, they send drugs to Tijuana, in trucks and cars, with the United States as the end destination."

The areas where they operate actually are; Ensenada, Rosarito, and in Tijuana las colonias La Joya, La Gloria, Lazaro Cardenas, El Tecolote, Genearo Vazquez, Obrera, San Antonio de los Buenos, Del Prado, Santa Fe, Cuesta Blanca, Aleman and Jardin.

Under El Tigre in the criminal structure are Los Erres, headed by Javier Beltran Cabrera "R4", El Tigre also sent to the following to Ensenada to participate in the bloody struggle for territory: El Unico, and Jose Luis Aramburo Mondragon "El Mongus", and in Tijuana and Rosarito, Salvador Zavala "Chavita" and Armando Miramontes "El Cogo".

Soto has no arrest warrants against him, but was identified by local authorities in 2008, as a member of the Sinaloa cartel, coming originally from the group of Ignacio "Nacho: Coronel, with operations in Mexicali, and who supports Eduardo Garcia Simental "El Teo", for a relationship that works with with other drug dealers and traffickers in other states and countries, when he flipped from the Cartel Arellano Felix and started an internal war.

Between January and February of 2010, Eduardo and Manuel Garcia, El Teo and El Chiquilin, were captured. According to the version of events from the coordination group, Soto stayed in Tijuana as   head of this group together with Armando Robles "El Patotas", brother in law of "El Teo".

After moving some weight, in May of 2013, the DEA and the FBI denominated "El Tigre" as one of their most sought after criminals, and published a poster with his image and another four alleged traffickers from the Sinaloa cartel, and proportioned a telephone number for citizens to give information relating to his criminal activities and to offer data so he could be found.

In 2014, in defining the narco trafficking map of Mexico, the PGR referred to the existence of 9 cartels with 37 cells, in Baja California and designated Jose Antonio Soto Gastelum as head of one of the bands.

In November of 2014, the detention of Jehova Israel Ilhuicatzzi Morales "El Cuervo", informed that in Rosarito, Los Guichos, headed by Rosa Hernandez, had allied with "El Tigre". In 2013, Javier Beltran Cabrera "R4" was promoted to second in command of the cell of "El Tigre", when rival bands assassinated his brother Antonio.

In regards of "El Unico" the authorities have nothing more than his image and his nickname.

In respect of "El Mongus", he was detained in June of 2016 in Mexicali with a packet of ice, 2 thousand dollars and a 9mm pistol, the weapon was ballistics tested and found to be used on the homicide of a State Preventative Police officer Juan Fernando Ramos in 2010, but "El Mongus" was released.

Salvador Eduardo Zavala Narvaez was detained then set free for robbery on two occasions in May of 2008, and in the same month was pursued by the bodyguard of the then Municipal Public Secretary of Tijuana, Alberto Capella; he was wounded by PEP officers when he entered the building of that corporation.


Miramontes Ordaz was captured for kidnapping with another nine subjects nicknamed "Los Erres" in January of 2010, in an operation where the military rescued a kidnap victim, and secured two AK47's, 264 rounds of ammunition, one magazine, nine vehicles, 32,000 pesos, 85 grams of crystal and 20 grams of cocaine. He had been running criminal operations in 2008 under the orders of Saul Montes de Oca Morlett "El Ciego", head of the Cartel Arellano Felix. Lawyers paid by Soto Gastelum secured his release in July of 2014.

"El Checo", from Mexicali to Tijuana with Los Aquiles

Even though "El Checo" had some problems in 2013, the year that his friend criminal associate Gustavo Inunza Inunza "El Macho Prieto" was killed, because he killed family members of the heads of the Sinaloa Cartel, he controlled Mexicali for many years, but not only to carry drugs to the United States through the frontier with Calexico, he had agreements in place with the Arzate brothers to cross drugs through Tijuana as well.

The most common method is to send the product from Mexicali to Tijuana already hidden inside trailers ready to cross into San Ysidro, he is not fighting for control of the other towns because he has the state capital, he does have some problems with Los Garigay, but in general he doesn't have problems with internal struggles.

He operates with a low profile and has no arrest warrants against him, however in 2010, Gerardo Ortiz, the narco corrido singer in his album "Ni Hoy ni Manana", dedicated a song to "the plaza boss of Mexicali and Sonora" "El Checo" or "Clave 6".

In May of 2013, the Office of Foreign Assets Control of the United States Department of the Treasury (OFAC) issued an alert against seven Sinaloa cartel operators and accused Cenobio Flores of illegal operations in Mexicali.

That same year, but in April, the PEP made a failed operation to capture the trafficker, they showed up at a house in the Vista Hermosa sub division in Mexicali, however due to formalities of access, Flores was notified and fled, the Police only found his family members at the address.

The criminals operating under these capos are identified by authorities as:

*Jesus Antonio Parra Camargo "El Condor", former Sergeant in GAFE, identified as an operator of "El Checo" from October 2011, when he was detained with other subjects in Mexicali after two murders through drug disputes. He was included in a cell that contained municipal and ministerial agents as part of the criminal activities. He was arrested for 218 kilos of cocaine, 2.7 kilos of heroin, 2.1 kilos of ice, a pistol, a rifle, 372 rounds of different calibre ammunition and 17 magazines for various weapons.

* Luis Gabriel Medivil Avila, he was also detained as part of the Camargo group, his name is included in previous investigation by the PGR for his probable responsibility in the commission of crimes against health, violation of the Federal firearms act and explosives. He appears in the yellow pages of Mexicali where he announces himself as a bodybuilder.

These in turn has as assistants three men not identified by the State Security Council, who are only known by their nicknames; El Tony from Mexicali, Charly and El Ruso. In the transit from Tijuana to the United States, those from Mexicali rely on protection of Sinaloa: Ivan Pena "El Turbo" and Juan Carlos Parra Dominguez "300".

"El Furcio" doesnt operate in BC, as reported by the Federation

The Federal Government informed that on 21st of July, in Tijuana a building of apartments in the La Rioja Fraccionamiento, and in the operation participated Sedena the Criminal Investigation Agency and SEIDO they achieved the capture of Jorge Alberto Santos Gastelum "El 90" or "El Furcio". In the apartment the forces secured 260 dosis of crystal, in the same operation they detained an American national Jesus Fernando N, with a plastic bag with crystal.

MEXICALI



Federal authorities located one of the participants of the attack where five military were assassinated and eleven were injured on the 30th of September of 2016 in Culiacan, Sinaloa. In a communication they indicated that he was presumably responsible for the transit of heroin, cocaine and crystal, employing the route between, Culiacan-Tijuana-Los Angeles, California and that he carried out diverse functions for the Cartel del Pacifico in Tijuana, Baja California.

The detained is considered one the principal operators in the State, and his capture forms part of the objective detentions relevant to Miguel Angel Osorio Chong had promised on the 17th of July.

However, diverse personnel consulted in areas of investigation and intelligence of the State Security Council, informed:

He does not operate in Baja California, nobody detained has mentioned him, not for transit or for killings, and he is not considered as one of the objectives relative to anything of the local corporations, he came for refuge in Tijuana but he operates out of Culiacan.

For events that Santos Gastelum has registered in his previous two captures:

At the start of January 2008 in La Paz, Baja California South, when the Army detained him in the port terminal of Pichilingue together with five other subjects all from the Sinaloa Cartel in possession of nine radio comms sets, a 65,000 volt stun gun, gps satellite navigation, 14,996 dollars, a satellite telephone and 22 cell phones. He was accused of theft from a vessel, since they had stolen an oxygen tank of the ship that moved them to La Paz.

The second arrest was in Sinaloa, on the 16 of November of 2016, after the attack on the Military, for crimes against health and violation of the Federal firearms act, and he was released.

Municipals capture two priority objectives of the CJNG, PGJE frees them

Last week, Noe Rios and Raymundo Hidalgo were detained by elements of Secretariat of Municipal Public Security in Tijuana, in both cases the Police reports detailed that they were captured in possession of drugs; the first with a bag of half a kilo of marijuana and .38 calibre pistol with five rounds of ammunition, and the second in possession of 20 doses of crystal.

In both cases, the amount of drugs was considered more than that considered for personal use but both men were set free without charge.

Although that was not the reason for not prosecuting them, the two men argued in their defence that the Municipal Officials had planted the drugs on them, and that the arrest reports did not reflect the true manner of their capture.

On Sunday the 23rd of July, the Secretary for Public Security in Tijuana gave out a bulletin about the capture of a "recruiter for a criminal group", they detailed that the corporation had detained him during a patrol in Calle Palmas and Bulevar Diaz Ordaz in the Naranjos colonia, in possession of a .38 special pistol and a bag of marijuana.

Unofficially elements of the coordination group of Baja California informed Zeta that this youngster, 19 years old, is being investigated, and even though the principal objective is his brother, an alleged member of the CJNG, at the moment of his detention, he tried to make out that he is a member of the criminal cell of Jose Luis Mendoza Uriate, El Guero Chompas.

He is also being investigated for his possible involvement in the murder of Diego Araujo, who's body was found be-headed on Tuesday morning, July 11th, in Corredor 2000, on a plot of land in the Altiplano colonia, accompanied by a narco message " puro CTNG this is going to happen to all of the people of Guero Chompas and Lucas together with all the dirty dogs here and follow your Paulina and Alex , CTNG HAHA".

On the side of Rios, who is an Uber driver with no criminal antecedents, he gave out a version of events before the Municipals that the officers who detained him planted the weapon, and the drugs and lied in the homicide police report, and affirms that he has a witness.

Zeta requested confirmation from the Municipal Audit Office the complaint and information of it, but at the close of this edition, the administrator Marcela Guzman has not responded despite repeated insistence.

As for Raymundo Hidalgo Mendoza, previously captured in August of 2012, with a pack of marijuana and some scales, and in May of 2014 in possession of 70 doses of ice, and two bags of marijuana, the State Security Council has him denominated since 2016 as a member of a cell of CJNG. "We know he has lost some power because he is consuming a lot of the product he has for sale, but he continues in the business."

However the Attorney Generals office of the State, insist he is not involved and have no current investigations on him. "He said, and the corroborated it, that he works in a Maquiladora and that the police pick him up for no reason every time they see him.

For lack of coordination, "El Pizarro" also freed when accused of homicide

When interviewed on Monday 17th of July, Deputy Attorney General Jose Maria Gonzalez informed Zeta that a Judge had granted the PGJE an arrest warrant  against Arturo Pizarro Morales and or Armando Qunitero Bue "El Pizarro", alleged to be responsible for the murder of Agent R Uben Sydney Robles, committed in front of a witness in April of 2017. The man was arrested and released for the assault and attempted murder of an Uber driver during the second week of June this year.

However the State Prosecutors office did not register the pending arrest warrant in the National Registry of Official Commandments, so on Wednesday, July 26th, "El Pizarro" was arrested by Municipal agents in Tijuana and released because, in reviewing shared information, the homicide did not record any injunction against the individual.

*According to Mexican Law, all those mentioned in this jounalistic work, are presumed innocent, as long as they did not declare the responsibility to the judicial authority, Art.13, CNPP

Original article in Spanish at Zetatijuana

60 comments:

  1. It's known that cjng cell leaders and foot soldiers everywhere are tweakers thus their recent plight but meth will eventually be the downfall of the tweaker cartel. This article pointed that out briefly..

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    1. @719: wish you were rite but highly doubt it since there will always be new tweakers ready to take the place of the fallen.

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    2. Comments like this is why CJNG is taking over. CDS is hiring tweakers since eveyone is jumping ship and CJNG is taking piece by piece away. Im not a fan of cartels but Mencho has rhe money, power, and govt backing. And he respects rule # 2... Dont get high...

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    3. Yeah CJNG is taking over because of people who comment like 7:19 am here on BB ???lol. Maybe people dont realize the history Sinaloa has in the game and how OUT OF ALL THE Dominant cartels in mexico:Zetas,CDG, CDS, Cartel de Juarez, Cartel de Tijuana, BLO, CJNG out of those 7 Dominant and established cartels eventhough CJNG has yet to withstand the test of time we will add it to the list ... Out of those 7 dominant cartels 4 of them are ran and lead by a Sinaloense .

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    4. 9:50 of course cds , Beltranes and cartel de Juarez were working together in one point. They split and are fighting each other now. Guadalajara cartel got taken from Mencho and made it bigger calling it jalisco cartel now the most powerfull in mexico. "Snatched it from Sinaloa" now he's taking Tijuana from sinaloa too.

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  2. CAF holding on to the strongest route, but that's all that holds them.

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    1. I wonder what happened to the CAF guys who would always cooment on any TJ news. Not trying to make any one feel bad. Just crossed my mind.

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    2. I just ask myself the same question

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    3. They are disappointed and on cds nuts now in Tijuana hopping that cds take out cjng for taking out caf

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    4. There @ home chilling or somewhere in tj working tripping out on your comments. Yeah keep CAF out of this train wreck. CAF aint got shit to do with these neighborhood corners fights. This article maybe applies a la gente de la zonaja la cual cuida su zona y tiene linea con el CAF. Educate yourselfs 8.11 9.48 6.35. El semanario Zeta not so good of a source. Its been gone since blancornelas passed.

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    5. 6:35 lmao so true

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  3. 1137 executions times 10. Take into account the mass garves that have not been unearther yet. The soup of the day in some pozole, the ovens at the creamtorium, etc. 1137 is too low more like 10,000

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    1. Im not sure if the figures only include bodies that have been identified. 10,000 doesnt sounds too far fetched

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    2. I agree. 1137 tends to be on the light side for these animals. They enjoy using the wood chipper and mass graves every where that the bodies have not been discovered yet. And the use of the funeral parlors crematoriums. I have heard that more than once. Maybe the low number is in terms of "reported" or "officially announced as" the cause of death by execution.

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  4. Cds and cjng have half of Tijuana. Looks pretty even but eventually one will take onother one out, cjng doesn't have much time there so they actually took a big chunk from cds. Cds will not last if cjng keep taking cds areas

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    1. Not to mention that ctng is made of ex caf and cds who rather work with cjng.(chapulines)

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    2. Thanks brain surgeon. Cjng will not last in Tijuana. Mark my words, chapitos and mayo go full frontal and wipe out all scourges in next 6 months. Cds still holding Tijuana down. They never lost it amigo. Bdg and all these other publishers spit out bs, they don't know there ass from there mouth.

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    3. Well if the Sinaloa cells would stop fighting each other n become one then they would crush cjng. That's only my opinion so so relax keyboard worriers

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    4. Well my dear disciples,.you wuz told to grow and multiply,
      But too many of youses chose to subtract and divide to get sooner to your heavens on earth by following their Machiavelian princes of the dark.
      What are men of good will supposed to do?
      Investigste, know, inform others, denounce
      and take no BS from anybody.

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    5. 2:08 funny guy. So all the INFORMATION of cds infighting and losing plazas is fake news huh? Whatever nakes you sleep well at night lol

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    6. Mencho days are numbered.
      __^^_

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  5. Haven't heard of 1 bust, big or small, at any of the major Mexican ocean ports.
    Ton Loads of ephedrine from China greenlighted, and, of course, ton loads of cocaine from SA!
    Whoever controls those ports are getting very wealthy!

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    1. 9:10 well, that was the idea, remember somebody kicked the CT out of Puerto Lazaro Cardenas? And EPN is trying to privatize all the mexican maritime ports by the law of his little güebos and "give them to his friend Ricardo Pierdant, he pays for la gaviota's two floor apartment in Biscayne florida plus the real estate taxes, Google it, Miami Herald, it is a scandal, but people must have been paid to shut up.
      EPN denies he has any business deals with Ricardo pierdant, but Mr pierdant's sister works with EPN's government...
      " Ricardo Pierdant no, pero su hermana si." Google.

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  6. Despite the poverty and corrupt cops TJ used to be such a nice and fun place to visit. Nowadays it has turned into a sick and sad place filled with fear and terror.

    Me siento muy muy triste pensando en la tia :-(

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    1. Oh be quiet. You use to never go to TJ. You don't go now either

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    2. Thchinese and the Japanese want to buy that rotten piece of crap you call mexican peninsula de Baja California, and the price comes down a few million dollars a day with each death.
      Imagine, their own Hong Kong in Latin America!
      The US will be swimming in oceans full of meth and heroin. From San Diego to Ojinaga, the rest will fall on its own soon, like dominoes...

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    3. It's akways been like that tonto. It all starred with arellanos and cds fighting for tijuana now its cjng and cds

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  7. This article failed to point out that these wars in TJ are for control of the narcomenudeo in these neighborhoods. As far as who controls the smuggling corridor its still just CAF and CDS. I know for a fact these cjng cats dont want to be caught passing dope in TJ on either side.

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    1. You seriously think cjng is not crossing drugs through Tijuana? Lol

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    2. I agree with 9.24. They make a situation seem bigger than it really is. These battles are for neighborhood drug retailing control and yet look at the body count. This here is not a all out caf vs cds (ramon arellano style fuck em lets go look for them in sinaloa personally) Sure cjng smuggle work across sure they do.CAF charges them a percentage. Much lower than what they were charging aquiles then. Its bisuness at the end of the day.

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    3. @1:21 not anywhere close to what cds and caf do there guy. I know you like to believe cjng is king shit everywhere but they aint. CDS owns the American market and will continue because of their dominance at the border from TJ to Ojinaga. Let me guess you think just because they left that simpleton narcomanta in coahuila, they own it now?? Lol

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    4. So you think cjng is scared to cross their dope through tijuana for fear of caf and cds? Cjng called them out and are pushing them out as we speak. You make no sense boy

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  8. Puro vato bien carita.

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  9. Now why wouldn't they organize these routes along the entire border of the US? Seems like a big overlapping mess. Just like everything in Mexico. I can imagine the Nazis running the drug routes outta South America. It'd be like a well oiled efficient machine. What a waste of lives and resources. Sloppy people.

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    1. Is because to many morons with nothing but balls hold those places, is just too much greediness for those damn idiots, don't know why agencies from all over the world even allowed those animals to get above the rest that easily just by killing and destroying others.

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  10. Wait....all the expert commentators say there's no money in the mota???? Maybe those Mexicans are just flying and shipping tons across the Sea of Cortez and then trying to smuggle across the border for the challenge and excitement. Yeah that's got to be it!

    There's so much no money in it that I'm starting to hate the smell of that bulky paper that's turning my house into a fire hazard.

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    1. 1:51 why run to the too tight corners when the whole End Zone is open all over in between?
      And then yo have all the kickers and the Hail Marys and even those busters running into the field maked from Outside on all sides. Tá cabrón.

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    2. Who said anything about money & mota? Im pretty sure (according to this map) that Mexicans have enough challenge & excitement keeping things flowing.

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  11. Caf handle the strongest route that is why they all pay to play Sinaloa and Jalisco has to battle it out to see who will stay

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    1. It seems as CAF were on there way of dying out up until Cjng came to town

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    2. Lol you really think they pay To much internet

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    3. Cjng has no respect for caf or cds, they crossed the line already with taking half the city already...

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  12. ahhhh long gone are the glory days where one Mafia organization with a very strict modus operandi avtually knew how to manage the illegal pharmacuetical exportation business in Tijuana.

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    1. 7:00 this way nobody knows who the hands that rock the cradle in plain view, but hey, there are some little graphs there for your enjoyment, here here kitty kitty...

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  13. Wait so CDS has three huge cells operating and controlling the majority of Tijuana not to mention the entire city of Mexicali and CJNG only has 1 cell and because of that they already own Tijuana ? Wow CJNG doesnt stand a chance , Sinaloa Cartel has reduce cartel de Tijuana once the most powerful cartel in MX to pieces and have been in tijuana before Mencho was even born , might be exaggerating might not, but still its very obvious CDS has TJ on lock and now that their war with Damaso ended CJNG is in a serious disadvantage

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    1. Yea, your talking out your nalgas. Cds is still in a power struggle with mayo and chapos brothers and chapitos. Mayo is 70 years old and chapitos don't gave the experience to lead an organization. Shoot, they already got kidnapped lol and if it wasn't for mayo stepping in to negotiate tgey woyld be dead

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    2. Just because they draw circles on a map you think CDS is dominant. You have to ckeck who is filling the stockings of these politicians. If anyone has police family in TJ or Mexicali please ask who they are currently working for... CDS is not the answer you'll hear.

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    3. I have family around Mexicali and i hear "Jaliscos" are taking over

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    4. Where in mexicali? From la rumorosa to san felipe all the way up to bella vista cds has it on lock. Lots of fam's in cds who go back 35-40 years work in mexicali. Fams that no one or very lil people know about. Just to throw it out in the fire "el 20" or aka "el pena" just got out and as well "el muletas" for TJ (ex caf) is out as well. He is said to hookup with "la perra." And still will be working with el Mayo.

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  14. Baja Cali been a major hub since way back. I ran into an OS cat way out here who'd been through it in the early 80's with the pierda hitting in full swing. He say they had smoke dens back then. TJ big enough though to be sporten all that weight. Man as a tourist like just sticking to the market square is it safe. That in itself would be like an edgy trip to do. Off the chain mane gottuh hand it to them boys. A man will do what he has to do to survive.

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  15. nice research, homes

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  16. En Tijuana todos pagan plaza asta los turistas se tienen que mochar

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    1. No mames guey me la remediates. Im going just to check it out. Wait for me at the door so I can pay my tax.

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  17. DAMASOS, venganse a las 4. No se queden en el pasado, no se vayan a quedar bien DORMIDOS.

    Ya no estamos en los tiempos de antes. Quédense con el pasado y eso seran.

    La NUEVA opción es la mejor. Piensenlo bien. Buen dia.

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  18. Hay les va el muletas. Ya anda fuera y va con todo contra cjng

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    1. Apoco te dijo wuey!?

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  19. Nut-huggers are in denial. Asta se hacen los ciegos.

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  20. Los tecatos del aquiles andan muy desesperados matando mujeres y niños. Ahi estan los videos para que vean que no es juego en cachitos tu gebte aquiles. Sigue la limpia CTNG-P

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  21. #Change.org Ban Chivis the Liberal

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