Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Tijuana: The Executors

Original article available at ZETA
Translated by El Wachito

To this date, 1071 executions have been reported in Baja California. This sum has already surpassed the executions in 2014, 2015, and its about to surpass the executions of 2016. The Coordination Group has decided to focus their efforts on the capture of the Cell Leaders, who in their insane war, they have dedicated themselves to fight over the small scale drug sale points. The executors are 3 from "Los Aquiles" and 2 from "Los Chompas" of the Sinaloa Cartel; 2 of the "Pilotos" who belong to CAF; and 3 from CJNG. Only 1 has apprehension orders. 

Víctor Hugo Mejía López, "El Griego". René Arzate García, "La Rana" Alfredo Arzate García, “El Aquiles” , "El Mayor".

With 165 murders in Tijuana and 197 murders in Baja California, May was listed as the bloodiest month in the border city. Then in June, with 206 executions across the state, became the most violent state of the country. In that context, during the last six weeks, the State Secretary of Public Security, Daniel de la Rosa Anaya, has repeated in speeches and interviews that the fact that until July 14 there were 1,071 executed in BC and 824 only in Tijuana, Does not mean that there are thousands of assassins. The reality is that they are a few hitman and most of them belong to three cartels.

De la Rosa has made an effort to point out that those responsible are barely a dozen of traffickers and that their hitmen are not many. He speaks about 60 hitman, but only eight account for the majority of the victims.

According to the Coordination Group, a member of the municipal order explained that the hitmen seem numerous because when arrested or killed, they are quickly replace. "For example, we are realizing that the life of a killer is not very long", and depends on the information that they have.

He explained that the sicario - started as a thief and a drug dealer - then he was ordered a series of murders in which the sicario has no idea who the victim is, or their environment, or relationships, or role, who or what criminal group It represents; they are Only given a description and a location of the person to kill. Sometimes they even provide him with a weapon that he has to return.

"For the fourth or sixth homicide the sicario begins to realize what their boss's intentions are with the killings and then they order his death, and they replace him," ZETA informed.


Some of these thugs are "independent" men and women who commit homicides for the highest bidder, today for a cartel and tomorrow for their competitor. In fact, as in previous years, to date it is investigated if there is any criminal who is renting weapons for the various cartels to execute; Including weapons that have been stolen from officers of this and other states.

The Coordination Group has decided to concentrate its search of the perpetrators of the murders. The drug trafficking cell leaders of the Sinaloa cartels, Arellano Felix (CAF) and Jalisco Nueva Generación (CJNG). Since early June, they have requested collaboration from the federal authorities, who responded negatively, despite the fact that these men are engaged in federal drug trafficking offenses, and as evidence, cargoes of kilograms, liters and / or tons of marijuana, cocaine and heroin have been confiscated.


Juan José Pérez Vargas, “El Piolín”, “R7”, “Jp”. Edgar Alejandro Herrera Pardo, “El Caiman”, “El Zame” Israel Alejandro Vázquez Vázquez, “El 50”, “El Goofy”.
The government forces of President Enrique Peña evaded their responsibility of investigation because the subjects in question do not have arrest warrants, which they lack because the Attorney General's Office does not even investigate them for their drug-trafficking activities.

Thus, since June, the Federal Government has left all the work to the local authorities, the responsibility remains for the operative forces of Baja California, state and municipal police - supported by the Army in the basis of operations - and the challenge is to Surprise the leaders of the criminal groups in flagrancy in order to apprehend them.

Francisco Javier Mendoza Uriarte “El Chapito Uriarte”.José Luis Mendoza Uriarte, “El Guero Chompas”.

The Executors: Ten top priority ...

At this time, the most wanted men are the same subjects that for several years have been identified by the Coordination Group as drug trafficking leaders in Baja California, some of whom have even been arrested and released. These are nine men who have no warrant for arrest, and one more, the only one in which the Federation showed interest because it has an arrest warrant.

According to intelligence reports from the Baja California Coordination Group, most of the security houses of these alleged offenders are in private subdivisions, making it difficult to enter and surprise them in flagrant criminal acts. Even more difficult: they spend most of the time in other states of the Mexican Republic.

Here is the list of the Executors:

Cartel of Sinaloa / Cell "Los Achilles"
  1. Alfonso Arzate Garcia alias "The Achilles" or "El Mayor ". Marked as the number one target, he has an active arrest warrant for homicide since 2012. He is 44 years old and, according to intelligence groups, is not in Baja California; Is kept in motion in several security houses in Sinaloa and Sonora.
  2. René Arzate "La Rana" or "El General". Alfonso brother and ten years younger, started as head of the "Aquiles" hit men and climbed to a senior position in the cell that transports drugs to the United States. In 2007 he was investigated as alleged responsible for injuries and attempted homicide, and in 2008 they opened a file for aggravated assault by reason of kinship, he shot his wife.
  3. Víctor Hugo Mejía López "El Griego". In 2013 he was arrested twice, the crime he attributed and for which he was released was possession of weapons exclusively for the use of the Army, he was even investigated for the murder of municipal police Jesús Hurtado in March 2012, but was never charged . Authorities place him as the middle command under "The Aquiles," however, versions of uncorroborated criminals indicate that the 29-year-old could be involved in the large-scale drug trafficking run by La Rana.

Cartel of Sinaloa / Cell "Los Chompas" and / or "Los Uriarte"  
All related to Raydel López Uriarte, arrested in February 2010:
  1. José Luis Mendoza Uriarte "El Güero Chompas". He is 37 years old, in 2009 he was captured with possession of weapons for exclusive use of the Army; In 2011 and 2012 he was arrested for manslaughter, criminal association and possession of stolen vehicle; In 2014 he was arrested with guns and a grenade and,  February 2017, he was released. According to the Coordination Group, he fights against the CJNG for the criminal control of the Eastern Zone of Tijuana.
  2. Francisco Javier Mendoza Uriarte "El Lucas" or "El Chapito Uriarte ". The Coordination Group was looking for him since the end of 2015 for drug trafficking and homicide issues, it was one of the 65 priority objectives of the State Security Council. The State Preventive Police (PEP) detained him on Saturday, June 4, 2016, and handed him to the Specialized Investigation Office of Organized Delinquency, as well as the weapons he was detained with: a long weapon, a .380 caliber With chargers and cartridges, as well as just over a million pesos in cash. "El Lucas", currently 33, was released.

Cartel Arellano Félix (CAF) / Cell "Los Pilotos"
  1. Prospero Medina Avilés "El Pablito". Almost 43 years old and a former ministerial police officer, he was executed in 2001 in an arrest warrant for abuse of authority and, in November 2006, he was suspected of having participated in an armed attack against municipal police. The most recent public appearance of his name was in a narcomanta hanging on a bridge in Tijuana on February 23, 2016, where alleged CJNG leaders demanded him and 13 other members of the CAF recognize them "... as partners and members of the plaza or a new war would begin ".
  2. Pablo Edwin Huerta Nuño "El Flaquito ". According to information provided by the Coordination Group, until mid-2016 he was being investigated for an attempted bribery in October 2012, evading a fine for not having a drivers license. Now, the file of the young man of 26 years old includes a prison report by using a weapon marked as "exclusive use of the Army" in 2012.

New Generation Jalisco Cartel (CJNG) / New Generation Tijuana Cartel (CTNG)
  1. Juan José Pérez Vargas "El Piolín". With 36 years recently, the Mexican American has a record on both sides of the border: in 2007, at the age of 26, he was arrested in Tijuana for violent robbery and firearm possession; In 2011 he had a penitentiary income for possession of a weapon of exclusive uses of the Army; And since 2015 operates as head of the expansion of the CJNG in Tijuana.
  2. Israel Alejandro Vázquez Vázquez "El 50" or "El Goofy ". According to reports by the authority, he is 42 years old, he had already committed criminal offenses for other cartels, but his file only includes two prison admissions: one in 2010 for vehicle theft and another in 2012 for violent robbery. In 2015, the Jalisco cell was integrated as an armed wing and considered violent. In November 2016, when his photograph was first published in the 2222 edition of ZETA , investigations and wiretaps detected that this assassin ordered, as a warning, an armed attack on the offices of this Weekly during non-working hours, which To be detected by the authorities and exhibited by the press, was not executed.
  3. Édgar Alejandro Herrera Pardo "El Zame" or "El Cayman".  30 years old, and in the criminal organization chart of the Coordination Group they have link him as a subordinate of Arturo Gómez Herrera "The Gross" , assassinated in October of 2016 in Jalisco and considered chief of hired assassins of the CJNG-CTNG.

63 comments:

  1. How can half of these guys been arrested numerous times in the last 5 yrs for crimes like shooting the wife, possession of grenades, armed attacks on police, murder of police, etc, etc, & they are roaming the streets today? Mexico, you don't stand a chance. Good luck amigos

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    1. That's multinational organized crime type of stuff. That fckn state looks alot like the californication state.

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    2. Dude a 'system' like this can onöy exists if there is desperation (aka poverty), government complicity (aka corruption) and a profit to be made (aka demand for illicit drugs).

      The corruption part answers your question, rite?

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  2. So the CTNG is not allied with CAF? Are they enemies?

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    1. Its mainly the new generation of CAF who have decided to align themselves with CJNG. The older memberz prefer to make money instead of fighting over retail corners. What's happening in Tijuana is mainly CDS vs CJNG with some younger CAF members in the mix while the rest of CAF have no real beef with CDS and have respected the truce between the 2 groups

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    2. Old school cafe are hiding. Cafe and CSS got no truce. But you're right on the too part.

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    3. There's no more old school caf if you notice all the new migrants to tj are from Jalisco michoacan Colima the 80s 90s was Sinaloa 2000s was DF my point is that the youngsters are clicking up

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    4. 6:42 no seas mentiroso la mayoria de la gente que a llegado a la 664 son puro chiapaneco ,oaxaquilla y guerrerillo que van a chingarle a las maquiladoras .

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  3. Tijuana is reaching Juarez Level

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    1. Juarez is several levels below Tijuana at the moment. Tijuana is all kinds of fucked up. There is no real leader running the show.

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  4. Wonder why the federales won't help?
    The tijuana cartel nueva generacion allied with cjng de las Jaliskas must be with the chilangas, the hank rohn and the owner of CJNG, EPN IS FULLY OCCUPIED IN PROMOTING THEM.
    And then there is that need to force the polesia nazional to more efficiently control drug trafficking and extorsion-kidnapping for ransoms they specialize on.
    Did anybody consult "ironsides" leyzaola about this?

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    1. The Federales are corrupt!

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    2. 3:53 Pos a Güebo, most all that emanates from Mexico City is tons and tons of BS and chilangos y cuicos rateros y asesinos.

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  5. Gross is extreme right in 2nd set of pictures,not Goofy

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  6. Lots of tuggle war war going on here. I dont know about the rest of the border towns but Tijuana is super populated. I mean its ridiculous the amount of people who live here. So many places to hide and blend in. Not to mention all the gangs from LA and San Diego trying to get a piece of the action. Im surprised we don't have more homicides.

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  7. Something is clearly evident for the continuous violence in BC and Tijuana. The release of such individuals and lack of investigations. Despite apprehensions of military issue weapons. No thorough investigation is conducted. Moreover, corruption within municipal officials for releasing such criminals.
    Mexico will continue to face an epidemic of violence if judiciary measures are not applied.
    Referring to the catch and release program like that of fishing restrictions here in the US. A Tougher stance is needed for public safety concerns. Furthermore,tougher sentencing guidelines for those with weapons of military grade. Maybe a law prohibiting weapons for any convicted criminal. With a mandatory minimum sentencing guideline.
    I'm sure there are those who will object to such implementation. As a joke due the availability of guns criminals possess in the US. Nevertheless, something is better than nothing!

    E42

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    1. Poverty, corruption and demand are the underlying causes. Only by addressing them directly will there be a solution.

      A 'tougher stand' is a gringo recipe when you dont understand the system and only spawns more bloodshed.

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    2. All the problem bets fixed if you tell every pinchi gramero "llevame con tu lider o te mocho los güebos"
      ("take me to your leader or i'll chop off your bolls"!)
      And voilá, all over again, the problems will end like magic.

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    3. Problem is threats of chpping testicles off haven't worked.

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    4. Well, you have to carry out the offer, and leave the perps alive to witness and profess,
      emasculate, but don't eviscerate

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  8. Flaquito having an arrest warrant for attempted bribery😂

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  9. Wow. It's time to open up shop. A mortuary of course. Lots of money to be made with all of these killings!
    El huero de los altos...

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    1. Thats all been taken up there is lots of competition just drive by el dif in tj about 10 mortuarys all side by side

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  10. I don't see no mention of BLO this article is bougus

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    1. The ten most wanted.maybe they are nr 11. Dont sorry about, at the end they will be killed too.

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    2. BLO is as relevant as Pablo Escobar. Jaja

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    3. Blo is going the way of the Indians

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  11. These guys r worst then Pablo Escobar, 5 kill streak n then u get wacked for it. Puro pinche cochinero con esta nueva generación
    -💯

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    1. what the hell are they saying? that they kill their own man after 5 or 6 kills? why would someone will still want to work as a sicario knowing that they'll be executed by their own people? that's BS if you ask me.

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    2. @12:17 They make it seem as if a rival gun them down or most likely get the cops on the payroll to wack them. Chapo also dropped the men working on his tunnels after they finish that one was pretty obvious though

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    3. Poverty and/or addiction! What poverty makes people do is nasty and if it is a tweaker you are asking double trouble!

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    4. 12:17 smart people start noticing the patterns, after a few successful operations, the puppeteers know their puppets are about to fall, and chose to whack them up before they start snitching or getting wise, drugs also make people paranoid, even if it is only grifa, old style mexican never pressed into a brick grifa en greña with seeds and brancbes,
      some jackasses even get crazy on second hand smoke, ask me.

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    5. That's his it goes.

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    6. 12:17, 5:58, 6:35 Princes like to be helped, but not surpassed. When you counsel someone, you should appear to be reminding him of something he had forgotten, not of the light he was unable to see. It is the stars who teach us this subtlety. They are brilliant sons, but they never dare to outshine the sun. -P

      - Sol Prendido

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    7. 5:58 stop watching to much Netflix. You're right sol prendido, ay esta el Ivan de ejemplo.

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  12. Without a credible justice system, Mexico will continue its downhill spiral.

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    1. I think you mean downward* spiral

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    2. Yes I agree but more similar to the US legal debacle than you might realize. I'm a Dallas Public Defender (just say 10+ years) and our system is corrupt too with criminals that can afford the attorneys who contribute to judges election campaigns getting plea bargains and petty slap on the hands, meanwhile the same judges are locking up young men (primarily black and Hispanic) for selling poor quality nickel bags so the judge can look "tough on crime" when he's up for re-election. Like Mexico our system benefits those with money and connections while the kids that never had an opportunity are thrown away like garbage for the political benefit of a few.

      Both US and Mexico are a pay to play Justice kangaroo court.

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    3. Most of the enormous sums of mola that the drug trade generates is spent on bribes. Get it?

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    4. @135: very good insight and a real teller on how come we are not able (or rather willing) to stop the flow of drugs. Corruption US-style is just better packaged and marketed than mexican-style corruption, but corruption it is nevertheless.

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    5. @1:35 am
      You definitely hit it on the button with your analogy of the judiciary system.
      You are correct as to the high percentage of minority's incarcerated in the US. Moreover, where money is a factor for those seeking a slap on the wrist or an acquittal.
      It's a broken system. A policy favoring those with monetary influence. Moreover, the political scheme to continue with the discriminatory practices of an unjust society.
      America holds the world record of incarcerated individuals.

      E42

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    6. 8:12 Pos a Güebo, Correctional Centers of America must make a living, too, and keep alive the hopes of their investors and stockholders, because all their money is gone, it has all been invested offshore, will never come home and must keep appearances of progress and reports at all times...

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    7. 4:09 almost all the lower level middle men get paid some pellizquitos for their endeavours, and they must sell it or eat it, that is the main reason they are killing each other
      They need a union and laws to protect them, minimum wages and be able.to sue their employers, retroactively, putting the law on their side may help a.little.

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  13. Best course of action is to make sure these shits get killed while "resisting arrest" or something similar.

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    1. The kill ratio during these 'encounters' is already phenomally high, but if you read the article you would realize it is of no use: the sicarios are EASILY replaced.

      The question is: how come it is so easy to replace these guys? Poverty or addiction or both perhaps?

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    2. Y pà que los agarren?
      Nomás en identificarlos se les acaba el gas a los del pinchi gobierno mariguano corrupto de mierda.

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    3. For Real. For the rush, status
      & reputation, to be known as a psiko alone, people will kill one another.

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  14. seems too dangerous

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  15. Tuggle war... haha

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    1. Les van a hacer toggle toggle con los botones del radio
      @3:36 no me presta su radito?

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  16. With all that money being made, why do these Cartels bring so much attention with all that violence. I bet if they could keep the violence down, there wouldn't be so much law enforcement on them. I understand if someone robs you or doesn't pay their debt back but some of these killings are senseless. I'm sure they aren't doing themselves any favors this way but what do I know, I live in the States.

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  17. With all that money being made from the trade, I don't understand why they cant all eat. I know some violence will come from the trade but these guys go all out and forget why they got into the game in the first place, MONEY!! Wouldn't law enforcement be less vigilant if the violence was down? Guess everyone wants to be the boss.

    -El Bori

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    1. U just answered your own question brotha, greed .

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    2. So true El Bori. It makes me so sad to see your wonderful nation being destroyed by all this insanity.

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    3. Stste Sonsored Terrorism scares people off other alternatives competing with them to govern, heating up the plaza makes you chose other government, makes people run to the waiting arms of worse people, as happened when some of it helped EPN GET ELECTED, and even used FECAL's War on Drugs against fecal with complicity.of the armed forces and police under fecal command. Of course, Carlos salinas de gortari behind the scenes and epn's favourite local.war lords.like.cesar duarte, el bertie boy.moreira, rodrigo medina, salinas luis potosi, fidel herrera beltran (Z1#2) and cesar duarte, MAO osorio chón, and la pantera rosa owner of more than 2000 taps of huachicoleros,
      Pinchi epn was governing all along when fecal was president.
      Then you get the different plaza buyers as when the CDS PAID: "MANELICH CASTILLA CRAVIOTTO EL HOMBRE QUE VENDIÓ SAN LUIS POTOSI AL CDS POR 10 MILLONES DE PESOS".
      he also forced SLP SSPE enrique francisco galindo ceballos to quit, and the story repeated when galindo ceballos resigned again as policia federal chief after TLATLAYA and Craviotto assumed his position, Castilla Craviotto is a member of CARLOS SLIM HELU PLATAFORMA MEXICO, where he appears as owner of all of mexico. there is somebody "government" always behind the terrorist campaigns, it is easy because they can, they own the commanders and the narcos and the plazas, others jus pay their quotas, or don't.

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  18. Cjng - ctng is taking over

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  19. The most tragic thing about all of this is that the people of Mexico are being terrorized by their own. I wish the cartels would just stop the violence. I am sure the US have enough appetite for drugs for the cartels to work together and still make money. I am not supporting drug use but surely its time for you great Nation to be safe and at peace for all of its citizens.

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    1. 7:42 do you really think "the cartels", the american pushers or the drug addicts on both countries are to be blamed and that they beat the poor impotent government, its agents, double agents, soldiers, marinas and police corporations with billion dollar budgets, weapons and dozens and dozens of soldiers per narco? Well, if you do, then you really deserve a princely visit to see if his foot fits your shoe. Because there is nothing but the devil and dirty money launderers behind those tall fairy tales of official impotence. They are pathetic.

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    2. 7:42 do you really think "the cartels", the american pushers or the drug addicts on both countries are to be blamed and that they beat the poor impotent government, its agents, double agents, soldiers, marinas and police corporations with billion dollar budgets, weapons and dozens and dozens of soldiers per narco? Well, if you do, then you really deserve a princely visit to see if his foot fits your shoe. Because there is nothing but the devil and dirty money launderers behind those tall fairy tales of official impotence. They are pathetic.

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  20. Even if they clean up the crime in tj it will never be the same so many Chinese have bought tj business and property they don't care about Mexicans they want the money at the least expense

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  21. It's a fucking fact which I have no proof of, no citations no quotes, articles in support of, but neither the US Government or Mexican Government want the WOD's won or drugs legalized, because of all the corrupt officials on both sides the border would either have to stop directly stuffing their pockets with cash and start closing down private and government run prisons, lay off 60% of law enforcement, both federal and state including border patrol, as well as local. Start mass closings of drug rehabs and rehabilitation communities, initiate procedures to close 60% or more of the courts and the probation and parole offices and other ancillary offices that deal with all drug offenders. In addition to stopping all armed forces programs involving drug activity.

    Let's face it, I honestly believe that people that wanted to quit using drugs, could still do so via what rehabs or AA/NA the was still available and also with the new drug education and prevention implemented with diverted funds there would be way less users in the future. Plus also I just don't see huge amounts of increases in new user's, if any, running out to start shooting heroin, Meth or cocaine.

    Bottom line to many fat ass lazy fucks would have to go out and get real jobs instead of running around messing with drug users.

    Hey, just my two cents worth. I'll probably get my post deleted, but it really is a discussion that all the countries of both N and S America need to start seriously discussing and making or governments implement, which will be very close to impossible.

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