Thursday, September 28, 2017

14 killed and 8 wounded in rehabilitation centre mass shooting in Chihuahua

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

Subject Matter: Centro de rehabilitacion Uniendo Familias
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required


Reporter: AFP
No less than 14 persons were killed and 8 wounded Tuesday night in the city of Chihuahua, when an armed commando attacked a rehabilitation centre for drug addicts informed the local Police.

"An armed group gained access to the inside of the centre of the Rehabilitacion Uniendo Familias and commenced to shoot the residents, killing 14 persons as well as leaving another 8 wounded", informed a press release of the Secretary for Security of the city of Chihuahua, capital city of the State.

According to the Secretary for Security, the attack against the centre for rehabilitation, was perpetrated with assault rifles. It is estimated that 25 persons were inside the centre during the attack, which produced a mobilization of first aiders to attend to the wounded.






Dozens of local Police patrols as well as State Police flooded the area while others established a search zone to try to find those responsible for the attack, who are presumed to be linked to organized crime.

Chihuahua which shares and ample border with the United States, is one of the States hit hardest by narco trafficking violence where the Juarez cartel operates fighting against the other criminal groups like the Sinaloa cartel.

The violence in Chihuahua seemed to have fallen but in the last year there have been a glut of attacks, above all in Ciudad Juarez, which shares a frontier with El Paso, and which a decade ago was considered one of the most dangerous cities in the world.

In the last decade, the violence linked to drug trafficking, has produced no less than half a dozen attacks against drug rehabilitation centres that the authorities signalled are adjustment of accounts between rival organized crime groups.

According to authorities, the gangs linked to narco trafficking, suspect that members of rival groups take refuge to hide there , which has led to the indiscriminate attacks.

81 comments:

  1. Between this and the bar incident recently, it's obvious someone is heating up Chihuahua.

    I doubt it's La Linea (or NCDJ)... CDS stirring shit up again? Hope we don't see Juarez all over again...

    Or is Mencho going for full domination?

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    1. CDS was known to attack rehab centers before in Juarez. Guess their up to their old tactics.

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    2. Mencho is hiding right now in the sierras of Jalisco. They are after him big time

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    3. 5:59. I was just gonna say that. Definitely looks like cds work

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    4. Word on the streets is it is a bounce back attempt by the Juarez Cartel. My sources on the ground are trying to confirm this but apparently leadership within the Juarez Group has decided they can quantify their coverage by carrying an all out assault on those who hinder them most. That's the playback I'm getting from boots on the ground.

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    5. @8:12 they hire drug users to do their job and now they say these people hinder them?

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    6. 7:08 you stole my comment too. Baad!
      Apparently these rehabilitation centers do great damage to local grameros, and they are not going to allow the messing with their maruchan, they had enough of a hard time addicting the mophaka to allow some CT styled rehabilitation centers like the ones they closed before, using the same technology of killing all the "rehab aspirants" they could.

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    7. Smaller gangs with less criminals on the payroll and lacking trained workers for kidnapping, hits, beat downs, can always access quick workers at rehabs where they trade get addicts high and trade out dope for work. When the competing gang knows which rehabs their enemies are getting quick recruits from they'll make a statement like this and shut down the rehab friendly to their competing gang.

      Dwight

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    8. SO MANY PEOPLE IN THE KNOW ON THIS SITE!! It's a wonder the DEA/CIA don't don't form their game plan based on all these experts. CORNBALLS!!

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    9. We got the Cartel Intelligence Agency on here.

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    10. 12:14 nice, but we have to keep feeding the animals,
      it is our passion, and you are welcome very much.

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  2. No boundaries when it comes to retribution!

    E42

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    1. Shooting people indiscriminately without properly knowing or identifying their targets shows an act of desperation or simple cowardness by the perpetrators. For all everyone knows is that maybe one or two of the people dead were involved in the game and not the rest?

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    2. @E42: Why the hell would a bunch of unarmed narcos want to stay in a rehab center?

      It makes no sense at all and what makes no sense is mostly not true (especially if the government claims it to be true).

      The only thing that makes sense is that rehab centers are bad for business and organized crime tend to ruthleslly eliminate that/those which are bad for business!

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    3. Shoot 1st (since they can get away with it)ask questions later just like the location scout for the series 'Narcos'.

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    4. @8:36
      You do make a valid point!
      Curious if this is the only rehabilitation center in that area? If so?Can make sense that someone who profits from drug sales can see such a harm to their business.

      E42

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    5. Local Chihuahua newspapers are begenning to report that the attack on this rehab center was carried out by Aztecas against Mexicles who were found to be inside that rehab center. At least four Mexicles died but all the dead where at least ex gang members hence labeled as such for life.

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    6. 8:36 since when ADDICTS have to be 'armed'?
      In my addiction treatment t center we only had to go for 3p hours, and often the time and dates were up to us, because people work and different hours apply, not every treatment center is public funded or a rich boys club experience, specially in mexico.

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  3. These are terrorists and must be treated as such.

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    1. That's been the the question all along.
      How or when does one become categorized
      as such? Moreover, where the gloves come off by government officials to apply full force and restore order?
      Looking more like negligence from government officials due to the involvement with those cartels.

      E42


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    2. Every cartel in Mexico meets the DoD and UN definition of a terrorist organization. If people really wanted to end the drug problem in Mexico all they'd have to do is deal with the cartels in the manner we deal with terrorist groups. If the Mexican government doesn't want to allow us to do so, too damn bad. There have been more overdose deaths in the US in the last year than Afghanistan and Iraq combined, the majority of those caused by drugs sold by cartels or their affiliates. War by chemical weapons instead of guns.

      With no cartel paying them off the cops and politicians in Mexico will have to clean their country up just to maintain their own lifestyle (self interest is a wonderful motivator), or they'll risk Venezuela type citizen protests where they can't use Maduro's tactics of repression right on the U.S. border. It's amazing how not getting shot at tends to make the average citizen more willing to come out against their government...

      KB

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    3. Good point!
      However, I find it impossible for Mexican government to stop their illicit activities.
      No such official wants to give up a means of income. Unfortunately, greed is what powers most Mexican officials.
      And as long as the demand for drug consumption is high. Expect no changes!

      E42

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    4. 7:56; "End the drug problem in Mexico"??? Lol buddy the drug problem has always been in the USA and if people really wanted to end cartels the US would do something about the demand that empowers the cartels.
      Dwight

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    5. Would you imagine what would happen here in the U.S with all the junkies not receiving their daily dose? Dont come out with "U.S should fund clinics to clean them" because the truth is even in the U.S they dont give a shit about the drug problem. You must be playing Ghost recon badlands to much. How involved are you in the community you are in? Do you know of whats happening in your streets? What are you doing to make your community drug free? I volunteer at a local B&G club, and mentor them. It takes more than bullets to win this pandemic war on drugs.

      Want to help end the drug war? Teach the youth not to get tangled with it, our schools are BS. Drugs are moved throughout most of the high schools in the U.S unfortunately.

      This war takes more than gun blazing strategies.


      -lowe

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    6. The definition of a terrorist is someone who interferes with the normal running of Government. The people who perpetrated this are murderers in my humble opinion.

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    7. Thanks for the true definition of terrorism.
      And see the logic. However, wouldn't you think that cartels do interfere with running of government? Influencing government officials to permit such illicit activities. Influenced by measures of threats, violence and death?
      So essentially they can be categorized as terrorists.
      Just looking at this in a legal perspective.
      Nevertheless, thanks for the legal terminology.

      E42

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    8. @E42, That's why I said the cartels need to be removed. The government won't stop the cartels as long as they are being paid, but remove the cartel and you remove the vast majority of those payments. Without the cartel as a bad guy excuse the police forces won't be able to operate as they have. And those individuals in government positions that try to continue the drug trade are out in the open by virtue of their positions, so they'll be even easier to deal with than the cartels are.

      @8:34, And how do you get an addict to stop taking the drugs? You remove their access to said drugs; long-term rehab centers, etc. Take out the cartels, same end result, removal of access to the drugs. Sure, the individual has to want to quit, but why would they when the supply is so readily available? I suppose it depends on whether you consider drug use a moral failing or a disease. Since significant current opinion points to addiction as a disease you cannot then point your finger at the diseased and blame them for the problem.

      @Otis, In this particular instance, yes. However, overall cartel activity DOES meet the definition of terrorism. They are using violence, or the threat of violence, to force a change in the political structure of an area. Per Webster's; violent or destructive acts (such as bombing) committed by groups in order to intimidate a population or government into granting their demands.

      KB

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    9. I think different situations can never be measured or compared but ehen a criminal orgaization kills like this or ehen the zetas killed 70something ppl at one time its damn near close to what them terrorost do. The mexican goverment shld simply exterminate this organizations first.

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    10. @11:30, Not saying the entire solution is to only deal with the cartels. I acknowledge the need to deal with the problem in our communities as well. But as long as the supply is there the majority of addicts that get helped will fall back into old habits. Going out and teaching kids not to use (or sell) in the first place, something I also do, works to a degree; but when they can see the guy down the street in his fancy car and all his nice stuff while their parent(s) works their butt off to scrape by it is hard to convince some of them not to take that route.

      Yes, the solution requires more than guns and bullets. However, thinking that this can be solved ONLY by community outreach is absurd. The problem must be dealt with at all three levels. 1) People before they become users, 2)users rehabilitated and helped to get their lives back together, and 3) the cartels and gangs supplying the crap. 2 out of 3 won't do it either.

      KB

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    11. E42 as this article is about the events at the rehabilitation centre I was referring to the act perpetrated there and not in general about cartels.

      If you were asking my opinion about cartels in general I would agree to the extent that in some states at some periods in time, like the KT in Michoacan during the period when La Tuta was in charge, it was narco government and not government since the KT ran everything.

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    12. Thanks Otis
      I am aware of the difference between this article and generally speaking with past instances.
      You make a point!

      E42

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    13. Terrorists also mean to hurt or kill innocent people including children. Cartels like in this case might have targeted specific people involve in illicit activities. No children presentnor targeted.

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  4. Let's see who that dumbfuck Corral the governor of Chihuahua is going to blame for the violence in his capital city this time??? He recently blamed the Juarez mayor for the recent violence in Juarez talking out of his ass! Now that these massacres are happening locally is he going to take responsibility for them in Chihuahua? Very much doubt it!!!

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    1. 6:03 I doubt the chihuahua Mormons are going to be a lot of help to Corral, but he could deputize a state civil defense styled after the AutoDefensas, "properly regated" and get rid of all the other police corporations and melitary facking around the state, and don't be surprised if corral can't, because the federal polesia nazional is against that shet, they can't do their job and won't, because that their bread and butter, they federales in charge, governors usually can't do much other than stealing and getting "their states" in debt.
      I bet former governor Cesar "el capulina" Duarte would love to come back and redeem his beloved state by delivering it back to his flock.

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  5. Cjng has to be involved in all of this

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  6. CDJ killing off the CDS methheads?

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    1. Sorry but get updated CDJ just lost key points in chihuahua, both cuahtemco and madera are going to CDS, thanks for the rupture of El tigre from el 80, tigre’s crew joined CDS, and are now going at it. Desde sonora reciben ordenes los viejos

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  7. old tactic i haven't seen in a long while

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    1. Yeah Chivis, wasn't that an LFM, KT, and AFO (or done alot in Tijuana) tactic from several years back?

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    2. Don't forget we have a search bar to access a massive amount of historical information.

      simply type in REHAB and see what comes up, reporting on these rehab hits go back to 2010. including why they happen. these used to be a regular occurrence especially in Juarez.

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    3. at 8:46 yes, but I do believe it was juarez and chih, along with coahuila, durango but mostly chih. and then it stopped. so weird. damn narcos never gives us an explanation.

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  8. The narcos use rehab centers to hide in instead of going to jail

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    1. Correction!
      For a free meal and a place to stay!

      E42

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    2. 7:22 they just go to the meetings, mexican addicts do not live in the rehab centers, that is a luxury reserved for american millionaires or those that get medicare or medicaid or private insurance, or get designed for a slot to help providing fraudsters scalp the system, government and private insurers always pay to the proper people the full bill, no deductibles or part D applies, add food stamps, disability checks and obama phones for the well connected, among them russian mobsters from new Jersey and florida governor rick scott fired from his own health care company for having to pay the US government more than 2 billion dollars, part of all the money he had defrauded from the US government medicare, their scams are making medicare fail, not anything else.

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    3. 10:19
      You lost me

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    4. @ 10:19am that's a pretty broad generalization..there are a dozen rehab centers in my vicinity (inpatient.) I am an American (barely 'middle-class') who spent Jan thru April at one rehab here in NE CDMX. I was the only American, the first one ever there, actually, and neither my private US insurance nor any Medicaid did or would've paid for my rehab. I paid cash, and it cost much less than even my co-pay, deductible or co-insurance would have been in a U.S. rehab center whether private or state funded. Every other patient there was either voluntary, sent by judge in lieu of jail, in cooperation with IAPA ( gov branch for prevention y treatment of addiction) or literally tied up and dragged to the Center by desperate frustrated family members who paid the bill. I don't yet know of any private insurance companies (Aetna is reviewing the possibility) or Medicaid/obamacare programs which would ever approve or fund rehab abroad. And my experience is limited to 'urban' rehab center...I know nothing of the resort style luxury centers located in Playa, Cancun etc. THOSE places, perhaps, are for the American millionaires y organized crime element...
      Just my $0.02
      -CDMexi-Gabacha ;-)

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  9. This is complete cowardliness. Back in the day, you had beef with someone, you setup direct hits on them. If it wasn’t handled as such (direct hit) they’d put a hit on you for being a screwup. These dirt bags are just terrorists, and they should be handled as such

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  10. I understand why but still can't wrap my head around the difference between what Islamist terrorist groups do and what cartels in Mexico do. I guess religion vs drugs but killing 14 to me is a terrorist attack.

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  11. 7 years ago.a cousin of mine
    Got brainwashed by some sicario that told him he need people to work in juarez or something like that
    And he got involved in that
    But a week after his departure he and other 17 young teens got killed in a rehab center
    And allegedly all of the dead kids got enroled to the so call celula of juarez
    And the same reclutant of that celula was the same piece of shit that murder my cousin and those 17 kids
    The word on the street is that the celula that was recluting kids
    Necesitaban entregar jale
    In the criminal argot they need to show results against the contra etc...
    Cowards .like a spider webbing his net
    They atractt all this flies only to be killed by the same spider that promise a narco life and such

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    1. Yeah I can see linea doing that, bro I saw a video of one of 80’s people captures in Cuahtemco by Gente Nueva del Tigre, and that guy was getting paid 6,000 in six months like 4 real bro haha muertos de hambre

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    2. Seems interesting but hard to prove. Cops and cartels where all killing kids in rehab centers during the height of the Juarez Sinaloa cartel wars. I, remember when only Sinaloa banners where shown all over Juarez claiming any and all atrocities happening to be the work of Juarez cartel. Now why was it no cartel banner ever blaming them placed or reported on newspapers? It's all weird and sucks.

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    3. 7 years ago... hmm I wonder if it was El Diego, he was behind some wild attacks on civilians.

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    4. Years ago the police in Brazil were killing street children to clean up the cities, they got caught...
      These days "el loco duterte" is a frequent visitor to theWHITES' HOUSE, and the donal sings his praises, saying the authoritarian loco is doing a great job! Same with erdogan in turkey, and the wasabI jihadista arabs and the new Egyptian queen, they have one thing in common, they have Trump Towers in their countries or are in the process of building one or several, AND PAYING FOR IT out of their own pockets AFTER paying the "trump name" license in the millions of dollars, and if they are not playing nice there is all kind of problems and accusations, open your eyes people!

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  12. CT just had one of their last original leaders killed by CJNG; El 500, who used to be Tuta's man in Lazaro Cardenas, was killed for trying to leave CJNG and join forces with LNFM. CT has to be done as a group by now; Cenizo captured, his brother killed, and now the successor of Cenizo's brother, dead. I do wonder what happened with El Gallito (Tuta's nephew) and his cell, although they probably just became an armed wing of CJNG like the rest of CT.

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    1. El gallito has an alliance with los viagras and LNFM against CJNG and so far they have been hitting Mencho hard.

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    2. Gallito is not tutas nephew

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    3. chayo's

      http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2015/03/el-gallito-likely-premier-leader-of.html

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  13. So . What do you think ? They were just after a person or 2 or they saw the whole population as a threat ? Then maybe they don't want anybody cleaning themselves up . Probably just wanted one guy and took they opportunity to shoot a bunch that may have been cleaning up .

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  14. The return of the rehab massacres to the drug violence/Chihuas. Alias El Castigador

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  15. YOU KNOW WHY THE CARTELS HAVE BEEN CUTTING THE COCAINE WITH ARTIFICIAL SWEETENER..???? Because the gringos prefer diet Coke.....Jajajajahahaha..we gotta laugh to stay alive!!! Fuck trump I'll take a knee right after i jump his wall Jajajajahahaha..

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    1. Best comment yet

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    2. Are you the guy that used to say LA barbie to Arturo .barbie- I played high school football. arturo- your hired

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  16. Chivis.. I have not read any updates on Dr. Mireles after his release.. have you heard anything?

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    1. it is something I can't talk about as of yet. I become too emotional. Let's just say the man that went in is not the man who came out. and that was by design.

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  17. This wouldn't be happening if CHAPO was free!!

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  18. Heads won't roll with this one

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  19. Mexican government as well as DEA say that if MZ is captured all sorts of violence can occur because of this capture with many deaths perhaps so much more in Sinaloa than elsewhere. Newspapers today are saying the recent violence here in this article as well as across Chihuahua is due to the capture of an Aztecas leader. Why does the government favor not creating violence in Sinaloa more than likely if Zambada is captured yet keeps capturing people in Chihuahua???
    Goes to show that even now DEA and Mexican government favor CDS over others.
    P.S.I, know CDS nuthuggers are going to have a field day promoting with propaganda their cartel because of what I, just said. Regardless of them...

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  20. I read this Web page on lunch break daily. Thing that really pissed me off is in the usa media it's bigger news that abunch of football players kneel during an anthem. For £$#^ sake this world has messed up priorities!

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    1. 3:46 there are many blogs that do better than american MSM, but you are doing ok with us, spread the word around about BB, thanks.

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  21. Al Mencho lo tuercen antes de navidad

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  22. Mexican drug lord Jorge Costilla Sanchez also known as “El Coss” pled guilty to federal drug trafficking charges, US prosecutors announced Tuesday.

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  23. This was Tigres boys that got hit in chihuahua. In ciudad Juarez they captured El 300.

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  24. Barruo Azteca responsible for Chihuahua city. www.elpasotimes.com/story/news/crime/2017/09/27/14-die-gang-related-massacre-drug-rehab-center-chihuahua-city/710529001/

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  25. Sad shyt all this is.

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  26. Seems to be Aztecas making hits on rival meth sales exactly like what that sicario said on that video on youttube that La Linea was not wanting the meth in Juarez

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