Monday, September 11, 2017

5 Dismembered bodies left in Port of Veracruz

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from a Sinembargo article with additional picture from Noreste.

Subject Matter: Veracruz executions
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required


Reporter: Sinembargo Redaction
Elements of the Veracruz Police located three human head of men on the hood of a car that appeared abandoned in the Port by the assassins. The vehicle on which the heads were left was in the Diaz Serdan Colonia.

The report said that a little before midnight on Sunday, armed men were seen travelling in a white and black pickups.

The rest of the body parts were in plastic bags left on the road next the vehicle where the killers had thrown them. There was also a narco manta left with the heads threatening vehicle thieves, with a claim that the Navy and Secretary of Public Security were not protecting the interests of the people by arresting the thieves.

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The crime scene was cordoned off by elements of the State Police and the Marines while waiting for the arrival of personnel of the Attorney Generals office and forensic experts, who carried out the corresponding diligence's and later ordered the removal of the body parts to the forensic experts offices in the hope they may be identified.

47 comments:

  1. A bit extreme for being thieves!
    Would have been best to breaking bones rather than mutilation. Beginning to think that a warranted explanation was applied here for other reasons?
    Good citizens do not engage in such behavior. Only those who have and continue with the drug trafficking war!

    E42

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    1. the crime mentioned is "car thieving", the accused would like to have their day in court, even dead, there is a chance that they were just murdered for some obscure other reasons, like getting witnesses out of javier duarte's appeals.

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    2. This is their own people that was ether flipping or their time was up for doing too much (knowing too much)

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    3. It doesn't have any of the vigilante characteristics that would relate crime and punishment. Good people might kill, but it wouldn't be with pleasure. It looks as if the killers really enjoyed it.

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  2. When will all this end?? *sighs*

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    1. 3:13 it is not ending until some government officers get caught and are offered a deal to sing, meanwhile, just keep eating the government excuuses about the "BIIIG BAAAD NARCOS"; soldiers and police officers, their chiefs and commanders have sung in chile, argentina, mexico, brasil, el salvador, iraq, honduras, panama, cuba, peru, colombia and the US, but too late usually...

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    2. Legalize would end this.

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    3. No it wouldn't. Criminal groups are in it for the money and power; the fact they are using drugs right now changes nothing. They make billions smuggling cigarettes for example.

      Did ending prohibition make the mafia suddenly stop? No, they simply changed products.

      Piso for getting even legal products through an area? Extortion to operate a business in an area of control? Smuggling legal goods between areas to buy cheap and sell for more while undercutting the local market? None of those will go away.

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    4. How many people are killed over bootleg cigarettes? To say that legalization wouldn't have an impact on violence is just as naive as thinking legalization would put a complete end to it

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    5. So legalize cocaine and heroin too?

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    6. institutionalize political permanence on the job of governing for the narco-politicians and make it their right to be corrupt muggers of the public trough and people may reign themselves to it, and stop killing each other to promote their political candidates that order the murdering

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    7. @DFP Seems to be what some people are advocating. Should be interesting to see how de facto legalization works out in Oregon with that law they passed back in July. I expect it to become the new storage state since people no longer need to worry about having their vehicle searched due to a narcotics canine hitting on them.

      @11:47 As for bootleg cigarettes, if people don't pay the tax to operate in a territory it's no different whether the person with the product is peddling cigarettes or drugs. People are just lucky that here in the states you only get beat up and not shot. In Mexico it isn't uncommon for someone involved in a legitimate business to get shot for not paying the local cartel their cut. Somehow you seem to think that just because something is legalized the cartels will suddenly stop being violent to maintain their power base. Again, it has never been about the product; it's always about the money and power.

      KB

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    8. Ok.馃敱馃挶♕✴♖馃審馃嵒
      QueenB

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  3. Cjng vs. Cdg/zetas. Wonder who was the complete victims?

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    1. 3:15. LOL you people that always ask CDG or Zetas or CJNG or whatever need to get a grip. Just like there's neighborhood thugs from every neighborhood in the US there's neighborhood thugs in Mexico and by no means is every violent act one of the few cartel names you know!

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    2. Probably innocent people again

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    3. @2:18 In this case the "neighborhood thugs" are probably a local group allied/incorporated into CJNG. Heroica Veracruz is too far south for a CDG incursion, but it's just north of Coatzacoalcos, where CJNG have been making incursions since the beginning of 2017. The victims are probably members of Cartel 35Z, which used to be based to the north of Veracruz port in Poza Rica. I say the victims are probably 35Z due to the facts of their group being forced south into the port and capital region by CDG incursions into Poza Rica, and the manta claiming the victims were car thieves (35Z's main activities are car theft and extortion/kidnapping, along with narcomenudo).

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    4. 9:58 Do you think by any chance that the "35Z" could it be a cell under CDN???

      What I know is that "35Z" are against the Old School Z and CDG in Veracruz I saw like two months ago a video about the Old School Z and CDG saying death threats to the "35Z". Either the "35Z" are operating like a independent group or they could be a cell under the CDN. What I have heard is that the CDN also operates in Veracruz don't know where exactly they operate but they do.

      Also on "Grupo Sombra" what's up with those dudes? Are they a cell under the CJNG or CDS??? Something like "La Barredora" is for the CDS in Colima and Guerrero???

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    5. @8:16: 35Z seems to be independent of CDN; the group was created in the aftermath of the arrest of El Puchini (also known as Z37) in late 2015. El Puchini was the the regional boss in northern Veracruz for the Trevino-faction Zetas (CDN) and a loyal follower of 40 and 42. After Puchini's arrest his followers split into two factions; Los Puchini and 35Z. The 35Z faction absorbed/killed off the Los Puchinis faction after 35Z killed the leader of Los Puchinis (El 500 or 512) in a balacera. It seems like the Los Puchinis faction were the CDN loyalists, and thus my prediction that 35Z wasn't allied with CDN.
      Grupo Sombra appears to be a CDG-allied group, given that their central plaza is located about an hour and a half down the highway from Tampico, and the fact they seem to be on a mission to clear out CDN members from northern Veracruz. Grupo Sombra has also signed several mantas "Grupo Sombra-Carteles Unidos" (CDG-Vieja Escuela alliance).
      Veracruz is just as bad as Guerrero these days with the amount of cartel factions/mini-cartels fighting for territory. Fortunately there's slightly more reporting on Veracruz than Guerrero.

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    6. Thanks man you really know all of
      a good info my dude, So "35Z" are a independent group didn't that info I always thought they where a cell belonging to the CDN. So in fact the CDN does operate in the northern region on Veracruz do you know the reason why is the CDN operating in that region? Is it because they have a port in that region the CDN is operating?

      So Grupo Sombra is allied with the CDG and Old School Z? Damn why are they making all this alliances in Veracruz??? Is it because the CJNG has a lot of power and more plazas in that state??? Also how much presence does the CJNG has in Veracruz like more than the half of Veracruz or is it less???

      And yeah Veracruz does sounds like in Guerrero where there's a royal rumble everyone against everyone crazy.

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    7. The CDN cells operate in northern Veracruz because they are leftovers from when the Trevinos had the whole state under their thumb. Also a lot of the CDN cells that operated in southern Tamps (Xicotencatl, Mante, even Cd Victoria) have been forced to flee into Veracruz following CDG getting their shit together in Tampico; the new Rojos have been pushing further into the rural areas surrounding the port and dislodging the CDN cells that used to control those plazas.
      No way to know how much of Veracruz CJNG controls, but it looks like they have made a major territory grab in the central/southern part of the state. Coatzacoalcos seems to be the plaza they're contesting the most fiercely, and they've made moves in Xalapa too. As an educated guess, I'd say CJNG probably has 1/4 of the plazas in Veracruz. The rest are split between CDG, Vieja Escuela, and related/allied groups, along with CDN and smaller groups like 35Z. Plus they're are tons of small narcomenudo/huachicolero bands that operate in the far west of Veracruz, along the border with Hidalgo. The state really is a shit show, even by Mexican standards.

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  4. Otis always comes back with a Bang !

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    1. 3:39 yeah, Otis comer muchos frijoles en sus vacations.

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  5. Word around the campfire is it was zetas taking out CJNG of veracruz.

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    1. Car theives tonto

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    2. And you got this info by smoke signals

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  6. They were car theives acording to the narcomanta, they also had extra 馃攽 in their pockets and told people to claim their cars.

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  7. That zetas execution style cjng going down every where else cholo is strong in jalisco El nuevo patr贸n de patrones

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    1. Pipe dreams... you must think your from Sinaloa.

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    2. cholo is only in jalisco not vetacruz, that's a diferent plaza so diferent boss menso

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  8. How laughable!They don't make sense!They berate law enforcement for not arresting car thieves but what about arresting them for 5 murders?They think that's OK and a far lesser crime?

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    1. no comments canna, the private contractors murderers of the iraqis seem to have found a new gig in mexico, and they ain't about to drop their masks

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  9. On another note in Michoac谩n they killed El Cenizos brother and 7 of his men. This has weakened El Cenizos criminal cell much more. Also their are reports that LNFM, and the Familia Michoacana from Guerrero along with SNG have made an alliance to combat CJNG and its allies in those regions.

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    1. Cjng is deep in Michoacan now, viagras and familia are scared they might lose that plaza

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  10. Sixteen years ago we lived in Tijauna, waiting for my wife's immigration paperwork.During that year we had two cars stolen. The pelone gangster even drove by looking over and mentioned my name with a smirk. It appears to me that these mother fuckers in Veracruz got what's coming to them.

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    1. 8:24 you don't even know the names of these suppossed car thieves, and if you would insist on a crime scene investigation it could be discovered that not one of the dead were really criminals, the murderers are quicker to murder innocents, you would have been happier if you got murdered and quartered? because the butchers seem to be inheriting the world, unless you want to take them on...

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  11. What excitement do these sick cartels, get in. chopping heads.

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  12. NO NEED TO READ THE COMMENTS ON BB SAME PEOPLE GOSSIPING

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    1. 11:40, it gets worse, same pendejos criticizing us without any new amazing comments that would educate us a bit, go back to your branch Pinchi Chango.

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    2. @11:40 Toma chango tu 馃崒!!! - Sol Prendido

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  13. What excitement do these sick cartels, get in. chopping heads.

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    1. They feel the need their victims deserve to be killed the most brutal way and humiliate their families by throwing their loved one's head into public saying fuck your family... A simple bullet to the head isn't enough for them, they're mindsets are really sick following how below their IQ stands

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  14. They stole an suv from the wrong people.

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  15. they ,make the money from everyone who does business in mexico from the kid that sells gum shines your shoes to the stores that want to keep their doors open, so that will never stop until they get rid of the trash that runs mexico

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