Sunday, September 24, 2017

Chihuahua: 5 Dead in Another bar massacre

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

Subject Matter: El Show bar in Chihuahua
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required



No less than five persons were killed and three more were gravely wounded, after an armed attack at a bar knows as "El Show" located on Los Arcos Avenue in the Los Portales Colonia, in the north of the city of Chihuahua.

The attack was perpetrated by armed subject who descended from a vehicle and opened fire against the security guards at the entrance and the persons inside the bar.

After the incident elements of distinct police corporations arrived to record information and implement a strong search operation in the zone.

For their part, paramedics from the red cross helped the survivors and transferred them to a hospital to receive major medical attention.




Later personnel from the forensic medical services, Semefo, arrived and removed the bodies of the persons that lost their lives at the hands of the sicarios that opened fire. At this time the names of the victims are unknown, among them security guards who guarded the establishment. It is also not know the if the authorities achieved the detention of the sicarios responsible.


Updated list of victims

Joaquin Pena Martinez, 27 years of age, had bullet wounds in the head and back.

Luis Angel Hernandez Lara, 24 years of age, bullet wound in the head.

Edgar Emilio Najera Hernandez, 31 years of age, with bullet wounds in the head and abdomen.

Jose Ricardo Salas Bardier, 27 years of age, with bullet wound in the head.

Jonathan Manuel Guttierez Manriquez, 20 years of age, with bullet wounds in the head.

Thanks for the update Tia.





62 comments:

  1. Is mexico a narco state or what? These things keep happening because the narcos are 95 percent sure they can get away with it! Corruption and lawlessness insures a society of extreme violence

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    1. So what's your point?
      Try being a cop on around a $350 U.S. dollars a month salary and doing your job when some low ranking criminals will kill you for the same amount or less. Of course this means that with the money that the cartels have they can afford to pay that amount to many more criminals than the government can afford to pay honest cops.
      There have been stories of honest cops in Mexico that do not live to grow old only because of these circumstances.

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    2. @3:33 So that's just a weak justification to accept the status quo. Give up already and let evil reign supreme because police are poorly paid.

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    3. @8:50 Idiot. The point was there are more criminals because there is more money to pay them than cops. They work for cheaper also.
      Accept nothing. Have you not been hearing about all the country of Mexico uniting to help each other after the earthquake in Mexico city? That is the norm in Mexico. Learn something.

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    4. Mexico is a failed state. Like Libya & Iraq.

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    5. @6:08 your ass is a failed state!

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    6. @11:57 poverty and demand for illicit drugs (=profits) are also required to creaze the marco state.

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    7. @3:33
      So what you are implying is that Mexico is for sale? We are aware of money influencing just about everything. However, one sovereignty should not be bought at the expense of national security.
      I'm sure many may find this perspective debatable.
      But one thing that my wife said seems to be true here. America has always been for sale. Putting money first than its wellbeing of its citizens.

      E42

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    8. 8:40 I have partied with very rich boys and men that came to see what our happiness was all about, they also liked our poor loose women, specially their sweet smiles that tried hard to look pretty for the massas that would spend some money trying our wares, the children of ritchi rich jusy wanted off the world as much as we the poor, and many ended spending their lives and fortunes on the cloud, some chose to use their business skills to do better for themselves, of course, carlos salinas de gortari has more very moneyed admirers than Malverde

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    9. @1:59 poor people are for sale in most parts of the world. There are plenty of poor in Mexico. Do you think most medium to high income people in Mexico think aboit joining cartels randomly? Hell no! Some poor people don't think about this either but life's circumstances make this joining drug gangs and shit difficult to ignore.

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    10. 8:40 your proposition is like blaming mexico's school children for not getting "educated" because La Chaky stole the education budget and she ain't giving nothing back because even from prison she got her daughter "elected a federal senator" and more of her family members still live off jobs in mexican government positions...
      Drug addiction IN mexico is for the most part the result of mules and farmers and grameros and low level maruchaneros Not Getting Paid in Cash, they get product and they sell it or eat it, that also enhances the murdering.

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  2. What intentions or motivations behind such an attack are probably drug related. Or the uncooperative extortion fees business owners are obliged to.
    Can only wait for the investigative results. That's if one is thoroughly conducted. We are all aware of the backlog of investigations Mexico has been plagued with.

    E42

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    1. The facts are that these people in the bar were cooperating with one cartel or another. Be it CDS or La Linea. Extortion nowadays with these kind of consecuenses is almost unheard of. This is because it hurts requitment efforts for cartels to their ranks if they so choose to keep practicing this act! Even would be cartel members pick sides in this business (which no matter how you look at sicarios or killers they are working for this type of organization), based on that businesses dealing with society to a growing extent.

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    2. @12:06...since only (roughly) 7% of all crime in Mexico actually gets reported, and only about 1% of all crime goes all the way through the CJ system (report, investigation, arrests,trial(s), conviction(s), and incarceration, I'm not holdin' my breath. You're right, regarding motivation, and likely it was unwillingness to pay the extortion. Remember the Monterrey casino Casino Royale? Huge consequences for refusing to pay. Unfortunately, ppl like @11:57/8:50 do not fully grasp the situation. (BTW, that last bit is not intended to be derogatory. This stuff is my SME, and I'm paid/expected to know the minutiae and understand the cultural drivers.)

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    3. @1:42 your analysis of 7 percent crime being reported in Mexico is totally wrong. It might be 7 percent of the crimes in Mexico are not reported by the Media but Mexicans DO report ecery crime to the authorities no matter what. I, live across from cd Juarez Mexico and know as a fact that every person I've actually met there and has been a victim of crime has reported it to the police. Lack or failure of these same police forces to actually do something about the crime or apprehend criminals is different than not reporting this to them to begin with. Do not confuse one action with another. I, stand by what I, said that extortion is very much unlikely the driver behind this attack.

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    4. Nonsense. Mexicans do report most every crime that hapoens to the to the authorities. Maybe in small rural towns where cops are few and far away SOME crimes other than murder or rape might not get reported but reports are being made. The media not reporting crimes is different from Mexicans themselves not reporting these events. This 7 percent figure of yours needs revision.

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    5. Chivis I, live across from Juarez Mexico and most crime is reported to authorities. If local authotities want to disappear reports of crimes committed in Mexico it is also a different story. Media is not present in every event that happens in Juarez except maybe most high impact stories. This does not mean that the crime is not reported in Mexico to authorities or that the media does not cover crime. It means that the media does not have the personnel to cover each and every single event that happens in the city. Do not take it so personal.

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    6. yo mientras no me roben la Chiva no reporto los crimenes, NO MATTER GUAT.
      asi que pa que le midan la agua a los frijoles, sackers

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    7. 7:36 taking it personal? where did you get that? I am speaking of being IN mexico for over a decade. You are wrong. I learned early and learned the hard way. Crimes are not reported for very good reason. Settling of scores. as calderon said 100% or all border towns are in collusion with and operate under the direction of cartels. It is pretty simple minded to think because you live in El Paso that makes you an expert.

      When you live in Mexico, and see how dangerous it is to report crime then I will listen. But I am not going to allow you to write something so dangerous. arrest are in the single digits. I had a friend, a reporter whose brother was murdered after reporting a crime, my friend left town in the middle of the night as word was he was next.

      as for media, again you are giving erroneous info. Border states are blackout narco news states, nothing gets published without the blessing of narcos in control. zacatecas, coahuila, tamaulipas among the first. don't you recall when tamps went blackout? it was worldwide news.

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    8. chivis is right. reporting can get you killed. it really isn't worth it.

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    9. and the crime is not investigated.

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    10. Si reportas crimen te llevas una madriza por lo menos, "por rajón", snitch.
      On the US it is an automatic death penalty, cuz crime rules on the US too, tha poolice won't be watching your back forever in the US, what can mexickins expec?

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  3. No one detained, police impunity with cartels. Police were the hitmen.

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  4. A new cartel has emerged in chihua. Some were apart of la línea and some cds. They formed a new group. I'm sure CJNG is funding them

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    1. What is it cartel de chapulines cartel de lambehuevos de jaliscas?

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    2. Las Mariposas!
      A Colorful bunch of idiots.
      Heard of them migrating in that area during the change of seasons!

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    3. There has been many reports of la linea splitting and s9me working with cjng, don't know if it's true but they fear that new cartel. Who ever it is because they don't even want to mention their name

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    4. Newpapers have been saying a "new cartel" has emerged in Chihuas when during this week the Diario de Juarez newspaper said that in fact only the remnants of the former Juarez cartel like La Linea is the cartel that has emerged. La Linea was once only an armed wing of the Juarez cartel and although they have always claimed to be one in the same some authorities believe that La Linea has splintered from being an armed wing of the Juarez cartel and has become a force of it's own. Some authorities say this is the same thing happening with CDS and it's group Gente Nueva - at the very least in Chihuahua. Pretty sure CJNG is somewhere in the mix either helping one or the other but so far no banners or deaths have been attributed to them directly by any Chihuas newspaper I, have read!

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    5. All this kind of reminds me of the Mexican revolution. You had all these leaders that were fighting the same cause. Then became enemies. Mexicans will never united.

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    6. I'd like to remind you that there is a new governor in chihuahua, javier corral of the PAN should be saying what is going on, he seemed like he was going to be a good honest governor, I hope his death squads are not taking down the narcos, sicarios, partners and allies of imprisoned former governor Cesar "la Marrana" Duarte, if he is still in prison.

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    7. @3:25 sounds very much like the Z story... Armed wing of a major cartel breaks off and makes a cartel of their own..

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    8. @5:53 only in the case of La Linea they are not infighting against the Juarez cartel.

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  5. That's what happens when you serve wood alcohol.

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    1. you could filter alcohol from piss and puke,
      did you know that?

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  6. All young guys who's gift of life has been robbed from them by empty headed empty hearted ARMED TURDS who simply do not appreciate he life 'they' were given.

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    1. Unfortunately, this plague of stupidity is being played in the US at an alarming rate.
      Turf wars, gangs and just stupidity!
      No self respect, uneducated and definitely no
      ambitious goals in life.

      E42

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  7. Se llama Cartel Juarez Nueva Generacion

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    1. Nuevo cartel de Juárez. Only accosiation cjng have or had was with Cabo. That's why his own cartel had him killed. He was letting them in

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    2. 8:04 men, that's ginius, how did you get the algorithm?

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  8. Loz Avengadores by capitan Mexico is cleaning up the plaza

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  9. Nice Honda motorbike in the photo.
    O I see it's a bar of ill repute (a strip bar)and of course men of ill repute (Cartels) would be there wherever there are vices to be had.Not too smart to be seen in a public bar that rivals could take out anytime and obviously do!

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  10. La Gente Nueva del Tigre in cuauhtemocis what you are talking about

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    1. Cayo el cabo y entraron los Gente Mierda a Cuatemoch. Tarde o temprano entra La Linea y barre con estos! Nada mas terminen en Juarez que es lo que estan haciendo y a-madre!

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    2. Gente Nueva de el Tigre aon piche ex linieros de el Cabo de Cuatemoch de seguro. Se la pelo el Cabo con La Liena por traicionero y de seguro estos se fueron a trabajar con la gente nueva para que no los terminara La Linea de matar.

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    3. Inforemese bien compa, el 80 no pudo en cuauhtemoc y la gente nueva del tigre anda tomando terrenos en guerrero y rubio, no nomas porque lo soño significa que es cierto

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  11. Betcha the bar owners forgot to pay the extortion money last week...

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  12. Chivis I just started watching el Chapo netflix series, how correct is the timeline and the actual story to you?
    They just showed "El pollo" but not Guano, Im pretty sure all chapos brothers were involved in org-crime. Also they showed "el moreno" but not Ivan and Alfredo, you think they will show them in the series too?

    Hermes

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    1. I have not watched. Maybe others can weigh in

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    2. They did show his kids. The part where Pablo Escobar was looking for someone to move weight cuz amado wasn't doing enough is BS if you ask me

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    3. I only watched El chapos netflix series to see if they gave me my shoutout. They are traitors tho

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    4. Chapo series being a weekly television broadcast is exaggerated full of lies and not meant to potray his story in any true historically correct manner. Grow up. Stop thinking that this series as well as movies like "The Sniper", among other Hollywood productions accurately potray anything in history.

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    5. Es violin el Chapo segun en la serie.

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    6. It's pretty spot on only the Arellano Felix brothers are called the "Avendaños" probably to not offend the Arellano Felix clan

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  13. It's very simple, give fatherless teens a new truck, a cuerno de chivo, a salary they would never make elsewhere with their low education, and free cocaine for personal use and you got loyal slaves.

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    1. 5:28 ...or you get yourself some "narco-sicarios" to anihilate and make points with la Defensa Nacional, giniral salvador cienpedos will give you a medallita

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  14. When I went to see The Sniper I came out with a headache. It's a good thing I opted to not go and see the La Gran Culo movie playing next door.

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    1. Follow y Filosofar, todo es empezar/ la gram culo
      By Manuel Luna Alcoba
      With ample references to great philosophers like "Leibniz".
      Agasajensen pinchis lidibinosos.

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    2. @12:27 "Follar y Filosofar, la Gran Culo..." chingadamadre!
      Estos pinchis celulares siempre con sus putas chingaderas.

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  15. So this is la linea infighting correct that is going on in Chihuahua.

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  16. Special for Chivis: El Sol De Zacatecas, Benjamin Medrano el primer presidente municipal "gay" de fresnillo zacatecas, deja una deuda de 150 millones de pesos y como 55 millones de pesos desaparecidos...
    Y ahora es diputado federal priista obsessionado con "epn", I do not care how gay these pinchis gaviota's are, but why are they and their muggings tolerated? If they want to live like the queen of Versailles they should do it at their own expense and make their money from other sources, not from robbing the public trough...
    Medrano also used to be a circus barker working cd juarez and in cahoots with the governor of colima or nayarit used to rob the states funds by organizing the robberies there, after organizing the "movimiento monrealista" of robbing anything they like even if it is nailed to the floor.

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