Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Video Police Caught Applying Coup de Grace to 3 Sicarios

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from an El Debate Article

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Four alleged criminals had died after a chase by Police, but the Police shot them again just to make sure.


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Nuevo Laredo
This past Friday the 1st of September, around 5:30 pm a chase was registered that finished with a confrontation on the part of elements of the Tamaulipas Police Force against four Sicarios.



The events occurred between the Calles Pedro Hugo Chavez and Quinta in the Pedro Jose Mendez Colonia, where Police agents left 3 wounded Sicarios inside the interior of a vehicle and the fourth alleged Sicario was dead already from gun shots.





The confrontation against the Sicarios started around various blocks of the place of events, when the Tamaulipas Force were carrying out a patrol, and intended to arrest the four subjects that were travelling aboard a 4 wheel drive vehicle.

However the four subject at the place of detention started shooting at the agents, and there followed a chase and an exchange of gunfire.

The elements of the Tamaulipas Force inspected the inside of the vehicle, and found various rifles, magazines, and rounds of ammunition, tactical equipment, communication equipment presumably utilized by the criminals.

The place was cordoned off by elements of the State Police, and one of the agents went to the vehicle to look in the interior and found 3 alleged Sicarios still alive, he took an AR15 off one of the subjects and fired four rounds into the 3 wounded subjects.

A video of the Police administering the Coup de Grace was filmed by a neighbour who was close to the scene with his mobile phone.

In the video one can hear the author of the video saying " they are finishing them off". The Police agents for their part, secured the area and waited for the Ministerial Police, who lifted and transferred the corpses to the installations of Semefo.


68 comments:

  1. That's one way to rid of unwanted criminal elements. No walking out of prison to continue again.

    E42

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    1. Hahaha the cops are criminal elements too. All we saw in that video was a sicario killing other sicarios. He just happened to be wearing his badge and uniform at the time.

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    2. Chances are you are telling the absolute TRUTH.

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    3. You never know. El azul has been killed more times than any other mortal man.

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    4. 4:24 La Fuerza Delictiva Tamaulipas no es mas que DELICTIVA, they will not "clean up" anything for any purpose than soiling it for their own benefit, I BELIEVE THE DEAD "CRIMINALS WERE BETTER PERSONS THAN THE TAMAULIPAS STATE's FUERZA DELICTIVA, ACCUSED OF HAVING BEEN POLICIAS FEDERALES that worked their federal level crimes in cahoots with the new governor francisco javier garcia cabeza de guey, an american citizen born in texas

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  2. This is what the military and police should be doing. Only a liberal democrat socialist commie would be on the side of the cruiminal scum. The cop who saved the hospital money should be commended.

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    1. Unfortunately, he would probably be killed by the criminals associates for doing so. There are no praises nor rewards for doing good among those criminals. Rather retribution!
      That's why so many do what they do. Intimidation and executions are whats transformed Mexico.

      E42

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    2. You know you've lost your humanity when you kill 3 people and saunter off like you just finished a chore.

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    3. 4:37 those "DEAD CRIMINALS" were not convicted by a jury of their peers in any court of law, even if they were convicted criminals, railroaded in a kangaroo court, they could not be sentenced to death because mexico has no death penalty, you and the murdering fuerza delictiva tamaulipas have no license to kill or murder and then carry on with your posthumous death penalties and moral assassinations

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  3. They should name streets after the cops

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    1. Too bad that the cops (Estatales) are on Panilo's payroll and nothing more than sicarios with badges.

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    2. You saying panilo is the biggest fish in reynosa?

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    3. @7:33 Absolutely. Panilo was a behind the scenes guy for many years and has established overwhelming control over Reyno; that's why all the balaceras start in Reynosa and end in Rio Bravo, as Panilo's sicarios chase M28's men back to where they came from. Moreover, Panilo is allied with Alfredo Cardenas and Tony Tormenta's son, plus Commandante Cortez and los Ceros de Matamoros, and finally Panilo can rely on Gama 3 (M3's brother) to keep the frontera chica under control. If the Panilo-Cardenas-Cortez-Flores alliance stays strong they have a chance of taking CDG back to the pre-2011 days.

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    4. 1:08, the cops are corrupt in tamaulipas, specially the special fuerza delictiva tamaulipas, please don' let tghe pendejos and the innocent propagate ideas that tamaulipas criminals cops are any kind of heros,
      an Hero samguich is a real hero.

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  4. That's how u get rid of them. Can't play by the rules if they don't. Especially if they r killing kids. FUCK the cartels cowards

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    1. The cops are the cartel you idiot.

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    2. 1:08 i second your motion, @4:59 would marry el padrecito after giving 'it' up for his country...

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  5. Better dead than bailed out.

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  6. USA has three branches separada but in Mexico our department Judicial is broken so department Executive (police, militar) feel they must become the Judicial; or as Americans say "jury judge and executioner".
    Most Americans believe our problem in Mexico is corrupt police but in truth the biggest problem is the broken Judicial system. When criminals with guns and drugs can pay judges $500-1,000usd and judge makes him free it makes police want to decide the criminals justice. When judicial department does not función militar, police and people in business will settle their accounts and especially if it makes them safe.

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    1. First time you say something right 👍🏾

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    2. Very Good Police Work We Need More Like That Here In Mexico i Hope ** ENP ** Sees That Great Police Work
      and Makes it the Law if Those Cowards Shoot at The Law Then Take Them Out and The Country is Better OFF
      Jefe.

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    3. 5:56, I think your 100% right and thats why there is civil retribution in the impoverished and blighted areas of cities in the US. The police do not regularly patrol and the people are afraid of the cops who are on dealers payroll, or as in the case in New Orleans the dealers are selling the cops work. Sad but thats what happens.

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    4. CarreteraDurangaMazatlan,

      The big and real problem are the citizens of Mexico, the "inocente" citizens. They also do not respect the law, paying "mordidas" for minor traffic infractions, setting up illegal businesses that block part of city streets... It goes on and on. Sadly, they enable the corrupt government they complain of.

      -Prudencio

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    5. Prudenció
      I respectfully disagree. As Americans most Mexican nationals respect rule of law. Maybe less the system that is responsible for enforcing and adjudicating law but our history and times of anarchy is not forgotten.
      When I fly to IAH or LAX and drive rental on carretera few cars respect speed law, but does this mean north Americans do not respect the rule of law? Do tens of millions of narcotic users of America mean Americans do not respect the rule of law? When I see people in a cantina using la cocaina does that mean the users, the patrons and the cantina owners in USA do not respect the rule of law?
      To take further, I argue that corrupción in USA is done for greed where in Mexico it is more often to stay alive or keep job like policía who have to pay mordida up to the bosses.

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    6. @10:55 That is some twisted logic. Are you saying the fact that prostitutes working Market Street every night and drug dealers working all along N. Broad street in Philadelphia means that the people of Philly don't respect law? Thats wack!

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    7. 10:55 shit rolls down hill, do not blame those that "pay the extortion" or get it up the ass, blame the almighty executive power that designates supreme court judges and legislators from his party for all the powerful positions and most of the governors and designates the corruption acts for all of them, no matter from what party, supported by billions of US dollars, weapons, military surplus and gorilla training, why do you think "lowly cowardly mexicans" get murdered if they make waves?
      --stupid people with stupid ideas complete the pattern of crime and impunity of the mexican government and their puppeteers.

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    8. CarreteraDurangoMazatlan & others:

      Thanks for responding. The logic may be "twisted" but it's solid enough for my conclusion and the conclusion of studies that say the same (Google the studies). In all countries there is a level of law breaking and saying that in some, like Mexico, it's done to stay alive and put food on the table is twisted in itself. It does nothing to exonerate. Before looking to other countries problems with citizens breaking the law let us look in the mirror first.

      -Prudencio

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  7. And this is why we don't want/need US forces in Mexico "officially". All the US would do is overflow prisons with criminals only to have all them set free.

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  8. Way to go officer, saved the People of mexico lot of money on hospital bills, housing these scumbags in jail, court time because últimately they will walk free, save the People from extortion, and his comrades from getting Hurt by these lowlífes. Please keep postíng videos like this of Police officers making México great again. Ojala y se aiga ganado un ascenso y una medalla al valor, o y le hagan 20 corridos.
    -El Amunra

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  9. That is exactly what is needed. These guys need to go completely rogue and set up death squads to kill anyone in a cartel or associated with a cartel member. Eventually no one would even want to be seen talking to one of these rats.

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    1. They wont answer, just waiting to get caught by your Death squads? The cartels will start to kill More People. And next?

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  10. Mexico needs a revolution

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    1. Revolution against Who? Citizens against the government? Narcos against the government? Citizens against the Narcos? Rich against poor? Dude, Mexico is a fucken mess. Sorry to say it but I see no hope for that place.

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    2. Says the person postíng from an ipod/ipad/macbook Sitting comfy drinking chai lattes outside starbacks somewhere in murica.

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  11. Hard to say but those cops likely support a rival group.

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  12. Anybody who thinks two wrongs make a right are pure pieces of shit

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    1. #thuglivesmatter
      #sicarioslivesmatter
      #narcolivesmatter
      #childrapistkillerlivesmatter


      Kumbaya, my friend

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    2. Well, the bottom hashtag is certainly truth, at least it is as far as the law is concerned. Prove me wrong?

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  13. Great job to the law enforcement present!!! Fuck them mugrozoz, marranos!

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  14. The police are the most corrupt, they always want you to pay them when they pull you over.
    I don't blame them in this situation though, tamaulipas has a big problem when it comes to sicarios. You have zetas and golfos sicarios driving around there looking for trouble. They should do that in every state instead of cops asking them to pay $$ for looking the other way.

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  15. Give that man an award!!

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    1. 7:52 yes! y que le metan el award por el jundillo y que te lo pasen a ti por mamila

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  16. Good!!!! Kill these animals

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  17. The cops are not any better than the cartel members. As long as the people are not allowed guns. There will be no distiction between government and thugs.

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  18. Incorrect assessments, on both sides. Watch the video carefully; you'll see the front tires spinning on and off, after the shooting. The driver was still alive and active, with his foot on the pedal, either trying to drive or other things. All the Officer has to say was that he approached the driver's side, saw the driver alive and trying to manipulate a weapon, and boom- He's good.

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  19. Poor neighbor, he gave his vantage point, and BB dined him out. how will he sleep at night? The cops will shoot him next

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    1. He also has an accent. He will be identified real quick and his family will have to face the consequences too. People need to think before posting this kind of videos.

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  20. Why not kill drugs consumers also???
    Of course that would mean more than half of Americans would be dead.
    "If you are not part of the solution you are part of the problem" Americans like to say and drug users are far more part of the problem of criminals running around Mexico and the U.S. than they like to admit.

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    1. To a point I agree. However Big Pharma is the real culprit. They pay Drs to prescribe their drugs, which they know are highly addictive. The feds catch on...they don't say you can't prescribe, but you can only do it monthly. So, now the Dr. Makes even more $$ because everyone makes their monthly appt. So they get their script. If you're on opiates you can be physically addicted in 2 weeks. So, when you heal, you're still gonna be hooked...if Dr doesn't give you more, you either kick, or get from street. And BTW, the same pharm co. Makes the methadone, Suboxone etc....Look up OxyContin express....It's Big Pharmas's fault. Americans do love drugs, but Big Pharma found a way to make junkies out of everyday normal people, who would never do street drugs.

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    2. 5:08 Your 100% right. American fucked its citizens and future generations on purpose for a buck

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    3. the problem here is mexican cops of state police of fuerza tamaulipas murdering people that may not even be narcos and much less 'sicarios, that is why you take prisoners and send them to the court...
      --on the US the porblem became too many politicians and government agencies and their private enterprise friends taking up drug trafficking and money laundering at the shade of the government to privatize billions and billions of ill gotten gains at the expense of their country and their countrymen.

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  21. Now comes the retribution.... More cops will die

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  22. Schwack em all and bury them in some clandestine mass grave. You reap what you sow.

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  23. And that's how the cookie crumbles give that man a cold beer.

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  24. Mexico needs more cops like him.

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    1. More cops like this they work for the local cartels guy they shot was prolly from the wrong cartel these are bad hombres good cops don't do that

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    2. 4:54 bien dicho, good cops do not murder even real criminals in cold blood.

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  25. Se les acabo el corrido a esas lacras, you shot at a cop here in L.A. and you are as good as dead, so why the comotion bout a cop ridding mexico of its trash. Give that boy a bottle of tequila, salud.

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    1. 4:13 cops are today's mafiosos even on the US, and they have been given a license to kill negros and mexicans, or at least get them to prison, they pay themselves $30.00 dollars a day per prisoner from the american people's treasury,

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  26. -Desde Tierra Caliente-
    Han pasado muchos años. Vimos noticias del robo de un banco en EUA. Los dos criminales tenían cuernos y estaban disparando a la policía. Estaban usando trajes para la guerra. La policía disparó a los hombres y no llegaron ambulancias durante casi una hora. Murieron los criminales con la policía vigilando. ¿Se decía que la policía era sicarios de una narcotraficantes rivales?

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  27. Hey, they we're reaching for weapons. Self-defense.

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    1. Correct!
      We all saw them reaching!

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    2. Mexican LEO/military kill unarmed civilians and plant guns on ranchers everyday...they burn gas smugglers alive...all u that condone this will reap it when American leo comes to ur house and violates ur rights over some bullshit probable cause

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    3. 10:46 they were shooting at the cops, what were u expecting. If am shooting at a cop here in the us i know for sure my rights will be violated by a lot of "LEO"s.

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    4. 6:55 IF, the witnesses will keep silent, IF they want to live on, "IF"...

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  28. Narcos lives matter

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