Thursday, October 26, 2017

El Pelochas Metro 28

Written for Borderland Beat by Otis B Fly-Wheel

Subject Matter: El Pelochas, Metro 28, Luis Alberto Blanco Flores
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required


Reporter: Otis B Fly-Wheel
Recent events on the Reynosa-Rio Bravo border have plunged the citizens of Reynosa into a living hell of insecurity, gun battles and fear. The antagonists creating this unrest are Los Metros with their base in Rio Bravo and Reynosa, and Los Escorpiones from Matamoros with Alfredo Cardenas and Commandante Panillo, M 100.

Antecedents

It seems that of all the cartels currently operating, those in the north east have been constantly infighting since the fall of their respective leaders. I'm talking about Los Zetas and the Cartel del Golfo, and the death of Heribierto Lazcano Lazcano, El Lazca, for Los Zetas and Mario Ramirez Trevino, El Pelon or X 20 of the Cartel del Golfo after his capture and subsequent imprisonment.



Like any force, their effectiveness is only as good as the strategic decisions made by their leaders, and the two ways of achieving control, those being leading by example and the installation of fear. Certainly El Lazca could inspire both in his men, while X20 certainly could do the same. The same cannot be said of those that followed, and the fragmentation that follows when Lieutenants and Captains do not respect their leaders, allied to ambition, has been the generator of the almost constant violence in Tamaulipas and to a lesser extent in Coahuila and Nuevo Leon.

Both cartels had in the recent past, criminally talented leaders. Juan Garcia Abrego for the CdG and Arturo Guzman Decena for Los Zetas.





Arguably, the men above led their cartels when they were at their most effective. Guzman Decena put all of the instruments in place for Los Zetas to become the leading cartel after their split from the Cartel del Golfo. As a GAFE Officer he understood holistically what was required to run an effective campaign of domination of territory, and managed to create a drugs superhighway that stretched from the borders of Guatemala to the border with the United States, effectively running the entire length of Mexico.

Garcia Abrego, was not a military man, and having inherited a border plazas, had a different view on how to run things, in the traditional Mafioso vein. Relying more on greasing palms and a penchant for logistics, than the high tech operation put in place by Decena, with their own encrypted radio networks with camouflaged repeater towers throughout their territory.

Those that followed had insight but not the talent, the lack of decision making savvy leading to both men's downfall. El Lazca was at the time of his defection from the Mexican armed services, only a Corporal in the Mexican Infantry, and was not of the same calibre as Guzman Decena, while El Mata Amigos, Cardenas Guillen made a decision to unleash an animal that would eventually turn on him, Los Zetas.

One can look at Los Zetas after the death of Guzman Decena and see the decline of Los Zetas start from that time. The operational structure of Los Zetas went from a highly professional mostly ex-military cadre, to the recruitment of 15 year old girls as their territory grew and the military recruits were not enough in numbers to man that territory. While all recruits received Los Zeta training, you can only hone the tools that you have to start with, and it was Los Zetas recruitment policy that started their decline.

El Mata Amigos, made consciously bad decisions almost for the entire length of his leadership of the Cartel del Golfo. From the recruitment of Los Zetas, which gave them a short term advantage, but in the long term turned into a desmadre, to the decision to turn on those closest to him, which led to lack of respect from large parts of the organization below him. Today Los Zetas are just another cartel competing with all the others, with no tactical advantage over the other cartels.

After the fall of these men, we saw several changes of leadership within the CdG before Mario Pelon X20 took the reigns. He reigned in the dissatisfied factions within the CdG and made them pull together with a common purpose. His arrest was the signal for all hell to break loose within the CdG

Within Los Zetas, after the death of El Lazca, the Trevino brothers took charge and they had always believed that installation of fear would always lead to effective leadership. Comparing the two, Guzman Decena and El Z-40 were polar opposites, with visionary leadership a trait of one, and sociopathy a trait of the other.

A journey starts with a single step

Now we have set the scene for what came before, we can start to look at Metro 28's decent in the murky world of the Cartel del Golfo. His story starts for us on the 23rd of July of 2010 in Brownsville, Texas when he was employed as a halcone for the Cdg and was arrested for illegal entry into the United States. A month later he attended Federal Court with his Lawyer Rick Canales.

Inside the court room were his mother and wife. He broke down in tears in front of Judge Ronald Morgan. He was declared guilty of entering the US illegally and after paying a hefty fine he returned to Tamaulipas. He resumed his work as halcone for the CdG and again returned illegally to the US and one again was arrested by US authorities for illegal entry.

He was subsequently deported on an international flight from Atlanta, Georgia, to Federal District, Mexico City. He was charged by the PGR for crimes against health, but the evidence was not sufficient and a Tamaulipas Judge freed him.

He was then set to work for Juan Carrizales "El 98 Carrizales", who in turn was under the command of Juan Manuel Loza Salinas, El Commandante Torro, leader of Los Metros. El 98 was a regional commander, and under him M28 was promoted to Sicario, under the then Rio Bravo plaza boss "El Diablo". As with many, indeed like El Chapo, those who work in every facet of the cartel business become much more effective at command, but not in every circumstance.

M28 carried out his duties as sicario and became a trusted man within the Rio Bravo plaza, gaining more responsibility for guarding the plaza leadership. M28 honed his battle skills with constant gun battles against both the authorities and Los Zetas whose incursions from Ciudad Camargo and Miguel Aleman, meant Los Metros were calling for reinforcements from the Rio Bravo plaza.

Rio Bravo plaza were also at the coal face in regards of attacks coming from the Matamoros factions of Cartel del Golfo, whose activities were allegedly at odds with Los Metros. With Los Metros accusing Matamoros of terrorizing the population with extortion and piso of local businessmen instead of concentrating on the business of narco trafficking.

One can probably take these criticisms with a pinch of salt or indeed a whole barrel of salt, as all cartels at times claim to be saintly and only carry out their drug trafficking as though they were Jesus Malverde himself. While most sicarios are paid in product, if they end up snorting all their payment, they will carry out a bit of piso to supplement their incomes, and provide a bit of cash for their other pursuits. Those within the cartel who are caught doing it to the wrong people are dealt with and not heard of again, and those outside the cartel are normally killed in a horrific manner and left on public display.

Defending the boss

On the 17th of February of 2017, authorities decided to mount an operation to capture El Commandante Torro, who had been the de facto leader of Los Metros of the Cartel del Golfo. Los Metros decided to defend their leader and lost nine sicarios as a result.

Among the reported dead were M35, a close and trusted ally of Commandante Torro, and El Pelochas according to the reporter Demis Maeker. As with a lot of " dead twice " narcos, he had in fact not been killed, and was a victim or beneficiary, depending on how you look at it, of mistaken identity.

To remember his part in the defence of his boss, El Commandante Torro at Km 9, he ordered the band La Adictiva to record a song about this incident.


" I'm going to tell you the 100% true story of what happened in Reynosa, at Kilometer 9, the marines and the gauchos wanted to grab the boss, and with strategy we went out in line to confront them, prepare the people!"

Not long after the incident at Kilometer 9, the Mexican Federal forces killed El Commandante Torro. As usual with such a big cartel, with no clear lineage to leadership, the CdG descended into an orgy of violence to decide who would be the next leader. The main protagonists in this struggle were the nephew of El Commandante Torro, Alberto Salinas, El Betillo, and Jesus Garcia, El Guero Jessi, who was one of the most trusted confidantes of El Commandante Torro.

At this point in time, Petronillo Moreno Flores, El Commandante Panilo, and El Pelochas were on the side of El Betillo. El Guero Jessi had taken refuge in Nuevo Leon in one of the safe houses belonging to Commandante Panilo. Ambition can be a cruel mistress and realizing what was up for grabs, Comandante Panilo threw his hat into the ring for the leadership, and abandoned his support for El Guero Jessi.
Commandante Panilo



This left El Betillo with the support only of El Pelochas, and between them they came to the decision that El Guero Jessi had to be dealt with and that Panilo should be sidelined. They went forward with their plan and at a meeting, they executed El Guero Jessi.

The second part of their plan was to discredit Commandante Panilo, they circulated the rumours that Panilo had robbed money off the widow of Commandante Torro, needless to say this was seen as a no-no by the rest of Los Metros.

The out and out battle following the death of El Jessi was reported on by myself in an article of 5th May of this year.

Disputes between Cdg

This dispute carried on into August and September


The dispute led to El Pelochas sending out a message to Matamoros faction of CdG

"Since the CdG commanders took the reins, together and in common agreement, we began a restructuring, dedicating ourselves to the removal of extortion to the working population, and attacking the kidnappers that plague our border so that at the moment that type of crime here has almost disappeared.

We do not want to be saints of devotion but we are dedicated to drug trafficking and have enjoyed some tranquility but the excessive ambition of Sr Alfredo Cardenas, who at all costs intends to seize our territories.

I want to ask you to take precautions and if not necessary do not go out to the streets at night as we expect more actions from the sicarios of Alfredo Cardenas, those who have to now come to cause misfortune to our families while they dedicate themselves to leave their patrol vehicles full of weapons.

But as the ambition of Alfredo Cardenas is unreasonable, we think this week they will continue their attacks in both social networks and our territory, so I ask extreme caution while I try to solve this situation.

I do not want to act as "mother", but I want our territories tranquil and I will not allow criminals to continue the slaughter of innocent people or young men that are not armed.

All these killings are ordered by Alfredo Cardenas, and passed down to their people of Matamoros, I hope they think about what awaits them on our border, and I hope this week everything will be resolved. ATTE: Commander M28".

I doubt very much that the issue will be resolved, and El Pelochas will probably go the way of his predecessors. He is intuitive through long periods of having to defend Los Metros borders. It would be good if he is sincere about his resolve to leave the citizens in peace and concentrate on drug trafficking, and to that end if he became overall leader of the CdG and all its factions, Tamaulipas might return to a period of relative peace, given that Los Zetas are more interested in attacking each other in the north eastern border states than they are attacking the CdG.

For further reading about CdG you should visit the sites below. Most of the mainstream networks do not report on Tamaulipas in light of attacks on them by CdG and Los Zetas.

Valor por Tamaulipas
Epoca Violenta
La Silla Roja

107 comments:

  1. Arturo Guzman Decena was a lieutenant educated in the mexican military college, a capable military leader, corrupted by his superiors and the "law" of due obedience, loyal to his superiors like osiel, but a corporal like el lazca and his band of gafe/zetas had the kin of ambition that respects no boundaries, coupled with the disrespectfull attitude of z40 who had been "educated" in the kind of disrespectful texas school of brag by ant means necessary that considers everybody else inferior.
    It was a disaster for everybody.
    Former Reynsa mayor, now GOVERNOR francisco javier garcia cabeza cabeza de vaca is accused of having been financed by narcos from all the organizations from the start, and now he is the governor, still running shit but now the TAMAULIPAS FUERZA DELICTIVA ESTATAL COVERS HIS ASS, cabeza de cagada de vacas does not need sicarios of the drug traffickers' to help, he is now the dear dandy sugar and spice of tejanos like the new hidalgo county sheriff, thanks for reporting, but try and dig some upstairs where all the shit emanates from, none of the sicarios above has million dollars residences in tamaulipas, or chalets of 30 car garages in their "new residences in tejas"

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    1. Yo sexo mucho chiquito sol porque natcoa son criminales en pais druga mucha y pilicia.

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    2. Guzman decena started as a bodygaurd for a cdg plaza boss that didnt like to carry weapons. Osiel met him thru him. Then after creating the zetas unit he liked to get fucked up in the afternoons and go see this lady in matamoros and have his men closed the entire street while he was on his "date" someone got tired of it and called the authorites and he end up dead.

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    3. Guzman Decena started as a policia judicial federal after leaving the mexican military, he did not go awol like some other former GAFES did, some of whom also retired after killing indians to prevent them from becoming communist got too old and got exposed like the kaibiles in guatemala.

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    4. Ok then after that he was posted as a cop on the border where he became a bodyguard for golberto harcia mena and thsts how he met oziel.

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  2. When Pelochas took the reigns he went after families of those that didn't align with him, many deserted the ranks and he ordered executions on any deserters. He sent people to charged businesses qoatas and told them to say they are for M-100 his Rival so that businesses would not know it was him charging qoutas. His gone either killed by the Matamoros faction or running for his life. The only way out of reynosa was across the river to the US side since all the exits were being guarded by his rivals which have already hunted down all his people. The matamoros faction has around 400 regular units and 50 special forces units called the scorpion. Each unit heavily armoured to withstand 50 cal. Each unit comes with four sicarios.

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    1. 馃槜馃挩...

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    2. Yep, look what happened to Jessi's family. Him and Betillo spread rumors of robbing Toro's family when it was in fact them. His own scumbag nephew.

      "Respect and tranquility for the people"?

      Penochas is a huge piece of shit and will get a what's coming to him. Scorpions already started invading heavily into Reynosa with the armoured units you speak of.

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    3. that video where the dudes dressed in fatigues at night time and a shit load of white trucks.. he says " Reynosa , no se preocupen , grupo Escorpion." well those dudes look more mature then these 16 yr olds who die in shootouts. which leads me to belive they are professional hitmen. Escorpions look heavy in that video

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    4. Pelochas daughter is married to Toro's son.

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    5. pelochas daughter is not married with toro's but but with toro's nephew, el betillo.

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    6. "Police background criminals like to have names of dangerous animals for their names"
      CUANDO LOS TIGRES DEL NARCO SE SOLTARON, By Humberto Padgett
      Los linces, also known to be state sponsored terror squads, like the "escorpiones", must be cabeza de cagada de vacas special death squad, FUERZA DELICTIVA TAMAULIPAZZZ

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    7. It's Toro's son he's an American citizen from mcallen. Reynosa codigo rojo posted pictures of the two with their son and their home in Hidalgo, Tx.

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    8. Guys notice the coded language in one of the comments

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    9. They all are going to get replaced just the rest of them have had in the past, is going to be faster if they can't fix things for the real jefes de plazas.

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  3. Hope they keep killing each other.

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    1. 7:43 nope, cabeza de cagada de vacas is killing his partners in crime and associates to cut the chances of their testifying against him, after so many years of being the top capo without getting caught, it had to take a Lotta whitewash to make him whole.

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    2. 12:44 osiel cardenas guill茅n financed cabeza de cagada de vaca start in politics and his successful run for Reynosa mayor, but the bitch would not stay bought, some said that about Teddy Roosevelt.

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  4. Where is chiricuas in all of this? Which of them is the biggest fish? Who are the traitors?

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  5. That's not Z-1 photo. That's flanders 1 and his brother flanders 2 looks almost the same.

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    1. 7.58
      Your right,Raul Hernandez Barron"Flanders 1"was original Zetas with Decena,Lazcano,Mamito etc.
      Flanders 1 is dead as you know killed by Marina 2014,his brother is still alive locked up,the balloon 12.52 probly doesnt know what we are talkin about,Zetas died with Lazcano,he was Z

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    2. 7:58 is right, that is not Decena (Z-1).

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    3. Thats the only known military photo of Z-1. He was 18 or 19 in the photo.

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    4. The photo of arturo Guzman decena in white T shirt holding a rifle, the cap says PJF, Policia Judicial Federal, his job in tamaulipas when he got acquainted with Osiel.

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    5. That's besides the point I was making 2:43. The photo next to Juan Garcia Abrego is Z-1 as a young soldier and way prior to his PJF days.

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    6. @2:43 and z1 was much older when he became a Policia Judicial Federal, after he graduated the military college at about 20 years old and got commissioned a lieutenant in the mexican army.
      There should be a lot of photos in the army archives, a biography, family data, but it is all gone, blame the mexican government, for all we know, Arturo Guzman Decena may have been pulled out of the cold by his masters in the federal government and the mexican army, he and his zetas facked up all the NE and spread a lot of the BS all over the rest of mexico in cahoots with priistas and panistas in and out of power and about to get back in power like epn.
      You Never Know is more than a Rock 'n Roll song turned country

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  6. First Tamaulipas has the CDN the old school Zetas and factions of the CDG going at it with each other. Its a big mess in that state. The CDG is not what it use to be. Neither is the Zetas with Trevi脩os family splitting making there own CDN.

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    1. 11:25 Which CDG faction is allied with the Old School Zetas?

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    2. 11:25 Matamoros faction

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    3. Thats bunch of backstabbers in both towns, didn't old school zetas fought the cdg when they split?

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  7. Pelochas worked under former plaza boss of Matamoros Beto Fave until Fave was killed by Tony Tormenta supposedly for being a Z, but anybody that knows a little about CDG knows that betrayal is a daily thing. Pelochas was also a close friend and worked for Juanito Carrizales el 98 until his captured in NL. Basically Pelochas took over Juanito 98, but all this betrayals started to happen when Gafe m64 and Toro m42 became more relevant in the cartel they both executed anybody that got in the way including Junior Cortez c2, Tachas m17, Aguila, Salinas m32, erik el mono m76, nico.

    Panilo is trash.
    Chiricuas has been staying out of trouble.
    Miguelito m56, Choco, chiricuas are together most likely backing up panilo.

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    1. Well, more specifically he was part of El Apaches crew, the brother of Beto Fave. They were all part of Grupo L, which Tony Tormenta targeted hard back then.

      Grupo L was originally led by El Meme Flores, then El Karis and lastly Beto Fave, before the group was desimated by Escorpiones on suspicion of betrayal

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    2. M28 pelochas is HATED in reynosa, codigo rojo a very popular fb page there constantly blast the cdg and m28. By the thousands of comments of people in reynosa, pelochas is hated by all citizens and they somewhat favor panilo

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    3. 11:27 Junior Cortez survived the attempt on his life. Now his father Senior cortez C1 in charge of the matamoros faction is going after los metros.

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    4. 11:26 Nope not all Metros just a few

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  8. It was reported last week he was wounded in battle with the feds.

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    1. It's also been reported that M's now aligned with CDN.

      Not sure if true, but didn't L-28 start out as a zeta, as did many original Metros?

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    2. 4:24 "L's" or "Lobos" where not Z's lol they where a a group of the CDG commanded by El Karis they where the ones that cleaned up Nuevo Laredo with the help of the original Z's.

      "L's" where a old CDG group just like Sierras, Metros, Ciclones, etc.

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    3. 5:59 Puro pinchi gramero barato y lavacarros,
      Please name something BIG, at least from governors or military commanders to police chiefs like "El truko".

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  9. The zetas didnt decline when el z 1 died. They grew. The original zetas became drug traffickers and then cell leaders whom hired new zetas to work for them.

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    1. Yes exactly. In relative cartel terms, lazca did a bang up job. He grew the cartel to rival the power of its bosses and created a country wide organization which he fronted for a decade.

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    2. Seriously lazca did a great job? He was only boss of his cartel for what 2 years. He was the one that decided it was ok to ask for cuotas in other words he was extorting everyone he cld in hes territories and the fact is that he was losing the war. At first the were seemingly winning. The cdg pushed the zetas out of their premier territories then fought them further south. The zetas had hidden people in the cities and better intelillegence networks the cdg was always better connected and has plenty of guys whiling to pull triggers. Costilla tormenta a lot of metros killed a lot of zetas. Some zetas stayed cdg. But lazcano wasnt a good boss. He had some guts and he built a cartel with a lot of help and connection that he was given by the cdg. He was given a great territory nuevo laredo. But he was too violent and to full of himself and he died quickwith one bodyguard. Some say betrayed by trevi帽o but thats not a proven fact. But if it was he promoted the wrong man.

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    3. El taliban quit the zetas because the zeta chorrienta is a gandalla that would never pay the troop because the horse ranch on the US he bought for his brother was more important and the people that went with el taliban also contributed to the fall of la chorrientazz until they all ended up in prison no wonder El Judas ended up cogido and arrestado.

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    4. 3:43 you are way off bro. El Lazca took over the Zetas after Z-1 was killed in 2002. He was the Zetas supreme leader for almost 10 years before his death. When the Z decided to ho independent he and Z-40 shared leadership of the Z. And you have it completely wrong about who had who on the brink of collapse. Zetas almost had the CDG on their death bed. If it weren't for the CDS and the Mexican government saving their asses time and time again the CDG would be dead. The Zetas had the best equipment and radio communication network of all the cartels. The Zetas in their prime were a huge pack of wolves and El Lazca as a leader had to keep the wolves happy. To keep the wolves at bay he allowed them free reign to do whatever they wanted as long as they did their job. I don't know who you got your information from but whoever it was didn't do their homework.

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    5. El Taliban quit because he felt Z-40 set up El Lazca to be killed by the government. Nothing more and nothing less.

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    6. Lazcano wasnt the supreme leader of shit for 10 years. El kelin o el z 2 outranked lazcano. The zetas as a cartel lasted from 2010 on. Before that they were golfos and not independant. Also not all zetas left the cdg. You dont know shit.

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  10. Any cockroach is “criminally talented” - loose description for 99.99% of the world’s popoulation so that is a ridiculous statement. I bet if you took all members of the Z’s and added total education you would be on par for a 3rd grade level of geniuses. Uneducated imbeciles with a level of competence that belongs where excrement begins. In total - all POS’s that need to be eradicated and exterminated.

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    1. 1230. Could there be a hint of jealously in your words? There are not ought to be unless you wished you were one with job. Go selll some Z tennis shoes for 40-60 and Z cameras for 80-180. Or make and sell some BMW Z's. Ought to not make your writing appear without a hint of jealousy then

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    2. For 12:30PM I second the mothion.

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  11. The entire reynosa metros faction is garbage. Bunch of backstabbing bitches. Reynosa used have money. It was a great plaza for the cdg. The metros ruined it

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    1. Reynosa got facked up since francisco javier garcia cabeza de cagada de vaca got elected presidente municipal, by then he had been working with all of the worst of the tamaulipas criminals, but mostly on extorting and kidnapping for ransom, but in tejas, el cabeza de caca de vacas had already been arrested on weapons charges as a juvenile offending gangbanging american citizen
      But of course, favorite sons get their records scrubbed on the US by the government and the press

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  12. Beto five was going to let the zetas work in the matamoros plaza so he was killed along with most oh his men.

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  13. The only Gulf cartel leader that was able to completely control Reynosa, Miguel Aleman, Diaz Ordaz, etc was the late Samuel Flores Borrego Sr. m3 until he was killed by his right hand man Juan Reyes R1. Sr. m3 was bigger than el coss Tony Tormenta, and was completely loyal to the Cardenas family of Matamoros. Envy played a huge part in the murder of m3, and again there are conspiracies but those behind his murder where el coss and R1.

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    1. He didnt control shit. The man who sent him to reynosa controled him. El m3 took orders.

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    2. M3 was the supreme leader of los metros who single handedly owned reynosa and controlled the territory leading to the border. Coss wanted to stick to making $$ so he reached out to the sinaloas and a deal was made between Matamoros & Culiacan. Coss knew m3 still had grudges towards the sinaloans for the men he lost in sinaloas botched attempt to take NL. R1 being loyal to coss took advantage of the brewing beef between z40 and cdg heads for the killing of concord 3. R1 tried to quietly kill m3 and attach it to z40s beef but was found out. With M3 dead el x20 took over, feeling pressure from fellow metros bosses to take revenge, x20 set up a meeting with coss and the sinaloans in matamoros with the intention to ambush and kill them. Idk if coss showed but el Azul did and almost died in the ambush, coss ended up arrested and Culiacan cut off all ties with Tamaulipas. cds & cdg do have a strong alliance in zac though,they are now locked in a battle with z, cdn & cjng

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    3. Yep. Many might claim the betrayals in CDG started with Osiel but it really all kicked off with M3 and then Gringo Mike. It's suicide to join any cartel at this point but a real disregard for one's life to join the Golfos..

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    4. The pinchis narcos that fell or got felled left it all to the presidente municipal de Reynosa, since before he got elected, with osiel cardenas guill茅n money, francisco javier garcia cabeza de caca de vaca.

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    5. @8:13

      This came out in a manta. The manta said that it was El Gringo that tipped off the Sinaloans of X20 betrayal. And that if it wasn’t for El Gringo, Azul would be dead

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    6. 8:13 Very interesting. I did not know all of this and we do not get word of these things over here. Thank you for detail.

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    7. although he began in the army, Lazcano was later in special forces, the above article is incorrect. a few years back there was a manta with bodies that gives more information. bb has an article and quite a bit of information about what happened.
      http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2013/04/sinaloacdg-alliance-over-blo-again.html

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    8. If they had done any real damage to azul it would have been a war zone

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  14. Thanks, loved the article. Brought a lot together, and filled in the last few months, I hadn't been clear on.

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    1. 2:14 Yes it was and thank you Otis. I do not know much about los Z but I do know Sinaloans have long had big relaci贸n with CDG - but now just certain people in north east that manage la frontera from San Pedro Garza.
      Very informative - thank you.

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  15. Oh, and the murder of M3 was like an iconic moment when it happened, everyone could feel that was like a turning point into depravity and chaos.

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  16. If it wasn't for bitch ass chapo there would be no zetas

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    1. Unless Chapo father them, they would of still been around

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    2. Carlos salinas de gortari is the father of the zetas, his family was always being the gulf and eastern mexico and all the way to guerrero and yucatan crime, count in it, all the way to colombia, peru and bolivia, they just use a lot of name lenders and figure heads.

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    3. 12:51 You understand what most do not and never will.

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    4. 12:51 someone with real knowledge.

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    5. No coincidence Carlos is a chilango. He’s always been know throughout la Rep煤blica as 1 of Mexico’s biggest crooks. - Sol Prendido

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    6. carlos salinas de gortari is from nuevo leon,
      born in Agualeguas he calls himself and likes to be called "el hooombre de Agualeguas". his daddy raul salinas lozano went to el DF, alias mexico city tobecome a minister after graduating from Harvard, he was also ambassador to the URSS and very cuban friendly, like DFS founder and CIA point man in the fight against communism in mexico, army captain fernando gutierrez barrios who financed communism and communistas to kill them and show work to the US, they all went from communist sympathizers to oligarchs in favour of bigger oligarchs in mexican government.

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  17. I am so proud of the boys.

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    1. 4:36 look at them, your boys need some shaving,
      all the way to the yoyo.

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  18. Can u believe this the Mexican r getting beat by the cartel. They a Joke

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    1. Damn bro....put the bong down.

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  19. Is this really happening

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  20. Thats not z1.. Lmao

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  21. Mencho taking over. Cjng#1

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  22. Guzman Decena was the leader of Osiel´s security team, he was not a drug lord, the guy was an enforcer only. If I´m not wrong, Mamito once said El Botas Blancas was the one who connected los zetas with drug suppliers after they broke from CDG.

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    1. He probably connected them with Colombians but they made their own connections by taking over Guatemala.

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    2. Is it really that hard to find a connect in Colombia???

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    3. Its hard to get the product out and into ur country u moron

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    4. For the right "connect" in Colombia, you need to go and ask former president and mass murdering paraco/milico AutoDefensa drug trafficking leader Alvaro Uribe Velez, still running shit there all over the place with the billions of dollars he has made, not from clean businesses or political positions, but from drug trafficking to the US and other countries.

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    5. Fact: A total of three former officials in Uribe’s administration were convicted of helping to bribe.

      Fact: Uribe in 2009 already knew about corruption by officials at the Colombian tax authority DIAN that according to the current administration has cost the state $340 million.

      Fact: UN commissioner Ivan Velasquez revealed the far-reaching ties between the Uribe family and paramilitary death squads.

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    6. one more fact is that uribe was the original persecutor of his boss pablo escobar gaviria, who put him in charge of civil aviation in colombia, uribe knew the drug trafficking, he was all in it, still is, with the FARC AND THE OTHER GUERRILLAS THE PARACOS AND TH MILICOS, ALL URIBE'S

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  23. Nothing to admire here just a bunch of retard criminals showing off their stolen pickups and burning rubber like a bunch of kids. What a miserable short life they must live. I feel sorry for their parents who wasted their lives only to turn out a worthless sibling. No envy, no admiration, no accomplishment.

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  24. What the hell happened to R1 from the CDG??

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    1. I have heard 3 different rumors about el R-1 the first rumor was that he got killed in Mier or Miguel Aleman by the Zetas, the other rumor was that he got killed in Jalisco in a meeting with the CDS. And the last rumor was that he went to work with El Tuta in Michoacan a couple of years back sounds crazy but can be possible.

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    2. I have read the first two versions. The third was that he was a good friend of kike plancarte from los caballeros templarios. I then read that he change his code to rey DE reyes in south victoria. Then read that he and z2 had united in victoria. Then read that R1 went to work for C1 in matamors

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  25. The same that happened to mario Pena alias "el popo" lo vendio su gente.lo mataron por la espalda. El x20 era el jefe en esos tiempos todo por la plaza.....el mario era mi primo. Y always wonder quien lo vendio? Saludos de Roma Texas....

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    1. Wasn't he killed by that commandate pajaro. The border patrol agents brother.

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    2. That's the problem with the golfos they all betrayed and killed each other.

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    3. Tu primo no valio verga. Era un pinche traidor.

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  26. @9:03

    Si a Mario Pe帽a se lo chingaron por ser trabajador del Comandante Gringo. Estos putos andan como andan porque traicionaron Al Gringo. Ese si sab铆a jalar y no andaba nicliando como estos flonkes. Todo lo que tenia El toro era del Gringo. Los ranchos, casas y asta la esposa del toro era querida del Gringo, auntes de que se casara con el toro ella andaba con comandante Gringo

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    1. You got any more info on El Gringo?

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    2. 1:37 knowing "how to work" is not as important as knowing how to watch your own behind, and making sure traitors get it up the ass as soon as they even think the wrong toughts, they are usually your employer upstairs rather than your comrades or your achichincles.

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    3. Al gringo lo mataron por que mat贸 a metro 4 no nada m谩s lo mataron X matar. Despu茅s de la muerte de m3 se qued贸 de jefe m4. El gringo quer铆a ser jefe y mat贸 a m4.

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    4. “NICLIANDO” I haven’t heard that word in awhile. But an actual underworld operator just spoke. - Sol Prendido

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    5. what does nicliando mean?

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    6. @ 5:34 It means nickel and dimming. 4 short you just say nicliando. - Sol Prendido

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    7. obviously never heard that one before
      thanks for the reply

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  27. @9:16am

    No. Todos sab铆an que El Gringo era la mera verga cuando mataron al metro 3. El, X20 y metro 4 se quedaron como jefes. Pero El Gringo nunca quiso la calentura y dej贸 que Mario Pelon se quedara con el puesto, el comoquiera estaba asiendo sus millones. X20 lo traciono por envidia. Gringo si se meti贸 al metro 4 pero no era por la plaza, era porque el metro 4 y su jente se quer铆an pasar de verga con una jente de Comandante Michael

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