Friday, October 13, 2017

San Diego: Body found in oil drum in Chula Vista bay

Body found found in oil drum in Chula Vista bay

There is a slight chill, a hesitant breeze, as San Diego eases into fall, particularly along the bay, even as the sun hits it's brightest points of the day.  There are dozens of small boats, yachts among them anchored along the marina, off J Street and Marina Parkway, the park looks out onto the bay, a tranquil landscape amidst the gloom and steel of the industrial area surrounding it.

A 55 gallon oil drum, weighted down with cement blocks, and a metal chain, was pulled out of the Bay, late yesterday afternoon.  Investigators on the scene say it may contain human remains, due to the smell emerging from the drum.  Family members of a recent missing person arrived on the scene, hoping for relief or closure, one way or another.  Authorities confirmed nothing else, as of today.

For some who know, who read, who saw, who remember, there are shades of other bodies found in strange ways across San Diego, especially Chula Vista, Bonita, Eastlake.  They were found on golf courses, in parking lots, strangled and beaten in vans, with messages painted on the side.  They were found sometimes in plastic drums, acid singed remains of humans, carne asada roasted outside to cover the scent.  They were found with toothpicks, hundreds of them, around the body and face of the victim.  

They were calling cards of Los Palillos, a former cell of CAF, in the era of Benjamin and Ramon, who fell out with Javier Francisco Arellano Felix, and his top lieutenant Jorge Briceno, "El Cholo", they moved into San Diego, and began operations.  They trafficked meth and marijuana to the mid west, and primarily kidnapped, tortured, and collected ransom for Arellano Felix members, affiliates and their families. 

Don Balas son, Balitas was kidnapped, among others, including Eduardo Tostado, "El Mandil", who was rescued by the FBI. Sometimes they released their victims, many times not.  They were driven by not just profits, but revenge, for the death of Palillo, Victor Rojas, the brother of Jorge, who led Los Palillos. 

They terrorized those hidden communities in the enclaves of the family members of Tijuana/Sinaloa connected families, and the San Diego police department, opening fire with automatic weapons during a high speed cheese and leaving two officers with severe injuries.  Eventually between 2007 and 2009 they were indicted, arrested, and in long lasting trials, all but a few given life sentences.

Yet, some remember.  Perhaps this is not like that, a personal dispute, a crime of passion, an affair gone wrong, or a fight gone too far. Someone, for some reason placed limbs and body parts in a drum, and tried to conceal it forever beneath the dark green/blue waters of the Pacific. 

A bloody frenzy of killing devours many in Tijuana, as CJNG and CTNG dispute the plaza.  Bodies are found in drums, in suitcases, thrown from bridges, in the trunks of cars, feet bound, mouth gagged, handcuffed in the lonely fields of San Quentin, bodies decaying in the heat.

And in San Diego, one almost vanished into the murky depths of the ocean, who never talks, never reveals, conceals forever, a body, stuffed in a 55 gallon drum, sinking, slowly to the bottom, drowning it's secrets.  

53 comments:

  1. Contrary to pop belief this happens a lot un the USA. An acquaintance I know had a buddy who was found burned and dead in metal drum in Florida. Turned out he was in the drug bussines. A few years ago I lived in Los Angeles and several boddies turned up burned in several areas. I woman was also burned alive in the early 2000s. These are only a few cases but there are literally hundreds of similar cases.

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    1. I remember those women bodies but that was a serial killer because he would drop off the woman somewhere but set them on fire and they were always female he never got caught he would kidnap the girls and then burn them alive.

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    2. Burning a body is an easy way to get rid of evidence. Not every burnt corpse is related to the drug business.

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    3. The woman was set on fire by a father and son. The other boddies were druggies or folks up to no good.

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    4. That guy is right. More people disappear to organized crime in America than people might think. It's not something made very public in the news. And the people that get murdered in our prisons due to organized crime are even easier for the public to forget. A small article in a newspaper, and that's it. That's the last the average citizen will here about that person. They don't even care because they are associated with criminals wether they were one or not. Oh, and Jimmy Hoffa got buried and a bunch of lye poured on top. He was goo a long time ago.

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    5. hoffa was shot twice in the head entering a house for a meeting with mafia by his friend irishman sheehan.
      hoffas body was immediatly cremated at a mafia mortuary

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    6. Don't believe Sheehan! He's one of the biggest liars out there. Read a bit more about that guy and you will see.

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    7. Certainly not...this can only happen in Mexico - not the all perfect and ethical USofA!

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    8. 4:14 in spite of the serial killers and mass murderers including genocidal ones working at the shade of the US government, they do not reflect the majority of americans.
      Same thing in mexico, in spite of our problems, most of which are generated by our corrupt mexican narcos and satraps in high government positions and their businessmen friends, the mexican people are another thing.

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    9. "Corrupt mexican narcos"

      That is why I cheer for the straight laced narcos.

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  2. Finally - Jimmy Hoffa has been found. The toothpicks were among the missing items from Sal’s Pasta & Linguini in Bloomfield Township the day Jimmy vanished.

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    2. HA! Imagine if they went that far to get rid of him. Hoffa has been under a cornfield for the past 50 years.

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    3. Freakin jimmy went on a deep sea expedition after his spaghetti

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    4. 10:04, one really does ‘never’ know — or do they??

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    5. President of the millionaire Teamsters Union was disalpeared, prolly murdered, ok, after many years his son became leader of the Union, ok too, but what is kinda' funnyis that many american police officers unions are now "Teamsters Union" card carrying members, and that their unions are heavily invested in what used to be exclusively .observed businesses, like casinos, sex trade hotels, including on the US and some foreign investments, loaded with a lot of risk that forces the police officers to be good boys and look the other way if they don't want to lose their investments, just like 401ks and some other "products" that at the end pay 1 cent per dollar invested, but only if you sign "confidential agreements" and pay the legal expenses of your defrauder.

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  3. Why were there hundreds of toothpicks near the victims?

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    1. Palillo = toohpick = cool name for a gang of low-life assholes

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    2. 5:21 palillos, toothpicks stuck into the victims skin,
      payback for the murder of "El palillo" Victor Rojas, leader of "Los Palillos Gang" and brother of Jorge Briceño "El Cholo".
      --You would understand if somebody murdered your brother or sister or parents or your children, I don't see why revenge murders are penalized so much, as long as the right fella gets got, wha's su mara?
      Cancer starts eating from itself sooner or later, beware.

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    3. some narco bosses throw brooms around the bodies of their victims, some leave pots of mexican stew and some cartel cells leave toothpicks. It is a calling card for the gang who did it.

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    4. It was the calling card of los palillos or the toothpicks a rouge cell of tbe AFO

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    5. Thanks for the answers. (Seeing a pot if stew near bodies would make me throw up. I have a strong stomach, but that would do it for me.)

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    6. Brooms are used to sweep the floors clean, thrown on top of these victims it means they were swept in a clean up operation La Barredora de Acapulco used to do it.
      The PRI used to be called La Aplanadora, The Steamroller used to compact asphalt, because every year el PRI would steamrl the competition, before the murdering started in 1968.

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  4. I'm so tired of it all, i sadly just dont care anymore.

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    1. 9:10 👹👺👽👻☻ that what it's all about, you get tired of caring and leave everybody else to their own devices, until it gets to you again and again...
      then you will be even more tired, too tired to run...🙈🙉🙊
      --Ahi es cuando te agarran como marranito y te enchufan como borreguito, at least GoFund some other activistas.

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    2. @ 9:10 pm
      Probably best to turn a blind eye.
      This never ends. A continuous cycle of death and destruction. Moreover, a policy citizens cannot change due to profits.
      Where drug trafficking is an illegal but legitimate source of revenue for governments.
      Furthermore; where policies are dictated by big corporations, companies with hundreds of millions of dollars lobbied for protection.
      One thing is definitely clear; Mexico has a problem just like America.
      The continuous need to feed and profit off the miseries of many.
      Regardless of moral ethics.

      Truly disappointing!
      Seriously considering of removing oneself from site and commenting. Pointless and voiceless when it comes to change!

      E42

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    3. E42 don't cut and run chickenass, it is not about personal convenience, it is 90% about troubleshooting and 10% about finding solutions, proposing remedies and cutting the cheese for a snack., real men do not quit.

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    4. I will take that response because I see your point. Moreover, a well deserved observation of the discouragement many here feel. I'm sure.

      However, I must admit that a need for mass protests from its citizens is required for change.
      Rather than the meaningless protest of inflation disapproval from its government.
      Moreover, the disapproval rating of its president.
      Where it's clearly evident that members of government who are incompetent.
      Thus impeding progress, safety and its future wellbeing of its citizens.
      This is what Mexico truly needs!

      E42

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  5. Hey, let's not get too hyperventilated BB. Murders in San Diego county are far and few between. I live here, amigo.

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    1. 11:19 well, the dead don't talk,
      and the dissappeared don't talk too much either.
      Guess San Diego has many expert criminals around?
      They should do some cleaning up after themselves.

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    2. The point is Tijuana is your closest neighbor. This death is most likely the spillover from Tijuana's ongoing fight for that plaza. Drugs, San Diego, and Tijuana are primos.

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    3. About 40 murders a year and it's been going up.

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    4. wow you are seriously mistaken ypur living in lala land

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    5. Hey who is clearing the land for next year's harvest in culiformia?
      Pinchis mariguanos se pasan de lanzas.

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  6. Let me put my conscious away. Because in the darkness it serves me no purpose...- Sol Prendido

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    1. Conscience is the candle that illuminates your walk in darkness... Heed, child, as it whispers words of wisdom...

      :)

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  7. Decapitated heads found in cueramaro http://notus.com.mx/cabezas-cuerpos-lugares-distintos-3-hombres-asesinados-cueramaro/

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  8. I strongly believe that CAF is attempting to regain its power. The evidence is clear the old guard is still around and active and are bringing in the new generation. The AFO never died they just went underground and have been restructing themslves and awaiting for the older crew to be release from the prisons.

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    1. AFO already had it's international limelight or say publicity back in the 90s. That cartel already did it's multi-million dollar prime years of full scale transnational exportation in the metric tons. How are you so convinced it's CAF and not some other cartel or even say another international mafia. Tijuana is CJNG and CDS territory now. CAF is just a dark legacy in the narco book.

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    2. A como son pinches noveleros chismosas.

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  9. So just for the readers chula vista is huge. j street is on the west side and otay ranch, eastlake is in the east. There are sooo many people from Mex that live here and Otay Ranch is somewhat a new development makes you wonder where all their money comes from. Nice cars in the driveway wife's dont work. Hmmm

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    1. Not government housing recipients from section 8 I can assure.
      Rather good investment business returns.
      Thanks for your input!

      E42

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    2. 10:06 maybe and maybe not. Could be child support money and a hard working man taking advantage of the situation... Maybe nut maybe...

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    3. I truly believe some people are lucky with money and some people are just simply not. Of course hard work is a factor but some people are just handed the right opportunities in a silver platter while others work like a mule with shit pay for the rest of their lives. Some people just own businesses and profit very well because it was inherited or daddy loaned them the loan to push the business up. These well off family men in the Eastlake / rolling hills communities could very well have a legal or illegal cash stream flowing to afford fancy whips and a stay at home feminine baby mama . I say it's 50/50.

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  10. This story made it out in MSM whereas the regular mass slaughter right next door is never(?) mentioned. Other supposedly relevant stories never make it either, like this one:

    https://theintercept.com/2017/10/11/terrorist-donald-trump-airport-bomber-estes-asheville/

    MSM surely promotes a narrow vision of reality.

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  11. High speed cheese?

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    1. It should read high speed chase I'm sure.

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    2. 7:13 We the experts knew already, newbies can catch up on their own if they feel the need. But thanks for the effort.

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    3. Hey fellas, there's a logical explanation for the error of the writer.
      I caught that as well.
      However, there is a logical explanation as to why this error was committed.

      Scientific evidence shows signs of irrational reasoning while eating Cheetos!
      Give him a break. He did a wonderful job regardless of mishap.

      Enjoy!

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  12. I'm surprised no one saw them dump the drum. J Street always has people around and at 11pm the security guard with his annoying light tells people to leave. There's even a little police station by the bathrooms!

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    1. Not when you dump it from a boat, genius.

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  13. San Diego is a very safe city.

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  14. Ive been doing some search on the id of the victim inside the barrel seems like they found who is the victim but have not released any info on that, also they put out a go fund me page for the missing 28 year old from chula vista, gruesome

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