Sunday, October 29, 2017

"We are CJNG, we are here to stay'' says armed group.

Translated by El Profe for Borderland Beat from El Debate

 

A convoy of trucks with armed men drove around through the main streets of Loma Linda, Oaxaca, and left a message on a banner. "Let's go get the extortionists and kidnappers" 

A video circulated on social networks of a convoy of vans with heavily armed men driving through the streets of the town of Loma Linda, Oaxaca (Photo: Twitter). 



Oaxaca.- On social media networks, a video of a convoy of heavily armed men crossing the main streets of Loma Bonita is circulating. Through loudspeakers, they boast that they belong to the Jalisco New Generation Cartel and that they are there to stay.

In the images a long line of vans is observed cruising through the streets of the town; some witnesses said that there were seven vans and that they are heard with loudspeakers saying that the Jalisco New Generation Cartel had arrived.

Repeatedly, the voice of a man was heard during the drive saying, "We are from the Jalisco New Generation Cartel, bastards."





Finally, they left a banner in the surroundings area to emphasize that "they’re going for the extortionists and kidnappers", and that the town should not fear them because the cartel has nothing against them.

Sajid Quintero Navidad [El Cadete], cousin of the Mexican capo Rafael Caro Quintero, was arrested this month by US authorities at the San Ysidro international border crossing, the Southern District Attorney's Office reported [Friday, October 27].

The arrest is one of the largest arrests of a Mexican trafficker on US soil, according to prosecutors.

"With this action, one of the most important drug traffickers in Mexico will be brought to justice," said Alana Robinson, interim federal prosecutor for the Southern District of California.

In September of this year, a grand jury filed charges of conspiracy to import controlled substances and money laundering against Quintero Navidad and shortly after, on October 11, he was arrested when he tried to cross from Tijuana (Mexico) to San Diego ( California).

US authorities were looking for Quintero, alias "El Cadet”, 36, for his links with Ismael "El Mayo" Zambada, one of the leaders of the Sinaloa cartel.

The arrest comes after an investigation by the Federal Drug Agency (DEA) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), focused on "leaders, lieutenants, associates involved with money laundering" of the Rafael Caro Quintero criminal group and the Beltrán Leyva organization.

In 2014, Quintero Navidad was filed by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) of the US Treasury Department as a major trafficker who coordinated the transportation of tons of cocaine from South America to Mexico and then to the United States.

Sajid Quintero faces three criminal charges and, if found guilty, could face a minimum sentence of ten years for each of them.

His cousin Rafael Caro Quintero is wanted by the United States Government after being released from a Mexican prison, who are offering a million dollar reward to anyone who provides information about his whereabouts. 

76 comments:

  1. Cjng cant patrol tamaulipas or sinaloa like this. Oaxaca lol

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    1. No sh!t, it's not their plaza. Just like cds can't go like that in tamaulipas or zetas/golfos can't go like that to Jalisco or Michoacan

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    2. Todo así tiempo chavalo.

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  2. Esas 4 letras anda haciendo y deshaciendo. animo

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  3. What does the CJNG crusade against kidnappers have to do with the arrest of El Cadete?

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    1. 3:04; If I were a betting man, and a man who ran a business in the most strategic manner that I know how; I would bet that a competitor of CJNG is doing the sabor rattling in Oaxaca to attract authorities and attention to this state of little strategic value; comparatively speaking.
      I would even venture to say that the men and women armed and hired to hang banners, drive CJNG vehicles, and murder a few people (likely innocents) even believe they are truly in working in the service of CJNG, but actually working to serve a different organization.

      Requiring the Marinas, Army, AFI, etc to mobilize to Oaxaca would better increase the odds that large deliveries of contraband will have an even higher probability of safely going through the busy ports of Lazaro Cardenas, Manzanillo, Mazatlan; or whatever ports their valuable cargo is destined to arrive. Once safely offloaded highway a variety of routes to DF, Guadalajara are accessible and can more easily be driven by truck or flown by air to Mazatlan, Culiacan, Los Mochis, or other destination that someone is responsible to make deliveries to their wholesale customers along the Mexican border of Mexico, or to one of the many cities serving as distribution hubs in the US.

      But I am not a betting man so take this hypothesis for what you will.

      Good Day!

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    2. If I were betting man I don’t take other side of that bet. Very good analysis - especially for gringo ;)

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    3. @2:23 thats fresh perspective, thank you good sir for keeping this blog interesting. It's nice to hear something other than construction workers who swear they're in the cartels lmao good day

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    4. If 5hat was the case cjng wouldn't have a plaza in tijuana, colima, veracruz or even Jalisco. Goid try but uour hypothesis is way of the radar

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    5. @11:30 If your knowledge of CJNG reflects your spelling you have quite a bit to learn.

      @2:23 - very good point! LOL!

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    6. Albañiles are no "construction workers" unless they are working on the US where they could even qualify for permanent membership in the sorority.

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    7. That first reply needs to ease on then narco series for a bit

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  4. Times are tough! They’re on a budget! Look at them old ass cars!

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    1. Lol yea man I was thinking the same thing. Cjng the most richest cartel, supposly. N look what the jefes gave them to ride on old as trucks u get at the flea market. N I bet they r even stolen. Shit I rather work my ass off rather then killing ppl. I got me a ‘15 Chevy Malibu on 20s’. Animo compas.
      -💯

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    2. Cars depreciate once driven off lot. decades and centuries from now some cars will be worth a larger amount than what was paid for. Question is if the car lasts, who cashes in?

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    3. Guzman was always at his mom's house. What kind of car did he drive?

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    4. 5:55- Wow - thanks for the auto depreciation feedback. I am sure we all learned something new from your post - thanks!

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    5. If you're a boss and you have your gunmen/body guard most of the time they will be equipped with new models since they rely on them to navigate shitty Mexico terrain. That being said these guys look like grunts, expendable tweaker guns for hire. They ain't taking care of a senor they're tweaked out doing the suicide missions. Think about it ,would u give these guys a brand new Cheyenne? Lmao hell no bro here goes your 97 explorer animo hahaha

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    6. 9:47 - I agree and that supports Oct 30 2:23 observation

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    7. 5:55 who cashes in?
      You know perfecly, El Sancho is always on the money, you don't have to die, he drinks your beer and you're wearing his calzones, forgetabout 100 years.

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    8. A Malibu! 😏😝🤣

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  5. Hahaha. Convoy of mini vans and maximas

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  6. Well, I'll be damned.

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  7. Im still waiting for these guys to show up like this or leave a banner somewhere in Chihuahua

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  8. It is reported 200 Mexican military army have already been sent in
    CJNG are way out of line, crossing all the lines threatening and killing people from all walks of life. U.S. of A. will step in to stop CJNG with and for something to prove. U.S.A. covered themselves with the capture of Guzman, however they won't have to cover themselves when taking out CJNG.
    Nothing invested with CJNG

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    1. 4:19; “Even if there are instances in which it can be mistook by onlookers, never fool yourself into using misunderstood genius as an excuse to be a fool.”
      ― Criss Jami, Killosophy

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    2. 2:40 Killjoy also says: "when you have the guts to do whatever you do, save some guts for the consequences"
      Thanks for posting.

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    3. 4:19 10 000 soldiers and marinas and extra policias judicial federal and estatal and private security companies can not pacify secure or try and appear to make safe Guerrero State next door, what makes you think 200 aguacates will pacify Oaxaca?
      Priista Rodolfo Leon Aragon "el chino leon" accused murderer of cardinal posadas ocampo is mayor of Salina Cruz Oax. As a former commander of the polesia judicial federal he must know his criminals in Oaxaca,
      Interior Minister MAO Osorio Chón is aligning the stars to become the next presidente of mexico and become first fumanchú emperor of the aztecs, taking over every state helps his cause, but mexico will keep getting butt facked by Mao, they have their Pegassus and Galileo spyware to make sure and apply pressure where needed, narcos don't have any of that.

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  9. i was reading about a convoy in Oaxaca and suddenly the story changes to a whole different story about sajid Quintero,

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  10. Big deal nomas unos.pendejos.entran avisando.con las trocas.pintadas.con las letras De.tu grupo.cuando se les va quitar lo pendejos a los.mexicanos por.eso los gringos no low quieren y todos.los.demas suffren racismo.

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    1. Calmate ZIpote!!

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    2. From humble and respectful to criminals and murderers.
      Your perspective of discrimination / racism makes it more difficult to overcome for those good people.
      A horrible misconception with truths!

      E42

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  11. LET'S SEE IF THE ARMY AND MARINA GOES AFTER THEM LIKE THEY DO TO CDG IN REYNOSA UNLESS MEXICO'S BIGGEST WHORE GETS PAID OFF AND THEY BACK OFF WHO's The WHORE EPN.

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    1. The difference between CDG and CJNG is that golfos kidnap and extort the shit out the people like a mf

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    2. 4:59 CJNG does the exact same shit, they just say they don't so that people don't get rowdy with them

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    3. Ya mataron a 6zetas en Oaxaca

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    4. 11:39 did they carry IDs???
      or how were they found to be zetas?

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  12. The fact these guys like driving around in blatantly labelled caravans, with their bullshit "mantas" posted in town squares, shows how insecure and immature they truly are.

    THIS is why there are so many deaths in MX.

    Real seasoned Mafiosi operate in the shadows, not in showboat parades.

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    1. The question that should be asked?
      Where are the municipal police officers who are hired to protect their citizens?
      Rather contain such behavior from these assholes?
      Guess we are all free to do what the fuck we want to do in Mexico!

      That’s why México is what México has become today!
      LAWLESS..........

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    2. 9:22 lucky us, you have found the problem, that is 90% of the solution, say some wise men.

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    3. Mafiosi is the plural term for Mafioso

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    4. Mafioso know better than advertising their bullshit so openly, more like their enemies would give them free propaganda to burn their arses faster.

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  13. Hopefully he snitches el mayo out.. After all the people he snitched on and put people to die.. Karma

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    1. In their business everyone knows the stakes. The people he killed probably killed others themselves. I'm not justifying anything I'm just saying these guys aren't Sunday school teachers

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  14. The Italian mafia doesn't simply have the power to do the same the cartels in Mexico do. Even the local police arrest the local mafiosi lol.

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  15. I see a lot of haters here

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  16. Oaxaca? Lol, for a minute i thought they was cruising down Whittier with their tamales selling cars. Whats next "un convoy(5 ragditty)carros de eloteros aterrorizan tepito". Puro ridiculo. Mejor pónganse a trabajar honradamente chavales, horita tragan maruchans y van a acabar tragando tierra

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  17. Es el despite chavalones

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  18. A large part of Oaxaca belongs to Zetas, they should have tried to take over Veracruz before trying to take over some where else ,since they started they said they were gonna eliminate Zetas from Veracruz and guess who still runs Veracruz the Zetas.

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    1. Yeah, I think CJNG is the A.D.D cartel because they cant concentrate on one task before they start a new one. You can call them the tweeker cartel also. Not because they traffic alot of Meth, but since they tear shit apart and then never put it back together leaving moving aparts every where.

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    2. @9:36
      Gotta love the true irony of what you stated!

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    3. Cjng don’t care about Veracruz they already got the port same thing in Colima

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    4. 9:36 i am always tearing shit appart and never put it back together, but i am no seta, that for sure.

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    5. Cjng controls the port, their good with that

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    6. 10:24 you say CJNG don't care about Veracruz but they have been fighting the Z for Veracruz a good 7 years. Obviously they were the Matazetas for onset years. I say the CJNG actions prove your statement to be false. 5:11 what good is a port if you have to fight your way in or out to get your product to it's destination? Seems to me just having a port wouldn't be worth the effort but I guess narcos in Mexico aren't the sharpest tools in the shed. Especially since warring with each other constantly does absolutely nothing to increase profits or produce more product.

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    7. There are mexican sicarios still fighting long after they got raped, just to make sure people think they did not like it,

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  19. Why doesn't everyone just agree on a peace treaty and everyone gets a piece of the pie and not get greedy and act like gentlemen and do business as usual and not kill each other and stop messing with the people it's very easy to act tough with an AK.47 and fifty guys to back you up but once. you get extradited to the USA and in prison you are fresh meat so think with your head not with your balls idiots.

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    1. There can never be peace . "were here to stay" or just until we get killed in a couple or the dea zeros in on us . There is a real war . The USA is fighting it coverly and the government of mexico is carrying out the battles . As whith any civil war "spys" have heavily infiltrated both sides . Especially the governments side . The cartel and corrupt government are the underdogs because the "moral Majority" of all nations are against them . It could be ended with a "scorched earth policy overnight . I think only a few in the drug business really understand this . The real problem is the hide among the innocent just like all cowardly terrorist .

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    2. I wish that were the case friend.
      Unfortunately, common sense and behavior states otherwise.
      Fact is ; we will never stop the flow of narcotics.
      However, one thing is attainable, peace and tranquility for all its citizens.

      E42

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    3. 11:44 i have not seen american drug percursors being distributed anywhere in mexico, it is always the asian precursors for the mexican cartels, they also diversified a little into Krokodyl, a russian favourite. i'd bet the russians and the chinese have infiltrated the mexican crime scene and some of that is the reason la chapa is in prison along with mochomo, el benja and manuel noriega, they were doing their own thing, but the coon in the white mask is taking it all back

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    4. A Peace Treaty would be seriously wonderful and seriously old school. I think that used to happen WAY BACK WHEN in the olden days before all these idiots were using their own hard drugs. When some men still had at least a shell of gentlemen left in them. Now we have thousands of coked up tweaker ego maniacs with BIG GUNS who think they have big balls but who really know that they are screwed anyway, so why not die like in some gangsta movie. I just wish they would leave the poor innocent people alone who really are quite helpless do do much if anything .

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    5. These gangsta wannabes could nominate somebody they hate with all their might and the state should execute the nominees just to start the peace talks.

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  20. En Oaxaca andan Los del CDN osea Los Treviño's que cobran cuotas. No se a escuchado si an avansado Los del CJNG en Nuevo Leon? Los de CDN tienen Pura razita joben con hambre

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    1. En Oaxaca están todos los carteles mentiroso,en Nuevo León es igual que en Nuevo Laredo es la puta de todos los carteles también operan en Monterrey en Nuevo Laredo es la piruja de todos porque todos cruzan merca por esa frontera sin pagar cuota al CDN.

      En Monterrey están los Golfos/Zetaz Vieja Escuela, CDN, Brltranes, CDS,Chapulines (independientes), etc. Si están todos esos que no estén los del CJNG también en Monterrey.

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    2. oaxaca es mayormente zetas y golfos.
      y monterrey es igual mayormente zetas y golfos, con los zetas controlando la mayor parte del estado. hay otros carteles pero nada del otro mundo.

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    3. 2:44

      Pero de cuales Z te refieres? Porque los Z ahora operan en varias células los Z de Oaxaca no son los mismos Z de Nuevo Laredo (CDN)

      En Monterrey igual ahí los Z no son los mismos que los Z de Oaxaca en Monterrey están los Z Vieja Escuela contras de los otros Z CDN.

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  21. So a bunch of dead people I give them 1 week before they are kill lmao this idiots can't used their money cause they patrolling or taking care of their plaza jajaja then they get kill the only living life are the jefes

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  22. So nobody wants peace and your own territory and business as usual well like the bible says you live by the sword you die by it I remember when border towns and Nuevo Laredo were a nice place to visit nobody would bother you at 5 in the morning going home drunk and when it was divided by chacho and los tejas. until the Trevinos. ruined it for everyone. along with osiel.and yarrington hope they get sent to supermax.

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  23. Que paso CDN van a dejar a cualquier flonke que pase drogas Por n.laredo sin Pagar cuota. estan humillando a Al pueblo no que muy mafiosos ni.digan.que son de.n.laredo.al.rato.qualquier.pendejo.los va.hacer.de.agua
    Que paso familia.trevino.salgale.al
    Toro..n.laredo.tamp.u Laredo siempre an .sido.jumtos.en el negocio

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    1. Jajaja pinches Norestes puro wizote wey, no tardan en mamar aparte ya hay un chingo gente del CJNG cruzando merca por Nuevo Laredo sin pagar cuota.Los "flonques" son otros pinches vatitos del CDN hechos garras!!!

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    2. 9:36 no es lo mismo tener vela en el entierro que tener una vela enterrada.
      CDN es una pinchi bola de grameros, maruchaneros, lavacarros ignorantes y asesinos que alguna vez fueron albañiles y landscapers en tejas,
      uuuy que miedo.

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  24. Has anyone else noticed how this guys show up everywhere claiming that they came to a plaza to take it over then nothing. Actually the only thing about cjng that seems to happen is thatmiddle ranking men affilitated or once affilitaed are dropping like flies.

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