Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Attorney General of Tamaulipas offers reward for the capture of three organized crime capos

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

Subject Matter: Capos of CdG, Tamaulipas Government
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required


Reporter: Proceso Redaction
The Attorney General of Justice of Tamaulipas has offered up to 2 million pesos reward to whomever gives information leading to the capture of three alleged bosses of criminal groups, for their alleged responsibility in the crimes of extortion and criminal association.

They are: Luis Alberto Blanco Flores, El Pelochas or El M 28, Humberto or Steven Loiza Mendez Betillo, Betito, and Petronilo Moreno Flores, El Panilo.

In a communication: the Attorney General informed that in the towns of Reynosa and Rio Bravo there have been wanted posters put up with the faces of the alleged criminals. All three have attributed the responsibility for acts of violence in towns of Reynosa and Rio Bravo for the control of criminal activities.

Image from Epoca Violenta

WARNING EXTREMELY GRAPHIC BLOODY IMAGES ON THE NEXT PAGE VIEW WITH EXTREME CAUTION.


According to the Attorney General of Tamaulipas, the denunciation can be received via telephone on the number 841 841 0595 or by email at recompensas@tamaulipas.gob.mx as well as recompensaspgje@tamaulipas.gob.mx.

And from Epoca Violenta
Otis: further to this the Tamaulipas Government have released pictures of four sicarios yesterday who were killed in a shoot out with Govt forces. In a effort to de-glorify the sicario lifestyle, the Govt decided to publish their pictures with three of the four sicarios were shot in the head with assault rifles, and show graphically exactly what the results of this are.

" Today 4 sicarios of the CdG were eliminated by Federal Forces in Reynosa, Tamaulipas in the Villa Florida Colonia, these imbeciles as with other sicarios have an ambition to die in "battle" as an heroic act, so their friends think about them with pride, what you see in photos a-d is what a high power bullet does to someones head".






39 comments:

  1. If I had (which I dont) relevant info I would never trust the authorities to pay out those rewards.

    My assumption is that in the end the money will land in the pocket of the brother/cousin/sister/niece of the person authorized to approve the payment.

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  2. Reminds me of the dont-do-drugs campaign with the egg-frying-in-the-pan commercial and the caption “this is your brain on drugs“.

    Most kids thought it would be cool to try to fry the brain.

    Those pix might even be considered cool in today's selfie-culture.

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  3. CDG? More like street venders forced to sell drugs for CDG. CDG is structured like a poorly disciplined prison. You have the big guys segregating and sitting back, thinking they got a head on their shoulders bullying and making the calls. They crossed the ethical line in the 1980s, hence been losing favor since. They look like cotton pickers rooting for Jimmy Hendrix to be the next president. No class.

    Otis, any news in the other states in Mexico? Something that isn't racist or hold prejudice against innocents? Something that doesn't spread ill will, greed, and revenge? C'mon, there is such news out there in Mexico without turning it toward segregation

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    1. Don’t you got a protest to be at? Silly liberal

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    2. 4.57

      What about the truth in your flower lined avenues of innocence?We need more truth in these times of political correctness,and less idealistic rhetoric such as yours,the world can be beautiful,it can also look like this?This is a blog about the cartel problem afflicting Mexico,not Womans fuckin Own.

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    3. Wtf are you talking about? I didnt read anything racist.people cant just call every little thing racism

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  4. Tamps gov’t basically saying “yeah we execute sicarios”

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    1. 5:51 yeah, we know sicarios at first sight,
      they look like "sicarios"

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  5. Nice Otis
    But Mexican newspapers already portray the horrors and outcomes of many. One thing I do admire and yet feel shouldn’t be seen by minors due to the graphic images.
    But yet all things seems to have been a failure to educate the consequences.
    Interesting theory and nice read B.B.

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    1. For the first two years I was writing and translating articles here I didn't include any graphic pictures, but I was advised by other BB reporters that they do serve a use, to shock those who don't understand the nature of the narco related violence in Mexico, so I put them in now.

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    2. Makes perfectly sense Otis.
      Anything that can make a difference for today’s youth! God knows it’s needed.

      E42
      Note; response and comment to previous was by me. You are definitely a true asset and warrior for B.B..
      Love reading your postings like many here do.

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    3. Good job Otis! Not all us live in Mexico

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    4. E42 I agree the The youth now a day are easily influenced bye this narco culture. We need to start being very blunt with our youth and show them the UGLY TRUTH

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    5. The more i see the pictures and the photos,
      the more I am convinced the government sucarios are doing extrajudicial killings for the hell of a fistful of dollars

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  6. Christian Lopez PalafoxDecember 12, 2017 at 7:47 AM

    Trust me, thats what the people of Reynosa want, for some time they were favoring Panilo to take out Pelochas

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    1. 7:47 go to reynosa and have a one man parade, congratulating the peepol of reynosa,
      And find out what the peepol of reynosa think of you

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  7. Just making way for a cartel, we all kmow wich one. These groups are just gangs now. NOTHING compared to what they USED to be.

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    1. I'd bet it plural "cartels". 1 single cartel would be too easy to focus on. Multiple cartels create confusion and justify use of force . Like in Syria; many different groups some fighting for power others trafficking weapons but plenty of smoke screens for confusion. Like in Afghanistan or like in Nicaragua in The 80's. Almost like a pattern

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  8. nothing to see keep it moving people

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    1. EL F1, Head of the Gulf cartel in Zacatecas captured and arrested

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  9. B looks amazing, he wanted gold but got lead instead. Now he got two pussies for eyes.

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  10. The second picture is guero jessie. Pelochas betrayed him and had him killed months ago.

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    1. 2:18 LONG TIME ASSOCIATES OF Francisco Javier Garcia cabeza de cagadas de vacas, now that La pancha is "the governor", he is killing his associates to have a clean slate and no witnesses.

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  11. The government version of a narcomanta

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  12. these look like people who were randomly pick off the street so that some politico can make a point. those "sicarios" sure did bundle up for the cold. i wonder if made them more agile and mobile durring the gun battle

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  13. It’ll be interesting to see if they do catch Pelochas or Betilllo. They’ve managed to keep it theatrical and compelling thus far. - Sol Prendido

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    1. It’s theatrical and compelling because neither is a strong enough leader to establish hegemony

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  14. CD Victoria gov is acting like the general in movie traffic.that movie was ahead of its time in yr 2000.maybe like sicario too.gov goes to the highest bidder it's going to bite them at the end worst than a hooker look at yarrington hope Hernandez is next along with Ep nieto.

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  15. At wey! Que feos pelados! Aqui espantan.

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  16. How much is $2,000,000. pesos in dollars? Sounds better than playing the lottery and those damned scratch tickets.

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    1. According to google...about $104,300

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    2. $2 000 000.00 Mexican peisos/20 = $100 000.00 usd,
      less mexican taxes, US taxes, interest for the usurious loan, and kickbacks for everybody up there.

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  17. In picture A they bullets look like they shrunk his head or maybe the sprinkled some beetlejuice dust on him after - Illuminati Confirmed

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  18. Panchito F1 plaza boss of CDG in Zacatecas has just been captured in Nayarit

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  19. A, B, where shot at close range, more likely after dying. The heads look similar to the brazilian video called tomato paste, where some dude is shot at point blank with a fal @ close range two full mags.

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  20. LOL

    https://twitter.com/HI_REYNOSA/status/941506498798276608

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