Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Free for $250 USD: "El 300" Leader of "Los Aztecas'' / Juarez Cartel

Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: El Heraldo

                                                       "El 300" Rene Gerardo Santana Garza
          Police Killer Freed after He pays 5, 000 Peso  / $250 USD Fine and Charges are Reduced

Dec 23, 2017
By: Ricardo Holguín

The State Attorney General's Office did not charge the offender with criminal charges and Santana Garza was only punished for illegally carrying a firearm and drugs, for which reason he was released and paid a fine, irregardless of the criminal background of the man and his constant attacks on security corporations.

The head of the criminal group called "Los Aztecas", linked to the Juarez Cartel, is considered by the state governor, Javier Corral Jurado, a highly dangerous criminal, after several participations in armed confrontations and he adjudicated the murder of the then head escort  of Mariano Contreras Rivera in Ciudad Juarez.

Santana Garza allegedly was carrying a 40-caliber pistol model JCP S & W, brand Hi-Point Firearms, with the serial number 711881 and a clipwith 10 shots, in addition to 100 packets of cocaine.

René Gerardo Santana Garza is currently 33 years old, he has large tattoos on his shoulders and chest, symbolizing loyalty to the criminal group of which he is considered a bloodthirsty leader; he had at his command about 250 people dedicated to commit extortion, drug sales and homicides in the state of Chihuahua on the US/ Mexico border.

Between 3:00 am on Friday, September 15, 2017, Santana Garza was arrested by the Attorney General's Office (PGR) and the State Police, in a special investigative operation; René Santana Garza was in the vicinity of a hotel located in the Omega Industrial Park.

Salazar Garza is presumed to have ordered the  murder of Journalist Miroslava Breach.

During the first reports, the detainee was placed at the disposal of the Attorney General's Office for crimes against health in the form of possession of drugs and illegal possession of firearms, as reported by the State Security Commissioner at the time, Oscar Aparicio Avendaño.

The State Security Coordinator gave an energetic comment when he pointed out that the judges leave the most dangerous criminals in the state free, and that this action has not taken place once, but several times; as they have granted the capos detained with freedom, despite the serious crimes they have committed.


"It is a reality that only in Mexico does this kind of thing happen, we are lamenting that after this arrest of an "Azteca" leader, our judges leave the criminals in freedom, it is a sadness and makes the work of all security corporations much more difficult, " Oscar Aparicio Avendano explained.

The head of State Security, indicated that they are ready to continue working and hope to continue facing the criminal cells, remembering that work will have to be redoubled due to the strengthening of the criminal groups after the release of their leaders.

Oscar Avendano recalled that a few months ago they also achieved a great arrest of a leader of "La Linea", José Luis González Montes aka "El 32", who after a few days in prison was released and at the same time he carried out several attacks on police and confrontations in the surrounding areas of wood.


"Los Aztecas", murderers for hire:

One of the most dangerous gangs in Mexico known as Los Aztecas or Barrio Azteca, which began their illicit activities in the late 80's in El Paso, Texas , where they began to expand to various places in the United States; such as New Mexico, Texas, Massachusetts , Pennsylvania and Ciudad Juárez.

Los Aztecas have at least 5, 000 members in Ciudad Juarez and at least another 3, 000 in the US; and in 2008, they formalized their alliance with La Línea, the armed wing of the Juarez Cartel, to begin the battle against the forces of the Sinaloa Cartel that tried to control the border area of ​​Mexico.


The control of the routes in Ciudad Juárez, known as the "Plaza Juarez," is vital for drug trafficking organizations since they are the main illegal conduit to the United States.

The DEA estimates that approximately 70% of the cocaine entering the United States flows through the area, which is the gang's main source of income, which comes from drug smuggling through the Mexican border into the United States. They are also responsible for the distribution and sale of narcotics inside and outside prisons. In addition to drug trafficking, they have been charged with several different crimes, extortion , kidnapping, charging piso , etc etc.

Members of the Barrio Azteca gang usually have US citizenship, which makes them ideal border killers that move back and forth across the US-Mexico border.


The gang has a militaristic structure and includes captains, lieutenants, sergeants and infantrymen with the sole purpose of maintaining territorial control and enriching its members and associates through drug trafficking, homicide, money laundering, extortion and intimidation.


Inside and outside the prison, from gang murders to car shootings, Barrio Azteca disciplines its own members and rivals.

The "vital blood" of the gang is the sale of drugs, which they buy at low cost due to their alliance with the Juarez Cartel and the profits from their own importation into the United States. They also impose a fee on independent drug traffickers in El Salvador, El Paso, Texas and in other parts of West Texas and in the eastern part of New Mexico.


Once the money is collected, the members of Barrio Azteca deposit it in bank accounts of the imprisoned leaders of their own organization, often using false names and female associates by bank transfer.

Aztecs vs Mexicles:

For years, bands known as "Los Aztecas" and "Mexicles" have maintained a confrontation after each of them allied with organized crime gangs such as the Juarez Cartel and the Sinaloa Cartel, who use gang members as assassins and distributors of drugs in different sectors of the country.


On September 26 of this year, "Los Aztecas" attacked the rehabilitation center "Uniendo Familias, Clínica para Vivir Mejor" in Chihuahua, which left 14 dead and 8 injured, according to the head of the CES, Óscar Aparicio.

The state official reported that among the dead are members of the gang "Los Mexicles", who were the target of this attack, however, in this same rehabilitation center were relatives of the inmates who also paid for the fees for their family members to stay at the center. 

The head of Public Safety said that after the arrest of René Gerardo Santana Garza, alias "El 300", leader of the cartel "La Línea", captured on September 15, he expected a reaction from this criminal group.


Police reports indicate that the attackers descended from a compact car and with their faces covered and entered the rehabilitation center called "Uniting Families, Clinic to Live Better," located in the Rosario neighborhood and opened fire on all those present.

The manner in which the gang that "El 300" runs is characterized by not having a specific place, they are mobilized where the adjustment of accounts is necessary; they are gang members without identity who have sought a family of their own in the gang.

Users in Rehab at the Uniendo Familias Clinic
In general they come from dysfunctional or single-member families (father or mother) and have taken refuge in what they consider their biggest family, and therefore, do not ever forgive a betrayal.

According to reports from the US Department of Justice (DOJ) : "Los Aztecas" is a "transnational gang that operates in both Mexican and American territory with a degree of sophistication rarely seen in groups of this nature."

The high capacities of Barrio Azteca are due, to a large extent, to the financial and logistical support it receives from the Juarez Cartel, as recognized by the US authorities themselves. The organization of Barrio Azteca is such that, in order to avoid the interception of its messages, it developed secret codes based on numerology and phrases written in Nahuatl.

With more than 100 shots "El 300" ordered the killing of the head of escorts in Juárez;

Mariano Contreras Rivera, 30 years old, chief of escorts of the Investigative Police commander, was brutally assassinated on September 6 of this year, when he was in Colonia Álvaro Obregón, where according to the investigations he was hit by at least 100 shots of gunfire.

At the intersection of Santa Elena Island and Calle Isla Caledonia where Mariano Contreras Rivera was patrolling the area when suddenly several armed men arrived in two vehicles, who unloaded their firearms against of the agent who was killed immediately.

This homicide was attributed to René Gerardo Santana Garza, "El 300", who ordered his men to assassinate him, without knowing the reason why he turned this order against the head of escorts, until now.

At that time the paramedics arrived at the scene tried to provide first aid, but the efforts were in vain, after the multiple injuries he received he died in a matter of seconds, since at the crime scene they were able to count around of 100 perforated bushings, among which were the caliber 9 mm, .40 and .223 caliber rounds from an AR15.

After the assault, the different security corporations began tracking the murderers, who have failed to stop anyone and only located one of the vehicles used in this attack, a Ford F150 2000 yr model sand color with license plates ZUE 1975 .

Agent Contreras Rivera was 6 years in the corporation, five in the department of Orders of Apprehension and one year as head of the escorts of the first commander.

History of Attacks of the Aztecs:

- Massacre in the Ciudad Juárez Prison, March 5, 2009
- Second CJ Prison massacre, July 26, 2011

- Massacre of Villas de Salvárcar, January 31, 2010

- Assassinations in the Consulate of the United States, March 13, 2010

- Massacre of Horizontes del Sur, October 23, 2010

82 comments:

  1. Mexican Constitution guarantees IMPUNITY and IMMUNITY. LOL this dirtball should have been put down like a rabid dog while in custody.

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    1. Yep, he smoked or was involved in killing an officer why was he taken alive. I know the guys that risked their lives aprehending this scumbag are not really happy shit if anything they are scared like hell.

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    2. 4:29 Exactly.You get the 'good cops' and they release them and put their lives at stake!What's the incentive then for a job well done?(we aren't talking money but pride).It's not just about the judge's bribe,he's got to realize that he puts the whole force at stake or but I guess he's doesn't give a shit about his fellow law enforcement colleagues.He must feel he's above them as he is 'white collar' or is forced to pay so much money for his position!

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  2. For all the ignorant comments regarding US Presidents and comments about racism, here is your enemy!

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    1. What exactly is you getting at

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    2. 8:23 the enemy is the State Police of Chihuahua, they were proven to be "linias" when the "CASAS DE LA MUERTE" of cd Juarez blew up, and they were working with the US Justice department taping some of their murders and later covering up their involvement.
      --But the state police was also "El Capulina" PRIISTA CESAR DUARTE'S POLESIAS, that how a BARRIO AZTECACA thrived and grew and remains powerful and in charge, with priista judges making it easy for them, the Cd Juarez mafia is not just the Carrillo Fuentes either, Cear "El capulina" Duarte was apprehended in EL PASO where he felt free among his partners en El gabacho.
      --Time for new governor Javier Corral to start his own Duterte Program and have some executions, and have this judge removed, he is not sharing the kickback, it sure was much bigger than the $5000.00 pinchis pesos fine, maybe now is the time to put El "Loco Duterte Method" to good use, one eye for an eye.

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    3. Another fine example of the Mexican gov working for the cartels. When will Mexicans learn. Ask for help from the north. We will want compensated though. And not with heroin, coke or meth. Get Pemex involved and then we can talk.

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    4. And there Mexico is your problem. Ray Charles could see it. Outlaws living and operating in a LAWLESS country.

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    5. In USA a gun and coke woulda put this man away for 10 yrs no questions asked. What's going on down there????

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    6. I wonder then why Mexico punishes people carrying guns with a ten year sentence? Does not make sense

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  3. Discretion is not necessary in Mexico’s judiciary system. A catch and release program where conservation of jerk bags are not in abundance!
    Great job Mexico!

    E42

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  4. Sadly our people continue to kill each other for weapons and money the white men give us. They pit us against each other to control each and everyone of us. They've done it for hundreds of years, creating cycles that make it impossible to escape. Yes you make some money controlling what little you do, but they control the prison's the banks the weapon manufacturers, all the way down to the tax on the plot of land that they put you when you die. Just know that this is what they created of our people.

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    1. 9:16 . Look at the upside . Each time you carry your lazy ass down to liquor store to cash your welfare check or use your government issued debit card . If it weren't for "The Man" a dumb son of a bitch like you would have starved to death a long time ago .

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    2. 9:16 you sound like an angry racist liberal

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    3. Where do these people come from?Are they really this racist?
      Do you even know any " white men"

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    4. "our people" No "white men" involved in any of this einstein,go read some more of your historic reading material and keep hating a whole people,pathetic

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    5. @9:16 the Bible doesn't say bigger truths...
      Thanks for your comment, nice AGENDA,
      and please keep commenting every day.

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    6. Justice for sale...
      --in Mexico the innocent usually don'the have the money or the enablers to get away with innocence.
      --But rich million dollar gangsters and murderers get the justice, the melitary, the polesia, the judges, to bend over for their GÜEBOS.

      10:52 the complaint is about the state sponsored terrorism and the extra-judiciary murdering of people in a country that has expressly
      NO DEATH PENALTY ON ITS CONSTITUTION.
      THERE IS A WORLD OF NEWS ON THAT THEME, CATCH UP BEFORE OPENING YOUR YAPPER.

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    7. Watch out there is a millie about
      millie=loony racist who haunts and trolls a BB
      There is a description in the dictionary with her picture

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    8. 7.36
      Yup,it really is starting to piss me off being told how "racist" i am and having to listen to shit like this

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    9. Shame of it,millie hijacking stories again,the fool thinks it is fooling people answering its own comments in the third person

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  5. thats how boss cells grow big like la mencha who been caught and released just to show all those michoacanos that your god will be a nobody if not for corruption , example when in california he got humiliated by the usa police and served 4 years no que muy chingon puro pajaro nalgon enano el mencho

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    1. Just like Chapo got caught and released 2 times. Mencho did 4yrs in US, now Chapo gonna get it in his Nalgas the rest of his life, a lot more than 4 yrs... lol why are there so many cartel fan boys. They're all the same low life POS!

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    2. What does Mencho have to do with this article?

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    3. How old are u 12. ? Todos los carteles usan corrupción y ningun cartel fuera nada sin mexico corrupto asi k bajale a tus babosadas oh como dicen en sinaloa ... saca la cavesa d culo pa k te de aire...,

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  6. Kill the criminals on the spot.Move on to the judges!

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  7. As in the EEUU, there are options to remove corrupt judges, but more than likely, those options are also corrupt as we see here and in the EEUU. The clock ticks on...

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    1. It actually seems as if the problem is not the judge, but that the State Attorney is not pressing charges.

      Thus I assume we know who the State Attorney:
      - is afraid of
      - fills his pockets

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  8. Viva Mexico and some ppl are complaining if police shoots first and ask later.

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  9. When did mexico only fine 250 dollars for carrying a Gun. Some new law?????

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    1. funny a foreigner gets locked up and faces 25 years but a mexi gets a cash fine and a 7/11 voucher.

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    2. Mexico needs to legalize guns so people can defend themselves from these thugs. Too bad the liberals are against that and like rewarding criminals lol

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  10. He had coke yet got released because of ilegal fire arm charges. Wtf is wrong with mexico. Cosechan lo que siembran.

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  11. "Mexican marijuana has long been a staple for smugglers. And experts predict the disruption created by the rise of legal pot producers in more states will only lead Mexican drug traffickers to resort to more violence.

    “You can’t beat the U.S. market for marijuana,” Shirk said, “but you can try to eliminate competitors that might be producing heroin in Mexico.”

    Drug cartels shift gears in era of legal weed

    https://www.abqjournal.com/1111307/drug-cartels-shift-to-meth-heroin-at-the-border.html

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  12. And people complain about extrajudicial killing.

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  13. He's the leader and only had 250 soldiers ? Aztecas are like 5,000 deep. Not all of them are involved at a high level criminal level. But doesn't seem like the complete leader

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  14. Dude is a shot caller for Los Azteca but yet he is carry a Hi-point .40 cal. Man, he must really want to die. That hunk of junk is barely good enough to be a paper weight.

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    1. Carries a .40 Hipoint simply to hide among others. The days are over in Juarez where men armed with AK 47s would drive around freely killing people. Nowadays discretion is a must although during an actual attack aks are still frequently used.

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    2. Christian Lopez PalafoxDecember 28, 2017 at 11:24 AM

      Tells you everything about how CDJ pays. At least in Tamps the plaza bosses have money, and the shooters get the maruchans. This guy must have the maruchans I wonder what the CDJ cholos cagados get. He should be locked away for carrying a Hi Point alone

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    3. 10:16 I assume you know nothing about firearms if you did you would know Hi-Points have the worst reputation in the handgun world. I understand what you are saying about the AK but common on. If he is that broke he would be better off carrying a revolver. It looks like Los Azectas need a better firearms trafficking contact. 11:24 I doubt this guy is a big fish or a boss within CDJ because he is only supervising street soldiers and he takes orders from La Linea bosses.

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    4. Aztecas are trash and by no means considered bosses .. La Linea on the other hand has immense firepower and are the ones calling the shots ... it’s funny that you mention Tamaulipas .. this poor tamaulecos are skinnier than the talibans overseas .. everyone I’ve met from Tamaulipas look to be malnourished so you tell me where the hell the money is at .. read the article buddy 70% of the blow coming To the US comes thru Juarez ... tamps bosses make they’re money extorting and straight up robbing ppl

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    5. @11:31 that is typical from people of Tamaulipas to be leaner .. in chihuahua Sinaloa and Sonora men tend to be more big boned and more massive due to their diet ... ppl in tamps do seem to look malnourished and poor very poor

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    6. Chihuahua men are bigger because of their bloodlines not because of their diet. There is a lot of Dutch, German and English blood that settled in Chihuahua in the late 1800's and early 1900's to farm. Not to mention the obvious Spanish and French blood that most Mexicanos have. That's why you can find just as many fair skinned Mexicans in Juarez as you could find in Mexico City.

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  15. 40-caliber pistol model JCP S & W, brand Hi-Point Firearms... lmao makes perfect sense

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  16. He said ireguardles

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  17. He should be embarrassed for carrying a Hi-Point. That's the real crime. Loser!

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  18. how many people killed miraslova breach? it seems theyre trying to pin it on everybody except the actual people who did it.

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  19. It don't matter what you do, the Mexican and American prisons are recruiting centers for cartel members, every gang who is about anything are doing their bidding , there is no stopping this cancer....this is only the beginning

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  20. Identify the judges in these stories. The cartels know who these pieces of shit are, they pay them. Clearly and loudly let their friends and families know about it also.

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  21. Wow and he carries a hi point , that is the cheapest gun ever , that pos jams and hopefully next time he uses it it explodes on his face , all that money and cant even carry a decent gun , no wonder they get killed all the time

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  22. He was carrying a Hi-Point lol😂 que pendejo

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    1. It’s a throw away dumbass

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    2. Stand in front of a hi point clown. See what it does

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    3. Yeah his enemies will throw it away from cold dead hands if he uses it in a fire fight.

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    4. Yet the dude is still alive with his hi-point.

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    5. He gave up like a chump to the police so we will never know if that Hi-Point would actually function. I doubt the police would give it back to him. They did him two huge favors. 1. Not assassinte him 2. Take his shitty handgun.

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    6. 7:34 fuckers like you talk alot of shit but have probably never seen half as much violence in your lives as this guy has in a year. There is a reason he had 250 people under his command. Talk shit about giving up without dying also yet you would rat out your brother and sister for a more lenient sentence here in the states. Besides he who gives up lives to fight another day which is what he is more than likely already doing with another weapon.

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    7. 3:55 its fuckers like you who have no idea what guys like me have or have not done. I have 17 years of law enforcement under my belt son. I have been putting trash like 300 in jail before you could even speak in complete sentences. Snitch my brother out? I highly doubt that junior. I live my life on the right side of the law so that's not me. I have done my share to keep my community safe. What have you've done?

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    8. @4:16 I, am a law abiding, voting tax payer. The kind that pays your salary do not forget that. This country being a police state nowadays assumes that anyone not in law enforcement does nothing good but I, being a Catholic abide by Mathew 6:3. Read it before you jump to conclusions as to what the average citizen does or not does.

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    9. @4:16
      Thank you for your service sir.
      I disagree with the insinuation of 6:42, i think the overwhelming majority of police officers are the good guys/gals, and yes there are a few bad apples, as in every service and walk of life. Including Catholic priest, same rule applies, generalizations are ignorant, unfair and dangerous. .

      I being catholic but not blind.

      Just a suggestion leave off the "son" and "junior" in your comment and it comes across much better. You don't need to try to make yourself appear to be wiser, most will already understand that. I may call a BB annoyance a Willito instead of fucker, but i feel better about it for not stooping to their level. Just a thought...Paz

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    10. Chivis you are right as always. I don't use those terms to slight the person who is the object of my frustration but its better (in my tiny world) than using the terms I am truly thinking. I am big enough to digress when the I am wrong. My apologies 3:55.

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    11. Thank you! Believe me I understand....

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    12. 11:29 I will respect cops that don't toe the thin blue line and upend corrupt cops anywhere for fun.
      If you have never done it, good for you, and for your corrupt brotherhood, but that doesn't give you a clean nose.

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  23. This man would have Ben put away for 10-15 yrs immediately in the US.

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  24. Has any of u seen the movie no country for old man. That amigo is what is happening in the u.s. Little by little. It makes sense to build the wall and get rid of the infestation of narco rodents

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    1. I did! great movie. It was filmed at the POE I used almost everyday. Acuna-Del Rio Tx. trust me what happened in the film very unlikely at that bridge. It was a movie after all. They made dozens of movies in acuna. rodriquez shot desperado and el mariachi there, on the main drag in front of Crosby's..and a bar massacre inside the "corona club'.

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    2. Those guys in the picture with their shirts off remind me of the scene on bridge to El Paso in the movie sicario . Hear there is a sicario 2 coming out

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  25. La Linea and Aztecas control Juarez and Chihuas. Fuck the Chaputos and Sinaloan punks who are only good to die.

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  26. Back when they first opened up the John B. Connally unit in Texas , The MM and the TS was dominant and all the gangs that fell under them . They reeked havoc on these west texas gangsters for the first couple years . Really it was almost any Mexican from the west . It really surprised me to learn after the big escape by the "Connally Seven" that there was one from El Paso in GP in that group .

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  27. The photo of the gangsters with their shirts off looks kinda fruity...just saying

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  28. Sanctuary for criminals, Unfortunately thats all Mexico will ever be....Unless the US steps in and straightens crap out...

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    1. Indeed, like Afganistán, irak, vietnam, korea, Somalia, Siria. What a beatiful it will be if captain america wasn't a fairy tale.

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    2. The US has no intentions of stepping in. Much less straightening things out. Mexico will not be bullied by a nation where its government is taking in billions from illegal activities.
      Do you think that Mexican officials would want their pockets much lighter?
      On the contrary! It’s citizens bear the weight and sole responsibility to remove the stench that has plagued its country.
      The only straightening out will consist of stopping the flow of drugs and immigration.
      Along with the unwanted people who are Bad hombres!

      Although I must say, feel sorry for those good people caught in this political web of uncertainty.

      E42

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    3. 7:48 The US and Mexico are forever linked in an unholy embrace. They both need each other. I laugh when the right wingers fall for the untruths spoken by 45. If the "wall" gets built guess who will build it? It won't be an American company or workers it will be a Mexican company and Mexican workers being paid by Americans to build "our" wall. No matter what 45 is saying or has said about who will pay for the wall our tax dollars will pay for it. The rumor I am hearing is that the Mexican company who is the front runner to win the construction contract is affiliated with EPN. How ironic is that?

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    4. Its only a matter of time before a terrorist organization rolls into mex and sets up shop.

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    5. I highly doubt it 11:35 Mexico maybe corrupt but the politicians are smart enough to know terrorist aren't good for business. Terrorist would only stop the flow of money to their pockets. Not only would the US cease cash flow to the politicians but the traffickers would go to war with the terrorists. No one wants a war zone between narcos and terrorists at their front steps nor their neighbors yard.

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    6. @11:35. You're fuckin stupid!!! Mexican people including the ones that work for cartels do not want to blow up innocent Americans for many reasons. First of all many Mexicans including cartel members have relatives living here in the states. They know a bomb by a terrorist does not discriminate agains anyone. Second if Mexicans and specially cartels allow real terrorists to set up shop in Mexico this would mean that terrorists can also blow up potential or active customers of theirs. Third Mexicans including cartel members do not enjoy harming kids. Unlike stupid terrorists. For at least these three reasons and so many more terrorists will have a hard time setting up shop in Mexico.

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  29. The pic with the kid holding shotgun comes out in several west coast norteno/sureno (whichever claims blue) rap videos escept without any of the text

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  30. Hes not the leader he is just a lieutenant. Tablas is the leader of the aztecas.

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  31. This is one of the more hated prisons gangs in usa all around

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    1. The more power a gang has the more they are hated. It goes with the terroritory in prison. The TS and the Texas La Eme hated the BA because they wouldn't bow down to either one of them. No matter what either one did the BA continued to grow in TDCJ. They both ended up having to make a truce with the BA because warring with them wasn't good for business. It didn't help the rest of the prison gangs when the BA aligned themselves with La Linea and CDNJ.

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    2. Aww. Upset are we because EME and MS13 is not eveyones favorite gang anymore? Hated??? You must be joking. Only enemies hate their power!!! Anyone else is just a kiss ass to other gangs.

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