Saturday, January 6, 2018

32 DEAD in 24 Hours in Chihuahua: Sinaloa vs Juarez

Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Vanguardia


Dec 6, 2017
Also carried by: Aristeguinoticias and La Jornada

In less than 24 hours, the dispute to control the sale of drugs to the retail market ( narcomenudeo) of the criminal groups La Línea and Gente Nueva, armed and operational wings of the Juárez and Sinaloa cartels, respectively, left 32 dead in the municipalities of Ciudad Juárez , with 23 crimes  
in the Chihuahua capital, seven; and Bocoyna and Cuauhtémoc, with one each. Among the victims are five women.

Ricardo Realivázquez Domínguez, municipal public security secretary of Juarez, said that most of those executed on Thursday and Friday belong to the Los Mexicles gang, part of Gente Nueva (Sinaloa cartel) that disputes Los Aztecas (Juarez cartel). ) for the narcomenudeo. He said that the authorities will be carrying out special operations and intelligence work to locate those responsible for these killings.

The mayor of Juarez, independent Armando Cabada Alvídrez, said he is not losing control of the city despite this wave of violence. The increase in murders in recent days / hours does not reflect a loss of security control, but a conflict between criminal groups, he said.

Cabada Alvídrez said not to believe in truces with criminals and that the only way to face the problem is with arrests. In 2017, the State Attorney General's Office documented 770 people killed in Ciudad Juarez alone, an average of two daily cases and more than 2,000 throughout the state.

     
Cartel de Juarez/ Los Aztecas/ La Linea 
The Dead of Juarez:

Three people - two men and three women - were killed by armed men who shot them at close range when they were about to get into a car parked on Tarahumara Street in Colonia Azteca  where they lived. The secretary of Public Security, Ricardo Realivázquez Domínguez, came to the site to coordinate the search for the murderers.

Another man was killed on Friday afternoon in the Álvaro Obregón neighborhood near the corner of  Calle Pedro de Alba and  Calle General Treviño. The assassins entered his house and shot him.

Los Mexicles / Gente Nueva de Sinaloa 
On Calles Guadalupe López and Pino Suárez  of Colonia Primero de Septiembre , two workers were assassinated at a house with a mechanical workshop; and another  person was injured.  According to municipal police, the murderers arrived in a van, descended and opened fire on Edgar Rodriguez,  a 42-year-old former soldier and his 14-year-old nephew.

Another homicide in Juarez was that of a 53-year-old man who was driving in a Suburban truck on Avenida La Raza , accompanied by a woman of almost the same age, when a van pulled up beside him and shot him at least six times. He died instantly and she was injured.

At 20:00 , ie 8PM, local time on Thursday, three assassins armed with AK-47 rifles, (Cuernos de Chivas) entered a mechanical workshop in the Fernando Baeza neighborhood to shoot four men, three of whom died immediately and the fourth while  he was being transferred to a hospital, reported the State Attorney General's Office (FGE).
Another attack put an end to the lives of three women,  two of them of US origin, who were visiting their  relatives in the Complejo Roma, the FGE reported.Another attack in Juarez was committed in  the Colonia Ciudad Moderna, where three men were killed  in a house.

One more woman died in Juarez after three weeks of agony with six gunshot wounds; five men died by firearms at various events reported in Juarez.

In the Chihuahuan capital, Ciudad Chihuahua, two men were shot to death by subjects who left another person seriously injured, which caused great mobilization of emergency personnel. Also in the capital, a 25-year-old man was murdered at his home by armed men.

Also in Ciudad Chihuahua, four men were executed as part of the war between the Juarez and Sinaloa cartels.

In the so-called Cueva Pinta, mountainous municipality of Bocoyna, bodies were found of two men, one with a wound in the neck by a knife, so reported investigators from the West Zone Prosecutor's Office who went to the scene of the crime by a dirt road. Finally, another corpse was found in the city of Cuauhtémoc.

Note : This is all breaking news without any or many photos or more details as of yet. I am sure we will have an Update.


67 comments:

  1. hey yaqui. in the picture there is la linea, not mexicles/gente nueva. at the beggining of the article you made a mistake when you've described the number of the murders and their locations. very interesting article. keep it up with the good work.

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    1. Ok thanks, I am not sure what you are referring to about the funny math,
      That is what the article said.

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  2. OK, but please note,
    Las Chivas no tienen cuernos.
    How's about monthly murders state by state statistics?
    --and what is new governor Javier Corral saying about crimes on his state?, he said he was making Cd Juarez his state capital while Las Linias Cesar Duarte and his State police keep fighting like beeches for "their plasa"

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    1. Fuck Capulina! CDJ lives with or without that fucker. CDS don't exist in Juarez anymore just their thug gang lovers Artist Asasins and Mexicles. Even those are being exterminated. These executions where not CDS vs CDJ however these where Aztecas infighting as well as some Mexicles infighting.

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  3. How do victims of violence pay their hospital bills in Mexico?

    _Canadian girl

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  4. This violent spur is not Sinaloa vs Juarez cartel as some CDS nuthuggers are going to be quick to cheer! This violence is between two factions of Aztecas gang members warring between each other and to a much lesser extent two factions of the Mexicles gang also warring between themselves due to recent captures of some of their leaders.
    This is comming from a Juarez newspaper.

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  5. Cheerleaders in 3, 2, 1..

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  6. Carrillo Sigue Pesando

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  7. Where did you guys get that picture of the hats and the Ak.Is it Authentic?The Reason I ask is because those are the New Modern 545 caliber rifles that are impossible to get in the U.S.You can tell by the picatinny rail running across the top and well as the rear sight and the buttstock.and that is an "AK74" mag.

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    1. @636. Think about it for a minute. Sinaloa cartel does business in Europe and some parts of Africa not to mention they have unlimited access to the black market. For instance in Philippines they make some great 1911 clone pistols. Im sure that in russia or Ukraine or any NATO nation with access to weapons have a black market. Cocaine for weapons or cash for weapons. Im sure you have access to thor or onion using the dark web. Get some bit coins and you could buy anything.

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    2. 5.45 caliber AK74 clones aren't that hard to find in the US.

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  8. Great job, Mexico!

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  9. sinaloa and chiguas two places where man are not scared to die str8 up sicarios hombres de palabra this war wount never end both crews got some solid soldados unless the jefes can come to a agreement expected some more deaths

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    1. I totally agree .. however you have sinaloenses in la linea as well as chihuahuenses in CDS.

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    2. Most sicarios from line a are not even from Chihuahua Tontos. Just like sicarios from sinaloa cartel all not all from Sinaloa but mostly from other places from Mex. Two of chapos head of security were ex military from michoacan, while the craziest linea guy was from cdmx who killed more than 500 from cds.

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    3. They were from Guerrero

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    4. There were a couple of head of security, the last was so cholo. El bravo was from guerrero but got killed the second time chapo got arrested. (Sleeping on watch) there was one or two others from michoacan I can't remember their names, they were his security when chapo got busted the first time when he didn't have much publicity. I read of one a few years back I will look into it

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    5. El fantasma was from veracruz, the real fantasma.

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  10. This war still going dejo Buena escuela ese senor Sinaloese amado Carrillo valor , palabra y respeto Siempre le inculco a sus hombres cartel de juarez sigue Al 100

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  11. Just watch cjng hombreriegos are say CDs getting this and that lol because their god menso to scared to fight sinaloa or step foot in juarez or chiguas and Tamaulipas all those places sinaloa has fought cjng to scared LMAO

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  12. Sounds like the Linea finally got a good comandante that's a lot of well planned and executed hits

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  13. CDS should know by now that fighting for the Juarez plaza is a lost cause. Hell fighting for the entire state of Chihuahua is a lost cause. La Linea and Los Aztecas are too strong in their own backyard. Its obvious CDS is desperate to open up another plaza for their drugs with the rise of CJNG. Trust me when I say they need to bark up another tree. Just be happy with the TJ and most of Sonora.

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    1. Sonora is no good, Arizona is just across the border on the US, and Arpaio's Henchmen don't like mexicans.
      --at least that the shit they were/are sticking to...
      But Pennsylvania has too many OD with too many deaths, funny, the blessings PA mobsters bring home along with their parnas, and they VOTE, it is possible they are voting on the US like mexicans? For a bag of little onions or a debit card?

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    2. President Calderon stopped Chapo in Juarez cuz people in Juarez complain "too many people dead" also Juarez people knows that la linia is responsible of the femicide done in Juarez.

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    3. @2:53 feminicide in Juarez official count was around 400 innocent women found dead. 20 percent of those murdered where not related to organized crime however but "copy cat" killers who began the practice also.
      Do you know how many innocents died during the Chapo invasion? Possibly more than 1000 however the truth which could be higher will never be investigated because naturally outside viewers of the war CDS vs CDJ assume that every person killed then was not innocent and that extortion killings do not count and that bullets do not stray and forget clearly an ancient mob practice of "leave no witnesses" including innocents. This and Federales, municipal police and even Soldiers extorting money from innocent civilians and killing them if they did not pay yet blaming it on cartels added to the phrase you just qouted "too many people dead".
      It was proven that once the Federales and soldiers where removed murders of anyone in Juarez dropped by at least half the following years. Think about this!

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  14. I was down there, there was multiple houses that where amushed, and a mata that was put up calling for someone to resign. Went with my girl to see her family as soon as we heard we was back in El Paso asap

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  15. Army currently on their way to chih, hopefully it helps before Sinaloa starts bringing down their goons from Sonora and more trouble arises

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    1. 9:07 "army was there in Cd Juarez before, sent by FECAL, and they were sent back to barracks because murders, extortions, disappearances, rapes, and feminicides increased because of them, at least the federal especially and state polizetas were less criminals to deal with.

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    2. Mexican Feds are dirty AF.

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  16. They're literally killing each other for the local drug sales. U reap what u sow. What goes around comes around my friends

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  17. Gente nueva pic is lineas

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  18. El 300 was released and he is taking Mexicles out all over juarez

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  19. the picture that you have labeled,mexicles,thats juarez cartel. Its one of many that they uploaded. Check it out,ncdj manda fotos al presidente de mexico.

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  20. sounds great. hopefully they keep killing each other. this is great news. love the body count but wish it was higher.

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    1. 6:00 sincerely, I hope you make it to the body count,
      You have earned it with your big.mouth

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    2. 12:06 liberal trash scumbag you are part of the problem with your addiction

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    3. 3:50 what addiction you dirty sack of lying dog shit you.

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  21. Chapo couldnt win with the federal and military! Even less chance for Chinolas to win man to man combat. Home turf advantage for Juarez. Poor kids keep getting sent into slaughter.

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  22. I thought R5 was killed by police a few years back.

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    1. He was , but their over all leader m100 is alive and busted I think

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  23. Chinaloa fans will say they are winning

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    1. Chinolas are winning Juárez es Carrillo del mero navolato, Just different chinolas

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    2. There is no more Carrillo, sorry to let you know

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    3. Vicente Carillo Fuentes is locked up Mexico but he still runs the show from behind bars.

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  24. Sounds like juarez side is getting their brains together

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  25. Cartels de sinaloa has been trying to take over Chihuahua for more than 15 years and looks like they are going nowhere.. They need to just give up and go somewhere else. Cartel de Juarez is getting backed by estas and beltranes, that means cds weak anthrax or gente nueva doesn't stand a chance.. Tanto corridos de los cds para que no agan nada

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    1. What is estas?

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    2. @12:24 estatal.. state police

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    3. 12:24 "esas" son las tuyas,
      "Las que me prestas"

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  26. Surpassing the equivalent of at least one death per hour... May God help us all and specifically noting he people of Mexico and Juarez.

    @}}>-----

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  27. I don't much give a shit what side "wins", really no one does in the long term. But those quick to run Sinaloan noses in it, this has been a long war, with all of it fought for the most part well outside of Sinaloa. Not sure how weak I would label them if they have the funds to continually send poor young men into the horrific cartel war meat grinder. It's sad for all of the good people in Mexico. They should a wise up and turn their guns on the dirty government. And full auto weapons don't come from the states, unless the small group of legal full auto owners are willing to ensure being caught selling guns to the cartel which would cost from $15,000-$80,000 and up, averaging more like $30-$35,000. If a gun used in Mexico is full auto capable and made after 1986, it was illegally converted or is coming from central/South American armories and Asia/middle easter. Gun runners. If China/Asia can send tankers of precursors, why does everyone think that the guns come from the states. The majority of guns they can actually trace, and hitch have serial numbers, are from the states. The nber of such traceable guns make up a small portion of the rifles and smg's used in Mexico. I'd love to add some selct fire to my safe, but can't do the paperwork with a bar admittance, and clean record, not to mention the massive price tag and ATF nose up the ass. Unless manufacturer's dealer samples are being manipulated from the board room of firearms companies with military contracts, all those beat to shit cuernos I see in pics look fresh from afghan type gun market stocks. The above pictured firearms are in fact impossible to get in the states unless you are spec ops types. Good spot by the commenter above.
    Finesse

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    1. During your ramble did you stop and think that maybe the ATF is selling the full auto weapons to cartels ?? It’s not like they’ve never done it before ... Operation Fast and Furious ... does it ring a bell ?

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    2. Let me correct you 5:29. For the record the ATF never sold anything to anyone. During Fast and Furious investigators "observed" straw purchasers buy weapons and the agents attempted to track those weapons. In the process a certain amount of weapons were lost in the tracking process. If you know anything about the ATF then you should know that the agency doesn't have the man power to track the amount of weapons they had under surveillance. It would do you some good to google Operation Fast and Furious before commenting on it. Also google Operation Wide Reiceiver while you are at it. It will give you a better understanding of what occurred. I suggest not watching Faux News if you want a more accurate account of events in this country.

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    3. @7:25 One obvious point people like you miss is that the U.S. is tries to stop drugs from entering this country for obvious reasons and at the same time asks the Mexican government for help with this yet itself does not do anything to stop the flow of weapons into Mexico. This country says it is next to impossible to prevent that flow of weapons into Mexico however they are obtained or purchased even with Mexicos request to stop this flow of weapons. So this ramble of yours means nothing

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    4. 11:16 Bless your delusional heart. Actually its next to impossible to stop the drugs going north and the guns/ammo going south. If you are going to bring up one point make sure you bring up the other. The US does it's part to slow down the guns going into Mexico. As I said before the ATF is a small agency and is limited on manpower and resources. What exactly does Mexico do to slow weapons entering their borders? Do you realize weapons come into Mexican ports from China and possibly Russia? How about the weapons that come from Central America. Is that a US problem? What about the AR's the CJNG were making in their own makeshift gun factory that were confiscated. Is that the US's responsibility to stop? You have to understand my friend that this shit isn't black and white. There is mucho gray area so dont believe the rhetoric you hear. I never miss a point because I'm a realist. Things happen in Mexico because that's what the elite in Mexico want to happen in Mexico. To blame the US for all that is ailing Mexico is straight fantasy. Dig below the surface a little and don't always take what others are saying as truth. Think about this......What does the Mexican elite have to gain by stopping the drug trafficking? What does the Mexican elite have to gain by stopping the firearms trafficking? On the flip side what do they have to lose? BILLIONS!!!! Whose pockets does the BILLIONS fill? Mexican politicians get billions from the US to "stop" drug trafficking and billions from the cartels to not "stop" drug trafficking.

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    5. 5:29 the weapons you speak of were bought legally in the US and were not fully automatic. Converting semi-auto rifles into fully automatic is not hard to do especially for the AK variants. If the cartels are as resourceful with their weapons as they are with trafficking drugs I'm sure they convert their own weapons. The ability to obtain fully automatic rifles is not as easy as a average joe thinks. Now for someone like me.....well I can obtain just about anything I want as long as I pay the tax and wait the for the background to be completed. But it's not worth it to me to buy a fully automatic rifle when I can buy 5 or more semis for a one fully.

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  28. Your right there had got to be a gov smuggler that is getting rich. These are the weapons that are supposed to be going to other wars paid by taxpayer money they go out through the back

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  29. Forget it the rambler still does not comprehend the scope of Fast and Furous.

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    1. 7:46 Yeah, they also trafficked scopes to the illegal narcos buying, but the weapons dealers also got paid in "products", asian, colombian, even Russian Krokodyls from Siberia and Chernobyl...I don't know anything about weapons, but I can see the rambler has a point.
      It has never been just about "tracking weapons" with this diversion they call "War on Drugs" but it has been all about destabilizing the whole country to come and plunder its every promise of a better future some day.

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  30. After a rampage death run of , lets say 3-4 deaths, the US locks the entire state down with road blocks, check points, house to house search parties etc. Where is the Mexican authorities in all this?? Are these authorities on horseback or what?? I said it once I'll say it again, Mexico is a third world country. AT BEST!! At least the UN shows up early enough in a 24 hr period in Somalia, Yemen, Syria etc!!

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  31. These criminals are just begging for the worlds police to show up. And we all know who that is. The US military will be there sooner than later my friends. Especially with Donald Trump as the commander in chief. It's gonna be a dif story as el mayo sips his tequila from his hidden ranch in the tierras when a drone silently launches a stinger missle. No more mayo. And mencho, and so on and so on. When a US political figure's daughter or niece is killed by cartel violence, that'll be the beginning of the end. Take a lesson from general Tojo from Japan after the attack on Pearl Harbor. "we've awoken a sleeping giant". Say what u want about the US, but when they want something, it WILL happen. Check ur history books. We wrote them all.

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    1. Jurisdiction has a part to play in this, Mexico will never allow it as it would be a tacit admission that they have lost control of their own country. The United Nations would be called for long before the USA was invited in large scale by the Mexican Govt. Much more likely would be USA/Mexican small unit actions with SF soldiers of both countries taking part, as has already happened several times, with El Barbas and El Chapo.

      Drones wont ever launch a stinger missile, "stinger" is a shoulder launched ground to air missile, I think you mean "Hellfire".

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    2. I agree with Chivis. It should and will be U.N. intervention. If the US acts on its own, that would be considered an imperial act. You can't just take your neighbors house just because their dog shits on your lawn. It should be U.N. and they should've acted long ago. The safety and lives of the Mexican people should be safe from these heinous crimes.

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    3. @ 6:44 Doubt that my friend.. it is different when you attack the US on their soil, if a daughter of some political US figure is mistakenly or purposely gunned down while partying in Cancun or Cabo it will make the news and a week later everyone moves on like nothing.. you had an American law officer gunned down a few years back and yes Mexico claims to have captured the culprits but did the US move their troops in to dismantle the cartels .. no they did not .. and they didn’t do so not because trump wasn’t in office, but because drug trafficking is a necessary evil that needs to be systematically controlled but NOT eradicated ... check the history books smarty pants !

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  32. Chivis. Can you do an article on what's happening really on chihuahua who's advancing? Who's losing? Who really has truce with who. Everyone says they are winning. What's really going on.

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