Tuesday, January 2, 2018

CJNG advances in 22 states

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

Subject Matter: CJNG
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required

Neither the detentions, those executed, or the sanctions against their businesses, have stopped the expansion of the CJNG in Mexico and abroad. The most recent capture of Jose Gonzalez Valencia, La Chepa, a financial operator from Los Cuinis, may prove a blow but various states blame the cartel for their increases in violence.


Reporter: Zeta Investigations
Although the Sinaloa Cartel is considered the cartel with the most infrastructure and experience in the country, the CJNG, became the cartel with a presence in the largest number of states in Mexico in history, execising a globalized drug trafficking and power base, utilizing money laundering, violence and terror.

Its expansive advance is recognized by authorities of other countries. According to investigations from the United States, the cartel led by the Michoacan born Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes, El Mencho, has penetrated into at least 22 Mexican states, and in the American Union, has increased the dispute over the traffic and sale of narcotics in its streets.

For its part, Colombia warns of the growth of the CJNG in Central America where it already has operating bases in a similar way as the Sinaloa and Los Zetas cartels. While in Asia and Europe there are indications of his presence as a client and supplier of drugs.




The capture of Jose Gonzalez Valencia, La Chepa, of the Los Cuinis, one of the main financial operators of the cartel and brother in law of El Mencho, in the city of Fortaleza, in Brazil on December 27th, and the arrest of his brother Gerardo, El Lalo, on April 24th of 2016 in Carrasco,Uruguay, show the mobility of the CJNG, in the South of the continent, where they were allegedly hiding, but controlling operations from those countries.

Transit of all kinds of drugs in wholesale and retail operations, kidnapping of young people to recruit them as distributors and hit men, brutal executions that claim to leave a message of their power, collection of "Piso" in various territories, extortion and theft of fuel, are all actions recorded by this cartel during 2017, the Attorney Generals Office, the PGR, classifies this cartel as the most solid, since no internal divisions have been detected.

The arrest of the Los Cuinis brothers and other members of the cartel have not undermined their ambitions to cover the entire national geography and advance in other regions of the world. Capos such as El Piolin or El JP, who operated in Baja California; El Babay in Baja California Sur, El Cabus, El Meno or Reginaldo Allala in Jalisco; El Terry, El Amarillo or El Pollo Grajeda in Michoacan, have all been replaced without difficulty by other drug traffickers.

The drugs that members of the CJNG provide to the Northern Border and to the tourist destinations of the Mexican Caribbean range from marijuana, cocaine and heroin, to those that are their "specialty", such as methamphetamine and other designer or synthetic merchandise; besides the terrible Fentanyl. Even in some rural communities of Jalisco, marijuana cookies are manufactured to induce young people to consume the drug.

Fighting for territories

The group of Michoacanos that originally militarized into the so called Millennium cartel of the late Luis Valencia Valencia, was displaced by the criminal organizations of La Familia, supported by drug traffickers from the Gulf cartel and Los Zetas, to Jalisco at the end of the last decade. With the intention of regaining control of Michoacan, they allied themselves with the Sinaloa cartel, but due to happenstance and the death of Ignacio Coronel Villarreal, what is now known as the CJNG was born.

Although they have not recovered all of Purepecha lands due to the rise of the Knights Templar, the Michoacanos of the CJNG expanded voraciously to other territories. First they advanced in the lower regions and West of the country, they arrived in force at Veracruz, from there they spring boarded to the Northern border, incubating cells in Tijuana that grew to shelter the AFO to form the CTNG.

Reports from the US DEA and Mexican authorities estimate that the CJNG operate in another 22 States of the country. In some States they have full control and in others they have penetrated by confronting local cartels. Thus, there is data from their presence in Jalisco, Michoacan, Colima, Guanajuato, Aguascalientes, Nayarit, Zacatecas, Baja California, Baja California Sur, Mexico City, State of Mexico, Morelos, Hidalgo, Guerrero, Veracruzy, Puebla, Oaxaca, Quintana Roo, Chihuahua, Nuevo Leon, Tabasco and Tamaulipas.

Obviously, it is in Jalisco where the map of the 125 municipalities has been most colored with the almost total coverage of Mecho and his hosts. Tlajomulco de Zuniga, in the metropolitan area of Guadalajara; Villa Purficacion and Casimiro Castillo, on the South Coast; La Huerta and Tomatlan, on the North Coast, they are the epicenters where the de facto power of the CJNG resides.

In Aguascalientes, the head of the Secretariat of Public Security of the State (SSPE), Sergio Alberto Martinez Castuera, assured that it is the Cartel del Golfo and CJNG that enter the most narcotics into the state and recognized that they operation with force in that region. Meanwhile in Oaxaca, the state government warned of the arrival of members of CJNG to the municipality of Loma Bonita, so that since October, Mixed operating Bases have been reactivated to increase patrolling and surveillance.

In Nayarit it is assured, that without distinction, the former Attorney General Edgar Veytia, currently detained at the disposition of the Federal Court in San Diego, California, offered protection to the cartels of Sinaloa, Beltran Leyva and CJNG. Of the latter there are reports that in the vicinity of Tepic, stored shipments of cocaine and chemical precursors were disembarked in the port of Manzanillo, Colima, for the manufacture of synthetic drugs.

The arrest of the former leader of the Sinaloa cartel, Damaso Lopez Nunez, El Licenciado, at the end of last April, made it clear that criminal groups were operating in Mexico City, among them the CJNG with whom he sought an alliance to strengthen his position in the Sinaloa cartel and Baja California Sur.

In Puebla, the Ministry of Public Security revealed that the theft of hydrocarbons is disputed by Los Zetas and CJNG, especially in the area of San Martin Texmelucan, where they seek to control of the theft of diesel through pipe tapping. Meanwhile in Quintana Roo, CJNG fight with Sinaloa in the municipalities of Benito Juarez, Solidaridad, Othon P Blanco, Cozumel and Felipe Carrillo Puerto.

Old ways, new ways

Although CJNG transfer all types of drugs to the North, their most lucrative line is in the production of Methamphetamine, the drug that made the former Millenium cartel famous as a supplier to the United States market and as a client of laboratory supplies from China and Belgium. Not in vain, Belgian authorities began a trial in January of 2017 against a family business in Brussels that sent raw materials to Mexican narcos for the manufacture of crystal.

In May of 2016, authorities in Jalisco detected that the CJNG ran rehabilitation centres for drug addicts, or at least that was alleged by the media, while rescuing 271 persons who were the victims of abuse or even sexual abuse. The Public Prosecutors office announced that the link between organized crime and the shelter was clear and that eleven individuals with pending arresting warrants were on the premises.

For 2017, in the second half of July, two camps were discovered in the towns of Navajas and Ahisculco, in the municipality of Tala, in the same area where, on June 19th, 2014 the former director of the Tijuana police, Ricardo, disappeared. Hernandez Garduno, used to recruit assassins for the CJNG. The CJNG announced on social networks, alleged job offers in various regions to work as research, bodyguards, private guards or police.

Young people communicated with the contacts provided and then said goodbye to their families saying they were off looking for a good job, however, they did not see them again,, because they were then illegally deprived of their freedom. The work was not as advertised, but they were trained as if slaves to serve drug dealers and gunmen. The local authorities managed to rescue some of those who had been missing for months.

The intervention of the Attorney General of Jalisco occurred when investigating the disappearance of six people in the previous days. There were 19 people arrested, among them some victims who were charge of firearms, doing what was bid of them by their captors.

Another point of interest for the CJNG are the prisons, converted into a center of operations and business, such as the Preventative Prison of Guadalajara, where inmate Jose Manuel Garibay Felix, El Gordo, or El Manuelito governed between 2010 and the beginning of 2014, he had flipped from the Sinaloa cartel, as a native of Michoacan, he felt it necessary to convert to the then fledgling Jalisco cartel. Upon his discharge and subsequent death, the power was left in the hands of his countryman, Jose Luis Gutierrez Valencia, El 77 or Don Chelo, who had a video produced of his parties at the prison with music provided by "Los Buchones de Culiacan".

The participation of cartel members in money laundering practises through mass shows was detailed in intelligence reports from the National Security Information Center and released in August. The partner of a company dedicated to the organization of fairs, plenques and concerts, named Jesus Perez Alvear, was identified as a sentimental partner of Berenice Gonzalez Valencia, of the Los Cuinis family and sister in law of El Mencho.

Exacerbated Violence

During this last year, the main mark left by CJNG was horror, as violence and crimes multiplied throughout the country, turning some towns or municipalities into battlefields, in their objective of taking territorial control. Not only were the usual shootings taking place, but large disappearances and the finding of corpses who were mutilated, decapitated.

In Quintana Roo, mainly in Cancun, the perception of insecurity in the streets and tourist sites intensified, where there was not shortage of gun battles. In Guerrero, schools had to close their doors and suspend classes due to the threats attributed to members of CJNG. In Michoacan, bloody events became common, with human heads thrown into public places and shootings as a result of the clashes between Los Viagras and CJNG.

The location of chopped up bodies with the coup de grace and cartulinas that contained threats was constant since the start of the year. This was the case in Cuernavaca, in an alleged dispute with Los Rojos and in Manzanillo, where on a single night in January, twelve bodies appeared in two different locations, some in a taxi and others in field among the vegetation. In Veracruz, violent incidents rebounded because of a war between CJNG and Los Zetas.

In Baja California, it was also a nightmare year. In La Paz and Los Cabos, the shootings, the locating of bodies and discovery of clandestine graves led to the deployment of more than 1500 elements of the Federal forces to the Peninsular in June, while in Tijuana, BC, among the many event that occurred, was the murder of two doctors in July, who had refused to pay a 10,000 dollar extortion fee so that they could operate, according to reports.

In Jalisco the homicide rate also shot up. The State Police killed five gunmen on March 20th in Jocotepec. On August 30th, an alleged plaza boss named "El Karton" was executed in his car on a ring road. On September 7th, on the Lagos de Moreno - Leon highway another plaza boss with the alias of El Tun Tun was killed by Police. On the night of November 28th, men left a cooler with two human heads inside outside Televisas facilities, with a narco cartulina addressed to the Police commander. Don Chelo, head of the prison at Puente Grande, was murdered ten days after regaining his freedom.



Criminality continued unabated in Veracruz, where on different dates dismembered bodies were put on display in the streets; in Morelos the State Security Commissioner was threatened, Alberto Capella, after a shoot out in which six people died in Temixco; later at a garbage dump in Zamora, Michoacan, the bodies of six individuals were shot dead, apparently in revenge for the death of Tun Tun.

December ends with adjustment of accounts in Zacatecas and Michoacan. First, on December 23rd, In Nochistlan, four people died in a shoot out between two gangs, one of them apparently CJNG, on the 26th, in Michoacan, four people were murdered among them a six year old girl, with a sign left saying: "This will happen to all who walk with CJNG", and supposedly signed by LNFM La Nueva Familia Michoacana. Not forgetting also the death of El Pirata de Culiacan, on December 19th, after he allegedly disrespected the leader of CJNG in a video.

Replaceable Detainees

The names of some of the alleged plaza bosses or chiefs of office arrested in various parts of the country impress more than one: However, experience shows that all are substitutable and others already occupy their places, a situation that does not seem to affect the criminal organization that has the facility to reinvent itself.

On February the 6th Jose Oscar Garcia Ramirez, El Cabus, was arrested in Tamazula de Gordiano, Jalisco, he was chief of communications for the CJNG. He was in charge of directing a drug distributing network and of acquiring weapons and stolen fuel. Six days later in Cancun, Federal Police caught two alleged plaza bosses. In March, Octavio Leal Hernandez, El Chapito Leal was arrested in Tijuana, a Sinaloa cartel member that authorities deemed had "agreements" with the CJNG.

On April 8th, elements of the PGR located Ivan Margarito Esquivel Garcia, El Terry, or El Terrible, in charge of territorial control of Colima and Tierra Caliente, Michoacan. Ten days later, in Boca de Rio, Veracruz, Juan Manuel Veloz Ortiz, El Conta, was arrested, he was allegedly the probable coordinator of the kidnapping of the director of public safety in Boca del Rio, which had occurred on the 5th of April. On the 19th of the same month, 7 members of a CJNG cell were arrested.

In June, the alleged plaza boss of CJNG in Los Cabos, BCS, Abraham Cervantes Escarrega, El Babay, was arrested. He seemed to be on the verge of escape for the crime of carrying a firearm for the exclusive use of the army, when on paying a bail of 50,000 pesos, he was due to leave when SEIDO had him transferred to Mexico City, where an arrest warrant against him was found from a Jalisco judge from 2016, although at this moment his is imprisoned at Cefereso # 5 "Oriente" in Cerro de Leon, Villa Aldama, Veracruz.

The 9th District Judge of Federal Proceedings in the State of Jalisco, issued an order of formal imprisonment against El Babay, who had changed his name to Jesus Cervantes Velazquez, for his probable responsibility in the commission of crime of operations with resources of illicit origin and organized crime.

This ruling was confirmed on November 15th last year by the 4th Unitary Court of the 3rd Circuit. Unhappy with this, the defense of Cervantes filed an application for amparo before the 3rd Unitary Court of Zapopan, Jalisco, which will be resolved at the end of next January.

In the third week of July, Federal agents arrested Juan Manuel Castaneda Julio, El Meno, one of Menchos operators responsible for the coordination of the transfer of drugs from Guadalajara to Tijuana, by land and onto Chicago and Atlanta. Hours later in Cancun, Federal forces apprehended Joshua Loyo Pena, El Lobo, generator of violence in Quintana Roo. On August 6th another plaza boss of El Mencho, Jose Luis Munoz Aguilar, El Amarillo, was captured.

Capo Raúl Flores Hernández "El Tío" was also arrested in August. Although he was said to be an independent drug trafficker, the United States estimates that he has links or alliances with other criminal groups, among them Beltrán Leyva, Sinaloa and CJNG. On the 14th of that month, in Zamora, Michoacán, the head of that square, José Antonio Grajeda Cortés "El Pollo", was arrested, accused of two homicides and drug trafficking.


Undoubtedly, one of the most relevant arrests was that of Juan José Pérez Vargas "El Piolín" or "El JP," on September 20th, when he was driving through the streets of Guadalajara in a Jeep vehicle , escorted by two other people. He was designated as leader of the so-called CTNG, allegedly responsible for multiple homicides and the discovery of dismembered bodies and hanging on bridges on this border. The assassins were not armed, they carried small doses of drugs and a 40-caliber gun magazine with nine cartridges.
"El Piolín", who did not have an arrest warrant in Baja California, was admitted to the Metropolitan Prison of Jalisco, under charges of human trafficking and rape, without the local authorities reporting the facts. So far he has promoted three amparo trials, one of them immediately after his capture, against acts such as physical and psychological torture and incommunicado detention; the other two, against some possible transfer to a federal prison or the border.
Recently, two other alleged financial operators of the cartel were deprived of their freedom by the Police in Guadalajara. This is Reginaldo Allala Allala and Rubén "N", about whom there is an investigation for money laundering, since they are told to handle large sums of money through the company Allala in Zapopan.
 The response of the United States
The government of the United States issued sanctions in 2017 against companies linked to the CJNG and its funding source Los Cuinis, in addition, on March 13, got the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mexico to issue an agreement through which it grants to the Americans the extradition of capo Abigael González Valencia "El Cuini", identified as number two of the cartel. His delivery will occur when the amparo trial initiated by the Michoacan ends. Gonzalez Valencia is required by a Federal Court of the District of Columbia to face charges for crimes comparable to organized crime, against health and money laundering.
The Mexican companies allegedly linked to the criminal organization that were added to the list of money laundering sources and drug kingpins, on April 20, were the corporate Yorv Inmobiliaria and Grupo Segtac, SA de CV , used to launder money from the drug trafficking Yorv Inmobiliaria is the administrator of Plaza Los Tules , a shopping center located in Zapopan, Jalisco.
Four other companies were similarly sanctioned last September 14 by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC, for its acronym in English) of the Treasury Department: Operadora Los Famosos ; Trade Clear Trade ; Grupo de Alta Especialidad Farmacéutica, SA de CV and Operadora de Reposterías y Restaurantes, SA de CV.
The effect of the sanction is to prohibit US citizens from carrying out any commercial or financial transaction with said companies or their administrators, to whom the assets they eventually own in their territory are frozen.
As for Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes "El Mencho", it remains one of the priority objectives of the Washington government.



113 comments:

  1. For those of you familiar with the dynamics of cartel warfare, tell me something. Why haven't the CJNG been able to wipe out the Zetas in Veracruz? If the Los Zetas have been so crippled, and the Jalisco Cartel has so many resources, how are the Zetas still able to resist them?

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    1. Life is not a video game,some cartels have been fighting for decades. CAF still runs Tijuana.

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    2. The articles I've read about the Tijuana Cartel make it sound like it's mostly made up of street thugs by this point.

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    3. CJNG is just heating plazas not taking them

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    4. Just like sinaloa cartel NEVER wiped out CAF, Juares cartel ot the beltranes but in ALL the sinaloa corridos they claim they have the bigest balls and the most power in tje world but can't get rid of beltranes in Sinaloa.crazy right, but cjng has more of Veracruz than zetas now in days.

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    5. 1:39 Not fight themselves, They always need others from different states to fight for them, bunch of cowards

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    6. There is no more Zeta Cartel as there once was that influenced politicians all the way up to the governor and perhaps even EPN, and at one time had an efficient exporting and distribution machine moving daily supplies into Dallas, Houston and San Antonio.
      Now you have small criminal bands that are not even aligned with each other that only hijack the name as a tool to extort, kidnap, and sell retail drugs in small territories. These criminal bands pop up sporadically and do not control important routes, plazas, politicians, etc; and CJNG is doing what has long been callled a “cleansing”.
      They are either doing this as a favor to the PRI party, or to expand their criminal revenues; but this makes little sense since the resources they are using to obtain these higher cost revenues pale in comparison to gaining export routes and achieving distribution infrastructure in America, Europe, Australia and other wealthy countries where drug revenues are exponentially larger. My only conclusion is that Mencho thinks like Lazca and does not account for the risks that victimizing politicians constituents will eventually bring to the organization as history has shown it always does.

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    7. 2:59 this, they claimed they were taking laredo because they were buying put CDN lieutenants. They lost them and now they're quiet again.

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    8. Veracruz has been a long time stronghold of Los Zetas. It's not that easy to wipe 'em out when they're so entrenched. Just imagine, trying to take Sinaloa from the Sinaloa cartel.

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    9. 8:18 the magic answer is:
      That the cjng or los zetas/ veracruz do not really exist as self managed entities, the real criminals in "veracruz" are the State Police and their Secret Death Caravans that keep on with the murderings, kidnappings, extortions, disappearances, even if the new governor Miguel Angel Yunes Linares does not agree with them or their "former Boss" former governor Javier Duarte de Ochoa is supossably under arrest and the former State Public Security director the self made millionaire (in dollars) Arturo Bermudez Zurita "who resigned to clear his name" are "not in charge of cleaning up any witnesses and partners of their many crimes of state.
      All the same shit goes on all over mexico, just change the names
      --Centro Information y Seguridad Nacional, CISEN still is a nest of criminals at the federal level, they used to be Direccion Federal de Seguridad (DFS) whose "tigers got lose"...
      "Cuando Los Tigres del Narco se Soltaron"... Comandante Rafael Chao lopez "El Chino Chao"/ Sin Embargo.
      --La Carcel de Guadalajara is of course Puente Grande...
      If you have been there, watch your ass, bosses on the street don't want the competition, witness Don Chelo and El Manuelin Garibay, the tacos still sell like free carnitas...say hey!!!
      --let's not forget the massacre of Morelos has been debunked as a crime of state because Alberto Capella "El Rambo de tijuana" es Un Hijo de Su-Reputa Madre whose "Mando Unico polesias" murdered 2 month old sicarios without licenses for bearing imaginary arms weapons exclusive use of the armed forces...

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    10. As long as Zetas maintain their connection with 'Ndrangheta, they will remain a factor

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    11. You mean as long as Zetas have any use they will have a connection - well they lost any use when Miguel took over because that’s when they couldn’t afford to pay their bills. We don’t Do business like that and he knew better but he was a pompous prick

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    12. This dumbass... “we don’t do business like that” hahaha another cartel keyboard warrior

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    13. Zeta chorrienta would NOT pay his bills, but he had the money,
      He chose a bunch of horses and their horse crap and to have a millions of dollars rancho on the US the government took over.
      I can only wonder for how long the US government were pulling zeta cborrienta's leg

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  2. Nothing like starting off the New Year with a Zeta Investigation piece !!
    Thanks , Otis

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  3. CJNG is one of many criminal arm el PRI supports to increase extortion, the kidnap, los narco tiendas, gas and oil theft, and other mafioso as fast as possible before they leave power as they know will happen.

    El PRI knows that to eliminate the "CDS" infrastructure along frontera, DF and GDL airport, Pacific ports, and other important area in Mexico would make too many important and powerful enemy.

    El PRI knows the real power is the money profit made in EU through the distribution and lauder infrastructure that has been organized, and the people at top of business, enforcement, legislative, militar, and other powerful institucion that will be there after el PRI is in Los Pinos.

    PRI does not care about Mexico but they need money so they create mafia infrastructure. El PRI only care what they can take before they leave mexico. They were hoping Gob Coppel would negotiate a long term agreement in Sinaloa but CDS knows political power is a only short term support or inconvenience depending on how cards fall with elections.

    This is the truth and how the current narco power and politics is in Mexico. There is now too much business and "legal" business in the support of narco profits.

    CarreteraDurangoMazatlan and Happy 2018 to all!

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    1. CDM-Makes perfect sense and is consistent with PRI motives and actions over time last 70+ years. Happy NY to you too and all the BB community!

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    2. We were Canadians that traveled with many different families in Mexico for 20+ years and not once saw violence or had any problems of a criminal or mafia nature. We only thought mafia was in New York City and drug gangs fighting in the streets were in all the big cities like LA.
      Through the early 80s we would spend 4 months in Veracruz or Tampico in about 1985 we began spending our winters on the western side of Mexico and enjoyed the most delightful four months every year in Mazatlan, Acapulco, or Manzanillo.
      I am so happy Caroline my wife never saw or heard of the terrible crime happening in Mexico now because she loved the Mexican people very dearly and would be distraught to see what is happening now.
      RJ, Edmonton Alberta

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    3. Sam Giancanna lived in Cuernavaca in the early 60s after he fucked up by helping JFK become president of the US. Soon there were highway robberies, his nephew married sinaloan beauty queen Kenya Kemmermand

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    4. You think los pinos gives a sh!t about going against cds? Lol government chooses who is in charge and they can pick and choose without any harm done to them. Just like Calderon who went all out against the familia michoacana but still roams around michoacan like nothing happened. Narcos are not as powerfull as government and they know if they dare touch them they will fall hard. Just look at rcq and how long he did time and the gov still looking for his a$$.. Lol Cjng is the chosen for NOW. Cdm has always been a cds nut hugger and talking nonsense

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  4. Because all these cartels are peons. They all have a boss.its like Walmart, piggly wiggly, target, etc.

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  5. All right . We are on "Red Alert" on this CJNG thing . That means mench's days are numbered . Kill the little bastard like the rat he is .

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  6. More CJNG cheerleading, go figure.

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  7. Arriba Chihuahua. Póngansen las pilas que ya se les eso mañana a los contra de er a matar chihuahuense.

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  8. He's not in tamaulipas unless some golfitas let him in

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  9. Cjng Not in nuevo leon
    Or at least the operative part
    Only families of the top dogs in san pedro

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    1. San Pedro has way more Beltranes and zetas families living there then CJNG. If they want they can kill them all and dissappear them without firing a single shot. Obviously CJNG pays la plaza PRIVADA and not the other way around . Cheerleaders can say whatever they want. There's no CJNG in the streets of all the northeast states. That's pure FANTASY. And what they move they pay piso to zetas and BLO their "supposed" rivals.

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    2. Letra B Sigue Pesando en San Pedro Garza

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    3. la presencia en Nuevo Leon en su mayoria y con mas personal son los Golfos, Z, y CdN. En la area metro de Monterrey, estos carteles controlan pero diferentes colonias en todos los municipios aledaños a Monterrey.
      Tienen jefes cada uno pero su espinazo son las pandillas locales que funcionan como soldados. Ya para las afueras del area Metro, las rancherias, las zonas se dividen dependiendo que tan cerca esten de una plaza a coahuila o tamps. Los Golfos tienen General Bravo, China, Dr.coss, Cadereyta. CdN tiene todo el norte de Nuevo Leon. Los Z, tienen el Este y sur de Nuevo Leon.

      Pero existe presencia de otros bandos/carteles en la area Metropolitana de Monterrey. Que usan la zona, para esconder familias o ellos mismos. Tambien tienen frentes de lavado de dinero, usando negocios licitos.
      Los Beltranes, Sinaloas, CjNG, y varios independientes. Pero no tienen presencia para disputarle la plaza a los 3 bandos mayores que son los Golfos, Z o CdN. Mas bien tienen treguas/tratados para trabajar libremente en la zona metro.

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    4. Ahi esta algo que si hace sentido...estas organizaciones funcionan como corporaciones y franquicias...este hombre si sabe lo que esta hablando...ppr eso no es bueno hablar a lo tonto si uno no sabe....CJNG si es poderoso pero por muy poderoso que sean siempre hay reglas y territorios ya señalados desde hace mucho tiempo que se marcaron con mucha violencia como para que alguien venga nomas asi y entre tan facil...lo que si es muy cierto es que todos
      Son lakras - Guanatos

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    5. All cartels move weight through every border crossing, they all pay piso, most of the time when a load arrives escorted to a border crossing, those escorts have no idea where that load originated, who it belongs to, or where it is going, it doesn't make any sense to only move your product through one entry point. Dont put your eggs in one basket.

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    6. Bey good point and very true statement
      -/\/\-

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    7. CJNG grew too fast, spread too thin. Not effective

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    8. 9:37 your right. They a firing breed.

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    9. 9:37 Zeta panochudos did the same shit for a while. No wonder they are gone.

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    10. Some of the bosses and there family’s hide out in San Pedro close to Gignac

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    11. 8:50 some are getting wise, becoming Wiseguys and getting rid of a few of the WISE ASSES that have been exploiting, imprisoning, murdering, and extraditing them like pendejos.
      By the way, any news about who murdered the Kombo Kolombia?

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  10. They extortion and kidnapped innocent people like the report says my family been victim of them.cowards of course cjng hombreriegos will say they don't.one thing I can't stand is all this michoacanos who glorify cjng but they live in USA smh

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    1. All cartel cheerleaders live in the u.s a . IT used to be CAF and cds cheerleaders but now there is cjng cheerleaders. Your probably a cds cheerleader

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  11. I still remember when he got punk for the chapitos lol he decided to help damaso and El Dos banderas retain the menores for them jajaja chapo stra8 told him con sinaloa no se juega ojo por ojo diente por diente he got scared LMAO

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    1. Nobody knows 4 sure what happened THERE, 3 stories, 1 of the rumors is mencho kidnapped them and got 💰 and plazas for letting them go. Second rumor is it was damasos that kidnaped them. The third rumor is mencho got scared when they picked up his son in Oaxaca prison so it was a stale mate. Mencho has been punking sinalias for many years and kicked or killed ALL of the ones 5hat didn't want to run with him in Jalisco, Fact son. Sinaloas are SUPER mad that the biggest badest capo is michoacano and not from Sinaloa LMAO. No se enojen por que de todos modos no duran los capos lol

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    2. Mayo got them back not chapo . It was a smart move since he got a lot of money and drugs for those worthless kids. They'll fall before mencho does !

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    3. At 4:31 you sound like you got wet knowing there’s a rat in change of one of the wackiest and least threatening Cartel in the history of cartels the same people allied with them kicked them out of their own state, pathetic lol and punked chinolas !? Lol witch ones? The chapitos? Lol those ain’t narco heavy weights lol. That ain’t no Colores Arellano, no Mochomo or Barbas Beltrán, no cochiloco, he ain’t nothing but a grown ass man punking little 20 and 30 year olds. Isidro would kick his ass if he tried that shit in sourthern or northern Chinola, the golfos would eat his ass up in Reynosa and Matamoros everyone acts like he’s killed major narco bosses I’m going to laugh when he’s in handcuffs and didn’t shoot it out like tormenta 🤣

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    4. 5:48 he punked mayo in la paz TOO and acording to cds nut huggers, that's the boss of bosses lol but I'm just saying though. Don't be surprised when Mencho goes and runs sh!t in matamoros or reynosa, those cdg and zeta guys ain't nowhere what they used to be. Now they are small cells killing each other and if the marina sees them they get shot on sight with no questions asked. He might not last this year but if he does i guarantee he will take over those plazas just like Veracruz with zetas.

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    5. Lol there is only one boss of bosses y ese es Don Arturo lol if he was here his boys would have mencho with his tail between his legs just like he had Manuel Torres, El Chapo, El Animal y nacho Coronel “pinches michoacanos y sinaloense aquí está su basura” like he always said lol. El mencho nos pela la verga arriba la Letra B

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    6. 9:11 he just called himself "boss of bosses" but he wasn't close to that.

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    7. No he was giving that nickname my boy since the late 90’s. Arturo had been putting work since the 80’s all his people that have been caught or worked with him respected him and admired him greatly always referring to him as Don Arturo. old school mentally, roam all of Mexico with no problem. Mencho won’t leave Jalisco lol. If you’re a CJNG cheerleader that’s cool carnal no one cares lol do you. But a spade is a spade. Arturo era de los grandes, even the Zetas respected him and they don’t respect anything. So like I said do you hahaha

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  12. That Mencho guy makes chapo look like a school 👧. NUTS

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  13. B.S! They are not in Tamaulipas's, CDG runs Tamaulipas.

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    1. Bullshit? CDG has lost trust on most suppliers from S.A. (due to their unstable constant wars with each other) now they rely on the Jalisco drug market (since thats like the drug fleamarket of S.A and Asian suppliers). So logically, CJNg allows CdG to come buy, but at the sametime be allowed to move through the RGV sector. Theres been a huge surge of meth coming in from Reynosa and Matamoros, guess who supplies the majority of meth in Mexico? CJNG. They might not operate full force in tamps, but they got their distribution operatives in Tamps border area. The wars CdG has been waging against each other, costs money, and they have to make that money up somehow.

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    2. 8:23 good point, cdg is not a big cartel no more but split in like 8 cells all fighting each other gor the cdg name. Same with zetas, cjng has resources and all it takes is one cell to let them in and finish the rest. I don't think it's a coincidence that police and millitary are shooting zetas and golfos on site like they did all last year

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    3. All the "cartels" are puros culeros, the BIG BOSS is tamaulipas new governor Francisco Javier Garcia Cabeza de Kagadas de Vacas, he has been murdering his associates that helped his naty ass climb to power, and of course, he has been doing what he does best since before Osiel Cardenas Guillén started financing his political career when he ran for Reynosa Mayor to get started, his state police allies "FUERZA DELICTIVA TAMAULIPAS" also got the contract on Tamaulipas from Viejidio Cantu through murder and mayhem all over the state, but brought no peace and no quarter to the tamaulipecos...
      --Try and aim for the neck my dear filosos, the gangs are like piojos on the lions of Mexican politics and drug trafficking.

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  14. The higher they climb the further they fall. CDS, Zetas and Gulfos are prime examples of this premise.

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    1. Zetas have fallen? Go ask in mty.

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    2. They just play musical chairs with the "leadership" who feel like they are winning it all by the time the real bosses start shafting their arses.

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    3. 10:18 to just say Mty is exactly why 2:30 mention zetas. When zetas had all the Mexican golfo years back

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  15. Why has there been no follow up (in general, not just here at BB) on the money laundering charges the US brought against two of the most popular cultural figures in Mexico: Banda singer Julion Álvarez and soccer star Rafa Marquez??

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    1. 3:11 just because sports figguers or well paid artists chose to pool their money on what they perceive to be excellent investments, it doesn't mean they are money launderers.
      Pinchi gente pendeja...
      Unions on the US have founded Las Vegas and Hollywood, heavily, and many police unions are Teamsters, since they took Jimmy Hoffa and never returned his ass

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  16. It can't be stopped, it won't be stopped, there are thousands of cartel leaders walking around, waiting to make their move.....you can kill and arrest all you want, IT CANNOT BE STOPPED, DRUGS ARE FOREVER HERE, not that I like it either...just saying

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  17. No report of 2017 being the year with the most homicides in Mexico's history?

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  18. Can't wait for all the Sinaloa groupies that will say it's fake news but only believed the cds stories here in bb when they were the top dogs. So hilarious hahaha

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  19. This michoacano is no joke, he's accomplishing takeovers chapo only dream3d off.

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    1. Michoacacas when you have all of Mexic under control like Amado talk

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    2. 10:00 el senor de los cielos NEVER had all Mexico on lock tonto!

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    3. them chilangos con botas are operating in a lot of states

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    4. 11:19 el señor de los suelos was just another mexican hillbilly working for the Mexican government drug lords on el DF, now called "Mexico city" that hijacked the Guadalajara Cartel's good name and business operations more freely after murdering Kiki Camarena, orders of the CIA "Rogue Agents".
      All the Mexican Capos have been tools of the presidents, their Estado Mayor Presidencial and the chilango businessmen like CSH and his tool AMLO who contraced RG for 10 million dollars for 1 year to be "police chief" of mexico city and now is a proud owner of a prize winning legal office in Russia...FACTS.
      --Shit, American presidents only make half a million dollars a year!!! What is goin'on???
      Are US white collar criminals getting paid offshore too?

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    5. Lol amado didn’t need México or any other plaza he had the crown jewel Juarez he was moving metric tons by the fleets 11:19 he knew how to make it and died a very rich man. To this day Juarez sigue siendo CFO after 20 years lol who’s the real winner here?

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  20. Why do they get arrested so much if they make billions and have gunmen and why can't they free their arrested men through bribes or violence? You would think there'd be some kind of personal benefit to the individuals that increases with higher success but only the actual organization becomes more profitable while the individuals just take turns enjoying it a little until they're downed and replaced by someone else.

    Is there no vision where the powerbase is so ingrained that atleast a majority are alive free and with money or have they reconciled with dying/doing life eventually as an inevitable but the reward still worth it? Seems so strange lifestyle where the violence and shit just goes on forever

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    1. It’s that momentary fortunes that blind so many of the true consequences. Despite taking the necessary precautions to protect oneself from mishap or apprehension, it’s never foolproof. Never!

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  21. The only cartel to take out sinaloas, those michoacanos turned out to be togher after all

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    1. They don't want to go to to toe with Sinaloa and that's the truth ,in Colima CJNG get punked all the time that plaza is CDS now and in Tijuana they are fighting for scraps street sales cuz the border is 100 percent CDS they are over their heads with too much enemies now.

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    2. sinaloas gets punked by Michoacanos all the time. Michoacán has many U.S and Mexican Marine trained killers who stay low key menso. Name one thing Sinaloa has accomplished besides drug trade. Michoacán has had politicians, musicians, actors low key but high powered drug lords etc

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    3. michoacanos rock pretty cool mullets too,and silver crowns on there teeth

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    4. 10:36 your just a hater lol

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    5. 8:12 a staple of progress is for barbarians to punk or charm the refined higher ups or bluff your way to the top or buy somebody powerful next to them.
      But then you wake up and the withdrawal is terrible when you get murdered, imprisoned or extradited por andar ahi de caliente

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  22. Never really heard of CJNG and CDS fighting it out. All I, hear is hearsay no actual news fottage be it TV or Newspapers claiming this to be true. Perhaps both cartels work together to own Mexico although it is rumored (yes once again rumored), that in the Juarez plaza they pay CDJ piso to cross drugs into the U.S. through there which makes this union highly unlikely but does not mean that CDS and CJNG are at war though.

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    1. they fought recently in nochistlan again

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  23. So who is more powerful right now CJNG or CDS?

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    1. That's a dumb question CJNG would get put down by Cartel de Juarez or CDG or Zetas they aren't competition for CDS .Notice how CJNG doesn't openly declare war on CDS they hide behind other cartels like in Tijuana .

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    2. That would depend on who you talk to or read. The authorities, on both sides of the border claim that CJNG are. But everyone here is an expert on cartels, and opinion differs in that respect.
      USA distribution, CDS has the better infrastructure, the other continents, CJNG have better distribution.

      Its not a good comparison between to two, since they have some different markets and specialise in different drugs.

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    3. To me CJNG seems to be only a supplier of drugs. I, have never heard of them having major battles with any cartel in any state they are mentioned here to have been taking over. Hard to believe that if they do have troops there is no confrontations between them and local cartels. For all we know they only battle in Jalisco and Veracruz and possibly a few more states near there and they just act like middle men for other cartels in northern Mexico???

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    4. It remains CDS. BUT CDS is stagnant whereas CJNG is advancing. I have been reporting on CJNG for years, in fact well before article were even in the media about the cartel or Mencho. His advancement is primed for what I have predicted. Notice he skipped Coahuila? Why do you suppose that is?

      and lets be clear, this map is very misleading. It does not give the context of what the all red means. I prefer sectional cues to where there are which also gives clarity to what percentage. Also in some of these states it is cjng cells and groups that cjng has entered agreements with. remember I told you how Mencho does that. eg Michoacan, Chihuahua Veracruz and Nuevo Leon.

      I will try and write a post giving you a better picture of where they are and how much territory. for example Ver is 100 percent controlled by CJNG now, but NL is around 40-45 percent.

      Remember I said CJNG is easy to recognize their agreements, alliances and advancements. I also stated their advancement would be to the gulf. to take nuevo laredo. that is the goal. at that time they will backtrack to coahuila the adjacent state

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    5. CDS is making money hand over fist while CJNG out there fightin bullshit battles to sell micro baggies of piedra o cristal. They ain’t advancing nothin except closer to they demise. We done seen this play 100 Times if you my age.

      People gotta lay low if you wanna stay in business and then - maybe over a long time or when they notice how much money you making the only one to call you out is the Justice Dept if; and only if you don’t play ball with the DEA

      With sincere and due respect; how you think any different Chivas?1

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    6. I don't argue with you any longer. You have been proven right. beginning when you said they were in Tijuana. and linea. on the Cohuila I am guessing because of zetas. right? do they control Zacatecas? what about Matamoros when do you think they will turn on cdg? and do you have a list of how much in each state is controlled by cjng? like you said 100 in veracruz and 40 in Nuevo leon.

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    7. There was a story here in COAHUILA about Mencho killing some cds guys and leavig a manta for mayo and Chapitos. The manta read that it was a shame how low they have fallen and that they only recruit gang bangers. I read it a few months ago here and basically said they were in that state

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    8. Chivis I would like to see that article.

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  24. while the United States continues to sell arms to the Mexican cartels. the war will never end

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    1. And Mexico continues to plague America with an epidemic!
      A continuous cycle of government corruption backed by drug trafficking.
      So in the end many see this as a fair price.
      Misery met with misery.

      As for myself;
      As long as those victims are those distributors / producers of such.

      E42

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    3. 7:14 the Mexicans own shit, they move product for the Chinese and their US partners and get to keep about 10% for the service, from that they must buy their own weapons and ammo like Mexican Rancho-polesias.
      THINK, how many Mexican banks have ever been fined anywhere on the US for money laundering?
      Mexican politician money launderers have been named on the New York Times, like manlio fabio beltrones "Don Beltrone, la secre, la fabis" and Manuel Cavazos Lerma, "El raton viejo" as on the DEA list, but sbares of the NYT has been bought by Carlos Slim Helú and shit got seeped under the rug.
      Propaganda about the "Biiig Baaad Mexican Cartels" survive like shit stuck to the wall, but if you follow the money it gets to be a different picshur, E...
      There are big enterprises being named these days for money laundering all over the world, some from New York to Panama, which brings to mind the fall of pretty boy Manuel Noriega taken down as a favor to the Panama Papers investors, sure...

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    4. @1:05
      It’s all about the money in the end!
      You are correct.

      E42

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  25. Mayo Zambada just left another narco manta in Colima.

    Btw, these type of news only hype CJNG for the rookie / immature eye, in reality the article shows how Mencho the sicario couldn't control any plaza he claimed to take over even if adopting cells that were CDS contras. His Z strategy won't fly anymore

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    1. Where's the link buddy?
      -💯

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    2. I read that manta and it just sounds like cds is frustrated that the cjng cartel has local back up by pgr (police) and local gov protection. Shoot, that's where mencho got caught and let go 2 hours later. Just imagine how much clout they have there. Plus that manta didn't look professional and was saying chango anthrax and cds was running la nueva familia michoacana in Michoacan but manta was in colima with one dead body. When cjng made a manta they killed about 10 cds giys calling out cds not the gov or police chiefs. Cds want that plaza bad but can't penetrate thorough and are getting desperate

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    3. Real men don't BS with pinches mantas, at least not without a dead body around, and even then it is often propaganda to heat up the plasa and flush their enemies.
      All we know for sure is there is a lot of BS mucking around all over mexico. this is EPN TALKING

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  26. Where is the proof that jaliscas are operating in tamaulipas? I have not seen one narcomanta nor heard of any jaliscas vs cdg or jaliscas vs zetas shootouts. Sorry but this story is not accurate. Also los cuinis are not jalisco cartel. Theyre their own cartel that works with mencho. And its in odd theyre all getting busted just like the coronel family were busted and mencho still free? He most be either really smart or lucky.

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    1. They cross drugs thru Nuevo Laredo but they do it low-key. Also there's a rumor that Matamoros CDG make business with the CJNG.

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    2. Yeah i live near matamoros and never heard about jaliscas. The fact is that the matamoros cdg faction the true cdg wld not let jaliscas anywhere near them. No cartel can enter tamaulipas that isnt cdg or zetas and last. Sending shipments thru Nuevo Laredo on the low may be.

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    3. Mencho is at war with the zeta/golfo alliance in veracruz and cancun. That alliance (if you dont know) is between the old school zetas and the matamoros CDG.

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    4. Is cancun in tamaulipas? The map states that jaliscas are fighting for tamaulipas wich is b.s. I know they're fighting in other states.

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    5. Cancun is in quintana roo

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  27. People need to stop with the oh Sinaloa this and Jalisco that fuck that gets annoying. In reality both cartels don’t need to control the rival cartels state Jalisco doesn’t need Sinaloa and vice versa, the only thing that breaks the deadlock of these two is who has the most money and the best weapons imo. Corridos aside who ever has better sicarios or move of them wins and both cartels have proven to have endless supply of both money and man power

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    1. So in other words; ignorance and violence will determine ones true reign of stupidity!

      Perfect ideology!

      Guess a legit job will not be a factor here.
      Due to the hard work and dedicated efforts made by those millions everyday.
      These people are the true winners. Living life righteously and content with what little earned.

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    2. Y’all forgot the biggest cartel and they all pay piso and they will kick anyone’s ass in a heart beat hell they don’t Even need to shoot it out a predator will drop a bomb on that ass so quick it will make their head spin the good ol USA mencho don’t want it with us we will send that ass back to Michigan or where ever the hell he from in pieces. We are your day mencho and all your cheerleaders can get it too 🇺🇸

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    3. I agree with you a bit but in the end cuanto costaran las "Sierras Mexicanas" como dise la cancion de los Cuates de Sinaloa.

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    4. Thevtruth is the Mex and U.S runs the drug busines and they decide who to let deal or who to kill or capture. Even if they kill Mencho thete will be MANY in line to take his place and will too.

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    5. Yeah, American drone corporations have made billions of dollars with their technology others use to make more billions from bringing American values to syria, iraq, iran, afghanistan, to save them, after the Vietnam wars ended up in offshoring American technology and manufacturing to China.
      Now you have the middle east Arab countries destroyed and bombed back to the stone age and their natural resources and treasury looted by their would be benefactors who used no money of their own, they used the US people's treasury and credit cards...

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  28. Despite of Menchos structure is being detain or kill. Hes still powerful? How is it still that powerful? Is the politicians and police helping this druglord. After what his man did with that army helicopter. Well the police shoot his guys in michoacan for revenge of that event even when la fuerza unica and la gedarmeria got ambush by his man. Just in. Lopez obrador. The presidential candidate said that hes gonna offer some truths. Something about giving them amnesty

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  29. These journalist are smoking some heavy duty pot

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  30. May I inquire why the map above displays a yellowish highlighted section near the Monte Escobedo Zac / Mezquitic Jal area?

    El señor from the ferreteria still active?
    That shit was comedy when they found his jacket in a downed Cessna with product back In the day.

    "Ta Cabron" dijo el Rafita.....

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  31. I would like to know who attended the funeral of el pirata de culiacan. In depth story bb thanks I vote Otis

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  32. Don't believe the hype it's all a scheme to take them out kind of like the zetas it's to make them look like the bad guy while the sinaloa cartel operates in all of Mexico with out any trouble

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