Friday, January 5, 2018

Horror in Tlacotalpan: 5 bodies appear on taxi with acronym CJNG on the heads

Translated by El Profe for Borderland Beat from Sin Embargo
                      
Veracruz (Mexico), Jan 5 (EFE) .- The dismembered bodies of five people were abandoned at dawn this Friday in the state of Veracruz, police authorities said today.

The human remains and their heads appeared on a taxi on a road in the municipality of Tlacotalpan, in the south-central region of Veracruz, about 1:35 am local time this Friday.

In the area was an abandoned Nissan, used as a taxi, where five black bags with human remains and five heads were found on the vehicle’s hood.

In the area a message was attributed to organized crime, the Jalisco New Generation Cartel taking claim for the murder.

According to the report of the Executive Secretariat of the National Public Security System, Veracruz last year took the second position in kidnapping and the third in homicide.

In the first 11 months of 2017, 180 kidnappings were reported in the state; and 1,778 violent murders were committed, most of them related to organized crime gangs.


Since December 2016, when Miguel Ángel Yunes Linares, the conservative National Action Party
(PAN) assumed the state government, crimes related to drug trafficking increased.

According to official data up until November, there were 23,101 intentional homicides in Mexico, turning 2017 -even without the December data- into the most violent year for the Latin American nation in two decades.

33 comments:

  1. Too brutal, even mayo is scared of cjng tactics. These michoacanos brought terror within the cartels starting with La familia Michoacana

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    1. Donde está tu familia y tus caballos now?

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    2. hahahaha. you're so funny...

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    3. Even me sitting in the states know these cjng tweaker cartel is preying on the innocent civilians of plazas they claim they have arrived but doing nothing but pissing off the locals and local cartel. Zetas are still the kings of horror. Cjng is made up of jaliskillas and tweakers from michoacan who are jealous of Sinaloan narco culture for some crazy reason.

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    4. Bro, michoacan and sinaloa party all day err day..

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    5. 4:02 sounds like your the jealous one speaking tonterias

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    6. 4:02 Love your response and you have a pretty good understanding of what going on.

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    7. another civilian victim.... cjng always with a banners and claiming a new owner of the plaza to make famous in media

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    8. 4:02 why would a michoacan be jealous of a guy from sinaloa? The original comment has some truth to it but since you have no valid response now you say he's jealous?
      hahaha funny guy...

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    9. 4:02 just how are you so informed of their structure if your "sitting in the states" your just a hater cjng is taking over no need to be in denial

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    10. Jaliscas used to be valencias who were kicked out of michoacan by carlos rosales with cdg back up. And cdg took nuevo laredo from them and gave it to the zetas.

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    11. Kicked out of your own state and ran to Chapo for help then bit the hand that helped him? Lacra if you ask me

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    12. Why do so many people from the states take sides? I'm in states and I find narco culture interesting but reading stuff like this is as informative as we can get while not living there so at best I have maybe an educated guess about things. So many "experts" stateside, it really makes me laugh. 😅

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    13. 949 Yo probably from df or Puebla

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  2. Mayo told you himself?

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  3. Blame El Mayate all you want, too much propaganda, overkill, nothing to be earned, by cjng from this terrorism, I am sure El PRI is behind all the murdering to make people sick of yunes linares and el PAN, there will be elections there in 2018 and there is a lot of votes from Veracruz, they will elect the next president de mexico with the estate de Mexico votes, all stolen, for sure, but better to be safe and have the people vote for reals, by now they want la marran duarte back.

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    1. 2:09 You must be his brother on the state payroll while also invoicing the state for nothing
      Pinche puta

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    2. 8:53 well, don't trust the propaganda machine,
      it preys on the dumb dumb dums,
      you won't be embarrassed tomarrah.
      Sorry, I don't do poolitricks well and can't care less.

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  4. It's gotta be tough to get some "shock value" in Mexico these days...whether a cartel or a news outlet...

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  5. They should vote to import the Philippines Duerte...

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  6. They could put the names of the Mexican victims of the cartel war on the Mexican side of the border wall. U know, like our Vietnam memorial. Not sure 2000 miles would be enough writing space though...

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    1. 4:24 yep, sure, right, and on top of the wall a sign that reads "VICTIMS OF THE PRIVATIZATION OF MEXICO",
      because it is all it all boils down to.

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  7. Yikes! I drove right by there last Friday on the way to the Tuxtlas. Every Jarocho (Veracruz resident) I talked to had been robbed, assaulted, or kidnapped this year. Its really bad, especially if one gets complacent here. I tried to mitigate the risks by driving in the morning, on toll highways as much as possible, then staying in homes and secure hotels with armed security. No bars, and no nightlife. Made it out alive, unscathed. Hopefully its better in a couple of years for my next trip to VER the most beautiful state.

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    1. 7:28, u a lil cra cra brah... Brave but crazy. And ur right, it is the most beautiful state. Ironic huh?

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  8. Yikes! I drove right by there last Friday on the way to the Tuxtlas. Every Jarocho (Veracruz resident) I talked to had been robbed, assaulted, or kidnapped this year. Its really bad, especially if one gets complacent here. I tried to mitigate the risks by driving in the morning, on toll highways as much as possible, then staying in homes and secure hotels with armed security. No bars, and no nightlife. Made it out alive, unscathed. Hopefully its better in a couple of years for my next trip to VER the most beautiful state.

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  9. I see char on forum talking about El Cholo,experienced baddass who killed karton who was hunting cholo,El Marro is down with Cholo and many others who can step to mencho who wants cholo under

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    1. Wheres broly banderas?

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  10. Onother utuber from Sinaloa el chano called out el Mencho but apologized yesturday saying he was drunk and high... Lol he was holding a rifle and saying he was going to jalisco and shoot Mencho and that mencho wasn't sh!t.. Dumb kid

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    1. i seen those boys are plain dumb i never seen a famous michoacano youtuber dared the sinaloa bosses for the reason that they will get kill simple dont know why this sinaloa kids will disrespect a drug lord and end like pirata de culiacan or valentin elizalde

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  11. cjng is gettng alot of unwanted attention, i doubt alot of this mess outside of jalisco is the actual cing it self but cells that arent even made up of people frm jalisco or michoacan, its the same guys that are local to the area that live and operate in the area where the crime took place, guys that once belonged to another group and once their group got taken down they the switch sides and work for who they once fought against u jnow if y can beat them join them ttpe of shit for survival, thats why in veracruz this shit happens becase these guys were once zetas thats why they have these zetas tacrics and when the matazetas arrived they either kiss ass or die,

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    1. Yes...CJNG took this strategy but those very cells have their own enemy cells as well who also join other cartels so in the end is the same shit with different names.

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    2. Arturo Bermudez Zurita chief of SSP DE VERACRUZ left, javier Duarte left, but they left behind their corrupt state and federal police, and they were left hungry and penniless.

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