Saturday, March 31, 2018

CJNG gains on Zeta "Red Triangle" territory

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from Reforma


The Jalisco Nueva Generación Cartel (CJNG) has gained territory in Puebla for control of the “huachicol” (fuel theft gas or diesel).

Two groups, one from Veracruz and the other from Tamaulipas, have made a presence in the territory of Puebla to face Roberto de los Santos, alias "El Bukanas", considered the main leader of the Red Triangle, located in the municipalities where the Minatitlán-Mexico pipeline is located.

"El Bukanas" is linked to Los Zetas, the  group that has controlled the theft of Pemex fuel through clandestine connections installed in its pipelines.

Military sources told REFORMA that the CJNG managed to gain territories where the "El Bukanas" operated  the fuel lines, which caused them to move to states such as Hidalgo and Tlaxcala.

Although the CJNG has gain control of the theft of fuel in municipalities near the capital, its objective is to control the so-called Red Triangle, in the municipalities of Quecholac, Palmar de Bravo, Tepeaca, Tecamachalco, Acajete, Amozoc and Acatzingo, where the inhabitants work for cells from "El Bukanas", according to official information.

The Army and Navy deployed some 600 elements in the area to avoid confrontations between the groups of huachicoleros and have targeted the capture of their leaders.

The presence of groups linked to the CJNG was detected by federal and state authorities since last October with military operations against "El Bukanas", who hides in the Sierra Poblana.

At the end of that month, a shootout was reported between groups of huachicoleros in different municipalities of Puebla, with the balance of 12 people dead.

The State Prosecutor General's Office (FGE) confirmed that another huachicolero leader identified as Jesús Martín, "El Kalimba", was killed in the shooting.

"The Kalimba" tried to modify his fingerprints and his face through aesthetic surgeries so as not to be identified by the authorities or by his rivals.

Two weeks later, a narcomanta signed by the CJNG appeared hanging on a bridge of Ecological Peripheral in the City of Puebla, and warned revenge for the death of "The Kalimba."

On March 20, the corpses of two men executed, handcuffed and with a message allegedly signed by the CJNG were located in the Tepalcayuca neighborhood of Puebla.

Last Thursday, three narcomantas signed supposedly by the CJNG appeared in two points of Puebla and one of Tlaxcala.

In the message, the criminal group threatened Roberto de los Santos, "El Bukanas", and the businessman Othón Muñoz, "El Cachetes", who was arrested by the Navy for his links with the huachicoleros, but is currently free.

35 comments:

  1. If you have to steal oil you’re not doing to well in the dope game!!

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    1. Your wrong. they just want more money that’s why people become narcos if they see the can make a couple more racks y not

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    2. U rite ja ja

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    3. Lol... I think the cartels are doing okay moneywise. Apple and Amazon have plenty of money as well but it doesn't mean they will pass up a business opportunity to make more.

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    4. wrong big money in stealing oil. No buisness in the world is bigger then the oil business

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    5. Stealing gas means you don’t have to mess with the dope game. No need for international contacts, huge start-up costs, or controlling huge swathes of territory. Far less labor and cost intensive.

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    6. Uhm you should take a business class and learn what diversifying is

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    7. Aint that the truth, CJNG getting ready for El Menchos capture before elections this year

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    8. Hahahahah my thought exactly just to keep the peasants happy while la mencha showers in meth

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    9. Cartels love easy money, they steal gas not oil. Lol

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    10. Stealing gasoline is very lucrative and is more money for less work. The gasoline is easily sold at a discount. Many gangs are dedicated to this sort of work.

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    11. The govt puts bypass valves in the pipelines. You cant just drill and steal gas. CJNG was brought in to just stop a few people (cartels) from stealing it outright and not giving a good kick back. CJNG doesnt need the gas it does it because its being backed by the govt as a favor. Mind you CJNG despite taking losses is still the richest cartel in Mexico with the favors of the govt. So a favor for a favor...

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    12. Are they still richest? Cuinis locked up awhile now, business isnt as smooth. More Local comp. I think the bigger orgs have given up ground a bit to smaller orgs. CJNJ and CDS still largest, but both have had big losses.

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  2. With the way these guys control the fuel trade in certain areas makes it seem very much like Mad Max (Road Warrior)....

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    1. Mel Gibson 2020 hahaha good movies though

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    2. I have read that the locals love it though, half price gasoline. Can't blame them really in a country with so much deep poverty

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  3. This means the Huachicoleros flipped to cjng just like that?? That’s weird

    Cheers,
    From Michoacán

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  4. Its Easter Sunday some very pround Cartel boss has got to be proud of how many family has killed and destroyed

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  5. Every where they go cjng takes L's in Tijuas cds mopped their floor with their bi*ch ass in michoacan the viagras jalisco el cholo guanatos El marro now in Puebla El bukanas cjng is total joke

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    1. Then why is cjng still on top? Fuck outta with your bullshit.

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    2. You say the same thing in every post but you talk nonsense

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    3. Lmao danm who missed leaded you obously are wrong or lost even el Gordo viagra started blaming the gov in a attempt to stop cjng from eleminating them in bc ctng is more dominant than cds

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    4. Cjng fans are quick defend mencho, the truth is they are already on the same path as los zetaz and in Tijuana no se les olvide que el cielo sigue verde con la Rana y el bueno es el Aquiles

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  6. Same crap with these guys over and over mx is going down the drain hope the presidents does something like CALDERON releasing the dogs on these guys.

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    1. @1:54PM there are already several times "the dogs" (as you call them) out there on the streets than what Calderon sent to Michoacan. Things are a lot worse now than before he sent the troops out to make the people secure. Didn't work too well.

      Got any other ideas? I don't think more violence is the answer.

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    2. @ dd
      Legalization of drugs is not the answer to curb / stem violence in Mexico. One thing is certain; is that in doing so would take away the little these criminals depend on for providing oneself and family. Which apparently would lead to more splinter groups fighting for scraps. Moreover, different avenues / means of criminal activities to feed oneself from.
      Looks like a no win situation going on here!

      E42

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    3. The CJNG cartel is getting slaughtered big time, by the truck load of 8-9 bodies a day.

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    4. E42 - drugs need to be legalized world wide. It may not curb all the violence, but it would help. Overall Mexico needs a socioeconomic boost that doesn't come from black market dealings.

      Phelpso

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    5. Uhh, E42 legalization would be the answer. It would eliminate all DTOs rapidly if people could go buy their drugs in stores legally. What your certain about is absolutely incorrect, billions are made off the drugs, if it made little no one would be doing it. There is always someone willing to fill the void even if they know there’s a good chance they will lose their life bc the money is that good.

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    6. Calderon focused on la familia michoacan but all it did was break up into smaller cells, now there's more violence

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    7. MI6 and CIA would never allow that. They are the biggest cartels in the world and have been pro about laying low. If Mexico would legalize drugs, a lot of the violence would stop. Mexico will never be allowed to be 2nd or 1st World country. It is not in the upper echelon best interest. - kao

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    8. E42 ; "Which apparently would lead to more splinter groups fighting for scraps."

      Scraps is what they are currently making. Sure it seems like a huge amount to common folk like you and I.

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  7. I'm not sure how up to date you are for example in TJ they have a bigger influence than CDS and they have been making progress in Guanajato as of late.Michoacan is were they have had the most trouble and taking the most losses

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    1. Cjng was about to take control of michoacan with el Arab head of plaza for cjng. But as crazy as it sounds to me is that Mencho's nephew killed el Arab and even took his nice guns. He was a good plaza leader because he got a viagras leader killed,one of the Santana brothers

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  8. CJNG said they were Mata Zetas years ago. They rule now. There you have it.

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