Thursday, March 15, 2018

Michoacan: heighten violence after arrest of Mencho's nephew, "El H",

Chivis Martinez for Borderland Beat


Crazy violence has increased in Michoacán.  Yaqui is working on a detailed post regarding the arrest of “El H”. It will be up  tonight or Friday AM

Yordín Oseguera, is the nephew of CJNG leader “El Mencho”.  Yordin is better known as "El H", the Viagras "Jefe de plaza"of Apatzingán, and was captured in an operation in Pinzándaro, Michoacán, of the Buena Vista region.

Oseguera is be linked to the murder of Jose Tadeo Mendoza, "El Árabe", (below) which took place on February 18. Mendoza, was a “Most Wanted”, in Michoacán. "According to the result of the autopsy, the body was tortured, with a chest fracture, skull fractures at the base of the skull, and two gun shots to the head.  The body was buried in a clandestine grave.  Mendoza was a regional leader for CJNG.
  
 According to the reports, "El H" aka “El Jordy” is very close to the Sierra Santa family, which founded and leads  the "Los Viagras" cartel. The baby face narco is only 19 years old.

As in the March 2nd arrest of Gabino Sierra Santana, leader of Viagras, violence has erupted in Michoacán with blockades, vehicle fires and Molotov cocktails.

Through a press release, the Attorney General's Office of the State (PGJE) reported that, as a result of the joint operations implemented to search for criminal targets, and those responsible for highway blockades and violence, there have been 18 arrests so far.

He informed the press, that the 18 people that have been arrested, most of them are suspects in participating in the recent violence.

He pointed out that home-made devices, known as Molotov cocktails, as well as gas cylinders, firearms and useful cartridges have been seized along with weapons.  Vehicles that were reported stolen were also seized.

"El H" was born on November 1, 1999; He is the son of Adrián Mendoza Oseguera, and Nora Elia Villa Patricio.  His father was not in his life for 12 years.  His father is reported  working in the CJNG organization.

Universal "had access" to government data and reports about El H

His start

In 2014, the accused was 14 years old and his friend known as "El Coyul", who was a hitman, introduced him to Nicolás Sierra Santana "El Gordo", [Los Viagras leader] who also hired him as hitman to monitor the Plaza de Pinzándaro, giving him a .38 super caliber firearm and they paid him the amount of 3 thousand pesos a week, which was paid by a person nicknamed "El Flaco".

After a year he went to Vicente Guerrero, where he trained with a person who said he had the position of lieutenant colonel, who taught him techniques for the use and handling of weapons, such as ambushing and shooting practices; on that occasion he learned to handle weapons and grenades.

When the course concluded, they appointed him in charge of the Plaza de Antúnez, Parácuaro, raising his salary to 5 thousand pesos a week for his performance, but 4 months ago he was appointed cell manager and he was assigned 3 people to his position.



67 comments:

  1. So viagras are with cjng? I thought they were against cjng... I'm confused

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    1. CJNG are a bunch of kidnappers who kill innocents extort their honest hard working people in their plazas they are basically the same as Zetas it’s no surprise Menchos nephew was going against him . Ask around in Michoacan El Mencho is worse than Zetas

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    2. Dont be confused!

      For about USD500 in salaries and (my guess) another USD500 for weapons, ammo and cars you got a 4 man hit cell in Mexico's narcoland for a week.

      For peanuts you will get any man/group to shift allegiance once they realize who is swinging rhe bat.

      You see in this game you only survive if you are on the side of the winner.

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    3. If you read the article and process you wouldnt be confused. He is related to mencho through his dad who is menchos brother, however he didnt grew up with his dad around, him and his dad have been distant from eachother theres no father-son relationship, most likely the ones who he grew up with, those he sees as family, close friends or even family from his moms side, became viagras, thats why its much easier for him to be a viagra than a cjng member.

      Look at the case of the cds and beltran leyva, there was alot of families stuck in between most notably tito beltran who ended up taking his dad side, his family was related to chapo aswell as beltran leyva brothers that didnt meant that the bros and chapo were gonna get along

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    4. 100 dollars is about 2000 peisos,
      5000 peiso is about 250 dollah. Still not believable,
      Mexican engineers make about 3000 peiso a week, IF employed by some big corporation.
      A successful hoe makes even less, but it is not hers.

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  2. I thought Viagras were against Mencho. I'm confused now, if viagras are with Mencho then cjng have more of michoacan that I expected

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    1. Viagras are with CDS.

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    2. I believe CDS is providing monetary support to Viagras. You can find photos of Viagras sicarios (including El Yordin) with Antrax decals/logos on their rifles.

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    3. There's a pic up there with a board that says Cjng Apatzingan, does that mean they operate tierra cali?

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    4. the CJNG is Arabe, as the article states he was a regional leader of cjng...yes apatzingan

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    5. @ 7:21

      Yes, that is conformed.

      -“The guy who knows nothing”

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    6. Nothing here says that viagras are with mencho

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  3. He will be out next month

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  4. This doesn’t make any sense. How is he nephew of El Mencho, but a plaza boss for Los Viagras? Los Viagras are going at hard against CJNG/Migueladas in Michoacan after they split. Did the nephew turn on El Mencho?

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    1. My guess would be that el H father is a memeber of los viagras and just happen to marry el menchos sister but when the split happened his father and himself stayed with los viagras

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    2. I don't think he knows his uncle. He has no relationship with his father since he was 6. I am trying to figure out the connection. his father is Adrián Mendoza Oseguera, so maybe his father is the son of Mencho's sister? that would make HIM the nephew, which would make el H Mencho's great nephew.

      Just brainstorming here, weigh in if you have something to share.

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    3. He don’t like his father so not only does he hates his dad but every that has to do with him . Including his dads side of the family. Ya está en el voto la ardillita

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    4. La Chivis es mi tia

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    5. Chivis es mi novia

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  5. So he’s a member of los viagras but happens to be related to mencho. That’s the reason CJNG is used for the article but has nothing to do with them as they are rivals?

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  6. Had been looking at his post on FB. got a min. He should of not taunted the army by taking pictures next to them. That was his downfall. He bragged on how he killed Arabe and his 2 guards that got caught sleeping on the job. Se les metio este morro esta la cosina.Both had personal beef since El H's brother was killed last year by CJNG. There's a picture of the guns he stole from Arabe. El Gordo Santana is posing with both but not showing his face as trophies.

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    1. He didn’t kill Arabe, someone in Arabe’s group betrayed him and once he killed him, he stole his firearms and took them to the viagras

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    2. @9:58 So you mean to tell me that a CJNG associate killed another CJNG member, took his his weapons, approached their enemy, handed over the weapons to Los Viagras and then lived to tell about it? I’m no Cartel expert but that’s hard for me to believe.

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  7. Glad they are cleaning parts of Michoacan, the autodefensas are helping out in cleaning out the hood rats. I am giving/donating my 2- 223 rifles with scopes calibrated. To relatives in the autodefensa, in defending the neigborhood from criminals.

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    1. That’s illegal

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    2. Must be from sinaloa

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    3. I’m from sinaloa, we are called the cartel of betrayals for a reason Boy

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  8. good deal just do not let him out punks

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  9. Wow Menchos nephew to take out a CJNG regional leader and the authorities are pissed that they didn't get to collect the reward money because hes dead!

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    1. Both were about 19 years old, beware of your friends, you are supposed to keep them real close...

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  10. There is a picture on internet with him holding an AK47 with "los antrax" logo on it. He's with "los viagras" 100%. They are fighting CJNG helped by CDS/"los antrax". They did a lot of damage lately to CJNG in MIchoacan.

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    1. Nope. He is posing with a anthrax gun. Taken from a dead body.

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    2. @6:00 AM LMAO. that's what he told you when you've talked with him? i mean, these days people are posing with anthrax guns like they're posing with the scepter of god, right?

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    3. Michoacan para los Michoacanos morro

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  11. Cjng ass lovers will say they taking over michoacan but the true is they getting their butts mop by viagras

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    1. And there the new bosses of mexico mencho the new chapo,like it or not! Say what u want cry all u want! End of debate!!

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    2. The only people I see here that act like that are cds when BB puts up a story that make cds look bad. Seen it many times and cracks me up lol

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    3. 845 you and most users on here. Should focus on real issues like getting outta sector 8 housing and getting off food stamps. But no instead ima make fun of cartel cheerleaders

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    4. I hate to burst your bubble 5:43 but it’s called “section 8”. Isn’t Sector 8 from the movie Transformers? Oops my mistake it’s actually Sector 7. Maybe Sector 8 is part of the MIB’s or it’s a secretive Area 51 rapid response team. Hehehe!!! If you are going to try and roast someone on BB have your shit correct please.

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  12. Would take a real organized mind to keep up with this shit . I bet if any of these "mafia" member reach the age of 30 they will have belonged to at least 5 different gangs . Dumbest shit I have ever seen . People that are that stupid and deadly need to be dealt with like rabid dogs . I cant imagine the would ever be a place in society for this kind of trash .

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    1. Agree 100!%, too bad there is People that still believe these trash have rights. Hope they or someone the love or care about happens to fall victim of these scumbags , then they will change their reasoning, but it will be too late.

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    2. Every person arrested is presumed innocent until a jury of their peers convicts them, Properly, due process must be observed, bal, bla, bla...
      In Mexico everybody goes to prison to confess or pay hefty fines, and the lucky ones get to pay their fines piso, plasa slowly, with interest

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  13. Colombiano del cártel de Jalisco ordenó matar a agentes de AIC. by milenio

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  14. Looks like dude got a promotion, then a demotion-

    "When the course concluded, they appointed him in charge of the Plaza de Antúnez, Parácuaro, raising his salary to 5 thousand pesos a week for his performance, but 4 months ago he was appointed cell manager and he was assigned 3 people to his position."

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  15. Mencho is from Michoacan so it's no surprise he has relatives there, he join the Milenio Cartel which were base in Jalisco and is the place where his career as a drug lord took off but he calls himself 100% Michoacano which is one of the main reason he is fighting to take over Michoacan from the local cartel Los Viagras

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    1. Weren't milenio in michoacan before they got kicked out?

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    2. El Tisico and Chayo kicked them out with help of los Zetas.

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    3. El Tisico and Chayo kicked them out with help of los Zetas.

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  16. He has no contact with mencho and he was never in charge of Antunez

    :Obamanation:

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  17. CDS (genteNueva and Antrax special forces) limpiando el terreno de las ratas del CJNG

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    1. Gente nueva aint even in michoacan lol

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  18. That Cartel member did not pay mordida to the government, so he was on the list, of going down.

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  19. A friend just sent me this first person account of an American heading back from Troncones to San Miguel de Allende on Weds. Around noon they ran into it: "Folks, take these warning seriously. We’ve lived here, peacefully, for 16 years. We have driven all over Mexico. We felt safe and poo pooped all the ‘warnings.’ Until now.

    Yesterday, due to my unexpected illness, we decided to return from our Troncones vacation a bit early. We left our B&B at 9:30 a.m. at 12:20 p.m. on highway 37D the Lázaro Cárdenas/Morelia highway (a cuota) we saw smoke up ahead and a line of cars begining to back up on the road. As we sat in the line of cars I saw a man about 6-8 cars ahead of us wielding a rifle on the passenger side. He was not in uniform. I then saw people running to the sides of the road and jumping barbed wire fences. At that moment, it registered we were in trouble. This was not an car accident up ahead.

    Cars in front of us started turning around and heading back the way they came. We did the same.

    Unfortunately, the bad guys anticipated this and they cut us off a couple miles down the road. My mind was rapid firing. We had no choice but to drive into the mess. There were less here than behind us. They were hitting all the cars. A man began yelling at us and pointing his rifle- the words I heard were ‘give me your wallets and your phones.’ Which we did. He then told us to pull to the side of the road. Which we proceed to move toward but I told my husband to just keep driving. This was stupid, in hindsight. As we drove at top speed we had to narrowly pass two busses blocking the highway. I’m not sure what that was about - good or bad. We barely scraped by.

    It was about 20 miles down the road before we saw federales and Military moving in. When we got to the toll booth they had shut down the traffic and insisted we pay the toll. Thankfully, we had enough change in the console to pay. She was not letting us through without paying 92 pesos. Try counting money with that money ch adrenaline going. You can’t.

    So, now back in our hotel we’re reach out to friends and analyze the options. We hear the military has secured the area from one and another says the area is still embattled. Who knows for sure. We’re not tak No an chances. We are flying us and our two dogs home to SMA. We’ll fly pay to fly someone in to retrieve our vehicle once it is safe. Then, no more driving in Mexico.

    We hear from our Mexican friends we are lucky to have our lives, our vehicle and our dogs. Phones and money can be replaced.

    And, now, I read here being held up is becoming more and more prevalent in our little part of the world. This gives me pause and reason to seriously consider all the options. If it allowed to continue it will ruin our little town.

    As an aside, two years ago our driver from Mexico City airport was held up in the parking lot at 5 a.m. after picking us up from an international flight. He paid and we were on our way home. I should have learned then!

    I’m listening to the universe, now. And, FYI, caravaning does nothing for you except give them more targets to rob. You are still helpless against multiple persons with rifles.

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    1. Asaltados en michuakan, en mexico, again...
      Eso se sacan por andar ahi de calientes

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    2. Exactly. People assume shit will not happen to them until it does. Of course this can happen in many cities throughout the U.S. also but not as conspicous or often as it happens in Mexico in many cases.
      People that live there and have to pass through these kinds of areas in Mexico are the ones to feel sorry for though for they really have no place to go to to to escape being the victims.

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  20. Mexico Mexico, too much crime, I am surprised that I am not a ghost yet, Michoacan has gotten crazy, these creepy Cartel members are coming out of the woodwork. I am packing and starting a new life in Costa Rica. The sound of gunshots can make one go crazy. Steve and Peris make room for me, Tito Michoacan is coming

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  21. chivis, so the kid never was in c.j.n.g?

    when did the sierra Santana's create viagras? wasn't that in 2014?

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  22. El Mencho runs Michoacan

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  23. I hope BB doesn't mind. I'd like to post this again here in this most recent story, so people who do searches for toll highway in Michoacán can get this report:

    "Folks, take these warning seriously. We’ve lived here, peacefully, for 16 years. We have driven all over Mexico. We felt safe and poo pooped all the ‘warnings.’ Until now.

    Yesterday, due to my unexpected illness, we decided to return from our Troncones vacation a bit early. We left our B&B at 9:30 a.m. at 12:20 p.m. on highway 37D the Lázaro Cárdenas/Morelia highway (a cuota) we saw smoke up ahead and a line of cars begining to back up on the road. As we sat in the line of cars I saw a man about 6-8 cars ahead of us wielding a rifle on the passenger side. He was not in uniform. I then saw people running to the sides of the road and jumping barbed wire fences. At that moment, it registered we were in trouble. This was not an car accident up ahead.

    Cars in front of us started turning around and heading back the way they came. We did the same.

    Unfortunately, the bad guys anticipated this and they cut us off a couple miles down the road. My mind was rapid firing. We had no choice but to drive into the mess. There were less here than behind us. They were hitting all the cars. A man began yelling at us and pointing his rifle- the words I heard were ‘give me your wallets and your phones.’ Which we did. He then told us to pull to the side of the road. Which we proceed to move toward but I told my husband to just keep driving. This was stupid, in hindsight. As we drove at top speed we had to narrowly pass two busses blocking the highway. I’m not sure what that was about - good or bad. We barely scraped by.

    It was about 20 miles down the road before we saw federales and Military moving in. When we got to the toll booth they had shut down the traffic and insisted we pay the toll. Thankfully, we had enough change in the console to pay. She was not letting us through without paying 92 pesos. Try counting money with that money ch adrenaline going. You can’t.

    So, now back in our hotel we’re reach out to friends and analyze the options. We hear the military has secured the area from one and another says the area is still embattled. Who knows for sure. We’re not tak No an chances. We are flying us and our two dogs home to SMA. We’ll fly pay to fly someone in to retrieve our vehicle once it is safe. Then, no more driving in Mexico.

    We hear from our Mexican friends we are lucky to have our lives, our vehicle and our dogs. Phones and money can be replaced.

    And, now, I read here being held up is becoming more and more prevalent in our little part of the world. This gives me pause and reason to seriously consider all the options. If it allowed to continue it will ruin our little town.

    As an aside, two years ago our driver from Mexico City airport was held up in the parking lot at 5 a.m. after picking us up from an international flight. He paid and we were on our way home. I should have learned then!

    I’m listening to the universe, now. And, FYI, caravaning does nothing for you except give them more targets to rob. You are still helpless against multiple persons with rifles.

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    1. If the criminals carry guns and rifles, why do you not carry a weapon for, protection of life. Thanks for the input, I will not travel there for now.

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    1. F*ck. I went to copy and re-posted it here by accident. I meant to post it in the follow-up article.

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  25. the police should of shot that little thug

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  26. Go Mencho! Payback.

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