Thursday, April 26, 2018

CdN executes members of CDS in Durango, they have returned to heat the plaza

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from a Epoca Violenta article.

Subject Matter: Cartel de Noreste, Sinaloa Cartel
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required


The Cartel de Noreste, who used to be Los Zetas in Nuevo Laredo, who were led by Heriberto Lazcano Lazcano, El Z-40 and El Z-42, today have returned to La Laguna in Durango to dispute the plaza with the Sinaloa Cartel.

In La Laguna, people from CdN murdered Gabino Ortiz and Omar Moreno who were Sinaloa Cartel operators in the La Laguna region and operated a horse stud farm, with large betting to money launder. It is on the outskirts of the town of Tlahualillo, Durango, close to Gomez Palacio, Durango.

This is where, in 2007, El Lazca kidnapped the Anti-Kidnapping Police Chief as part of plan to visit extreme violence against the Sinaloa cartel. (Otis: while Epoca Violenta is not a mainstream news outlet, they do have most articles that are run by the main news outlets, and have been shown to be accurate. With the lack of information coming from Coahuila, Epoca is one of the most useful sites for news. This is unusual that CdN would be pushing out into CDS territory. CdN dont have an MO of plaza expansion, preferring to root themselves in Nuevo Laredo among other areas).




The victims were identified outside of a Dennys restaurant according to reports of the Police authorities, the dead person was identified as Gabino Ortiz, who had gunshot wounds in the head, of approximately 40 years of age, originally from Bermejillo, Durango and nephew of the ex president of this community.

The other man attacked was Omar Moreno, in charge of Club Hipico of the city neighborhood of Gomez Palacio, he was transferred immediately to the town hospital with bullet wounds to the head and his condition is reported as serious.

It should be mentioned that Mario Solis, responsible for organizing events, said that when leaving the building, the two men were fired on by a man with a semi automatic pistol.

Agents of the Public Ministry later attended the crime scene to carry out their due diligence and ordered the transfer of the bodies for autopsies.

108 comments:

  1. El Lazca kidnapped cop himself by his own hands?

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    1. I mentioned this story a few days ago on here,dont know if i read it wrong but it said lazca was doing the interogating on the video of the kidnapped Anti-Kidnapping Chief ?

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    2. @ 3:58 AM - Can you post a link to the story or the video? Thank you.

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    3. 3:58 Gerardo Valdez Segura is that chief? and a video of maybe Lazca interrogating ?

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    4. https://www.proceso.com.mx/93119/un-video-acusador

      347 Link above..Dude i cant find it on proceso ?

      425 COMANDANTE ENRIQUE RUIZ AREVALO is the one who was kidnapped guey

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    5. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUvIVlC1OKQ

      this is the supposed video where lazca can be heard interrogating a person. look up "kesos en polvo" on youtube if the link doesn't work

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      Thanks dude,its nice when we help each other no?
      The link worked for me,gracias guey

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  2. Didn't knew if cdn was capable of this all I know about them that they're kids ranging from 14-18(they don't live survival) years old wannabe Zetas. IF they really done this than WOW Im really shocked about their capabilities

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    1. Dont be surprized by the resources CDN is capable of,it owns Nuevo Laredo the most important plaza(arguably)in Mexico,over 8000 trucks pass over every day,you dont have to be a genius to see the opportunities afforded if you control something like that,imagine the things that pass over every day and its the CDN/Zetas plaza

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    2. Someday people will realize that all cartels not just Jalisco or Sinaloa have the capabilities to carry out precision hits even without the backing of any government.
      Seems to me that this is just a begenning of what can be another major incursion into Durango and or a warning of what can come!

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    3. Imagine if US applied more effective practices of X-rays of all vehicles / trucks coming into the country? This rigorous approach will put a dent to what’s smuggled into the US. But NAFTA policies
      award such products to be less scrutiny for security inspections. Due to expiration concerns of certain products. Added with the lack of equipment and resources ( personnel). This was reported by 60 minutes or frontline awhile back.

      E42

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    4. 3:55 the most important border crossing point is in Tijuana, it's the fact that most people go through there daily than any other in the world. No wonder Mencho, cds and los arellanos wanted it so badly

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    5. Sorry to burst you bubble but I couldn’t stand to see such ignorance ... Tijuana and Juárez are far more important plazas than rinky dink Nuevo Laredo ... yes yes you have a bunch of trucks moving back and forth, so does Juárez and so does Tijuana and Nogales... but not all contraband is smuggled over ground ... Juárez and Tijuana are known for tunnels something that is impossible in Nuevo Laredo without the rio grande caving in on you ... just get off that cheerleading wagon already homeboy!

      - Real Talk

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    6. 3:55 plus Monterrey is a very profitable plaza.

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    7. "Kids" and "shocked about their capabilities"?
      This is what happens when you love in fairy tale land.
      A kid does not run a crew by himself he is guided by adults. Nobody but rumors say kids work for CDN however. Stop listening to the propangada CDS or others throw in order for them to not fear an enemy and realize that everyone with weapons and a brain can become a terror to someone else.

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    8. Al rato los matan, a pero ahi andan de calients.

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    9. Laredo is not the most important Crossing Point. Cd Juarez is the most important plaza You're talking about five entry points into the u.s.

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    10. 3:55. Agree and don’t forget the trens. The years of tranquility for a plaza like NL shows that very powerful organizations have good control of the contraband passing Columbia Bridge and on the trens. This was probably vendetta or Guano. Internal to what used to be CDS

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    11. Nuevo Laredo most important plaza? hahah wtf TJ is much more lucrative not to mention juarez.

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    12. @12:36. Imagine if some genius could construct a tunnel without the Rio Grande caving in. That would be a billion dollar tunnel since everyone would assume it can’t be done and would never look for a tunnel there. Hypothetically speaking of course since I’m sure it CANT be done. I’m surprised they don’t use animals more often during border crossings. You would think a couple of cats or a female dog in heat could throw off the K-9 inspection. After all, they aren’t robots and can be thrown off their game because of natural instinct.

      -Just a mind with no means

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    13. @8;21PM There are tunnels built under waterways all over the world. The tunnel under the English Channel connecting the UK TO France is probably the most famous.

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    14. @922 u dont have to pay anybody off to run dope thru tijuana i know people that do it but if they get caught bad things will happen

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    15. @821 u wanna know how to drive cross country with dope? Carry a cat in a box or what ever thye use to transport animals well if a chp stops u with a canine,dog will be too worried about cat and wont do his job,too busy trying to get cat! Guaranteed!

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    16. Dd I am sure that's what he meant... But our friend here is a little sarcastic 😉

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    17. E42 not to mention the lines of cars,trucks,buses,Mobil homes,motorcycles,and every other form of transportation waiting in line oh so patiently to be inspected..Also if they search every vehicle they will have to start searching EVERY person walking across..Thats a lot of manpower and very expensive.

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    18. Actually no Nuevo Laredo plaza is more important and here's why... there's 5 major drug distribution union points in the US 1) Los Angeles 2) Atlanta 3) Miami 4) New York and 5) although not as important as the rest but still important Chicago... take a guess from what point you can be more effective distributing yo those places. Most heavy weights in the East coast, down south and up north deal with people from Texas.

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    19. nuevo laredo is the most important plaza not for the volume of crossing but because its where i35 starts and it ends in canada.

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    20. Lol pinche gente mamona alegando por plaza porque uno dijo que NL es la plaza más importante. 😂

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    21. Man o man,i wrote about Nuevo Laredo plaza as an aside,the most important,and look at these fuckin clowns getting hysterical,no digas pendejadas,say it again some fuckin idiots on here

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    22. Es para que aprendas wey

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  3. But how do you know it was the CDN? Did they leave a message? The article doesn't say.

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  4. I guess it’s true zetas don’t die they multiply

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  5. Not even a small cell respect or fear cds, they figured that cjng took a few of cds plazas and why not them. Things have defenetly changed for the worst for cds

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  6. You dont need much capabilities to kill ppl, these CDS op Guys did not hide.

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  7. Why does the author of the article use the term "heat the plaza"?. Why not just say fight for control or take out CDS?
    If any hit by an outside cartel equals heating the plaza then CDS has been heating Chihuahua up for years now!

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    1. Because "heat the plaza" is different from direct fighting for control. It's a tactic used to soften up or divert attention as opposed to direct fighting.

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    2. 12:22 so if CDN strikes keeps striking would this no be concidered fighting for control?

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    3. 6:19 you’re right. It was a direct hit.

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    4. True, calentar la plaza is more like dropping grenades in the street, lot of kidnapping, bring unwanted attention to whoever controls the place

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  8. Another shooting in Dodge City.

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  9. So Cdn did this and not cjng ? Tell why I'm not surprised unlike michoacanos the zetas cdn have big pelotas i remember back day when GAFes and zeteas went at it both sides had lots of deaths brave Soldados Los Dos estados i just hope this doesn't bring those old days of violencia again

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    1. Porque estos son los CDN que se alinearon con los CJNG

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    2. @11:14 no me sorprende son igual de mugrosos el CJNG y CDN

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    3. 4:06 como Sean les están acabando a todos.

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  10. Aren't people from Durango independent drug trafficking i know they are allied with cds but for the most part they are their own family of mafia s

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    1. They either side with Sinaloa or traffickers from Juarez.. i find it rather silly when people think that cartels function based solely on what state they are from .. if CDS or CDJ or CJNG were made up of only people from their respective state they wouldn't prosper much as a cartel, expansion would be impossible.. in Chihuahua you have half of the state supporting CDS in the sierra and the other half supporting Lineas around the border area.. you have people from sinaloa chihuahua and durango operating for CDS and you have ppl from sinaloa chihuahua and durango operating for La Linea as well.. all this BS about state pride in relation to cartels is only speculated by people that are clueless about cartel modus operandi...im not claiming to be an expert.. but i know a few people "involved" (in Phoenix to be exact), and have enough common sense to know that not all employees from Walmart are from Arkansas (Walmart's headquarters)...

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  11. Well thanks for clarifying it's was cartel de noroeste because cjng ass lovers will be saying it was mencho lol when we know he and his people are cowards scared ass b*tches CDN my respect some crazy locos doing that

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  12. And here come the cheerleaders. Just wait for it.

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  13. They tried to take Santiago Papasquiaro, where there is a military installation, but were shut down quickly. It's the entry point to la sierra de Durango where strongholds like Topia and Canelas are.

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    1. don't forget San Dimas and Tamazula

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  14. Campana es donde sobra Tierra para todos

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  15. CDN don't stand a chance in Durango, they are playing with fire. From what i know Durango is Mayo's plaza.

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  16. can anyone reply, is Nuevo Laredo safe to travel through? From Texas to airport in monterrey?

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    1. Its safe just dont cross after 6pm. Anything between 7am to 4pm

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    2. Don't travel by night and go through bridge 1 through the centro not the colosio

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    3. Yes don't cross after 6pm the hoodlum cartel, starts thier dirty work. Don't send your kids to get tortillas, they like to butcher people, and put them in ice chests.

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    4. I would not risk it. Specially if you have family with you. Avoid using large SUV or truck pickups. If possible put a large sticker with the american flag On the back window. Or something that yells I'm American "they would not confuse you with contras" you get killed wrong place and time...good luck

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  17. back in 2006-2010. Durango and Zacatecas had Zeta plazas. They were deep in those states. with time alot of them switched , even though they dont like to admit.

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  18. Not a groupie but CDS will wipe them out, if the OG Zetas got wiped out of Durango these guys won't be able to contest for long

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  19. The cdn is the main force of what use to be los zetas ...

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  20. Can somone give me the Spanish link

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    1. @11:01AM The link is on the first line below the title and says "from a Epoca Violenta article.". Epoca Violenta is highlighted in red. Click on that.

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  21. I believe these cdn came from Zacatecas? Or from nvo lardo Unless they somehow manage to get through the Nvo Laredo-Monterrey-Saltillo-torreon corridor without getting detected. Or maybe these dudes cut through Coahuila desert from nvo lardo.

    Who’s running shop in torreon now?
    Last I heard was cds what’s up?

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    1. In zacatecas the poli golfos got control of the main areas. cdn travel in a couple groups of 4-5 sicarious. Not to many but they put up a fight.

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    2. I think sicarios are changing their tactics; meaning riding in small cars to avoid attention. Recently most hits have been in small cars. IMO

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  22. I think this was hired cdg cats to kick up dust and get CDS to do their dirty work. Cdn has no presence anywhere close to palacio gomez. Makes no sense unless its an adjustment of accounts With these guys doing side work their superiors dont know of on both sides.

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  23. Terrible mistake now cds will heat up nuevo Laredo and things will get ugly like back in the old days where neither cartel could take over this like two elephants figthing

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    1. Keywords, back in the old days.

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  24. Van a relusir los tostones. Va aver plomo plebes.
    Saludos para Sinaloa y Nayarit Durango y todo MEXICO entero.
    Arriva los Mexicanos.

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    1. Saludos a Chihuahua! No le tenemos miedo a nada!

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    2. Arriba Juárez
      (Juan Gabriel)

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    3. 4:33 Arriba de que,
      En mexico los burros andan arriba de los mexicanos.
      Pero el candidato presidencial El bronco alias "la mula bronca" rodriguez promete mocharles la mano a los que roben frutsis.
      No deja dudas que es un pinche descuartizador como sus amigos los Zetas

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    4. Juan gabriel es michacaco mi compa

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    5. Juan Gabriel vivio mucho tiempo en Juarez.

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  25. Now CDS will retaliate and it will not be pretty

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  26. Interesting Otis but I do not think CDN were the killers of Gabby and Moreno. CDN has had a very good arrangement and to risk NL with this assault does not make business sense.

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  27. Everyone is hitting CDS even CDS is killing them selfs. Wow

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    1. why all the zeta cheerleaders hate cds so much? We know they killed off all the zetas but its not like they peed in your wheaties..Get over it CDS runs the show. Haters gonna hate.

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    2. If cds killed all the zetas then why is there Zetas?

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    3. No ones hating, Just facts

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  28. Lets see what excuses and null$hit these sinaloa cats come up with on this article... Lmao

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  29. That's crazy just last night I was watching the video of el mamito when he got captured and was being interrogated. A few years back

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  30. Probably Ivan taking out one of Guanos guys or vice versa

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  31. Lol I just read México bought helicopters equipped with hellfire middles. That’s gonna make it worse. Once they hellfire all the tops leaders entonces si va sembrar el terror 😁😁😁😁😫

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  32. Oh man they have a Dennys too. I need to visit.

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  33. Am I the only one who feel that the headline "heat the plaza" doesn't sound right?

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    1. words have been translated for English speaking people. Don't try Americanizing it stupid fuck

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    2. They let comments like @9:14 up but my little comment asking a business minded jefe to come up North doesn’t get posted... Jk Jk...It's actually the Midwest!

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    3. Calentar la plaza,"heat the plaza,square"
      Yep,your the only one

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  34. sounds like CDS house cleaning. outside of Laredo, CDN leaves a message signed by "GAFE"

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    1. What did the message say? Can you put a link to it?

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  35. Dammit Ivan I told you we shouldn’t have all of our trucks in this Mardi Gras parade...la Dennys is where cdn is today... shut up el Gordo we are making a self glorifying music video... turn up the music and hand me my gold plated engraved ak...we are NOT getting kidnapped today, is this thing loaded??

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    1. Hahaha made my day

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    2. The best men weren’t even part of those convoys

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    3. Where were they?

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  36. Hahaha! CDS cheerleaders are funny! They can't take it through their THICK minds that CDS just took a hit "in their own turf" by an alledged weak cartel full of kids they say.
    Must have been and inside job or CDN aligned with someone else!
    Hahahaha! Just admit CDS is getting sloopy and got hit and it might/can happen again. You cheerleaders don't know shit and this proves it!

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    1. Lol and watch out 10:38 this mofos always got something to say

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  37. Heat the plaza enough said people whining over tht GTFOH

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  38. Does anyone else skip over the comments when you see words like- cheerleaders, nut huggers,haters,sarcasm, ridicule and profanity? Doesn't add much to the conversation.

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    1. I feel you. I could do without all the conspiracy theorists as well.

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    2. @5:40 and 7:3:36 It warms my heart to see we have some intelligent commenters.

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    3. You guys have no sense of humor, this ain't no intellectual site.

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  39. CDS is going down big time.

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  40. Damn, there are more cheerleaders in this comment section than I've ever seen(at least for a long time).

    Phelps

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  41. Did durango ever belong to los zetas?
    I heard from someone that CDS kicked OG ZETAS from that plasa back in the days

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    1. No, the Zetas did make inroads but during that time the government was hitting them hard in other parts of the country so they retreated.

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