Monday, April 9, 2018

Gun battle between Ministerials and armed civilians in Miguel Aleman (video)

Posted by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from Twitter



A gun battle broke out last Friday in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon between Ministerials and armed civilians. The video was shot from inside a cafe by a civilian who had time to drink his coffee during the shoot out. I guess it was just another day for him.

38 comments:

  1. It was a kidnap attempt. Ten people were arrested and according to the police they knew the criminals were having a meeting there.

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    1. Kidnapping attempt or meeting??????????

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    2. @8:55. I'm assuming he meant that they were meeting up to kidnap someone. What's with all the ridiculous question marks ?

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    3. The ministerial were poll trying to kidnap some narcos,
      the narcos are supposed to have a lotta money and ministerial polesias are always trying to get theirselfes some.
      But the polesias must have been ambushed until reinforcements arrived to the double triple narco-counter-espionage setup trap, what is for sure, no narcos were killed, because of absolutely no trust issues from any side.
      Ah, pero en la carcel van a pagar estos pinches narco-muletas arrestados, pa que no anden ahi nomás de calientes

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  2. Aren't guns pretty much illegal in Mexico?

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    1. 659am .mexico is a gun free zone. You be the judge is banning firearms works.

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    2. They got those guns from the usa.

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    3. Sub machine guns? Yes.

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    4. The US is 4 hours or less from Monterrey. The machinery needed to convert them to fully auto are only 4 hours away and they are legal. You can probably get an AK or AR for 2000 USD imported illegally threw the border and pay 1500 to get it converted to fully auto.

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    5. Violence is illegal on the USA put I don't see guns stopping it.

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  3. So, the gunsounds were edited into the video. How stupid is this.

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    1. I agree, no wonder the guns sounded like high powered good rifles lol

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  4. Looks like they fled the scene, I want to see one from Tamaulipas or michoacan. They have been going at it in those 2 states lately

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    1. Miguel aleman is in tamaulipas

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    2. It happened on miguel aleman street in Monterrey

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    3. Lic. Miguel Alemán Valdez, a former president of Mexico, his daddy was a general who suicided himself or was helped, things of war...but the son did not care if murdering was needed to arrive to the presidency, shit got done, he became Presidente.

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  5. This is my home town. It's almost a daily accurance that doesn't always make it on the news. Most people in the area are good ppl. They let ppl do their dirt as long as they're not involve they won't cause you trouble. Granted there's always that cross fire...it use to be peaceful when the old school narcos keeped a low profile

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    1. My ancestors have been there since the city was founded. I still have family there. Most of my summer vacations were spent there. I still wonder if I should return some day.

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    2. @Lou the Jew...I read there's a lot of Jew descendants in Monterrey region due to them seeking refuge from persecution. They fled from Germany to Spain then to Mexico.

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    3. Former governor Halconso Martinez Dominguez returned to Nuevo Leon banned fromexico City for the Halconazo on Jueves de Corpus in 1972 ordered by Luis Echeverria Alvarez, blamed on Martinez dominguez, his revenge on Mexico included sending Carlos Salinas DE Gortari to run for the presidency with help of his drug trafficking daddy, Raul Salinas Lozano, a former Mexican Ambassador to the USSR...
      CARLOS SALINAS DE GORTARI UNLEASHED THE ZETAS, TO PROTECT HIS SIDE OF MEXICO, EVERYTHING NORTH and EAST and SOUTH OF SINALOA

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  6. What video of shootout just people running and video of inside the coffee shop and some stupid naco cursing in Spanish common B.B you can do better than that.

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  7. Just another normal day in mexico.........

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  8. Standard borderland beat. Just looking to blame the US and any other thing.

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  9. Funny how this site never seems to print an article about Nieto. Well, he must be innocent of corruption and everything else.

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    1. Why don’t you create a site and post it then. You’re probably the type of person to complain about being broke but don’t wanna work hard.

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  10. i wonder how many saw the opportunity and skipped on the bill?

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    1. If I could thumb up your comment I would. LOL

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    2. 7:38 I give my vote to your comment...🖕

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    3. @4:02

      Chill out and pour that coffee, bro!

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  11. Miguel aleman Tamps or Monterrey NL?

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  12. Those sounds can’t be from this encounter. The people outside were walking wayyyy too casually for it to be that close.

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    1. Thats exactly what i thought, looks and sounds fake.

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  13. “ Deja me chingo mi café ya para irme a la chingada”. Todo un mexicano bromista. Esos son los buenos. Te hacen reír pase lo que pase. Jajaja! - Sol Prendido

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  14. This been going so long in Mexico. Its kinda funny

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  15. 'Dejame ching me mi cafe para ir me a la ching.'

    I'm m still laughing at that one.

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  16. Every Norteamericano that shoves coke up their nose takes part in the murder of Mexicans and Central Americans. The self-corruption of those that want to get "high" is no different than the corruption in the Mexican government.

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