Monday, April 23, 2018

Mexican Army raids cartel camp in Guerrero ( Video ), with more arrests

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from a Sinembargo article

Subject Matter: Raid of a cartel camp
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required

In a video from the United States site Breibart News, it shows soldiers of the Mexican army and Police forces searching for and piling up weapons that could have been used during the attack against Municipal police on 17th of April


Reporter: Sinembargo Redaction
The State of Guerrero Attorney General informed of a special operation that has been implemented to find those responsible for the recent assassination of 6 State Police, in coordination with elements of Special Forces of the Secretary of Public Security and personnel of the Mexican Army assigned to the 27th Military Zone.

They continue patrolling around the location of the site of the ambush near the community of El Naranjo, Zihuatenejo, where they arrested 4 persons, two male, two female, pertinent to a criminal group.


In a video from the USA web site Breibart News, it shows soldiers of the Mexican Army and Police Forces searching for and piling arms that could have been utilized during the attack against the Municipal Police on this past 17th of April





During the capture they confiscated 4 vehicles reported as stolen, 3 rifles of large caliber considered to be for the exclusive use of the armed forces ( Otis: there appears to be 7 rifles in the video not three ), 100 doses of a herb with the characteristics of marijuana in transparent plastic bags, 100 doses of a drug known as crystal in transparent plastic bags, 3 portable radios, 2 bullet proof jackets with plates that correspond to those take from State Police who lost their lives in the ambush.

The women detained were named as Mirta Garcia N, 27 years of age, originally from Zihuatanejo; Maria Isabel N, 27 years of age, originally from the Erendira community, Buena Vista, Michoacan; Lucero N, 29 years of age, also originally from the Erendira community, Buena Vista, Michoacan; and Mariana M, 31 years of age, also from the Erendira community, Buena Vista, Michoacan.

The women were captured on the Mas Mesillas - El Naranjo road, when they were travelling aboard a Ford Lobo pickup, which the Police and Army elements intercepted.

When questioned, the women said that they came from the community of El Naranjo, and that they had gone to leave food for several men, who had participated in the ambush against the uniformed people last week.

When arriving at the designated place and after a chase, the Police and Army forces arrested Luis Eduardo "N", 17 years old, originally from Zihuatanejo, and Ernesto Margarito "N",
18 years old, also from the same locality.

Also reported by Sinembargo
Guerrero Authorities Located Truck used in Police Ambush

In two separate events, coordinated forces in the state of Guerrero detained six people and confiscated three trucks, one of which was used in the ambush of police officers last Tuesday.

The detainees were placed at the disposal of the authorities. Inside one of the vans were found personal documents of the executed agents, a vest of one of the policemen and the ballistic panel of another.



State police, in coordination with the Army, the Special Forces Unit (UFE) and the Ministerial Police, detained four women in two different incidents in Zihuatanejo , a minor and a man, and they found three vans, one of them used in the ambush on Tuesday and inside which there was equipment and documents of the assassinated agents.


In a file of the state Secretariat of Public Safety it is detailed that at 9 o'clock on Friday night in the section Las Mesillas-El Naranjo was stopped a Ford Lobo truck reported as stolen in which four women were traveling, which they searched after seeing that they carried radios and in the inspection they found un-fired cartridges, presumed drugs and a uniform military type

The report indicates that the detainees, between 27 and 31 years of age, stated that they had gone to leave food to men who were in the El Naranjo community, whom they identified as ambush participants to the police.


The UFE moved to this community and found several men in three vans, who upon seeing the agents fled and in a pursuit arrested a 17-year-old boy with an AK-47 rifle, a loaded and cartridges, and another 18 years with a .308-millimeter rifle, cartridges, weapon magazines.

The report indicates that the detainees were made available along with one of the three vans that the men left in the town, which is said to have participated in the ambush and inside which they found personal documents of the agents, a vest of one of the cops and the ballistic panel of another.

26 comments:

  1. But they can’t find the 43

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    1. They found out that they executed them burn their bodies and threw the ashes in a river

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    2. 9:44 "they" impeded the independent investigators and kicked them out of the country because they were tearing the murdering Mexican government a new asshole every day...

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    3. 9:44 Independent scientists and investigators found the BS from the government to be absolutely false, no matter how much the government parrots get tired of repeating the same bull crap, only the most dense of the dumbassed can hope it will sprout wings and fly like a PRIISTA pengüin...

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  2. I thought they detained the 4 responsible a few days ago?? Lol Peña Nieto is trying to clean up PRI's image given this topic was brought up on last nights presidential debate.

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  3. Looks a lot like fabricated false positives, as usual, how would the detainees remain in a hot zone when every government sicarios were looking for them?
    and no sentinels to ambush unwanted visitors?
    Ta cabrón, I don't believe the pinche gobierno.

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    1. They are just a gang of punks with guns and dead police evidence, not a cartel. They deserve to be shot on sight. Always the doubters on this site. What are you doing to help rid the scum beside cheerleading from the safety of your mommy's basement.

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    2. Care to share what you're doing from your mom's basement? Other than asking for hot pockets?

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  4. Calentaron el terreno, hora les va a caer la lumbre a todos. Hasta los roba gallinas van a pagar caro y la calentada que les van a poner van a aceptar que mataron a pancho villa.

    Como dice uno por aqui, pero hay andan de cachondos

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    1. 7:05 Espero que calienten las gallinas antes de desplumarlas.

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  5. Ladies were making tacos de carne asada, and delivering the food, and now become accomplice s, great job, suspects caught with evidence.

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    1. Maybe their in the catering business 🤣

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    2. The ladies are Victims or suspects. They we're delivering Tacos, and automatically, they get branded as criminals, they we're handcuffed, and photographed, with weapons on table.

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    3. If the evil narcos were guilty they would be dead for sure,
      We are getting fed a mountain of BS.
      The suspects were captured alive so they can testify to clear the case quick for the innocent and the impatient.
      No shit.

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  6. Cuando el gobierno quiere hacer su trabajo lo hace. Pinche gobierno de mierda.

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    1. 8:17 planting false positives is not their job, but that is all government do, they own crime and the criminals and they can pick their patsies in one minute.

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  7. They acted fast when they kill thier partners, but when innocent people get killed, they take thier time, I could hear even the dog got arrested.

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    1. 8:20 you sure got that 1 right!Almost too quick catching the culprits but policemens gear in the truck.BINGO.They will be lucky they don't get tortured or disappeared.A lot have for a lot less.Especially after doing what they did after the policemen were dead (using their injured skulls for soccer practice).

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  8. everyone trys to copy los zetas? ftw

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    1. Los Zetas made their bones in Guerrero, Oaxaca and Chiapas as GATES "fighting the Zapatistas", puro pinche pedo to unleash Mexico's new age of terror,
      ora la beben o la derraman por andar ahi nomás de calientes.

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  9. Its pathetic now how the soldiers have to treat this monsters as if they were innocent angels...We have to thank those lacras known as "Los Derechos Humanos"aka=Mexicos cancer for protecting criminals,in any other country they all would had been lined up and executed military style....but oh well asi esta la cosa en Mexico...

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    1. 12:16 0ral trials and the presumption of innocence until found guilty by a jury of your peers, is a new imposition from the US style of justice, that is in the name of the US trying to keep their snout clean while egging their Mexican narco-government puppets to keep up the pinche desmadre. That makes them their profits, fabricated guilty parties get special treatment to obtain confessions from them, partners in crime get killed on the spot to silence them and to steal their business...

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  10. That weed looks pretty schwag. Are those 100-peso bags?

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  11. Estos mugrosos que agarraron aqui son de la nueva familia Michoacana

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    1. 2:48 No pos que les toquen Los Aguacates pues'n.

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