Monday, April 23, 2018

Reports of 5 CdG sicarios killed in Reynosa

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from a Reforma article with additional information from Valorportamaulipas

Subject Matter: Reynosa, CdG
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required


Reporter: Reforma Redaction
A confrontation between armed men and elements of the State Police has left no less than 5 dead in the common land of Los Cavazos, after a chase that started in the Rancho Grande colonia.

According to the primary reports, the shoot out occurred after State Police intercepted an apparently armored pickup in common land close to Los Cavazos. The confrontation left five criminals dead, others in diverse vehicles fled the area and a search operation to locate them was launched in the city.

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As part of the operation, elements of the Federal Police blocked the highway at the top of Los Cavazos to search suspect vehicles that were amongst normal traffic on this route. The authorities have not released information about the events.





The Rancho Grande Colonia highlighted in red where the chase started

43 comments:

  1. It is sad to think what these narcos put their familirs through..all for what? The illusion is heartbreaking but the reality is far worse.. pobre familiares!

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    1. You are so correct.
      Sad to think that one could value life so little.
      A false interpretation for glory with no true riches for these individuals.

      E42

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    2. Fuck that vámonos recieo. Y’all quick to judge. Not realizing that there is multiple gangs and multiple law enforcement. If any of the groups get too much power with out any pushback. They and their families get victimized. Some of these guys are seen as hero’s that didn’t let the other groups wreck havoc in their communities. It’s not all about drugs and money. When outside groups or federal police that arnt from the area don’t care who they rob. Who they kill. They do what they want with the people. Y’all don’t know shit.

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    3. And they popped a nice big whole in that dudes dome.

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    4. They look like guatenaltecos/centroamericanos.

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    5. ......but u have the stolen moniker of a zeta?

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    6. Just think what motivates these people to go that way. What are the alternatives,is there other options? From the outside is easy to see them but when you are in it up to your neck is not easy to distinguish or to see the light at the end of the tunnel. The situation is grim in Mexico

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    7. I don't think half the BB readers could survive the poverty in Mexico. There's a lot of tough talk, but options are limited. Sometimes a crash course in OC is better than what life has to offer them in Mexico. No one wants to come work in the US, Mexicans don't wanna leave their families behind. Coming to the US is just another survival strategy. Either join a cartel or risk crossing the border, what would you choose?

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    8. Certain death... or a new life... dang... that is a tough one to decide.....

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    9. I am sure the cartels do a good job of making the 'job' of a narco look glamorous with the promise of all the money, women and drugs you would ever want. The reality is this news article lol.

      I find it interesting how crap narco's always are when they come up against actual trained soldiers, same format almost every time.. the soldiers kill them 10 to 1 or something. lol.

      Sicarios are only tough in numbers armed against single un armed people.

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  2. What ever happened to the original codigo rojo fb page?

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    1. I think cogido rojo is still there.

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  3. Great job, get more bad hombres, when 5 are taken out, another 5 take over thier spot.

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    1. The Bad Hombres were shooting at the State Police from inside their brand new looking troque with their windas glasses all rolled up, I am sure the car dealer told them they could ambush and shoot at the police through the bullet proof glass without getting shot dead with returned fire,
      --also the missing cartel name was erased by the bullets"
      --Diagnosis: Murder by "State Police" and a whitewash with
      hogwash by Reforma, must be a fat chayotero newspaper.
      --Chayote: money the government pays "responsible reporters"
      --Chayoteros: take government money to "report friendly"

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  4. Easily replacable cannon fodder for less than 200 bucks american a week. Higher wages might help some. The maquillas pay what about 80-150 american at best? A friend left the world just like these fools bit the manosa did pay his wife and kids 1 week severance pay. A. Zapata

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    1. A weeks wage? I wonder if he'd have joined the life if he'd have reaised thats their version of -'if anything happens we'll take care of your family'. Im sorry about your friend.

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  5. fine job state police keep it up Kill all those Dummies lol
    they have no Brains ...Jefe

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    1. 8:12 They have no brains after they were extrajudiciarily executed, I see you are one more fan of El Loco Duterte's, but even he is persecuting his finely uniformed officers for the crime of extrajudicial executions of innocents and students.

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  6. So those guys belong to Grupo Operativo? haha

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    1. At least they had an armored truck.

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  7. Which cartel are the police working for ? Most of the times the killing by the Mexican police are at the behest of rival cartels or getting rid of unwanted members from your own cartel. Mexican police are all corrupt hired guns.

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    1. The State Police are the narco-governor's exclusive death squads while Mando Unico are the Piso and Plaza taxing agents from the federal level, SSP FEDERAL, the presidency, Secretary of Defense or Secretary of the Navy...

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  8. Crime does not pay, early death to the grave.

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  9. No les sirvio la blindada para nada.

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  10. Este pinche chilangos no son de tamaulipas. Veracruz?

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  11. CDGs going down big time.

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  12. Rumor has it that these group belong to metro 56 Comandante “ Miguelito”.

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    1. @3:08

      So whos in charge of Reynosa plaza ?

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  13. These Golfos need to make an agreement with the local law like the other cartels do because they keep going at it and they be the ones getting smoked

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    1. The older golfos have agreements with the law, but you always have those fuck ups that wanna run the streets causing commotion. Trying to instill fear in civilians.

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    2. I think the cartels just screwed up hiring street gangs to do their dirt. Giving them money, guns and the idea that they could once run a cartel...these crash dummies are a dime a dozen. Since I was a kid in the 90's visiting my grandma in Reynosa, all the violence was just gang related.

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  14. They look like terroristas.......

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  15. Pinches commandantes balen pa pura verga
    Don’t they know violence is not good for business
    Government and narcos need a treaty already

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  16. I still say Comandante Panilo even know the reports say he “ was killed “ or fake his death. He is still Running the operations for Reynosa.

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    1. El compa panilo anda vivo.

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    2. Well if hes alive then hes as much of a piece of shit as el m 28 was because reynosa is still fucked up.

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  17. Unless of course the natural beauty of Crete has a great history.

    Its inhabitants have a reputstion for being brave and expelled all the foreign invaders.
    There is a slogan: "No it was not an island, was a beast who slept on the sea"!

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  18. More cartel gangsters bite the dust.

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    1. You don't even know their names,
      but you are oh so quick to accept they were "cartel members" in a bullet proof vehicle...
      It is a shame to be hanging with the likes of you.

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    2. @ AnonymousApril 25, 2018 at 2:07 PM

      I doubt they were shot for the sheer fun of it unless you are one of these "its tha guvernmeeeennt behind everything evil!" drones.

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    3. 207 hate to tell you, they we're local Cartel members, according to Josefina. Mario was the shubby one. Why have sympathy are you related to the early departed.?

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    4. I doubt the corrupt narco-government version of everything.
      Be the state PAN controlled one or the federal one, all are swimming in the Mexican Cesspool of FALSOS POSITIVOS, baptized by specialist Alvaro Uribe Velez who made himself a billionaire form his murdering and drug trafficking in Colombia but exposed since the early 70s, all through the 80s and until today in select blogs and journals.
      --ALL This shit happening in Mexico its origins and the cover-up is NOTHING NEW.

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