Tuesday, May 15, 2018

"El Gafe" or "La Borrega" of CDN executed in Nuevo Leon

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from a ValorporTamaulipas article and Zocalo

Subject Matter: Raul Gomez Moreno, La Borrega, El Gafe
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required


Raul Gomez Moreno alias "La Borrega" or "Commander Gafe", was executed in Nuevo Leon, he was the operational jefe of CDN in Ciudad Victoria and Apodaca, and received direct orders from El Z-40 and Z-42 from Almoloya.

He appeared wrapped in a canvas in a square in the San Miguel de Apodaca colonia. He had signs of torture and at least six bullets in his hands, feet and neck

Zocalo reports: 
The report that there was a package covered with grey canvas in the middle of Hidalgo Street in the San Miguel Colonia yesterday mobilized Police from Apodaca. Upon arrival they found the body of Raul Gamez Moreno, alias "La Borrega" and designated as second in command of the CDN. The former ministerial police officer, 44 years old from Tamaulipas, was identified by his fingerprints.

He was executed with 8 bullets and had blows to the face, so it is presumed that he was subjected to torture, after being kidnapped, according to police investigators.




The deceased, said one informant, was dark, about 1.80 meters of approximate height, and wore blue shirt, blue shorts with black stripe, blue tennis shoes and white socks with black.

The body was thrown to the side of the main square of the colony.

Police sources said that "La Borrega" was a group leader of the Tamaulipas Ministerial Police and was highlighted in Reynosa, before being dismissed.

In July 2009, they said, he was captured by the Army in Matamoros,  he was in possession of  a package with powder cocaine and $ 8,000 in cash, for which he was held in Ciudad Victoria.

There, in narcomantas, last year he was pointed out by another group of organized crime as one of the main responsible for the violence in the area and threatened with death.

On Tuesday night, one of his subordinates in the CDN, Iván Eduardo Hernández Rodríguez, "El Güero Texas", allegedly in charge of the Ciudad Victoria plaza, was captured with an accomplice by Escobedo police in the Northwest Libramiento.

Iván Eduardo Hernández Rodriguez alias Iván Padilla alias el wero texas


50 comments:

  1. Senior Havelka is cleaning house fast
    jajaja

    Cholo 7

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    1. In the previous cdg thread this name was brought up? Quien es este hombre?

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    2. Doctor Havelka was the personal medical for all of Cárdenas and trusted amigo of Osiel and his family. He also looked after Lazcano and was some sort of military doctor and skipped out like everyone else to join CDG.

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    3. I'd love to know if Doctor Manuel Mondragón y Kalb alias "El karateka" and an admiral in the mexican Navy, a specialist in "sudden actions" by surprise for the Mexican government knows Dr Havelka...

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    4. Cholo si sabe....So let me hold something.

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    5. This Havelka name is making noise on the streets in Brownsville. Who is this guy? People say he is part of the old school when CDG and Zetas on the same side.

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  2. Typical trash from Tamaulipas ...
    puro T.D.O. Compas !

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  3. Otro torcido que cae
    después de ser cogido,
    Y todo por andar ahi de caliente.
    At least he was not dismembered or turned into pozole or menudo, or carniasada

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  4. No pos wow, tamaulipas doesn't mess around. Arriba el norte, y si no chicken el mapa. Puro matamoros y gomez palacio DGO i señor.

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  5. Excellent work, but the ones that are caught alive, will post mordida money, and out to kill again. Luna Apagtha

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  6. Why hasn't El Z Chorrenta and El Z Chorrenta dos been extradited?

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    1. 7:28 they are testigos prostituidos,
      No room on The US.

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    2. 7:28 las trevis have been special CIA agents and witness protection deal.

      He's been working for the USA government since the time when he was arrested in Dallas.
      Mencho can only wish to have the protection of los LICENZIADOZ they don't need an army of tweakers and making noise to stay at the top. They are past that.

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  7. How did he got caught sleeping where was his body guards unless this was a inside hit

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    1. I guess even body guards can be bought or someone wanted to get a promotion like el 40 did to Laska

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  8. Nice job by the Marina. They beat shit out of werro texas to get his boss. They caught him, doing some nice torture session and killed him. But wjy not using a chainsaw.

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  9. It never ends!
    Same cycle different day with different people.
    This is the educational tool that should be implemented in all schools and tv adds to deter young ones from engaging.
    Many commentators here truly believe that through educational means that this cycle can be reverted.

    Just a thought.
    E43

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    1. Agreed E,

      History has shown that basic human instinct/ego has been to fight fire with fire. I can see how people fall into that rabbit hole, but humanity is growing/evolving. The amount of information/knowledge we have at our fingertips is unparalleled to anytime in the history of our species. We need to use that to educate ourselves and solve the social economic issues of the world.

      The sad thing is, 1st world countries benefit off 3rd world countries and the elite exploit it.

      Phelpso

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    2. when you grow up poor as most of these cartel guys do in Mexico, most likely you are surrounded all your young life by uneducated folks . With that are a mix of ignorant, bullies,violence( a fist fight to solve small issues), violence from home( abusive parents). You grow up in poverty ( in desperate need of basic shit like toothpaste and good sneakers). Once you become a teenager you most likely go for drugs and well sadly now days these hyper violent " cartels". Decent jobs dont pay much in Mexico. Some halcones make about as much as a municipal police officer. So when life is about survival ... and money makes the world go round and round ... these teenagers will kill for a few pesos.

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    3. @10:27 Obvious Guy, you seem to know a lot about what makes a killer in Mexico, so I am curious. Have you ever been to Mexico? Have you ever lived in Mexico? Have you ever known anyone who lives or has lived in poverty in Mexico? Have you ever known a teenager who grew up in poverty and therefore turned to drugs and joined a cartel?

      I am just curious because of you knowledge of the details of someones life growing up in poverty.

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    4. DD shut the fuck up all you do is criticize post when you post some of the dumbest comments opinions and remarks. Why BB puts up with your insults to BB readers is beyond me. I dont like to post because of people like you. BB would be a better world without you. Not long ago you posted they should line up 50sicarios and hang them in a plaza you must be ignorant to the fact that in that line up of 50 sicarios half would be innocent do you not know Mexico has a deep problem convicting innocents if you dont think the USA has a problem with this also then tell us why so many innocents programs thats in the USA now how many lawyers in Mexico fight for the falsely convicted at no cost? And its not only that you constantly argue with BB followers its become your trade mark to argue and insult the people who love BORDERLAND BEAT and the rest of the team. BB sorry for my language but enough of this bs from DD.

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    5. There is poverty then there poor in Mexico I've lived in Mexico have many friends who are dead disappeared or still active why because many were extremely poor some had never ate at a restaurant others dont have running water electricity a home some live in shacks literally without doors just a old blanket hanging pretending to be a door i did what i could while living there for some but i will tell you this out of all my classmates del colegio all are still alive but two one became an halcon and was murdered the same year another is in prison in Piedras Negras with a 30 year sentence. Now my poor friends many joined the cartel del barrio but out of my wealthy friends only two.

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    6. Dd i will give you short answers ok... 1. i have been to my parents home town and Tijuana plenty of time. 2. Never lived in Mexico. 3. You can say my entire family left Mexico because of dirt poor situation, as did many families of the rancho. 3. i personally have family that grew up in da rancho and were killed due to cartel violence.. and yes i knew dudes that lived at the rancho who were involved.. and this a small community of less than 200 current. Zacatecas so anybody from that state YOU know how bad it is. even in the small ranchos. 4. just facts DD, i 1000% gaurantee that almost anybody that has joined cartel/DTO/armed gangs comes from poverty. Just as here in USA early 90s i grew up poor,lived in a barrio, was surrounded by gangs/cholos.. belive me i grew up with this. Violence was necessary to survive. Its a cycle but things have changed for better. if you were strong minded and didnt join then kuddos to you.. but as a poor chicano, you had to swim with the current. Parents had no real interest because of ignorance..

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    7. @dd you are the least pleasant person on this beautiful knowledge share of information. Try turning that frown upside down amigo! There is no need to always pick fights and post ant-American stories. I normally don’t post, but every time I read your comment I wonder why this person is always trolling others.

      Respectfully,
      Concerned Reader

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    8. @4:38 Thanks for your concern about our "beautiful share of information" site. I mean that sincerely.

      Chivis has or used to have a closing on every comment she writes that in effect says "the more people that don't like me, the fewer I have to please." That is just from memory and is probably not the exact wording, but that is the meaning of her sign off.

      I do what I do as administrator out of a concern for and a dedication to BB. I would like BB to be the type of information sharing site that your could sit around the dinner table and discuss what you read with the family, I don't want to be embarrassed by what they read here if I invite family and friends to visit our site.

      I don't pick fights. At times I say something to try to draw out a discussion or debate, but that is not intended to pick a fight. You'll have to give me what you consider a anti-American story that I posted that you thought was unfair. I will be happy to discuss any of these issues with you. Thanks again for being a concerned reader.

      Buggs has said he would rather have 10 good comments that bring out a civil discussion or debate than 100 thar are trash that add nothing.

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    9. @3:33PM Thanks Obvious Guy for the answers. The reason I asked them is that so many of the comments posted are by people that have never set foot in Mexico and think they know all the facts and answers, when they actually know very little.

      I agree with you that poverty is the cause of many young people going down the path of drugs and cartels. And I agree that most cartel members came from a poverty background.

      The only problem I had with your original post is that it sounded like a narrative of what happens to any teenager that grows up in poverty. You painted that picture with a broad brush. I have lived here in Mexico for more than 20 years, in s small city that is in the heart of a state that is still mainly controlled by the Zetas. I have a step-son that I have raised since he was 2. We have lived as poor people, not in poverty, but certainly not rich or middle class. He had friends that were from moneyed families and friends that lived in poverty all his life. My son will finish a University this year. Though he didn't grow up in poverty I talked to him over the years about his friends and drugs and cartels. The only one he knew that had any affiliation with the cartels was a girl who was the daughter of a high ranking leader in the Zetas. I discouraged him from dating her.

      My point is don't paint everything with a broad brush. All teenagers growing up in poverty do not become cartel members. many are good kids that grow up to be good people.

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    10. @2:41 I can't tell if you thought my story was dumb because you are opposed to the death penalty or the idea of public hanging. I couldn't tell from all your griping about me.

      I am well aware of the corrupt judicial system in Mexico and that many innocents are found guilty. But if you read the story and let what I said sink in, you would have seen that I talked about the election on July 1 could be a pivotal turning point in Mexico. If the people will elect a person of character and integrity and vision thing could change rapidly. Like setting up a special court to just try cartel related homicides. A carefully vetted judge and prosecutor, an open adversarial trial that is open to the public and the press. If found guilty a special appeals court (with carefully vetted judges). And just like in the US there will be a few innocents executed, but just like in the US that should not stop the death penalty. After more than 200,000 cartel/gang related murders, some new drastic action is necessary. If you disagree with my idea, give me your ideas for stopping or reducing the violence in Mexico that would not take 2 or 3 decades to accomplish it. I would love the discuss it.

      If I have insulted a reader it is usually because stupid comments make me mad.

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    11. Welcome y'all to the DD 50 shades of BS
      I commend you for your patience DD, but I am happy it is you and not Chivis suffering the fools gladly.
      Beleeme, it makes for a great show, thanks for posting the rabid and the diseased, and leave them up, please.

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  10. Anda agarrado a tanto gafe de los cdn q no mamen

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  11. State government got his location through wero, CDG took him out

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  12. Payback for Durango

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    1. What did "GAFE" did on Durango?

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    2. They (cdn) killed some big time narco from gomez palacio area in a dennys they reported it on this site. Come on you dummys get with the program

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  13. desperate and scared, the life of a narco.

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  14. Any word if cdg or certain factions are allied with old school zetas, maybe could have been by either groups?

    Also I’m wondering how is 40 & 42 living in prison?

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  15. The Vieja Escuela manta in Ciudad Victoria named Cucho (Juan Dominguez Garcia/Jose Vasquez Canto) as the real identity of Comandante Gafe. Maybe this is a case of the name el Gafe being used by several CDN comandantes in order to direct the heat to a fictitious persona.

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    1. Supposedly "Cucho" was the first one to use the GAFE code then Borrega was recently was using that code what I know is that Cucho was a ex GAFE meanwhile Borrega was a ex Ministerial from Ciudad Víctoria. After Cucho got arrested in Monterrey Borrega used the GAFE code to put on the messages for the CDN.

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  16. What a bad way to go!

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  17. good kill....he ‘was’ a fucking dirtball scumbag who had no right to live

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    1. 1:48 why was he a "fucking dirtball scum bag"?
      Did sumbady tell you?
      Many times they don't even know who the dead guy is.

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    2. @ 2:33 I agree he was a scumbag. The POS is a mass murderer with over a dozen kills he did personally. So he is a fucking dirtball scumbag!!

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    3. Borregas always get cogidas in the middle of all the troubled fields, there should be a law to leave the Borregas alone and keep them safe from Borderland Beat readers.

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  18. There are several stories that this guy is la borrega and also el gafe. I thought they were different dudes. Also there are some who are claiming that el huevo trevino turned on this guy and killed him. So hes own people killed him. Not cdg or zetas. The guy talking shit about cdn being the shit. Look they kill themselves.

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  19. Rest in hell bitch!

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  20. The life of a narco leader always watching your back. If they don't get you while you're eating or sleeping they will get you when your taking a crap and if they can't get you then they'll go after your family. Small world. Not many places to hide.

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  21. Another narco killer has gone to hell.

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  22. now the barbas is on charge of nuevo leon plaza

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  23. is this the guy responsible for all the entire families killed in vicky?

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