Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Cartel del Golfo member interrogated and killed by Los Talibanes

Posted by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from a youtube video

WARNING STRONG BLOODY VIOLENCE AT THE END OF THIS INTERROGATION VIDEO



I work for COY who is unified with the Cartel del Golfo, with La Senora del Pacifico
The Senora de Pacifico?
Yes
How many commanders does she have?
4 commander bosses

Where?
In Tamaulipas
When did they arrive?
This week
Where? and where are they going to command?
San Pedro, Luis Moya, Ojocaliente and Cosio
What are they operating now? which commanders as they say now and the patrols?
Its commander La Muerte, commander Carlitos, El Borracho, El Borrachales, El commander Rino and Los Pellejos
Los Pellejos?
Yes
What more? The boss, the boss whats the hassel with this old woman asshole?
The boss she lives in Cosio, she governs all all the halcones
Commanded by who?
By Coy
What police are supporting you?
State and Municipal
The municipal Police, where are they supporting you?
In Luis Moya, Padrino support here
Whats the name of he who provides support?
They call him El Bronco
El Bronco is a normal policeman?
Normal police chief
Does he work behind the scenes passing you information?
Yes
The State Police, who supports you?
A commander they call El Gordo
Commander Gordo?
Yes
This guy, how many cloned patrols does he have?
Two
Where do they eat?
There at the side of Cosio in a house that they have
What do they want to do with Los Talibanes guy?
They want to take Zacatecas
Why do they want to take Zacatecas?
Because they are very bloodthirsty boss
They are very bloodthirsty?
What do you want to say to your fellow members?
All the snitches that keep snitching, Las Golfas, Ferrerias de
They have to take care
And that they dont say any more for the sake of it
This is going to happen to all the assholes of Carlos, all of the fucking Golfas, fucking Carlillos death follows, sons of bitches

75 comments:

  1. These guys are certainly not politically correct Feminists!

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  2. Did you translate this Otis, if so, thanks

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    1. Yep I did, my Mexican slang is not very good so im not claiming the translation is that accurate but close enough.

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  3. El líder supremo, Havelka, tiene estos aficionados que temen una visita a domicilio.

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    1. Me puedes decir más de Havelka porfavor?

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  4. Esto es en el estado de Zacatecas,
    Disfrutando Nuevo gobernador.
    This is on the Zacatecas State, enjoying new governor.
    The talibans were the zetas that seceded with Ivan "El tal iván" Velasquez Caballero for lack of performance in the PAY DEPARTMENT, because Las Treviñas needed to feed their Ranchos and race horses...
    El Talisman was arrested in San Luis Potosi where he felt safer after the zeta took a bobcat to his house he had stolen in Fresnillo by just ordering the owners to get thefackoutofthere, by the way the murdering has gone on unabated all over the state, but it does not get reported, weeks ago the brother of the new city mayor Torres got murdered "for a parking spot, and nothing else"

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    1. El Taliban betrayed the zetas he would ask for reinforcements in slp and kill the reinforcements and would blame it on the enemy until the rest of the cartel found out and he turned himself in ... stop spreading your bullshit ... he also had one of the bosses from laredo killed in Cancun and that's why his nephews and other people in his family were killed now he's in witness protection because not even the golfitas wanted him and the people that were loyal to him went with the treviños

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    2. At one point was there ever an alliance between los talibanes and cdg?

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    3. 9:21 El Talibán Z50 was a Golfa made into a zeta like la zeta chorrienta, one merit based promotion of many for non military zetas. Commentt above says "El talisman" it means to say "El Talibán", after the zeta split the talibanes apparently reconciled with the golfas with whom they had been working all along, BUT some article says San Luis was sold to CDS FOR 10 MILLION DOLIARS BY MEXICAN NEW POLICY FEDERAL BOSS MANELICH CASTIA CRAVIOTTO replacing San Luis former SSP boss Enrique Francisco galindo ceballos "La Quica" the Butcher of Tanhuato.
      SAN LUIS POTOSI is a manure factory in spite of there being no cows there, and the state's police corporations are the reason along with jumping cartel grasshoppers.
      Por eso acaban todos en el bote, por andar ahi de calientes.

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    4. Any word on f1 ?
      I met that dude on a family visit to un rancho en Zacatecas

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    5. Now you can meet him in prison

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    6. f1 was killed like 100 times, and he didn't bleed even once.

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    7. F1 got caught a while back

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    8. from what it seems, F1 and Taliban both hit the spot light, both where in zacatecas both turned against their cartel at one point yet never heard about them fighting. so did they fought eachother? full blown out cdg/zeta war or did they had an alliance? or enemies with a truce? agreement on areas of operation? or just two different eras?

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  5. Was he shot at the end?

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    1. What happened to the video?
      -💯

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    2. Youtube took it down but I found another source

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    3. Good for you Otis, we need people to see what they get for not keeping straight their horny arses even if they are Japanese.
      Thanks.

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  6. Wow this interview is out in the open, raw, for those of you, that think the municipal and state Police are clean. Your in for a big surprise, they are currupted and work with the local cartel. Can't trust no one, you secretly have to kill cartel members, with trusted partners in Autodefensas.

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    1. @7:01AM
      Thanks for pointing out the corruption. Until your comment, most of us thought Mexico's LE was legitimate.

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    2. Think about what kind of Psychopath you'd have to be to be able to saw someones head off like that.

      Phelpso

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    3. Yes it's true police, who are supposed to protect and serve are out committing crime with the Cartels. Ask anyone in here, that is still alive in Mexico.

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    4. Polesias in mexico, is the front line of politicians and their associated cartels, some used to call them polizetas for obvious 'risons', of course, not all of them, pero casi.

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    5. 9:44 don't worry phalso, practice makes mastery,
      It should be one easy stroke with a machete or una de árabe.
      They may need legalizing but there are the little knives for now.

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  7. Los Talibanes are Z right?

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    1. 8:41 WERE GOLFAS, then zetas, and golfas, then talibanes again, many of them, in aguascalientes too, but they don't have leaders other than those mentioned by the victim, takeovers are not that easy, now nobody knows whaa's happenin' but El taliban is on the US, extradited, singing his ass off for his freedom, but talibanes don't easily get off prison on the US maybe if he shaves and finds someone to esplain a lot of things like it only means "that Ivan" "El tal Iván", almost just a "Tal por cual" a hood rat, a nobody, he is lucky he is not in Guanatánamo getting rectal feedings until he confesses.

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    2. Talibanes report up the chain to Senor Havelka.

      Cholo7

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    3. @Cholo7 there is no way Halveka (CDG Matamoros) are allied with Talibanes. Btw what else can you tell us about this Halveka man?

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  8. The CdG has been trying to wipe the Talibanes off from map for a couple of years now. They actually got to the top Taliban in Zacatecas , after telling him in other videos and mantas that they were going to get him. And they did get to Comandante Ruso. that was unbelivable to see how he went out. A sad way to die.

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    1. He die like a brave taliban. On knees without his head.

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  9. https://www.nytimes.com/2018/06/05/world/americas/mexico-43-missing-students-investigation.html

    The court also criticized the government for failing to follow leads that did not accord with its version of events, including the potential complicity of federal forces in the disappearances.

    “There is no sign that they even explored the lines of investigation that signaled participation of personnel from the Mexican Army or the Federal Police,” the decision said. “And on top of that it also appears that they have not investigated the torture, which implies that the personnel to which those acts are attributed have not been investigated, among them, members of the Mexican Navy.”

    None of the previous investigations or protests have been able to summon government action. In this respect, the court’s action on Monday could be different.

    For some, it is the first glimmer of hope since the international experts left.

    “This is a historic decision that brings hope to the victims that they can trust again in the Mexican judicial system,” said Francisco Cox, a Chilean lawyer and a member of the international group of experts hired to help investigate the case in Mexico. “It is very satisfying to see a court of law validate our conclusions and agree that other lines of investigations should have been followed.”

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    1. @9:11 Thank again Tu Fren. I have started putting it up in draft and hopefully have it up tomorrow.

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    2. 9:11 the marinas had to torture the criminal municipales,
      Si no como chingados van a investigar?
      I mean how are the marinas going to investigate without torturing the criminals?
      All they had to do was SIGN THEIR CONFESSIONS chingadamadre.

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  10. So cds and cdg are allies ?

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    1. Well, if the enemy of my enemy is my friend,
      I still don't have to marry him, or her...
      I hope we get to see fotos of "La Señora Del Pacifico", soon,

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    2. it depends on who you ask.
      they where once enemies and then became allies to fight the zetas when the zetas became independent but this was when cartels where highly organized.

      today most cartels are made mainly a cluster of smaller groups each with their own leader and own rules
      so some cds might consider them as allies because both fight zetas
      some consider them only bussiness partners because whatever agreement they have when trafficking on eachothers territories
      some can say theyre enemies both fighting for plazas (now days street corners)

      and
      some just dont care theyre like whatever with them because they dont even see each other no interaction no nothing a narco the never been out of sinaloa and a narco that never been out of tamaulipas wont have nothing against eachother nor be best friemds theyre justbtwo strangers each with their own

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  11. So el Taliban was cog. Then when zetas split from CFC, he went with los Zetas. Then when Lazcano died and el 40 took over he went rogue. Then he sided up with cdg again. And finally when los zetas split into cdn and old school, his group and faction of cdg turned into zetas old school(vieja escuela)??
    Did I get that right??

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    1. Someone answer this lol

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    2. Some Influential arrepentidos get taken back by the partners they betrayed, and soon they get executed.
      The division caused by El Taliban weakened the zetas and soon everyone was pissing on their legs, even if La zeta chorrienta gets released there will be no forgiveness.

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    3. He betrayed the zetas before lazcano died

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    4. Who is La zeta chorrienta?

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    5. Auto spell: CFC and cog was supposed to be CDG

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    6. All you have to know is that they work with Zetas now.

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    7. @6:11 Sound like that responder did some studying and knows more than you.

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    8. 6:11 all you have to know is that the zetas left behind after the treviñas got cogidos split into Old School and CDN, the talibanes took of the mask and declared theirselves GOLFAS, and that they were golfas all along.
      By the time much respected Comandante Lazca got his nalgas disrespected by the marinas, El Talisman was getting ready to quit because z40 (la zeta chorrienta) was not paying the maruchaneros in Zacatecas and under El taliban.
      --not even the army generals treat their soldiers like that

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    9. When Los Talibanes first split, they called themselves Sangre Zetas.

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    10. There is a time when you give up on backstabbing traitors,
      The talibanes were in tight with zetas until they accepted that z 40 was never going to pay them what he owed, then they gave up and went on their own.
      Z40 betrayed them when he decided not to pay one too many times.

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  12. I thought CDG had most of Zacatecas, things must have changed since F1 capture

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    1. 1:02 zacatecas was all zetas since Ricky Monrial was president municipal de fresnillo zacatecas, and while he was governor of the state, the talibanes rebelled right before El Lazca's imaginary death that left zeta chorrienta as "jefe supremo", but Zacatecas was "CDS" until the fall of CDG after they murdered Kiki Camarena, in Mexico all the roads go through zacatecas, not many other atractions.

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    2. In the 90s Zacatecas was Carrillo/Juarez. I’d say spilt with Cds.

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    3. 7:41 elections have consequences, assassinations too,
      The murders of Cardinal Posadas Ocampo and Amado Carillo Fuentes, coupled with Carlos Salinas de Gortari's failed attempt to re-elect his ass to the presidency got his brother Raul in prison, persecution, hunger strikes, and brother Enrique murdered by the SSP Genarco Garcia Luna and Luis Cardenas Palomino, (phone calls tracked to their police offices) but Enrique Salinas de Gortari (Fredo) may have been singing to the police of Ernesto Zedillo then new president and was killed orders of Carlos and raul por chiva.

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    4. 7:49 idk if I can agree but my uncle was a hardcore zeta at that time in zacatecas he said there will always be zetas in zacatecas.

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  13. Video has been removed

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    1. Gracias Otis,
      4:41 andaba enojado porque lo dejaron caliente.

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  14. You only hear of the talibanes in the south east part of zacatecas it seems like they are starting to make a push into fresnillo area now. Back in 2011 the golfos said they dont extort and kidnapp but they really turned the state into a crap hole of lacras robbing innocent people under their name. Its better if they all just leave and let the independent local narcos run the show when zacatecas was peaceful.

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    1. 6:07 those "golfos" were the zetas themselves,
      lorded by El Taliban z50, and of course, extorters, and murderers used to just come and take over whatever they want.

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  15. Show us the video if it's true. Until then this is all make believe

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    1. your messed in the head why do u need proof of dude getting killed.

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    2. Otis your great for getting stories that are true, but you have skeptics, that don't believe what you got.I am happy, you do not censor and tell it like it is.

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  16. He will be greatly remembered in a corrido

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  17. Would any of you compas know who currently controls Monte Escobedo?
    Gracias,

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  18. Please post my comment on the progression of el Taliban. It was a question. I want to hear from other readers

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    1. The progression is negative, atalibanes are not growing .

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  19. ay vamos por usted Talibanes...

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  20. I don’t want to see the video.. how does he get killed?

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    1. 10:43 - He gets his head sawed off.

      Phelpso

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  21. Is this mothafucka wearing gloves??? Lol

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  22. Do those of you who do/push drugs feel any guilt because of this video? - Sol Prendido

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    1. I doubt they do, if they do, they don’t have much choice anymore unless they wanna end up like that guy in the video. So it’s basically a “oh well I’m already in this I’ll just be smarter and won’t get caught by the contras”. I don’t use/push drugs by the way.
      I do know people who did though. It was for them like a regular job that paid for their families groceries, kids clothes, babysitters, school supplies ect..

      ~La Güera~

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    2. This guy was killed for being in another cartel,
      And none of us told him where to belong or spy, they know the risks and have done their own jobs.

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