Friday, June 22, 2018

CJNG increasing the violence in BC

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

Subject Matter: Baja California, CJNG, Sinaloa Cartel, Cartel Arellano Felix
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required

The struggle between the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion allied with the remnants of the Cartel Arellano Felix to wrest criminal control away from the Sinaloa Cartel in Tijuana, has incremented the homicide statistics in Baja California, raising the levels to 8 killings per day and more than 200 per month. Aided by impunity, La Mana accuses the PEP of kidnapping, while the CJNG accuse the Municipal Police of torture, don't fuck with me and I wont fuck with you threatens a sicario.


Reporter: Zeta Investigations
The months of April and March raised the bar to 200 assassinations monthly in Tijuana, the 24 hours between the 12th and 13th of June accumulated 16 victims of violent homicides, the biggest number of executions committed in a day in Baja California so far this year.

Until 8 in the morning on Thursday the 14th of June, the statistics of Baja California in matters of homicide closed with 1343 executions, of which 1077 have been committed in Tijuana, 118 in Ensenada, 75 in Mexicali, 37 in Rosarito and 36 in Tecate.

The Attorney Generals Office of Tijuana, notes the results as following: 212 homicides in Tijuana in April, with 12 persons reported detained for this type of crime, with 15 processed and 17 arrest warrants granted.




In March, with 211 executions, the prosecution managed to consolidate eight captures in flagrante delicto, prosecute 12 alleged murderers and obtain 16 arrest warrants. And with 108 violent deaths in the first 14 days of June, the Common Public Prosecutor's Office counts nine arrests in flagrante delicto, the prosecution of five hit men and eight arrest warrants requested and granted.

On the morning of Monday, June 11, two decapitated male bodies were found in a ravine adjacent to a neighborhood road on the street El Valle colony; June 10, the two heads of the victims had been abandoned inside ice chests against Peluquería and Estheticians Miriam's, in Sánchez Taboada.

The criminals had circulated images of the same bloodied heads in social networks, but inside what looks like a repair shop, where parts of sound equipment are seen, the dead were accompanied by a cartulina with threats from the allies of the Jalisco Cartel Nueva Generación (CJNG) in Tijuana, against former members of its criminal cell.

Edgar Alejandro Herrera Pardo, "El Cabo 8", "El Caimán", Los Cabos Cartel, Cartel Jalisco  Nueva Generación
Also on the 11th and 12th, a person received a phone call and it circulated  among the local Police, allegedly made by Edgar Alejandro Herrera Pardo, alias Sergio Alberto Morelos Mejia "El Zame" and / or "El Caimán", of the CJNG in the state and, according to the organization chart held by the State Security Council, fulfills the orders of the leaders Héctor Manuel Morales Guzmán "El Gallero", Jesús Rafael Yocupicio "El Cabezón" , Jesús Alfonso Trapero Ibarra "Torrentegui Ramos"; , Alejandro Estrad a Bañuelos "El Lic del Diablo" and a subject whom they only identify as " El Padrino "

In both messages the hit man threatened the life of municipal police and elements of the Special Operations Group (GOE). The same thing was done by a group that calls itself "La Maña" on the night of June 9th, but against agents of the State Preventive Police (PEP) who were accused of kidnapping in Rosarito, through a narco manta left behind on a bridge in the Playas de Tijuana delegation.


They kill Ivan Castillo and a stranger in "picadero" in Otay.

ALLIES OF JALISCO GO FOR OTAY AND CENTENARIO

This week, the highest profile homicide was committed in the Otay delegation, while the Coordination Group coordinated efforts and concentrated agents in the area detected as having the most homicidal violence: La Presa and Presa Rural.

"We do not know if they orchestrated it so, if they knew where we were, or it was incidental," commented a police chief.

On Saturday, June 9th, the first shooting in Otay was reported at 08:53 am. The first information was that there were three people injured by firearms in a "picadero " located at the intersection of Macedonio Alcalá and Juventino Rosas streets in Colonia Nueva Tijuana, in Module 3. Since the 1980s, the modules have been considered by the authorities an area of ​​total criminal control, first administered by the Arellano Félix Cartel (CAF) and recently by the Sinaloa Mafia

There, Óscar Flores Quevedo, without antecedents, was injured and an unidentified man died and Erika Ivón Castillo Hernández, who had a history of robbery with violence since 2009. The authorities allegedly identified "El Pallín" as the person in charge of the crime, distributor of drug for retail sale in the area.

The weapons used in this double murder were used in the attempted murder against Ramón Beltrán Meza on June 4, 2018, in the Sánchez Taboada delegation.

And in four homicidal operations in Otay: the death of Javier de la Cruz on March 15; the execution of Moisés Orizaba on March 22; that of Armando Caballero and an injured man on April 14; the deaths of Alberto García and Lisandro Jiménez, on April 28; and the murders of Alberto Castañeda and David Martínez on May 18.

Minutes after the attack in El Picadero, the same Saturday, June 9th, at 9:31 am, the C4 issued the second report that in the Bellas Artes Boulevard of the Nueva Tijuana neighborhood, outside the First Cash pawnshop , three people were in a car when they were attacked with bullets. The wounded were said to be Adrián Torres Adriano, without antecedents; Juan Mondragón Guerra, also without criminal records; and Darinka Itzel Garza Arce, arrested and detained for drug possession in 2005, for robbery in her home in 2004 and possession of a knife in 2003.

This woman had tried to carry out a pawn process, however, her name is included in a list of alerts distributed by the authorities with people selling stolen items.

They execute Ramón Alonso Favela López in a fast food restaurant in front of the University.
The victims left the scene almost immediately and, while the PGJE was working at the crime scene, a man who identified himself as Luis Antonio Sotelo Marmolejo was aggressive, claiming to be the owner of the car where the two men and the woman were injured , and demanded the vehicle be handed over to him, the ministerial agents handed it over.

Sotelo Marmolejo is part of a preliminary investigation for damage to property, fraud, theft in a closed place, specific fraud and profiteering.

One of the weapons used in this event was used on March 8th to kill Cristian García Mayorga, an unknown man and to wound Leonardo García Espejo in the Las Torres neighborhood, high up in the same delegation.

To understand these two issues, the Municipal and State Preventive police mobilized personnel in a special way. They were still looking for signs in the vicinity of Industrial City when the third report of an armed attack arrives at 1:32 pm.

This time at Carl's Jr. restaurant in front of the Autonomous University of Baja California. The security cameras revealed that an as-yet-unidentified man, covered with a cap and hooded sweatshirt, entered the premises before the victim, saw when Ramón Alonso Favela López, 59, arrived, domiciled in the Infonavit Presidentes; the victim was talking on the cell phone when the attacker went to him, killed him at point-blank range and fled to the west.

"According to the intelligence work, these attacks go in two directions, but they are the result of the plaza dispute, it is the CJNG trying to overthrow the Sinaloa Cartel in that area, and even in the first two shootings of the wounded and the dead in the 'picadero', where it is presumed that the murderers are hit men who traffic in the same area, are attributed to betrayals, "said a police chief, however, this information is not included in the investigation files.

Neither did the version given by witnesses-unofficially-to the ministerial investigators and that involved Alfredo Heynes Alonso, alias Miguel Ángel Rodríguez Solorio "El Flaco", 45 years old, who according to the Coordination Group, is the operational administrator of the Sinaloa Cartel in Otay; He has been arrested and released as a suspect in homicide in June 2011 and on February 26th, 2018, after the murder of a former police officer identified as an escort by Octavio Leal Hernández, CAF's deputy. On March 17th he was also captured in possession of a .40-caliber firearm with nine useful cartridges, but that has not affected him to continue with his criminal activities.

"In the case of Mr. del Carl's Jr. we are working to see if he has no other identity, and finished running the databases to know if he has a criminal record, if so, then it will be investigated as part of the struggle" they referred from the PGJE.

At the close of this edition, Favela López has no record for crimes in Mexico, however, according to databases in the United States, in that country he was tried twice for drug trafficking, he was captured in Long Beach, California , and in Arizona. In 1989 he was sentenced to five years, and in 1992 he was sentenced to twenty years in prison.

In the same delegation were killed on April 19th, Manuel Godoy Castro "El" Danny ", CAF lieutenant just released, a hooded man killed him while he was exercising in a gym. And on May 4th, at the Concordia cenaduría , the former federal policeman Gyula Haraszti Veera, 50 years old and owner of the company  Haraszti e Hijos , dedicated to the haulage, transportation, transfer and handling of materials. The investigation files of these two murders also do not register advances in the state attorney's office.

ON THE GROUNDS OF THE CAF

Another murder of a different profile was perpetrated in an area that is not considered a high homicide incidence, on Acacias Avenue in the Cubillas subdivision in the Central Zone, reserved for the old guard of the CAF. On the night of May 29th, Sinaloa's Eduardo López Ávila, 47, who was based in Jalisco, was murdered.

They used two weapons, a caliber .40 and another caliber .45, the experts located around ten bullet holes in the glass of the windshield, right in front of the driver. "The relatives who came to claim the body said they came from Jalisco and did not want to say anything, nor asked to investigate or clarify anything, they were not even able to say when López de Jalisco had left, or when he had arrived in Tijuana, nor the reasons for the trip, "explained a researcher from the Coordination Group.

In this case, the authorities continue working to verify if the deceased had no other identity, so far, they did not have a history in Mexico or the United States.

On June 6th, on the Sonora Avenue of the Chapultepec subdivision, outside the MOB bar in Plaza San Ángel , four armed men were reported.

According to the police report, when they saw the uniformed men, the men threw the four weapons at a gardener from where they recovered a .223 caliber rifle, a .38 caliber pistol and two 9-mm caliber.

The Municipal Public Security Secretariat of Tijuana presented the report of the capture of Adalberto, Jesús, Francisco and Alejandro "N" as members of the CAF and, according to intelligence data, alleged servers of Pablo Edwin Huerta Nuño " El Flaquito ".

The young people were free, since in the first federal investigations they determined that they had been captured inside the bar and not in the parking lot, as the agents showed in the Homologated Police Report (IPH). However, the federal Public Prosecutor's Office assures that the case continues to be processed.

After reviewing the background of the detainees, it turned out that: Adalberto Medina Navarro had already been arrested for a criminal offense in 2016 and was granted an indirect injunction; Francisco Javier Badilla Medina was tried in 2010 in the District of California for narcotics trafficking; while Alberto Guerra and Alejandro Alvarado do not have a criminal record.

THE HEADS 

Regarding the identity of the three men located beheaded this week, until Thursday, June 14th, the state prosecutor's office still did not determine identities, although it confirmed that the bodies found in the El Valle neighborhood on June 11th corresponded to the heads located a day before in front of a hairdresser in Sanchez Taboada.


99 comments:

  1. ese MOB bar ya me contaron que el dueño es un malandro asi que ni se paren ahi

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  2. Cjng is going to take the plaza eventually, they have better connects. The pepos (investigator) cops are with cjng and are constantly taking cds drug loads lol while the local police force is in cds pay role. By the way it's la rana not la mana. Cjng/ctng have more territory now than cds. Cjng sicarios are more effective from the looks of it

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    1. It’s la maña not la rana 8:31 and yes CTNG is taking all Tijuana

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    2. I don’t care who wins honestly I’m just sad and at the same time fascinated by the amount of carnage this war is doing, I know Tijuana is a big city with a lot of people but damn that’s a lot of murders. This war is completely different than the struggles in tamaulipas.. over here you have guys driving around in trucks with 50 cal weapons hitting the streets setting up roadblocks trying to kill contras while running from the military , all police find is burned vehicles and blood stains.. in tijuana things seem to be more close more risky in a way you don’t see it coming they walk up to you from the back when you’re grocery shopping and bang you’re out. No pecheras o militares nada just your dead body. Why is that? Why are the tactics different? Is it the way the police is set up? More local drug use in Tijuana? Just curious
      -manteTamps

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    3. In Mexico la mana mean the group that controls that’s area

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    4. Lol CJNG just lost a shipment south of Ensenada and there’s more to come, pura gente del sombrero

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    5. 8:31 no mames guey, CJNG is on its way out.

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    6. 7:37 yes but they are talking about la rana from cds in Tijuana. Read the article again. It reads that la Rana is complaining that the pepos are taking their drugs. It's a typo

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    7. @415 pm..mante tamaulipas..bro Tijuana is a different location geography speaking everything is nearby colonias. Is a mixture of ciudad de Mexico with a mix of Mazatlan Sinaloa.the hits are usually 1 on 1. Or sometimes a truck with 7 heads against 2...

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  3. CjNG has a bunch of kids fighting in tijuana no wonder there losing now not even CAF wants to be there ally

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    1. Lol hablas mucho y sabes poco

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    2. Losing did you read the artical it says people from La Rana are switching sides and killing there old associates

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    3. Edgar Alejandro Herrera Pardo "El cabo/cayman" looks 13 year old, cjng depends on a whole young bunch of pendejos with nothing to lose but their jundillos, and lose them they will.

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  4. Thanks Otis,

    I was gonna ask if BB could do an article on this. Looks like Tijuana is on its way to becoming Juarez. I find it perplexing that people act like CDS is some kind of angels when they are continuously involved in turning plazas into complete war zones.

    Cartels are like a virus. Everything they touch turns to shit.

    Phelpso

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    1. Obvious CDS hater.
      CDS controlled the plaza it was calm, until CJNG arrived. But Sinaloa is almost done cleaning

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    2. 12:49 - Yep, not ashamed to admit I hate CDS... and every other scumbag narco! They're a disgrace to humanity. How many deaths is CDS responible for? 100k? Maybe more?

      Phelpso

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    3. 12:49 you can’t say the samething about Juarez, CDS turned it into a war zone

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    4. CDS did business in the middle of all the shit, without so much indiscriminate murdering, disappearances and gang wars...
      --Then the mexican melitary came on the scene disguised as "poolice" aka polesias...openly working with the melitary and their ginirals...

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    5. They also turned Tijuana into a war zone when they went against CAF.

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  5. "we don't know if it was incidental"
    Police Chief ��‍♂️

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  6. Definitely a sad situation. I can see why such full force of high priority for law enforcement to detain such individuals.
    An unwanted nucence who imposes fear and violence in communities.
    Furthermore, with elections near can only imagine more violence to come.

    E42

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  7. CJNG continues to be greedy.

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  8. La nueva expanding its way to all la tia

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    1. La nueva bola de rateros jajajajaja menchos people are a joke kidnappers and theifs puro mz putos

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    2. 4:03, jajajaja. That’s funny, now, let me hold a brick since you got mz with you.

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  9. Mencho has killed over 1000 snicholas in TJ alone, he sure is cleaning house

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    1. In with the new, out with the old

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    2. el pirata dont count
      lol

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  10. CJNG is so tough they say and even with the remnants of the Arellanos they still have not taken control of Baja from CDS???
    Seems to me they are overestimated by some cheerleaders here.

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    1. They already did, now they taking out the poquiteros that are left

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    2. Sounds like u a cheerleader too. Lmao

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    3. Idk here in California i have noticed more people are trafficking for cjng more and more

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    4. Yeah because CDS is some low level street gang w a small amount of resources. Taking a plaza from CDS is not as easy as you think buddy. You think it is so easy, you try it.

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    5. Rome was not built from one day to another..your question is alreves compadre.. cds hasnt been able to take tj from ctng?

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    6. CDS is well rooted in baja, Still CAF and CTNG are popping them left and right. Mexicali a very quiet and peaceful city where they try to avoid bringing heat in is now being affected. It looks as if CDS will lose the war. But wars are full of surprises so who knows who will win.

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    7. 10:40 really, the fall guys always get fed a lotta corn to make them fat on their way to market porn.
      the peninsula or both bajas has been feeding all of us a lotta tripe in a soup of BS literally with all this Mencha Blaming, they can't cope with crime in the north and south Bajas because they are the ones behind it, melitary, police, politicians and businessmen, also bringing back the CAFOS to spread the blarney even and imprisoning the whole police department when they are tue culprits,

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    8. @10:54, Hold my beer!

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    9. Lol 740 stfu you loser. No one talks about cartels in the USA. People just wanna make money, stupid kid

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    10. 11:22 well, east coast and west coast just were killing each other and their own until all the money went to the right peepol, now they declared fight over, but some crips and bloods from Poland do not agree,

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  11. San Felipe? B.C., Esta calentando?

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    1. 11:18 NO, nomás que les gusta mucho andar ahi de calientes.

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  12. Cjng needs this plaza because Jalisco is now El cholo if one man was able to take a whole state from cjng imagine sinaloa a cartel Wich already kill their top dog El gross that foo was a crazy mf but the Pistoleros from sinaloa gave him muerte

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    1. El gross is in prison tonto! Onother Chinola just talking out their nalgas.. 😲

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    2. Gross was killed in gdl imbecile

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    3. El Gross was killed in jalisco

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    4. El Cabo 28 o kaiman

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  13. Is there any fully control plaza by the jaliscas ?

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    1. CJNG dont have complete control of any of the major international crossings. Tijuana/San Diego is where they have the most influence. They probably move product through every single one, after paying piso for protection of their load.
      Of the major crossings, I think only two have total control by one organization over them. That is Brownsville/Matamoros and Nuevo Laredo/Laredo. All of the other major crossing are disputed with more than one cartel/antagonistic faction moving product through them.

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    2. Andele por osicon

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  14. Most post are going to be sinaloas in denial that cds is still strong like it was before cjng split from them and took their plazas. I stay on this BB so I know better than the average and not because you live in Tijuana do3snt mean they know who's with who.. Just saying.....

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    1. Who is Aquiles with?

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    2. 12:10 - Yeah there definitely are those cheerleaders reading BB for sure. But I dont think the majority of BB commenter's really care one way or another. It doesn't matter if they are from CDS, CJNG, CDN, CDG, Etc. Most of us just want to see all the narcos dead or in jail.

      Phelpso

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    3. @10:00 akiles is with Mayo Zambada

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    4. Rather tranquility among its citizens and their communities. Let the fucks kill each other.
      Innocent civilians should not be harmed nor touched. Furthermore, respected!
      These individuals have crossed the boundaries when ordinary folk cannot walk at night nor get robbed / kidnapped.

      E42

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    5. 12:10 what plazas have they’ve taken from CDS?? Sinaloa still controls most of the border, they still control most of TJ and Baja so what plaza exatly did menso and cjng take from Sinaloa?? GDL is a free for all so if anything cjng is losing their plazas lol moron

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    6. E - I agree 100%. They've taken it way to far! It's not the drug dealing/smuggling i care about. People should be able to make their own decisions as long as they aren't beg/barrow/stealing to support their habit's(regardless how stupid the decisions may be - myself included in the past). I feel its mostly the black market that causes much of the chaos. Kidnapping, extortion, and overall predatory behavior of hardworking decent folks is wrong on every level.

      Phelpso

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    7. The military have confessed: "we were not in the police academy, we do not arrest, we kill" general Salvador Cienpedos secretario de la defensa nacional, asking to be sent back to barracks with his muchachos...then when the melitary retire they get in police departments with the full idea of getting rich by any means necessary, using the skills learned in the army and with their US or Mossad or other israeli instructors.

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  15. cjng has been trying for ever it seems to take over TJ and still cant cds doesnt even really control,tj no one will caf was the only real power there

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    1. Dumb comment at 1:42 things have changed, CAF out is out of bussines. Haven't you heard? It's called CTijuanaNG tonto. Get with the program, this isn't the 90's LMAO

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  16. CJNG is hungry of border they are so greedy unfortunately they are still struggle to control in baja even they are ally CAF and the local cartel. Aquiles is a veteran and a genius of drug war plaza. He is still in control TJ according to my relatives in TJ a former taxi driver and a custom employee.

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  17. So who’s calling the shots for CAF?
    La hermana de los Arellanos or los JRs?

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    1. pancho? el chocomilero?o la negra (soplas).

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  18. So its a 3 way war?

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  19. FAKE NEWS AGAIN!!!! Mencho is not gaining ground here in Tijuana. If anything he’s been pushed further out. Mayors people still control all the main plazas out here. Mencho people are in hiding. People getting killed are all the chapolines that try jumping ship.

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    1. So your saying cjng is not gaining but yet cds people keep switching sides to go with cjng? You make no sense

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  20. As soon as mencho falls they will all be jumping ship

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  21. No pueden con los de sinaloa menos con los de caf valen vergas las menchas

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  22. CJNG haha get a life they're going down like flies they'll never take tijuana you idiot

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  23. FYI AFTER AMLO GET'S ELECTED YOU'LL THE RISE OF RIGHT WING DEATH SQUADS. IF YOU THOUGHT THE CARTELS WERE BAD WAIT TILL THE OLIGARCHY OF MEXICO TO START THEIR OWN ARMIES. ALLIANCES HAVE CHANGED AND POWER WILL TO.

    AMLO+DTOs+RMLs(radical militant leftists) vs RWDS+OLIGARCHS+BUSINESSMEN

    LOL ARRIBA EL DESMADRE. I HOPE THE USA GETS INVOLVED!!!! WE MUST FINISH WHAT POLK WANTED AND ANNEX EVERYTHING NORTH OF TAMPICO!!!!

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    1. Typical american, AMLO lost 2 times in a row and was leading in the polls. The people know he’s full of shit

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    2. 11:27 PRD's Cuauhtemoc Cardenas lost 2 times too, against Carlos Salinas de gortari and "la neta" zedillo.
      --Fox Won on his own right against Fernando "La Vestida"
      --FECAL stole the election from PRD candidate AMLO.
      --EPN stole the election from Morena AMLO.
      THIS TIME AMLO IS WINNING or else, no stealing this election. porque ya estamos hasta la madre!
      And Morena is not using Russian programs or computers or colombian hackers like JJ Rendon to steal shit...

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  24. What is a picadero?

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    1. It is a place used to sting yourself with syringes.
      --in this case picar= to sting
      Opium Dens used to be very popular back in the day, with beds for the customers to fall asleep and keep smoking when they woke up, now you die alone.

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    2. A junk yard

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    3. 9:33 - In the U.S. i believe we call them shooting gallery's. If that helps.

      Phelpso

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    4. A motel to "picar", have sex.

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    5. 9:06 your home does not count for a clavadero, only cachuchas go for the picadero.
      I never heard of any congal being called picadero. But it is a work in progress, it gets cheaper all the time, on the US it was all the 2 dollar crack hoes for a while, all for nothing, Daniel Ortega still is the president of Nicaragua after about 39 years...because the Iran/Contra conspirators stole all that cocaine money...

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  25. I remember about 10-12 years ago when people stopped going to Rosario.

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  26. What the hell is an indirect injunction, Is that so the judge can release you to create more mayhem on the streets

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  27. Mencho going down big time

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  28. 108 murders in just the first 2 weeks of June? Holy Kek. How long before the Cartels exterminate the entire Mexican population?

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    1. Mexicans reproduce like rabbits

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    2. @11:28AM You are either showing your racism or your ignorance. Mexico has a birth rate of 2.21 per woman.

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    3. 11:28 IS a 21% of a person fully grown into a PENDEJO.

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  29. It's too funny to me that cds fan boys are always so in denial lol the only BB I remember reading cds articles from here before mencho split and cds was at it's peak and cds fan boys agreed with the stories how they were holding down plazas. Now that cds is looking weak cds fan boys say it's fake news lol just like it took them 3 years to actually admit cjng was in Tijuana. It's going to take cds groupies onother 3 years for them to admit that cds lost the war in Tijuana, shoot why you think cds chapulines keep switching to cjng/ctng? Let me answer that question for YOU. Because they are losing the plaza and they dony6 want to end up dead like their friends TONTOS!

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    1. CDS hasn’t lost any plazas tho, their top people are still free. Mencho is running scared, wtf are you talking abojt

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    2. 2:35 you’re a moron cjng is losing the war all over Baja. Quit making up nonsense you’re pathetic. Cjng is increasing violence like they’ve done all over mexico and have no plaza outside of southern jalisco/a small corner of michoacan to show for it. They can’t even keep CDS out of Jalisco, what the hell makes you think they will ever have Baja or TJ lol foh tweeker

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    3. Cds groupies just proved my point, so hilarious hahaha

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    4. Yea they lost torreon to cdn...

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    5. 235 you we’re right lol

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  30. 8:22 the cartels are not the problem,
    The problem is the military take over of police functions and the politicians enabling them since they started their war against the Arellanuses, Amado Carrillo Fuentes and Juan Garcia Abrego, because Carlos Salinas de Gortari stole the billions of dollars from the military budget and forced them to go around Mexico robbing and kidnapping and trafficking drugs from behind their puppet cartels, they are soon smart and intellegent they even have Intelligencia Militar working with foreigners to steal some more every day, they have even stolen Mexicans patience, Y ya están hasta la madre!

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    1. Your saying the Military is killing and kidnappings, we need more videos of this type of mayhem.

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    2. 7:10 ever since the 43 Ayotzinapos disappeared, the mexican secretary of defense has been disappearing the C4 all over the country, so, you will take my word for it, or answer for the fact that wherever the Mexican military deploys the disappearances, drug trafficking, extortions, murdering and rape increase dramatically, as in Cd Juarez under FECAL.

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  31. Peña Nieto has less than a week to catch Mencho, after that ya no iso nada. Pero ojo puro pedo si esto es el negocio de los meros meros abrir el camino del sur al norte. Pero no la agan de tos y sepan que los nuevos dueños son los de la nueva

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  32. puro manguerilla

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