Friday, June 8, 2018

Tamaulipas government and 7 Agencies of the United States Collaborate to capture criminal leaders of Los Zetas, Cdg and CdN

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from an Aristeguinoticias article

Subject Matter: Mexican-USA Inter agency cooperation
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required


The government of Tamaulipas announced Thursday a program of collaboration with 7 United States Federal Agencies, to facilitate the detention of leaders of Los Zetas, the Cartel del Golfo and other criminal groups that operate on the frontier with Texas.

This program of collaboration is without precedent, " the bi-national force is the largest assembled against these criminal groups", said the state government.





The program began to be put together in early 2017 with the Tamaulipas Attorney Generals Office, while the US government agencies of The Office of Customs and Border Protection, the Department for National Security, the State Department, the Drug Enforcement Agency and the Immigration and Citizenship Services.

Through this program, government agencies will share information and citizens of both countries will be able to make anonymous reports via telephone or whatsapp to USA as well as Mexican numbers.



1. Juan Gerardo Trevino Chavez, El Huevo
2. Luis Miguel Mercado Gonzalez, El Flaco Sierra
3. Alfredo Cardenas Martinez, El Contador
4. Petronilo Moreno Flores, El Panilo
5. Luis Alberto Blanco Flores, El Pelochas
6. Juan Miguel Lizardi Castro, El Miguelito
7. Andres Martinez Granados, El Pause
8. Agustin Ordorica Lopez
9. Luis Lauro Bautista Ramirez

Among the first objectives of the operation are, Juan Gerardo Trevino Chavez, El Huevo, designated as the leader of Los Zetas by the DEA and Alfredo Cardenas Martinez, El Contador, leader of the Cartel del Golfo, according to the same agency.

The other main objectives are: Luis Miguel Mercado Gonzalez, El Flaco Sierra; Petronilo Moreno Flores, El Panillo; Luis Alberto Blanco Flores, El Pelochas; Juan Miguel Lizardi Castro, Miguelito; Andres Martinez Granados, El Pause; Agustin Ordorica Lopez and Luis Bravo Bautista Ramirez.

(Otis: given the complicity by Tamaulipas authorities with the cartels, I don't think this cooperation will lead to any of the above being arrested, unless the USA agencies are allowed onto Mexican soil to carry out arrests without any prior notice to Mexican local authorities. If they do allow it, I can see them all leaving the State immediately to avoid arrest.)

47 comments:

  1. and..... they've all been replaced! Good job everyone!

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    1. You are absolutely right...

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    2. Complain complain complain. Damn if they don't and damn if they do. Good job an being an idiot.

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    3. Reminds me of a comedy skit . Somebody has to take over and they are all standing back insisting the other is more qualified . Then they brag up this real naïve one to take over . It don't matter is what you 2 are saying . Keep taking them out and another dumb son of a bitch steps up . He can be dealt with also .

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    4. Tamaulipas world will not get fixed, but Francisco Javier Garcia cabeza de cagadas de vacas has more millions of dollars in cash and investments that all the Tamaulipas capos put together, he learned with some of the best, like Osiel Cardenas Guillén and mexican legislators in mexico city.
      crime has been good to the Tejas born governor, too good...

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    5. 12:35 complaining about the complainers will not get you too far either...
      Verifying the complaints instead would do wonders for all parties, maybe the government needs to purge some baaad motherfakers from their midst, help them at least.

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    6. the point is... put some resources and effort where its needed. There will never be enough jails if all they do is go after the scrubs when there are always people ready to replace them instantly. use your head.

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  2. I call BS on pinche cabeza de cagadas.
    puro pinche soplon que anda por ahi.
    most of these dudes are out !

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  3. Hermano de Victor Manuel Saenz Martinez jefe de la oficina de Cabeza de Vaca asesinado...
    No wonder the Tejas born governor of tamaulipas Osiel Cardenas Guillén is getting "help", murdering his former associates has not been working, and murdering innocents men and women has not worked either, that is all his marinas and army and federal police taste are good for, but there is all that oil in the tamaulipas tar sands...wi need all the water in the state for the transnational owners of Francisco Javier Garcia cabeza de cagadas de vacas and HIS drug trafficking.

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  4. Out with the old boss. In with the new boss.

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    1. That's correct!
      Looks like vigorous efforts are only being applied to these criminal groups.
      All others are on standby for unknown reasons?

      E42

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    2. 9:38 No, pos a güebo, people getting smarter here, uh?

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    3. 9:38 the "Other Groups may be unknowns",
      But the unknown reasons are well known, money and more money, and lots of more and more money for cabeza de cagadas de vacas alias "El tejano"

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  5. Excellent some Cartel members are going down hill. US has resources that will catch Cartel hoodlums. But like Otis mentioned, don't trust a police man there, as they are currupted and most work with in cartels.

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    1. And who says one trust these designated individuals from tipping off their collaborators?
      E42

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    2. Yes, the pawns go down hill. The fanancial structures not.

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    3. 6:51 . You are correct . these na sayers don't have the foresight r the hindsight to see the organization or either getting weaker or more timid . They are still there but not near as bold . The war goes on because it must go on .

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    4. 1:02 financial structures that depend on help paid with "product" are mighty broke and worthless, the help needs to force fed their little cut gramitos on their customers just to buy their maruchan and kill the non performers...
      There could be somebody bigger and richer to persecute, try and find one or two, it is much more fun.

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    5. 1:02 Las veredas quitarán,
      pero la querencia cuándo...

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    1. NORTH AMERICAN UNION

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    2. Sorry the Feds are not as currupted as the ones in Mexico. The Mexican people are getting killed by the thousands, and you ask for no help, perhaps your a currupted offical in Mexico.

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    3. 3:29 you are so sure,
      Makes me think "you" are doing the arm twisting...
      But if you expect that from twisting the wrong arm you get
      the bad guys in government "to cry uncle and ask for help", that is stupidity, unsophysticated, must be a family thing.

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  7. Making way for cjng

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  8. I never understand why the USA will travel thousands of miles to fight wars to protect big money oil companies but wouldn't walk a few steps over a border to help a brother. Our neighbor are being killed daily by gangsters and we do nothing? We could and need to do more.

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    1. The US will pipeline ugly dangerous contaminant oils from far away tar sands in Canada to tejas, imagine their ambition for tamaulipas gas and oil so close in veracruz, an impoverished and indebted state that can't pay its mega-debts even working their arses day and night 24/7 in every mexican bordello in the world.
      All that American intelligence is aiming at controlling the recently acquired PEMEX properties of their beloved foreign investors, VERACRUZ AND TAMAULIPAS BARELY OWN THE DRY AND THE DEPLETED HOLES, but still have to indemnify the owners for their loses and bad investments...the contaminated environments are the responsibility of the host country like Ecuador's.
      leeches and parasites never want to accept their part on any of that shit and have the international courts in their pocket.

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  9. los 9 estan en las lista negra de el commando Antrax X Gente Nueva Especial Forces .

    #MayosXChapos

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    1. 821am..no mames eres un lambehuevos..aqui puro cjng gente del abuelo pinche verguisa les pusimos a tu gente nueva y alos viagras en yurecuaro.

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    2. I love how these fags think they are special forces. True legitimate sf would never be apart of shitbags like these narcos.

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    3. Boring.... They can pick up a gun easier than a book. They should be ready to learn to do something good with their lives.

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    4. 10:49 even free textbooks are not free anymore,
      There is always somebody extorting students and their parents before the books get delivered...
      See Lady Books in YouTube.

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  10. The American authorities aren’t stupid they know most Mexican authorities are in collusion with criminal groups.

    All this program does is give peace of mind to Mexican citizens who can report criminal activity in utmost confidentiality and have their identity protected unlike when they report crime or criminal members to Mexican police or military.

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    1. 2:49 Mexican criminal authorities are aware, thank you.
      They are the parnas of the criminal Americans all the way from inception to conception to collusion and obstruction.
      --But thanks for helping...

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  11. Lol capture? Some of them have been captured and released what a effin joke! Shout out Tampa Fl!!!

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    1. Shout out Gibsonton,Fl. Carnie town all around. - Sol Prendido

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    2. 3:20 Yea some got captured and released and a lot got sent to HELL . These federal forces can grab his ass next time and run to another jurisdiction . Lean and adjust is what everybody does .

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    3. Yea . and I bet she is asking for extradition to the USA . That would be her smartest move .

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    4. I hear Tampa is doing big things

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    5. I grew up in tropical acres lmaoo

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    6. Shout out to St. Pete. Just moved here after the Hurricane in PR.

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    7. 12:47 Go Back to your country man!
      Or stay here in the US and do the right thing, sabe?
      "Preciosa serás sin banderas sin lauros ni rosas..."

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    8. @June 10 at 7:15 PM

      Puerto Rico is a US territory and Puerto Ricans are US citizens, just like anyone born in the States.

      So June 9 @ 12:47 PM is a US citizen; they are in their country.

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  12. Would be better if they collaborate together to capture remaining alive original zeta viejos(ex special-forces guys) so that for criminals believing in Z myth today would be dead there are remaining fugitives like Erotico Z15, el Guerra, Yepis Ibarra, el Vera... some might think that zeta viejos did only secured osiel cardenas but they did exploited Mexican state security system by constant fake prison raids carrying out atrocities disguised as afi or soldiers toward civilians and alot of dirty works

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  13. Caban de asesinar a Puron en piedras Negara. En vivo

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  14. Targets #8 & #9 not qualified to be on list, they haven't even earned good calves or nicknames yet. Lames

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  15. Flaco is Gaby Montes little brother. These clowns dont even have him
    identified correctly. The US agencies are once again pouring all bn of their intel straight into the hands of corrupt MX agencies. Did noone learn from a
    ALLENDE? When will the US learn that giving intel to the likes of CDV is just choosing one corrupt group over another. Sad history repeats and inept US agencies endanger sources and invalidate their work by giving to to corrupt groupo felix and cdv. Idiots

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  16. Cdg and zetas switch leaders the most compared to other cartels no big deal nothin changes new plaza bosses

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