Monday, July 30, 2018

Arrest CJNG operator for the murder of three Italians

Chivis Martinez for Borderland Beat  from Sinebargo  thank you "Char"


At a press conference, Omar Hamid García Harfuch, Chief Director of the Agency of Criminal Investigation (AIC), said that José Guadalupe "N" aka El 15,  is the likely responsible for the logistics coordination for the sale and transfer of narcotics in the municipalities of Jalisco. Guzmán City, San Gabriel, Tecalitlán, Tolimán, Tonalá, Tuxpan and Zapotitlán de Vadillo; as well as in Manzanillo, Minatitlán and Tecomán, in Colima.

Staff of the Criminal Investigation Agency (AIC) of the Attorney General's Office (PGR) yesterday arrested, in Zapopan, Jalisco, José Guadalupe "N" for his probable connection with the disappearance of three Italians, occurred in Tecalitán on January 31.

Omar Hamid García Harfuch, Director in Chief of the Criminal Investigation Agency (AIC), informed that José Guadalupe "N" is the alleged person responsible for providing payment  to members of the Municipal Police of Tecalitlán, who handed over the Italians to the Cartel Jalisco New Generation (CJNG).
Second suspect  also "Jose N" 
In a press conference, the official said that the subject is the likely responsible for the logistics coordination for the sale and transfer of narcotics in the municipalities of Ciudad Guzmán, San Gabriel, Tecalitlán, Tolimán, Tonalá, Tuxpan and Zapotitlán de Vadillo; as well as in Manzanillo, Minatitlán and Tecomán, in Colima.

He also noted that José "N", another alleged member of the CJNG, was also captured in the same operation.  The captures were conducted without firing a shot.

"During the capture of these two people were secured firearms of various calibers, useful cartridges, narcotics, probably methamphetamine and marijuana, as well as a vehicle," he explained.

Finally, García Harfuch indicated that the two subjects were transferred to Mexico City and placed at the disposal of the Public Ministry of the Federation attached to the Deputy Attorney General for Organized Crime Investigation (SEIDO).



23 comments:

  1. All the lies and far fetched exaggerations in the news post that get copied onto this site it all just gets so old. They arrest one person and he’s responsible for controlling every plaza in Mexico. 99% of those reading and posting here have never even been to Mexico and you believe every word.

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    1. fake news?

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    2. 2:18 It matters not . If you have been to Mexico . I guess you are in the inner circle and know whats going on . Just being in mexico don give you inside knowledge . People not in mexico with lots of sources may know more than most operators on the inside . I only know what I read and I admit it . What about you ??

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    3. This guy is actually kind of a big deal. This guy is the same person responsible for the killing of Victor Diaz Contreras (alcalde of Tecalitlan). I would like to think there is a direct connection between this guy, the 3 italians, and the killing of Victor. Glad this guy is now under arrest.

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    4. You’re right I do believe everything I read here. I have no reason not to because there is nothing that reads otherwise?

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    5. Wtf lmao? He runs a few plazas in Jalisco and Nayarit. Do you know that to be a lie? Does that seem implausible to you? MX gov't bullshits at times sure, but to try to discredit the arrest, this site, AND the MX gov't all at once IS a bit farfetched.

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    6. 2:18. I would like to echo 5:42s comment w/o the lmao. I agree with you that 99% of the posts here never go to Mexico and in their mind Mexico is one big war zone and that’s something to lmao!
      I’ve been driving 60k+ SUVs all over Mexico for almost 20 years and I use common sence by staying on toll roads, but I do drive late at night all the time and I regularly stay in Saltillo, Torreón, Durango, Mazatlan, Tepic and Culiacan. I remember when Torreón felt a few years ago but I’ve never been accosted, seen a gun fight, dead person, or narco message.
      Most people here don’t realize that the Mexican economy has exploded the last 10 years and it’s been a gold mine for my business. There may be isolated violence but most Mexicans are not affected and they go about their daily life as Americans do.

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    7. I recognize the attitude Nobody knows nothing that's posting or writing on here . Like he does? I really sounds like the guy ridiculing people about saying Kiko Treviño is going to super max. We need to let only this guy post . Besides everyone is a idiot but him . It never fails son , when you grow up you realized you weren't near as wise in your youth as you believed you were

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    8. Interesting rant. Tell us what part of this story is lies?

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    9. @6:37 Why are toll roads safer as you imply?

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    10. 2:18 what are you,
      (the only "99% Illuminati" to ever visit our BB Blog)
      doing here, wasting your time trying to redeem us?
      --That won't happen sugar, try and go to Hell and redeem somebody over there, they are certified...orale, a la verga...

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    11. Another hater,seems to be a lot of it here

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  2. Damned..he’s alive not sacrificed to the Aztec gods.

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  3. Please do not go to Mexico and try and fuck over the cartels...

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    1. You give respect, you get respect. You give fuckery, you get fuckery.

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  4. No word on who those Italians were,what precisely happened ,how they got in the claws if these people, what were they doing in Mexico or what they were there for,when hey got killed and how? Am I.missing something that was previously published? If so, why nota little word about it? Why not a few lines elaborating anyway? Thanks..

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    1. 11:29 confessions are getting fabricated,
      meanwhile the Presuntos Culpables are getting ready for the cattle prod up the ass as the inventigation progresses, the poolice may use mentholatum to enhance the experience...

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  5. So anonymous, who posted at 2:18 PM, since you are professing to be a well connected, and very informed reader, why don’t you get off of your ass and contribute? You can assume the moniker “Deep Throat” and bless us with all of your factual information. Hopefully, it’s better than the hyperbole and fantastical bullshit that you initiated your fact less rant with. Anyone can be a critique because it takes such little effort and intellect. El que no puede crítica.

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    1. 203 that wierdo is full of it, saying this one guy, controls all plazas in Mexico. Ignore the troller, fake news ahole.

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  6. Link exchange is nothing else but it is just placing the other
    person's website link on your page at appropriate place and other person will also do same for you.

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  7. I was just in Acatlan de Juarez and this dude was there with about 13 bodyguards and the local police there just walking around the plaza. Lol. Not really flashing guns but enjoying the party. But every guy there had their bags at their side where I’m sure they were all carrying guns. U often hear “without a single shot fired” when these guys are arrested. That tells me that they usually surveillance these guys and take them down when they’re very vulnerable.

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