Friday, August 31, 2018

150 persons storm police station take 2 men they thought "kidnapped minors" and set them afire amid applause

Le Chef BB forum Imneuquen and la silla rota

UPDATE Follows first article



Two persons walked through the streets of the community, when they reported seeing two children crying inside a Ford Explorer.  They called out for help from citizens and called authorities, saying the children were being abducted, when the police arrived the SUV was already surrounded by residents. 


There were no children in the vehicle, crying or not.

Totolapan Guerrero: Armed Attack by 100 Sicarios Leaves at Least 7 Dead

Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Vanguardia


In the communities of Otatlán and Las Ventanas, in San Miguel Totolapan, neighbors reported armed attacks this week, at least seven people have died. The first reports indicate that there were clashes between alleged criminal groups and auto - defense groups.

Neighbors of  Otatlán , in the Guerrero municipality of  San Miguel Totolapan , denounced that on Thursday morning about  100 gunmen fired on the  town , which triggered a  shootout  that left seven  people dead , identified as alleged members of the aggressor group.

The criminal group that  attacked the community arrived early Thursday and the firing began in the morning, witnesses said. The townspeople repelled their attackers.

CJNG Fights for Control in Bajio w Video

Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Excelsior

The economic structure, the organization, its army sicarios and power of warlike armament, has extended the zones of influence of the Cartel of Jalisco Nueva Generación (CJNG) towards the Mexican Bajío and center of the country, mainly in the states of Guanajuato, Querétaro and Puebla, where the control for the theft of hydrocarbon and LP gas is disputed .

Intra and inter Cartel struggles are supported by some local organizations, such as the so-called Santa Rosa de Lima Cartel and La Nueva Familia Michoacana ; while in other states the clashes are carried out with Los Zetas cells and the Gulf Cartel.

The dispute over the so-called "huachicol" has increased the violence in the states of Guanajuato and Puebla, where the organization led by Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes, "El Mencho", of CJNG and focuses on the so-called "Triangle of Huachicol" and "Red Triangle in Puebla".

Drones delivering contraband to prisons

Le Chef on BB Forum from The Drive


This is "Off Topic" so you purists may want to skip...below first article is one about drones going into a Detroit prison.  Drone have been used to deliver contraband to U.S. prisons

In BC

In British Columbia’s Matsqui district officials at a federal prison successfully intercepted a package being illegally piloted into the correctional facility. We’ve seen this same scenario several times such as when cell phones and porn were being smuggled into federal prisons via drone or an unmanned aerial vehicle carrying contraband crashing into the prison yard. The idea of a drone as a tool to effectively bypass official prison procedures is nothing new, but the monetary value in this particular case is certainly impressive. According to Huffington Post, however, the foiled delivery attempt in Matsqui carried a package with an estimated $26,500 value comprised of drugs and tobacco.

Thursday, August 30, 2018

Jalisco: The Plague of Narco-Laboratories

Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: In

                                                                   YES: Statistics
Jalisco State, Mexico:

Tequila, Jilotlan, Yahualica, Hostotipaquillo, Tamazula, Zapopan, Tecalitlan, Concepción de Buenos Aires, Tlajomulco and Tuxpan are the municipalities of Jalisco in which the Army found the most narco-laboratories in the last decade.

Of the 221 that the Secretariat of National Defense (Sedena) located in the Entity since 2008, 107 were located in those 10 territories. Almost half. The rest are registered in 52 other demarcations.

Faced with this situation, the Attorney General, Raúl Sánchez Jiménez, responded that the narco -laboratory findings can occur anywhere in the State. "Right now you can create a narco-laboratory right here. No longer does one ask you, as  before, for the cultivation marijuana fields or poppy plants. "

Reporter murdered, the third reporter in Cancun killed in 2 months

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from Aristigui Noticias

Known as "the Winnie the Pooh", the reporter was killed at approximately 7:00 pm on Playa Caleta Street, in Supermanzana 29.




Javier Enrique Rodríguez Valladares, a reporter for Channel 10 of Cancun, was murdered on Wednesday afternoon in a downtown neighborhood of the city.

Rodríguez Valladares, known as "El Winnie Pooh", was killed at approximately 7:00 pm on Playa Caleta Street , in Supermanzana 29 in Cancún.

CDG leader Pelochas or "M28" captured

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from Reforma B.B and Infobae


Luis Alberto Blanco Flores aka, "El Pelochas", identified as one of the leaders of the Gulf Cartel (CDG) and one of the alleged perpetrators of the violence in the state of Tamaulipas, was arrested early Thursday morning in northern Mexico.

Blanco Flores was one of the priority objectives of the government and for its head a reward of 2 million pesos (USD 104,806) was offered.

The capture was made in the Rioja, south of Monterrey, by elements of the State Agency of Investigations (AEI) with support from the Federal Gendarmerie Police. He will be transferred to Ciudad Victoria, in Tamaulipas where he has an arrest warrant for extortion and criminal association.

He was arrested twice in the United States , the first was released on bail and after the second time he was deported but then released by the Mexican government.

They stop, then free Vicente Carrillo Leyva

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat  Reforma

Four elements of the Public Security Secretariat (SSP) are investigated by the Internal Affairs Directorate for releasing Vicente Carrillo Leyva, "El Ingeniero", son of Amado Carrillo, who presented a false identification at a police checkpoint.


Last Thursday, elements of the Police stopped a SUV with tinted windows that was driving in the area of ​​Polanco.

Agents managed to identify him as Vicente Carrillo Leyva, but he had presented an identification in the name of Andrés Favela shown on the ID as a conductor.


When asked for his ID he gave the false identification.  The officer recognizing him asked “you are Vicente Carrillo, right?”  He responded “I am Vicente Carrillo Leyva, and what? I don’t have a problem”, said the son of the Lord of the Skies, when police questioned him on his identity.




Detained in Coahuila: “El Pajarraco “ in the Missing 43 Case

Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Vanguardia

                        Juan Miguel N., "El Pajarraco", had been living in Coahuila for two years

Mexico City:  A "key piece" in the investigation carried out in the case of  forced disappearance in Iguala and the 43 Normalistas of Ayotzinapa , fell yesterday in Piedras Negras, Coahuila, where he had been hiding for 2 years. Federal authorities reported that Juan Miguel "N" , identified as "El Pajarraco" , 30 years old , was arrested near the Cereso Prison. 

Through a statement, the Ministry of the Interior reported that the Federal Police located and arrested this man , who has two arrest warrants outstanding for organized crime and kidnapping of the 43 Normalistas; all student teachers at the Normal Raúl Isidro Burgos.

"According to the investigation, Juan Miguel" N " would have participated in the transfer of students in a redilla van to the dump of Cocula, " said the federal agency.

Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Captured “El Bótox” leader of Viagras enforcers

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from El Sol



On Tuesday afternoon, around 3:30 p.m. elements of the Mexican Army and agents of the Fusion Group UECS, captured César "N" known as "El Botox", alleged leader of armed wing of the criminal organization "Los Viagras , which operates mainly in the State of Michoacán.
The arrest was made through an anonymous call received through the number 089, where it was reported that at an address located on Calle Cataluña in the Maravillas neighborhood of the city of Cuernavaca, several people entered a  home with  a handcuffed man.

In addition, the three persons who were at the disposal of the Public Prosecutor's agent were arrested, initiating the corresponding investigations.

César "N" has an arrest warrant for the crime of homicide in the state of Michoacán. He is suspected in the murder of Javier Urena, who was mayor elect of Buenavista. [below]

"Los Chapitos”: More Big Losses in Sinaloa, 26 Tons Plus

Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: AFN TJ
                                   Surprise, surprise: More Labs or Manufacturing Facilities

The Secretariat of the Navy destroyed four clandestine narco-laboratories in the vicinity of Culiacán, Sinaloa and secured a shipping point in which 26 Tons of synthetic drug were secured, as well as 4,200  litres of drugs in liquid state, both with the characteristics of crystal meth.

They apparently  belonged to the faction of the Sinaloa Cartel  controlled by the sons of Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán Loera.

Chemical precursors, equipment and material used to prepare said drug were also seized; this action weakens the production and distribution infrastructure of the criminal groups operating in that region.

12 killed in overnight in the embattled Guanajuato

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from El Norte


Armed men perpetrated attacks during the night of yesterday in four municipalities leaving  12 people dead, including a child under 10 years of age.

The attacks occurred in Apaseo El Alto, where 6 victims are reported; Salamanca records 3 people dead; Irapuato, two and León, one.

In Salamanca, a family was attacked with bullets by armed individuals in the community of La Capilla. A couple and their 10-year-old son killed.

Despite the fact that an operation was set up with the participation of elements of the Army, the aggressors fled.

In the community of Mandujano, in the municipality of Apaseo El Alto, there was reported a confrontation between armed groups that left 6 dead.

Rumors labeled them "Child Stealers", they were killed and dismembered

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat El Diario and facebook

This happened last Friday I wasn't going to post but became interested when learning these people were brutally murdered stemming from rumors....it is possible citizens concluded they were stealing children for organs..


Parral, Chihuahua: A 20 year old female was found dismembered in the early morning hours of Friday, along with a 31 year old man, with the bodies was a message labeling them “child stealers”.

The young female is identified as Adary Fernanda Sosa Aros, who lived in Parral.  The man, from Camargo, is identified as Sergio Loya Aceves.

At dawn on Friday August 24th , a report came in of a discovery of two bodies in the municipality of Valle de Allende.

When officers arrived, they found the mutilated bodies of a man and a woman.  The feet, head and hands had been severed.  On top of the bodies was a cartulina with a message reading “This is what will happen to all who steal children”.

The male also was left without his organs, the heart, lung and kidneys were missing,  his chest was mutilated, probably by an axe.

Apparently, there were rumors on social media of attempts to steal children in the area, but no actual reports from authorities.

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El Cuini is transferred to Durango even though he won an amparo against it

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat  material from Universal and Reuters

Abigael González Valencia "El Cuini" was transferred to a federal prison in the state of Durango, despite the fact that last June he obtained an amparo  to prevent his relocation from the Altiplano to another detention center.

According to the amparo trial 723/2018, González Valencia, identified as number two of the Jalisco Cartel New  Generación.  His accusation was that in the federal prison of Durango they kept him segregated, they do not give him medical attention and, he demanded the execution of his transfer .

This transfer occurred despite the fact that last June a federal court had granted him a stay to remain in the Altiplano maximum security prison because the Decentralized Administrative Body for Prevention and Social Readaptation did not justify the relocation.

Video: "Los Artistas Asesinos" Declare War Against "Los Mexicles"

Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Vanguardia

              

Ciudad Juárez .- A new internal struggle between criminal gangs emerged on Sunday, according to videos circulating through social networks, where they warn that violence will increase in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua .

People who identify themselves as members of the gang "Los Artistas Asasinos" (AA) in a video posted on social networks show an arsenal and threaten to use it against members of ''Los Mexicles''.

According to an analysis of the  State Attorney General's Office  (FGE) and the Municipal Public Security Secretariat (SSPM) , both criminal groups are part of the Sinaloa Cartel and have their presence in the eastern part of the city.

Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Yaqui Lives

Posted by Yaqui for Borderland Beat
                                            "Mi’ja......Dios nos bendiga otro vez más. 
Gracias el Padre Sol, la cobija del los pobres y la Madre Tierra.Ya, Vámonos, necesitamos agua !"

"Dear, The All powerful blesses us once more. Give thanks to Father Sun, the blanket of the poor and Mother Earth. Now, Let’s go: We need water !"

Yes !  THANKS to ALL  forces, lots of good ju ju and the Herculean tasks of EVERY Fire Fighter and all  first responders and the thousands of other folks involved ( including Chivis’s son ) in The Mendocino Complex Fire, Yaqui and the Ass Pack not only survived California’s largest wildfire but has been spared the worst of the fire’s wrath. 

La Casa Solar , the homestead, ie  still stands and the surroundings don't look nuked. Buddy Bear ate my beloved Gallo, the rooster and his hens the FIRST night we evac-ed, but the damn things weren’t laying anyway. Peanut and Josie, my Mammoth burras were so happy to be home they promptly ate the sunflowers ! 

Everything imaginable smells like a smokehouse but I am not complaining !! I'm back !!


"El Chapo" Isidro and "Los Chapitos": the fight for territory in Sonora

Translated by El Profe for Borderland Beat from La Silla Rota

                         "El Chapo" Isidro y "Los Chapitos": la lucha por territorio en Sonora

by MONICA MIRANDA

Headlines such as "Three shot in Cajeme", "Dismembered left in ice cooler", "Pistoleros abduct a couple in the south", cease to leave an impression on  Sonorans, especially those who live in cities such as Cajeme and Guaymas.

The plaza battles between "Los Chapitos " (Sinaloa Cartel) and "Chapo" Isidro (Beltrán Leyva) have the population of southern Sonora in suspense, municipalities near Sinaloa (Navojoa, Cajeme and Guaymas). 

In recent days there have been dismembered bodies found, there are executions in broad daylight, 'levantones', and strong security operations from both the State Secretariat of Public Security and the Army and Gendarmerie.

With a video release "El Mencho" announces arrival of CJNG in Salamanca Guanajuato

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from Vanguardia 


In social networks a video is circulating of the Jalisco Cartel Nueva Generacion  in which the announcement of their arrival in the municipality of Salamanca, Guanajuato supposedly to give “security to the population and exterminate the criminal cell led by "El Marro". [ José Antonio Yepez Ortíz, alias el Marro, leader of the Santa Rosa de Lima Cartel]

In almost two and a half minutes, the video shows images of a group of armed hooded individuals while the narrator explains that they arrived in Salamanca in order to wipe out "the thieves, traitors and  chapulines” [means grasshopper as in jumping sides].

Also, warns that the CJNG will not leave the municipality and those who "work, help or protect El Marro, will be banished, not only from Salamanca, but from all of Guanajuato".

Osiel Cardenas Jr sentenced

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from Brownsville Herald Thank you Sol👏


A federal judge sentenced the son of the former leader of the Gulf Cartel to a little more than two years in prison for impersonating a U.S. Marshal.

U.S. District Judge Fernando Rodriguez sentenced ., 26, to two years and three months in prison for impersonating a federal officer and being a felon in possession firearm as well as to one year in jail to be served concurrently with the other sentence for violating his supervised release for a 2015 ammunition smuggling conviction.

Monday, August 27, 2018

Reports of El Mayo managing an escape on Sunday

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat material from La Silla Rota thank you BB follower



An operation by elements of the Mexican Navy and Army was mobilized in the zone of Limon de Los Ramos, of one of the ranches that is presumed to belong to Ismael “El Mayo” Zambada.

Unofficially, it is reported that the capo was at the ranch, called Rancho Santa Clara, but managed to escape just before military arrived yesterday.

Violence, marginalization and cultural factors, the story behind a Sicario in Mexico

Translated by El Profe for Borderland Beat from Animal Politico

The X-ray of the Mexican hit man, conducted by the psychologist Arcelia Ruíz Vázquez, revealed that poverty, violence and narco-culture are factors that can predispose young people to choose to participate in criminal activities.

El estudio arrojó que existen cuatro perfiles predominantes de sicarios en el país: marginal, antisocial, psicopático y sádico.
Photo: Cuartoscuro
Behind a person who chooses murder as a way of working in Mexico there are situations of poverty, violence, and, sometimes, psychopathic profiles, which are combined with sociocultural factors that enhance criminal activity, indicates an investigation carried out Arcelia Ruíz Vázquez, doctor in psychology, whose results were disseminated by Conacyt. 

Through psychometric tests carried out on prisoners in the Social Readaptation Center of Acapulco, Guerrero, and consulting with experts in criminal psychology, Dr. Ruiz devised The X-ray of the Mexican Sicario, in which she explains predominant features among those who dedicate themselves to this activity that has gained momentum during the last five years, in which homicides have increased 28.48%.

According to figures from the National Public Security System, in 2013, 18,110 intentional homicides were committed in Mexico, and for 2017, 25,316 were recorded. 

El Mencho alone in the mountain border of Jalisco and Michoacan -if he is captured, then who will take over CJNG?

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from La Silla Rota


Hidden in the mountains of Jalisco and Michoacan, Mencho's close circle is being neutralized little by little-what becomes of the cartel if Mencho is captured?


During the dawn of August 15, in the city of San Julian, Jalisco, there was a clash between an armed group and elements of the Secretariat of National Defense (Sedena). 

The shootout ended after the criminals fled the scene leaving two dead, three detainees, three wounded soldiers, and a seizure of a rocket launcher, eight Barret rifles, 47 long weapons, 30 hand guns of various caliber, and a massive amount of ammunition.

 The confrontation was the consequence of an operation, a part of the intense move to capture the leader of the Cartel Jalisco New Generation (CJNG), Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes, best known as “El Mencho”.  On the same day of the confrontation, the attorney general’s office or PGR, increased the reward for information leading to his capture to 30 million pesos.


Sunday, August 26, 2018

Navy kills seven criminals in Puebla, including Commander 30

Posted by Char BB Forum  from El Sol de Puebla



 Navy kills seven  criminals in Puebla

Among those killed is Commander 30, alleged leader of organized crime linked to several executions in the state

Seven suspected fuel thieves were killed early Sunday, during a clash with elements of the Secretariat of Navy, near the province of San Miguel Espejo, in the Puebla capital.

Under the anonymity, police sources commented to this media that among the now deceased, is El Comandante 30, alleged leader of organized crime, linked to several executions in Puebla.

The first reports indicate that the events occurred on a dirt road surrounded by agricultural land, near the auxiliary board of San Miguel Espejo.  The elements of the Navy were conducting a surveillance tour of the area, when they encountered a group of subjects who apparently milked the pipelines of Petróleos Mexicanos.

Monterrey N.L.: "La Yegua" head of the Ciclones arrested

Steve CTP posted on BB forum from Mexico Daily, El Universal and La jornada



A suspected regional leader of the Gulf Cartel was arrested yesterday in a joint operation carried out by state and federal agents in Monterrey, Nuevo León.

Héctor Adrián “La Yegua” Lucio Benavides is believed to the head of the Ciclones gang, which works with the Gulf Cartel in the theft of fuel, extortion, kidnapping and trafficking migrants and drugs to the United States.

The Ciclones operate in Nuevo León and Tamaulipas, in the Huasteca region of San Luis Potosí and in northern Veracruz.

The arrest yesterday morning of Lucio and his right-hand man, Christian Aarón Hernández Cabrales, is the result of one year of collaborative investigation by the National Security Commission and local authorities.

Homicides increase substantially in Tijuana, but non-territory war crimes way down

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat


On 22 August, the director of Tijuana’s municipal police, Mario Martinez, provided crime statistics for the first seven months of the year.

In the year to July 2018, violent theft against individuals and businesses decrease by 37%; violent and non-violent vehicle theft decreased by 11% and 41%, respectively; violent residential theft decreased by 35%; violent street robberies by 52%; and overall robberies decreased by 35%. 

The apparent decline in these crimes comes in the context of increasing homicide rates in Tijuana resulting from an escalating turf war between several organised crime groups including the Sinaloa Cartel, the Arellano-Félix Cartel, and the Cártel de Jalisco Nueva Generación (CJNG).

7 dead: An Army captain and six armed men die in a confrontation in La Unión, Guerrero

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from Sur Acapulco



Armed men attacked soldiers on patrol in the community of El Naranjo, of the municipality of La Union, which borders Michoacán, leaving six civilians and a military captain dead, said the spokesman for the Guerrero Coordination Group, Roberto Álvarez Heredia.

Police sources reported that at 7:40 Friday morning they received a report that there was an armed confrontation.

Consulted by telephone, Álvarez Heredia explained that the military was conducting a patrol of the community when they came under gunfire by armed civilians. The soldiers repelled the attack but six gunmen, and an army captain were killed in the clash.

A police report indicates that the captain, identified as Juan Manuel, was shot and wounded in the left leg and abdomen, but died when he was transferred to a hospital.


Saturday, August 25, 2018

"Los Pelones" the criminal cell that is terrorizing Cancún

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from Silla Rota by Alejandra Galicia

"Los Pelones"(the bald-headed ones, baldies), the band that terrorizes Cancun Is linked to homicides and extortions  at nightclubs and bars in Cancun, Playa del Carmen, and Tulum.



 Translation by "Cruz" fro Borderland Beat

Cancun, Q. Roo- The nightlife just isn't the same in Cancun. The drug dealing, extortion, and kidnappings have changed the image of the popular tourist location.

The dispute for the plaza (turf, seat) has obligated the authorities to reinforce their surveillance in the city to maintain the security of the tourist.

"Los Pelones" is a criminal cell which the government of Quintana Roo attributes for the increase in violence.

This band is behind homicides and extortions against nightclubs and bars in Cancun, Playa del Carmen, and Tulum. They also have several operations in the northern part of the state, where they extort businesses. They are also behind numerous homicides in the area.

Cancun Area: Attorney General admits the state is unable to cope with the increase of crime

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from Reforma



The Office of the Attorney General of Quintana Roo is unable to meet the unusual increase in violence in the State.

In a private meeting with local legislators, Attorney General Miguel Ángel Pech acknowledged that the institution lacks trained and evaluated ministerial police, specialized equipment and greater resources to deal with crime.

"Each Prosecutor has up to 800 cases, we even have 60 employment openings  available for ministerial agents, but there is a lack of trained personnel to fill the vacancies," Pech said, and according to legislative sources.

He also warned that, even if those 60 positions were filled, the staff would still be insufficient.

It is a complex situation", summarized the Prosecutor.

The meeting with legislators took place after the execution of eight people in less than 24 hours, in Cancun last Tuesday.

Homicides have increased 133 percent from January to July, when there were 395 preliminary investigations for that crime; in the same period of 2017, 169 were counted.

Friday, August 24, 2018

Narco lab seized in Tepatitlan Jalisco

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from Informador posted by Mica


Marines located about 45 kilograms of crystal, chemical precursors, as well as equipment and material used to make said drug.

Elements of the Marine Corps located and dismantled a clandestine narcotics laboratory south of Tepatitlán de Morelos, where apparently large quantities of drugs were processed.

Inside they found about 45 kilograms of crustal, chemical precursors, as well as equipment and material used to make the drug, the Navy of Mexico said in a statement.

He said that in recent days almost 60 tons of synthetic drugs and 700 kilograms of cocaine have been seized; seizures that significantly affect the financial and operational structure of the criminal groups that operate in the country.

Tamaulipas: CDN and the Narco Monster Tanks

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat  With Char and LeChef of BB forum



LeChef and Char:
CDN had to abandon this monster
CDN are making incursions into Miguel Aleman and in the recent confrontation they had to abandon a "Monster".  These vehicles have not been seen in a while.

CDN appears to be pushing hard into Rivereña CDN troops appear to be making incursions from Nuevo León and Laredo. Yesterday again armed confrontations where reported between CDN vs CDG.

The thing is Nuevo Laredo is also very very heated right now CDN has been attacking Sedena or Army as of late 4 military members where hurt the other day and 1 soldier did die, plus 3 CDN gangsters died.  

Chivis Note:  Narco monsters were very prevalent in 2010 2011 and 2012.  Zetas were masters at creating these vehicles. 

Another note with respect to the northeast.  There are indicators that CJNG is definitely present and recruiting.  An example is of the nearly 50 CJNG members recently arrested in Chiapas, all were from he NE, including; Coahuila, Tamaulipas, Nuevo Leon, and SLP.

Gro: Former wrongfully imprisoned, Senator-Elect Nestora Salgado supports new administrations drug decriminalization

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from Reforma


Mexico's path to drug decriminalization




Guerrero Senator-elect former activist, commander of community police and formerly wrongfully imprisoned, Nestora Salgado, supports  the next federal government’s position to decriminalize the use of drugs.

Yesterday, Olga Sánchez Cordero, following  the Secretary of the Interior, announced that she will present to the UN an interpretative guideline of international drug treaties in order to make the rules more flexible and move towards decriminalization in Mexico.

In this regard, Nestora Salgo, who was commander of the Community Police of Olinalá, warned that violence around drugs has been responsible for many deaths in Mexico.

Reynosa Tamaulipas: While travelling in their car, footballer, mother gunned down, father, sister hospitalized

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from Reforma


A young third-division footballer and his mother died after being shot by a group of armed men who tried to steal their truck when they returned to Reynosa.

The player was identified by the Mexican Soccer Federation as Cristian Humberto Suárez Hernández and his mother as Fabiola Hernández Romero.

In the vehicle the family traveled, who went to the Municipality of Valle Hermoso for a match of the  San Cosme de Tercera team, where Suárez Hernández played.

At the village Palo Blanco,  between two petrol stations, they came under  a gunshot attack, after they did not immediately heed the command to stop.

Although no authority announced the attack, family social networks confirmed the crime and the Mexican Football Federation sent condolences for the double death.

The events occurred around 8:30 p.m. The father and sister of the soccer player, were also shot and are convalescing in a hospital.

Thursday, August 23, 2018

Tunnel Found in San Luis terminated in a KFC, Brought 'Hard Narcotics' to US

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat -thank you "Slappy" and the guy  who knows nothing 👍          from AZ Public Media

Tunnel on U.S. side terminated in an abandoned KFC


A tunnel was discovered by a policeman on routine traffic stop.

U.S. Border Patrol says a tunnel discovered in the Arizona border town of San Luis was primarily used to bring hard narcotics into the U.S. The tunnel was located following a routine traffic stop by the San Luis Police Department.

Mexican Marina seize 725 Keys of Coke off the coast of Acapulco, Guerrero

Posted by Mica




The Secretariat of Navy-Navy of Mexico managed in Acapulco, Guerrero, the arrest of four alleged traffickers, on board a vessel with 599 packages containing white powder with characteristics similar to cocaine, weighing approximately 725 kilograms, found off the coast of Guerrero.

This action was carried out after carrying out maritime surveillance operations, approximately 40 nautical miles (74 kilometers), southwest of Casa de Piedra, Guerrero, when an aircraft of the Mexican Navy sighted a ship with a suspicious cargo.

U.S. issues advisory after 8 murders in Cancun area

Posted on forum by Canadiana from newsweek and various news agencies identified in text

In the state of Quintana Roo, violence has spread throughout this year due to a dispute between the Jalisco Cartel New Generation and Los Zetas.


Bodies found in trunk

The U.S. State Department issued a level two travel advisory for Mexico after eight bodies were discovered in the beach resort city of Cancun. Some of the bodies were discovered in the trunk of a taxi cab and at least two bodies were found dismembered. [and one decapitated]

The bodies of a man and a woman were discovered shoved into the trunk of an abandoned taxi cab at a shopping mall in the early hours Monday, the Riveria Maya News reported. The identities of the two victims was unknown.

Authorities discovered the bodies of two men dismembered and placed in several plastic bags at another location, the Associated Press reported. The bodies, which were not identified, were discovered on Rancho Viejo avenue, according to Mexican news organization EJE Central.


Aztecas gang leader "El Pelon" executed in Cereso 3 Juarez prison

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from Excelsior-thank you BB follower👏

Dead inmate was involved in the Juarez massacre of 11

11 strangled in Juarez safe house

A leader of the Los Aztecas gang was killed with a knife during a fight that took place inside CERESO 3 in Ciudad Juarez, the State Attorney's Office said. Four additional men were injured.

The victim was identified by the Special Prosecutor's Office, as Daniel Calderón Queen, 36, a member of the Los Aztecas gang.

The deceased was involved in the aggravated homicide of 8 men and 3 women, on August 3 at a safe house in the Praderas de los Oasis neighborhood in Ciudad Juarez.

The prison clash occurred in a corridor inside the CERESO, between gang members of Los Aztecas and  Artistas Asesinos.

The official report indicated: "around 8:20 hours this Wednesday, August 22, there was a notice of a fight in the corridor of the area that connects to the hospital, when inmates who went to the hearing were confronted."

In addition, in the preliminary report, it is made known that  four people were injured , which were attended by the medical staff of the Penitentiary Center, but Daniel Calderón Queen lost his life while receiving medical attention in a hospital.

PGR has insufficient evidence to prosecute Javier Duarte for Organized Crime

Chivis Martinez Borderland Best



The PGR [attorney general] office says it has insufficient evidence to prosecute Javier Duarte, the former governor of Veracruz, for the crime of “organized crime”.  

The charges will be reclassified to “criminal association”, which is a much less serious offense and one that could give Duarte bail opportunity, although the A.G. says Duarte is a flight risk.  There is already a historical account of his fleeing to Guatemala previously.  The AG is determined to keep Duarte in prison as he awaits trial on the new charge. 

He is also charged with Crime of “operations with illegal resources."

The federal A.G. made it clear that his is one process against Duarte, there are additional charges against him by the A.G. of Veracruz.

Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Mexico's new security secretary favors marijuana legalization

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from Universal and Mexico Daily

"My personal position is in favor of marijuana"

AMLO with Durazo

The man proposed to be Mexico’s next public security secretary has admitted he favors the legalization of marijuana.

Alfonso Durazo Montaño express his view in Cuernavaca, Morelos, before attending a forum on drug policy with other members of the new federal administration, representatives and experts from the scientific and academic communities and members of civil organizations.

Durazo told reporters he was in favor of the legalization of marijuana for recreational and medical use but cautioned that it was his personal belief and he would not attempt to impose it during the talks.

Mexican Navy scores another hit in Sinaloa, 10 tons of synthetic drug

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from Reforma



Navy elements in Culiacán, Sinaloa, seized approximately 10 tons of synthetic drugs stored in sacks and 1,200 liters in drums with solid and liquid “crystal”, with a high degree of purity.

The Navy said that this confiscation weakens the financial structure of the criminal groups of that region, where the Sinaloa Cartel operates.

"The location of the drug was derived from technical intelligence work, where it was learned that in the town of Los Cedros, Culiacán, there was an area where the loading and transportation of tons of synthetic drug was being conducted,” he explained in a statement release.

"During the operation, land units were used, with the purpose of having Marine Infantry personnel enter the area located in the Sierra de Sinaloa, where it was possible to secure the processed solid and liquid drug."

On August 17, the Navy detected and dismantled a narcolaboratory, also in the Sierra de Sinaloa, where there were at least 50 tons of drug, solid and liquid crystal type.