Tuesday, August 21, 2018

8 killed in less than 12 hours in Cancun

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from Reforma


In less than 12 hours eight bodies have been found in different parts of Cancun, Quintana Roo.

The first two, apparently a man and a woman, were reported at 6:50 am in front of Block 23.

Subsequently, in Region 206, shots were reported, and they found a bagged corpse.

In Region 251 two corpes were found in an abandoned taxi.

An additional executed body  was found in the Villas Otoch Paradise Fractionation, in Supermanzana 259, with two shots to the head.

Finally, the last two bodies were found on dirt roads of the Tres Reyes and El Pedregal colonies.

55 comments:

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    1. mexicans vs mexicans.

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    2. CJNG vs anybodys guess... could be Sinalo, Zetas or CDG

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    3. I think Cancun will soon be the next Acapulco

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    4. Not really, Cancun hotel zone and touristic zones are pretty much safe, unlike Acapulco. Most killings are in the "Regiones", which are slums in the outskirts and far away from downtown or touristic zones

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    5. Cjng and zetas

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    6. Then it will spread across the Yucatan Peninsula to Merida, one of the last peaceful big cities in the country.

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  2. Mencho is taking over all of Mexico

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    1. 8:58 not sonora not zacatecas not tams not durango not chihuas.....n much more..

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    2. 12:25 you know he operates in Sinaloa too. Do you remember he used to be cds partner in crime. Just like cds operates in Guadalajara wuchnis the second biggest city in Mexico.

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    3. Mencho will be the new Hitler of Mexico, after all the government, sits back, and let it's citizens get killed, raped.

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    4. 5:24 mencho tried to close a deal with damaso which would off opened a door in to sinaloa but got busted right before deal was done...guadalajara zapopan etc are perfect cities to launder money 1 reason why cds is there not so much for drug running..

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  3. Cancun is quickly losing its idyllic holiday vibe. Blue waters, soft sandy beaches and bronzed boobies being replaced by rotting corpses, rampant cartel warfare and an ever increasing air of menace. Like the once glamarous Acapulco, Cancun will end up a ghost town with tumbleweed for company. Cartel scum ruining another Mexican beauty spot.

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    1. Acapulco is a low-income tourist hotspot for mexicans.
      Cancun and Riviera Maya are international tourism powerhouses.

      Crime in Acapulco is rampant everywhere, most crime in Cancun is in the impoverished areas far from downtown and hotel zone

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    2. “Cancun and Riviera Maya are international tourism powerhouses.“

      Not for long, trust me on that.

      El Martillo

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    3. 50 years ago many American movie stars went to Acapulco for vacation. When I went 2 years ago I was the only American but I did run into a guy from Naples...:-)

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  4. I hear that the split between CJNG has expanded beyond the Jalisco area and this is in fact CJNG vs. CDS/the new faction CJNG.

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    1. Only matter of time before cjng splitts up, its plaza leaders will think theyre so powerful n untouchable that will go on their own without answering to mencho

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    2. La línea n los rojos feeling the heat from cjng

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    3. Only el cholo and el marro split but marro's people are getting slaughtered, literally. El cholo is putting up a fight but eventually with be taken out

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  5. Cartels are scarying away tourist from enjoying, a vacation. Mexico is becoming like Brazil.

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    1. Thats what happens when you let criminals operate with impunity and the population just accepts as " normal ".

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  6. @Chivis this is making headlines in the US now. That's pretty fast, usually it's a few days.

    Mica

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    1. hey Mica! you need to get your CANCUN post going again on BB Forum.

      and BB followers
      anyone can add to it and other posts on BB ForumūüĎŹ

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  7. The country is already going broke. The cartel members complain about the lack of work and use that as an excuse to join up, when they are the ones causing the lack of work. No wonder everyone lives in shacks and eat soup all day. The Cartels are a cancer

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    1. “The Cartels are a cancer”

      And that’s how those subhuman parasites should be treated: like a cancer. But when someone dresses them up in lingerie like the sissies they are, or when someone obliges them to make out and fuck each other, there are people who complain (even though you are just giving those cum dumpsters what they really want, since most of them are scared chickenshit with no huevos, who are
      cabrónes only when it comes to bullying helpless civilians).

      El Martillo

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    2. Mr 1054 me eat pinto beans, con tortillas ye queso. But not soup everyday, man you crazy.

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    3. You reall think those guys are scared chickenshit?...These guys attack the army even at a disadvantage, they shoot it out with other cartels and are always risking their lives...Their courage might be a bit misplaced but it takes courage to do those things. If your opinion is different, that's cool everyone is entitled to one. But you lower yourself to there level in my eyes when you talk smack. You could always prove me wrong and go express yourself to them personally and let us know how that works out.

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    4. @unkown I know they are chicken poop! Why do you think the majority of them have to use drugs?

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    5. @8:02

      Yeah, it takes a lot of courage to kill innocent people. So much courage that everytime people fought back they got their asses handed to them.

      And they are literally no match against the military.

      They are only vermins who take advantage of the corruption of the system and rely on their complete lack of morals to scare people. That’s not courage, that’s being animals.

      And those of us who haven’t been corrupted kill them exactly like the animals they are.

      Feel free to think that people who have no qualms about raping and killing little girls have “courage”. To me they will always be a lower life form than bacteria.

      El Martillo

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    6. @10:45

      Exactly. They are strong against the weak and weak against the strong. Even when the filthy Zetas were at their peak they relied on low life vermins who were as high as a kite, so they were literally cannon fodder who weren’t “scared” just because they had too few functioning brain cells to understand that they were no match. This, barring the original members, the founders of the Zetas, who had indeed a top notch training.

      Another one who was the real deal, apart from the original Zetas founders, was “El Compayito”, alias Garc√≠a Montoya, Make no mistake, he certainly deserved to be put six feet under like every cartel member, he deserved nothing but contempt, but that cabr√≥n was no joke.

      But let me tell you something: people like @8:02 are part of the problem: as long as too many people have a sometimes grudging, sometimes open, respect for the cartels, making pathetic pissing contests about what cartel is the most badass and what cartel is the most respectful of Mexican people (there is no “good” cartel: they are only a bunch of parasitical cockroaches who are sucking the life out of Mexico, with no redeeming qualities whatsoever) the situation won’t change and we will always be in a world of shit.

      El Martillo

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    7. There are only a few who really have the stomach and brains to be successful without having to use drugs daily. I speak of who I use to know in Matamoros. Osiel, Lazcano, Havelka. The crews in Tamaulipas now depend on drugs for their strength and courage. I don’t know crews now, but I am sure Mayo and Mencho don’t use.

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  8. There will be no one left to extort. Fn idiots.

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  9. unite --and cartels would be a force to reckon with worldwide-more power more profit -less bloodshed--NO,,just keep killing each other-- ur making polititions millions

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  10. And yet some people have the gall to say that Cancun is safe and that those who argue otherwise are just trying to put it down, LOL.

    El Martillo

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    1. It is safe..you just need the balls to walk the streets and not be a pussy

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    2. I live in Cancun, it's pretty much safe. Killings here and there, no different to any other city. LA, Oakland. Just more hype because it is a tourist spot, at 60 years of age, its still a virgin to a lot of the things going on. It is not worse than Morelos or Guerrero for example. - kao

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    3. LA has almost 4 million population with 290 murders
      cancun has what 700 thousand? with the apx same amount of murders. so I would say it is much different.

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    4. Cancun is higher than LA, but one could skew the numbers with +7M visitors (not that LA does not have a good amount of visitors too).

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    5. @10:46

      You don’t know what you are talking about, mate. Come to Guerrero and let’s see how much time you survive.

      El Martillo

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    6. @4:44

      Here we go with the denial, Chivis, jajajaja. I knew it was coming. It didn’t take a bloody clairvoyant XD.

      El Martillo

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    7. LA 50M visitors i think chiraq is a better comparative, but even that you will have problems with

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    8. When you put it that way Chivis... I take back my comment! ;-)

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    9. lol..i think your argument is best served when pointing out that it is not foreigners that are being targeted and killed.
      I remember when drugs and gangs caused run away violence in L.A. [my hometown] and murder rate was around 34 or so per 100k! it is now about 5 or 6. and less than 300 murders for a large place like LA.

      I do not expect that QRoo will have problems for a long stretch. Mexico will step in big time with federal assistance to protect the lucrative tourist hub. if they do not, or wait too late they will have another aca on their hands. today aca has few american tourists due to the violence, most are mexican nationals because of the low rates.

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    10. @10:46

      You don’t know what you are talking about, mate. Come to Guerrero and let’s see how much time you survive.

      El Martillo

      I'm from Morelos "mate". Are there still 5 different cartels fighting for your plaza? It's been like that in Cuautla for years. - kao

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    11. @8:00 AM

      As i said, you aren’t very informed (to put it mildly). In Guerrero we have ten cartels, five of which are top levels. As for the murders in the last year, take a look https://www.eleconomista.com.mx/politica/El-2017-registro-la-tasa-mas-alta-de-homicidios-desde-que-se-tiene-registro--20180730-0027.html

      El Martillo

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    12. 5 carteles se pelean por guerrero, los otros son pandillas locales. Como dije arriba, "por lo menos 5 en Morelos" si contara yo las pandillas o grupos peque√Īos en yaute, yecap, annene, o villa. pues tambi√©n doy con 10 y ni menciono Cuerna porque no frecuento. Confiar en el gobierno..el INE para un conteo de muertos es un 50/50, conf√≠as en lo que te indica el gobierno? Para que entrar mas en detalle. Pero el echo sigue igual, Cancun no es mas peligroso que Morelos o Guerrero. Pero al parecer tu comentario da a pensar que tu piensas que si lo es, ya que al parecer tu vives aqu√≠ en Cancun. - kao

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    13. “5 carteles se pelean por guerrero, los otros son pandillas locales”

      Call them what you like, man, i’ve been the first to differentiate between the big shots and the others.

      “Confiar en el gobierno..el INE para un conteo de muertos es un 50/50, conf√≠as en lo que te indica el gobierno? Para que entrar mas en detalle.”

      I’ve never said that the datas were chirurgically correct, there are a lot of deaths that go unreported because of fear and some investigations lead to slightly different results, but even in 2018 we are near the top of the list http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2018/07/2018-mexico-murder-rate-set-to-break.html Make of these datas what you will.

      “Cancun no es mas peligroso que Morelos o Guerrero”

      Where have i said or implied this?

      “Pero al parecer tu comentario da a pensar que tu piensas que si lo es”

      Wait, what? You have greatly misunderstood my posts, then. My posts were just fucking with all of those who always shit on Acapulco and magnify Cancun, as if Cancun is some kind of safe haven. I know that it is still safer than Acapulco, but i kind of have an hard time to tolerate its admirers who are all busy to discredit every criticism, even when they have to go against reality.

      If you refer to my first answer to you, i had written that post because unfortunately i’ve seen many studs with that attitude of yours meeting the Grim Reaper way too early. I have some experience in the matter, trust me in that.

      Take care, compa.

      El Martillo


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  11. Cancun is turning into Chicago.

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    1. Actually turning into Brazil.

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    2. @10:53

      Well, Detroit’s murder rate has already surpassed Brazil murder rate by a huge margin.

      El Martillo

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    3. I still say Brazilian people are getting killed more than Chicago, but Mexico is turning, into Brazil.

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    4. @7:47

      Certain Mexican states make Brazil look like child’s play even now, man. I’m from Guerrero so you can take my word for it.

      El Martillo

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  12. One thing that is not taken into account is honesty of the numbers. Chicago has high numbers, but these numbers are accurate. As most locals would agree, the government in Brazil or Mexico has no accountability.

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