Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Chihuahua:: Leader of La Linea "El Sexto" confirmed captured

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from La Jornada



In a joint operation, members of the National Defense Secretariat and Federal Police personnel detained Julio César Oliva Torres, El Sexto or El Sixto in the state of Chihuahua.  He is  identified as one of the leaders of the La Línea criminal group, considered the enforcement  arm of the Juarez Cartel.

Sources of the federal government indicated that El Sexto worked under the orders of Carlos Arturo Quintana, "El Ochenta" "80", who was arrested months ago and who was the head of La Línea in the Chihuahua highlands.


In the mountain area the control of the routes of distribution is disputed, as well as the cultivation of poppy and marijuana, between the organizations of the Linea and Nueva Gente, whereas the first group  work with the Cartelof Juarez the second are part of the  Sinaloa Cartel.

Oliva Torres, besides being included in the list of 122 priority objectives of the federal government, was considered the successor of Carlos Arturo Quintana El Ochenta .

Now fronting the cell  could be Daniel Manjarrez El H2 or Roberto Montes El Mudo aka  32, with whom Ochenta and the Sexto shared operations in communities such as Guerrero, Basaseachi, Maguarichi and Uruachi.

Through his twitter account the Secretary of the Interior, Alfonso Navarrete Prida reported that the intelligence, investigation and field operations of the Mexican government's security cabinet allowed the capture of one of the 122 priority objectives and recognized the Federal Police and the Sedena for the arrest made, but did not specify more details.

47 comments:

  1. Damn another Linea leader poached. That didn't last long.

    Phelpso

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    1. This dude been around more then a decadw

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    2. Did ya here that in Juarez kids are being kidnapped for their organs. There is an alert amongst people from chihuahua

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    3. @9:05 not as the leader. El Gato, El 80, now this guy?!

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    4. Yeah but I was more referring to the fact that el 80 just got popped a couple months ago.

      Phelpso

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  2. Hopefully he can make peace with the aztecas. Stop the bloodshed already. The state’s been on fire for 15 years. Chill out for like 5 years. Watch some dbz. Go to Chucky’s and get you a burrito. Or Rafas burger shop. O vallan con los menones comansen una nieve. Unos rounds de fifa. Pero ya aplaquén su pedo.

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    1. Wish they did make peace with everybody in Juarez but often times pride and stubborness follows dumbfucks like this till their capture or miserable deaths.

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    2. This is the fucker who replaced the Azteca leader Tablas with el 300 a Mexican replacement causing Aztecas to split from them and starting this whole war in the first place. Another of his capos and a financial adviser just got captured as well.
      This will stop the recent spate of executions for the time being and hopefully the next guy in charge of La Linea will seek peace with the Aztecas.
      Fuck this guy here.

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    3. This mother fuck right here cause the rupture? Alright. Ok. He’s gotta go. Time to squash this and kill a few of the provokers and back to making money.
      We running out of men out here in Chihuahua. Lotta women tho. Fine ass women.

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    4. Maybe Aztecas snitching?

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    5. Aztecas do not snitch. They are a prison gang after all. Unless tortured the way cops torture people in Mexico. Anybody would snitch under those circumstances however.
      Chihuahua government just got tired of these piece of shit trouble makers that are turning Juarez into the place it was three or more years ago.

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    6. 10:13 - Yeah for real, i dont care who you are. Anyone will eventually break under torture.

      Phelpso

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  3. CDS getting the path cleared for them.

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    1. CDS is weak in Chihuas now. They do not have the manpower anymore to attack Juarez again. They have the mules and some heads to simply move drugs through there but not soldiers to completely take over. At least for the near future.

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  4. Ya no existe el CDJ.....ya Es Pura Linea y gente del Tigre

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    1. El Tigraso. Hombre fino

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  5. This is the guy that gave piso to el chato in la junta-guerrero... but theres already someone in guerrero giving orders to make sure gente nueva del tigre dont step in which they already did once but fled when they saw los linieros respondiendo

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  6. It was sited this guy got caught in Juarez with couple kilos of crystal

    Hmmmm interesting...

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    1. La línea is done. Everyone thought and hoped that the Carrillo would come back and take the riens. He didn’t. He’s in hiding. CdJ is done.

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  7. Mencho barely escapes this time

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  8. Gente Nueva Special Activities Division operatives are eliminating all La Linea cells one by one.These are not your average hitman.Their training is very intensive and up to the standards of the British Special forces .In fact they have recieved training from an MI6 officer and a Special Air Service colonel in covert reconnaissance, counter-terrorism, direct action and hostage rescue.

    SICARIO 006

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    1. Eye roll..........

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    2. There is no "British Special Forces". It's "Special Air Service".

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    3. I thought these comments would get old eventually but they don’t. Makes me laugh every time

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    4. OMG Sicario 0006, are you for real, the British special ops are in Mexico? Holy bumble bee, let me tell my Bros.

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    5. Dude this shit is funny
      Keep em’ coming

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    6. 10:22 - haha same. Always cracks me up.

      Phelpso

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    7. Funny thing is ... He Aint lying

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    8. 923 yep I read it again, de Sacario 0006, said,the British Special ops are in Mexico now as we speak 😂holy cowwabanga!

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  9. Chapos people won the war. La Linea and Aztecas are in shambles.

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    1. keep dreaming/hoping and praying cheerleader, the cds could not win even with the help of the gov/military, and it cant win now. the cds has not won a decisive and clear victory any where, they have only created chaos and death

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  10. Hmm. Him and Quintana were La Linea's leaders according to the DEA. Eduardo Ravelo was captured earlier in the year, and now there's reports of fighting between Barrio Aztecas and La Linea. It's been a bad year for the Juarez Cartel and their affiliated groups.

    The list of 122 targets is down to 12, by my count.

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    1. on the other hand, El 300, Vicente Carrillo Leyva, and Cesar Carrillo Leyva were released this year (I assume Cesar was released this year).

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  11. Who’s next in line? Anyone have a clue yet.

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  12. El Mayo getting the road cleared thanks to the DEA. Never trust CDS they will turn in family just so they could still be free.

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    1. Mayo will not attack Juarez again. Back around 15 years ago Mayo used to help Amado Carrillo run that cartel and he seemed opposed to attack it in the first place. Gente Nueva was created to attack CDJ in Chihuahua and they were under direct command of Chapo not Mayo. Not only that but CDS is just as badly hurt in Chihuahua as CDJ and CDS does not have the home turf advantage. It is the truth

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    2. Compa hace 15 años Amado ya avia fallecido yo creo que no sabes nada del ruedo. Mayo era compadre de Amado. Cuando mataron a Rodolfo fue cuando el Mayo mejor se retiro de los negocios con Vicente. Lo que pasa hoy en dia es que no hay lideres con fuerza como antes lo que causa violencia entre todos. Cds controla todo el sur del estado de Chihuahua la linea la region de Cuahutemoc Juarez Ojinaga y parte de la capital. Y un estado no invade a otro esas son pendejadas que piensan los que no saben del negocio Sinaloa y Chihuahua siempre an trabajado juntos con la gente de Durango y Sonora tambien. Eso de que Sinaloa ataca a Chihuahua son mentiras compa se pelea el territorio estrategico para mover y sembrar es todo.

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    3. No importa cuando trabajaron juntos. Lo importante es que sepan que trabajaron juntos los dos capos. Y claro que no se habla de gente de un estado atacando a otro. Son gente de un grupo contra otro grupo por cualquier motivo y estos grupos son compuestos por gente de varios estados.
      Y pues si no ay lideres con fuersa es el plan de E.U. para hacer que se peleen entre todos y tal ves haci ganar esto de las drogas.
      "Dividir y conquistar" es la estrategia y estos cuates narcos de hoy en dia caen en la plena trampa como pendejos que son.

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  13. Sad what’s happening in my home country of Mexico I thank god every day I am in the USA, this drug game is a revolving door and will eat all these people involved alive. Educate yourself and work hard people!

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    1. Glad you're here. I've lived in predominately Latino neighborhoods my whole life. You guys are some of the most welcoming and hard working people there are. It's to bad these narco scumbags and corrupt officials put such a cloud over all Latinos.

      Phelpso

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    2. Phelpso, it must be something deep rooted into our Latin Heritage. I’m half Puerto Rican and Half Mexican but I was raised by my mother who is from PR. The corruption runs rampant over there. The whole airport was run by corrupt officials, using baggage handlers to board cocaine onto planes headed to NY. Police were bringing victims to rival gangs. A couple of my good friends were police officers in PR and they told me they were only paid 14 bucks and hour so they’d rather accept a 5K bribe and look the other way. Hell, they went bankrupt as a whole. 🤦🏽‍♂️ Why can’t we ever get our sh1t together? Is it because we don’t want to

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  14. What ever happened to JL? Is he still in hiding? I thought he was the leader of CDJ

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    1. It looks like he was killed a few years back they’re even pinning that death on chapo according to court documents

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  15. Also, what happened to "El Mónico? He was the one that would post on his Facebook that he dedicated himself to killing people.

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    1. Hopefully he was taken care of by the soup maker.

      Phelpso

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  16. If linea had been able to wage all these conflicts and executions then there is still a leader somewhere that is not visible.

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  17. 7:03 invisible leaders is the facts of life,
    Investigators drag their ass out of their lairs, fortresses, and caves, just follow the money anywhere you see it.

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