Friday, August 31, 2018

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.


In addition, there was a  shooting  in  Las Ventanas:

According to neighbors, armed men arrived at the Las Ventanas community in the same municipality and fired from the hills against the houses, but no injuries were reported.

Recently they had attacked Las Ventanas and the families of Otatlán helped them out of their homes to escape the violence, so now they also attacked them.

A first report indicates that the conflicts registered in Las Ventanas and Otatlán occurred because a group headed by a man identified as "Isaac" entered the group, confronted by the auto-defenses of the sierra.

They also reported that "Isaac" was accompanied by a cell that had left  the band Los Tequileros, who intend to seize the drug trafficking routes.

The communities are located in the upper part of the Sierra de Guerrero, about 15 hours from the municipal capital and in the vicinity of the Costa Grande region.

Violence in  Zihuatanejo:

Sources from the State Secretariat of Public Safety reported that minutes after 9:00 pm on Wednesday, a couple was shot and wounded in downtown Zihuatanejo. Witnesses claimed that the victims were inside the "3 Brothers" bar, where armed men arrived and shot them.

Afterwards, Red Cross paramedics arrived who treated the two wounded and transferred them to a hospital to receive medical attention, while state and municipal police searched for the aggressors, but did not find them.

 Three Veracruz victims found in Coyuquilla Norte, Petatlán:

The three men shot and found Tuesday in Coyuquilla Norte in Petatlán were from Veracruz and one was a teacher. Sources of the Forensic Medical Service (Semefo) reported that the victims were the 50-year-old Miguel teacher, his son Miguel and his son-in-law who did not specify his name.

The report indicates that the three came to Guerrero to pick up the body of one of their relatives who was kidnapped, but they did not return to Veracruz. The bodies of the victims were handed over to their relatives.

On Tuesday afternoon, the bodies of three men shot and killed inside a vehicle were found on the cruise that goes to the community of Coyuquilla Norte.

46 comments:

  1. How fucking stupid are whoever is behind this shit. You fire at an entire town instead of searching for whomever you want to get. Or clashing or ambushing the group ur after. This is just lazy and dumb.

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    1. exactly! cant call themselves sicarios.
      sicarios are professionals.

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    2. I agree dumb bastards, they just drive attention to themselves. There is no honor in these people. Old school narcos did not interfere with civilians, these are terrorists. I hope they all get killed for affecting people who have nothing to do with the drug trade.

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  2. En la sierra no hay ley más que la ley de hierro props and respect to the people who dia a dia sale adelante para morir nacimos theres no other path como pistolero retirado está vida es corta muy recia y al final nada se lleva uno
    Pistolero internacional

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  3. 100 sicarios and only 7 dead..must of been tweaked out cjng sicarios.

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    1. I don't thinks he's a hater. If you think about it. 100 so called sicarios and only 7 people dead? They have to be the worse trained people in the world. Not that I want or wanted more deaths. But that's a very weird ratio .
      Rubio

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    2. And the 7 dead were also sicarios.

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  4. What do you call a country that is at war? Not necessarily against the ruling government but with other armed groups. Small armed groups do whatever they want from execution videos to drug smuggling and dissapear bus load of students. The government is in cahoots at times. What do you call this?

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    1. The bus load of students was the Gov. ... and imagine if they did that just how many other atrocities were committed by the gov.and blamed on the narcos I'm not saying the narcos are good guys far from it but they know if they kill alot of people that have nothing to do with the business that alot of attention will be put on them and their loved ones, so why jeperdiz losing your plaza over something like that it makes no sense unless the gov. Does those things to get the people to turn on the cartel of their choosing in the 80s it was Tijuana then 90s cdg early 2000's to now it was the zetas and now its starting to go to cjng ...like I said before these guys do kill alot and they truly are garbage but usually it's people who are in the business or relatives of those people

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    2. The world calls it narco capitalism and Mexico calls it Saturday night...
      GC

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    3. Armed conflict. - Sol Prendido

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    4. 4:03 Destabilizing operations to steal from the Mexican government are nothing new, this shit still smells like shit.
      "Confessions of an Economic Hit Man", By John Perkins, you can buy the book for 3 dollars on the internet these days.
      And stop believing chismes and gossip.

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    5. You call it civil war, revolution, or worst yet genocide sometimes... i live here in mexico and you look after yourself from police cartel and tweakers.

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    6. Destabilizion! Is what its called.
      The decades of corruption and lawlessness is what created this epidemic. Government is to blame for the rise of this problem.

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    7. From what i have gathered by my own observance is that this is more of a genocide/cleansing. A revolution is historically led by a small group of indivisuals who want change for better of society. The hatred that exists in Mexico is not just the masked guy about to behead an individual for buying weed from a dealer. The hatred exists in the rich who hate the poor. The light skin who make fun of the short dark skinned. All that hatred envites evil. That movie the Purge makes alot of sense in Mexico. And the govt has alot to do with this evil.

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  5. Who is shooting this place up???

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  6. Study "Mob Rule" and then read about packs of domesticated dogs that for some reason turn feral and start attacking everything they see. It goes beyond disturbing. The only path that can work against events like this would come from local honest law enforcement which in Mexico sounds like an Oxymoron.

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    1. “that for some reason turn feral” There’s a good reason why this happens. Yet many refuse to acknowledge the truth there. Those who hold onto just worldly knowledge are adamant and live in denial about its presence. - Sol Prendido

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    2. @Sol

      “Those who hold onto just worldly knowledge are adamant and live in denial about its presence”

      Are you talking about the spiritual problems fueled by the violence and the satanic practices of many people? https://www.aciprensa.com/noticias/que-hacer-cuando-un-pais-queda-infestado-por-demonios-el-exorcista-fortea-responde-18946 Because if that’s what you are thinking, i agree. I even posted Saint Paul the other day in this http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2018/08/reporter-murdered-third-reporter-in.html thread because i’m staunchly convinced that this is not only a mundane war, this is also a spiritual war or the highest magnitude.

      El Martillo

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    3. Martillo yes! I’m not a religious person. But I’ve seen things that have no other logical explanation. There is a force there that man cannot control. Nor will we ever control it. - Sol Prendido

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    4. @Sol

      I agree, i have had very similar experiences. Experiences which led me to the conviction that the 1 Pedro 5:8 is most definitely true “Sed sobrios, y velad; porque vuestro adversario el diablo, como león rugiente, anda alrededor buscando a quien devorar”.

      May God help us all and all the Mexicans of good will, for it is not only our life that is at stake here.

      El Martillo

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    5. I read the the book "meth equals sorcery" in treatment. Coming from an ex meth head, that book has a lot of similarities to the evil stuff I was doing, thinking. Obviously not cartel level stuff,but still evil. I have a kindergarten understanding of religion but but I believe in God. If you have one,you have other trying to bring you down. That meth crap is bad!

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    6. Thanks for that 5:14. I’ll definitely check that book out. - Sol Prendido

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  7. 1 Gente Nueva or Antrax highly and efficiently trained Sicario is worth more than a 100 of these hungry sicarios in guerrero.

    SICARIO 006

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    1. How many cartel gang members in cds or cjng?

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    2. C'mon now sicario 006, that's really not what you wanted to say. Showing your true colors now huh? It was a matter of time.

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    3. The real SICARIO 006 won’t be too happy about this

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  8. Surround them Marinas you have more than enough firepower please México stop bleeding so sad....

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  9. I put CJNG in the same group as Z's, dirty bastards that have no respect. Mencho and his primitive tribe. We're seeing Z's era all over again when they start recruiting people from the South that don't even respect their own mothers, killing women/children at will.

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  10. You guys really think only six died? The place where my family is from there was a shootout. A truck load with more than 20 bodies in Guerrero dead. On the media only 3 died...

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    1. Well Sonny boy, tell your family to send fotos, of truck load of dead bodies, otherwise it is hearsay, rumor.

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    2. 1059.
      You really should listen instead of being a smart ass

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  11. SEVEN, you have any source we can use ?

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  12. Great the town's people Autodefensas, rose to attack the lowlifes criminals, yipee 7 of the sicaros dead. This is what other parts of Mexico, should be doing...establishing Autodefensas. Since the government is to slow to react to the help of the people.

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  13. How do you get a comment on here? Holy cow, you govern this site just as your country’s local municipalities govern their local cartel. By picking their favourite. Disappointing Chivis. I guess I should screen pic this post and head to Facebook!

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    1. Oy esa mamada, my comments always get posted. Must be your content, if it's not valuable it's not needed.

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    2. If its not a socialst loving left leaning anti US comment they wont post it. But if its a viva mexico comment they will. Mexico is a war torn corrupt country spiraling into chaos. And theyre attitude is mexico and mexicans can do no wrong. Only the gringos fault. Its the gringos fault mexico is like it is.

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  14. I am now moderating all comments alone. We have been getting 300 or more a day plus spam and I have to read each one, look at links to news and videos etc. I answer as many questions as possible.

    I can not read all comment, I have a life and everyone is a volunteer here.

    You are spreading falsedades saying I only published those I like. But it speaks for itself.

    And if you did not realize we have been short on reporters I have pounding out posts each day ...alone. I think posts are more important that comments. and I have a family and profession.

    I am not getting what you mean by going to FB, but nothing is stopping you,

    I am in favor of having everyone register to comment. and we may do that. that would cut down on comments.


    as the rules says on this page:

    COMMENTS:
    We do not publish all comments, and we do not publish comments immediately


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    1. Doing a fabulous job chibis! 99.5 percent here love you. That half percent can go f@#k themselves. Don't post this. Just for you.
      Big fan of bb
      Mn

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  15. Having spent 3 years in that part of the world, the Autodefensas most likely do not have cuernos de chiva or other military guns, but have old single shot 22s and a few shotguns. I overheard a firefight between a grupo malo and a community autodefensas. It lasted about 5 or 10 minutes. Heavy machine gun fire with a few occasional shots. Oh, and to the question of pics, the old three monkeys comes to mind, if you want to keep alive. Many bad stuff goes on in that part that never makes the 'news'.

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