Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Video: Commando Convoy Reynosa preempts a day of shootouts and chases

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat sent in by "Noah" thank you👏 facebook,twitter, zocalo


A commando convoy of 14 or more vehicles driving around Reynosa, Tamaulipas on Carretera Ribereña [ highway 2], a main highway. [other reports say SMA from Monday followed by today in Reynosa]


A prolonged shooting in neighborhoods of Reynosa this morning and with a confrontation yesterday afternoon in Miguel Aleman, the cell of a criminal group clashed against rival groups who want to displace them from the Ribereña region and Reynosa.  There were several hour long chases and shootouts throughout the day.

The first reports of shootings began to spread in networks at 2:30AM, the groups used radio communication to warn the population of the “situations at risk”  in diverse points of the city, urging citizens that may be out to seek shelter.
The points of greatest conflict were the streets of the Industrial Park of the North, where even vehicles burned to create a blockade and  the main avenue (Technological).

On social networks users  reported shootings also in Libramiento Sur Uno (Matamoros-Reynosa-Monterrey pass) to the Periférico plaza, in the surrounding neighborhoods.

The videos in networks of detonations were broadcast in the morning, the most intense shootings were in colonias of  La Renacimiento, San Pedro, Los Muros, San Jose, La Cima, Boulevard Hidalgo, Colonia Las Fuentes and Aztlán.  

Around 8 AM the Forensic Medical Service picked up a dead subject on 14th Street in the Aztlán-Fuentes neighborhood.


In the afternoon, around 1:00 pm, there were persecutions and shootings in the Pirámides neighborhood, behind Hospital 270 of IMSS, and towards the Libramiento Sur Dos, also between rival groups, without the intervention of military or public security corporations.

Mexico Highway 2 runs parallel to the border. This highway is not patrolled by the Federal government and is extremely dangerous during the day and more so after dark due to Narco "ownership" of the route. For safety, it is to be avoided. The better option is to use the toll road, Highway 40.







84 comments:

  1. What do the X’s represent?

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    1. That there all part of the same crew.

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    2. Incase of a shootout the truck with marks of an “x” means they in the same armed group

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    3. Deconflicts within the same group, so they don’t start blowing their own guys to Hell when shit hits the fan. Typically shows you when a support group shows up to a new area.

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    4. X means CDG, XX means CDG+Sinaloa, XXX means CDG+Sinaloa+LFM

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    5. The X marks the spot. Shoot the X and you win.

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    6. Double XX meant El Coss.CXDXG

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    7. I am 6:33 and yes indeed El Coss had a group called X and he was XX too. However, that has nothing to do with the X branding on vehicles.

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  2. The first vehicle to pass happened ten minutes earlier. It was a halcone with a celular and no armas, or drugs. A quick call confirmed the road ahead was clear for them to pass.

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  3. Did los ciclones take over reynosa?

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  4. My uncle just got killed by this convoy.. why didnt u report the shoot out at 2.30am .. one of the trucks that was in the shot out ran into him head on ... el chapo snitched guy 😳😢😢

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    1. send the link...send the link...send the link....

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    2. What link.. i heard this through my family in Mission and palm view Texas.. were all heading out there from Washington... what o know is they were doing a limpia and some guys speed off this triggered a chase that resulted in a mad max type of road shoot out.. cars pulled to the side my uncle pulled his truck to the side but was hit head on.. his friend did not die and said they people that hit them were dragged out and took by armed men.. for the person asking what the x stands for its for a couple things mainly for cops to act stupied, for people to know who they are... the irony its for people to know the local cartel is at work and they dont want trouble so.stay outa there way.. and for when a shot out breaks they know whos who.. its been used sense osiels days.. man ive been rrading this site sense Valentin got smocled here and now it hits home.. i mean really rrally hit home.. i always joke around and post el chapo snitched comments but this time it was a very close person to me.. we use to.always know whats going on and tried to avoid anything just konda liked the gossip my uncle was a good man.. tears in my eyes.. el chapo snitched guy the real el chapo snitched guy....

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    3. ok i posted more info. it is helpful if you send a link. we try but researching takes the most time so when followers send in links ...that is gold.

      is that your uncle mentioned in the post?

      BTW a big thanks to followers who send in links...Noah, Tu Fren and Nealin Nevada and all the anonymous people who help us bring news to everyone. TY

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    4. I will chivis but im.just very hurt though i cant look at that i tried at work and ended up leaving and.crying like a little girl in front of everyone because i dodnt believe my mom. Plus at this pint.people can track me if i gabe those answers.. all i can say i thanks for posting my stuff its jot the.normal el chapo snitched stuff. And that i got real info on reysnosa stuff not.always but sometimes.. and that ive been reading this site for.many many years now.. god vless u in this quest.. now that i read it will hit more closer to my heart

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    5. I am sorry for your loss. What i meant is I already spent several hojurs on BB as every day, I only wanted to find more info because your story was personal. If it were me I would have googled it in spanish to fins the story. that is what i meant by send the link. I just did not have time. BUT a BB follower sent some to me by googling so I was able to get a little more info.

      Thank you for the input.

      About the "X"s you are correct, for at least since 2009 I have seen the Xs n convoys. I am sure they were used before.

      most notable for me is the massacre between the municipalities of Tubutama and Saric sonora, that was an incredible "shootout" more like shooting fish in a barrel.

      BLO with Zs and Isidro prepared to attack sinaloa cartel group gente nueva who had tried to snatch the route. Sinaloa had 50 or 60 vehicles blo allied group had almost double. they closed off both ends of the desolate road giving sinaloa no where to run. In the end the road was littered with cars with painted X's filled with bullet impacts, and dead sinaloa members. the official tally was 29 dead 9 wounded. but eye witnesses said the number was much higher. no matter, it was deadly.

      Isidro is credited along with zetas of creating the attack plan along the lonely stretch of road, knowing they could block off each end of the road.

      here are fotos from the aftermath
      https://elblogdelnarco.com/2014/08/11/fotos-de-la-balacera-en-sonora-tubutama-21-muertos/

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    6. CSG...[are you the original?] I apologize for seeming insensitive at first by asking for the link. I should've been more compassionate. I wanted to comply with your request and I had a deadline project in "real life" so I didn't have much time.

      stay away from the narco news for a while. it may help, reading posts and seeing fotos may make it worse... My brother was murdered, it was also in the news, reading about it made it worse.
      abrazos, chivis

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    7. PS... email me after this time of grief.

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    8. Im bery sorry to hear about ur brother.. stay strong u do us all a service god bless

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    9. The pictures of the tubutama ambush are some of the most horrific crime scene pics related to narco I've ever seen

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    10. Damm sorry for your loss CSG, stay strong brother.

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    11. Sorry to hear that chapo snitched guy. Se te adelantó tu jefe pero tarde o temprano a todos nos tocará. Rip. Animo.

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  5. El primito is scared his own people might give him up, CDN, cdg matamoros & m100-panilo want him dead.

    Earlier this year CDN kindapped the mayor of Cuidad Mier and later released.

    The routes to definitely avoid are cd mier to Monterrey & los guerra/Miguel aleman to los Herrera. Both are LIBRE = Free Road. Individuals traveling from Reynosa to Monterrey Toll road= cuota have less chances of running into narcos than on la libre from Rey-mty.
    I know a lot of people who live in the valley/rgv who are scared to travel to Monterrey and avoid it by going to Laredo and taking the toll road to MTY.
    I hardly see any federales on libre you incounter more military. The federales are more interested in taking your money than helping you. Specially if your driving a vehicle with American license plates (Speaking from my experiences).

    I also want to point out that southern Tamaulipas is much worse than northern Tamaulipas specially around cuidad Victoria; petroleum & vehicle theft also kidnapping.

    Shout to my gente in roma y fronton tambien a esa frontera chikita

    -Flaco Cisneros

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  6. El primito is scared his own people might give him up, CDN, cdg matamoros & m100-panilo want him dead.

    Earlier this year CDN kindapped the mayor of Cuidad Mier and later released.

    The routes to definitely avoid are cd mier to Monterrey & los guerra/Miguel aleman to los Herrera. Both are LIBRE = Free Road. Individuals traveling from Reynosa to Monterrey Toll road= cuota have less chances of running into narcos than on la libre from Rey-mty.
    I know a lot of people who live in the valley/rgv who are scared to travel to Monterrey and avoid it by going to Laredo and taking the toll road to MTY.
    I hardly see any federales on libre you incounter more military. The federales are more interested in taking your money than helping you. Specially if your driving a vehicle with American license plates (Speaking from my experiences).

    I also want to point out that southern Tamaulipas is much worse than northern Tamaulipas specially around cuidad Victoria; petroleum & vehicle theft also kidnapping.

    Shout to my gente in roma y fronton tambien a esa frontera chikita

    -Flaco Cisneros

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    1. How's the road from Falcon/Nva CD Guerrero to Sabinas Hgo? Miguel Aleman and Mier used to be fun cities back in the day. It's a shame los man~osos fucked it up. Thanks for the info Flaco!

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    2. Saludos pa la raza desde tamaulipas, desde matamoros asta tula tamps. Toda la carretera 101

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  7. Daddy Yankee, really? Some Beto Quintanilla would have been better suited. I guess Reggaeton really has taken over.
    ~ Vampiro Fronterizo

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    1. Ozuna or Bad Bunny are better singers in that genre. Daddy Yamkee keeps regurgitating the same ryhmes. - Sol Prendido

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    2. Beto quintanilla? Hahaha. Los tucanes wey

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    3. Que bruto pongale cero!
      ~ El Chavo

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    4. El chavo made me spit out ma coffee. Good coment cuh.

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  8. The last red truck had some big black boxes of some sort. Drugs? Or is that a cartel war truck

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    1. I wondered alos, at first glance I thought it was those steel walls in place for a shootout but I couldn't see well enojugh

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    2. Looks like a war truck to me. Modern day war horse. Mechanical. But still... - Sol Prendido

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    3. Looks like a box to protect a gunner in the bed handling a mounted machine gun possibly 50 caliber

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    4. The last truck is a red single cab Cheyenne with 1 inch steel plates for walls. The plate can withstand 7.62 even .308 but fails against .50 cal. There is go pro footage of battles in Reynosa btw Chivis

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  9. Predator missile inbound.

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  10. That's crazy! One of them rolling in that dodge Suv at the end is actively posting on ig, heavy shootout this morning

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    1. Instagram juanelo006, losmetrosreynosa, morosrap, los ciclones.

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  11. Yep, the US would encircle the city and eliminate them outright. Difference between superpower military and not one.

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  12. The most interesting item in the article is the fact that the Mexican government has basically ceded control of certain highways to the narcos. If this isn't a narco state, what is? The government is on the take, the police are on the take, the military is on the take, the regular people are on the take - I ask you, who is left who is not on the take? The entire society is corrupt from top to bottom. Let's hope AMLO can make a difference but I am not optimistic.

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    1. If they all are on the currupted take, then, for sure you know AMLo will have no choice and be on the take, otherwise he will be served with Plata or plomo.

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    1. Si pero los del cdg tienen contactos con las padilla mexico Americancas que las roban y las mandan para mexico por feria o drogas.
      Cuantos casos ahi donde gente van para mexico y los putos narcos se las quitan.

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  14. Lol Mexico is joke!

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    1. I can list off 5 reasons why America is a joke but it would be pointless to do so especially when you begin your 3 worded opinion with LOL. Read a book.

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    2. 10:28 yet u still here in the u.s .

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    3. Wrong! I reside in Mexico and love it here. Unfortunately it's the drug addicted Americans in the states that fuel these cartel wars. And it's you not u. Pick up a book and expand your mind.

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    4. You're an idiot, people arent rushing to Mexico for a better life DUMB ass

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    5. The Mexican government allowing terrorist to control a highway is a joke

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    6. Dont blame americans or the u.s.a. for the stuff thats going on in mexico. The butchering of innocents in numbers that are insane thats all on the mexican criminals and on the mexican goverment whom its the most corrupt and cawardly goverment in the americas.

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  15. Anyone missing your truck? Might see it in this convoy.

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    1. I live on the Frontier. Lost my new now only drive my 1999

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  16. Amazing????? i hope with Amlo this will come to end. Or maybe Fox????

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    1. Can't believe mexicans still believe in santa claus , amlo will play ball nothing will change. If he tried some funny business he will get wacked. Whats next mexico will be world cup campeones in quatar 2022.
      Puro movimiento naranja pariente, lol

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    2. U right i was just Dreaming.

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  17. My family is from Arcabuz. That's the entrance to highway 5 by El Parque Industrial...that's a lonely road full of pot holes.lol. A lot of ppl have died on that road...a few years back they blew the bridges out to keep ppl from coming into Miguel Aleman and vice versa...they would leave heads on the bridges.

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    1. Pura frontera chika jefe

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    2. Esa carretera va dar a arcabuz/los aldamas. Muy peligrosa por cierto, no comprendo como la gente aún sigue viajando por alli, para ir a Los Aldamas y los Herrera, todo por no pagar por la autopista.

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  18. Was the last one a modified "monster"?

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    1. Not extremely modified but it’s a single cab chevy with a half an inch to 1 inch thick steel box in the truck bed.

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    2. Probably a doble rodada whith a gunner and mounted machine gun, the monsters are different

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    3. Only one of those trucks was not armored. You can tell cus it had the windows open and you cld see inside.

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  19. Imagine the adrenaline rush these guys experience and the fear of the adversaries when they see them coming (if they’re out numbered)

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    1. These guys are probably high and will die early

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  20. Anyone stateside missing their truck?

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    1. The closest thing CDS will get to the frontera is Monterrey and even then they keep a low profile. Theyre a bunch of investors that deal with independent traffickers. They can't afford another lost like they did when Lazcano was around. I know this cause my buddy was facing 20 yrs messing around with some guys from Sinaloa out of Monterrey. He was just released 2 months ago after 9 yrs.

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  22. Thank u chivis.. ive been here sense day 1.. thank u for adding more detail my uncle lost his life and this means everytjing to me.. el chapo snitcjed guy.. with tears in my eyes thanks for everything u do

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  23. Chapo snitched guy, sorry for ya loss.

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  24. is this by the carretera that goes through camargo and guardados de abajo to Miguel Aleman?

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  25. I know some companies in Mex who drive only manual small nissans and toyotas knowing the grupos malo (amlo) wont want them. I am done going to Mex for the time being.

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  26. It seems as though things are getting worse not better. How is a proposed amnesty going to stop gang versus gang violence. Excuse me if I am confused.

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    1. Just wait Amlo is great saviour

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  27. You would think the leaders of these cartels would think shit like this would be bad for business. Or is this just a bunch of splintered groups fighting for vendettas?

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  28. Chivis I know your job is to report on the war in Mexico but it would be nice to show a little positivity sometimes. Not everything in Mexico is negative. Also praising Jesus Christ would be nice too but hey I’m just a guy that’s seen this a lot of this stuff first hand. Thanks for your work anyways....

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    1. Please let's not start using that jesus christ garbage. It's a proven fact that the more religious that a country or state is the higher its violent crime rate is. If belief in jesus christ was an antidote for violence and death then Latin America would be the safest place to live and raise a family. While the most secular places like Denmark, Sweden, Germany, Australia and New Zealand would be countries of horrendous despair and poverty, but the opposite is true. Latin America is consistently the most violent and terrible places for security and comfort while the least religious countries are consistently the best places to live.

      So please lets stop with the jesus christ stuff because it's only holding countries and citizens hostage. If people want to believe then that is their right(where 'rights' even exist) but people saying that the lack of belief is the reason for the current world are not helping and only making things worse. Let's instead promote education and awareness so that we're not repeating the same mistakes generation after generation. The answer to a happy and safe latin America is poverty reduction and drug reform, not religion.

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  29. At least the criminals send out warnings on social media. Sad state of affairs in Mex only getting worse day by day.

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  30. Pilas raza de roma tx freddie escobar anda de relaje trabaja pa la dea

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