Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Cartel de Ensenada Threatens "La Rana" w Narco Manta

Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Zeta


By: Marcos A. Flores
Ensenada, BC:  A Narco-manta signed by the "Cartel de Ensenada" with a message addressed to "La Rana" and  state and municipal police, appeared this morning on the pedestrian bridge located in front of the El Ciprés Military Garrison.

Across from El Ciprés on Federal Highway #1 and the bridge, the State Government Center and the Municipal Palace are also located.

"To all the people  who go working for the Cartel of "La Rana" or "El 90" and State  Policemen named Elmo, Leo, Burgon;  Municipales , they already felled "La Barredora", We are people of Work , Not Murderers or Thieves. Sincerely : Cartel of Ensenada ", reads the manta.

The report was received by 911 around 06:49 hours, and the document was withdrawn by elements of the State Preventive Police.

This is the second narcomanta with messages against "El 90", apparently a head of the Sinaloa Cartel.
The first manta was left in a corpse found a block from the Police Station in Porticós, in the first days of this month.

47 comments:

  1. I dint know the singer for Banda Jerez wrote the article

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  2. Sinaloas keep dropping, cjng too brutal. Cds sicarios should retire and have a longer life span

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    1. What state are you from

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    2. Real sicarios except death and are prepared for it. There is no "life span" for one. They're expendable.

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    3. 5:33 yeah too brutal against women n kids...

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    4. 8:18 aish my fav cartel nomas trafica drogas y ayuda a la gente. Stfu every cartel does that

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    5. Stop blowing smoke, la rana cleaning up the neighborhood taking out all the clown basura...

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  3. Everyone threatens but nobody seems able to stop the Arzate brothers

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    1. They are hiding in the finest sewers Sinaloa has to offer

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    2. Well somebody killed their right hand man in tijuana about 2 months ago. So someone is.

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    3. 1145 what right hand man do u speak of? The last article BB published of an operator getting killed in tj was that chubby cjng guy who got shot in the head. Hope you're not talking about atlante who got smoked in CULIACAN and was not their right hand man. Can u please clarify I'm genuinely interested.

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    4. 6:42 ay si ay si my macho is still alive and al 100.

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    5. 1033 habla Bien wey o cayate el osico

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    6. 10:33 makes absolutely zero sense

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  4. This going to be short lived like cjng/cdng in durango lol

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    1. CDNG is still in Durango and gaining power

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    2. Si no sabes mejor calla. En Durango EL CDNG apenas arranca.

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    3. Cjng/ctng has been taking out cds for almost 2 years. Not short lived, cjng is just getting started in Durango. Don't worry. All cartels are bad but cjng is the most dominant out of the bunch

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    4. 7:16 how are they dominant? They don’t even control all of Jalisco

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    5. 9:38 Then who does? When was the last time you heard otherwise? The nueva plaza is long gone buddy.

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  5. While akiles and Rana are in charge of major zones they aren't the only cds heavy hitters in tj

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  6. Vete ala verga a los del ensenada...No manches wey! Somos gente del Señor, del 20, del Flaco Salguero....sigue tratando putos jajajaj

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    1. Oigan a este perdido se equivocó 😂

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  7. Saludos al equipo

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  8. Also Happy Late Halloween beat team and a big boo 👻 to chivas muhahahahahaha

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  9. Hahaha where in the HELL did that Cartel de Ensenada pop out from??

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    1. This is traditional Arellano Félix turf. Bet it's an offshoot of the CTNG/CJNG

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  10. Aqui en tijuana el cielo sigue verde. Puro CDS gente que sabe trabajar y no necesita aterrorizar a los inocentes.

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  11. Wow a new Cartel rises in Ensenada. No where is safe.

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  12. CTNG/CJNG los corrió de la tía y ahora los están corriendo de ensenada.

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  13. lejos estan los tiempos cuando una sola persona mandaba en todo el pais. ahora se creen la verga por que mandan en una colonia.

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  14. Is it safe for American tourists?

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    1. I know you are asking a serious question.
      There are no guarantees in this life, but I personally think the main danger for tourists from anywhere are the usual scams, but robberies are really up, so extra security should always be practiced. no flashy jewelry, midnight runs to an atm, important papers and extra cashed ALWAYS stashed. Extra vigilence at Military Revisiones too , do not leave the cab of your vehicle if they want to search it. cartels are not purposely trying to draw attention to themselves by messing w tourists, but there are so many more drug addicts now the thefts
      have skyrocketed.

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    2. Watch out for the cops in and around TJ....theyll pull you over accuse of anything in the search for loose cash... should they find anything significant plan on extortion....other than that no pasa nada..

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  15. Pura Gente Nueva Salazar.Pura Gente Nueva del Salguiero Pura Gente Nueva del M100.Pura Gente Nueva del Tigre.
    Pura Gente Nueva Special Forces del Sicario 006

    DEP R5

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  16. So who are these new guys? I wouldn't be surprised if it's the guys that worked under FED, Los Cabos and CTNG

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  17. These guys take NO pride in penmanship...ive never seen 1 of these signs that didnt look like a 12yr old tweeked out on meth did it..

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    1. You have to see some of the printed ones by CJNG. Those are top notch Mantas.

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  18. Puro C.A.F Fuckers

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  19. Can only imagine what the cartel of Los Calabasas has to say about this intrusion.

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