Sunday, October 7, 2018

Video: Shooting in the State of Mexico leaves 11 dead or injured

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from Reforma

graphic images in video...




It was in the music hall around 11 pm on Friday night when armed individuals arrived on motorcycles and began shooting at people in the premises.

After the attack in the bar lounge, they fled through the streets of the colonia, while police and paramedics arrived on the scene to care for the victims of the attack.

The Directorate General of Citizen Security and Traffic of Naucalpan reported in a report that at least 11 were killed or injured. .

Violence in the Valley of Mexico intensifies along with other areas of the nation.

18 comments:

  1. Nonstop murder in every city of every town in mexico unabated...keep it coming..

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    1. Chilangos are now playing sicarios, with murders by the dozen.
      Life was easier when they were just a bunch of illiterate pickpockets, thanks for the progress!

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  2. This is what I mean, Compesinos should are themselves, shoot back at the criminals. This was an easy target for the criminals, because none of the victim had a gun. Furthermore, if the police was highly effective, they could have set up a perimeter, and kill them.

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  3. Guerreros unidos?

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  4. Video shows aftermath, where's the action.

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  5. Their shoes are still on. Which just tells you what kind of sicarios they’re dealing with there. - Sol Prendido

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    1. I’m lost on this one Sol.

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    2. In a small town outside of Houston there’s a group of Christians that gives out free fruits and vegetables along with slightly used clothes once a month. There’s also a group of Mexicans that comes through to hoard what they can. As well as the actual needy. The hoarders then turn around and sell everything in the flea markets throughout Houston. They’re always being told they have the best fruits and vegetable. The compliments extend to the clothes as well. The Christians think they’re actually helping the needy. But in actuality the greedy Mexicans are taking advantage of their kindness to make a dirty profit. So that tells me that this person with their shoes still on. Was killed by a sicario who wasn’t ghetto enough to think of wanting to sell those shoes. - Sol Prendido

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    3. 2 bad that u my friend R telln the truth about skumbags taking advantage of people's N their own @ the same time

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  6. Party at a house in Mexico, not a club. Never know who pissed off the bad guys; could be the dude dancing in the middle of the floor. Kill or be killed means no matter who is standing in the way. Or just act like these people and say "I still have to live a normal life, can't stay home all the time", and this could happen to you.

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  7. Fuken criminals, can't even go to a nightclub, they shoot up the place.

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  8. I've been thinking about visiting Mexico City but I think right now is not the best time.

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    1. Welcome be ready to be tortured, kidnapped. It's an everyday occurrence.

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  9. I Wonder what groups are at it in this zone. I

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    1. All cartels operate Mexico city. Zetas, CDG, CDS, BLO, CJNG, Familia Michoacana, Cartel de Juarez.

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  10. Someone definitely sent a message.
    Either get right or else!
    Isn't this the way it goes.

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  11. La gente do not want their police getting stronger because they fear an Orwellian police state with a new infraccion or multa on every corner. So they pay the policia nothing and then complain when they get tapped for speeding or running a red light or having no license. The same with the ministerio publico and judges. They end up with this and prisons with revolving doors. Where to start the reform? The people want nothing that takes more money away from them. Suerte Amigos

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