Monday, November 26, 2018

Chihuahua / Ciudad Juárez : Leader of La Vieja Guradia, "El Roñas", Executed

Oaxaqueño for Borderland Beat



On Sunday afternoon, Juan Carlos Balderas Contreras, alias "El Roñas", was assassinated in Ciudad Juarez 'northwestern colony Luis Echeverria. "El Roñas" was considered one of the leaders of La Vieja Guardia, a group within Los Aztecas. Two months ago, on the 4 th of September, “El Roñas” was wounded but survived an attack in a restaurant in Ciudad Juárez. In the course of this assault, one of his companions, identified as Joel René Roque Flores “El Renato”, was killed. Two days before the latest assassination, on Friday afternoon, 53-years-old Felipe Lerma Amezcua, alleged Los Aztecas sicario, was shot dead in colonia Niños Héroes, also located in the northwestern part of Ciudad Juárez. Reportedly, there is a link between the two killings. However, reports have not revealed the possible relationship between “El Roñas” and Lerma so far. Furthermore, the killing of “El Roñas” is according to the Attonrey General’s Office related to the ongoing conflict between La Línea and Los Aztecas.

 Oaxaqueño Analysis:

It appears likely that the killing was perpetrated by a sicario under the command of René Gerardo Garza Santana, alias "El 300", who was arrested on the 7th of November. The Los Aztecas’ infight between La Vieja Guardia and “El 300”, whose group is also referred to as La Empresa, has caused a harsh spike in violence in the recent months, leaving hundreds of people dead. It’s worth mentioning that following the above-mentioned attack on “El Roñas” in September, an apparent truce, which obviously just held temporarily, brought the violence down for some time. Initially, the rupture within Los Aztecas has begun/increased with the arrest of their leader Eduardo Ravelo Rodríguez "El Tablas". He was arrested alongside second-in-command Juan Arturo Padilla Juárez "El Genio", in Michoacán in June this year. In order to gain power within Los Aztecas, “El 300”, who is also related to La Línea, is said to have ordered the killing of "El Genio", who was stabbed to death in prison in August. Besides “El Tablas”, “El Genio”, and “El Roñas”, who have either been killed or imprisoned, there is currently only one known leader left of La Vieja Guardia. It’s Alfredo Martínez Mendoza, alias "El Ferro" or "Fredy".

Nevertheless, it’s not only the arrest of “El Tablas” which has caused the frictions within Chihuahua’s underworld that has led to the increase in violence. Hostilities between Los Aztecas and Los Mexicles are another factor. Additionally, the arrests of La Línea leaders like Carlos Arturo Quintana “El 80” and his successor, Julio César Olivas Torres “El Sexto”, who have been arrested in May and August respectively, have also caused distinctive ruptures.

Considering the vast power vacuum the above-mentioned incidents have caused, it comes without surprise that each group, as well as newer groups such as César Daniel Manjarrez Alonso’s “El H2” Nuevo Cártel de Juárez, as well as non-Chihuahua cartel’s, see possibilities to gain ground in the state. Against this background, a continuation of the high amount of violence, at least in the near future until a criminal group is able to markedly consolidate power, can be expected in Chihuahua.

22 comments:

  1. What a mess! Chapito isidro needs to go into Juarez and clean it up.

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    1. He don't need that in his life, why fix something that ain't broken? Chapo Isidro is lowkey and heavy in the game.

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    2. Where have you been?
      The Mochomera is allies with La Linea. You need to know what you're talking about before you talk.

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    3. You took the word right out my mouth feller

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    4. He would never get out alive. Quit playing.

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  2. Excellent analysis

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  3. Aztecas Vieja Guardia do not stand a chance against La Linea, new Aztecas aka La Empresa, CDS, Mexicles and Artist Asassins.
    These guys literally SAVED Juarez Cartel against CDS and Juarez thanks them by making an Azteca born and breed in Juarez into a leader of them all and begins executing the remainder of Aztecas because they object to that situation.
    Ungrateful, hateful racists motherfuckers causing more bloodshed because of PRIDE ONLY.
    There was NO NEED to make a full Mexican into any leader except for pride.
    This is the way Mexicans treat Mexican Americans and then when they come into the U.S. they expect the latter to treat them well.

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    1. One thing for sure u dont want to get locked up in a texas prison if ur a member of a cartel opposing Aztecas from el paso...

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  4. He died as what he was, a damn roñoso.

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  5. Good ridden. One less dirtbag to worry about.

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  6. Done by el Jimeno.

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  7. There is a video of the TJ narcos shooting the migrants circulating on Whataspp. This looks bad.

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    1. I wish the video was true even thou innocents would pay the price for the real thougs...what makes this invadors (yes invadors)so special that citizens n goverment have to put up with their demands,crimes,threats,destroying etc....???

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    2. Migrants are affecting business. With so much focus attention on their quest. These low lifes are probably taking a beating on sales and other illegal activities.
      Closing the border clearly demonstrated that!

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  8. Great kill....keep dropping these scumbags.

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  9. great format with the analysis.

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  10. So called 'cartels' are running out of names for themselves. How about cowardly punks with guns? CPGs

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    1. It does takes balls when you have to shoot nacional at Rivals or the government

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    2. Maybe they can start using the names AHole-1, Ahole-2.

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  11. My uncle owns a pastry shop in juarez and chih, and linea sent word to all local businesess to not worry, no extortion, no crime against them, everythings under control.it was thru a phone call to his shop, my aunt asked a local municipal if that was them and he confirmed it. I guess for now local business is safe.

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