Thursday, November 1, 2018

Texcoco Video: Gun Fight Between Federal Police and Bad Guys

Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Unimexicali 


Confrontation this day in Texcoco, State of Mexico, between hooded and armed men  with elements of the federal police left a balance of three criminals killed, one uniformed dead, two injured and three detainees.

The General Prosecutor's Office of the State of Mexico explained that the shooting was recorded when a cell of the Investigative Police detected two vehicles in which allegedly armed persons were traveling.

In response, they were attacked by men who brought high-powered weapons. The assault was repelled and requested support from elements of the Secretariat of Security of the State of Mexico, Federal Police, as well as the Ministry of the Navy and National Defense, as well as the municipal police of Texcoco, Nezahualcóyotl and neighboring municipalities.


Immediately, the hooded ones ( encapuchadas) tried to flee, which generated a persecution until the armed group entrenched itself in a domicile of the community of Pentecostés, from where they fired against the elements of the diverse corporations that arrived at the place.

              
With the support of federal, state and municipal forces, it was possible to enter the home, where three probable criminals were secured and the bodies of three more were located.

28 comments:

  1. The first photo of the car is not the same shootout. The car is one on the outskirts of Acapulco. http://www.lorealdeguerrero.com/2018/10/30/cinco-jovenes-muertos-y-un-policia-herido-tras-enfrentamiento-en-acapulco/

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  2. Cop : what u up to man....??

    Dead sicario: just hanging out...

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  3. What so elite about these cjng guys wearring shorts...???

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    1. I'd say it's safe to assume that as with any of these criminal groups, sicarios come on a sliding scale of military/police professionalism.

      Some may just be kids or common criminals who are recruited for whatever reason, be it desparation or convienence, such as seemed to be the case with Los Lobos CDG back in the day. While others are military or police trained such as with the original Zetas and Escorpiones.

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    2. Nothing, no one said these are cjng no one said these are elite.
      Why does everyone keep bringing up "elite" for every shootout there is?

      Every cartel has or has had an elite group but it's usually a small trusted group of individuals that are responsible for the safety of the Capo's and their immediate family, Elite doesn't necessarily apply only on a tactical level of power but it can be political aswell, this can be a group of lawyers, lobbyist and other politicians that intimidate and buy government officials to protect on government levels.

      But when it comes to the elite you are referring to the tactical elite, these groups are small like the original zetas not the rest of the people when it became independent, the original antrax of Vicente Zambada not the ones that got wacked in tubutama who where actually Gente Nueva, They are usually composed of guys with military background or training and are well armed and paid because they're valuable to the bosses, contrary to the way they operated 10 years, the current elite sicarios aren't the guys they send to other states to fight, or to do hits, they focus more on a defensive position and remain on a local level where the bosses are at either in badiraguato Sinaloa, or the cjng ones in Jalisco and michoacan, hint the downed chopper in michoacan and not in other states with cjng presence. The ones you see getting easily wiped out are the tweakers and gangsters recruited to do the dirty work, the ones with poor to no training, paid with drugs or low even no pay,they're usually local to the area they do their dirty work and often switch cartels.

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    3. 9:37 AM some are grabbed off the street too. Kidnapped and forced to fight.

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    4. @9:37 Lobos and Cobras weren't same?

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    5. @9:37 I'd say the wast majority are 'kids or common criminals' and serve as cannon fodder in the WoD. Very few are trained 'pros' (or even semi-pros) with a police or military background.

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    6. 3:36 cjng guys are always boasting about their elite groups either on banners or videos referring to their fire power n tactical....

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    7. Los Linces are hands down the most elite group There is

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  4. Also, here is a better video of the actual shootout.

    http://www.jornada.com.mx/ultimas/2018/10/30/balacera-en-texcoco-deja-cuatro-muertos-2993.html

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    1. Good stuff man

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    2. Not the most professional group of law enforcement and state actors.

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    3. Crazy stuff lol thanks for the link

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  5. Are those Texas plates on that first white vehicle?

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  6. One way ticket to hell. Good riddance.

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  7. Aaahhhh pleasure to the soul watching these tuff narco guys being shot,killed,kicked around beat down n dragged like trash...P.S. NOTHING elite about that like they claim to b...

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  8. Poor house, not warm)hot water for a while, the water heater is shot up.

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  9. This is the way, they should have responded to the ambush of officers, surround the perimeter and kill the bad guys.

    Luna Apaghta

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  10. Cjng sicarios are no joke, they had to overpower them with the navy. No wonder they have most of Mexico and taking cds plazas

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    1. 7:40 "no joke" haha u made me laugh...they only good when ambushing n outnumbering the other side other than that they end up like these guys..

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    2. Oh yeah they're no joke, that's why they got killed and beating like rabid dogs lmao

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  11. Texcoco is my hometown. I was born there.

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    1. Have you heard of a town named Temamatla(to be more precise, a smaller town called Santiago Zula)? That's where my dad is from and remember him mentioning "Texcoco" before when he was alive. I used to go to my dad's hometown for two months every year when i was young. i miss those times. It is sad to read that these troubles are reaching around that area more frequently .

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  12. This is the way it should be when police, state and federal get ambushed. Coordinate with others to catch the bad homicide killers.

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  13. He almost made it out of the car, looks like his feet got hung up

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