Thursday, December 6, 2018

CDN ambushed by CDG in Mier Tamaulipas, 5 dead

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat

Yesterday, a CDG ambush of CDN sicarios, against babies gunmen from the Northeast Cartel in Ciudad Mier, Tamaulipas, resulted in the death of at least 5 CDN gunmen.

Mier: In 2010, was the beginning of the heighten violence in Tamaulipas and CDG vs Zetas.  “Tamps” became a blackout news state, and the titureo movement was born,  to distribute narco movement  news and events of danger.  Tamaulipas was ground zero for this movement that continues today.

It was also in 2010 that Cd. Mier was the city that was the first in that conflict, that citizens were warned to leave the city or be killed, as CDG and Zetas were in an around the clock conflict.  90% of residents abandoned their homes and life in Tamps after the warning, taking to shelters in San Miguel Aleman.  Mier hasn’t made the news much since then, but I recall the time when it did, and the kids and families we met in the shelter of San Miguel Aleman.

BB Ovemex wrote a post about our journey to Mier. Use this link to read

GRAPHIC: on the following page there are graphic images



75 comments:

  1. They all look very young. where is the parental guidance?? where do cartels find these crash dummys?

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    1. From your house.

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    2. From my house

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    3. This is what poverty and corridos do.

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    4. Nuevo Laredo is out of grown men and that's no joke

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    5. they are young and easily led and bought into the glamour side of the cartel lifestyle PR bulshit along with watching crappy music vids of narco life. To an extent I can see the appeal I mean why spend your whole life slogging away some crappy job you hate just to barely get by where if you join CDN or whatever cartel you can have money, opportunity to rise in the ranks and more hot women than you can shake a stick at!

      The reality of course as we all know is a lot more sinister.

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  2. So little self worth for so many for little money. Hopefully, minimum wage along with job opportunities will have an impact for those to not engage in drug trafficking.
    Then again you can lead a horse to water but can't make it drink.

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  3. Legend has that 12 year old's
    CDG halcons' terrified howls still pierce throughout Mier as his carcass dances with the worms in the blood soaked soil beneath

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    1. That’s different.

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    2. Yes im not suprised paranormal activity is happening in places in mexico where stuff like this happens. Im suprised you dont hear about it more. Like rural places where they would torture and kill people.

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    3. It clearly said the dead were cdn.so you mean 12 yr old cdn halcon....

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    4. The boogie man knows bettah than to mess with these cats cuh. He will have his azz torture and his head on an oxxo cooler.

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  4. Propaganda death ensemble
    Burial to be
    Corpses rotting through the night
    In blood-laced misery
    Scorched earth the policy
    The reason for the siege
    The pendulum it shaves the blade
    Strafing air blood raid

    Infiltration push reserves
    Encircle the front lines
    Supreme art of strategy
    Playing on the minds
    Bombard 'til submission
    Take all to their graves
    Indication of triumph
    The numbers that are dead

    Sport the war, war support
    The sport is war, total war
    When victory's really massacre
    The final swing is not a drill
    It's how many people I can kill

    Sport the war, war support
    The sport is war, total war
    When victory's really survival
    The final swing is not a drill
    It's how many people I can kill

    Be dead fiend from above
    When darkness falls
    Descend unto my sights
    Your fallen walls
    Spearhead break through the lines
    Flanked all around
    Soldiers of attrition
    Forward their ground
    Regime prophetic age
    Old in its time
    Flowing veins run on through
    Deep in the Rhine
    Center of the web
    All battles scored
    What is our war crimes
    Era forever more
    War... - Slayer

    - Sol Prendido

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    1. Your a weirdo

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    2. Sol is definitely Prendido today. Jesus Christ that was long.....(That’s what she said)

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    3. You guys should know by now that I’m pro war. - Sol Prendido

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    4. Sol are you tweeking?

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    5. These are not the words of a CAG operator. Possibly a infantry man that failed selection but this is not a quiet professional. I think Sol is as much a former CAG operator as 006 is a special forces sicario. Maybe Sol is 006 jaja. Soli appr4icat the report in your do but your comments are straight up dope head talk. Chill out

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    6. very odd rant. Someone has abnormal energy today. I wonder what could cause such energy

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    7. Too much slayer @sol

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    8. very strange rant

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    9. Never pictured you as a metal head Sol, that's dope man! Im a huge fan of metal/hardcore music.

      Phelpso

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    10. Yea Phelpso I love metal. Had this habit of discriminating against certain genres. But I finally caved in and accepted them all. As you’re going through life you get to meet all kinds of people with their own little musical tastes. And it rubs off on you. It takes a very open mind to embrace the music of the world.
      - Sol Prendido

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    11. 🤘🤘"peace sells,but who's buying?" Megadeth

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    12. Sol is up to no good again guys

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    13. Very well said Sol, love the post

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    14. @3:14....this world can never have too much Slayer..Slayer is the Soundtrack to Hell....I think it very fitting for Mexico..

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  5. CD Mier is the birth place of R1 MEJIA GONZALEZ. During the Z CDG split it lot of dead bodies of Zetas were signed with R-1 CDG note and mier was considered as stronghold of Mejia Gonzalez group Los Rojos back then

    which cdg faction controls mier now?

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    1. Primito i believe, metros for sure but there is a big push from CDN

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    2. People online say R1 is not dead, rumor is he might of work for los michoacanos. Nothing confirmed by Mexican military/government or even by cdg.

      A lot of people online don’t know that their is/was two cdg rojos factions.

      This was before cdg/z war:
      I once belong to a gun club based in Cd Mier and a fellow member was a Mexican military officer. He once told me the kids that join these criminal organizations have none to little combat experience. “Their easy to kill” was his words.

      Plus teenagers have always existed in cartels its just that now it’s more televised/communicated to the public than it was years ago.

      As of right now no one controls Mier it is been contested by Miguel aleman Metros (primitos faction) and CDN.

      -Flaco Cisneros
      Shout out to Starr county !

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    3. R1 was hiding in Zantiago Nuevo León a few years ago

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  6. CDN getting crushed . .

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  7. Looks as all are head shots.

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    1. Executed, just like they deserved to be. 5 less pendejos in this world

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    2. 4:43,

      Those young boys wwere product of their enviroment. If they were in normal enviroment, they would be normal teens, doing normal teen stuff such as chasing girls, going to school, having life dreams etc. Unfortunatly for them, they were born in Mexico...

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  8. They only act as special forces with unarmed people and dumb chapulines who sell dope but doesnt have guns
    Cdn and cdg both have fokeros in their army
    And this estacas have support or backup of ex militares who got kicked put pf the army because of drug problems
    And the cartel recruit them and pay them in cash and drugs

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  9. CDN’s top commandantes/sicarios Viejito and Werko, both been at it since they were 14/15 apparently.

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    1. Arn’t they both D. E. P. ?

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    2. El werko is dead

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    3. This 2 guys are also wanted by Texas authorities I did see their face on TXDS or some law enforcement site. Plus their face is at border patrol checkpoints all over south Texas

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  10. So 5 little wanna be thugs got killed....what's the bad news??

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    1. 10:58. So on netflix the series Narcos is very good. I enjoy watching it. Many people do. Maybe you do as well. So these look like kids dressed up in military fatigues. This is real life for many youth all over Mexico. Its interesting as hell to see " the narco war". Bits and pieces everyday on this site. From oil theft to corrupt officials being wacked. Thanks to this site we .. me and you get to watch.

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    2. The bad news is that they are dead.

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    3. Who said it was bad news?

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    4. at 11:58....BB does a great job at reporting the stories that take place in Mexico. The stories that are reported here are better than watching something on netflix..so kudos to Chivis and the rest of writers.
      However...although it is unfortunate that the people of mexico are caught in the middle of the narco war, including the youth, the people do have a choice. These five youths would have done the same to another five people that they thought were part of CDG or CJNG or any other cartel. Very unfortunate that narco-corridos and images of these criminals, glorified by so many in Mexico....allow young people to want to be like them. These five got what they wanted.

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    5. Menso no vez, Las malas noticias, es que estan muertos.

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    6. @ 12:01 Thats bad news???? Seems like GREAT NEWS to me. Who gives a shit about 5 dead rats

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    7. these kids thought something is better than nothing, they did not know to want more, or felt there was more for them.probably the same scenario for their parents.

      Making these decisions while their brain is still in a developing stage, with little or no guidance, follow the leader into hell.

      Heartbreaking, to be born without identifiable purpose, how utterly sad that is for a child.

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    8. Chivis we know most say 99% come from bad parents. Which in turn keep on bringing more and more. Why cuz they expect a miracle which comes from ignorant mexican t.v. like the poor girl will marry the rich man in novelas or the kid will be the next super star of a sorry ass national team that never won anything important. Heck when i was a kid in the good old country i wanted to be a luchador, thank god my uncle thaught me to work hard as,a mechanic and i have decent living. They need education and guidance .

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    9. If you’ve ever been to the slums of Nuevo Laredo: then you know how hopeless these young men’s lives were. Houses made of cardboard, dirt floors, no electricity, no running water… Hope is nonexistent.

      Though it’s been many years since I’ve seen that part of NL; I’m sure it still exist and I’m sure that these boys were just desperate to escape it… Very very sad and a direct result of the miserable failure we call the war on drugs.

      And now with television and movies glamorizing the drug trade in Mexico I fear that this failed lost war is only gonna get worse… More wasted and lost lives and all because we just can’t face reality As a society and culture

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  11. I used to root for CDG in the CDG/Z war.. now I see they’re all the same.

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    1. Different commanders all the time; each one thinks differently. If you’re a native of Tamaulipas you should know this.

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  12. this happens all the time in the ribereña. Ambushes and balaceras. Maybe because they are young kids this was made big.

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  13. Poor little Maruchan eaters, barely know how to wipe their butts; let alone engage in violent combat.

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    1. Bout to say that, is there a connection between maruchan sales and the killings in mexico? Hear me out, maruchan is way worst than huevos con frijoles which is what these guys will be eating hasn't that instant soup came along which to them sounds waaay better like they eating the most succulent meal. Cuz i know i wouldn-t risk my life just eat eggs & beans, but o boy for one of them maruchans i will fight la marina.

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  14. the guns come from USA

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    1. 3:32, only some guns come from USA.
      Some come from South America, Africa, Asia, and Europe(Russia).

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    2. Yes and the drugs killing everyone here come from Mexico. I'd say they cancel out, each side has blood on their hands.

      L54

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    3. 3:32 Yes the guns do as do the spectators and hapless fans.

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    4. 4:42 around 80% of guns going into MX Come from the USA..

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    5. A lot of parts are made in third world countries plus assembly too. Sold at in an inflated price in the US. Each gun manufacturer operates differently but I’m sure most parts are made in Asia.

      For instance Brembo the automotive disc break company says their breaks are made in Italy but has a warehouse in Monterrey Mexico. Vice versa with other manufacturing companies.

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    6. Sorry but most of the guns are from the States and some are from other countries is correct.

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    7. 100% correct 3:46 am, we can't deny that sad fact. too easy to traffic guns at south border.

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    8. Guns dont kill people , people kill people.

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    9. Guns come to Mexico via Operation Fast and Furious.

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    10. Also some of the guns coming from South America are US manufactured as well Left over from US supported armed conflicts in the 80s. Lots of heavy weapons come from this source as well.
      As for weapons parts being smuggled into Mexico that’s correct they are but they’re being smuggled from the US because it’s not illegal see link below
      https://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2016/01/12/462781469/in-mexico-tens-of-thousands-of-illegal-guns-come-from-the-u-s

      I often wonder how much money American weapons manufacturers are making up the drug war in Mexico and how much money have they made since the conflict escalated in the early 2000’s. I’m guessing their profits rival those of the drug traffickers.

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  15. Damn I was there 3 weeks ago and it looked better than when I went in 2016

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  16. Damn I was just there 3 weeks ago

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  17. Today el chelelo a cdg boss of the nuevo laredo plaza was busted in yucatan. Cdg is still all up in nuevo laredo.

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  18. Please don't mention coolers , just say ice chest

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