Tuesday, December 11, 2018

"El 20" aka "La Mole" Captured in Guerrero

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Acapulco, Guerrero:  The state government announced the arrest of an alleged criminal leader, identified as Benjamín Flores Agatón, "La Mole", or "El 20" aka Miguel Martínez during an operation carried out by Marines and ministerial agents in a nightclub linked to crime in the tourist strip of Acapulco.

After a shooting in the Club Deportivo division, agents of the Armed Navy of Mexico and ministerial police officers arrested Miguel Martínez or Benjamín Flores, alias "El 20", presumed leader of the Independent Cartel of Acapulco (CIDA).

According to information unofficially, at dawn on Saturday there was a shooting in the vicinity of a table dance club. After the report, the security corporations moved to the area and made security tours, managing to stop a group of between 3 and 4 people.



The alleged criminals were captured near the Golf Club and in the area was a red Audi-type car with gun shots which was confiscated. Among the detainees would be Miguel Martínez or Benjamín Flores alias "El 20", presumed leader of the CIDA in the area of ​​Caleta, Mercado Central and Las Cruces.

"El 20" is accused of being responsible for the killings in the area of ​​Caleta and extortion in that part of Acapulco. 12 hours after the arrest, the judicial authorities in Guerrero have not officially informed about this detention.

In response, armed individuals left the body of a dismembered man with a message written on a piece of cardboard addressed to Governor Hector Astudillo Flores and state prosecutor Jorge De los Santos Barilla where they demanded the release of Flores Agatón or otherwise warned of attacks against police and military.

The state authorities attributed to "La Mole", the wave of executions, kidnappings and extortion against businessmen who have their business in the coastal Miguel Aleman.

Flores Agatón directs a faction of the criminal group called the Independent Cartel of Acapulco (Cida), and maintains a confrontation with the antagonistic side led by José Ángel ,"El Capuchino" Palacios Galeana.

The press release states that along with the alleged criminal leader, four more people were arrested, including a woman.

Therefore, Benjamin Flores and the rest of the detainees were consigned to the Attorney General's Office (PGR), the statement said.
 translation of the Narco -Manta : Thanks Sol Prendido ! 

"Adela Roman, Hector Astudillo Flores and Jorge Zuriel de Los Santos as well as Marina. If you don’t release my boss El 20 we will start killing every police. Be they ministerial, municipal, transit, federal, or military marines. We will start with you bitches first". Sincerely, Los Amarillos.

Hours later, the finding of the body of a dismembered man in the Colonia José López Portillo was reported, along with a death threat against the uniformed and directed to the agent and the prosecutor to demand the release of "El 20".

The warning was attributed to a group called "Los Amarillos", considered a group of armed youth in the service of Benjamín Flores, says an official report.

Through investigative work, ministerial agents of the Attorney General of the State of Guerrero and infantry personnel of the Navy Secretariat belonging to the Eighth Naval Region arrested Benjamín "N" alias "El 20" , alleged leader of the criminal group that operates in Acapulco and who is related to homicides, kidnappings and extortions in Costera Miguel Aleman Avenue and surrounding neighborhoods.

They also arrested four other people, four men and one woman, at dawn on Saturday.


The detainees are Miguel "N", Joel "N" and three others , who remain in reserve because the investigation is ongoing.

When making a revision they were found several plastic bags inside which contained a granulated substance with the characteristics of the drug known as "crystal"; In addition to cell phones and cash.

Also, ministerial elements secured 2 vehicles , the first Jeep brand, Patriot type and the second Chevrolet brand, Aveo type, in which they moved to carry out their illicit activities.

The detainees and the insured were put at the disposal of the Delegation of the Attorney General's Office in Acapulco.

The Attorney General of the State of Guerrero reiterates its commitment to the Guerrero society to continue its work in the area of ​​law enforcement, at all times respecting the human rights of all persons who commit a criminal act.

Acapulco, Guerrero: After a shooting in the Club Deportivo division, agents of the Armed Navy of Mexico and ministerial police officers arrested Miguel Martínez or Benjamín Flores alias "El 20", presumed leader of the Independent Cartel of Acapulco (Cida).

According to information unofficially, at dawn on Saturday there was a shooting in the vicinity of a table dance. After the report, the security corporations moved to the area and made safety tours, managing to stop a group of between 3 and 4 people.

The alleged criminals were captured near the Golf Club and in the area a red Audi-type car with gun shots was confiscated. Among the detainees would be Miguel Martínez or Benjamín Flores alias "El 20", presumed leader of the Cida in the area of ​​Caleta, Mercado Central and Las Cruces.

"El 20" is accused of being responsible for the killings in the area of ​​Caleta and extortion in that part of Acapulco. 12 hours after the arrest, the judicial authorities in Guerrero have not officially informed about this detention.

44 comments:

  1. Adela Roman,Hector Astudillo Flores and Jorge Zuriel de Los Santos as well as Marina. If you don’t release my boss El 20 we will start killing every police. Be they ministerial, municipal, transit,federal, or military marines. We will start with you bitches first. Sincerely, Los Amarillo’s.
    - Sol Prendido

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    1. You got it sol to a t.

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    2. “Be they ministerial, municipal, transit,federal, or MILITARY MARINES”

      Jajajajajajajajajajajajajajaja 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

      These fools don’t know what they are getting themselves into, pinche bola de culeros. 🤣🤣🤣

      El Cabrón De Tamaulipas

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    3. @ El Cabron De Tamaulipas this is one of those instances where you said they need to be protected from themselves. It’s suicidal for them to think they can take on all these guys by themselves. So more than likely they will keep going after soft targets. - Sol Prendido

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    4. @Sol (i’ve noticed your comment only today, sorry).

      Yes, it would be very suicidal of them to even think about going against all those guys. But saying that you want to duke it out with the marines would be suicidal even if the federales and the others hadn’t been mentioned.

      El Cabrón De Tamaulipas

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  2. The nerve of these individuals and others groups who intimidate law enforcement doing their job.
    Then again it's the way things are done for a long period of time in Mexico.

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  3. Ahhh its a revolving door at the jail. They will be let out in no time, to continue committing more killings, extortion.
    Only in Mexico

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  4. I’m sure the marines are shaking in their boots because of this threat from a bunch of teenagers.

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    1. Rather with itchy fingers.
      Anyone who threatens law enforcement and officials due to Non-compliance should be shot on the spot.

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    2. Agree 1:29 niggas actin tuff till that helicopter with the GE machine guns shows up. Man why isnt that beast used more often or mount a camara on it and have a live coverage that will be awsome and some of these lazy mofos will think twice and get a,real job.

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    3. Combat is combat. Everyone gets a little nervous before go time.

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  5. Wow that makes me feel safe knowing I’ll be there in a few days. I think I’ll stay at my hotel this time around

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    1. Hope your head wont be in XXX cooler.

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    2. Lol tf is a xxx cooler? Is that like a porno cooler?

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    3. Say clear of Carlota's......

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    4. @6:37, nah, shortened gas station name. They sell those styrofoam coolers there.

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  6. Mencho cleaning house, just like hes cleaning snitcholas in baja california

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    1. 8:14 mencha CANT even clean jalisco haha much less guerrero..who does cjng have in this state that will help clean up ah???

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    2. 814 u wish cabron.funny how nuthuggers like u claim to b cleaning this n that,to b ruthless brave but when confronted with army run like cowards...

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    3. These smaller organizations don’t stand a shot at Mencho’s CJNG, since most of them don’t have an unlimited supply of currency.. they stand no chance. CJNG will move into any area and out-bribe any rivaling faction or threaten with an amount of force & weaponry unmatched by anybody else. Truly the most powerful to date.

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    4. Just like he was in Durango for a week.

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    5. at 8:14....how do you figure that mencho has anything to do with this? Some people on here need to seriously get off the mencho nipp. It really is amazing how some mexicans cling to the small sacks of these cartels!

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    6. Ok cheerleader.

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    7. Durango es de el mencho, los que saben sabe.
      CDNG

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    8. 6:36 este vato si sabe como corre

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  7. Sol - Don't you think that they misspelled Armarillos, and intended on writing Ardillos?

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    1. My understanding is that it’s a new gang of sorts. The Yellows is what their name translates to. They actually kept their word on attacking the police. They dismembered an unfortunate lawman. Pics are on Glorious Dead 69. - Sol Prendido

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    1. Never trust a man black rectangular eyes. They are the windows to help! Lol

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  9. They didn't get the memo...there are no more local police...supposedly they were all marched off the job LOL

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    1. They are back on the job, just without guns....effective...

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  10. should have wasted the cockroach, he will be out before the holidays to rape and murder once again

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  11. Acapulco is still a tourist destination?

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    1. When Marylin Monroe was breathing.
      All the cliff divers have gone elsewhere to entertain. No more money for those poor folks who rely on tourism. It's a ghost town now. Literally.

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  12. Conspiracy theory - CJNG is being covertly backed by Russia. Financially CJNG doesn’t need any help....actually Russia supports their infection into international markets. The primary support Russia provides is recon. CJNG finds and exterminates their targets quicker than anyone else. Granted they take innocents as well, but this is a ‘theory’, not an argument. Utilizing this Russian military-grade recon work, along with the superior weaponry (which we can conclude some of their arsenal comes through Russian contacts), that CJNG sicarios appear to be elite. Their success is not their own....it’s heavily dependent on superior suppression and accurate intel coming from the Russians. The cartels carry all the risks and suffer all the losses (typical result when governments are pulling the strings),
    while the Russians benefit from alliances, weapon and money caches, and dispensable foot soldiers. This is another war front that Putin and his cronies are waging against American interests. The CIA and DEA are aware, but playing catch up because they were ill prepared to counter the level of sophistication the Russians had employed years before ‘we’ caught on to the fact: Russia (aka USSR) = CJNG.
    Just reported today, two Russian war planes/supersonic bombers arrived in Nicaragua, another Narxo State, in response to deteriorating relations between the two largest Mafia States, USA and Russia.

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    1. What are they putting in meff now days, kids stay away from drugs or u will end up like 1:18 am all tweeked out. Who tf posts trash at 1:18 am doe

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    2. Sacario 006, is that you hiding behind the computer?

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    3. @1:18, you are wrong but kind of right. It is not Russia but China. It may not be the "official policy" of the Chinese Communist Party but they are helping to destabilize the southern neighbor of America. At best chinese companies are given tacit approval and at worst are directed to buy "legitimate" products like iron ore, avocados, etc. from cartel owned companies and sell to them precursor chemicals, and weapons. This strengthens the cartels and threatens the government and the stability of Mexico. This then directs more money and attention of America there. Death by a thousand cuts.

      -Some American

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  13. A todos los cartel de sapos cheerleaders se les hizo el culo así cuando miraron 20 captured

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  14. https://www.lorealdeguerrero.com/2018/12/13/en-presunto-asalto-matan-empleado-del-bar-bichorama-en-el-fraccionamiento-condesa/ Last night in the heart of tourist zone

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