Sunday, February 24, 2019

Santa Rosa Cartel headquarters blockaded by citizens

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Guanajuato, Gto. .- Inhabitants of the community of Santa Rosa de Lima in Villagrán, headquarters of the so-called Santa Rosa Cartel, blocked the passage of elements of the Army and the State Security Forces that intended to enter the town to carry out a patrol.

Men, women and even children placed tires on the access roads to Santa Rosa and set them on fire.

They also followed the vehicles in which the military and the Fuerzas traveled, to whom they shouted insults, until they were expelled from the area.

 The convoy of the joint operation opted to withdraw from Santa Rosa. On January 30, the Navy Armada deployed an operation by land and air in a town neighboring this community, within the region known as "El Triángulo" and the base of operations of the Santa Rosa Cartel led by José Antonio Yepez, El Marro

After securing several transports in which presumably stolen fuel was loaded, the reaction of residents and presumed members of the cartel was to stop vehicles on the Pan-American Highway and in the free city of Salamanca to Villagrán, which they set on fire to block said roads

33 comments:

  1. The popular support huachicoleros enjoy among parts of the rural populance (far greater than that of narcos) is a sign of failure of the state. Chilangos may sneer but for many poor people in the countryside, buying huachicol is the only way they can move and go to their work. Gas prices in Mexico are unreasonable high compared to its per capita GDP.

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  2. The stupidity of the 'citizens'. They deserve what they get.

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  3. Adolfo a brother of el Licenciado was gunned down a couple hrs ago in culiacan fellas

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    1. Why would this guy or anybody connected to El Licenciado stay or go to Culiacan? More balls than brains.

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  4. but "el pueblo nunca se equivoca, the people never mistakes" Only in this poor guachicolero Country-

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  5. Genuinely no matter if someone doesn't understand after that its up
    to otuer users tat they will help, so here it
    occurs.

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  6. Good for them... the goverment is going there on behalf of el Mencho co the people need to band together and stop these criminals

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    1. 100% right everybody knows that

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    2. No digas pendejadas 6:56 y tú también 4:28

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  7. Beginning to look like a failed State when the citizens block the military from performing its duties.

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    1. Couldn't of said it better.
      Is a shame that citizens resort to defiance of law. Rather, affiliating themselves with criminals.

      Pinche bola de pendejos.

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    2. Mexico been a failed state since they stop being the drug runner for the columbians in the 80s. They controlled drugs cross to the US sides with Nexican Government complicity. You called that narco state.

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    3. News flash conejo. In mexico nobody but the rich trusts the government. Is something u grow with if u are poor or better said not rich. U stay away from them and stick it to them before they stick it to u which believe me they will. Mean while stay up here in the u.s were is safe and we have a good government, the best!

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    4. 4:27 "the best government in the world" is a obut 30 trillion dollars in debt, and they are not about paying it all by themselves, not even the interests...
      Hoperfully Venezuelan, Iranian and Mexican oil start contributing soon, but the tax evaders will find a way to get more government subsidies on top of their spoils of war, aye?

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  8. Santa Rosa de Lima cartel is CDG?

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  9. In the past few days there has been news of Chapos old lawyer exposing information that incriminates previous presidents. The most recent has been in regards to Salinas de Gortari allowing Alfredo Beltran stay in his home. What's the reason for not posting it? Is it unreliable? Also, Chapo's mother has written a letter to the President asking for a humanitarian Visa. Any word on that?

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  10. Wonder what the tweekers will say about this. Doubt any citizen of any town will do this for them tweeker lames that behave like ass***les.

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  11. Well the community works, with thier local cartel seems now, every town in Mexico, has to have a cartel.

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    1. So instead of town alderman, they appoint criminal scum?
      Wow! No wonder such discriminatory comments spew against Mexico.
      This presumption of community works is a farce. A criminal organization by community members to eradicate what's lawful.

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    2. Anything goes in Mexico, someone has to put food on the table, everyone is getting into unlawful stuff.

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  12. Any news on the moroleon/uriangato/yuriria área?

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  13. They learned that from cjng lol

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    1. CJng stole those tactics from la familia Michoacán

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  14. Wow what a country !!! Public blocking army for defending a criminal cartels, now I get it why cartels cannot be eliminated. Wonder whether those public are on normal mental state or lunatics. So cartel is none other than the public of respective locality. Hey army leave them man, they deserve to be slaves to cartels in future. Not sure if the cartel is really helping the people get some money.

    SK

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    1. In many small communities throughout the country the local legal economy would only consist of subsistence farming and little more, main sources of income come from illegal activities, be it huachicoleo like in this case, illegal logging, etc..., so without other alternatives on sight it is understandable the resistance from locals, I'm not defending it, just explaining the situation. Also his doesn't mean all locals would side with the cartels to stop the army, but what could those do other than stay home when shit like this happens? Another factor is the lack of trust in the goverment.

      Policies have always been in the form of military operations, crush here move to crush elsewhere, but you don't solve things that way, people will still depend on the available sources of income and if huachicol is the one they'll go back at it, investment in infraestructure and development plans should go along with these actions so things can eventually change.

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  15. Speculation is a waste of time. Send in the press and let reporters gather direct quotes from residents who live there. A lame answer will show up like a sore thumb. If too many lame answers emerge, the federal government can reduce funding for the municipio in various ways, like highway repairs, and other assistance.

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  16. The Army should gun these people down where they stand. Huachicoleros and their supporters and enablers should be considered terrorists and offered nothing but a bullet.

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    1. Life is not a video game

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    2. Along with others but government fails to do so for many years.

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    3. You are an absolute brainlet. This is how civil wars start.

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  17. 1:53 AMLO's army does not murder the people,
    nobody's armies should murder people anywhere in the world or bomb their cities back to the stone age to save them from communism or from islamo-fascistas they themselves created and nurtured for years.

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