Sunday, March 3, 2019

Miguel Alemán, Tamaulipas: Sicarios of CDG in an "armored monster” [VIDEO]

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat  from VXT



A video recorded by alleged members of the Gulf Cartel where they are seen aboard a armored truck with thick steel plates of at least one inch, capable of withstanding the impacts of small-arms calibers and some assault rifles, the glass are replaced by thick glasses more than 5 cm, these armored vehicles are known as "armored monsters" that are used in clashes with rival groups in Tamaulipas and against  the Armed Forces military and navy.

In the video several assassins are seen inside the armored truck and  from one of the armored windshields there is an opening from where a gunmen armed with an AK47  can shoot.

According to information, the video was recorded on Friday, February 22 and the men are from a cell of the Gulf Cartel in the municipality of Miguel Aleman, Tamaulipas, where the CDG Metros of Reynosa have an influence and there has been strong confrontations between the CDG and the Northeast Cartel CDN.

Tamaulipas is the state where the most confiscations this type of armored vehicles have been conducted, since 2010 to the date, where they have seized more than a hundred of these vehicles.

64 comments:

  1. Come on chiva ur much better than blog del narco,it says CDN on the title but goes on to say its CDG..giving wrong info that's what that blog is known for...

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  2. I understand the new President of the country doesn't intend to arrests leading cartel heads but at least he can take away some of their toys.
    Come on Mexico, wth?

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  3. LMFAO...LOLOLOL
    Made from a 59 Chevy. One hole to stick a pistol through. LOL, very scary.

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    1. You're stupid if you think it's a 59 Chevy.. but good try on spreading false information!

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  4. What's the name of the song

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    1. Carlos y Jose “pescadores de Ensenada” corridos de verdad, no mamadas!!

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    2. Pescadores de ensenada by Cadetes De Linares
      It’s actually one of my favorite songs!

      M”

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    3. Pescadores de Ensenada.

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    4. Se llama mañana estaran muertos

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    5. Pescadores de ensenada, los cadetes de linares. True OG corridos, non of this gay ass narco poser wanna be rap mayate style bullshit corridos they have nowadays

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    6. It sounds like Los Cadetes de Linares. They always have an abundance of corridos. - Sol Prendido

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    7. Chalino Sanchez also sang that rola,i agree bros corridos now a days suck ass

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  5. Chivis,

    Whatever happened to Brody banderas? Could you post an update on him. Thanks

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    1. Remember the interview we had with him? well the same inbetween person contacted him for Texcoco to ask where he was. He said he decided to get out of the'business' and go home. i think he is from sinaloa. he wrote tex's blog name on his arm to prove it was legit. surreal

      http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2014/01/an-interview-with-broly-banderas.html

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    2. Im still waiting for the Sicario 006 interview !

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    3. 7:49 michoacan is a different animal when it comes to sicarios fighting it out. It's literally a war down there for control. Sinaloa is a war too but michoacan are more violent and are trying to take each other out. Broli left when CT was splintering off and was violent and I'm sure he seen death knocking on his front door so he left to Sinaloa. Good thing cjng has the upper hand and is eliminating viagras, michoacan is going to be more peaceful. According to this blog cjng has most of michoacan already

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    4. Not sure how true it is but it was mentioned that he left to the U. S.

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    5. Hey chivis, do you know the url for texcoco’s blog, I list the address

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    6. Brody was the man!!! Like Fenster from Usual Suspects. I expected he got killed when I stopped seeing his luscious locks on the Narco blogs.

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    7. I didn't think you were allowed to just get out of the business and go home. How the heck does that work? "Don't worry guys, I pinky swear I won't say anything!"
      Mn

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    8. @Mn Nowadays sicarios freelance to the highest bidders. - Sol Prendido

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  6. I hear one mention “el pata de oro“ I’ve heard el “pata de fierro” before when Metro 3 was in charge...

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    1. El pata de perro.

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    2. Pata de oro I think he was referring to el metro3
      Correct me if I’m wrong

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    3. @5:15 I think you’re right...I met him once at a bar/whore house at the time I didn’t know who he was. But my cousin called him “pata de fierro”

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  7. Those guy really need a lot training. This could all be stopped in months with US invasion. But than where would Americans get their drugs

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    1. Come on buddy same was said about vietnam, Afghanistan and so on. Oh only if captain america and batman was real.

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    2. My exact thought, I saw a recent POV sicario attack and I was shit. I am surprised how much lack of training they have because in their corridos they are elite.

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    3. Colombia.

      The tricky part is that the US doesn’t care about the violence the average civilian in MX endures. And Mexicans tend to have too much pride to be asking for this kind of help.

      So I don’t see the US ever invading Mexico. Les vale.

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    4. 8:05 what if someone from the US is already behind both factions?
      Ever since the war for US independence, weapons have been supplied for both friends and foes by about the same suppliers, honoring the US motto, "business is the business of the US business".

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    5. From other parts of the world and Mexico would be even more poverty stricken,one good thing it might stop Mexicans whining like bitches about the US,kinda doubt it tho?They can always make new markets in Asia and Aus,oh wait poor innocent Mexico already has introduced its poisons to Canada Asia etc

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    6. About the only good thing Mexico has to offer and that isnt that good lmao

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    7. Simple answer... legalize every single drug in the U.S. Produce it, import it all legally, tax it, quality control it. You take away their cash cow, you’ll decapitate them.

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    8. Wanna get USA invasion ? Simple just spread information that Mexican drug cartels are supported by communists in general and Russia in specific. US will finish off dto in less than a year just like they did for Pablo Escobar who had good contacts with soviets back then. If you wanna get USA attention for invasion, you either need to have oil or communism (with Russia backing)

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    9. Sadly america cannot invade who ever it chooses.

      Especially when the answer is to stop consuming drugs.

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    10. I've said it before:"USA stay away from Mexico... do NOT intervene to save it from itself."

      Historically,(as my extreme generalization goes), Mexicans hate Gringos, I fear,nothing that I know of will ever change that as long as the USA keeps needing addicting illicit drugs. The evils in the USA and Mexico are intermixed and bound too tightly to be undone in just one or two generations.
      Mexico-Watcher

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    11. Mexicans will never admit they need US help.

      Drugs could be supplied by Colombia.

      Things don’t change in Mexico because of Mexicans stop with the bullshit !

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    12. Wouldn’t legalizing drug make it worse? The drug price will drop significantly and there’s too many cartels. Won’t they resort to killing each other off ? Or to start kidnappinng and extorting ?? U really think that will solve the issue ???? No boo these people are used to being criminals they won’t turn their lives around. They will find the next thing.

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    13. Mexico-Watcher - I’ve always been curious, do you think alcohol is a drug? People always want to talk about the drug problem in the USA. But just throw alcohol into it’s own category rather than acknowledging it’s a drug too... and drug that is used just about everywhere in the world. Human’s in general enjoy, and have enjoyed, getting inhebriated since the behinning of time. So saying the USA has this fascination with being inhebrehated that the rest of the world doesn’t have is misguided.

      Please don’t take this post as an attack, I’m really just generally curious.

      Phelpso

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    14. Phelpso, of course alcohol is a drug. And to that I can only say: SHUT UP LIVER. YOU'RE FINE (not my actual words but I love that shirt slogan). Lol.
      - Sol Prendido

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    15. Sol - that’s an awesome shirt buddy ahahaha! Kudos!

      Phelpso

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  8. There really need to be some sort of autodefensas in the North East. Preferably militias made up of cops and soliders like those in Rio de Janeiro. CDN-CDG clashes have turned Tamaulipas into fucking Latino Afghanistan.

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  9. CDG’s sicarios are nothing more than kamakazi junkies who dropped out in elementary. One thing is for sure though, CDG’s sicarios see a lot more action than any other cartel

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    1. I agree, while they might be shit caliber warriors. They do fight a lot. More than any other lame cartel there. And yes they are all lame

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  10. Like the ebbs and flow of sailing... hope the took Gravel for that ride heehee

    Canadian girl

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  11. Marinas “ lets see if these cartel jokers home built tank can withstand 6000 minigun round from our heli-gunship”

    . . .

    Marinas “nope looks like we shredded those clowns”

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    1. The Mexican gun ships are hardly utilized. Most times itll be a straight fire fight. Most times itll be the Marines (Semar) and ALL of the times, they whoop the sicarios sorry untrained ass.

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  12. From doctors where many get their first opiates. Then the regulated doctors cut them off (after making lots of $) and to the street they go searching and finding what they now need. T.M.

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    1. Can speak to this from personal experience. Broken neck, given Oxycodone for nearly a year straight to just being completely cut off and to the streets I went.

      Phelpso

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  13. Wouldn't stop them from being a star feature in a decapitation interview.

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  14. 8:05 and I hope you are the first casualty of the "Shock and Awe" bombings that will send mexico back to the stone age and cause more deaths and hunger than they did on the middle east in the capitalist quest for other people's oil and mainly US treasury, charged to the American people's credit card, mainly for benefit of private military corporatistas...
    --Please note that not one cent or a red penny has been repaid to the American people by the war profiteers, they are no pendejos

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  15. Heavily modified gm truck with armor on the inside.
    Not sure if it would be a ‘monster’ class.
    Did the government give them this vehicle?

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  16. The drugs can also come from Canada, Colombia, Russia, Peru, Afaganastan.

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  17. Video translation is as follows:
    Sicario #1: You dirty fucks. We are well armed now. Holy fuck!
    Sicario #2: Saludos para El Pata de Oro
    - Sol Prendido

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  18. I don't know how unpopular my view on this may be, but I'm sure the sentiment has been shared many times on here. This all rests with the government of Mexico. How can they allow an organization to run the streets like this? They're using their own armored vehicles and causing terror. Such a beautiful country too.

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    1. I wouldn’t say it all rests on the Mexican government, the US has been somewhat complacent with letting this go on in our own backyards. But yes I would agree that the VAST majority is on the Mexican Government and their willing participation in such high level corruption for decades now. Just my opinion 🤙

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  19. he talks about "mugrosos" thats like the kettle calling the pot black... como dicen no se mordio la lengua? whoever idolize these scum are scum themselves.

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  20. "El pato de oro" is a ranch in the outskirts of Miguel Aleman...this is where C.d.n and Metros meet to fight...sometimes one wins and pushes the other back or vice versa...always in vain...nothing ever changes or stops...they should all call a truce and make money...somebody should tell them about "divide and conquer"...😎

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    1. You’re right. “El pato de oro” is a ranch with a tall wall all round it. Looks like a fort. All you see are the tall palm tree. I heard they kept a lion or tiger there, they fed them bodies...I think it’s right outside “el nogalito”

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  21. Mucho pinchi mostro y fuscas pero si se topan con su papa la marina el que no corre se lo carga la de hacer gente. Pinchis lacras mejor ponganse a trabajar o pero que como ni para eso sirben mejor andan de pendejos dando el ovethere en cualquier lado .

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    1. 12:34 what do you mean la de hacer gente?
      Excuuse my ignorance

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