Sunday, March 10, 2019

Monterrey - Nuevo Laredo Hwy closed due to CDN-Sedena shootout

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat



The closure of the highway was due to  an armed confrontation between elements of the Sedena and CDN [Cartel del Northeast].

The armed conflict caused the death of at least 6 people. 10 vehicles were confiscated by the authorities.

In social networks circulated videos that attest to the traffic chaos and the tension that was experienced before the closure of the interstate artery.

The events were recorded near kilometer 190 in the state of Tamaulipas around 10 Saturday  morning.


35 comments:

  1. I hope the dead were not told to run for their life before getting hunted like dogs, or like rats, or like wild pigs as usual.
    --looks like nobody told them to surrender because they are surrounded by poolice or melitary or shit BS...
    --but protocols were followed right after the killings were in the bag.

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    1. Can you elaborate? Are you saying the police and military round up sicarios, disarm them, tell them to run and then shoot them?

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    2. If they’re sicarios I don’t have a problem with extra judicial killings!
      El Señor de los Gallos...

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    3. 8:44 La Ley Fuga is an art that went to fame and fortune since the times of Don Porfirio until 1910, when the Mexican revolution won. --then it was stolen by the rich and the beautiful all over again.
      These desperate days people still try to show work and it protects their still criminal buddies to make AMLO happy, but he knows...
      Bet your ass the government forces suffered no shoots or loses from incoming fire.

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    4. Ley de fuga, mi amigo

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    5. If it is true is ok. The trash needs to be taken out not stored.

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    6. Does it matter if the military rounded these individuals? Either or; there can only be one criminal operating in the area (military or otherwise).

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    7. If they do who cares one less sicario

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    8. 8:44 nothing new. Is common knoeledge to apply "ley fuga".

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    9. Bro that's exactly what they do plus they lower their body counts "pinches soldaditos" arriba michoacan

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    10. 8:44 police and melitary do worse, after taking money from all sides they capture and execute innocents, often extorting their families before and after murdering them, then blame their friendly neighborhood cartels to put more squeeze on them.

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  2. Fug'em. Kill em all.

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    1. 8:14 nice, but "estado de derecho" and the Empire of the Law do not mean empire of "law enforcement" or shows for televisa.

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  3. We were on the pay highway going to Monterey at around 2 p.m. Saturday.
    The line for tourist cards and TVIP
    Was at least two hours.
    We reached the second check point around two the traffic going north was backed up for miles. Our ride south did not have a traffic problem

    Maybe AMLO is doing his job and extirminating the rats.

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  4. Oh no I am going to be late, to work at Calimax.

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  5. CDN can bribe any other Mexican agency but Mexican marines its immense.
    WHo did AMLO assigned as new director of defense ?

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    1. General Luis Crescencio SANDOVAL Gonzalez, formerly IV MILITARY ZONE (Tamaulipas, Coahuila and Nuevo Leon) was in charge of Piedras Negras, and the zeta prison kitchen where they would cook and disappear rivals, in the IV Military Zone ruled by the zetas, included San Fernando and Allende in the times of the mass murdering, was selected secretary of national defense, by AMLO..
      --the pick was celebrated by out going Sec of Def Salvador Cienpedos, I mean Cienciegos...read more in:
      --valortamaulipeco.blogspot.com:
      El General Sandoval:"Heredero del Poder" en la SEDENA, "muchas veces no pudo"
      --static.theintercept.com
      Codename Jaguar: How a top police official carried out a reign of terror in Mexico.
      -Arturo Bermudez Zurita "El Jaguar" SSP Estado de Veracruz...
      -his "fuerza de reaccion" commander Alejandro Trujillo "el cyber"
      --These are but 2 examples of what is going on in Mexico with the poolice and the melitary, yer welcom

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  6. Looks like a the dead guy has a 50cal rifle with a truck mount on top.

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  7. Say whatever you want about Zetas and CDN. They are truly alone fighting against ALL. They don't need daddy government state to hold their plazas unlike tecato Mencho and his tweakers or CDS .
    Lazcano almost broke the country in HALF. He could have been El Caudillo de la REPÚBLICA DEL NORTE!

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    1. Well said and not if the trevinos snitched either unlike every other capo in history if you are with the cdn then they are like family and will have your back all the way to the end

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    2. Lazca and 40 took over half of Mexico in a couple of years incredible everyone wanted to be a zeta

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    3. Zetas were the first cartel to rely mostly on kidnapping and extortion to make ends meet. But they more well known for eating maruchans.

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    4. Lazca was definitely one of a kind, in terms of leadership skill and tactical acumen. A real life, Mexican Colonel Kurtz, if you will. Current bosses would give a kidney to have someone like him lead their sicarios at the frontlines.

      Too bad he was also a drug-pushing, mass-murdering pedophile.

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    5. Lazca a pedophile? Not arguing the statement, just haven’t seen those two words used in a sentence before. I became a BB follower after the fall of the original Zetas clan, so forgive me if this is widely known.

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    6. Lazca was real military, and a Sargent of GAFES, specially selected by Lt Arturo Guzman Decena Z1, but he did not speaky Inglis, so he had to rely on z40 "la chorrienta" , who spoke some and knew the Tejas streets where he used to mow grass and help his brothers, some of whom were prison and had people to move shit. Greedy z40 took to not paying the talibanes who seceded and went golfa again, that is what broke the zetas and cost z3 his life, their preeminence their prominence and their freedom.
      It doesn't pay to be a "cool arrow" (culero).
      Their partners in the Military police and politics also abandoned the zetas, EPN became president,. Moreira got impunity, Fecal teaches at Harvard, or Yale, genarco garcia luna retired to a millionaire life in Florida but I suspect he is still a partner of Carlos Slim Helu, (Indigo)
      Never mind the foot soldiers, they are sooo pedestrian...

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  8. I drove that road back in 2003 from Texas to Monterrey but you couldn't pay me to drive it today. In fact I may not be able to drive that road ever again.

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    1. Dude the toll road is good. The only precautions i would take are on the outskirts of monetry and laredo

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  9. The guy who took the video and uploaded it to social media was found by cdn.

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    1. and got beaten...is he dead?

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    2. No, just beaten up and spray painted. Dude got lucky.

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    3. They painted him green and black millitary colors.He got severely beaten just like the other man who they wrote on and killed.Cdn monitors social media how did they find these two bloggers?

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    4. 4:11 it is easier to find 2 motherfacking twiteros you have to locate, than 43 Ayotzinapos you have under arrest in military barracks...

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  10. SEDNA sent to fight and clear the plaza on behalf of CDS or CJNG ? Mexican police and army are both very corrupt and fight for the narco gangs that do the highest bidding. Common innocent mexicans are screwed.

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  11. Go to Facebook page monitor de Laredo they have the whole story with pictures of the man involved.

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  12. Monitoreo de Laredo not monitor dam autospell

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