Monday, March 25, 2019

Tamaulipas: "Topón" between Metros and Scorpions of CDG in el Becerro-Reynosa

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from VXT

Sicarii from the factions of Los Metros clashed with members of Los Escorpiones, both from the Gulf Cartel, in a breach near this border.

Although there were several hit men killed in the brutal confrontation, the Attorney General of Tamaulipas, has not issued official information about it, as it has done in previous cases, registered in Reynosa, Matamoros, Rio Bravo and Miguel Aleman.

Through social networks, the citizens of this border, warned about the confrontation between members of different factions of the Gulf Cartel and that threatened to spread to the city.

The confrontation between Metros and Escorpiones, this group was led by Alfredo Cárdenas alias El Contador, nephew of Osiel Cárdenas who was recently arrested,  to seek control of the CDG in this plaza.


The shooting was recorded in the El Becerro and the Viaduct at the  Reynosa breach. The CDG assassins manned stolen vehicles and were dressed in cloned uniforms of the Secretary of National Defense.


72 comments:

  1. What happened to R1 ? He was old school CDG before the Zetas split.He was in charge of the zetas and all the security groups of CDG.

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    1. Some people dont realize that there is/was 2 known R1 in CDG, mejia gonzales r1 and chive r1 (former fresita faccion).
      Internet rumors say that mejia might have went to work for los sinaloa or los michacanos.
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      That get got killed in battle by rivals or military.

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    2. But R1 vanished because XW set him up with the death of M3. Toro/m42 just a sicario and juanito/juanilo killed M3. Thats why gamma3 is ready to kill m42/toros disciples!

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    3. R1 was killed. By a gunship.

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    4. Mexicano mata al mexicano.

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    5. He's chilling out in Zantiago Nuevo León

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    6. R1 saw the house burning down so he took all his cash and bounced like a chicken escaping from the coop

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    7. Wasn't r1 like the point man for the cdg after the zetas split? That dudes crews were piling zetas to the sky

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    8. He was not in charge of the Zetas but that guy is long gone dead!

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    9. The famous R1, heard different accounts of his story from dead to laying low in the starr county area, I would like to know some information about him as well

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    10. He works for Mencho now.

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    11. Wait so r1 ddidnt kill m3? I thought el coss told r1 to kill him. So m42 was the actual assasin?

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    12. 6:16 anybody can kill.
      Mexicans have not degenerated into killing by the millions yet, they still Don't kill other countries' peoples to save them from anything or from anybodyand they have not armed their enemies to do the job for any other Mexican to fight enemies selected by our know-it-all government "leaders" for reasons of greed.

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    13. 8:31 EPN started sending Mexican soldiers to assist peace keeping efforts in other countries, some have started coming back and work. For private security corporations, they learned from the best, like DynCorp and Blackwater...
      --Get ready for your tehuacanazos...

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  2. Go gett them boys

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  3. These dumb golfos cdn pushing further into there territory everyday and they still killing each other they gonna be some extinct golfos soon I think by the end of the year tamps will belong to cdn

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    1. Cdn cant take cd victoria they can take camargo. At this point theyre preparing an all out takeover of monterrey. I doubt they will succeed.

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    2. Stupid mo**********s instead of metros and scorpions joining together against cdn

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    3. That will never happen deep betrayal lead to infighting all thanks to X-20, Wicho, Toro. Until CDG Reynosa is done maybe but now Matamoros has a another war Scorpiones vs Cyclones infighting. The new war started because Cyclones keep extorting & kidnaping innocent people the whole Cardenas family is against hurting innocent bystanders.

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  4. Excellent I can sure use that AK-47, to protect the town, more bullets and magazines will come in handy.

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    1. You can be like Rambo.

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    2. Once the cartels find out, your creating a autodefensa, they get the corrupt government to take action with the army, that way they cartel can continue killing people as they please without any resistance. Best you kill the criminals with a mask on.

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  5. Chivis a manta in TJ declares war on aquiles and his brother for the kidnapping of chuy labras relatives

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    1. Ctng kidnapped them dudes now they blaming rivals for it trying make caf n cds kill each other since ctng cant do the job

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    2. Who is chuy labra?

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    3. Big drug capo for the arellano cartel before hes arrest.

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    4. 11:22 un pinche taquero de Aguascalientes, Jesus Labra Aviles.
      What I wonder is how is he related to Pedro Aviles, bumped off by Miguel Angel Felix Gallardo "el padrino" to steal all the Sinaloa drug trafficking, and how Don Chuy ends up working with the AFO,
      the AFOS were his wife's nephews, children of her sister.

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    5. "Don Chuyito" Jesus Labra Aviles is married to the sister of the mother of the Arellano Felix clan, from the family of Pedro Aviles killed by federal police to leave it all for El Padrino, Miguel Angel Felix Gallardo, uncle of the AFOS, of course they all deny they are family or their drug trafficking connections...

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  6. Nice Bulgarian akm.

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  7. Can the Gulf Cartel even be considered one organization at this point? It's just disparate gangs fighting each other. Even the Zetas aren't as splintered.

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    1. "Disparate gangs" as you call them don't transport tons of coke to the U.S. Obviously there's still some kind of organization going on. Or do you think the guns, armored cars, assault rifles, 50 cals, granades,etc. are all donations?

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    2. You're correct. The Gulf Cartel and Los Zetas should be thought of more like the Crips and the Bloods. Just because different gangs have the same name doesn't mean that they have anything to do with each other.

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    3. The true gulf cartel is the matamoros faction. They made a peace with the old school zetas. The metros are so fucked up that the cdg didnt even invite them to the table to meet with matamoros and old school zetas. Cdn is attacking the frontera chica which is camargo faction cdg from the west. So they bear the brunt of that and the matamoros faction wont help cus they want camargo weak. One thing is clear. Whomever el sr cortez left in charge is going to continue to try to bring reynosa into the fold.

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    4. 10:15 --bloods and crips buy guns and bling, smoke truck loads of shit, and police persecute them.
      --Mexican narcos buy tools and maruchan, work for melitary and poolice, and export truck loads for business.
      can't compare

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  8. CDN is not only hitting CDG from the west but also from the south.
    CDN kidnapped Ciudad Mier mayor last year and was found alive now that miguel aleman councilman has been kidnapped but not found as of yet.
    CDN is not playing but wont ever take Reynosa from los golfos !

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    1. Looking like middle east countries where endless conflicts continues without resolution.
      Every faction of groups fighting for territorial rights. Clearly of the same ethnicity. But with criminal intent only.

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  9. I would like to know how “El Contador” was living in Coahuila, CDN territory. He gets arrested and the CDN moves in with full force.

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    1. Lol where did you read that??
      He was in San Luis Potosí

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    2. San Luis Potosi used to be a zeta state, the police academy o. Ly accepted cadets approved by the zetas, the SSP DEL estado was all Zetas, investigator Julio Ceballos and his nephew Enriqoe Francisco Galindo Ceballos former jefe de la Polesia Federal were zetas fo' life since they were born, all zetas

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    3. @8:35 who runs the state now.?

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    4. SLP is run by Old school Zetas who is lead by El Fantasma Z3 which ones again is part of the Gulf Cartel. Z3 is now against the whole Treviño Morales Family.

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  10. Tamaulipas has the worst cartel violence, they can't get it right

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  11. Nobody has made incursion into Matamoros. Not Metros or Zetas. Doesn't seem possible as the community is made up of so many CDG Escorpión supporters. All old money and business owners are from the Cardenas/Guerra clan

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    1. Matamoros is the birthplace of cdg but el gordo cherry did fought to take control of the plaza or turf from within. Didnt last long though

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    2. The metros did send groups of sicarios to matamoros when the metros were stronger and did manage to kill a few important cdg members a when the metros vs ciclones war on but never took over the plaza.

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  12. Golfos ain’t even a cartel anymore and cdn getting stronger and stronger they may as well join them or soon there gonna all be fucked

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    1. Yeah cdn is one cell of what used to be the zetas.

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  13. Sicarii - their first two albums were alright

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  14. Metro were the heavy hitters back when M3 was around but the greed and backstabbing led to killing amongst themselves now the other squads don't like them and they are getting hit from CDN on one side and CDG from the other

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  15. These wars are senseless, Mexicans killing Mexicans because of drugs going north. Thousands of overdoses in the us and thousands of Mexicans dead for the control of the market wich will never have. This drug war is a joke

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    1. 6:23 more people get killed in Mexico because of billions of dollars flowing south to Mexico from the US to pay for the War ON drugs, of course those billions never make it home to mexico they get paid to the middle men that scam the US government for their money as soon as they get the check, then they subsidize it with drug trafficking...

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  16. CDG ESCORPIONES FROM MATAMOROS HAVE MOVED ALL THE WAY UP TO RIO BRAVO AND THE METROS ARE FIGHTING AND LOOSING TERRITORY TO ESCORPIONES. THE CDN SMELLS BLOOD AND ARE ATTACKING THEIR FLANK SIDE IN MIGUEL ALEMAN. ITS A WAR OF ATTRITION AND MATAMOROS CDG HAS MORE MONEY AND SICARIOS.

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  17. The Gulfs would be strong if they worked together

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  18. My native Spanish speakers...what does topon mean? Goog translate doesnt really do slang and stuff

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    1. Topon is mexican slang for clash between 2 groups.

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    2. Confrontation

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    3. 9:06, it means a violent clash.

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    4. Thank you!!!

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    5. Head butting like goats, topes

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    6. sorry for the confusion, I thought it would be ok to use a common slang because it says 'clashed' in the first sentence. You are correct it is difficult to find on google. I didn't know that.

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    7. Dont even sweat it Chivis..just glad to be able to pick up more words for my spa is vocab. Lol

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  19. Que se maten todos pa que anden agusto

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  20. Instead of fighting off the rivals they fight among themselves. I suspect if there is sleeper cells in CDG planted by CDN to weaken CDG factions.

    SK

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  21. Excellent.
    Mr Burns 🔥

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  22. 9:19 Wild Thing... You tube. One bootyfuuul Song.

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  23. Imagine if cdg and z aligned again? They would be a force to be reckoned with. If they got together and started invading plazas they wouldn't have to stoop to low petty crimes to survive.

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    1. It wont stop pety crimes and tje cdg and old school zetas do work together. Cdn is ready to try to take over Monterrey. Lets see how that goes.

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    2. Zetas made so much money with extortion and piso from shop owners and businesses- they will never stop. Same with fuel theft.
      It’s about money and not about feeding your foot soldiers.

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  24. 12:34,

    You are wrong by saying they wouldnt have to stoop to low crimes. If they got together they would have to stoop to low crimes even more cause the plazas have only certain amout of money it can generate and there would be more mouths to feed by joining together.

    You see, the people who get most of the money from drugs are the folks pulling the strings of the cartels. Cartels itself get only tiny amount of the drugs profit, of course the bosses get their share but the lower you go the less you get and that is why the foot soldiers do those low crimes such as kidnappings an extortions.

    When you hear amounts such as 5 milion here, 50 milion there, cartels dont get to keep it, the folks in expensive suits and polished shoes get almost all of it, the big cartel bosses get enough themselfs but the rest get scraps if that...

    Cartels could not and would not operate with out government help and approval, in fact cartels are created by governments and such to do the dirty work.

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  25. That's a sweet Arsenal AK.

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