Thursday, March 28, 2019

Tamaulipas:4 CDN and a policeman arrested for the murder of Anti-Kidnapping prosecutor

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat La Jornada

5 suspects arrested or the murder of the anti-kidnapping prosecutor  Tamaulipas . Four of them are alleged members of the Northeast Cartel and one is a policeman.Killing may be connected to the arrest of José Alfredo Cárdenas Martínez, "El Contador"




The Attorney General of Tamaulipas (PGJT) reported that five of the six suspects were arrested, material perpetrators of the execution of prosecutor Lucia Patricia Butrón Rivera, who was gunned down last Thursday at the door of her home in this capital city of Victoria. One of the detainees served as an agent of the Anti-kidnapping Group of the State Attorney's Office.


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Irving Barrios Mojica, head of the state prosecutor's office, said that in the crime the perpetrators used three types of weapons, among them a 40-millimeter short-bore weapon that caused the death of the civil servant. Procurator's Office

He also reported that Juan José N., Edgar Eduardo N., Cesar Eduardo N., who were identified by the authorities as members of the Northeast Cartel and José Martín N. of the Anti-kidnapping Group, were arrested.

The authority does not rule out that the fugitive is one of the leaders of a criminal group, who has committed other violent acts in Ciudad Victoria, in addition to other crimes related to the type of weapons that the gunmen used in the execution, he said.

 The crime is related to a cell of the Northeast Cartel, since three of the detainees are originally from Nuevo Laredo, Barrios Mojica said.

Butrón Rivera was murdered on Thursday of the previous week, around 9:00 am when she left her home and was getting ready to board an official vehicle, to go to the state attorney's office, where she was in charge of investigative fiscal.


From Reforma:

Unofficial sources pointed out that the murder of Attorney Lucía Patricia Butrón Rivera would be a reprisal of organized crime for her participation in the legal prosecution of José Alfredo Cárdenas Martínez, "El Contador", who was apprehended at the beginning of March and is Osiel's nephew. Cárdenas, leader of the Gulf Cartel.

18 comments:

  1. Looks like cdn own Victoria now they always had a stronghold there the rest of tamps will follow soon

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    1. Did VEZ cells flip or get pushed out? Coca Victor Zetas have never gotten along well with Nectar Lima Zetas.

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    2. Defender a Los Osielitos lleva a este grupo al bote,
      no redemption, I mean, is el contador CDN or a golfa?
      And as always corrupt polesias in the middle, who vets them?

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    3. Lol. Cdg is cd victoria. Cdn cant even take camargo much less reynosa or matamoros.

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    4. 2:04 Osielitos = los Zetas

      ZVE is alive but no news, Their members might move to Reynosa to assist Escoripones(Matamoros) CDG against Metros CDG.
      ZVE was funded by Matamoros CDG since the start. I even heard on mexican blogs that Z12 used to travel from Cd VIctoria to Matamoros frequently

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  2. Why would cdn go after someone that just put one of their rivals away ???

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    1. You don't find it curious that El Contador was arrested in San Luis Potosi?

      CDN is hitting the same targets in Miguel Aleman as El Contador and his Escorpiones are after. "The enemy of my enemy is my friend."

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    2. To cause the authorities to focus on CDG instead of CDN. Think about it, CDN kills one of the Ministeriales who worked on “Contador” Cardenas’ case, then leave a message signed CDG that taunts the head of the Ministerial Police, the state AG, and the governor. That would bring an intense focus on the remnants of Cardenas’ operation and make it easier for CDN to take territories.
      Also—side note—the head of the Ministerial Police in Tamps is a dirty-ass cop; he was transferred to Tamps from Mich because families complained that he was kidnapping people.

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    3. No no no read it again

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    4. CDN is allied to CDG Matamoros factions but not los metros

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  3. I am astonished that they caught the criminals in this homicide, including a currupted cop, thereby making it an inside job.

    Mexico-Observer

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    1. 8;29 el Dinero hace ciego
      Hasta al ojo del caballero.

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  4. Great news. Has there ever been a movement in Mexico to implement a death penalty?

    The Aztecs didn't believe in prisons. They went hardcore on the death penalty.

    Justice Nuthugger

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  5. Really confused.. i thought it was originally reported on here that CDG was responsible for the kidnapping. Why would CDN be going after someone who put away a CDG capo?

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  6. Question is why they need 5 to kill her?

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    1. Because she was a top dog, you dig.

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    2. 3:02 typical operation, one Federal or estatal Police and 5 local polacs to screw it all up, nice job...
      But local police were probably watching them fack up but could not get involved unt there was a body, or at least some buddy got shut, like in the CASAS DE LA MUERTE IN CD JUAREZ...
      --JOHNNY SUTTON WAS LISSENIN' DAMET SO SAID fired whistle-blower SAC Sandy Gonzalez decorated Hero... Turned criminal and fired...

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  7. easy fix... two things. 1. no amparos 2. implement the death penalty. if a homicide is committed linked to drug trafficking sentence the perpetrator to death.

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