Thursday, March 28, 2019

Veracruz: Shootout with agents leaves 4 CJNG dead

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from Noreste



Zempoala, Ver.-  Today, Wednesday, a large police mobilization, with air support,  was generated in the town of Zempoala, in the municipality of Ursulo Galván.

According to official sources, they confirmed a confrontation with armed civilians [CJNG]. It was specified that when the elements arrived at the scene, they observed a man who wore a tactical vest and carrying a long weapon. As they approached him he saw the agents and fled towards a home, firing his weapon at the agents.

Faced with this situation, the police elements repelled the attack by initiating a shootout that left four people killed.

Found and seized in the CJNG safe house were weapons and tactical gear with CJNG and Veracruz emblems. 

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56 comments:

  1. Damn CJNG you scary .

    They have the best weapons and tactical gear.

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    1. I know right good but stocks on the m4's the Glock and a barretta

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  2. Looks to me like the authorities are with the zetas on the east coast now I think Cjng time in Veracruz and surrounding areas is over

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  3. I wonder how long the government asked the dead "Falsos Positivos" to surrender and advising them they were surrounded, I am sure the helicopters and death squads just were driving around by coincidence. What is a good crime scene without u informed and armed to their teeth enemy combatants, the police received no gun shots of coursers.
    Murder She Said.

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    1. And wtf is wrong with that? These scum deserved to die plain and simple. Wth are u from cndh?

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    2. 4:17 what is wrong with "Falsos Positivos" is that there is a Crime de Lesa Humanidad right there...
      Alvaro Uribe Velez has been fighting like a bitch trying to save his ass for the last 20 years for his Falsos Positivos in Colombia while the US tries to keep helping him conserve his impunity.

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  4. All these articles on how cjng is getting their asses handed to them and you will still see some dumbass comment saying they are most powerful and taking all the plazas. They are spread thin right now and being ran out of their own state

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    1. Veracruz is the only state they are having problems in. Keep up tonto

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    2. 10:02 dummy cjng is even having trouble in jalisco,guanajuato,michoacan,baja california etc..

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    3. hahaha Tonto.

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    4. CJNG NO TRAE NADA EN COAHUILA NI TAMUALIPAS

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  5. This doesn’t looked like much of a fight at all, the only holes are in the bodies- headshots at that!!!

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    1. 5:54 And it looks so sweet. Kill a tweeker make the 🌎 a better place.

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  6. They should get their money back for their vest, they didn't help them stay alive...i guess "cjng" patch is not bullet proof...

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    1. Lol wheres the maruchans doe?

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    2. Lol de camaron, pollo o de rez mi compa

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  7. Sicario 006 please give us a detailed description of the firearms that appear on the picture

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  8. I don't see any bullet holes. Head shots only. lethal Mexican military

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    1. Kuddos to la marina 👏

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    2. Canoeing, signature shot of the Seal Team Six...

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  9. The only good tweeker, is a dead tweeker. God smiles everytime a roach scum bites the dust. Dead to all tweekers kill on sight they deserve no rights.

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  10. These lames were beyond broke not a single maruchan spotted on that filthy kitchen. Just that big pot to warm water to prepared such narco delicacy. Rest in hell u filthy tweakers. Arriba el ⚓ ⚓. If it was normal police that rid the world of these vermin 👏 thats the way to go.

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  11. Mayo Zambada flexing his muscle.

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  12. What no lookouts? This is could have been prevented.

    CJNG lacking security measures.

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    1. No money, no lookouts. Cjng is in decadency xD

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    2. They were ordered to run into the house,
      then assassinated for practice. Typical of Mexican armed forces.

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  13. That looks staged, police are working for Zetas now. Cjng having a hard time this year in Veracruz.. I think it's just north of Veracruz where Zetas are strong though not in the center or south of the state. Cjng is just moving up north where the zetas are king and it shows. That's how cjng were when they entered michoacan until they found a way like 6 years later

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    1. The Zetas? Zeta's have been falling off the map for years. This looks like Mayo.

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    2. 12:15 Nuevo Leon is still Zeta .

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    3. So is Coahuila. 12:15

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  14. I wonder what cartel is the government going to sell all those weapons to? My guess is Cdg-Zetas vieja escuela.

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  15. Homemade glocks berreta with a silencer and a bunch of ghost m4 80 percenters cheap ass guns

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    1. Looks like some AR pistols also

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    2. Ghost guns work as good as any other regular gun if u know what u doing...cheap would be as of price not quality....

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    3. honestly. ugly carbines. Where is a beautiful RIFLE in m16 A2 configuration?

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    4. what does it matter if they are ghost or not lmao they all shoot rounds

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  16. have you heard the news? It's a war for control in Mexico. Cjng entering plazas and cds counter attacking mencho in jalisco with no end.. this war against two international cartels is never ending and will only kill millions of Mexicans with no help from unided nations or any organization that is supposed to help in time of chaos in a country. This should be a priority but IT'S NOT. Wonder why??? (Sarcasm)

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    1. Is organized crime not a freaking insurrection. If there were constant daily battles like Tony Tormenta or the 40+ dead zetas back in 2010 then yes. Is Monterrey, mexico city or Guadalajara in a state similar to Aleppo?

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    2. Millions of Mexicans?
      The war began around 2008 and its barely at hundreds of thousands
      Calm down

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    3. 6:09 yes, I said millions! It started 8n 2006 and government always keeps the murder rate down because each city doesn't want to be known like a city or state with no control over it's citizens.
      Think about it.
      you really think its thousands? Your not so bright

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    4. In 12 years at about 100 000 per year, the war ON drugs has cost Mexico about one Million casualties, Mostly innocents, and the US paid about 36 billion dollars "to the Mexican government" to keep up the fight, a lot of US Corporate Welfare depends on it

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  17. I see no bullet impacts on the walls or floor. Only headshots and left in odd spaces. Staged

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    1. I see no problem if it was staged. All that matters is these loosers got their asses handed to them.

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    2. 4:21 the problem with "staged" is that they use innocents...
      Wake the fack up,
      the Mexican armed forces are one bunch of assholes.

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  18. Food for the eye to see these guys laying lifeless...

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  19. Good riddance cjng should be shot on sight. They kill and extort innocent people

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    1. Not just cartels. There are many others in sheep's clothing who are the real wolves.

      Woof woof

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  20. Sad fukn days in Mexico when our children our brothers fathers uncles cousins sobrinos are dying like rats in New York just another day move on nothing to see here he's Mexican so it's fine like another fly in that sticky fly trap...puto Gobierno Mexicano y toda la bola de juras azules verdes negros putos vendidos USA can't step in why ???????

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    1. 7:14 vendidos pero no pagados, they must find their own way to get paid, and if it is going to be, the narcos, sicarios, drug traffickers and cartels will pay...
      --Anque no traguen ni maruchan.

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  21. To all the cheerleaders and fanboys of any cartel- stop arguing over stupid shit! CJNG are taking hits but they are the only cartel fighting this many wars in so many different territories. So they are definitely not going anywhere and remain the largest cartel in Mexico when it comes to territory. This is just a fact, I don't feel any type of way about it and neither should you. Big and small cartels are all greasy bastards and deserve no praise or fans!

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    1. Yet here you are using cjng propaganda as a talking point. Who told you cjng is the largest cartel in Mexico? That is a theory but in no way a fact. Nice try with the passive cheerleading.

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    2. 2:28 the irony. You damm cheerleader

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    3. Ha ha God damn you both totally missed the point of my statement. I'm now in a lose lose with you 2 I could show you how just about every major government considers this cartel the largest, but that makes me a cheerleader. Check any source out there for yourselves you might be enlightened.

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  22. CDS, El Chapo and El MAYO RULE!

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