Friday, March 22, 2019

Veracruz: The war against cartels; CJNG taking the most hits

 Sol Prendido Borderland Beat from eVerzcruz.mx veracruz.mx


Xalapa, Ver. - Of seven organized crime groups that fight "the plaza" in Veracruz, the Jalisco Cartel Nueva Generación (CJNG) has been the most battered in the first three months of the Cuitláhuac García Jiménez administration.

According to the analysis of 597 official communications, the group founded by Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes, alias "El Mencho", has suffered major arrests, property assurances and abatment in 12 municipalities where this cell was based from the government of the PRI, Javier Duarte.

The state leader Cuitláhuac García has recognized before senators and media the presence of at least six cartels in the entity: CJNG, Los Zetas, Zetas Old School, Sangre Nueva Zeta, 35 Z, Cartel del Golfo and Grupo Sombra.

Against these groupings the Public Security Secretariat (SSP) registers 23 actions from December 1 to date; 19 correspond to the CJNG, two to the Zetas, two to Sangre Nueva Zeta and one to the Grupo Sombra. On the remaining two cells, Zetas Vieja Escuela and 35 Z, there are no reports.

Click to enlarge. Chart depicts number of hits each cartel sustained-revealing it is the major target

The 19 "blows" to the CJNG were distributed in Boca del Rio, Tlalixcoyan, Tierra Blanca, Misantla, Acayucan, Manlio Fabio Altamirano, Playa Vicente, Cordoba, Fortín, Río Blanco, Cotaxtla and Coatzacoalcos. Most of these municipalities were dominated by the CJNG as of its arrival in 2011, which was marked with one of the bloodiest scenes in the immediate history of Veracruz.

On September 20, 2011, 35 bodies were thrown in front of the monument of the Voladores de Papantla, in Boca del Río. The act was awarded to him by the group called the "Mata Zetas" (Zeta Assassins), who would later reveal his true identity in various crimes signed as the CJNG.

From that mass crime, "El Mencho" group displaced Los Zetas as the most powerful cartel and expanded by the entity of the Gulf of Mexico that has 700 meters of coastline, three airports, three high-altitude ports, and highways that connect to the south with the north of the country.

7 cartels fight Veracruz; Government focuses on one

It was from 2019 when the administration of Cuitláhuac García undertook an affront to this organization that in the government of Miguel Ángel Yunes Linares (2016-2018), responded to similar measures with the murder of Juan Camilo Castagné Velasco, former State Coordinator of the Police Federal.

The first "coup" of the SSP, in charge of the Monterrey-born Hugo Gutiérrez Maldonado, occurred on January 5 in Hueyapan de Ocampo, a municipality located to the south of the entity besieged by the theft of fuels.

Three young people linked to the Jalisco Cartel were arrested in flagrante delicto in the town of Cuatotolapan, while they were traveling aboard a Volkswagen vehicle, type Jetta, model 2018, which had a theft report dated December 27, 2018.

Those arrested in the operation were Kevin "N", 18; Julio César "N" of 22 and Moisés "N" of 25; In addition, two long weapons without marks or license plates were confiscated and each one with a magazine supplied with 27 cartridges, caliber 2.23; a long gun brand Intratec, model tec-9, caliber 9 mm, with license plate 06299 and with a magazine supplied with 21 cartridges, caliber 9 mm.

From that action, the communiques highlighted with black letters frontal attacks on the criminal cell of the "Mencho" became more constant. This triggered a series of clashes that lasted 72 hours and left five people dead: four civilians linked to the CJNG and a state policeman.

The second most affected group is the Los Zetas cartel. The most important event happened on March 4, 2019, with the arrest of Alain López Sánchez, alias "La Liebre", on the Malecón de Coatzacoalcos. He is one of the leaders within that criminal structure.

La Liebre was two years away from justice and his arrest offered one million pesos as a reward, since in addition to the arms and drug trade is indicated as the alleged mastermind and material of the murder of a family in June 2017, in Coatzacoalcos, where four children lost their lives.

To this action is added the capture of Luis "N", 18 years old, supposed member of Los Zetas. The SSP pointed to this subject of the deprivation of liberty of two people, committed on February 17 in the municipality of Álamo Temapache.

On December 31, 2018, elements of the Institute of Auxiliary Police and Patrimonial Protection for the State of Veracruz (IPAX), repelled the aggression of individuals who attempted to commit a robbery on the railways of the municipality of Acultzingo.

The incident occurred in the section known as La Pera, at Kilometer 271, where criminals on board a motorcycle taxi began a verbal aggression, to later shoot at elements of an IPAX patrol.

These robberies to trains have been attributed to the group Zeta Sangre Nueva, composed of alleged lieutenants of Roberto de los Santos de Jesus alias "El Bukanas", leader huachicolero and municipal ex-municipal for whom the government of Veracruz offers 5 million pesos for news about his whereabouts.

On February 19, state and federal forces rescued a person deprived of their liberty in the municipality of Pánuco, north of Veracruz, and captured one of the plagiarists, Isaías "N", 55 years old. A security house was also secured, where two AK-47s were seized, with six loaders and 115 ammunition; in addition to seven ammunition for R-15 and tactical equipment.


In the north of the state, the cartel with the greatest dominance is the so-called Grupo Sombra, with a presence in the municipalities of Tuxpan, Poza Rica, Papantla, Coatzintla and Tihuatlán, who, on Christmas Eve, distributed dinners and drinks in colonies in the north of the country. state. "These dinners were sponsored by Special Forces Grupo Sombra, Felices Fiestas" was read on cardboards.

1. Hueyapan de Ocampo: detention of three youths with weapons and vehicles: On January 5, 2019, the arrest of Kevin "N" of 18 years is recorded; Julio César "N" of 22 and Moisés "N" of 25 in the town of Cuatotolapan; they were confiscated two long guns without marks or license plates and each one with a magazine supplied with 27 cartridges, caliber 2.23; a long gun brand Intratec, model tec-9, caliber 9 mm, with license plate 06299 and with a magazine supplied with 21 cartridges, caliber 9 mm.

2.-Tlalixcoyan: Dismantle SSP property of the CJNG: On March 16, 2019 a ranch is insured, in addition to tactical equipment and seven vehicles: three Volkswagen, Passat, Gol and Jetta Classic, YAN-912A, YED- 576A and YKL-88-75, respectively; two RAM trucks, type 4000 and 2500, plates XH9-342A and VP-66-003; a Ford Super Duty, XT-36-543, and a Mazda CX-7, WPN-76-07.

3.-Boca del Río: They secure a safe house and rescue 2 children. On March 16, 2019, homeownership and release of two young people were registered, in addition to armored vehicles, two handguns and one long gun, three chargers, cartridges of different calibers, tactical equipment and tarpaulins with the initials CJNG.

4.-Tlalixcoyan: They dismantle the security house and beat four of the CJNG. On March 15, 2019, the seizure of a security house on the ranch called Isla de los Pajaritos, in the community of Otapa, was recorded. This diligence, had as balance the downing of four presumed members of the CJNG.

5.-Tierra Blanca: CJNG camp secured with weapons and vehicles. On March 13, 2019, a camp was registered in the "La Chincheta" ranch, as well as three long weapons, a short weapon, a ballistic vest, a tactical Kevlar helmet, a fragmentation grenade; a Toyota Hilux, T97-ATW plates; another, Nissan type NP300 Frontier, plates XV74-658; and an Italika motorcycle.

6.-Misantla: Abaten 3 members of the CJNG. On March 12, 2019, the downing of three alleged members of the CJNG is recorded; For these events, a wooden construction, three vehicles, and armament and tactical equipment were secured.

7.-Acayucan: Two members of the CJNG are detained; recover four vehicles. On February 20, 2019, the arrest of Luis "N" of 18 years and Hector "N" of 33; they secured an M-1 gun, calibe30 mm, a magazine without cartridges, five ballistic helmets, four tactical vests, two caps, a camisole and trousers with the initials "CJNG".

8.-Tlalixcoyan: Locate Civil Force two security houses. On February 20, 2019, the insurances of two security houses in the town of Las Mesillas are recorded; also three balaclavas, a rifle holder, two cops, a tactical vest, a pair of tactical boots, an R-15 charger, seven beds, four refrigerators, four air conditioners, 27 gas tanks, among other equipment.
Cities in Veracruz where cartels have suffered major hits

9.-Tierra Blanca: Two alleged members of the CJNG are detained. On February 7, 2019, Alejandro "N", 22 years old and Cornelio "N", was arrested on a dirt road on the Mata de Caña-Paso del Tigre stretch; the authority confiscated a Honda brand vehicle, CRV type, white, five R-15 rifles, three AK-47s, a 22mm caliber rifle, a 16mm shotgun; 450 cartridges of 5.56 mm, 430 of 7.62 x 39 and 35 of 12 mm, as well as 28 magazines supplied with 35 cartridges caliber 5.56, 21 with 35 cartridges 7.62 x 39 and two with 50 cartridges 7.62 x 39.

10.-Tierra Blanca: dismantled SSP warehouse of alleged members of the CJNG. On February 6, 2019 the dismantling of a warehouse was recorded where groceries, refrigerators, office furniture, tires and tactical equipment were insured: eight black polo shirts, 11 caps with the initials CJNG, six black bibs with carrying bags, five Tactical vests, three gendarmerie trousers, three Kevlar helmets, two pairs of boots, a ski mask, a pistol case and a pair of handcuffs.

11.-Tlalixcoyan: Recovers SSP 9 vehicles; four of the CJNG. On February 6, 2019 the insurance of four vehicles is recorded: black Jeep, XZR-733A plates; a Ford Focus blue sky, plates E20-ADV; a Volkswagen Jetta Classic gray, plates YJW-9971; and a white Nissan March, plates L79-ARA. In each vehicle they found clothing with the CJNG insignia and 5.56 caliber cartridges.

12.-Manlio Fabio Altamirano: Two are detained for crimes against health. On February 2, 2019 the arrest of Gabriel "N" of 27 years and his companion Jesus "N" of 26, who manned a vehicle with economic number 6999, with plates 262-2XDB of Veracruz, Nissan brand, Tsuru type . Inside the car, they found 11 doses of what appears to be cocaine, three of what appears to be glass and a pipe.

13.-Vicente Beach: Rescue two people kidnapped by CJNG. On January 31, the SSP rescued two people illegally deprived of their liberty by alleged members of the CJNG. Two troops were injured; likewise, the victim was injured. In the place of the events, they rescued a second victim and also found the bodies of two people who had also been abducted and who were killed by the criminals.

14.-Córdoba: Captures Civil Force to two presumed members of the CJNG. The Civil Force arrested on January 30 two presumed members of the CJNG during a preventive inspection of a car. The troops secured a backpack type mariconera with about 50 doses of ice and cocaine and arrested Rigoberto, alias "Rigo", 32 years; and Óscar, alias "Coyote", 39 years old

15.-Rio Blanco: Three are arrested with weapons, one of them implicated in the murder of Valeria Cruz. On January 20, 2019, detention of Rodrigo "N", of 21; and Efraín "N", of 35 and Diego "N", of 27 years of age, this last one indicated like accomplice in the murder of Valeria Cruz Medel, daughter of the federal deputy of Morena, Carmen Medel.

16-Fortín: killed, two members of the CJNG. On January 16, two alleged members of the Jalisco Cartel were killed on the federal highway Fortín-Huatusco, after depriving a person of their liberty. When going the state elements were attacked with firearms, repelling the aggression. Police forces secured two vans; a car type sedan and two firearms.

17.-Cotaxtla: Dismantled operational peace house security. On the 14th of January in the municipal capital of Cotaxtla, Adolfo "N", 45 years old, was captured; Braulio "N", 42; and Jesus "N", of 38; In addition, two AR-15 rifles, one AK-47 rifle, 14 chargers for R-15 and one for AK-47 were confiscated; 387 useful cartridges and three tactical vests with the legend "CJNG".

18.- The presumed chief of stakes of the CJNG in Coatzacoalcos is detained. On January 14 the elements of the SSP captured Isaac Ernesto "N", aka "Spaghetti", alleged Chief of Stakes, in Coatzacoalcos, under the orders of the CJNG, securing a vehicle with a report of theft and 45 doses of drugs, look like ice.

19.-Coatzacoalcos: They arrest the alleged leader and subordinate of the CJNG. On January 14 the arrest of Alberto Alejandro "N", alias "El Fresa" or "El Trece", presumed second in command of the Coatzacoalcos plaza of said criminal organization and subordinate to Alexis "N", alias "El 09 "or" Sadist ". During his capture, five long and three short weapons, four fragmentation grenades, 17 long-gun and two short-gun clips, 300 5.56-millimeter cartridges, 90 .357-caliber cartridges, 70 9-mm and 14-caliber 22 cartridges were secured.

77 comments:

  1. Taca Tao taca Tao taca taca tao !

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  2. That’s what la mencha gets fir trying to fuck with de FEDERATION con Sinaloa no se juega mi compa
    Un Saludo pa la gente de mazatlan y San Ignacio plebles

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    1. Learn how to spell that’s what happens when you think your a narco you come out half brain dead

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    2. 3:42 Claro que si San Ignacio y Mazatlan! Los caballeros de Mochis, Cosalá, Cópala.. Los Sinaloense de Mata las Menchititas
      Attn: Piloto de la Sierra Madre

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    3. Eso es travajo de Zetas pendejo$ !! Los Sinaloa nomas abren la boca a lo pendejo. El mayo no a echo nada contra cjng. Snitchaloas aka load mouths

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    4. @ 3:56. It's you're not your.

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    5. No mames, como si a sinaloa no le han dado duro, sinaloa es poderoso y siempre estara presente porque es la cuna del narcotrafico mexicano, pero sinaloa no es lo que un dia fue, ya les tumbaron al chapo, ya perdio mas de la mitad de sus plazas, muchos se voltiaron y pelean entre ellos, tienen mucha influencia pero ya no son el cartel #1 ya no son los mas poderosos. A todos les llega su hora

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  3. 4 out of 7 groups duking it out in Veracruz are Zetas. They'd be unstoppable if they'd just smarten up and re-unite.

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    1. Not gonna happen. Key words "smarten up"

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    2. True that...... They should huddle back up... The “Z” Nation....... things would be more under control.....

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    3. The 30+ zetas killed in 2011 were innocent people arrested by la Marrana Duarte's SSPEV agents bossed by Arturo bermudez Zurita "el Jaguar" and delivered to his death squads to prove his and his governor's love to CJNG, but they had been all zetas under governor Z1#2 Fidel Herrera Beltran, who used to be a golfa while working under the shade of governor Miguel Aleman and his successor, all the governors have been associated with criminal mafias like la Mano Negra in Veracruz, the arrested guys named on this report were 10 or 15 years old when the "war ON drugs" was started by the borrachin presidente FECAL...
      I mean, no arrests of Big Wigs

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  4. It's all for show. Los Cuinis pay good money to have their people released almost as soon as they finish locking them up.

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    1. History shows you are 100% correct!

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    2. So they can get their people released but they can't get themselves released. How does that work.

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    3. AMLO sending 1600 military and 800 polesia Federales to Guanajuato to get El Marro, some people. Ask WHY so much violence against one little huachicolero instead of trying to capture some big whales like La Mencha who they accuse has paid his way to the hearts of the powers that beee!

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    4. 10:08 you just finally put to rest that cuinis pay to get their guys out of jail comment. Guys cant even get themselves out lol

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    5. @7:13 Did you miss the part where El Cuini basically cancelled his own extradition process or what? Imagine thinking that being in jail counts for shit in Mexico lmao

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    6. o really?! how come their top financial operator has been locked up for so long then?

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  5. CDS cheerleaders in 32..

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  6. Take no prisoners Marinas!

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    1. Marinas should find the 43 Ayotzinapos, but of course, Admiral of the Mexican fishy sirenas Manuel Mondragon y Kalb, alias "The Kidnapping Karateka", "expert in sudden attacks" was in on their kidnappings and disappearances, pinchi joto is nothing like his grampa El General Mondragon y Kalb or his aunt Carmen Mondragon alias Nahui Olin... Google.
      The Marinas are corrupt too.

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  7. What’s up with all this Sangre nueva Tijuana SN Sinaloa SN BELTRAN SN jalisco SN GOLFO SN

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    1. It’s all monkey see monkey do with these guys. (Todo es chango que ve chango que hace con estos chavos). - Sol Prendido

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  8. Why do all the names end with n when most people from Mexico have 4 names

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    1. Pendejo is your maiden name I’m guessing

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    2. WHy do you not ask for a number of saudi names 😂

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    3. They use both their mother & fathers last name in Mexico. Like Joaquin guzman loera.

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    4. 7:08 NNN, who knows, ZZZ...

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    5. No. It's to keep the last name anonymous... just like they black box the eyes.

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    6. They used to give the full name, after epn they started using n instead of family names. Probably some new law or something. Unless someone else knows any different....

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  9. REAL ZETAS are back and they don't play around. tTweakers jaliscas should go back to puerta de sol.

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    1. "real zetas" back...in you dream. The model of las zetas - guns on defenseless do not work and that is why las menchitas are on time borrowed to. Even in Mexico and especially when other country complain about human rights, the government and other cartels will destroy people like old zeta and cjng.

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  10. Señor mayo, señor del quinto mes al millón, ajua, puro sinaloa compa, chjbg bites the dust. Gonna get ugly for Jaliscas xD

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    1. 2:56 Es verdad. Zeta, Jaliscitas, Rojos, and all except puro narcos (CDS) are weak skinny jean mariposas who must kid nap, extorsión and rob the people with out armas for they have nothing - no strength without the weapon.

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  11. Cdn need to unite all zetas and take control of Mexico

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    1. That would be awesome.

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    2. CDN is real famous, they do not pay their maruchaneros because buying ranchos and horses on the US is more important.

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  12. inb4 everyone says i told cjng are a bunch of tweekers comments lol

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  13. Any one notice those At-15s have bump stocks? More american arms going south.

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    1. The cartel just bought all the remaining inventory from slide fire as the are about to be banned in all 50. It's a big deal getting caught with one and there is no buyback program. The are now classified as a "machine gun".

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    2. With bump stocks being banned next week it should be a no brainer who the #1 buyers elsewhere are going to be. Thanks American Congress for another one of your idiotic moves. - Sol Prendido

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    3. Make owning bump stocks deserving of death penalty.
      Proponents of second ammendment always forget the "well regulated" part, Sol, but they are never there when people get gunned down by crazy saikos that abuse the lack of enforcement of the well regulated part... And Don't forget that these days there are more than ever on the loose, even in Australia and New Zealand.
      It does not pay to be bought with 30 million dollars even if they are in Rubles for Oliver.

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    4. The cartels will be stocking up the on bump stocks, since there will be a large surplus availible.

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  14. Alain López Sánchez (“Liebre”) is a ZVE member and worked under Comandante H (ZVE leader for Veracruz, Tabasco, Chiapas). Liebre was arrested for carrying out the murder of a family that Comandante H ordered (H was arrested for the same crime). There is no such thing as a “Los Zetas” group in Veracruz; it’s ZVE and Sangre Nueva Zetas against 35Z (allied with CDN). The only groups leaving mantas about “los Zetas” are Grupo Sombra and CJNG.

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    1. It is interesting that CDN and 35Z are allied now because 35Z was founded by Ciro Gonzalez Perez (el Puchini) who hated Z40 and left mantas signed “el Perrito de Evelio” on the anniversary of Lazca’s death talking about how 40 and 42 destroyed Los Z. Puchini was one of Lazca’s best friends and knew him for years before el Grupo de los 14 was formed.

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    2. Jalisco used the same tactic Zetas used when they invaded other Mexican states early 2000s by recruiting locals/natives of each state.
      Plus something most people don’t realize a lot of zetas switch and will continue prior to Jalisco takeover. I can personal say this is happening because a guy I know that worked under El Tatanka/Z25 escaped prison and works for Jalisco.

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    3. Chapulines. Jalisco wants to pay with meth. Has anyone heard how jalisco recruits? Making guys fight to the death. They will fall. It just a matter of time. But got to give it to mencho hes one hard guy to find.

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    4. Pinchi Liebre is no Alain Delon.
      Alain Delon was Papasito level.
      -Sol Prendido

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  15. Not to worry soon the , soon the cartels form an alliance,and become stronger

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    1. 7:00 there have been alliances before, soon as the allies faces are known, the sooner their eliminations get started, usually by the poolice state and the states attorneys...
      hey! I seen that movie before, Tom Dewey started cdapping on the American crooks and the winners financed his run for the US presidency, luckily he did not win, he could have put every American in prison... But Rudi Giuliani really put the Russians on the US Map, one year after he got done, the Russians were being shaken by the US government for defrauding Medicare over 2 Billion dollars, like Columbia Health Care owned by "governor then US senator" Rick Scott from Florida...
      In Mexico the poolice is the front line of crime, not any special agent in charge, but the military are taking care of business now, they only want the huachicol...
      But general Salvador Cienpedos won't be around to kick anymore, his Santa Lucia Deal fell through, he did not complete or pay for the fence at the new airport of Mexico City and he defrauded the Chinese, pinchi viejillo pedorro needs to be extradited...

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  16. I thought CJNG was riding around 100 deep in parades here. Seems like they are getting turned away from Veracruz now like I said a week back . Hummmm, where will they go next?? They already lost the Pacific, except for some arrangements for all parties benefit but they just can't seem to find comfort in one state. We shall see .. 💯
    Maybe they can send a convoy of 200 useless innocents, force them to hold steel, throw on some letters, send them to us in Durango and see what happens. Line up fools!

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    1. Cdng al cienon con el señor de los 🐓 🐓

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    2. Awiwis se activaron Los matamenchos del quinto mes,haciendo limpia de lacras.

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    3. asi es compa, pinches lacras de jalisco y michocaca aqui la mascan.. puro Durango, Chihuahua y Sinaloa

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    4. They won't dare to stop in to Durango real talk

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    5. Are you even mexican?

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    6. There ain’t no big wigs in Durango, all small time Sinaloa wannabes.

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    7. How is that relevant 1:06AM? Stop with the nonsense Willito ✋✋

      I am tired of you and others personally attacking MM, Sol and even 006 although i don't think the new one is the real 006. MM and even 006 and most the time, Sol, doesn't attack anyone. I usually stop such comments, it offers nothing of value. Attack the substance of the comment if you disagree, not the person.

      Like big boys do.

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    8. Gracias Chivis! Protect this platform. Great discussions and debates, even some jokes are what makes BB so appealing. Unfortunately, you always got haters without any substance to bring to the table. Plus alot of those folks don't really know, who is writing the reactions to these articles or the identity behind us. If they did, they would most likely listen and trust those words. Anomosity is what makes this platform great. Minus some of the feds who troll😀

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    9. Mikey, why do they need Durango, just a question?
      Curious as to the importance of Durango? If im not mistaken CJNG controls most major ports. Oh im sorry you still think triangle is where the money is? Lmao!

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    10. MM It drives me a bit crazy. What a waste of time. You are correct-no substance? then throw shade. You should see the ones that I don't allow in...

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    11. Let the sicarios oo6 battle it over.

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  17. I’ve noticed a lot of noise from zetas this year looks like there gonna be back to there prime I think cdn will call an alliance with zve and make a full scale assault on Cjng in all plazas one thing we know is there is no one who can take over entire plazas like the zetas there very tactical

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    1. How will zve allied with cdn after the killing of el rex. Sorry but that sounds dumb.

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  18. I thought Veracruz has been a zeta stronghold for years.? If so, it stands to reason that they have been making local government bribes longer than cjng. That to me would explain why there would be more arrests on one side than the other.
    Mn

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    1. Veracruz had many zetas and blo oaxaca had its own cartel associated with the caf and then zetas as this groups weaken jalisco moves in.

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  19. Why is it that every hoodlum claims to be CJNG? Well they did the same with CDS, Before when a cartel used to spread out it was because men from that cartel would be sent out to battle, you had sinaloenses arriving to juarez or tijuana, the first cjng to veracruz where jalisciences and Michoacanos, same with zetas, people from the gulf area would arrive to other states, even the vehicles had plates from their states, thats gone now, nowadays the name is what spreads not the actual cartel. All these guys claim cjng but i bet they have no real connection to cjng and no direct access to Mencho, alot are a bunch of hoodlums that claimed another cartel before, these guys are mostly ex zetas and when zetas weakened and cjng arrived they just switched sides changed names to survive but theyre what they been and still do the shit they where targeted for, thats why cjng arrived to get rid of zetas and now cjng acts like zetas, thats because they only got rid of the zetas name not the men, those men switched sides to avoid being killed.

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    1. They still do, mencho took his crew to Veracruz and intimidated the Zetas to flip and take other Zetas out, just like in Tijuana with CAF and cds switching sides to fight cds.. vang is known to be ruthless and that's why they fear them and rather work with them than against them. Even mayo's people switched to cjng in la Paz and that's what got mayo all worked up lol

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    2. 3:01 CJNG arrived, armed with the empire created by Nacho Coronel and CDS, but working for other bosses, newly elected or on their way, among them, EPN...

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  20. So now there are 3 different zetas not just the 2?

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    1. Zve 35z cdn

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    2. They were many before now is cdn old school zetas left

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    3. Every corner maruchanero is another "zeta cartel" suspicious that the other get paid more or before them,
      nobody can deny they are all ill fed,
      haganse golfas o chinolas
      y coman aguachiles y biste todos Los dias.

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  21. CJNG are a bunch of over rated stupid meth heads given guns who don't know how to shoot properly.

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