Monday, April 29, 2019

Coahuila: CDN leaves Message with body in Monclova

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from VXT


A male was shot to death in a neighborhood north of the city, Estancias de San Juan Bautista, and a narco message attributed to CDN was found next to the body.

The Ministry of Public Security reported that a call was received at the emergency dispatch, sending security elements to the streets Los Pinos, corner with Mezquite, place where they found the man murdered by gunshot wounds.

This person was identified as Pablo César BG 34 years old, with address at Calle Constitución, number 834, Col Estancias de San Juan Bautista, Monclova Coahuila.


The message is partially revealed in the images from the scene, however it appears CDN in the message sent another warning that the same will happen to traitors aka “Chapulines” or grasshoppers.

Monclova sits adjacent to the 57 highway that runs south from the U.S. border through Coahuila.  Monclova is roughly half way south from Piedras Negras to Saltillo. Click on image to enlarge



21 comments:

  1. Grass hopper, I found a name for myself, I will be called El Grasshopper and take over a plaza.

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    1. GRASSHOPPER OR CHAPULIN MEANS TRAITOR/ SWITICHING SIDES.

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    2. Because you always jump into action, pura gente del grasshopper!

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    3. Grasshopper (chapulin) and panochudo a (male pussy) are derogatory terms, think about it mis gilbertonas.

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  2. Hopefully the dead guy is a cjng member

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    1. No tweekers round those places

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  3. If it's CJNG, they're getting close to Sinaloa territory. Next thing you know they'll be heading towards Durango.

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    1. Have u heard bout CDNG al cienon con el señor de los 🐓 🐓

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  4. Reading a story about the 9 CDN sicarios massacred by Fuerza Coahuila in Saltillo and the writer claimed Saltillo is the safest city in Mexico. Chivis, I know you have personal experience in the area, would you consider this statement to be true?

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    1. I wrote the article as noted. so yes. even in 2010 thru 2014 it was relatively safe.

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    2. It goes from feeling 100% SAFE to getting 100% facked up.
      Skip Cuaguila all you want, but Washington ain't much better, what with crack head mayors and shit... Like money grubbing melitary, intelligencers, lobbyists and politicos...
      There is a cancer everywhere, and money lords over it.

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  5. So, is this guy cjng? Things will get messy here in Coahuila if Cdn and cjng are going to start going at it. Been living here in Coahuila for 5 yrs or so and it’s been very quite until now.

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    1. 12:25 are you el DD?

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    2. No i am not but i live in the same area as him.

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    3. 2:10 If you see him tell him it is not nice to cut and run to be a huachicolero por any dinero...

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  6. To what cartel did they flip to?

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  7. Lazcanos old stomping grounds.
    I still got a feeling the Treviño’s betrayed the majority of the original Zs.

    Como decia mi abuelo
    “Moncolvita la bella, como te extraño pero el united states es mi casa”

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    1. Monclovita la Bella got too many new holes courtesy of too many zeta gambusinos panning for coal... LOL cheap bastards,
      making the moreiros rich one coal lump at a time, the foreign banksters that bought and ate it all hook line and sinker, should be left to eat the crap too for not doing due diligence with the money entrusted to them.

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  8. They are killing anyone on the street, and then label them with a manta.

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    1. 6:40 well, the chayote press buys it,
      as long as the shit has some butter underneath.

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