Thursday, June 20, 2019

Guerrero: The confrontation in El Ocotito

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from VXT


The confrontation between two self-defense groups for control of the El Ocotito valley left six men killed in two armed clashes that took place this day in the Central region of the state.

Official reports indicate that at 05:00 hours, the armed group of the United Front of Community Police of the state of Guerrero (FUPCEG), led by Salvador Alanís and Humberto Moreno, the latter the  cousin of the current secretary of Social Development of the state government, Mario Moreno Arcos, burst into the town of El Ocotito, municipality of Chilpancingo where the aggressive group of the Union of Peoples and Organizations of the State of Guerrero (UPOEG), led by Bruno Plácido Valerio, is based.

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Immediately, there was a confrontation that lasted two hours between the two self-defense groups and left an initial balance of three members of the UPOEG assassinated, one more injured and another disappeared.

The scuffle paralyzed the town and caused terror among its society. It also caused the suspension of work and in schools, the closing of shops and the suspension of public transport that runs along the Acapulco-Chilpancingo route on the federal highway that connects the south of Guerrero with the center of the country.

Two hours later, soldiers and state police arrived at the scene focusing on clearing the scene then departed even though there were warnings of additional confrontations, this left the town  to its fate.

Subsequently, a second confrontation was recorded near 6:00 pm in the same place that left three FUPCEG dead.

So far, in the community of El Ocotito there is a tense calm and the residents denounced that the Army and the state police remain as “observers” while  the two groups face each other on the Mexico - Acapulco highway,  divided by the town of Tierra Colorada.





19 comments:

  1. The one in camo in second pic looks no more than 16 yrs old smh

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    1. 9:06 and I'll fed, but nothing matters when there is one more head to blow off with high powered ammo.
      Seal team six members made that shot famous and people comment on it in their writings.
      Like killing huarachudo woolly heads is a lot of pride, little people fail to understand the craftsmanship. I appreciate somebody has been training Mexican Melitary and police in this particularly magnetic sport, it gets the sarcasm flowing.
      Why waste time offering criminals one chance to surrender?

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  2. Did the confrontation happen on the free road or the pay highway? I am guessing it happened on the free road.

    We used to practice for off road dirt bike racing there. From the lake with the Swiss chalet to the pay road, in and arounf the pine trees. It was beautiful and peaceful 23 years ago.

    Fucking government and the rich assholes fucked it up. Especially the smug rich that live in and around Las Brisas in Acapulco.How much more money do they fucking need? Fucking lacra.

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  3. Cartel vs. Cartel
    Those are not self defense groups, if they are only one is good and the other bad. One or the other....

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    1. 9:31 there is no Cartel vs. Cartel when the state government sponsors and finances one side against the other even unofficially as in this case, clearly copied from colombia's AutoDefensas Unidas de Alvaro Uribe who had to put his initials on all his shit

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  4. Both "combatants" got cannoed, as if they got shot while standing next to each other, that is not something AutoDefensas do, I wonder who has been training FUPCEG, the corrupt forces of Guerrero State Government sponsored AutoDefensas, they are not, better than Fuerza Coahuila or juersa Tamaulipas, puro Pinche asesino trying to steal some choice property for their cousin in state government, Guarida Nacional could have sent them to soften UPOEG and make them piss on their pants, it worked some... One more Crime of State for the bottom Line.

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  5. +levantan a familiares del "TAKIA" CDN boss en Nuevo Laredo.
    +CDN se divide, half goes to CJNG, the other half is as good as gone.

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    1. Damn really? Cdn is split? More bloodshed coming

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    2. Wow that’s going to change a lot

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    3. Dude that was a long time ago and it was A
      Zve who did it

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  6. What is this all about?

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    1. About 2 defense groups.

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    2. About dirt claiming rights with few rock debris.
      Just another bunch of uncivilized and restless groups of people. More like tribal wars.

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  7. Two self defense groups fighting each other? Give me a break, they should be protecting the town, of lawlessness cartels taking over thier town. OMG talk about MEXICO, a failed country. Sorry Brazil, Mexico will be the top dog in homicides again.
    El Perin de Tamp.

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  8. In civilized cultures teenagers play soccer, baseball or work part time while attending high school. In other countries they are recruited to kill other teenagers over territorial control. I don't care much when an adult takes a bullet but kids should be allowed to be kids.

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    1. 9:50 In Rwanda it only took a boat loaded with cheap Chinese made Machetes to turn a whole section of people armed with machetes against another without any weapon,
      but nobody can find who done it, no UN, or HR organization, etc
      Chinese corporations now own everything Africa. For some hidden owners? Bet your ass.

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  9. All close up ak shots to the dome you can tell by split and collapsed heads with brain matter everywhere

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