Friday, July 19, 2019

El Chapo's "701" clothing line website, can profits be seized?

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat


This is the website for “701” El Chapo’s clothing line.   The clothing is for both men and women.

On video: Robbing patrons at a Mexico City seafood restaurant

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from Reforma





A group of criminals robbed patrons of a seafood restaurant, in Colonia Del Valle, in Benito Juárez, on the afternoon of this Wednesday, July 17

El Tacubayo killed two women and injured minor children out of revenge

Comalcalco, Tabasco - The detainee acted out of revenge, since the husband of one of the women refused to give him money for extortion.

During an operation between the State Attorney General's Office (FGE) and the Federal Police, Jorge "N", aka "El Tacubayo", one of the main participants in the execution of two women, was arrested last weekend (Sunday) in the municipality of Comalcalco, on which two minors were injured on April 21.

In addition, El Tacubayo was served on July 14 an arrest warrant issued by a control judge for the crime of kidnapping, but the Prosecutor's Office is keeping him under investigation for the crimes of extortion, theft, crimes against health, among others.

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Ex Chief of Security Arrested for Huachicoleo w Ties to Organized Cartel Crime

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Aristegui

Agents of the Attorney General's Office (FGR) arrested Colonel Socrates Herrera , former Physical Security Manager of Pemex, on Thursday for his probable responsibility in the crime of organized crime, with the purpose of committing crimes involving hydrocarbons and illegal abduction of hydrocarbons.

Socrates "H", as identified by the FGR in a statement , was arrested in the state of Guerrero, without the use of violence or involvement with third parties, to be made available to the judicial authority of the Federal Criminal Justice Center in Almoloya de Juárez , Mexico state.

The FGR added that it has completed five arrest warrants related to the criminal case against General Socrates Herrera.

Mexican President calls the sentence of El Chapo "inhumane"

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from Reforma

“.....a person is to be in prison  for life, in a hostile prison, it is harsh, and inhumane." [AMLO]
 

President López Obrador was upset by the sentence of life imprisonment handed down to Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán and the conditions of the prison in which he will possibly remain.

"I am very sorry that these cases occur, I do not want anyone to be in jail, that no one be in a hospital, that no one suffer (...) I hope this does not happen anymore, that all Mexicans have the possibility    of being happy, without incurring in illicit acts, without exposing ourselves, without living with the risks that are run when acting outside the law, "he said.

Guerrero: Tourists Assassinated at Check Point Near Petatlán

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: SPDNoticias

Guerrero: A couple of tourists was killed for passing a checkpoint installed by the community police in the municipality of Petatlán at dawn on Thursday, July 18.

When arriving at the scene, the state police found two people dead, a man and a woman lying on their backs, both with gunshots to the head; one wore knee-length denim trousers and a red shirt, and the woman wore a tank top and black pants with orange tennis shoes.

The victims were identified as the American Paul Nielsen of 48 years and his wife Janeth Vázquez of 43 years, originally from San Lorenzo Almecatla in Puebla, in addition to a 12-year-old boy and son of both, who was injured by the gunshots of fire .

Thursday, July 18, 2019

Corrido musician Samuel Barraza killed in Tijuana


Sinaloense musician Samuel Barraza, 35, was killed in the city of Tijuana when he was in a shopping center accompanied with Edel Hernández FríasIt was the State Attorney General's Office that announced this fact.

On social networks, the artist had more than two thousand followers and had several music videos on his YouTube channel. With songs such as La Noche Ideal and La Parvada de Cuervos were some of the artist's main songs.

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3 Mexico Soldiers and 1 Civilian Arrested for Kidnapping a Teenager

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Milenio

The Ministry of National Defense reported that the people detained during a joint operation, between the Special Prosecutor's Office for the Abduction of the Valley of Mexico and the Special Prosecutor's Office Against the Kidnapping of Guerrero , in which a 14-year-old was released, are military police.

In a joint action, Agents of the Investigation Police of the Attorney General of the State of Mexico (FGJEM) and of the Attorney General of the State of Guerrero, released a 14-year-old teenager who was deprived of the freedom in this municipality and they arrested four people, one of them woman. 

The joint operation was carried out after personnel of the Special Prosecutor's Office against the Kidnapping of the state of Guerrero requested the collaboration of Mexican authorities to locate the place where the minor could be found, who was kidnapped in Guerrero on June 18 . VIDEO:

Video: Shootout in the Streets Of Reynosa

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: SinEmbargo

VIDEO: People are running away and bullets are raining. It is an armed attack against state police in the streets of Reynosa, in Tamaulipas, causing panic among the citizens. According to local media information, the fray occurred in one of Reynosa's main street thoroughfares.

Armed subjects assaulted the uniformed. The members of the state police responded to the bullets. That caused a persecution that covered Boulevard Hidalgo and Boulevard del Maestro, in the city of Tamaulipas.

At least one policeman would have died and two more would be injured. Emergency teams transferred the wounded to Christus Muguerza Hospital, where they received medical attention, media reports.

El Chapo transported to Colorado after sentencing via helicopter and plane

Mica Borderland Beat from NY Post

Don’t let the door hit you on the way out, Shorty.

The feds wasted no time in getting rid of Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman — tossing the Mexican druglord into a helicopter to start his journey to the supermax prison in Colorado almost immediately after he was sentenced to life plus 30 years behind bars, The Post has learned.

“He went from a helicopter to a plane,” an astounded source revealed Wednesday evening. “He’s no longer in the state.”

The speedy departure occurred despite a request from Guzman’s defense team that their client be allowed to remain in New York City for 60 days so they could work on his appeal.

El Chapo Guzmán, the informant who never was

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat republished from Nexos

Excellent read by one of my most respected and trusted authors

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hey are everywhere."

Joaquín Archivaldo Guzmán Loera, better known as El Chapo, looked at the three men in the room with him. For a few minutes he had been babbling incoherently until they entered, and little by little he changed his tone of voice to a normal one. He told them he would be honest with them - he was afraid of his rivals, the Arellano Felix brothers. He offered a deal to the three men: I will give you Arellano Felix and you eliminate the accusations against me and against my brother Arturo.

The two agents of the DEA, the Drug Control Administration of the United States, were accompanied by an agent of the Attorney General of the Republic of Mexico, PGR. None gave way. There is no deal, they said.

'Don Zefe', the mysterious founder of Los Zetas

"MX" for Borderland Beat

Early life and career: 1990s

It was the 1990s, and Gilberto García Mena ("El June") ruled over drug trafficking operations in La Frontera Chica, a border stretch in Tamaulipas that includes the municipalities of Gustavo Díaz Ordaz, Camargo, Miguel Alemán, Mier, and Guerrero. One of his top enforcers was Zeferino Peña Cuéllar ("Don Zefe"), a man who would later become one of the founders of Los Zetas. Don Zefe was friends with Raúl Antonio Rodríguez Barrera ("El Chupón"), a federal police officer who would later become the mayor of Miguel Alemán (1999–2001). But the story of Don Zefe is worth the tale. He was born in Tamaulipas and grew up in a seemingly ordinary family of multiple siblings. He graduated from college with a degree in civil engineering, and then went on to join the Miguel Alemán Municipal Police force just like his father did. However, once in the police, Don Zefe decided to pursue a different career: organized crime.

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

El Chapo Sentenced!

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat
El Chapo has been sentenced.  Judge Cogan has sentenced Chapo to life in prison plus 30. The life sentence is for counts 1-8, the 30 years is for count 9. They are to run consecutively.

He was ordered to pay 12..6 billion dollars in forfeiture.

The former capo of Sinaloa Cartel is 62 years old

He blew a kiss to his wife as he entered the courtroom.


The much anticipated witness, a former cartel member named Andrea Vélez Fernández,  [below] gave a witness impact statement and spoke about how Chapo attempted to have her killed. She was an assistant to Alex Cifuentes.

Tuesday, July 16, 2019

The love for them is clearly evident



Ciudad Cuauhtemoc, Chihuahua - Political hatred has taken extreme proportions in this municipality.

The target of new attacks is Mayor Carlos Tena, who is holding a personal power dispute against Governor Javier Corral.

Two funeral crowns on the Jorge Castillo Cabrera Road,  were placed on the wall of the Pierre Faure school.






Witnesses pointed out that one of the funeral wreaths had the dedication "Tena" and another "Solis". Solis is the Secretary of the mayor. His name is Rafael Solis and he is the leader of Morena in the city.




The report stated that around 7 in the morning parents denounced the incident.

It could be a double threat of death, as is typical in the underworld.

The subversion occurred while Governor Javier Corral vacations in Mazatlan.

Sol Prendido Borderland Beat SOURCE

4 policemen are kidnapped in San Francisco de Conchos, Chihuahua



Municipal agents from San Francisco de Conchos were ambushed by drug traffickers in Valle de Zaragoza, they abandoned their patrol vehicles and walked away with their weapons.

San Francisco de Conchos, Chihuahua.- Four elements of the Security Directorate of the Municipality of San Francisco de Conchos were deprived of their freedom on Sunday night, when they were circulating in the official units in Valle de Zaragoza, where they were intercepted by a group of armed subjects.

The security elements were identified as Angel Carrillo Rey, Ramón Horacio Galindo Castañón, Gustavo Ramírez Jiménez, Salvador Omar Araiza Lozoya, who were traveling in two official units of the corporation, were surprised by the armed individuals, who forced them to board their vehicles,their whereabouts are unknown at this time.

Insecurity in Guerrero: Displaced Persons Group Continues to Grow at Palacio National

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: AnimalPolitico
On Tuesday a group of 56 displaced people from the state of Guerrero, 19 of them under the age of 14, joined the 300 people who were already in protest in front of the National Palace, for three weeks, waiting for President Andrés Manuel López Obrador to receive them and they can raise demands for their return to their communities or relocation. 

The newcomers are from the municipality of Heliodoro Castillo, from the communities of Pueblo Viejo, Vuelta del Sur and La Guitarra.

A year ago, they were forced out of their villages by the same armed group linked to several cartels that in November caused the displacements in Tlaltempanaca, municipality of Zitlala, and in eight communities of Leonardo Bravo, where the other 300 displaced people were then living in Mexico City.

Video: “El Marro's” Assets Frozen, Cartel Santa Rosa de Lima Crippled

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Milenio

José Antonio Yépez Ortiz, "El Marro" , is losing control of its financial and operational structure; he does not have the resources to operate, his accounts have been frozen and his ability to bribe authorities, pay hired assassins and buy off people from different regions of Guanajuato are practically exhausted. 

Federal and state authorities confirmed to MILENIO that the offensive against "El Marro" has not stopped and, through intercepted communications, they have corroborated that the main operators of the Santa Rosa de Lima cartel are defecting, leaving the criminal leader isolated and vulnerable. 

The Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) keeps frozen 35,499,486.73 Pesos of the cartel led by "El Marro" -identified as a generator of violence and fuel theft in Guanajuato and "the King of Huachicoleo", money with which it paid protection and thus evade the authorities . 

José González Valencia: The Flight and Capture of a CJNG Narco

Chivis Martinez for Borderland Beat thank you Neal from OCCRP

Fake ID carried by Gonzalez Valencia


José González Valencia is a man of many names.

Among his comrades in the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generación, one of the most powerful and violent drug cartels in Mexico, he is known as Chepa, Santy, and El Camaron, or the Shrimp.

He is also allegedly a member of the cartel’s finance and money-laundering group, Los Cuinis, named after a fast-breeding Mexican squirrel.

But in Bolivia, where he spent over two years evading justice, he was known as Jafett Arias Becerra, a respectable cattle rancher.

Who is El Sapo or El 90 recruiter for CJNG


Hugo Gonzalo Mendoza Gaytán, better known as El Sapo or El 90 is a member of the CJNG, however he is not just any member, since he is apparently the second in command in the hierarchy of the CJNG, one of the most powerful criminal groups of drug trafficking in Mexico and the World, according to a report by the U.S. authorities.

As reported El Sapo is just below Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes, alias El Mencho current leader of the criminal organization, so it is rumored that in the future El Sapo can become the leader of the CJNG.

El Sapo, in charge of recruiting

Sunday, July 14, 2019

Seven policemen in Durango killed in ambush-2 in serious condition

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from Vanguardia   thank you BB follower



Durango, Durango. - Seven elements of the  State Police  died and two were injured early Thursday morning on the road to the town of  San Francisco de Ocotán , in the municipality of El Mezquital where they were ambushed by a large armed group.  The police force was formed with 11 elements.

It is not known if the law enforcement officers managed to repel the attack and if they caused casualties among the attackers, but after a few minutes they requested support.

SHCP freezes more than 4 billion cartel pesos, mostly of CJNG

Mica Borderland Beat from Vanguardia

The CJNG cartel is considered one of the most dangerous criminal groups in Mexico and the main rival of the Sinaloa Cartel.

So far in this administration, the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) of the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit (SHCP) has frozen 4 billions 600 millions pesos (~242 millons dollars) and 42 million dollars linked to corruption, the theft of hydrocarbons and groups of organized crime, such as the Jalisco Cartel.

The holder of the FIU, Santiago Nieto Castillo , mentioned that at the national level, the Jalisco Nueva Generación Cartel (CJNG) is the criminal group that registers the most illicit operations.

UPDATE: 21 Kidnapped Men Rescued from Forced Labor in Chihuahua

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Excelsior
                                  21 men kidnapped by the narcos rescued; they slept in caves
JULY 16: The Attorney General of Chihuahua, César Augusto Peniche announced that this kidnapping and forced labor of Mexican men was the work of the SINALOA CARTEL.

From six o'clock in the morning they were picked up to work and at night they were put in a cave, where they were watched by armed men who were in charge of beating them if they tried to escape.

Chihuahuam, Chihuahua: July 12, 2019
Elements of the State Agency of Investigation assigned to the West District District Prosecutor's Office in coordination with the State Commission for the Search of Persons, rescued 21 men who were held against their will in a camp, where they were forced to work in the cultivation of drugs.

Among the people rescued are several from different states of the Republic, who were taken with deception to areas of difficult access to prepare premises for the planting of poppies and marijuana.

The information states that two of them had a disappearance report in Cuauhtémoc and two more in the city of Chihuahua, where they were hooked under the promise of work in the placement of fences with a payment of 350 pesos a day.

Saturday, July 13, 2019

Police in Irapuato, Guanajuato are ambushed

Mansion bought by wife of former PEMEX CEO is seized

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat




The Mexican Federal Attorney General's office have confiscated a million dollar mansion amid allegations was purchased by the wife of the former CEO of the state oil company with bribe money. The government locked up the gates to the $1.9million five-room luxury pad in Ixtapa, Guerrero, on Thursday.

Friday, July 12, 2019

Federal Judge Denies Amparo and Orders Capture of Ex Chihuahua Gov Cesar Duarte

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: ElFinanciero
  Federal Judge of Morelos orders capture of the ex-governor of Chihuahua César Duarte

The magistrate dismissed the amparo with which he sought to prevent his capture by any of the 21 arrest warrants that he has against him.

By: Samuel García
Chihuahua: A federal judge of the state of Morelos ordered the Chihuahua government Thursday to proceed with the capture of former governor César Duarte Jáquez , on whom there are 21 arrest warrants for the crimes of embezzlement, aggravated embezzlement and illegal enrichment , among others.

The instruction of the judge of the Eighth District Court has reached both the State Security Commission, Investigation Police, as well as the Office of the Attorney General of the Republic (FGR).

FGR Policeman Shoots Down Helicopter by Mistake

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Milenio
                                           

The Office of the Attorney General of the Republic ( FGR)) apprehended an element of the State Police of Mexico for his alleged responsibility in the crimes of qualified homicide and qualified injuries, after the shooting down of a helicopter on June 16 in the community of Rincon de Cristo, municipality of Sultepec.

Officials of the federal government explained that initially handled the report version that the officers fired at the aircraft  a suspected member of organized crime was allegedly trying to escape , but so far after the investigation  all indications that it was a confusion of the police.

Meanwhile, the FGR indicated that in the investigation folder it is mentioned that the element of the State PoliceHe probably fired on the helicopter in which three women and one minor were traveling, who were injured at the time of the collapse of the aircraft, while the pilot was killed by a firearm projectile.

7 Members of “Los Tanzanios” Fall in Iztapala

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Milenio
                                                                    "Los Tanzanios" 
Capital authorities arrested seven alleged members of the criminal organization narcomenudistas , identified as one of the most dangerous operating in Mexico City . 

The narcomenudistas band that operates in Coyoacán where captured by Elements of the Undersecretariat of Police Operation of the Secretary of Public Safety ( SSC ) in Colonia Leyes de Reforma , Mayor Iztapalapa , where the violent criminal group has its center of operations. 

Confiscated three firearms and more than 1,300 doses of drugs ready for sale.  The arrests were made in Canal de Tezontle and Calle 24 de Abril, 1860, as part of the Operator Rastrillo (rake). 

SLRC, Sonora Municipal Policeman Killed

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: El Sol


Thanks Neal !
The assault was recorded on 25th Street and Mexico Avenue, where subjects who traveled aboard a white sedan car, opened fire with their weapons against the vehicle of Officer Daniel Armenta Santos, who was in charge of the Stolen Vehicle Assistance Group in this city.

Armed attack leaves an  element of Municipal Public Safety of San Luis Rio Colorado without life, facts registered at 00:30 hours of this July 10.

The assault was recorded on 25th Street and Mexico Avenue, where subjects who boarded a white sedan car, operated their weapons against the vehicle where Officer Daniel Armenta Santos, who was in charge of the Stolen Vehicle Assistance Group in this city.

U.S. Coast Guard storms narco-submarine in huge Pacific Ocean drug bust



U.S. Coast Guard released intense footage of Cutter Munro crew members jumping on a self-propelled semi-submersible suspected drug smuggling vessel (SPSS) on June 18, 2019, carrying thousands of pounds of cocaine, while operating in international waters of the Eastern Pacific Ocean.

Armed sicarios in Tonichi, Sonora

A video started circulating on WhatsApp this week. The video shows a dismounted convoy of armed sicarios standing around haphazardly on the purportedly Yecora bridge that overlooks the Yaqui River (Rio Yaqui in Spanish). The bridge is on the Carretera Hermosillo-Yecora near a junction close to the town of Tonichi. Tonichi is a town in the Soyopa Municipality, in the eastern region of the Mexican state of Sonora. 

Thursday, July 11, 2019

Power and dispute--The Territorial Control Fight of CJNG



The increase in homicides in Jalisco during the first half of 2019 coincides with the power conflict between the Jalisco Nueva Generacion Cartel and the so-called Nueva Plaza cartel.

The ravages of the wave of violence in Jalisco are already causing alarms among governments. The number of murders has been increasing throughout this first half of 2019 and everything points to a reconfiguration in the territorial domain of criminal groups, which highlights the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generación (CJNG).

The Executive Secretariat of the National Public Security System registers in the entity 1166 victims of intentional homicide between January and May of 2019, contemplated in 902 investigations of the State Attorney's Office, more than 867 records of victims during the same period in 2018.

Morelos: :Boy survives after being left for dead with father's body

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat republished from CNN


By the time he was found, the boy was barely alive. The ten-year-old's neck had been cut, leaving a nearly 3-inch (7cm) wound. Disturbing photos taken by the authorities who found him and obtained by CNN show the boy in jeans, a US football sweatshirt and a light jacket, lying in the curve of his dead father's arm.

The travelers were Guatemalan, according to President of the Morelos State Human Rights Commission Raúl Hernández. The boy, Cristian, and his father Rudy, 37, left from Guatemala on May 28 this year. Cristian's uncle and teenage cousin were also on the trip. In total, it was a small group: Two brothers traveling together, each bringing a son.

7 Yr Old Girl Loses Eye to a Stray Bullet While in BED in Iztapalapa

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Azteca
                                                      Balas Perdidas / Stray Bullets
                      Officials request help from the IPN to investigate the origin of the bullet

Mexico City:  Megan, the 7-year-old girl, wounded by a stray bullet when she was sleeping in her bed in the El Manto neighborhood in Iztapalapa , lost her left eye and although she remains hospitalized, she remains stable,  sources close to the family say.

The Office of the Attorney General of the capital will invite the National Polytechnic Institute so that the specialists can make scientific opinions that allow to know how far the firearm was fired, and from what place.

The residents of El Manto reported that early Saturday morning they heard several shots, allegedly made outside the premises where there are several homes occupied by people of limited resources.

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

El Chapo Trial: "Government's request for [a sentence of] life plus 30 yrs is a farce"

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat

Chapo’s attorneys:

After the trial that convicted El Chapo, a juror came forth alleging jury misconduct.  The juror contacted VICE to share information of what transpired during the trial.

There was discord between Chapo’s attorneys, over how to handle the information.

One attorney wanted to subpoena Keegan Hamilton [of Vice] to obtain  his notes, video or recording of the interview with the juror.  The other two attorneys did not want a fight with VICE.

In the end there was no subpoena and the argument presented was weak with the defense presenting only the article written by Hamilton.

CDG and CJNG tempting F.P. with an offer of almost $2K a month


Federal police blame President Andrés Manuel López Obrador for cartels becoming more dangerous and tempting.

The Gulf Cartel offers almost $ 2,000 dollars ($ 1,840 dollars, or more than 35 thousand pesos) per month for federal police to join their cause of drug trafficking. This was denounced in an anonymous interview by an element of the police corporation that is in dispute over its disappearance and change to the National Guard promoted by the government of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO).

During the interview for La Jornada, he assures that the government will not give dialogue to negotiate or discuss what is being exploited by the drug cartels who are already intervening. And that there are many people from the corporation who have been approached.

PESP apprehends armed group with armor plated Jeep



Caborca, Sonora - In an operational deployment on Wednesday in the area of ​​the municipalities surrounding Caborca, officers of the State Public Security Police (PESP) managed to arrest five armed men in an armored plated car.

The events transpired during a night operation on the road that leads to the Ejido known as "El Arenoso", where five people of foreign origin were arrested, Donal "N", Marlon "N", José "N", Héctor "N" and Celvin "N" of 34, 18, 40, 28 and 29 years of age, respectively.

The subjects had on ballistic vests when they were caught in a Jeep Grand Cherokee that had armor plating, it was driven by Celvin "N" and accompanied by the four subjects mentioned.

El Carrete leaves brutal messages in Morelos

Morelos - This morning in the municipalities of Cuernavaca, Temixco and Emiliano Zapata, the human remains of a male were found. In addition the criminal group Los Rojos left a narco message.

The first finding was reported to the Attorney General's Office around 03:00 am, in Calle Fortalecimiento in Colonia Las Ánimas, at the height of a restaurant in the municipality of Temixco near the Aurrerá winery store.

There forensics found some legs inside some black bags and a cartulina.

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VRCZ: Sedena Secures Arsenal of Weapons and Drugs

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Azteca y ImagenRadio
July 10, 2019 Javier Garduño

Elements of the Mexican Army seized drugs and an arsenal composed of 12 long weapons, more than 6,000 useful cartridges, 186 clips and three fragmentation grenades, among other equipment, during a security patrol carried out in Pánuco, Veracruz .

According to the Ministry of National Defense , the assurance occurred yesterday during a security patrol carried out in the neighborhood Josefa Ortiz de Dominguez, in that Veracruz municipality, where the weapons were located in a wooded area .

In the place were found seven AR-15 rifles, two AK-47 rifles , a 12-gauge shotgun, a 30-30 rifle, a 9-mm Uzi machine-gun pistol, as well as three fragmentation grenades and three silencers.

Murderer of DJ Perplex Caught

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Quadratin

A "Víctor N" is designated as the material person responsible for the murder of DJ Ronan Dahan Perplex, on Saturday June 29 in a rave party hall of Avenida de las Torres, behind the CANACO, and south of the capital city of San Luis Potosi.

The State Attorney General of San Luis Potosi, Federico Garza Herrera, reported that the arrest warrant against the alleged murderer of the DJ of Israeli origin and another person who lost his life was completed. 

Last Saturday June 29 of this year at a rave party held in the community of Tierra Blanca, in the capital city the two were assassinated. Israeli DJ Perplex had a scheduled appearance there as part of his Latin American tour.

Ex-Autodefense Leader who Served with Dr Mireles Gunned Down in Michoacán

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: UNOTV

On Monday night, armed men attacked Eraclio "M", one of the leaders of the extinct self-defense groups in the state of Michoacán , was killed by bullets while dining in the municipality of Peribán.

Reports indicate that Eraclio "M", who was nicknamed "El Cochiloco" , was dining with his family in the taqueria called "El Viejón", located in Colonia Jardín , in the municipal capital of Peribán , when armed individuals arrived at on a motorcycle and they fired several shots at him.

The ex - leader of the armed groups was known in the region as of 2013, when he led the groups of civilians who took up arms against the cartel of the Knights Templar, in the municipalities of Peribán and Los Reyes.

"El Cochiloco" also distinguished himself by being a character close to the ex-leader of the Michoacán auto-defenses, Dr. José Manuel Mireles Valverde.

Dead Man in San Quintin, BC w Narco Manta

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Zeta
   The corpse was lying outside a one room house, three spent .223 caliber cartridges were found.

A man not yet identified was shot dead this morning in the San Quintin delegation and a cardboard manta with a message addressed to "El Gallo" was left next to the body, warning him that "the cleaning has begun".

According to data from the Attorney General's Office of the State, at 06:20 hours C4 reported a person killed as a result of gunshots on Benito Juárez Street, between López Mateos and Abelardo L. Rodríguez in Colonia Nuevo, San Quintin, Municipality of Ensenada, Baja California.

Meanwhile in Tijuana: on Tuesday there were 10 more murders and it is now thought that the unending wave of violent murders there can be attributed to inter cartel warfare as cartels vie for the precious Plaza of Tijuana and access to cross border trafficking routes along the Baja California/ US POEs and other existing crossing points, including existing tunnels, etc.

Monday, July 8, 2019

Morelos: El Carrete once again threatens his rivals



This morning several mantas were hung with the same message in different parts of the State. The sites where the mantas were located were: On the bridge that is located at the height of Plaza Galerias, another one in the municipality of Temixco in front of the tianguis, and a third behind the main supply store of Emiliano Zapata.

Manta reads as follows:
This goes for the person who likes to call himself La Mera Verga. Come out to the battle so that I can fuck you all up once and for all instead of putting up your small mantas and grasping at straws. You don’t even have the nuts to sign off on your mantas. If this was you Abel Maya Bandera aka El Maya, Jose Valdez Chapa aka El Señor de la V, Crispín Gaspar from Temixco aka El Crispín, or you Irving Solano Verá aka El Gato/El Profe.

Sonora: Gente Nueva sicario killed


Dead from gunshot wounds, the victim had criminal past. The male was executed with 4 gunshots. Just weeks ago he appeared in a video that was broadcast on social media networks. He appeared carrying a rifle and a bulletproof vest with other Gente Nueva sicarios.

Navojoa, Sonora.- Francisco Aparicio failed to survive the serious injuries he received as a result of bullet impacts, he died at the General Hospital.

The 32-year-old victim lived in Calle Lazar ° Mercado # 1420 of the Miravalle neighborhood.

Sinaloa's Unflattering Statistics: Unidentified Bodies and Disappearing People

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Riodoce
           Sinaloa, the leader in clandestine graves and finding remains of disappeared persons

In the first semester of 2019, Sinaloa already heads one of the less flattering rankings: The one of bodies found in clandestine graves.

Data from the National Search Commission, establish that the state has the largest number of clandestine burial sites registered, as well as the largest number of bodies exhumed from them.

That Registry has a group of responsible people; the Searchers:
In the state there are 13 groups organized to search for missing persons, who make reports on searches in different ways every day: in jails, rehabilitation centers, psychiatric care centers, hospitals, the Forensic Medical Service Unit in Culiacán, funeral homes, tracing of land and in clandestine graves.

Sunday, July 7, 2019

“El Ganso” Los Zetas Leader Detained in San Fernando Tamaulipas

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: RadioFormula
According to the investigations regarding "El Ganso", he is linked to crimes against health, carrying a firearm and the killing of a person.

Mexico City:  Elements of the Investigation Division of the Federal Police, in coordination with personnel from the Deputy Attorney General's Office for the Investigation of Organized Crime (Seido), arrested Hugo "N", alias "El Ganso" or "Cuello Corta" who is considered head of the regional plaza of Los Zetas of San Fernando, Tamaulipas.

The facts were recorded when federal agents provided support to agents of the Public Ministry of the Federation, attached to the SEIDO (Special Prosecutor's Office in Organized Crime Investigation) to execute a search warrant in a building located in the municipality of Ciudad Victoria, where they arrested Hugo "N", identified as alleged operator of a criminal group in the San Fernando region, in addition to being linked to crimes against health, possession of a firearm and the killing of a person.

The detainee was transferred to the Public Ministry of the Federation where subsequent investigations will be continued to determine their legal status.

VIDEO: Los Rojos Shooting of Kindergarten in Puebla

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A shootout outside a school in the municipality of Guadalupe Santa Ana in Puebla left one civilian and two policemen dead on July 5.

In a video shared on social networks, we can observe how the armed confrontation was carried out by members of two bands, one of them supposedly that of Los Rojos . 

In the first seconds of the recording, a man appears on all fours to protect himself from the first shots that are heard. Later, people move from the places where they were and run to seek protection.

"Children, children," some people shout. Seconds later multiple shots are heard, while people are still searching where to take refuge. 

Musician Luis Mendoza killed in Cuidad Obregón, Sonora


This Saturday afternoon a shooting took place at around 4:00 pm in the Quinta Díaz neighborhood north of Ciudad Obregón.

The violent act left two people dead inside a white Chevrolet truck on the Calle Morelos corner of Tabasco, the front windshield of the car was left with dozens of impacts.

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Carteles Unidos leaves manta and body parts in Acapulco

Acapulco, Guerrero - Human remains were abandoned by unknown subjects outside the church temple of Luz del Mundo located in the Progreso colony of Acapulco.

According to public safety authorities, a call to the 911 emergency number warned of the presence of bags from which blood drained, so they went to perform a visual inspection of the area.

In the area, personnel from different police corporations, located several bags with human remains, and after the corresponding diligences made by experts in criminology, were lifted and taken to the facilities of the Forensic Medical Service.

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Cancún QR: 5 Arrested for Mass Kidnapping of 30 at Call Center

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        Arrested for massive kidnapping in Cancun related to homicides: QR Prosecutor's Office

The criminal group that perpetrated the kidnapping of 30 workers from a call center in Quintana Roo is related to an attack on five people, Quintana Roo prosecutor Óscar Montes de Oca reported.

The five arrested for the kidnapping of workers in a call center in Cancun are related to the armed attack on a vehicle in which five people were traveling 15 days ago, Quintana Roo prosecutor Óscar Montes de Oca reported.

The people are workers of a call center in the municipality of Benito Juárez; the most direct line of investigation indicates a possible "revenge" among the partners of the place, according to authorities.

Alberto Capella, secretary of public security of Quintana Roo, reported the rescue of a group of 27 people who were kidnapped in the municipality of Benito Juárez.