Thursday, July 4, 2019

Gang from Alvaro Obregón CDMX shows off money,bullets...


Tables show where there are bundles and bundles of bills of all denominations. They also place long, short weapons, hundreds of bullets ... and the initials of their gang 3AD. This is how the members of this criminal group that operates in the municipal center Álvaro Obregón are exhibited on social networks, and that until a few weeks ago they sought to ally themselves with La Unión to expand throughout the city.

They sell drugs, extort money, kidnap ... and murder members of rival groups. It is the criminal gang headed by Jonathan Lenin Canchola Martinez, known as El Lenin, who operates in the municipal center, and has people in Cuajimalpa and Tlalpan.

According to reports from local and federal authorities, until recently El Lenin held talks and meetings with Pedro Ramírez Pérez El Jamón or El J, who was at that time the leader of La Unión.

And the latter, sought to be associated to face the struggle he had with the Anti-Union Force.

However, elements of the Criminal Investigation Agency (AIC) apprehended El Jamón on May 28, so the plan did not continue.

The 3AD or Third Destructive Action, is composed of dozens of young people who are dedicated to all these crimes, and also to the dispossession of real estate.

ContraRéplica obtained a series of photographs found by intelligence authorities of the Investigative Police (PDI).

They are images in which several bundles of bills in denominations of 500, 200, 100 and up to 20 pesos tied with bands appear.

Those who took the images, placed the money on tables that also display their weapons and some hats with the initials of the group: 3AD.

In another of the photos, they form these same acronyms on a glass table, but they do it with hundreds of bullets. Apparently these are rifle rounds. In that same table, they exhibit at least eight weapons of different types and calibers.

In others, they place whiskey bottles, bundles of bills and a gun.


According to the authorities' reports, the leader of the group has been imprisoned on at least two occasions.

The criminal record of this man details that the Attorney General of Mexico City arrested and imprisoned him in 2005 in the South Prison, and then in 2010 in the North.

According to reports, in 2005 he was arrested for robbery and his second arrest was for car theft. He said he was married, an inhabitant of the Álvaro Obregón municipal center and educated in technical career studies.

After leaving prison, the man gradually formed his criminal group. The 3AD or Third Destructive Action. They operate only under his orders.

According to reports obtained by the authorities, El Lenin presumes to be close to officials of both the Álvaro Obregón Mayor's Office and the City Government.

He even assures that he has supported some of the previous and current officials, to form shock groups that appear in demonstrations or to support them in evictions of invaded properties.

 Sol Prendido Borderland Beat from contrareplica

31 comments:

  1. I wonder if they actually paid for those hats to have their logos? Or did they got them for free?

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    1. As with any business venture you have to invest money to make money. Although I’d suspect it’s all blood money earned off the backs of innocents.
      - Sol Prendido

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    2. They walked into the nearest embroidery shop , said " U make us fancy cap for free , or else we shall make a snuff film of your death , cabish " Si senor anything for 3AD , would u also like matching bandanas

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  2. Would you agree that Mexico City is the most profitable plaza in Mexico or even in the Western Hemisphere?
    Yet it’s hard to believe that only one cartel can dominate all of Mexico City. Give me your opinion.

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    1. No ciudad casa carajo is the most profitable

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    2. My opinion? PUT DOWN THE FUCKING PIPE

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    3. 8:43 home is where the heart is, not where everybody wants to kill you for the plasa...
      --casa es donde esta tu corazon, no donde todos te envidian y te quieren matar por la plasa...
      As for money making, Mexico city produces money, but the biggest gang is not the narcos or the sicarios or the pimps, that is:
      "La Hermandad Policiaca" mother of all the polesias Federales exported to all of Mexico. After getting trained in Mexico city in WHO'S THE BOSS..

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    4. No it isn't big city mexicans(DF, MTY and GDL) are scared of hard drugs like meth and heroin. they only do weed, coke and party drugs (sometimes).
      Juarez and Tijuana have the biggest shooting galleries of heroin/meth and hard drugs .

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    5. 8:43 stop watching Denzel movies

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    6. 11:25 Mexicans are not 'AFFRAID of drugs,
      they simply despise drugs and drug addiction, and drug traffickers

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  3. Lots of business gets done en el humo, many races besides Mexicans making big bank rolls

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  4. Nope it's Sinaloa, your way off.

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  5. All that shown was not gotten by working hard, it's blood money, gained from extortion, kidnapping, drug sales. Theres no law enforcement stopping them, thereby crime continues, 99 percent of innocent people carry no weapons to fight back, easy venture easy money.
    Mexico-Observer

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    1. 6:36 AM In the US many carry weapons but crime is everywhere. A gun isn't going to save you from someone killing you it might help you stay alive but if the other person is a better shot then you your gun will be scrape metal as you are never going to be able to fire it again.

      American law enforcement is the biggest deterrent and prevention factor that keeps most of the civilian population safe. The civilian population has to pay for that protection sometimes they will even extort them to earn extra income. That is what keeps the other gangs from acting like gangs in Mexico act.

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    2. Agree. Sickening.

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    3. 6:36 you would be the first protesting the extermination if there were free for all gun battles in Mexico... Imagine 10% Mexicans getting their due desserts?
      You could go and help Juan Guaido, I hear he is having problems delivering the revolution he promised The Lima Group, specially after spending the "humanitarian help" he got in parties and hoes and expensive dinners and hotels in Colombia... LOL...

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    4. A gun isnt goint to save you from someone trying to kill you??? Haha.. whatever 4:17. I'll take my chances with the 2nd ammendment.

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    5. 4:46 the 2nd has fallen on bad hands, spilling bad name on all of its members with their kickback schemes and strange bedfellows like Iran/ Contra drug trafficker Oliver North and the Russian puppeteers like Mariia Putina, and 30 million dollars "political contribution" from God knows Who...

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  6. seems to me like just another gang that´s profitable locally(although more organized it seems than usa gangs), not a cartel (my definition being, direct lines of trafficking to the states)

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  7. disagree. its like saying los angeles is the most profitable plaza. i knew ppl selling literally 2 blocks over and they didnt know one another existed. a city is not a plaza. and even if one gang dominated mex city (never in a million years) theres so much infighting all the time as weve seen even in the smallest of gangs (members plotting murder on fellow members, seen it in my life)

    furthermore, mexico citys plaza(real definition of "plaza") is more complicated, i believe it is more free reign to pass weight through there as its infrastucture allows it. enemies from all cartels have houses there...

    I think theres a lot of mix up between neighborhood mexican gangs and actual organized crime(las plazas). its a fairly new dynamic in my opinion. will wait for some highly intellegent individual to make an analysis and maybe book on it.

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    1. 25 million people residing legally in Mexico City, including natural born pickpockets are too much to be one gang, add about 20 million illegal Mexico City residents that hate natural born chilangos, and you get a recipe for disaster, but nothing detonate crime in Mexico City like the many polesias and their fraternal organizations of shoe shiners and their bosses who own public security but will let you work for a few cents

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  8. sorry, was in reply to "X5"

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  9. La Burra shot dead by El Gato.

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  10. Óla a todos. Semos un cartel nuebo que hapenas empiesa pero estamos con Todo. Vuscamos jente nueba para aliztarce en El grupo. Benimos a limpiar todas laz plasas, bamos a empesar de a pockito porke apenas somos dos. Ceremos que nos kontakten para hunircenos. No queremos jente prietita, pansonas o chsparritas. Vuscamos gueros y Altos, así komo atleticos. Eskolaridad minima de cekundaria y que tengan carro porque aorita nomás tenemos 2 motos. Si tienen pistola o machete mejor. Comunicarce por Aki. Atenta Mente: El panson.

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  11. Do these guys ever learn? Many mafia figures in America stay in the game for decades. Some do stretches in prison, and yes some.do die, but the biggest reason for their longevity is discretion. If no one knows what you have or what you do, they won't try to take it, kill you, or rat you out. If you treat people like "plebes", they will turn on you, as soon as something happens, that scares them more than you. If you flaunt your ill gotten gains, haters will hate, and you're the one with everything to lose. Discretion...an art not well played in Mexico.

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    1. You got it. These guys aren't very smart.

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  12. Oh look, another narco bored with all the dirty money...

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  13. It looks like $20 bucks when you convert those bundles to dollars.

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