Monday, August 19, 2019

Bloody Weekend in TJ: 9 Murdered, One Man Shot Dead in Broad Daylight on the Boardwalk of Playas Tijuana

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: ElPiñero y Zeta
Zeta writing

In different parts of the city, nine people were killed, mostly by firearms. With these facts add 1,419 homicides for the tally of violent homicides of the year, according to statistics of the Attorney General's Office in the State.

First, on Thursday, August 15, around 06:37 a.m., the calcined corpse of a male was reported, on a stretch of dirt on General López Isita Street in the Alfonso Ballesteros neighborhood.

An hour later in the Brigada Bracamontes street in the Pedregal neighborhood of Santa Julia, the lifeless body of a woman, identity unknown, was located. The victim had gunshot wounds.

On Saturday and the first minutes of Sunday there were six violent deaths, including the body of a woman dismembered inside a suitcase, in addition to three injured people, and a person carrying drugs.

The State Attorney General's Office (PGJE) reported that the woman's dismembered body, around 50 years old, was found inside a suitcase, on Roberto de la Madrid Avenue, in the Cañón del Sainz neighborhood.

A man of approximately 30 years was killed on the boardwalk of Playas de Tijuana, in front of hundreds of people who enjoyed the shows and events, during Sunday afternoon.

According to information from the State Attorney General's Office, the events occurred around 3:35 p.m., when two men shot at the victim and fled to the ground.

The subject was assisted by lifeguard personnel and municipal agents, just in front of the stage that is in the arches, but was declared lifeless. The victim had injuries caused by a firearm in the head.

A man identified as Alberto Alatorre Avila, 50, was found dead with signs of strangulation inside an abandoned vehicle on Third Street in front of the number 251 in the Libertad neighborhood in the lower part. The report originated at 08:25 hours.

After noon at the General Hospital, a woman, identity unknown, died after the puncture wounds she was given.

Later around 20:04 hours in a state of rot, with neck injuries and duct tape on the head, a corpse was located inside a suitcase in a vacant lot located on Roji Guide Street in the Buena Vista Annex neighborhood.

At 9:45 p.m. on Avenida de las Américas in the El Refugio subdivision, the body of a stranger was found, who had head, chest and back injuries.

With gunshot wounds to the head, the lifeless body of a stranger was found in Josefina Rendón Parra street in the Nueva Tijuana neighborhood.

The first minutes of this Friday, the 16th, the one named Roberto Carlos Morales Trujillo, 39, was killed, when he was located on Union Canyon Street in the Unión neighborhood.

Finally, in the body of a stranger with various traces of violence, he was found in Mazatlán Street and Boulevard 2000.

56 comments:

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    1. No Mijo Tijuana again.

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    2. 12:27 BLO Campaign, I mean Blood Campaign, with a Morena Governor, whose Two Year term was made into a full six year term by North Baja California PAN lawmakers who did not care about the law and agreements or Morena and AMLO opposition to making that full six year term THE law, you can see clearly they are trying to drown Morena in Tijuana by burning Morena's patas a balazos all over the place...that is clear.
      But what I wonder is what is retired Mexican army Lt Col. Julian Leyzaola up to? He WANTS to be governor, owns his own private security corporation, and was this far from becoming Quintana Roo State Secretary of Public Security, except for his being an accused and convicted sanababich with too many accusations of Human Rights violations, in Tijuana and Morelos where he was replaced by his colleague in sanababichery Jesus Alberto Capella Ibarra bot times he had to go and who went to Quintana Roo instead of Leyzaola who also racked a record for human rights wiolations in Cd Juarez where "his people" also murdered four of five young men they had kidnapped in one more of his controversial criminal acts...leyzaola thinks "if you look like a brokedown dirty ass criminal" then you are one dead dirty ass looking criminal and you have nobody else to blame for your fate but yourself...
      --That reflects his training in the School of the Americas and the Mexican military quest for power and turf all over Mexico.
      Let's not forget drug trafficking and Mexican politics "scion and satrap apprentice" jorge Hank Rohn who is Capella's godfather and brother/ partner of his brother Carlos, a money maundering specialist like their daddy "el Professor" Carlos hank Gonzalez who used to be a rural teacher who had no money for bus fare when he appeared in Atracomulco, "land of the transas".
      An accounting of Tijuana's corrupt above is needed real badly, that is the only thing that will reduce crime on the streets there as in all of mexico victimized by politicians and businessmen who lend wide ample shade to the criminals in their brethren whom they "love like themselves" in God's Words...

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    3. Chicago is Obama's problem

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    4. How is Chicago Obama’s problem? Chicago’s been a violent city since before he was born 😂

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  2. Imagine the people camping out, awaiting asylum cases to USA, gunshots and killings everyday.

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    1. Don't need them anyhow.

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    2. 1:22 you may not need them, BUT:
      refugees running away from hordes of criminals created by the US sponsored wars on communism, on drugs, on the poor and their "poverty that may turn them into communistas", wars for the moneyed and for the drugs for themselves to traffick to the US, and for supporting Mass Murdering Assassins like Roberto D'Aubuisson and his ARENA DEATH SQUADS in El Salvador, or Honduras, or Lt Col. Domingo Monterrosa and his Atlacatl Battalion, in Honduras, or El Salvador, or the Kaibiles in Guatemala, among many other criminals all over the continent, and Mexican cartels, they and their emigration (forced displacement) are direct consequence of politics that now have to put out and put up with the refugee problem and their need.
      Refugees have always managed to do without US government money but some in the US government can't do without billions and billions of dollars from the US Treasury thrown in their own pockets to spend "on this grave problem" I suspect they themselves create to line their coffers with dollars they only want to spend in heaping more abuse on the dirty sick LatinAmerican immigrants who are not unlike dirty sick illiterate unwanted European immigrants of yesteryear...
      Illegal immigrant traffickers do profit under Obama or under Tromp, because green money do not care about the political persuasion, but some benefit more than others, in the tune of billions and billions of dollars nobody would have approved for Obama who only reduced it a little after somebody murdered immigrants from Central America in San Fernando Tamaulipas...
      Somebody got a big contract there, I don't believe Zetas murder for nothing or for chump change for anybody, much less Obama or the US territorial integrity.

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  3. CJNG taking out what’s left of the trash

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    1. That's rich. So in your little world CJNG are merry civil servants saving the good citizens of Mexico from criminals?

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    2. Cjng is all but finished in TJ. They’re running back to tweak in michoacan scared shitless

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    3. Caf on the rise CDS and CJNG leaving tijuana

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    4. 1:32, CJNG is not taking out any trash. They are being removed from TJ. They are getting desperate leaving Mantas all over snitching on all govt, state, police contacts. You say CDS snitches, lol the mantas from CJNG are desperate calls for help.

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    5. Snitching OK, but to make it count you need to make concise reports to Proceso, Aristegui, Excelsior, El Universal, or The New York Times chinga, they will gladly translate all the reported snitching adding professional investigation and debunking for free and you do not have to risk getting caught hanging your mama's shorts and bloomers with sick ill written massages very few sick people like Sol Perdido read and translate.

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  4. There was a shootout in rosarito 2 months ago.. 4 dead 2 municipal police injured and a chase ensued. The occupants of a bulletproof truck fled on foot towards the water leaving behind long rifles and handguns. Surprised you guys didn't cover it. The battle was between 2 armed groups of civilians.

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    1. Yes, this is true and you are right. There also have been ALOT of municipales in Ensenada murdered. Today there was one with a narco manta left with the body w/o signature. We can only cover so much, any links you can post would be helpful. Also alot of violence in the San Quintin area, and all the smaller towns in between. Thanks.

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    2. I feel honored that you responded to me Yaqui, les aprecio mucho por el trabajo que asen ustedes. Particularly you, chivas, and el Solaso. I'll send the links cuando me desocupo. Let's just say the Victor's of the shootout were cds affiliates.

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    3. Estatales and Federales are always involved in the struggle against municipales, the front line of crime in every Mexican city, and now that the Guardia Nacional is involved, count on the military involving themselves even deeper. The Mexican military want all that power and all that money for themselves, specially before they get kicked back to their barracks or out of the Guardia Nacional I suspect is infiltrated very deeply by career criminals like the boss Luis cresencio Sandoval, hero of more than a thousand murders, disappearances and corruption in Piedras Negras prison, Allende, San Fernando and all over his military zone when he was in charge.

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    4. ""Victor's" of the shootout" - Cleaver, but I caught that one. I guess "Those that know, Know" +Gotta be from the R, and know people, and cleaver with grammar to catch that one.

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  5. Sounds like a typical weekend in Chicago.

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    1. Chicago had 539 murders last year and Tijuana had almost 2600. Dont ever compare the two..its not even close. Los Angeles had more killings then Chicago but you wont hear about it on the news for some reason.

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    2. Yep...funny how media barely mentions that. It's because in Chicago it's mostly Africans killing Africans in the city with the strictest gun laws. They can't spin it against Trump, so crickets.

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    3. Chicago gangbangers would shit their pants spending a weekend in TJ. They shoot their targets till they’re dead in TJ where chicago is shoot and run.

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    4. Agreed, 2:30. Incidentally, the one thing Chicago and Mexico have in common are draconian gun laws that are supposed to increase safety and security for those affected. Unfortunately, these laws are doing the exact opposite. Even more unfortunate is the fact that these respective governments and their politicians don't realize it...or care about it.

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    5. ...except for the dismemberment, bodies hanging from bridges, heads in coolers stuff right?

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    6. I cant wait for the disarming of US citizens. What kind of backwards society believes it there right to own a gun

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    7. @12:49
      The right to bear arms will never be infringed upon. Its people that kill not weapons. Can't stop stupidity from tragic events.

      Keep on dreaming.

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    8. Hope you're prepared to wait until Hell freezes over...Better yet...Bate your breath.

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    9. Spoken like a true cartel victim, 12:49...

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    10. 510 , 230 should read more BB to understand Tijuana is surpassing the high homicides continue. Comparing he is way off.

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    11. In Chicago it is criminals and gangs combined with "guns for all for any reason or for no reason" from nearby Indiana or Wisconsin. Illegal weapons all over the US always find sellers or buyers, easy.
      --In Mexico it is illegal weapons trafficked from the US, and a drug trafficking stimulated from the US where the big bucks always find a good great bank to clean and launder the money they often steal from the Mexican criminals who are paid part in drugs and part in US Illegal weapons by their American Masters, not at all by American citizens.
      --All the Latin American money invested in the Cayman Islands, Panama Papers, Odebrecht, or a thousand other money launderers with real professional specialists like Harvard dual degreed Mitt Romney, his money laundering investment house Bain, and his church specialized in blessing any money that comes their way as a blessing from God herself...
      Of course, the greatest death toll is always paid by the host the corrupt prey upon, in this case Tijuana.

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    12. I don’t own a gun but I wouldn’t like the right for me to someday own one be taken from me. It’s a US citizens right to bear arms. If you don’t like it then don’t live in the US.

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    13. 11:21 - same I don’t own a gun either, but would like the option to if I wanted. But saying they should leave isn’t right. America was built on the principal of freedom of speech and they should have a right to voice their opinion, whether we agree with it or not.

      Phelpso

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  6. Does anything GOOD ever happen in TJ?

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    1. They elected Morena Candidates for higher offices all over the state, local corruption want to fail that Morena government by any means necessary, killings by the dozen a day helped EPN bring back the PRI PARTY to the presidency, they know what tricks to play.

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  7. Isn't that a slow weekend in Tiajuana?

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    1. The first beheading i saw was Nick Berg from Iraq. Back then i knew nothing going on in Mexico. Now i can agree with you 4:17

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    2. Iraq is safer than Chicago too.

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    3. Before America invaded Iraq there was 0 terrorist attacks in that country

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    4. Yeah cause Sadam gassing the Kurds wasn’t an act of terrorism.....

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  9. Looks like another weekend of trash taking out the trash in one of the most deadliest places of Earth.

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  10. Tijuana will never be peaceful

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  11. Call Amlo. Mexico is a joke

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  12. Chicago (308) as bad as Tijuana (1419)? Doubt it.

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    1. It's more than 1,419 the Mexican government ALWAYS lowers the murder rate

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    2. Correct. They can't even shoot straight in chicago. And there's none of that freaky stuff, dismemberment, beheadings, etc.

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    3. Your right .. If you can't do the time don't do the crime..

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    4. In Chicago it is about REAL EXPENSIVE REAL ESTATE, the worst killing in Chicago is "experts" stealing from public Coffers, one example is the two billion dollars spent in remodeling Chicago under guise of oh, ah! A failed bid For the olympics that went to even more murdering corrupt Brazil but left a beautiful Chicago ripe for plucking by "hotel and casino franchises" that bribed aldermen like Edward Burke to get in good and plenty...
      The FBI even raided Mr burke aldermanic offices in city hall...
      In Tijuas nobody raids anybody's house.

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  13. Most dangerous city in the world.

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  14. Playas used to be kinda ok back in 2001
    You could buy a juice from "Archy" short for architect on the Malecon . Carlos would be out front telling everyone "Pura Vida" as he rented boogie boards. The famous chef Javier Plesencia would be out surfing. Cars would be stolen, but there were hardly any homicides. No rule of law made this place go to shit also.

    - Gringo Loco

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    1. Grungo you mean Costa Rica is Pura Vida

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    2. Forcing the rule of the law, law and order, the Estado de Derecho, the empire of law and some other bullshit as excuses to persecute criminals, along with public corruption from politicians and businessmen who "sell the plasa" to all comers makes shit hard to live with, Julian Leyzaola for example. Mister military police turned to be worse than the criminals, many of them fabricated by Leyzaola himself and his murdering gang of narco-polizetas.
      --There has been absolutely Law and Order in Tijuana, with absolute powers, that corrupted all ABSOLUTELY, specially since the Atracomulcas and PRI sent Jorge Hank Rohn to be the ruling mayor of tijuas, he turned out to be worse than the CAFOS.

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  15. Im not going to Mexico for vacation. I'll stay with family and count blessings we still alive.

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  16. Tijuana is a great place. I visit all the time, the longest you mind your business and dont pretend to be something that you are not (wanna be narco) you should be ok. I'm sure criminals have better things to do than shoot total random strangers for no reason, the guy that got whacked in playas was a rival that happened to be wrong place wrong time..next time vacation in Florida.

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