Thursday, August 15, 2019

Chiapas: Mexican Marines Sieze 1.2 Tons of Cocaine ; Army Gets 450 Kilos

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: GlobalIncidents y mvsnoticias
Mexican marines seized 1.2 tons of cocaine off the coast of the southeastern state of Chiapas, a report released Saturday by the Ministry of Navy said, reports Reuters.

The seizure took place on Friday after the marines detected through intelligence work a small boat in the Pacific waters, some 139 kilometers northeast from Port Chiapas, located near the Mexican border with Guatemala.

The authorities said that the smugglers threw 38 bags of cocaine into the sea, however, the marines were able to retrieve them.      Seven people were arrested in connection with the case.

Friday's seizure was the second operation of its kind in the south of Mexico in less than a week.

On Monday, the Army intercepted an aircraft carrying 450 kilograms of cocaine in a coastal city in Chiapas. The cocaine that Mexico seizes on its territory often comes from South American cartels, according to the ministry.


The Secretary of the Navy seized 1,200 kilograms of cocaine that was transported aboard a vessel at the height of Puerto Madero, on the coast of Chiapas. In this operation carried out by elements of the Coast Guard belonging to the Secretariat of the Navy , in cooperation with the Ministry of National Defense and the Navy of Colombia, it secured the assurance of 38 packages, containing approximately 1.2 tons of drugs inside , as well as a smaller vessel and the arrest of seven suspected drug traffickers. 

This action was carried out through the patrol of maritime and air surveillance, in which a Persuader-type aircraft, an MI-17 helicopter, an Ocean Patrol and an Interceptor Patrol of the Mexican Navy participated, which allowed to identify a vessel with two outboard motors moving at high speed suspiciously. 
An aircraft, a helicopter and two oceanic patrol vessels were used in the operation, according to the report. A video released by the ministry showed marines rope-landing in the boat from a helicopter.

The alleged drug traffickers, when they were surprised, threw packages into the sea, however, the boat was reached by the sailors and the drug recovered. A week ago, members of the Mexican Army secured an aircraft carrying almost half a ton of cocaine, valued at more than five million dollars, in the municipality of Pijijiapan, on the coast of Chiapas. Separate Post coming on that.


34 comments:

  1. Great job burn the loot.

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    1. 8:14 tas mas guey VALIII!
      how are the Marinas going to get their Chrismiss Banuses?
      All the shet recovered will have to be ransomed, army and marinas are in this bitch together and must split the take, no more Mierda Iniciativa dolares, about 3 billion USD lost.

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    2. THIS IS JUST A SHOW THE BIG LOOT IS ON ITS WAY ALREADY THATS HOW MEXICO DOES IT

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  2. If they keep seizing all their drugs how else will these poor narco's and sicario's make a living. Maybe just amp up the extortion, human smuggling, kidnapping, sex and work slavery, auto theft, selling organs, gas theft, clandestine mining operations, and more. Nothing is off the table. Got to make a living somehow. The objective is to make money at any cost.

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    1. 8:18 Jackpot

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    2. It’s time the Mexican government and the cartels start negotiating a truce. But I’m sure the US won’t like that at all!

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    3. 8:18 pos de seguro que ora te toca mocharte, te van a mandar a taloniar las pedorras en la calle, pa sacar pal maruchan.
      Piensa en mi pa que te pongas en Onda,
      ahi con lo que pudo ser y no jue.

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    4. I completely agree with your comment
      The money to support the infrastructure of the cartels has to keep flowing somehow

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    5. With that kind of fatalism, you and your ilk provide no hope for humanity and live a Hobbesian life- poor, nasty, brutish, and short.

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    6. Is there anything else you'd like to include to this list of things cartels do?

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    7. I am thinking this cocaine don't belong to any Mexican organization, probably some Columbians or other group trying to move through Mexico's turf.

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  3. At this moment I am ready to do my breakfast, later than having
    my breakfast coming again to read other news.

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  4. Don't here much about Chiapas and Oaxaca. who runs these areas?

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    1. I don't know, I do know there has been CJNG action in these areas,
      but think about it, first stops in Mexico from Central or South America.
      More busts coming up.

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    2. every cartel runs through that area

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  5. @8:18 highly doubtful, your people will always and forever be degenerate drug junkies, we will always find a way to get you your fix. It’s too easy.

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    1. I live in Mexico. Lot's of degenerate drug junkies here. Like calling the kettle black. People here are also killing a lot of innocent's that have nothing to do with their criminal enterprise. I personally knew 8 good people here that died from bullets. You also realize that people from Mexico feel much safer in the USA on everyday of the week.

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    2. Except now the cartels have hooked the Mexican people also. They are destroying their own country in many different ways...sad for the hard working great people of Mexico.

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    3. Wow! To which "your people" are you referring to? Do you know 8:18? Do you know if he is a degenerate junkie? Or is it more of a blanket statement referring to either race or nationality? I just want to be sure so If I ever want to send disgusting, hateful and bigoted comments to a complete stranger, I'd want to be more specific! I know that will ever happen. but hey, you do you!

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    4. Your people?
      The human race is compromised of 1 species.

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    5. So extortion, human trafficking, fuel theft, kidnapping, killing and torturing of innocents, drug addiction, forced labor and an unknown amount of illegal, non-consensual exploitative activities don’t actually happen in Mexico? BB must be fake news then with articles less than a month old? It’s so easy Chapo isn’t actually in supermax and Mencho isn’t trying to paint a pretty picture AMLO wants. We’re so grateful to have someone with inside information enlightening us.

      Please, do us all a favor and stfu. Also, please don’t vote, or reproduce.

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  6. There are lots of high Mexican marine patroling the area tonight.

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  7. Could this or/and the plane seizure be a reason why mencho feels weakened and had to give out that statement to AMLO, or is this sinaloa coke?

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  8. What happens to the boat captain or whoever is in the boat and they gotta dump the loot, is it written off? , Are their families killed? Or do they get stuck with the debt which will prolly not be paid off in a life time for those ppl

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  9. With respect to large Drug seizures,
    Q: Is there an emergent pattern of big narcotic busts in the world?
    I think there is, but I don't have the time or tools to quantify my suspicions from trusted sources.

    Anyway, anyone, please give your impressions on "big" drug busts from approx 2017 to now. This might lead to interesting subtopics here.
    Mexico-Watcher

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  10. Ok that's one big bust for Marina s, you still got to meet the quota of 3, 2 to go before December ends.

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  11. I live in Chiapas. Mostly the Mayans have teamed up with different cartels so it kind of is a neutral area like CDMX use to be

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  12. So are Central Americans a middle man between Mexicans and Colombians/or Central America DTOs?

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  13. Would you destroy $200 million worth of anything you seized? No you would not. You would show dummy bundles to the media and the rest of the world and then simply relocate the real coke to the highest bidder.

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  14. Damn, they should let me hold some of that

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  15. Cds or cjng load, I wonder...

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  16. 10:37 who is "your people"?
    Americans are accused of being junkies,
    but junkies are not the ones who keep all the money.
    Mexicans or other LatinAmericans do not keep the bulk of the money generated on the US form sales.
    We need to know what happens to estimated 90% of the profits generated from drug trafficking on the US.
    and leave the motherfacking drug addicts and drug traffickers alone, Dumbasses!

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