Thursday, August 29, 2019

Criminals install fake checkpoint to rob motorists in Tamaulipas


The armed group forced motorists to pull over so that they could review their belongings and strip them of their personal possessions.

At least eight suspected criminals installed a fake checkpoint to rob all motorists and tractor trailer drivers that were traveling along the highway in Reynosa, Tamaulipas.

The armed group pulled over a four-door truck and forced motorists of the Tamaulipas highway to review their belongings and deprived them of money, jewelry and everything that was of value.

The members of organized crime were standing in the middle of the road, and every vehicle that passed through the area was subject to a review. But the main objective of these criminals were the truck drivers.

At the time of forcing a driver for an inspection, the thugs identified themselves as members of the Reynosa Group, belonging to the Gulf Cartel. While wielding their assault rifles to intimidate the drivers, who had to hand over all their belongings.

The checkpoint was installed by the Gulf Cartel cell on the Viaduct, which is a toll road that runs from Reynosa to Matamoros and vice versa, where robberies are commonly committed in the absence of surveillance by the Federal Police and the State Police from Tamaulipas.

In addition, the Viaduct is known as a war zone, where there have been many confrontations between members of the Gulf Cartel and State Police elements.

It is common that in that road section people appear executed, because it is territory dominated by the aforementioned cartel, who, apart from confronting the police, now are dedicated to assaulting drivers and drivers of privately owned vehicles.

The fact was made known through a video broadcast on Twitter and in which “The facts speak in Reynosa, Tamaulipas, where there is zero percent security for the highway robberies that joins the three following municipalities of San Fernando Reynosa and Matamoros

Video translation is as follows:

Driver: Excuse me?
Sicario #1: Lets see. Open your wallet, let me check your wallet. 
Your pockets. Let me see what all is in your pockets. 
Driver: Brother, I don’t have anything. 
Sicario #1: What about your back pockets old man? Give me that cell phone. 
Sicario #2: Give me that watch. Come on take it off. 
Driver: Give me a chance to take it off. 
Sicario #1: You don’t have a cell phone? What do you have over there? Let me see!
Driver: Brother, that’s just medicines. 
Sicario #1: Whats in that suitcase? What do you have here?
Sicario #2: Lets fucking go already

Sol Prendido Borderland Beat LopezDoriga

54 comments:

  1. Time for citizen snipers to start taking back their areas

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    1. Dream come true

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    2. "Lopez Doriga" LOL...Must have staged the whole shit swole, in cahoots with PANISTA narco-governor Tejas born francisco javier garcia cabeza de cagadas de vacas... The former mayor of reynosa whose original fairy Godmother osiel cardenas guillen funded his campaign for mayor.
      Former treasury official Carlos Urzua who resigned now wants to come back as INEGI director... Aay guey!
      AMLO sera pendejo if he bites on this shit, but Doriga like Loret are corrupt Chayoteros who dream of becoming well paid salaried FIFIS all over again, they never complained about fox, FECAL or EPN because they were too busy choking on chayote...

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  2. Note to all highway robbers: Take yo dumbasses to work and work for a living like the rest of us. There’s nothing special about yo sorry asses!

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    1. Sad thing is there will be some morons arguing over which other cartels are more noble and dont do this or affect civilians.

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    2. Mexico needs help. They are losing - bad.
      These monsters see it as their right to rob everyone, now that they the police scared of them. This is what they are talking about when they say "plaza".

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    3. Yeah Sol. You tell them. They know that. Our problem is that we got politicians with your thought process that dont understand the real problem.

      Yeah let's do your thing because as soon as they hear that they will change They will have an epiphany Come on man

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    4. I agree de Sol, but they want the easy job of making money robbing the people.

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    5. But they are special sol! That's why they do what they do. The 9-5 don't apply for them.
      Can't beat stupid!

      E42

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    6. @9:51 Some people do actually have to be told to go to work. Otherwise they’ll just continue to keep fucking off wherever they go. And it does anger them when you tell them to do so. I’ve been in different places where there are people that think they can just sham away.

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    7. @Sol

      A couple of thugs tried to rob me once, in Nuevo Laredo. They haven’t robbed anyone since, i can assure you that.

      But in the situation of the video i wouldn’t have managed to do what i did that time.

      Unfortunately Tamaumotherfuckinglipas is a lost cause.

      El Cabrón de Tamaulipas

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    8. 11:23 I guess that dream came after you smoked the whole pile of shit.
      Governor cabeza de cagadas de vacas he's requested nicely of AMLO, no Guardia Nacional, special made for him and Tamaulipas, because "Fuerza Tamaulipas and himself is more than enough",
      to rob at check points I am sure.

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    9. @8:15 AM

      I’ve never tried to smoke shit. Maybe I should.

      Thanks for you attention, though, I feel flattered.

      El Cabrón de Tamaulipas

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  3. Vatos don't give a fuck lol 6 of em by themselves orale

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  4. Haven't stopp me. I don't go

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  5. Amlo 's special forces r navy seals. Kool

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    1. 5:55 you talk shit you don't even know, dumbass.
      AMLO is not going to leave Los Pinos or the National Palace to go places attending little small local crimes that are turf of local municipales, no sea pendejo to mijito.

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  6. In the days of the Italian mafia in the USA the mob took the truck and load. Sold the load, ditched the tractor. These wannabes are small time petty thieves.

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    1. Italian mafia dnt got shit on mexican cartels str8 up

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  7. What a shame that this hard working people have to go through this because our police can't do their job sad sad
    (Seeing El Mencho" driven and asking forgiveness to save his life)

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  8. Should’ve gone full speed!

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    1. Guys on bridge would've unloaded

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  9. The CRips and blood gangs does thing kind of racket in east LA. Install fake check points to rob motorist.

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    1. y los marines? seals? green berets?

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  10. Dude in white car said not today junia

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  11. Ay ke matar a todo esos lacras sol!!!


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  12. They must belong to a cartel. Probably Golfos

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    1. es la misma gata, pero revolcada, Zetas Cartel del noreste. para mi todos son lo mismo..
      they are the same thing, zetas, golfos, cartel del noreste, only ones worst than anothers, no need to guess which ones are wich.

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  13. I like that comment from Sol. We, the hardworking people of the world who put in our 8, 10 or 12+ hours may not have a lot sometimes but the car, the cell phone, what little we did have was from honest work. And it makes me angry to hear old people are being robbed. That could be my mom or dad! No respect.

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  14. That white car flipped a bitch real quick!

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  15. Public safety non existent in Tamps. Notice how that last vehicle made a u turn.

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  16. Man if I had $ I'd buy a bullet proof car and just run through.

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  17. One helicopter gunship would be enough to enforce.

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  18. That white car noped the fuck out of there!

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  19. Sol: IMO, This is just another indicator of how far Mexico coninues falling. This kind of must be hurting AMLO's credibility.
    I can hardly wait for the gradiose 16th of September PARADE where Mexico shows off it's vounted military powers. The Tambores de Guerra, the huge Mexican flag ceremony, the helicoters, marching snipers, the young cadets in 18th century uniforms, and the many other parade symbols of how powerful Mexico is. IMO, Mexico ought to cancel the "show" .... In view of things are all over Mexico the parade is an comical and ironic display of Government impotence. I will be watching.
    Mexico-Watcher

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    1. Its been like this for a while and ppl barely finding out

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    2. You are damn right, Mexico-Watcher

      El Cabròn de Tamaulipas

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    3. Point taken. A valid one indeed.

      E42

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    4. No i 💘 Amlo. No more guns in Mexico.than we will be safe.

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    5. Well, Tamaulipas is the turf of Tejas born francisco javier garcia cabeza de cagadas de vacas, who wants no Guardia Nacional to prevent his Fuerza Tamaulipas from doing all their crimes there for him, why don't you the above call his game?
      Noooo, you all have to come and blame AMLO,
      LOOKS LIKE YOU ARE TISFARFROM CALLING ON THE US FOR HELP, perhaps to take over the whole state like they did before with Tejas to California, pinches vendepatrias.

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  20. Golfos or Zetas?? Anyone got any ideas?

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  21. Those guys on the bridge? Onlookers or lookouts you think?

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    1. look at 2:24 on the bridge, now tell me...

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    2. Probably waiting to rob people crossing

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    3. Lookouts for sure

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    4. Lookouts , they were holding on to assault rifles

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  22. They look like ex-police or current police.

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  23. alguno de la frontera? donde mero fue¨? en la rivereña? a ke altura? ke puente es?
    Att: Anonymous

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  24. White car = chofer del ano

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  25. Can anyone make out that overhead sign at 37 seconds into video. I think this is the autopista between Rio Bravo and Reynosa

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  26. This is what I fear living in Mexico. But to be quite honest I fear Federal Police road blocks just as much. They steal from your car and wallet and find way's so they can to extort you. Happening to me now and I have to find other routes to avoid them. They rob with impunity. You are in-between a rock and a hard place here in Mexico. Some have a license to steal and others do it at gunpoint with fake licenses, and police or military clothing.

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  27. Why do the cartels feel the need to kidnap and extort after they are getting paid huge from drugs? If you lose the support of the public your days are numbered. If the drug lords were smart , they should invest in infrastructure, provide construction jobs and build low cost housing for the regular people. That is horrible to victimize your own people from your hometown or state

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