Friday, August 16, 2019

Guerrero: CJNG Convoy rolls into Tierra Caliente


A video has just surfaced from the area known as Tierra Caliente (Spanish for Hot Land). The state of Guerrero is from where this video was said to have originated. In the cities of Coyuca de Catalán and Ciudad Altamirano a mandatory curfew is supposedly in effect for local residents. That curfew begins at dusk and extends into the early dawn. 

The video depicts a convoy of 11 vehicles traversing through the countryside. 10 actual trucks and 1 SUV. Most of those trucks are double cab, all except 1. And armed men can be seen within those vehicles. The video was recorded in secrecy by a local resident who along with others have renounced their presence. These men are said to be CJNG on their way to fight against the cartel of El Abuelo. 

55 comments:

  1. Hide the babies!

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    1. Not necessarily! They know who's who! Me and my brother were at a Palenque in Michoacan and they kidnapped a lawyer there and left with out anyone even knowing. I didn't learn that till a couple days later true story

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    2. Jajaja what an ass

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  2. Whoever posted this doesn't even know where Coyuca de Atatlan and Ciudad Altamirano are found on a map. First and foremost Ciudad Altamirano is Familia Michoacana Territory and Coyuca de Atatlan is a muncipality of Guerrero that is below Ciudad Altamirano that is also controlled by La Familia Michoacana.

    La Familia Michacoana de Guerrero controls 13 or more municipalies in Guerrero and el Estado de Mexico. They may control more then that. They have those numbers and much more that leads me to believe that video is La Famila Michaocana de Guerrero. Most likly filmed near the border of Coyuca de Atatlan with Petatlan and Zihuatanejo.

    El Russo is the one who is supported by CJNG. I remeber seeing some videos of some sinaloas getting killed down there for fighting for El Russo maybe BLO or Cartel de Sinaloa someone might know.

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    1. You mean cds not "CDS" -the guys were( cartel del sur) not CDSinaloa

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    2. 8:38 it’s coyuca de Catalan

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    3. Se llama coyuca de catalan!!!

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    4. 3:43 PM Cartel de Sinaloa. When the guys killing you are asking you were you are from and you tell them Sinaloa and Sonora you would assume they are Sinaloas or BLO.

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  3. ����‍♂️El abuelo is not in that zone fake news

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  4. El abuelo is dead meat...

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  5. That’s pretty scary. Ballsy guy. I know 006 Sicario would have known how to get out of there. But even for a regular group. That’s a big team. That’s 70 + men. Looked very well equipped. That ain’t no joke. Because these guys seem to know where they are going. And for some reason I feel like el abuelo would be someone easy to find.
    What ever happened to El Marro and his cartel? Gov. Attacked it’s finance network. Marró is cash poor. Now CJNG is gonna sit back and watch them kill each other for scraps. Brilliant

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  6. Boss moving around?

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  7. I guess they found Grandpa.And look where he is: Guerrero.

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  8. False information. These comboy is from the familia Michoacána going to aid el abuelo de tepeke to fight off the Cjng

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  9. Esta es la gente la familia Michoacana de Arcelia del pez y la fresa van apoyar al abuelo

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  10. Ya se iso un pacto con la gente tepeke con La Familia Michoacana y templarios todos contra los del Cjng

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  11. This is going to get ugly innocent people gone get kill little girls are gone be abducted and rape by the michoacanos sicarios and the police no where to be found sad world we live in
    Mencho The Snitch

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    1. You watch to many American narco-series pal

      Lay—off—-them.

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  12. Was the guy in the SUV higher rank then the guys to his fore and aft?

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    1. Es LA Mera verga 1:26

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    2. Let me give everyone here a simple lesson in words and their actual meanings. If we try to translate La Mera Verga into English this is how it would translate. First, type in only into a translate program the words: La Mera. And the answer it’ll give you will be: The Mere. Next look up the synonym for the word Mere. And you’ll find that it’s synonym is Sheer. Now look up the synonym for Sheer and you’ll see that it leads to Erected. And in turn the synonym for Erected will lead you to Elevated. Which just leads to Grand. Now we all know what Verga means. So, if we combine it all together it would actually all translate out to be The Grand Dick.

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    3. 3:06 PM La Mera Verga in Michoacan slang means the top dogs the ones who run this shit the ones who control and dominate. The ones that will kill and slaughter you and you can't do shit about it ect.

      https://twitter.com/unidaddeinteli1?lang=en

      El Sargy Posted a picture of one of the Viagras current or former lieutenants Juan Carlos Rivas El Rifle. He is the one that supposedly kidnapped his father and tortured him he also had his tecatos rape his fathers wife and beat her. Their is a video on Facebook that shows them interrogating him. His father who made him not the one who raised him.

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    4. I appreciate you sol but you just went around the whole block to get across the street, keep it simple my boy.

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    5. this is why I don' like to translate mantas

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    6. It’s all metaphors. La mera verga is pretty self explanatory though

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  13. Con este convoy ya van como mil,
    I suspect somebody is going for broke as in Operation Desert Storm that won the war for Kuwait in one day and was in Baghdad in one week after assembling one million US Soldiers, lucky HW did not want to squish Saddam's balls too hard, what are friends for after all... The war there would be 30 years old by now, with private contractors of all kinds still eating up the US from inside like the cancer they are.
    El abuelo will be taken at no expense to the federal government, you are welcome.

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  14. The wild wild west, where anything goes, want to kill no problem, want to extort, no problem, unbelievable country.

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  15. A-10 close air support!! Brrrrrppppppppppppp... done! Easy peasy!

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    1. You should write for netflix

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    2. That's sicario006, you must be new

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  16. Whoever made this false report is Cjng groupie lmao

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    1. Exactly no way they gana enter there lnfm got that area they at war with cjng.. lnfm trying to take lázaro Cárdenas from cjng tho

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    2. This convoy is from fm their going into Michoacán to help el abuelo they made pact. El apoyo de pez para al abuelo contra los Jalisco

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  17. Y quien es el abuelo?

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  18. No reason for cjng to go across the state when they can just drive trou state line to get to tepalcatepec...very fake video

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  19. Como residente, lo primero que aprendo es creer en el uno por ciento del chisme. El 99% es ropa que lava chismes de grado. Lo que se necesita son tropas examinadas para entrenar con EUA militar. Pequeños números grandes resultados. Los puertos deportivos son los militares mejor entrenados en la republica, pero en comparación con la EUA son de clase 2. El problema es cuánta mordida pueden resistir.

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  20. El abuelo es el hombre ariva michoacan

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  21. Es jente del pescado (fm) y del jp (ct) aliados del abuelo, peleando contra el cholo del cjng.

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    1. Ct fighting viagras how they allies with fm?

      No digas mamadas mi chavo.


      Y el cholo ni del cjng es guey.

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    2. Esta raro ese pedo antoces los templarios siguen o se cambiaron de nombre a lnfm

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  22. Tierra caliente ain't no joke, that area is going to be tough to take from viagras, familia michoacana and the fake autodefenzas.. war zone status

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  23. Saludos chivis, I've been a reader for a long time but never have commented, but this "story" hits close. Ive grown up in both sides of the border and lived that so called "war on drugs". But im from Altamirano/Arcelia area, and just got back from there a couple months ago. I did witness first hand the immunity the cartels have there but what i did see was relatively peace, in no way shape or form am I for one cartel or the other, but hopefully this is false because I dont want to see my beautiful hometown become a wreck as i got to see Tijuana turn into firsthand when new groups come in. My prayers go out to all of Mexico, from drug users to to the pushers because I know both struggle with their own demons- anonymous

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    1. sadly, impunity and collusion is in 100 percent of drug and drug related plazas. Nothing has changed in all my years in Mexico. There are ebbs and tides and changing of the players, but essentially it remains the same.

      Until conviction replaces apathy by its citizens, it will be status quo.

      I love mexico as much as I do United States but for different reasons. I feel a connected in Mexico, I feel my ancestors in an indescribable way. I recall the ceremony to open the first kitchen I built for impoverished children, I was standing in the middle of the kitchen dinning area, looking at my grandmothers photo on the wall, her name over the door, and I had never felt more close to her spirit. She left Jalisco when she was 18 and her journey to the U.S. began.

      When people ask if my volunteering on the blog is a waste of time. I can't answer that. I only know, as painful as it is, at least I feel I am trying to do something. Paz, Chivis

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    2. Chivis - if/when you traveled to Mexico plese be carefull. Cartel members know no boundaries. God bless to all and to the future of Mexico. As for now, Mexico is a failed state.

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    3. I really never am fearful, but I am well educated of wherever I travel, and am updated right before I go. Embassies are a fountain of info, state department also but I only heed high level warnings.

      as I said before only N Laredo scares me. but maybe because of my experience when we got lost. But I would rather be in Reynosa or Matamoros any day. although Tamps is the state the I am most fearful of.

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  24. Que lastima que hayamos arruinado así a nuestro bello pais.

    Por eso yo ya renuncie a mi patria.. Antes me daba orgullo decir que era mexicano; ahora me da vergüenza.

    Pero ahí siguen los porristas, sabe-lo-todo explicando cada movimiento de estos criminales..... como no saben así de la ciencia y cosas útiles !!!

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    1. Así es amigo. Aquí todo mundo se cree narco, son bien ñame huevos de los barcos. Pero pregúntales la tabla de multiplicar del 7 y en lugar de contestarte se van a poner a fumar foco para evitar la dura realidad de que son unos fracasados.

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    2. Lastima, muy cierto

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  25. More than once it is mentioned on this comment thread that this is not a CJNG convoy, but rather a fm one.

    Weres the proof?
    All you got is you’re word?
    Any sources?
    How and when was this “pact” established?

    Any paper-work on the matter?


    Real—fucken—credible.
    Damn BB looneys.

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  26. I just feel really sorry for my country, I'm from michoacan but now not sure if I want to say it with proud.
    No one is safe all over the entire state.
    I'm missing the old days when everyone were wellcome to any home in or out ofof yo hometown.
    Not any more,ever everything has changed from a hug and hand shake to an R15 or AK47 even 50k 🥺🥺 where the good faith and love go? Hard working people, loyalty people with respect and love for life and neighbors space???
    Good luck to all my similar human being.

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    1. Most of the people from michoacan are still like that, tierra caliente has always been lawless because of the poppy and marijuana fields.. don't be dumb

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    2. I think social media plays a big role in the appearance that things are getting worse. The murder rate goes up and down depending on the situation. Not long ago, there was mass revolution, and before that, genocide and slavery of the indigenous. What happens, when compared with other "more civilized" nations with a better grasp on the rule of law, Mexico seems to be backsliding into anarchy, when in reality, it always has been, especially in the more remote areas. Remember, it was just in the 1970s when roads were built to many a place that until then were largely cut off from the outside world.

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  27. I’m tired of all these fake ass cartel experts it is CJNG they are known to travel with a lot of FORDS but y’all can can keep guessing lmfao

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