Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Los Zetas: When their silence speaks louder than words


A video has surfaced in recent days where CDN (Cartel del Noreste) let’s the world know that their cartel is still around. Moreover, the broadcast shows us all the gear that promotes their image. 

As well as the ostentatious weaponry that they have at their disposal. Many of their leaders may have been killed or imprisoned since their formation back in the late 90’s. But their existence continues as a force to be reckoned with. 

Just the other day they attacked Fuerza Civil in Vallecillo, Nuevo León along kilometer 137. And they did so with ease and what seems like total impunity. Authorities have yet to announce arrests for the incineration of one of their police units. 

An original by Sol Prendido for Borderland Beat 

49 comments:

  1. And no arrests will occur when those state / town officials are under the take.
    Things always go noticed to which cartel runs the show in any community.

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    1. Sol’s relative got a hold of don mayos meth and roamed the town of los mochis for two years, he was nicknamed el spider-man by the plebada de choix due to his extra toe on his left foot. He was a decent window washer but would hitch a ride to the sierras a piscar marijuana whenever he had the chance, his dream was to enter california and head to modesto where he can get payed 150$-200$ daily or 100$ per pound trimmed. I guess he decided to go home, right on spidey.

      the humble man

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  2. One of my relatives was kidnapped by the Zetas. But he managed to escape after being held in captivity for almost 2 years. Was it sheer luck or an actual miracle? I guess go with the one that makes the most sense to you. I don’t support any cartel or drug use. But when violence has to be used to achieve a greater good...I’m ok with that. God can strike me dead where I stand if I’m lying.

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    1. No ay cartel ke te tenga 2 años vivo y secuestrado, no names sol 😂

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    2. 7:52 sweet dream but time to wake up,these guys wouldn't hold u or anyone for that long just NO WAY

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    3. Exactly it will take violence and violence only because that is only thing that will work

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    4. I have a cousin who was held captive for two whole months! It’s a miracle that they let him go ALIVE.

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    5. Where did this happen?

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    6. LOL, NO cartel keep you captive for 2 yrs, LMAO 😂🤣

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    7. Sounds like a Miracle, Bro.

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    8. @12:16....I'm calling BS too. That never happened or is an egregious exageration. They'd have cut his head off after 3 weeks.

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    9. @11:04 It happened in Mexico. That’s all I can say about that for safety reasons.

      At first we thought he’d left his wife for a younger woman. Which is what most men tend to do nowadays. But eventually word got back thorough word of mouth about what actually happened to him. He’s a very humble man. We’re complete opposites of each other. Where I always thought of him as a weak man for being the way he is. In time I came to realize that’s what kept him alive. Or maybe it was his destiny to still be around. Who knows. I hold fear like any other person. But my anger about what’s happening in Mexico far overshadows that fear.

      And for the person who once claimed on here to know who I am: You might know who I am at this point. But something you’ll never be able to figure out regardless of how much technology you throw at it. Is what all went down during all those chapters that were so easily omitted

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    10. Nobody lasts that long alive, unless their family keep paying for them finger by finger.
      I have been kidnapped by gangbangers so many times I forget how many, and my wife still believes it is a miracle I am still here.
      I still can't believe she is so innocent,
      the Sancho may be behind her "belief in me" .
      I am staying home now.

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    11. I lost sobrino 6 years ago. Zeta just kill u

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    12. I am glad you relative has his liberty and maybe that he is well in his mind and family.
      Saludos,

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    13. Sol mil gracias for all your work on this site. Don't engage with all the trolls bro, not worth your time.

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    14. They kept him for forced labor. Who do you think feeds them and tends to their needs? There’s many people who won’t put up a fight out of damn fear. So it doesn’t take much to spook them. Point a rifle at a person like this and you won’t get a whim out of them. Like I said he’s a very humble man. He wasn’t tied up or anything like that. He just wasn’t allowed to roam to far. His captor kept dangling a new truck in front of him to get him to join the Zetas. And he just kept his head down. If Zetas perceive you as a person that’s gonna fight back they wont hesitate to kill you on the spot. I think that’s why so many people have died. Many people just aren’t de acuerdo with what they see. So they chance it. And end up dead. Zetas like any other cartel are big business. There’s complicity just about anywhere you go. I never really gave it much thought when people moved drugs or consumed them. My belief was whatever. Once you’re affected by it you look at it differently. If they killed just themselves and left innocents alone that’d be great. Pero se andan llevando mucha gente inocente entre las patas. And that’s where everything changes for many.

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    15. I feel I must weigh in.
      Zetas do not hold anyone for forced labor except sex trafficking. Zetas do not hold a captive long, just enough time to get ransom.

      As a person who lived and worked in Z territory of coahuila and tamps i have better knowledge of them than any other cartel. One friend, a reporter and 10 acquaintances have been kidnapped by Zs in my area since I have been in Mx. 2 were the teen sons of a good man who made furniture for my foundation kids.

      whereas i don't think you are lying, i say you were grossly misinformed. I don't know any cartel except cds that kept kidnapped victims for a year or so. And that was some years ago to work tunnels or labs of chapo. when finished they erre executed. the gov never has confirmed that but that is the story. most were taken from dgo.

      there is no lack of security to name a place where someone is kidnapped. or from.

      My Dos

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    16. i should clarify migrants are forced into working for zetas, or pay the consequences like the san Fernando 72. but i don't think your relative is a economic CA migrant. the bulk of the extorted migrant make it to chica frontera if they pay at tapachula and tamps.

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    17. Engineers and hacker professional lost liberty for force work since time of Z40 y 42 for communication and technical expertise. There have been victim from Monterrey and Ciudad Victoria that force work in NL, Monterrey, Ciudad Victoria y Ciudad Acuña.

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    18. Does anybody think Mexico will get better with Amlo? I hope so.

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    19. CDM proven to be mostly untrue long ago. engineers etc even were paid a very good wage. there is an excellent report about it. i will look for it.

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  3. 150 round drum mags on most of their weapons does suggest their shooting skills are not what they could be. Mags this big just make their weapons heavier and less pointable, and suggest they like full auto, which is useless in most situations apart from point blank, single aimed shots are much more effective.

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  4. With Sinaloa infighting cdn now the second biggest cartel with hundreds of aviation ready and they are really well equipped there for sure the strongest on the east coast

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    1. 9:20 clueless you are. You know nothing about the business. You never heard of los Cuinis or Abigael González Valencia until the US Treasury Dept did a press release. You confuse the narcotics trade with pop culture ...well here’s the news bird brain; when your cartel is not in the news there’s 2 reasons:
      1. Políticos and noticias know not to write about you.
      2. Your heating up the plazas of everyone else and in areas that are of no consequence to your revenues.
      Conclusion; when you aren’t hearing about a serious cartel it’s a sign they are kicking ass - ie. zetas, CDS, and other names I won’t name b/c you never heard of them.

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    2. puros pseudo zetas nada mas

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  5. If they kill cjng they have my support. CJNG are the scum of mexico.

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    1. It's funny how 9 years ago everybody wanted them eradicated because of the propaganda machine that el chapo and Calderon had going on well they were mostly going after miguel and Omar back then

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  6. I have better gear than that and I'm just a regular working guy

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  7. It's so weird that CDN still identify as Los Zetas concsidering the fact that they are in war with the founders of original Los Zetas. What was the reason of rupture between Vieja Escuela and CDN anyway?

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    1. 10:58 z40 n z50/El taliban not coming to an agreement but mainly cause El z40 is douchebag

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    2. Like four or five Zetas got mad because they wanted to change the name of the cartel and that's mostly why it happened and also they thought the Laredo faction (Trevinos) would be weakened by the arrest of miguel and his brother but they always had the backing of the main zeta forces despite what the people on YouTube said .... people seem to forget that the Trevino brothers and company have been operating since the 90s and when they were working for osiel they were in charge of alot of ports and entryways and miguel use to be the gate keeper for them he would collect all the money for the cartel until osiel arrest

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    3. 10:58 CDN aka las Trevinas Morales, alias Las Trevis, stole all the Zetas' money for a long time, causing the ruptures with the Talibanes and the fall of El Lazca and the US to confiscate their "Coronita Cartel" horse ranch money and horses,

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    4. Does not matter all the same. Where is Amlo???? Help

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    5. As the head is cut off these cartels splinter. This BB post wraps it all up X.

      ~ALMO nuthugger

      http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2018/04/los-zetas-historical-overview-of-events.html?m=1

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    6. CDN or las trevis betrayed everyone. They betrayed Los Tejas, Los chuchos, CDG, Zetas ,etc

      They are nothing but low lives.
      Mamito said it during his interrogation, someone who betrayes once (referring to z-40 or L40 ) Will betray again.

      Rex even said during a chat with Bola and huevo Treviño that they had the chance to kill all of Z-40s family when they fucked up during 2007 when z-40 betrayed Z-15 or el Efra un Veracruz but they didn't because they don't kill children and felt petty for Huevo Treviño crying with his momma.

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    7. Golfos killed a bookkeeper or an accountant that was loyal to Z40,that was the cause of the break. I remember reading it back in the days on this site.

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    8. La talivana betrayed them and the golfos then went into witness protection in the u.s. because both cartels wanted him dead

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    9. @11:30 you're wrong he was talking about el chango Mendez from la familia michoacana when he said that. El chango had approached the Zs for support after ct killed most his people

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    10. hey 7:44 thank you I had forgotten about that post. I may repost it

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    11. 11:30 after el 50 turned himself in to the u.s. los talibanes started to work with cdn against cdg/zve

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  8. Zetas ain't 10% of what they used to be mow in days, what a joke

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  9. They r killing us all. Thats why i moved to US. Very nice here in Texas.

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  10. And of course they're listening to Makabelico, Puro Comando Exclusivo!

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    1. el wero v1 and v5 are cool. its even on spotify lol

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  11. Filmed by the police themselves! Bet they won’t push on Matamoros and Veracruz. Wolf Tickets

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    1. Filmed and directed by AMLO himself.
      Let's see if an Oscar is awarded.

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  12. Does CDN have the same intranational presence that Los Zetas once had? Are they anywhere else in Mexico besides in the north along the Rio Bravo? Do they have the same international connections in Guatemala, Colombia & Venezuela that Z once had? It appears to me that their business mainly consists of controlling the plazas along the border in COA, NL & some of TAM in addition to the various other criminal activity in those states (piso, theft, kidnapping, etc.), is this correct?

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    1. Yes they do in fact because they ditched the Mexico advancement plan and held on to specific important plazas in Mexico, changed the operational structure but kept business relationships with foreign suppliers and markets --- in some ways they are as strong if not stronger. think of it as bankruptcy court and reorganization.

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