Saturday, August 17, 2019

Tamaulipas: CDN sicarios who terrorized Fuerza Civil on kilometer 137

Vallecillo, Nuevo León -Yesterday on social networks images of hit men displaying their weapons circulated. Apparently these were taken just before the confrontation that sicarios from Cartel del Noreste had against Fuerza Civil at kilometer 137 of the Nuevo Laredo highway to Monterrey.

In the pictures you can see the Cartel del Noreste sicarios with high powered rifles, wearing tactical clothing, balaclavas, and Kevlar helmets in a truck.

The Facts:

Three injured police officers and an incinerated police unit on the Carretera Monterrey was the balance after the confrontation between armed civilians and security corporations.

The Tamaulipas Public Security Secretariat reported that the injured police officers were taken to the Sabinas General Hospital in Hidalgo, Nuevo León.
The confrontation was recorded at kilometer 100 on the Nuevo Laredo-Monterrey highway. Where groups of armed men were traveling aboard four cloned trucks with insignias from the Secretariat of the Navy.

It was reported that a total of eight units from Fuerza Tamaulipas, seven from the Federal Police and a group from the Mexican Army went to the area to restore order.

These elements have carried out patrols since Thursday night on the Nuevo Laredo-Monterrey highway.  For security cheeks on toll roads and public highways


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23 comments:

  1. Los cerebros chicos como yo no entienden, ¿por que se están arruinando su propio paìs?

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  2. A fellow co worker with his family went to Mexico. They got their truck stolen by zetas, minutes later a convoy of cdg comes and ask questions. So hours later they come back with the truck but with decapitated corpse in the truck bed. This was when the cdg and z war broke out!

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    1. Bro I heard this exact same story from someone on a construction site..but he didnt know the cartel names. Might be a famous wise tale or me and you know the same skinny paisa framer who told me...

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    2. Sorry for your friend he shouldn’t have drove a new truck to Mexico. That looks like bad ass truck in that main pic but American automakers are unreliable bailed out garbage 🗑 especially FiatChrysler and GM.

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    3. It would've been all over social media even back then I highly doubt that actually happened

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    4. Old story circulating in CALI about their truck being stolen return to their owners with a head in the back. Old news.......

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    5. I've heard that same exact story too ... Lol

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    6. That was before zetas split from CDG. And 8t was around 2007 or 2008. Some punks stole a truck claiming to be zetas and then real zetas brought the truck back to their owner and with the heads of the fake zetas.

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    7. @9:20
      Paisas from Houston ??

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    8. 6:15 AM That story is very common and believe it or not it has happened quit a bit. The Story always goes the same. People using the local cartels name to rob paisas coming down from the states getting their shit robbed only for the Local cartel to get their shit back and show up with a few melons telling them they don't do that type of stuff and send them on their way.

      I remember my family telling us that same story except with far more detail location and names. So when we would drive down to Mexico they always wanted to travel in groups.

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    9. This is one of the reasons why I never drove in Matamoros, or anywhere else in Mexico. Every other weekend I'd park my car in downtown Brownsville and walk my ass across the bridge to the bars and clubs.

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  3. These boys above are probably the children of the generation you are mentioning x5, ie much younger in age?

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  4. And ten X5 woke up. And went back to making lattes.

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  5. And when these peoples go to a reten or puesto de control they tell them es Ok he has the cruda.

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  6. These fools think they are showing their strength but in a bigger picture they are digging their own grave, when you fuck with the police sooner or later it will catch up to you, just like it happened to mencho now he is hiding, difference is these fools are attacking the popos without a solid reason and mencho's people were defending him, what im trying to say from what ive seen in 12 years that ive been following all of these nonsence these guys wont last long, as simple as that

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    1. yall will never understand the Zs are a whole different beast

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    2. Yeah I don’t know about that. I don’t think Nuevo Laredo will be anything but a Z stronghold for the foreseeable future.

      Phelpso

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  7. Probably cjng they are the ones that extort innocent vendors and kill children

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  8. No coincidence @3:30pm

    Someone once said look at the shape of letter Z itself. When used by this group is actually a symbololic reference to the occultic mystistism of earlier spanish settlers mixed with some relatively new of age satanria and ritualistic practices. If the government is the 'first' then surely the Z are the flip side of that and thr last. Soundz like a not so new zeitgeist of the age old paradigm.. ''as a .gov - so below''. How do powers that are, remain powers that be? By becoming keepers to those gates of power on both zides of the society coin the world above of rule of law government and also the dominion below of shadow anti rule of law government. El $@t@nic0 worshipping trash every last one of them.


    But a different beast indeed...

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    1. these are crazy times we live in but ive seen Zs leave innocent people alone. My tia had a store in northern mexico and they would buy things there all the time and never robbed or extorted her.

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    2. My wife did to. They robbed for $8500. Nice guys

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  9. Borderlands beat will be busy next 6 years

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