Tuesday, August 6, 2019

Teenage sicario Bryan Alexander attacked El 53


Zapopan, Jalisco - A minor turned out to be the second deceased in the shooting of Plaza Galerías, in Zapopan, which occurred last Wednesday; his relatives finally claimed him, the State Attorney’s Office said Monday.

The 17-year-old boy was officially identified by relatives. His family confirmed his identity to an agent from the Public Ministry.

The teenager was part of the criminal groups that confronted each other in Carls Jr. on July 30 around 4:00 p.m. He was found dead with a gun in his hand.

According to the reports of the Prosecutor's Office, members of a criminal group arrived at the site and exchanged gunfire with with a group from an opposing cartel. Among them was Martín Arzola, aka El 53. Designated leader of the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generación. 

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The young man's mother went to the morgue and identified the victim as Brayan Alexander. His father denied knowing his sons affairs when he was killed by the Governors bodyguards.

According to eye witnesses a group of people enters and goes to a section in the back. At the right of the entrance another group was already inside. At some point someone goes to the back and that’s when the shooting begins. 

"The two people who died are presumed to be enemies, the people killed, we presume they are part of organized crime groups," Prosecutor Gerardo Octavio Solís Gómez said on the day of the event. Snce then they have not given any further details about the ongoing investigations


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39 comments:

  1. Someone put that gun in there

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    1. Definitely looks that way.

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    2. The same thing happened to David Barron Corona when he tried to kill Blancornelas. He was shot by his own people and fell down still holding his shotgun. Finger still on the trigger.

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    3. David Barron Coron
      Didnt he turn snitch write a book

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    4. 741 nope you're thinking of Barons homie Boxer, he turned snitch

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    5. david barron corona, not to glorify him but he had some massive balls, stopped 10 or so chinolas at christies disco with little assistance so ramon could escape out the back window when chaputo betrayed him

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  2. Wow a young sicario did not know, that day in Carl's Jr., Would be his last day on Earth.

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    1. I don't think anyone knows when there last day is unless you have an illness if I knew I was gonna die I would buy cocaine weed bitches and a Bible n some alcohol of course

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    2. 7:17 don’t wait. Go for it

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  3. Where’s the story of the Dallas shooting? BB is becoming lame with their censorship bullshit fuckin clowns fuck chivis

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    1. Do you mean the El Paso shooting?
      I took it down because of brainless idiots like you, who are incapable of having a discussion and who are inarticulate.

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    2. Lol that was great Chivis... racist bigots are not welcome here or anywhere.

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    3. Good one Chivis🤣, but is there a story coming out about Mini LIC. He testified yesterday in some case about the guy that worked for Chapo and his sons? Guy made a hit on him

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    4. I was incensed and wondered why I devote so much of my life for idiots.

      Truth be told it was equal amt of brown vs white and white vs brown bigotry. VERY disappointing

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    5. Chivis....the article you posted was a great read. Very unfortunate that it had to be taken down because so many refuse to allow their minds to expand just a little and attempt to see things from another perspective.

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    6. Sir, are you ok? Put the King Cobra down and step away from the keyboard!

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    7. Thank you. I have received many comments and emails to put it back up. Even Buggs commented---

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    8. I think it's the right choice not to run the story. If the conversation cannot be civil and constructive, it only makes the tragedy worse. Too much anger and divisiveness.

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    9. Chivis it's ok not everyone can be pleased, the guy didn't even get the city correct, of where it happened.

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    10. Wish I’d read it.

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  4. Good trigger discipline even in death. Smells like a rat, I agree with the above comment, the gun was placed after the fact. Still could have been his, but it’s clean, no blood, his hand is on it perfectly to see it is clearly a pistol, yet he doesn’t drop it. If he was killed so fast that the gun stays clean, no blood, highly unlikely it lands where it is and would have been dropped soon as his lights went out.

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  5. I just figured out that these young sicarios must be living in the youthful , deluded state of invulnerability and ignorant overconfidence about dangers in the world they live in.
    It is natural to be this way because teens literally have these kinds of brains. Teens are programmed to be stupid risk takers. But, try to warn them, don't waste your time because many of them are to far gone to listen. What do old timers know? We don't know shit!
    Mexico-Watcher
    P.S. I have extensive clinical background in deviance Bx and in corrections and community mental health.

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    1. U are correct Mexico Watcher.
      Wisdom and knowledge comes with age.

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    2. Why can't be a hired gun that got whacked soon as he did the job?
      Those Nayarit cuicos were real quick getting rid of him, but I think they could have arrested.

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    3. Teenagers or adolescents brains are not fully developed until approximately age 25 I worked with teenagers my entire career as a counselor the following is from Rochester University medical Center
      It doesn’t matter how smart teens are or how well they scored on the SAT or ACT. Good judgment isn’t something they can excel in, at least not yet.

      The rational part of a teen’s brain isn’t fully developed and won’t be until age 25 or so.

      In fact, recent research has found that adult and teen brains work differently. Adults think with the prefrontal cortex, the brain’s rational part. This is the part of the brain that responds to situations with good judgment and an awareness of long-term consequences. Teens process information with the amygdala. This is the emotional part.

      In teen’s brains, the connections between the emotional part of the brain and the decision-making center are still developing—and not always at the same rate. That’s why when teens have overwhelming emotional input, they can’t explain later what they were thinking. They weren’t thinking as much as they were feeling.

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    4. &07 you are are spot on agree completely.
      Science is accurate most of the time....
      GC

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  6. Sol you think the gun was planted?

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    1. Looks planted. Gotta make it look authentic. - Sol Prendido

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  7. Brayan Alexander? What are his siblings named...Estefani and Yonaton?

    -El Arrepentido de la Sierra

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    1. Typical names in ordinary barrios in mexico that breed these types of lost pawns, el brayan queria ser sicario pero no andava pilas

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    2. Don't forget Estiven y Maiki.

      -El Arrepentido de la Sierra

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    3. Lmao or.Kevin

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  8. y donde estan los elite del CJNG apa.?? haciendo sus videos ya mas choteados que los tacos de la esquina.

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    1. They are probably taking a few plazas from Carte de SNITCHALOA

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  9. Esot les pasa por ambiciosos. El que lo mando ya sabia que este pendejo chavo iva a morir pero para que mandar a alguien mas viejo y con mas experencia? Este chavo es mas inutil para cualquier cartel!

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  10. It may have been planted but judging by the way his shirt is pulled up, I would guess he had it at his waste and got caught as he fell dead, not giving it time to fall. I'm just trying to be rational. I wonder if there video footage inside the Carl's Jr.

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  11. But his mama cried as he walked out:
    'Don't take your guns to town, son
    Leave your gun at home son.
    Don't take your guns... to town'

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