Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Video shootout CDN vs CDG Tamaulipas: Here the authorities do not enter at night, or they are killed

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat YouTube


CDN [Zetas] and CDG have caused endless bloodshed and terror in Tamaulipas.

On Monday night through Tuesday morning, there was an intense heavy artillery shootout in the city of  Miguel Aleman in a war for dominance in the border city. 

Residents woke to a sight of streets being washed with bullet casings from high-caliber weapons.

It was estimated the shootout lasted for over six hours. 



CDN traveling from Cd. Mier, disguised as soldiers, were able to pass through military checkpoint at Benito Juarez and Los Guerra installed at the outskirts of town.  Dressed as soldiers they were able to storm the military barracks in Los Guerra.  

There were 36 trucks involved including narco tanks.

Comment sent in by BB follower:

Chivis and BB staff there’s a short video about the shootout in Miguel Aleman where the CDN entered CDG territory Tuesday night is about a minute long and it really shows the sound of the firepower the Tamaulipas cartels have. While the Reynosa CDG faction and the Camargo factions are infighting the CDN took the opportunity to enter the Frontera Chica. There's also a message from CDN to CDG going around on where they announce they will be entering CDG territory with 150 trucks, instead of the 36 they used in Tuesday night’s attack.

CDN said it is ready to take all CDG territory all the way to Matamoros. Shit might get crazy in the north east this week.

Additionally, the Matamoros faction of CDG is also infighting and the fight is quiet but heating up. El Contador  left el Vaquero in charge after his arrest but another Cardenas is looking to  kill el Vaquero and take over the Matamoros golf cartel.

CDN wants to take advantage and take over while CDG fights itself

76 comments:

  1. Video would have been great if that weird EDM music wasnt playing in the backround. Thanks!!!

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    1. I felt like a chilango listening to this EDM music while riding in a combi through the city.

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    2. Unless im mistaken, the narator of that video doesn't sound like the typical Mexican from northern Mexico (no tiene acento norteño) He almost sounds central American, salvadoran, honduran, Nicaraguan. I know not all accents in mexico are the same but he doesn't sound norteño.

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  2. Shit gets old listening to gunfire.

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  3. Guillermo Del Toro here is an idea for your next Oscar. Plenty of action going on. Wow. CDN taking the initiative dressing up like military. Again we ask somebody send a couple drones to record some footage.

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    1. 4:33 Alaverga con guillermo y sus pinchis mamadas surrelistas de mariguano gachupin. sales con cada chingadera guey.
      If you wanna drama show some zetas your nalgas.

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  4. Jeepers creepers truck meet mad max scrapyard and the result was that
    Monster thing
    Not even walking dead shows that kinda rust

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  5. Someone from that military checkpoint walked away with some money...he won’t walk too far though

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    1. @4:58 Pedrito Gomez del corrido de Duelo “Paloma de Acero” a de ver estado cuidando el cuartel.

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    2. Exactly what I was thinking

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    3. Bruh a couple of em walked away with a bag .... I've said this before and time after time that the zetas are like cacaroaches they never away for good there military tactics are legendary at this point tbh... And no I'm not there cheer leader it's just the truth. They are every where in Mexico and out of the country

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    4. What are you talking about? Its Mexico. He'll live until he dies of natural causes.

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    5. How you know bozo? Maybe he was just happy to be able to walk at all!

      All people are not corrupt in Mexico because they are greedy: many/most are corrupt because they have no choice. Fear and terror is everywhere in Mexico. Sometimes all you ask for is being able to see your family again.

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    6. He walk away with cash and divided with his compadres and comanders. They won't touch the militaries. The whole battalions will go after cartels that mess with them.

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    7. Every dog has his day

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    8. @2:37 I have to be a bozo for pointing out the obvious. Anyone with common sense would notice 36 trucks in caravans is a discrepancy. Next time don’t be so narrow minded...it’s just a possible theory, Bozo #2

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  6. What a joke, the government tolerating this nonsense. The international community just shakes it's head in disgust at Mexico...

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    1. The international community just shakes it's head in disgust at Mexico...no they dont know and dont care because its just criminals from their point and its much easier to "rescue" some boat people.

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    2. Answer Mexicans and Amlo very patient people. This is been going on for 14 years, no end soon.

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  7. Is the cardenas kid that got locked up in Brownsville Tx for having a gun and a badge at the club out of jail already?CDN pushing the line back little by little CDG dont want to stop fighting with each other they cant last that much longer like that and los metros &cjng are going to make it only worse cjng cant be trusted just look at any group that has made a pack with them .it never works out

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  8. Roma Tx resident here, gun fire on the Mexican side has been non stop since last week I believe Tuesday !

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  9. Off subject. The authorities confiscated an armored vehicle the other day.

    https://www.red-noticias.com/?p=146810

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  10. 36 camionetas ponle que 6 peludos son alrededor de 216 pelados. Casi un batallón de infantería. Si realizan eso de las 150 camionetas son alrededor de 900 pelados asupotamadre..

    Y también le pegaron al cuartel militar?

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    1. Its 4 in each truck.

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    2. Las caravanas van de 4-8 tripulantes usualmente depende el tipo de operacion que esten realizando... Saludos R23

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  11. Who is CDN leader right now?
    I guess the only person who can stop all this CDG infighting is el señor Osiel Cardenas

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    1. Huevo Treviño. Z40s nephew. They are desperate.

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    2. La Bola Treviño is their so called leader
      But currently the one calling the shots is El Huevo Treviño

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    3. He has lost all his old power and ability to give orders.

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    4. El huevo trevino el cadete el tory and they have some guy called el L40 or something. An ex military lieutenant coronel training their men.

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    5. I believe a nephew of 40. Omar.

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    6. 7:58 que te valga verga guey.
      What matters is WHO IS THE MILITARY ZONE COMMANDER.
      obviously the local municipal and state police are overwhelmed, this is when the melitary get all four on the floor but their pinche corruption makes them think four legs and 20 nails on the floor, that the easy job.
      Narco-governor Francisco javier garcia cabeza de cagadas de vacas has been bitching about AMLO leaving the state,("HIS STATE") of Tamaulipas free of Guardia Nacional, and looks like he got it, these are the results, AMLO can't trust MORENA colleagues to do the right nob without adult supervision, much less a pinche PANISTA narco-governor born in Texas which has "lost" his criminal record as a young Gangbanger, the State of Tejas by the way, is investigating his mother's bank deposit of 5 million dollars...
      (or the Federales)!!! WHAAT? The governor says his grampa left his mom that money for her dowry, but she never married her street customers, and grampas had no money either, he was a broke ass rundown cock fighter who had lost his ass on the gallos...motherfacker still dreams of becoming the next Presidente de Mexico but may have to resign himself to a plurinominal Federal Senatorship from where it will be hard to carry his ass to trial and prison for six more years.

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    7. The leader is huevo Trevino
      from Dallas tx

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  12. Here they go aging the same thing happened in 2010 Zetas Vs CDG i remember those days

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    1. Chihuahua had it way worse in 2010 with la linea fighting gente nueva

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    2. I remember those days also I lived in Reynosa, it was like a wave on nonstop violence and death, the gunfire, the vehicles crashing into each other, it went on mostly in the evening because during the day when the Reynosa battle lines divided the city during most days you could walk where ever you wanted just do look at the dead bodies to much as you walked past. and the there was only 2 or 3 block separating them waiting till the time was around 11pm at night and then the firing would begin and wouldent stop till the morning and the police and military were also fighting as well, I was very scared. I just run across the street to the super mini grocery store to get my groceries and I spend all the time just hiding and staying out of sight. the local residents were also staying in their homes. then after several months the fighting started up again as the city was retaken, so whatever areas are taken initially those areas will probably be fought over twice when the areas are retaken. I just wanted to say that I was there in 2010 when the fighting came to Reynosa and I would want to see that happen again ever.... thanx....

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  13. AMLO, the complete tragedy in El Paso, pales in comparison to this scene. It was one crazy guy. While you want to file charges against the US about the awful crime, you do nothing about this. The intolerance in US is led by the tolerance of Mexico in meeting it's own demons.

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    1. only 3 sicarios and one police died.

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    2. Stop posting nonsense. That shooter was a white supremacist who randomly shot at people trying to target Mexicans. In Mexico sure bad shit happens but it’s mostly Mexican criminals with politics involved and some times innocents get hit. These two don’t even compare. If a Mexican racist killed a bunch of white people in the US than you could write about it or compare it.

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    3. Not 1 crazy guy a terrorist

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    4. Things will go as follows Mexico:
      The US will try him first and serve his time before any arraignments of extradition take place.

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  14. Them narco tanks won’t stand a chance against an M1A1 abrams tank, just say the word Mexico

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    1. yes would like to see some M1 burned down in the sierra by some RPGs. Not to speak about IEDs.

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    2. How did those abrams tanks do against goat farmers with Soviet era weapons in Afghanistan?? Lmao tie your shoes little.man you're around big dawgs

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  15. Wow cdn are serious imagine 150 trucks and people think zetas are finished hahaha if anyone tried to take cdns heart land of Nuevo Laredo they wouldn’t stand a chance

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    1. lol they ain;t nothing. they couldn;t take miguel aleman which is the weakest CDG stronghold. They left their armor vehicles to rot and only killed a random police officer while CDG killed 3 of them.

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  16. Crazy operation!

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  17. CDG Matamoros made a truce with Mayo Zambada to take over all of Nuevo León & Tamaulipas. CDG Matamoros gets the upper hand they are willing to let CDS operate in Nuevo León & let them keep some plazas & In Tamaulipas they will be able to cross threw Matamoros without paying. CDG Matamoros will be able to use the Baja & Sonora routes that CDS holds. CDG Reynosa has some truce going on with CJNG so things will get very interesting in the coming days. Mexican Government will not get in the middle of all this at all they will let it play out & see who wins & in return hoping things will finally settle down ones & for all in the Northeast. Ones Matamoros controls Reynosa the real war will be play in Monterrey for the Nuevo Laredo plaza.

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    1. Where are you getting your info? El mayo is retired the only thing left of him is his name and cjng already tried helping the golfos but they were beat by cdn ... mencho is focused on jalisco michoacan and guanajuato

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    2. Yeah right and then the end will come!

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    3. Yeah the problem is cdg matamoros is divided between el vaquero and his faction and beto cardenas and his faction. Theres rumors of war looming withing the factions

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  18. 4:58 looks more like the checkpoint was ordered to stand down, both ways, coming and going nobody catch a glimpse of the convoy, must be all that general dollar invisible one dollar paint or SEDENA is going for broke again, after all since they started the Zetas with select GAFES it has been military trying to take over all the cartels, and if the Presidente wants to support or will not that's his pedo. Let's remember the Secretario de la Defensa was the Military Zone Commanding "general" in Coahuila while zetas murdered and tortured and disappeared anybody delivered to them in Piedras Negras when they were not busy escaping from the prison, murdering in San Fernando and Allende and all over his their home state under his watch, helping Bertie Boy Moreira keep up appearances while he robbed from the state coffers and the foreign lenders, General SOD Luis Cresencio Sandoval playing possum once in a while or his peoe failing him in plain view.

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    1. Tje governor of tamaulipas said that the check point was taken down by the federal goverment.

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  19. Si es que se puedan anticipar las eventualidades, que si sabemos se puede hechando le uno cabeza, entonces no más sería cuestión de darles la vueltecita allí. Así se evitan todos de topar se con estos monstruos, que por lo que veo yo no son tan fácil de tumbar. Al menos que uno vaya con tiempo bien equipado, concentrado, y por sus pinches huevos aferrado. Solo así podrán. Y si no queda de otra entonces vamos entrando le a patín. Además no les andan pagando por orejas en esos jales. Y si no les pagan por orejas entonces yo dijera agarren su tiempo. Para que vean bien cómo está el panorama allí.

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    1. That armor would not resist one Yemeni bomb, the kind that makes real holes in US ships, but looks like somebody should know where it nests, hard to do the job where the giver or is totally corrupt along with all law and order institutions and no outsider is suppossed to get involved...
      what next, independence and annexation to Tejas?

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  20. Thats a third world country tank. Give me a break.

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    1. That's a tank made out of shape metal.

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    2. That some dusty ass equipment, for sure

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    3. That homemade armored vehicle with a 50 cal mounted on it cus cause serious damage.

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    4. More than what you have. One can call it a forth world country.

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  21. Geez. What terrible music to use as your narrating details of events. Could barely understand every 3rd word (if that).

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  22. the us invades Mexico kills or captures mencho and evry other lame cartel leader takes over the government putting in charge Mexican American politicians and military puts in jail every currupt official ensures no kidnappers or cartel killers enter the us by securing every border on both sides the problem soon is over no drugs no Mexican girls getting killed and raped everyday family's will be safe on both sides the war will be controlled way sooner than the think

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    1. The thing is the u.s. doesn't want it to stop if they did they would have stopped it already

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    2. So essentially you want the us to conquer Mexico? Lmao think before you type or speak lol follow the chain of events of cause and reaction kid.

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    3. there's no need to conquer wise ass he us already owns mexico I'm just saying the problem could get fixed easy if they really wanted to.

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  23. there's a shit ton of videos online about the gun battle in Miguel Aleman shell casings all over the streets

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  24. I have video and message who do i email

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  25. Bb theres a video on reynosa eagle eye on facebook were u can hear a minute plus of the shootout.

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  26. Question Does Anyone think Amlo is really going to stop the Cartels?

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    1. Well if he gets his act together and stops .offering poems yes he can. Assignment with generals in military can get them to rid of cartels.

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    2. 4:59 he won't do anything to cdn because his main guys like the monreal brothers are known to have ties with cdn

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  27. Zetas been using Military uniforms for operations since 2002 prison break

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    1. CDN has nothing to do with Grupo Zeta (the original ones)

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  28. Who’s CDG leader en Zacatecas

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