Friday, September 20, 2019

Miguel Cancino, "El Apa" of LFM Murdered in Morelia Hospital while Undergoing Surgery

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: ElFinancero y Proceso
                                    Leader of La Familia Michoacana in Morelia is executed
        Jesús Cancino, 'El Apá', was killed by a command while undergoing surgery in a hospital.

100 meters from the XXI Military Zone of Morelia, an armed command entered the Acueducto hospital on Thursday and executed Jesus Cancino Téllez, aka 'El Apá' , leader of the La Familia Michoacana criminal group. "El Apa" also known in Tierra Caliente region as "El Cancino" was shot in the head.

'El Apá' was the head of the Plazas of both Querétaro and Tijuana, where he was related to the trafficking of synthetic drugs, kidnappings and extortion, according to police sources consulted.

Cancino had already suffered a gun attack in the same month in the municipality of Corregidora, in Querétaro, where he was only injured. The murdered man, 45 years old, was under police protection since he had previously been the victim of another attack, according to Security Commissioner Julissa Suárez Bucio.

Cuernavaca: 6 Men Killed Inside a Home, Commando Attempts to Kidnap Official in the Municipal Building

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Zeta y Excelsior y UnoTV
Six people were killed between 03:00 and 04:00 AM on Friday, September 20, inside a private home, located on Ahuatepec Street, near the Paso Express car wash in the Antonio Barona neighborhood of Cuernavaca, Morelos.

According to preliminary reports cited by the Quadratin agency, a group of armed men forced the entrance of the house and shot at the six men who were inside it.

Five people died instantly and one more died in a hospital in the Morelense capital. While in one of the bathrooms of the house, the authorities found hidden two minors, who were unharmed. 

US Coast Guard Offloads 12,000 Pounds of Cocaine in Miami, Florida

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: US Coast Guard

MULTIMEDIA RELEASE: Coast Guard Cutter Seneca offloads more than 12,000 pounds of cocaine in Miami      U.S. Coast Guard sent this Bulletin at 09/20/2019 01:36 PM EDT     Multimedia Release

The Coast Guard Cutter Seneca (WMEC-906) crew offloaded more than 12,000 pounds of cocaine Friday at Coast Guard Sector Miami.

The drugs were interdicted in international waters of the Eastern Pacific Ocean off the coasts of Mexico, Central and South America, including contraband seized and recovered in more than five interdictions of suspected drug smuggling vessels by U.S. Coast Guard cutters:

Emma Coronel's Escort Arrested for Selling Cocaine in NY

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Vanguardia y NYDaily News
Emma Colonel's police escort/ bodyguard, and a NY City cop Ishmael Bailey, arrested for selling cocaine in New York.

Emma Colonel, wife of imprisoned drug trafficker, "El Chapo" Guzman when leaving the Court in New York. (photo AP)

Ishmael Bailey, a New York police officer who provided security to Emma Coronel during the trial of her husband Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán Loera , was arrested after being accused of selling and storing cocaine, in addition to charges attached. 

Although the formal accusation is not yet complete, finding him guilty could reach a sentence of up to 15 years in prison.

Thursday, September 19, 2019

One Narco Lab in Sinaloa Employed 43 Workers

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Riodoce y RevistaEspejo
The Ministry of Public Security of Sinaloa secured the assurance of four clandestine narco- laboratories, three of them active and one inactive, where chemical precursors were found for the production of synthetic drugs. The head of the SSPE said that of the four laboratories, one of them was already inactive.

The findings were made through overflights and land routes north of Culiacan and in coordination with the Mexican Navy Secretariat.

In one of the laboratories insured by elements of the Navy in Culiacán worked at least 43 people, as there was a facility for 43 people; informed the Secretary of Public Security of the State, Cristóbal Castañeda Camarillo.

Covert Trip to Massive Mexican Meth Lab in Sinaloa Shocks US Lawmen

Yaqui for Borderland Beat From: AOL
A dozen of Alabama’s highest-ranking law enforcement officials last week traveled deep into the bowels of the Mexican jungle – the belly of the beast as they describe it – to get a firsthand look at what they face in the war on drugs.

What they came away with was shock and awe at the volume of illegal narcotics – especially methamphetamine - being produced there, and a re-energized will to do all they can on the home front to knock back not only the demand, but the supply coming into the state’s cities and counties by the tons.

Drug Lab Dismantled in Sonora w Massive Amounts of Chemicals

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Infobae
Mexican Army agents found a clandestine laboratory used for the production of synthetic drugs in the state of Sonora, northwest of the country, the National Defense Secretariat reported on Wednesday.

Agents of the Mexican Army found a clandestine laboratory used for the manufacture of synthetic drugs in the state of Sonora, northwest of the country, the National Defense Secretariat (Sedena) reported on Wednesday.

Through a statement, the Army indicated that the events occurred when military personnel carried out land surveys in the municipality of General Plutarco Elías Calles de Sonora and located a clandestine laboratory in a trough, covered with weeds.

Parral, Chihuahua: In México the police are the cartel



Parral, Chihuahua - Strong emotions due to the underworld are part of normal life in this city.

State and municipal police performed in a hometown case of corruption against an unsuspecting out of state truck driver. 

A man hauling a tractor trailer loaded with merchandise was arrested by official State Transportation authorities.

Right away they set a discretionary bribery of 5,000 pesos that the driver did not have in cash.

Project Miroslava: The Murder of Miroslava; Unpunished Narco Politicians

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Zeta
                                         Miroslava Breach knew they were going to kill her.
By: Adela Navarro Bello
Many times they had threatened her. A few days before her murder on March 23, 2017, she advised her daughter about what to do with her inheritance, reordered the life insurance documents, and commissioned the raising of her youngest son to one of her sisters.

Threats to the journalist of Chihuahua, a correspondent for  La Jornada , were aware of the Governor of the state, Javier Corral Jurado, all the way up to the Attorney General. Also ex officio colleagues and families. The society could even have deduced it from the journalistic works of Miroslava, consignments about the exercise of narco-politics in the municipalities of Chihuahua, in political parties such as the PRI and the PAN, which not only had in their governments  relatives of drug traffickers on the payroll and in security areas, they also made them candidates. At least they tried.

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Pandora's Box: The War on Drugs, Organized Crime Groups now Control 80% of Mexico

Yaqui from Borderland Beat from: Sin Embargo y Vanguardia
Note: Please Go to the LINK at top for the Interactive Graphs
Nota: Por Favor: Ir el LINK Arriba por Los Grafos Interactivos
If you are interested in a particular area, state or time they work pretty well

CJNG and  9 drug trafficking cartels ... along with 74 armed groups dominate 80 percent of Mexico
Almost the entire Mexican territory , ie 80 %, has the presence of organized crime; in Guerrero alone there are 350 criminal organizations.

"80% of the municipalities in Mexico are governed by authorities that have direct or indirect links to  organized crime  in any of its forms,"  writer and journalist  Ricardo Ravelo Galó told  SinEmbargo.

"La Garra", Bloodthirsty Head of CJNG in the US

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Infobae y laverdad y RadioFormula
        “La Garra”: the feared and bloodthirsty leader of the Jalisco Cartel in the United States

The DEA placed him in 2016 as one of the three heads of the CJNG along with "El Mencho" and Abigael González Valencia, "El Cuini". For more than a decade he has been part of the criminal group.

Little known, José Luis Mendoza Cárdenas, alias "La Garra", leader of the arm of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG) in the United States is considered one of the two leaders who could be placed at the head of the criminal organization in case of that Nemesio Oseguera, "El Mencho", was killed or detained by the authorities.

US narcotics agent admits role in drug trafficking scheme

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat AP


NEW YORK (AP) — A federal narcotics agent scheduled to stand trial this month has pleaded guilty to participating in a decade long drug conspiracy that involved the smuggling of thousands of kilograms of cocaine from Puerto Rico to New York.

Prosecutors said Fernando Gomez, a former U.S. Marine, infiltrated the Drug Enforcement Administration in 2011 and remained a federal agent until his arrest last year, even as he assisted a drug trafficking ring known for slaughtering its rivals.

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Mexican Lawyer for Sinaloa Cartel Gets 8 yrs in U.S. for Money Laundering

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat TY Gus!  From Times of San Diego

A Mexican lawyer who laundered millions in drug proceeds for the Sinaloa Cartel was sentenced Monday to eight years in federal custody.


Gibran Rodriguez-Mejia, 31, of Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico, pleaded guilty earlier this year to charges related to laundering $3.5 million by coordinating with couriers to smuggle the U.S. currency across the border to an exchange house in Tijuana.


Five co-defendants have also pleaded guilty in the case, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

Ciro Gómez Leyva exposes Cartel del Noreste



Video translation is as follows:

Newscaster #1: And in follow up another very controversial case. One in which soldiers appear there and policemen appear as well. Last week you’ll remember the human rights committee of Nuevo Laredo denounced that 8 people were executed without reason by state police in Colonia Valles de Anahuac. After this complaint we present here the photo of one of the victims, a young man who on social networks presumed to be a member of the Cartel del Noreste. But, well he is not the only one. There are other Facebook profiles that indicate that more people around this supposed information were related to criminal groups. 

Cassandra Treviño: My dad told him no. That he had nothing to do with anything, that he didn't know. He was asking for them not to do anything to him. And that he didn't know what they were talking about. And that he only worked at Coca Cola. But they ignored him. They had him dressed in boots, pants and donning a helmet.

Heads Up! For the next week------



El Gil---the assassin of 43 AMLO wants answers of why key suspects were released

Parro for Borderland Beat Milenio


The release of 21 municipal police officers detained in connection with the disappearance of 43 students in Iguala, Guerrero, in 2014, is a sign of the “wretchedness and rot” of Mexico’s justice system, according to human rights undersecretary Alejandro Encinas.

He told a press conference on Sunday that the decision of Judge Samuel Ventura Ramos to absolve the officers is an “affront to the victims, to their parents and to justice.

“It’s a mockery of justice because it feeds silence and complicity . . .” Encinas added.

Porfirio Sánchez Mendoza attributes recent homicides to an adjustment of accounts between criminal cells


Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes - The latest events of executed persons that have occurred in the entity are caused by adjustments within criminal groups, said Porfirio Sánchez Mendoza, secretary of Public Security of Aguascalientes.

“They are accommodating due to the arrests made by the Prosecutor in coordination with the single command. I think they are rearranged, we are contending and we are doing well, ”he said, interviewed shortly before the Independence parade.

Only during the course of this month at least six executions have been reported in various municipalities of Aguascalientes, such as the cases of San Francisco de los Romo, Rincón de Romos and El Llano.

New CDS Threat Against CJNG: "Mencho's Turn is Getting Too Big"

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Infobae y Vanguardia                                     
                                            "Mencho's 'turn' is getting too big. Att CDS."
     In Zapopan, Jalisco, a narcomanta appeared with dedication to the leader of CJNG , Nemesio                      Oseguera Cervantes, aka"El Mencho", allegedly signed by CDS, the Sinaloa Cartel.

The message was hung on a municipal patrol truck that was on a lot that is used by the Secretary of Public Security to store the units which are waiting to be repaired.

According to the report of the local authorities, elements of the municipal police surprised a group of subjects spraying gasoline onto the decomposed patrols vehicles to set them on fire. When they were discovered, the subjects fired at the police, which triggered a confrontation , but the alleged hitmen of the Sinaloa Cartel managed to escape heading towards Michoacán.

Monday, September 16, 2019

Drug and alcohol mixture caused the death of Claudia Ochoa Felix, no foul play

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat TY Gus Sinaloa Press


Culiacán, Sin.- The State Attorney General's Office clarified that Claudia Ochoa Felix, aka ‘La Emperatriz de Los Ántrax’ ['The Empress of the Anthrax']  was not murdered as initially speculated, but  died from the intake of substances she mixed with alcohol.

The necropsy performed after moving her body to SEMEFO determined that she died of suffocation from bronchoaspiration, derived from the intake of substances.

Attorney General Juan José Ríos Estavillo, informed that the person who accompanied her was the one who provided the necessary information to the Public Ministry to expedite the process and so perceived  responsibility. [Boyfriend said they were drinking whiskey and doing drugs]

Ensenada, BC News: Lots of Liquid Meth and CDS Drug Plantations

Yaqui from Borderland Beat from: AFN y Zeta
A total of 320 liters of liquid methamphetamine were seized today at a branch of parcel delivery service located in El Sauzal de Rodríguez, north of the city of Ensenada, which came from the neighbor State of Baja California Sur.

Federal Police elements seized 16 drums containing 20 liters each in the warehouse of a local company dedicated to land shipments, the corporation reviewed the shipment that was labeled as liquid cleaning products, however they found that they were actually filled with methamphetamine liquid, so they were confiscated and taken to the authority, the corresponding investigation folder being available to the Attorney General's Office in Tijuana.

TJ Weekend Toll Includes Body Cut in Pieces Found in 4 Bags

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Zeta y ElSol y AFN
During the week of September 6 to 12, the federal government registered 627 preliminary malicious killings in the 32 federal entities of the country, equivalent to 82 crimes every 24 hours.

The database that the federal government integrates every day, mentions that in the last week the figure of 100 deaths in two days was exceeded. The first was on September 7, with 105 murders and the second on September 8, with 101.

According to the report, 60 were registered in Guanajuato; Baja California and Jalisco, 47 respectively: Michoacán, 44; State of Mexico, 42; Veracruz, 32 and Puebla, 31.

Tabasco: 5 Killed in Bar "Las Rosas", Police Commander also Shot Dead

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Zeta y Radio Formula y UnoTV
A group of armed subjects shot and killed five people on the night of this Sunday, September 15, prior to the El Grito, inside the bar "Las Rosas" (some local media handle the names of "Doña Rosa" or "Rossana") , located in the community of Luis Pérez Gil, or Rancho Estancia Vieja of the municipality of Centro, whose municipal center is the town of Villahermosa, in the state of Tabasco.

According to local media, the group of armed men entered the commercial establishment, near the Villahermosa-Reforma highway, and then headed towards a group of people who were drinking beer, sitting at a table. It is presumed that the perpetrators fled in two vehicles with direction toward Chiapas. No one has been identified at this time or motive known.

Warning: Extremely Graphic Images up next:

Sunday, September 15, 2019

Claudia Ochoa "La Emperatriz De Los Ántrax' dead

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat

Prosecutor's Office: Claudia Ochoa Felix died of suffocation from bronchoaspiration 



                      The Kim Kardashian look-alike was 35
Claudia Ochoa Felix was reportedly found dead in a private home of Musala Island in Culiacán.

Official sources confirmed that Claudia Ochoa Félix, who was called “The Empress of Anthrax” has died.

The report of the finding was given at 6:50 p.m. on Saturday in the private Pontevedra, on Musala Island.

On Friday night she attended a popular city center and then at dawn, had retired with her companion to the home where they continued drinking alcohol.

Saturday, September 14, 2019

Otay Mesa: New Cross Border Tunnel Found Near Tijuana BC POE and Airport

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Zeta y Televisa
                          A clandestine tunnel has been found on Mexico-United States border.

Authorities from Tijuana, Baja California, have not yet determined or reported whether this tunnel was used for the transfer of weapons, people or drugs; FGR says the Tunnel in Otay Mesa has all the infrastructure to cross drugs.

Friday, September 13, a search was carried out in the tunnel that was located Thursday on a property  on  Airport Avenue, at the height of the Tampico Ejido, about 60 meters from the US/ Mexico border wall, and although it has not been still identified the use it had, Victorino Porcayo Domínguez, delegate of the Federal Prosecutor of the Republic in Baja California, reported that it has all the infrastructure to cross drugs.

A Boatload of Weed Washes Ashore on an Oceanside, CA Beach

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Fox5 y Google!!
Oceanside, California:  A 26-foot boat abandoned and loaded with bundles of marijuana was found near St. Malo Beach Sunday morning, U.S. Border Patrol agents said. The marijuana on board had an estimated street value of over $4 million.

The boat was discovered around 11:30 a.m. and phoned into the Department of Homeland Security. Witnesses told agents the white vessel came ashore with two passengers who ran along the shoreline.

Once agents responded to the area, the vessel was discovered beached with no sign of the occupants.  Agents discovered several packages of marijuana hidden in the cabin of the boat.

Extrajudicial Executions: Gov of Tamaulipas Asks FBI and Int'l Human Rights Agencies for Support w VIDEO

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Excelsior y Razon
TY Gus!
The governor of Tamaulipas, Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca, asked the State Prosecutor to support the FBI and other international agencies to clarify the alleged extrajudicial execution in Nuevo Laredo

Through his Twitter account, the governor of the state of Tamaulipas, Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca, asked the State Prosecutor to support the FBI and other international agencies to clarify the alleged extrajudicial execution of eight people which are blamed on state police, which occurred on September 5 in Nuevo Laredo.

"My commitment is indeclinable with the law and Human Rights. Since the denunciation of the facts in Nuevo Laredo was released, the State Prosecutor's Office, in exercise of its autonomy, officially opened an investigation folder, ” the governor wrote on the social network.

Los Viagras post message for CJNG


CJNG

Death to that fuck J7 and Presidente Pilas. Just as well other people to finish off all the scums. I have schooling from life. And support from above. 

To finish off the scum they claim to have life’s schooling. Lol. Schooling from life? Kirin, you betrayed those who once lent you a hand so that they wouldn’t kill you on that day were they made an attempt against you. Or did you forget when men from the Ortega mountain came to charge you for the meth that you owed to the Cuahuayana municipality while they went about shooting everywhere? Just look now how well you paid the Auto defensas. Yesterday they gave you a hand. 

Cotija, Michoacán: An open letter to the Mexican government


Video translation is as follows:

I direct this communication to the government. Hey, I have an inhabitant here in Cotija and we live very threatened by organized crime. Trucks pass by every day. We live in fear. A few days ago they killed a cousin of mine. And what did the government do? They just came through, presented themselves and left. That’s justice for the government? Occasionally armed trucks come through. And nothing happens? Everything is fine. They don't grab anyone. 

Friday, September 13, 2019

Murder Mystery Goes On: 2018 Assassination of Journalist Carlos Domínguez Rodriguez

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: El Financiero y Infobae y LaJornada
                    77 year old Carlos Domínguez Rodríguez Stabbed to Death on Jan 13, 2018
Thanks Gus!
Nuevo Laredo, Tamualipas:
Rosa Nohemí 'N', daughter-in-law of the murdered journalist Carlos Domínguez Rodríguez, identified two of the defendants as the material perpetrators of the incident during the oral trial hearing on the case (31/2018).

Rosa Nohemí 'N', also identified the other three defendants as accomplices of the crime perpetrated, when the 77-year-old journalist was traveling in his vehicle and at a traffic light stop was attacked and received 24 stabs by the two subjects.

On January 13, 2018, the day he was murdered, the woman accompanied the communicator, because, she said, that day he had spent a family day and Domínguez had taken his grandchildren to the Museum and the Aquarium of Nuevo Laredo.

Acapulco Gro: Cinematographer Erick Castillo Murdered, Discovery Channel Contributor

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Animal Politico y Daily Mail
"He died at the hands of crime in Acapulco while spending a few days off," said the Mexican Society of Cinematographic Photography Authors after filming a project for the Discovery Channel.

The cinematographer Erick Castillo Sánchez, a Discovery Channel collaborator, was killed Wednesday night in Acapulco, Guerrero, allegedly in an assault attempt.

According to a report by Reforma newspaper , the 46-year-old cinematographer was with his wife on vacation in Acapulco.

CDN getting crushed in violent war against government elements in Nuevo Laredo

Nuevo Laredo, Tampauilipas - Elements from the SSP of the Tamaulipas government and SEDENA repelled two aggressions from CDN / Z. They also managed to stop 2 hit men and kill 3 more during the confrontation. 3 trucks were secured, 2 with Tropa del Infierno insignias, weapons, magazines and ammunition.

The events occurred yesterday afternoon when armed civilians in trucks with Tropa del Infierno insignias attacked two State Police and Mexican Army soldiers. Causing damage to two of the security forces units. 

During the first event, state police located three trucks that circulated in the Hidalgo neighborhood. Upon detection, the occupants attacked the Public Security elements and, in their flight, the crew members of two of the trucks collided with each other and hit a privately owned vehicle. They managed to escape. There were no injuries.

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Thursday, September 12, 2019

CDN warns merchants from taco stands, OXXO's and shopping centers s not to sell to security agents

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat TY Gus!  from Frontera Rojo


Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas September 10.- On Tuesday, a threat addressed to local merchants, issued by the Northeast Cartel, aka CDN,  has been distributed in text messages and through various social media platforms.

CDN is at war against the State Police and the authorities of the entity, this after the security forces in recent days have killed several hit men in various armed clashes registered at the Tamaulipas border, especially in the municipality of Nuevo Laredo.

These messages of threats are reaching food establishments and shopping centers, spreading panic among citizens. The authorities have not issued a response to this situation.

Grupo Sombra: Interrogation and execution of El Narro

Sol Prendido Borderland Beat from VXT



WARNING!  Graphic image at end of video 

Tamiahua, Veracruz - The Grupo Sombra criminal cell continues to cause terror among the Veracruz population by leaving a narco message with a human head on Enrique C. Rébsamen and Pino Suárez streets in the municipality of Tamiahua, Veracruz.

According to videos on social networks, the human head belonged to Fabián Cruz Balderas, aka El Ñarro, who before his tragic end was interrogated and tortured by hit men of the criminal group.

Menchito on Mencho: "He is not my father"

chivis martinez Borderland Beat from infobae


Rubén Oseguera González "El Menchito", son of Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes "El Mencho", head of the Jalisco Cartel New Generation (CJNG) offered the Mexican authorities supposed evidence to prove that he has no blood relationship with the drug trafficker hoping to avoid his extradition to U.S.

Oseguera Cervantes, number 2 of the CJNG, is being held in a maximum security prison in Mexico. A few years ago he was transferred from the Puente Grande, Jalisco prison to CEFERESO de Chiapas and later to the maximum security zone of CEFERESO in Hermosillo, Sonora, fearing an escape.

A collegiate court rejected his request for amparo against extradition, so it is expected that at any time he can be taken to the United States.

Arming the Cartels: The Inside Story of a Texas Gun-Smuggling Ring

El Tacticool for Borderland Beat from Rolling Stone


A
 few years ago, a retired police officer named Mike Fox found himself badly in need of money. The Vietnam veteran, overweight and ailing, was nearly 70 years old, and his wife, Diane, wasn’t much younger, but they had recently taken custody of their grandsons, a pair of rambunctious two-year-old twins. “We found out our daughter was a heroin addict,” Fox says in a tired, raspy voice. He’s seated at his kitchen table in Georgetown, Texas, a middle-class suburb of Austin, holding a mug of coffee in both hands. The end of one finger is missing from a lawn-mower accident. “We had no idea heroin was so bad,” he says. “I’d been a cop, and I couldn’t even spot it in my own kid.” Their adult son had also fallen victim to heroin, and would later commit suicide. “I had cancer on top of that,” Fox says. “Malignant melanoma.” All of this happened after he had to take his only living relative, a sister in Louisiana, off life support. “It was like a soap opera,” says Diane, her eyes filled with tears. The legal and medical bills, plus the expense of raising two toddlers, quickly depleted their savings, which led Fox to look into a certain side business.

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

2 Million US Weapons have Crossed into Mexico in 10 Years

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Televisa y ComunicaCampeche
According to figures from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE) , two million weapons have crossed from the United States to Mexico in 10 years. Check out their reports Here: SRE

To “freeze” the traffic of illegal weapons that arrive from the United States to Mexico, was the request of the Mexican Foreign Minister, Marcelo Ebrard , in his visit to the White House on Tuesday to evaluate the progress in the control of the migratory flow and avoid tariffs.

Thousands of firearms cross the border from north to south every year, a problem to which the Mexican government attributes part of the violence in the country.

Empalme, Sonora: Mexico's Violence Does Not Respect Age

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Infobae y OpinionSonora
                                          
                                           In Mexico, violence does not respect ages. 
A new tragedy against minors was lived in the municipality of Empalme, Sonora  where, violently, an armed command entered a house, took a man and then set the building on fire with four people inside.

Inside the house were children, Dayron, 8 years old and Keyla, 2 , as well as their mother Perla Verónica, 31 and their uncle Christian Abel, 25, all who received second and third degree burns in the attack. The father is the man who was kidnapped.

The events occurred at 6:50 p.m. on Tuesday, in the building located on Boulevard September 16 and Calle 20, in the Libertad sector.

Opinion Sonora is now reporting that little Keyla has been stabilized with 90% burns covering her body, but her big brother Dayron has succumbed to his death in the hospital in Guaymas.

Black Thursday in Sonora: Son of “El Señor de Cielos” Arrested for Feminicide

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Infobae y Televisa
Son of 'The Lord of the Skies', among three men accused of the horrific  feminicide of Amber Dolores, who was asphyxiated, stabbed, raped and partially cremated in Sonora on May 30, which is now remembered as Black Thursday ( Jueves Negro) in the State of Sonora.


Last June, Luis Fernando Carrillo was arrested in a vehicle with theft report and was held in custody for alleged carrying of firearms for the exclusive use of the Army , being linked to prosecution and interned in the Cereso de Hermosillo.

CJNG threatened then attacked regional prosecutor



Tecámac, Estado de México - Joel Sánchez Bravo, regional prosecutor of Tecámac, State of Mexico, was attacked tonight at the restaurant El Retorno, located on the Mexico-Pachuca highway, in Hidalgo.

Next to the official were two more elements of the corporation identified as Erick, who was allegedly his bodyguard and Marco, Jefe de Unidad, both lost their lives during the aggression.

Witnesses to the attack told the police that attended the report, that three armed subjects entered the establishment and fired at the three victims.

Zapopan, Jalisco: 75 bags with human remains so far found


Almost a week after a clandestine grave was located in the La Primavera neighborhood in Zapopan, there are 75 exhumed bags containing human remains, according to the Jalisco State Prosecutor's Office on Monday.

Since the day of its discovery, the site is guarded by National Guard personnel, police officers from different corporations, Civil Protection and Firefighters of Jalisco and experts from the Jalisco Institute of Forensic Sciences.

For the extraction of the bags, which have been found to a depth of 10 meters, heavy machinery has been used.

Cartel del Golfo leave a beheaded individual with a manta

Los Aldamas, Nuevo León - Authorities this morning located human remains in the municipality of Los Aldama.

The finding was reported on the Zaragoza Prolongación street, in the Colonia Estación Aldama. The remains were covered with a military green canvas. A signed narco message was left by a criminal group from another state.

The area was guarded by elements from the Agencia Estatal de Investigaciónes. Who were already investigating the motive of the crime.

Manta reads as follows:
CDG This will happen to the traitors who collaborate with faggots. You cowards can suck our dicks. Sincerely, Cartel Del Golfo Absolute Tamaulipas 

GRAPHIC PHOTOS BELOW NO FURTHER TEXT

Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Silao, Guanajuato: Municipal Police Chief Assassinated

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Informador y Imparcial
The Municipal Police commander of Silao, Guanajuato was killed, the 26th Municipal Police officer to be killed in the State so far this year to date.

Erasmo Fuentes Damián was traveling in a car heading for the command post and when he stopped in the parking lot, armed men shot him dead. Paramedics came to the aid of the victim and confirmed that he was lifeless because of various gun shots.

The commander of the Municipal Police was executed this morning inside his vehicle by two motorcyclists who followed him into the parking lot of the National Peasant Confederation (CNC), located one block from the Central de Autobuses de Silao, in Guanajuato. He was shot through the Jetta's window minutes before 8 am.

"El Jarocho" Tortured, Interrogated, Executed and Hung from Bridge, Tuxpan, Veracruz w Video

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Televisa y Infobae
In Veracruz , on Monday morning a body appeared hanging from a bridge that is located between the community of Santiago de la Peña and the port of Tuxpan. The body had a face covered with a clear plastic sheet.

During the morning a video was broadcast where the victim allegedly appears while being interrogated by a group of organized crime. See Video below, safe to watch.

The alleged hitman of the 35-Z group was tortured, interrogated, executed and hung on a bridge in Tuxpan, Veracruz by four hooded criminals wearing long guns thought to be from Grupo Sombra.

Menchito transferred to Sonora for extradition to U.S.?

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat



Supposedly the transfer of El Mincho’s son “Menchito” is to be short term.  Just as most of you main board commenters suggested, he is being housed for a transfer to the United States, as the extradition request by the United States has been approved.

The Ministry of Security and Citizens Protection (SSPC) informed the Sonora Government that Menchito’s presence was to be short term.  This is according to the public secretary of the state of Sonora.

Mencho leader of CJNG sends video message to the citizens of Tepalcatepec, Michoacan

Sol Prendido Borderland Beat
Open your eyes and realize that he is using you to perform his criminal acts, benefiting from you.

Video translation is as follows:
Good afternoon town of Tepalcatepec. Through this statement we want to clarify on behalf of Mr. Mencho and his cartel which is the CJNG. This fight is not against the citizens of Tepalcatepec. But it is with El Abuelo and his cartel. Open your eyes and realize that he is using you to perform his criminal acts, benefiting from you. Which just makes him look like a Templario or a Viagra. He has already started charging the town's businesses a fee.

Mencho expands his drug empire internationally

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat LaSillaRota  TY Gus

Contrary it what he does in Mexico CJNG chooses to keep a low profile in Europe where its cargoes are rarely detected.

In just a few years CJJNG has had an important expansion in Mexico because of controlling the transfer of  drugs in Jalisco, Colima, Michoacán, Veracruz, Guanajuato, and Mexico City.

However, they are now expanding globally.

According to the DEA CJNG is now operating in the markets of Asia, Europe, and Oceania.

“CJNG is coming one of the most powerful transnational  drug organizations in Mexico and in some cases rivals the Sinaloa Cartel in operations in Asia, Europe and Oceania” states the DEA

Monday, September 9, 2019

"El Mawicho": Jalisco Man Arrested for the Murder of Two Israeli Men in July

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Aristegui y Proceso y Radio Formula
     "El Mawicho" falls, allegedly implicated in the killing of two Israelis in Plaza Artz Pedregal

Mauricio Hiram “N”, "El Mawicho", allegedly involved in the murder of two Israelis in Mexico City, on July 24, was arrested this morning in Zapopan, Jalisco.

Mauricio Hiram "N", aka "El Mawicho", 23 years old with ties to CJNG,  allegedly charged 10,000 Pesos for the murder of  Benjamin Yeshurun ​​Sutchi and Alon Azulay , perpetrated on July 24, in Plaza Arts Pedregal in Mexico City.

Graphic Video: (LNFM) torture, beat and kill 53

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat TY Gus from LaOpinion

In social networks a video circulates where alleged drug traffickers of La Nueva Familia Michocacana (LNFM) torture, beat and allegedly kill and then bury the bodies of 53 people who were kidnapped in the municipality of Coyuca de Catalán, in the state of Guerrero , between 3 and 4 September.

According to complaints circulating in social networks, which so far have not been confirmed by authorities, the victims were taken from their homes located in the communities of: Santa Teresa, Las Cruces, Pineda Tables, Pancira, Florido River, Santo Domingo , Monte Grande, El Naranjo, Zirandaranguio, El Jabalí, El Embarcadero, Las Cienegas, Taretaro and El Coyol.

Creel: The First Massacre In Mexico's War On Drugs: 2008

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NOTE:  Reading Yaqui's amazing post on  Mirosalva Breach , reminded me of when I landed in Mexico and was told about the Creel Massacre Yaqui mentions it in her post.  See a post about the massacre below.  Yaqui's post is a MUST READ, she worked on it for days wading through the research.  Please give it a go.....Chivis


Young people were participating in a barefoot family race in Creel, one carrying his baby in his arms, when a group of unidentified assailants opened fire.

It marked ten years ago on August 16, 2018, when an armed group entered a small town in the northern Mexican state of Chihuahua and opened fire, killing 12 young people and a baby. The tragedy marked the first civilian massacre in Mexico's so-called war on drugs, but there's no end in sight.

Sunday, September 8, 2019

Miroslava Breach: The Journalist Who Would Not Be Silenced

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Zeta
Miroslava: The journalist who could not be an accomplice of silence
Thanks Neal !
Readers, Prepare for a long Sunday read !
Before the murder, a gray Malibu car prowled the José María Mata street of the Granjas neighborhood in Ciudad Chihuahua. The security cameras installed on the street captured him six times between 21 and 22 March 2017 when he passed the two-story house marked for crime: it was the number 1609, with brown bars and a small garden in the porch. It was the house where on the 23rd in the morning the journalist Miroslava Breach Velducea was surprised and riddled with bullets on board her car, while she waited for her son to take him to school.

One of the sisters of the journalist remembers that on the afternoon of Monday, March 20, while unloading plants they had just bought out of the trunk of Miroslava's car, her gaze met that of a man walking on the sidewalk. She felt chills. When she learned of the murder, she understood that her younger sister was under surveillance.

Eduardo Neri Guerrero: Brother-in-law of current mayor is kidnapped on video by state police

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat TY BB follower from Uno Noticias Guerrero and Proceso

Special forces of Hector Astudillo Flores accused of narco links in Guerrero

 CHILPANCINGO, Gro. (apro) .-  The town of Eduardo Neri's PRD mayor,  Pablo Higuera, brother in law of  Abel Lucena, accused state police of raiding a home and abducting Lucena in the town of Zumpango, in the Central region of the entity.

In response, the head of the State Public Security Secretariat (SSP), David Portillo Menchaca, who was asked to file the formal complaint with ministerial authorities, and announced that the Internal Comptroller's Office has already opened an investigation against the uniformed parties involved in the incident.

The dawn of August 31, through the Special Forces Unit (UFE), the SSP conducted an operation in the town of Zumpango, located 10 kilometers from the capital, without so far the authorities have reported on that event.