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Monday, September 30, 2019

Cartel del Golfo Threatens Tamaulipas Governor: "We Gave You Millions of Pesos"

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Infobae y LaVerdad
The harsh accusation of the  Cartel del Golfo to the Governor of Tamaulipas: “We gave you millions of pesos”. With narcomantas, the criminal organization accused Francisco Javier García Cabeza de Vaca has breached his word of allowing them to operate and stop their rivals from competing for the plaza.

This weekend several blankets appeared in different areas of the city of Reynosa, Tamaulipas, allegedly signed by the Cartel del Golfo, with threats against Governor Francisco Javier García Cabeza de Vaca and his brother, Senator Ismael García Cabeza de Vaca.

The governor's campaign was allegedly funded by the Gulf Cartel in exchange for having control of Tamaulipas Plaza  and preventing the CJNG from arriving; now they call him a traitor.

Hilario Sierra: Murderer Wanted in the US since 1998 Arrested in Ensenada, BC

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Zeta y LAPD y mvsnot
Elements of the Attorney General's Office (FGR) complied in Ensenada with the order of formal detention for the purpose of international extradition issued against a man wanted by authorities of the United States of America.

Hilario Sierra has been wanted by authorities in Los Angeles, California since 1998, when he was found to be primarily responsible for the commission of the crime of kidnapping to commit a robbery of a car with violence, as well as homicide. At that time, the Los Angeles Police Department warned that it was likely that Sierra, a member of the “WSK” gang, had escaped to Mexico to evade justice.

2 Cancun Police Officers Attacked, 1 Dead, 1 Wounded 1MPD Reward Offered

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Excelsior y ElDiario
             Authorities offer 1 MDP for those responsible for attack against police in Cancun, QRoo

Just one week after an inspector of the State Police was executed in Cancun after being kidnapped and tortured, two motor- cycle policemen were shot yesterday morning and one apparently died.

According to preliminary reports, three subjects attacked the municipal police of Benito Juárez, killing one and leaving another badly injured.

CDS Leader “El Borrego” Executed in Valle de Juarez, Reprisals from "La Linea" Expected

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Hitmen entered a mechanical workshop located in the Waterfill area, near the Zaragoza bridge, to execute a man. That man was Orlando Marín Delgado, "El Borrego" 22,  the target of the armed men, who arrived at the Multi Services Palmas workshop, located on Nardos Street, and shot him in the head, a Municipal Police agent reported.

The man who was executed in a workshop on Waterfill Avenue was wanted by the authorities, for being one of the generators of violence in the Juarez Valley and had disputes with "La Linea" for the plaza. Marín Delgado was wanted by the authorities of the three levels of government since 2016 and worked for Gabino Salas Valenciano.

Sunday, September 29, 2019

Sinaloa Cartel says they are responsible for killing Colombian politician

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat TY Gus from source

The Sinaloa cartel has allegedly claimed responsibility for the killing of Colombian regional election candidate Karina Garcia this month, as reported by Pulzo.

A car carrying Karina Garcia, a Liberal Party candidate in the municipality of Suarez in Cauca Province, the politician's mother, three local activists, and a candidate for the municipal council, was reportedly shot at on 2 September while it was driving on a highway in the mountainous region, before being set on fire.

Colombian authorities have previously alleged that the killing was carried out by the leader of the dissident FARC group, which has been increasingly active in the area.

Federal Court orders review for possible "over serving sentence" imposed on Miguel Ángel Félix

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat TY Gus from RioDoce

A federal court ordered a judge to investigate whether Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo is serving a greater sentence than he was given....

A federal court ordered a judge in Jalisco to determine whether Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo "El Jefe de Jefes", former leader of the Guadalajara cartel, must serve his entire sentence of 37 years in prison.

The Second Collegiate Court in Criminal Matters of the First Circuit indicated that the Fourth District Judge of Amparo in Criminal Matters in Jalisco should study the amparo promoted by the defense of Félix Gallardo, which alleges that the drug trafficker could serve more time incarcerated than the sentence for which he was convicted.

7 Charged in Connection With LA-Based Drug Trafficking Ring That Used BMW 'Trap Cars' to Distribute Drugs

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat TY Gus from NBCLA

In the Thursday, Sept. 26, 2019, take down, law enforcement seized 44.1 pounds of cocaine, multiple firearms, three trap cars and equipment for making butane honey oil, which contains a much higher percentage of THC than found in traditional marijuana products, prosecutors said.

Authorities are continuing to search for defendants Milton Ponce, 31, of Paramount, and Jonathan "Thiago" Ortiz, 30, of Downey, who are believed to be fugitives, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.

In the take down, law enforcement seized 44.1 pounds of cocaine, multiple firearms, three trap cars and equipment for making butane honey oil, which contains a much higher percentage of THC than found in traditional marijuana products, prosecutors said.

Villegas and Moreno, the operation's alleged ringleaders, obtained kilogram quantities of heroin and cocaine from Mexico for U.S. customers, according to the indictment.

Saturday, September 28, 2019

Isla Cozumel: Huge Ball / Haul of Cocaine Found Underwater

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: RivieraMayaNoticias y Quintafrza
                                       A new way to stash cocaine discovered: Underwater
A large network of cocaine was discovered by elements of the Mexican Navy while walking along the eastern coast of the island of Cozumel.

During a routine tour, navy personnel noticed a buoy with a beacon tied to it a few meters from shore in the beach area of Punta Chiqueros. Noting how unusual a beacon was for that area, the navy called in divers who were sent out to investigate. It was an active buoy with geolocation; which the authorities noticed on the eastern part of the island.

When divers reached the underwater site, they found a large submerged net with numerous packages wrapped inside. The entire network was weighed down by a wood structure. Once brought to land, the inspected packages turned out to be cocaine. Several other loose packages were said discovered a few meters from the main site.

Austria: Cell linked to the Sinaloa Cartel dismantled

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat TY Gus from El Debate

An Austrian cell dedicated to drug trafficking on the "Deep Web" and with alleged links Vienna .- The Austrian authorities dismantled a drug sales network allegedly linked to a criminal group in Sinaloa and operating on the "Deep Web", said the Police of that country.

Nine people from Austria, Germany, Serbia and the Philippines have been arrested during an operation in which a total of 6.43 kilos of methamphetamine and heroin have been seized, with a street sale value of several hundred thousand dollars. with a criminal group from Sinaloa dismantled.

The investigation began after the Police detected that an Austrian citizen frequently received packages with heroin from Holland and with methamphetamine from Mexico.

The detainees are suspected of having acquired the drug on the "Deep Web", where they paid for the transactions using cryptocurrencies.

El Licenciado Gallo, a member of Los Viagras, among those killed in Uruapan Bar and Grill attack

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El Licenciado Gallo is the brother-in-law of federal deputy Francisco Javier Huacus Esquivel

Uruapan, Michoacán.- Among those killed during the attack at the California Grill bar in Uruapan, is Fernando A. who is the brother-in-law of federal deputy Francisco Javier Huacus Esquivel, who is also identified as “El Licenciado”, who is presumed to be related to the Sierra Santana family, which leads the Cartel de Los Viagras.

It is presumed that Mr. Gallo would be involved with Commander Félix Hernández, “El Chilito Filleno”, an element of the State Attorney General's Office (FGE), so it would be an alleged liaison of the Los Viagras Cartel with state authorities.

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Cuernavaca: "El Javi" of CDS Shot Dead at Point Blank Range in Commercial Center

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Excelsior y El Sol y Trib
A man was executed inside the "Plaza Bugambilia" in the city of Cuernavaca in the state of Morelos.

The man who was killed in a square in Cuernavaca, was identified by the Prosecutor's Office as an operator of the Sinaloa Cartel. The FGE reported that the deceased was recognized as Orlando Sánchez Calderón, 'El Javi' , one of the main operators of Dámaso López Núñez , 'El Licenciado'.

'El Javi', was mentioned by López Núñez in the trial against Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán in New York, United States. According to the boss, he was one of his trusted men and was in charge of co-opting the authorities.

Sedena Busts 150 Kilos of Crystal Meth and 1950 Fentanyl Pills

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: y VrczNot
The Mexican Army secures 150 kilograms of methamphetamine and more than 1,950 pills of Fentanyl in San Luis Río Colorado, Sonora. Elements of the Mexican Army conducted a drug confiscation in the state of Sonora.

Lomas de Sotelo, Mexico City, on September 27, 2019: The Ministry of National Defense reports that on September 26, 2019, within the framework of the “National Peace and Security Plan 2018-2024”, elements of the The Mexican Army carried out drug confiscation in the state of Sonora.

Arsenal seized and CJNG members arrested in Zapopan, Jalisco

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat TY Gus from Aristegui Noticias  and FGRand Char 

Federal forces during a search secured an arsenal of 22 long and six short weapons, 70 loaders, two grenade launchers, a cannon tube, 41 grenade launchers, four grenade launchers, eight grenades and various parts of weapon mechanisms, in Zapopan, Jalisco.

Friday, September 27, 2019

El Rosario, BC: 780 Kilos of Drugs in Jumex Juice Cans

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Zeta
A shipment of 780 kilograms of crystal meth, heroin, opium gum, fentanyl in pills and powder, cocaine and clonazepam tablets, hidden in 4,800 cans of “Jumex” brand juice, was discovered by soldiers at the El Rosario military revision checkpoint, in the south of the municipality of Ensenada.

Within the 4,800 cans of juice were found various synthetic drugs such as crystal, heroin, opium gum, fentanyl in pills and powder, cocaine and clonazepam tablets.

"El Bananas" , CAF Operator Killed in TJ after Night of Partying at the Grand Hotel

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Zeta
                                         Ronaldo Alexis Huerta Nuño "El Bananas", CAF 

Last Friday, September 20, there were bullets on the 1st floor of parking lots (E1) of the Grand Hotel Tijuana.  Pablo Edwin Huerta Nuño aka “El Flaquito”, 27 years old and considered by the authorities as one of the most threatening criminals among drug trafficking operators in the Baja California Coast Zone, fled on foot from the scene where his brother  ( although investigators place him as his nephew) Ronaldo Alexis Huerta Nuño "El Bananas" was shot dead.  All Security Camera Photos 

Outside "El Flaquitas" was picked him up in a gold car - apparently a Volkswagen Jetta - and took him out of the area before the police arrived. 

Los Metros: M300 leaves a manta for Los Escorpiones

Reynosa, Tampauilpias - Today the body of a man with head wounds was located. And a message addressed to Los Scorpiones was found.

Said message signed by El M300 and the body were found in Colonia Vamos Tamaulipas, Brecha E99 along the bank of the canal.

Unofficially it is said that the victim is identified as José María Garza "N", who apparently resides in the city of Galveston, Texas.

Manta reads as follows:
This will be the fate of all the bodyguards from Los Escorpiones.

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Celaya Guanajuato: Ford Dealership Attacked with Gunfire Closes

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Excelsior y PeriodoCorreo
An armed group fired high-powered weapons at a Ford car dealership in the city of Celaya, Guanajuato. Although there were no injuries reported, the damages are substantial and above all, they increased the climate of terror suffered by the capital of Guanajuato. The US automobile agency, Ford Montes, is located on Adolfo López Mateos Boulevard.

Supposedly around one o'clock am, armed men arrived in three vans, descended from the units and opened fire with their weapons. Despite the fact that the company's management called 911, Celaya municipal police showed up until 8:30 am, that is, almost eight hours later.

Pedro Flores says government reneged on sentence reduction promise in exchange for El Chapo testimony

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“It is not surprising that the government makes informal promises to its witnesses and does not disclose these promises to the defense.  The justice system is corrupt enough when criminals like Pedro Flores get such low sentences in exchange for their testimony.  These side deal just make it worse." Eduardo Balarezo attorney.

Pedro Flores, twin brother of Margarito Flores, who together have made deals with the government for sentence leniency in exchange for testimony in high profile drug trafficking cases, says the government has reneged on a promise of further sentence reduction in exchange for testimony in the el Chapo case.

Pedro has filed with the court a pleading in which he says the government promised relief in exchanged for his testimony in the trial of El Chapo.  

Chapo was sentenced to life without plus 30 years and is incarcerated in Florence Colorado Supermax.

El Brackets: With an app his enemies wage psychological warfare against him

Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas - Omar Basurto aka El Brackets is a minor who belongs to the armed wing of the Cartel del Noreste, CDN, known as Tropa del Infierno.

El Brackets shared photographs on social networks where he appears carrying weapons of heavy caliber, communication equipment, kevlar helmets and cloned uniforms of the Mexican Army.

Through Twitter there emerged new images of the boy sicario from the Cartel del Noreste in which he appears with painted lips and emojis that profess to ridicule him.

Thursday, September 26, 2019

US Sentences Former Nayarit State Attorney General to 20 Years Plus $1,00,000 Fine

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: El Financiero y UnoTv
           US court sentences Edgar Veytia, former Nayarit prosecutor, to 20 years in prison
The Brooklyn Federal Court declared this conviction for the alleged involvement of the former official in a drug trafficking case.

The US authorities allege that a violent drug cartel that trafficked cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine to the United States bribed the official from 2013 until he was arrested in 2017.

Edgar Veytia , a former Nayarit prosecutor , was sentenced by New York judge Carol Bagley  to serve a 20-year prison sentence , as well as to pay one million dollars ($1,00,000) after pleading guilty to being a drug trafficking participant. He pled guilty to participating in an international conspiracy to distribute cocaine, methamphetamine and marijuana in exchange for receiving large bribes.

"Operation Backpack": Feds Takedown Sinaloa Cartel Network in SoCal

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: SDUT and USDOJ

A year-long investigation led to 85 people being charged with narcotics and money laundering, by federal law enforcement authorities.

Federal authorities in San Diego said Thursday they had broken up a large network of drug dealers linked to the Sinaloa cartel that peddled methamphetamine, heroin and fentanyl from East County to points across the nation.

At a news conference at the local office of the Drug Enforcement Administration, officials said 85 people had been indicted for their roles in eight separate drug importation and distribution groups. On Thursday federal and local law enforcement fanned out and arrested 47 of the 85 defendants across southern California and reaching into Colorado and as far north as Alaska.

Armed group announce a purge for Estado de México

A new armed group under the command of Comandante R-10 announced a purge of kidnappers and extortionists in the State of Mexico

A video circulates through social networks where a group of hooded and heavily armed men appear, commanded by a subject identified as Comandante 10, who announces an alleged purge of kidnappers, extortionists and thieves in the State of Mexico.

Donkey Rescued from Crackhouse !

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Unimexicali y BajaPost
This will not be an important story to many, but to what lengths do crack heads go and why ?? Thank goodness a good soul made the call !

A call was received to the Forest and Zoo Department of Mexicali, where the staff was asked to rescue of a donkey that was locked in an abandoned house in the Portales neighborhood, inside a property which was allegedly used by drug addicts as a crack house.

Upon arriving at the scene the forest staff realized that the animal was in very bad health conditions.
Animal or Donkey lovers beware of photo on Next Page:

Mexican Drug Lord Arrested at Colombia's Int'l Antioqui Airport

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: YucatánTimes
A Mexican man identified as E. Hurtado Ramírez, wanted by the Interpol for cocaine trafficking and money laundering, was arrested at Colombia’s International Antioquia Airport on Friday. According to Colombian authorities, the man will be extradited to the U.S.

Authorities said the man “was arrested when he tried to board a commercial flight to Mexico City” and added that “Hurtado Ramírez entered (Colombia) on September 18, taking advantage of the fact that there were no arrest warrants issued against him. Nevertheless, the statements made while he entered the country raises suspicion among the migration authorities,” who decided to get in touch with the Interpol and “monitored his activities” in Colombia.

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Mexican Children at Greater Risk than War Zones

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Infobae
Children in Mexico are at greater risk of violent death than in countries at war like Palestine or Syria
In Mexico, four children die every day due to violence. The Save the Children organization launched a campaign to try to reverse the situation.

Mexico is not a safe place for children. Every day, girls, boys and adolescents are victims of murders, lost bullets and kidnappings. The risk of an infant being killed in Mexico is much greater than in countries where there is an armed conflict, such as Palestine or Syria .

Save the Children, an international non-governmental organization that aims to work for the rights of children, revealed that four children die every day in Mexico because of violence.

"La Bacteria", Another Underage Halcón who Belongs to Cartel del Noreste

As well as "El Brackets" , the minor allegedly belongs to the criminal organization that operates in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas.

Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas - As well as Juanito Pistolas, the sicario who died at the end of August during a confrontation where other members of the Cartel del Noreste (CDN) died, another small halcón emerged, nicknamed La Bacteria.

Recently, the reasons why cartels, such as the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generación (CJNG), seek minors to integrate their ranks. One of them is that they are employed by halcones; that is, to monitor, care for and give breaths of information.

A Halcon Falls Asleep on his Watch

Sol Prendido for Borderland Beat from: Twitter

A new video has just surfaced of a halcón who fell asleep on his watch. It’s being speculated online that this is somewhere in Sinaloa. Video Translation Next Page:

US Coast Guard Busts Another Narco Sub with 12,000 Pounds of Cocaine

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Business Insider
By: Christopher Woody, Thanks again, Mike Vigil 
US Coast Guard cutter intercepted a "narco sub" carrying 12,000 pounds of cocaine in the Pacific Ocean this month.

"Narco subs" have become increasingly popular with smugglers, as they can carry huge drug loads and are hard to detect. Also: Colombia's cocaine production is at an all-time high, and the country's navy keeps catching 'narco subs'.

Coast Guard crew members aboard the cutter Valiant intercepted a self-propelled semi-submersible carrying 12,000 pounds of cocaine in the eastern Pacific Ocean this month, arresting four suspected smugglers in the process.

2 VIDEOS: CJNG Kidnaps Police Inspector "Archi", Records Video before Decapitating Him

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                     "I am here for having arrested people from the Jalisco Cartel," says "Archi"

Cartel Jalisco kidnaps Quintana Roo police inspector, forces him to record video and then decapitates him. "I am here for having arrested people from the Jalisco Cartel," was part of what he said in a message apparently dictated by those who murdered him.

Alleged members of the Jalisco Nueva Generación Cartel (CJNG) kidnapped the inspector of the State Police of Quintana Roo last week and forced him to record a video and then killed him.

Commander José Antonio "Archi" Yama was kidnapped on September 19 when he was going to his home after concluding his working day in Playa del Carmen , municipality where since last June he operates in the role of Single Police Command, after the  Ministry of Public Security State took by decree the control of the Municipal Police. VIDEO next page......NO graphic images

Tuesday, September 24, 2019

"Doctor Wagner" Detained in Rome, Important Member of Sinaloa Cartel

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Milenio  y DW TYou Gus!

According to Italian media, the detainee is known as "Doctor Wagner" , he is one of the most important managers of cocaine trafficking from Mexico to the United States and an important member of the Sinaloa cartel, directed by Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán Loera , currently imprisoned in the United States.

The Mexican Ramón Cristóbal Santoyo , 43, was arrested at the Fiumicino airport in Rome, Italy when he was boarding a plane to Paris, although he had a search and capture order issued by the United States authorities and Interpol for drug trafficking crimes. He was arrested by Italian Border Police.

Son of "El Carrete" Detained, Leader of "Los Rojos" in Morelos

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Unotv y El Sol
The Secretary of Government and the Prosecutor's Office of Morelos,  Pablo Ojeda Cárdenas, announced this morning the arrest of Alexis Oswaldo "N", son of Santiago Mazari Miranda  aka "El Carrete" leader of the criminal group "Los Rojos". 

Alexis Oswald replaced his father and according to the authorities became the new  leader of the criminal group known as "Los Rojos" , after the arrest of his father, in the organization that operates in Morelos, Guerrero and part of the State of Mexico.

“The detention was carried out on Monday, September 23, thanks to the collaboration between authorities that make up the State Coordination Table for the Construction of Peace,” Prosecutor of Morelos.

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More Santa Rosa de Lima: Band of 8 Extortionists Arrested Plus Reprisal Attacks

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: SoyBarrio y LSR
On September 13, the State Attorney General's Office reported the arrest of eight men, who allegedly engaged in "charging piso" to merchants from various Celaya colonias.

The Prosecutor's Office informed through a bulletin that Arnulfo "N", Martín "N", Arnulfo "N", Juan "N", Isaí "N", Gerardo "N", Juan "N" and Leonel "N", they dedicated themselves to extortion and even pointed out that two of the detainees were municipal employees of the Ministry of Public Security of Celaya.

According to sources inside the Federal Police, this detention directly impacted the Santa Rosa de Lima Cartel, as the direct link with these activities was due to the financing capacity.

"El Checheno" Arrested After 8 Police Elements Murdered in Less than a Week in GTO

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: El Sol y LSR
Guanajuato, Gto: The arrest of "El Checheno" , an alleged operational leader of the Santa Rosa de Lima cartel , is the reason why the criminal organization executed eight police officers in the Laja-Bajío area of the state in less than a week.

Municipal Police Commander Murdered in Celaya, Guanajuato

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: El Sol
CELAYA, Gto; On Monday morning, a commander of the Municipal Police Directorate was shot dead while driving in his private vehicle on Technological Avenue from south to north.

The element was driving a black and orange Ford Ranger truck, and at the height of Salvador Ortega was intercepted by armed men who opened fire on him. The bullets shattered the glass on the left side of the vehicle and hit the commander, Sergio Morales Casas, who had 25 years of service in the department.

Murderer of Award Winning Photographer Indicted in Guerrero, He Belonged to a Gang of Car Thieves

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Sin Embargo y El Sol

Erick Castillo Sánchez, a Discovery collaborator , was a lover of dogs, music, movies and reading. On September 11, in the state of Guerrero, he was attacked and killed.

The Guerrero Prosecutor confirmed that his killer belongs to a band of roba-coches , ie car thieves, that operates in the Diamond Zone of Acapulco.

The State Attorney General, Jorge Zuriel de los Santos Barrila, confirmed the arrest of Miguel Ángel "N" as likely responsible for the murder of international photographer Erik Alejandro "N" , which occurred on September 11 in the parking lot from an Oxxo convenience store in the area of ​​La Bonfil in Acapulco.

In a press conference, De Los Santos Barrila said that the alleged murderer was arrested in an operation in the Las Torres neighborhood, in the municipality of Chilpancingo, where he met with ministerial police, who eventually captured him.

Monday, September 23, 2019

Feminicide: “El Pozole” of La Union Tepito Murdered

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Infobae y LaRazon
                                "El Pozoles", alleged member of La Unión Tepito, Executed

The victim was identified as an uncle of Brayan Mauricio, also nicknamed “El Pozoles”, who is imprisoned for the murder of Venezuelan escort Kenny Mireya Finol.

This weekend there was an execution in the Historic Center of Mexico City. The victim was identified as José Manuel González Hernández, alias "El Pozoles", alleged member of La Unión Tepito.

According to witnesses, the events were recorded around 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 21 on the street of Jesús María, when a couple of men aboard two motorcycles fired at José Manuel González.

Video: Joker Style CJNG Sicarios Patrolling in Santa Rosalia de Camargo, Tampaulipas

A video of some alleged members of the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generación (CJNG), led by Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes aka “El Mencho”, which shows the men of the criminal organization near the municipality of Camargo, in the state of Tamaulipas, a few miles from the border with the United States.

In the video you can see four armed sicarios, ie hitmen, from the Michoacan drug traffickers organization . And one individual wearing a sombrero with the words "Long Live Mexico" in Spanish, ie Viva Mexico. VIDEO Next Page :

Grupo Pantera from CJNG Announce their Arrival with Message for "El Marro"

Video translation is as follows on Next Page:

Sunday, September 22, 2019

War for the Plaza Baja Ca: Los Salazares After the Death of “El Vaquero”

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Zeta
Zeta Investigations:
The Sinaloa Cartel cell war that prevails over the power of the drug route that encompasses the municipality of San Luis Río Colorado, Sonora and the Mexicali Valley, has intensified violence in recent months. On the night of September 7, heavily armed gunmen shot down Julio Cesar García Aguilar, “El Vaquero”, and linked a chain of murders of traffickers operating for Ismael “Mayo” Zambada García. 

The main line of investigation indicates that Crispín Salazar Zamorano, who heads a criminal cell in Sonora, is allegedly responsible.

VIDEO: Uruapan, Michoacán: Sicarios Open Fire in California Grill Bar

Sicarios stormed into the California Grill bar, and four people were killed, which has caused a strong mobilization on Latinoamericana avenue, in La Magdalena neighborhood.

The events were recorded today, when patrons of the club alerted the municipal police to an attack.

Immediately, the police moved to the scene and observed several wounded, so they requested the support of paramedics. When the first responders arrived and tried to help the victims, they confirmed the death of four people and one injured woman who was taken to a hospital for medical attention.

VIDEO Below: Graphic Images but watchable

CJNG Leave Human Remains and Mantas on the Streets of Morelia, Michoacán

Morelia, Michoacan -  Several plastic bags were located with human remains lying in the streets of the Trincheras de Morelos neighborhood, south of the city.

The events were recorded today, neighbors alerted the police that on José María Munguía Street, corner of Brazil, several subjects had abandoned six black plastic bags, with human remains. A man's head and two mantas with a narco message to an authority of the prosecutor, who goes by the nickname Chile Rellenos.

"El Vaquero" Shot Dead in Colonias Nuevos, Mexicali BC

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Zeta

This News is from Friday, Sept 6th, It is a tease for a longer Zeta Investigations piece I have coming up........stay tuned.

Julio César Aguilar García, aka "El Vaquero", is one of the two fatal victims of the shooting on Friday outside the pantheon of the Colonias Nuevas settlement in the Mexicali valley.

Well-known operator of the SInaloa cartel, in the municipality of San Luis Río Colorado, Sonora and the rural area of ​​Mexicali, linked to Ismael Zambada García “El Mayo”, had regained his freedom and today he was killed along with one of his name collaborators Rodolfo Antonio Galindo, aka "El Chupacabras."

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
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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.