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.

"After we gave you 10 million for the campaign of your brother Ismael García Cabeza de Vaca and 5 million for yours now you go out doing crap," is written on one of the blankets.

According to the information that has been released so far, narcomantas were found during the early hours of Saturday in busy areas of the municipality of Reynosa, so there was an intense mobilization of police elements to remove them and make them available to the State Attorney General's Office to carry out the corresponding investigations.


According to the photographs disseminated by local media, the governor and his brother are accused in the blankets of having received more than 15 Million Pesos to carry out their political campaigns, under the promise of allowing them to operate and detain members of cartels opposed to the Cartel del Golf.

The messages also accuse the governor of having breached his word, since at the end of April 2017, when federal elements killed a member of the Cartel del Golfo identified as Juan Manuel Loza Salinas, aka “El Toro” .

"Through "Commander Toro" they received millions of dollars and then they murdered him (El Toro) the filthy bastards they are and they let us get attacked by the group of criminals of "CAIET" but we will see each other soon, we do not forget anything ..... ".

On another of the blankets, the Cartel set a period of five days for the governor to remove the criminal investigation police or otherwise they, the police , ie, will be attacked.

After the canvases were found, there was an intense mobilization of police elements to remove them and make them available to the State Attorney General's Office.

Local media point out that it is not the first time that such threats appear against the governor and his brother, however, the authorities have not given an official position on the messages.

27 comments:

  1. If your name were Cabeza de Vaca, wouldn't you change it to something less ranchera like Cabeza de Tigre?

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    1. This is the best thing i have read all morning......haha

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  2. The only thing on the governor's mind is the millions he made off the cartel and the comfy pension he's going to get from the government after he finishes his term. He's going to retire somewhere in the east Coast of USA with his family. The cartel is out millions and their leaders rotting away in a cemetery or prison cell. The politician always wins.

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    1. Until the DEA gets a hold of him for his bullshit. They’ll squeeze him, get the next cartel, and then they’ll leave him with a target on his head when they’re done.

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  3. This is either a true or false statement. Take your pick, you have a 50/50 chance to get it right. We either paid you, or you did not take our money. My vote - corruption either for Golfos or CJNG, but maybe both. Corruption runs deep and wide.

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  4. 15 million total in PESOS for two campaigns? Either CDG is broke or this is BS. You cannot buy a whole state for 15 million pesos, this is ridiculous.

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    1. It was American dollars according to other sources

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    2. They gave money like many others, just a little bit than average businesses.

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    3. It was likely just 15Mn pesos from El M42's pocket alone, as he is the primary reference. He was the head of CDG in Reynosa at the time, leading the Metros faction which also controlled Frontera Chica.

      Other CDG contributors to those campaigns would have been pooled from other notable commanders in other important plazas. Such as the Rojos in Tampico, Ciclones in Matamoros, etc.

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  5. 4 letters pay better

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  6. Cabeza de vaca is gonna end up like Hernandez and Yarrington just wait

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  7. Those this governor have a lot of security ? I don't understand with all the power this cartels have wouldn't it be easy for him to get killed or do they live in a fortified Bunker just asking because it's seems very rare

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    1. No but cartels have no balls so they go after civilians.

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  8. My understanding Amlo speech, he does not want any more Americans in Mexico

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  9. The problem for anyone dealing with cartel people is they think like prison gangs do - that they make the rules and can change them anytime.

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  10. This is a political hit job orchestrated by AMLO himself and the "human rights" group (who supports zetas) to eliminate his rivals in the PAN party. He's trying to remove governors from tamps and guanajuato for their alleged inaction in security in those states yet saying or doing nothing about insecurity in states controlled by Moreno government.
    Mn

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    1. But..Amlo and Cabeza de Vaca had there arms wrapped around each a few weeks ago like best of friends. I am sure I saw it in the newspaper. What went wrong?

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    2. He killed the Governor of Puebla. He will get rid of all Pan Government

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    3. You are so funny, you made me laughing a lot.

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  11. Looks like the Governor is about to reap what he sowed.

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  12. Curuption revealed at it's finest. When a political member wants someone murdered, they have thier local cartel do it. No wonder reporters get killed alot.

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  13. Those guys get filthy rich and usually never seem to get prison sentences like the guy from nayarit

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  14. He's an American informant. How else would a convicted felon be allowed in the United states?

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  15. Where's the receipt!

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  16. $15,000,000 pesos is only $800,000 us dollars.
    Cant buy shit with that in mexico. I call bullshit.

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