Thursday, September 12, 2019

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.

The recording begins with a warning from Grupo Sombra: “We introduce you to this scum," the aggressors say.

"My name is Fabián Cruz Balderas, they call me" El Ñarro ", I work for Lupe," La Pola ", from the Gulf Cartel. He is the one who supplies me," says the victim in the video.

El Ñarro is known in Tamiahua for his illegal business on drug trafficking and cattle theft, in addition to working for the Gulf Cartel.

At house number 18, on Miguel Hidalgo Street, in Tamiahua, Veracruz, a green manta and a drum of approximately 20 liters was found, which surprised the locals.

Curious at the scene, some who passed through the area stopped to read what would be a narco message from Grupo Sombra. Interrogator and sicarios in video said the following: This is so that you realize, just because you can’t see us doesn’t means we’re not here. This plaza already has an owner. Special Forces , and the men shout in unison: Grupo Sombra!

Inside the container was something even more macabre. A human head was inside, so people alerted the police, who cordoned off the area. The human head was taken to the Forensic Medical Services for analysis. The whereabouts of the body are unknown.

A few days ago, sicarios from Grupo Sombra  displayed their power in a video, in which they celebrate the capture of a criminal from the 35-Z group.

The victim was Facundo Ortigoza, aka El Jarocho, who before being executed and hanged from a bridge, was interrogated by four heavily armed drug traffickers.

The head of the sicario from the Gulf Cartel was abandoned inside a 20 liters drum.

Manta reads as follows: 
Here you have Narro, the Tamiahua terror. All the gang of assholes need to fall into formation. Otherwise, this will be the fate of all the chapulines, extortionists, cattle thieves and the rest. 
F.E.G.S. (Fuerzas Especiales Grupo Sombra)

36 comments:

  1. He works for CDG but is executed by a group that is from CDG? Shits confusing.

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    1. Just like when macho prieto was executing members of his own group, why mayo put the green light on him

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    2. There is like 8 factions from cdg, 8 mini cdg cells.. maybe more

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  2. What i thought fegs worked for cdg?!?

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  3. What do the coppers charge to arrest an enemy of a cartel and hand him over to be tortured and killed? Obviously, it depends on the importance but quanto cuesta.

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    1. In Veracruz it is the coppers of Arturo Bermudez ZURITA, secretary of public security in the state of Veracruz for javier "La Marrana Duarte de Ochoa, but involved in crimes against the people of Veracruz since Fidel Herrera Beltran alias Z1 was governor.
      Bermudez Zurita has been released so he can be able to mount a defense against accusations of his crimes while free. No wonder crimes like he does keep occurring, same shit happening in Sonora where Guillermo Padres keeps trying to corral all his sheep in his Feudal Narco-Barony while on bail for federal charges.

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  4. Grupo sombra n cdg are one...wonder who's trying to heat up the plaza

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  5. Ya parecen banda de música
    Fuerzas especiales y luego todos gritan grupo sombra jajajaja jajajaja

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  6. All this cartels are trash. They don't have balls to fight one and one. Like the old days.

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    1. What old days?? Lmao they've always attacked like animals only difference is now they are idiots about it.

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  7. well thats thats interesting, ai read an article here a few days ago where it says that Grupo Sombra was made by members of CDG and here their victim is from CDG, did they go independent???

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    1. CDG is regularly swept by vicious infighting. Unfortunately for them they lack a single unified leadership. I believe Alfredo Cardenas was seeking to unify CDG as it was under Osiel's leadership, but he is in prison now and that has caused a fracture among his 'home group' of Los Ciclones in Matamoros.

      Los Metros faction of the CDG in Reynosa are perhaps the best known for their infighting though.

      They are constantly fighting each other, and I really do mean constantly - in addition to warring with other CDG factions. (Ciclones & Escorpiones most notably.)

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    2. CDG is not a singular entity, there are numerous factions that are not all allied.

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    3. There are different factions of CdG and they are at war with each other as much as they are against Z and CDN, CJNG amongst others.

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    4. There is the politics of divide to conquer straight from the governor's mansions, Tejas born traitor Francisco Javier cabeza de cagadas de vacas (PAN) betraying all his associates all the time, paving his way to the presidency with carcasses and their blood, like todo un PRIISTA, it worked for EPN and FECAL, and yes, the Gulf goes from Tamaulipas to Cancun, why stop at Veracruz?

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    5. Veracruz fiscal general del estado Jorge winckler installed by PAN governor Miguel Angel yunes Linares for nine years has been fired for not presenting and passing his examinations, thank you.

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  8. Is the narro okay??

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    1. Few stitches will get him back together

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  9. Wasn't Grupo Sombra part of the Gulf cartel?

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  10. Cdg these days is slip up in a couple smaller groups fighting each other.

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  11. Is sombra not with cdg anymore?

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  12. What’s up OBF-Wheel !

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    1. 4:49 Ta cabron, lo echaron pa Guatemala,
      even coyotes are having a hard time coming back.

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  13. What a bunch of cowardly mexican rats. Fucking ban me for telling the truth

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    1. You can just say rats. Why is the Mexican part important? Rats like these affect all countries; it is a mindset, not a color nor flag

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    2. 6:01 accusing "Mexicans" desensitizes the public opinion for when there are mass murders of "Mexicans" by other forces of order... Demonizing works, it has worked against the Mexican "Indians" American Indians, the Africans, the Jewish or the Palestinians who soon became ignorant minorities in danger of extinction.
      it also helped, kill millions and millions of Asians in East Timor, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia, and the Middle East, better believe there is nothing innocent in assigning blame to a whole population, usually done by the White Supremacist propagandistas and their ministers employed by the owners of the world.

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  14. Can tell Narro has seen/been present at executions before, judging by the way he gets increasingly anxious as the video progresses, then flinches when the sicarios chant “Grupo Sombra”—as if Narro was expecting them to strike the killing blow.

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    1. They should have put a mirror in front of him so he could see the green laser on his forehead as he talked

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  15. Lol damn everyone is coming out with fuerzas especiales team but does that mean you get paid more lol or what is the deal with all these special forces but nothing different then before

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    1. Probably the psychological warfare on enemies, but like you said they all do it and no one is fooled

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  16. This is what should be done to every narco that is caught by the Marinas. No more catch then release by the corrupt authorities!

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    1. It should happen to the corrupt authorities too. Betraying their country they’re sworn to protect for profit. If that’s not treason, then idk wtf is

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    2. You are right treason against your country should be a death sentence... corruption should be enough for betrayal

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  17. pinche viejillo pos eso le pasa ayy por Andar en la mana..

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  18. Mexican narcos or criminal under grounds makes me spin like a record player. Very fragile, splits and fragmentation.

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