Sunday, October 20, 2019

Culiacan: Sinaloa Cartel sicarios sent government videos depicting military hostages and one soldier executed

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat Forbes TY Gus

Sinaloa

A reason why the federal government gave up the arrest of Ovidio Guzmán López, son of Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, would have been the sending of videos with military hostages of hitmen, according to  The Wall Street Journal ( WSJ).

According to a former government official with knowledge of the situation that Culiacán experienced on Thursday, the order to release the son of the former leader of the Sinaloa Cartel was given after it was reported to senior officials in Mexico City that at least six soldiers were abducted by armed men.

In addition, according to the source, the hitmen sent at least two videos to the military commanders of Culiacán; one showed detained troops as hostages and another showed a soldier, tied and barefoot, executed with a shot in the head lying in the street.

The American newspaper explained that it was not clear if the soldier filmed in the video was a hostage taken in the wave of violence in Culiacán, unleashed following the capture of Guzmán López.

Government officials consulted by the WSJ did not respond.

52 comments:

  1. There was a picture circulating of a blind folded soldier as events were unfolding.

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  2. Tragic events in Mexico = tons of traffic for BB

    Living off our people’s tragedies.

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    1. Its a non profit ran by volunteers tonto
      I dont see any ads on here do you?
      Great information tool keep up the good work guys!

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    2. You are here as well.....

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    3. bb doesnt even have ads, dont be ungrateful

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    4. I can understand your point of view. But at the same time that's something that you shouldn't say. Because when this site was made, and let's assume positive intent here; it wasade in the hopes of having an outlet for people that were experiencing some of the situations going on in Mexico. And also to be able to inform people of what was really going on. Not just allowing people to see what's broadcasted on major outlets. Which we all know news Haven become about letting us see what they think we should see. So not everyone or everything is done exclusively for the purpose of living off other people's tragedies.

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    5. Or reporting, you know, the news.

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    6. @10:48
      Since when is relaying news the traditional media rarely reports, “Living off of our people’s tragedies?”

      Pendejo. Please explain.

      Queso

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    7. Lmao... Have you ever heard of CNN, Fox news, or MSNBC? BB is showing what all those major news outlets won't. By the way, you clicked on it lol

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    8. It's global news;hence increased traffic in all news sites and such around the Internet,let alone those dedicated to the drug trafficking topic like BB. The ones living off tragedies are the cartels themselves.

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    9. So you want BB to not report it like the rest of Mexico ?
      "our peoples tragedy" sitting in the US ? Pussy false claimers make you sick,many Mex-Amers want to know whats going on in Mexico.Who you gonna blame the US again ? Callate pendejo...

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    10. Why would you post such a ridicilous and incorrect comment?
      As for your first sentence - show us the statitics and proof for your claim! And even if BB traffic had increased, how would you proof that "the tragic events" have lead to the increase? You couldn't, you fool, there could be many more reasons - how about quality reporting that leads to an increased interest?
      As for your second claim - did I already tell you that you are a fool? BB is in no way responsible for the "people's tragedies", it is an important and reliable source for anyone interested in Mexico. And again - "living off" implies that BB does make a lot of money from this - please show us one single proof that leads to this conclusion! Your post just shows that you are - have I mentioned it before? - a FOOL. Go troll some other site, or I'll tell your mom to spank you and take away your internet access.

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    11. Showing tragic events in Mexico that need to be seen... that is reported to the world through the internet....thanks bb

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    12. Living off our people trajedies? Does BB even make ANY money reporting what going on in shitty ass Mexico??? No so CALLATE El ozico de puerco que tienes!

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    13. If I had to guess, I'd say you're the same person that regularly comments about how crappy the reporting is on this blog. Another guess? At one time, you probably thought you had some awesome, important comment but it didn't get posted and you just can't seem to get over it! Instead of being a grownup and moving on, you continue to throw a tantrum! Idk. Maybe you don't know how media works. Dissemination of information to inform the public. Either way, here you are. Still clicking!
      Mn

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    14. 1048 way off line, living on people's tragedies, Chivis does not may any money, volunteering 2-3 hours a day, translating what goes on into English, I don't see how your stupid comment made it in.

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    15. The controversy BB creates.

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    16. @127.… The person doing the action creates the situation, not the person who reports on it...

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    1. 10:57 peoples in houses of glass should not throw the rocks.
      The políticos de Mexico and USA are as complicit as Ovidi and the more ruthless carteles who steal from their own peoples. La cultura de Sinaloa has been only to deliver supply of drogas to peoples of EU, Europa, and los países where peoples want to buy drogas on their own freedom and I know this because I live her 40+ years and mi papa y tíos before me. It is unfortunate políticos in USA and Mexico, carteles, and USA business attempt to gain more control of the money with no regard for USA or Mexico peoples, but USA did same thing for 10-15 year as the USA politicos, protected doctor and farmacias while the DEA tried to go after the worlds largest opioid distribution company to enforce USA law and protect the poor and uneducated peoples who died from overdose more than any other cause of death for almost 15 years - but the USA gob protected the USA based drug distributor (cartel) just like the largest manufacturers because they bribe USA políticos (or as you say in USA - they lobby políticos). How stupid can citizens like 10.57 above be to not see this.
      By the time the peoples of USA demand a change the USA policy to allow “opioid” for decades to be sold like candy has created the largest market for contraband opioid that has exist since Britain and USA traders were drug dealers to los chinos. My friends and hermanos we know Dallas, LA, NY, Houston, Vail, Las Vegas and drogas are only illegal by law but NOT for us peoples with money because the hotels, limo drivers, casino managers make sure we have any drug we might wish and they arrange even police for security if we request to move money and they even deliver or watch if my friends do cocaina o mota. Same in poor areas of USA the police do not care about drug sales. It is exactly same in USA as Mexico and IT IS ALL 100% ABOUT THE MONEY. Both sides of border and USA drug policy is the biggest world lie - even bigger than invasión to Baghdad - that was 100% ABOUT THE MONEY (please excuse capitalize Chivas but this may be my last write on BB for many many months or ever)

      It will be a long time i am away with new cattle operación because USA and Mexico greed makes it smarter business decision to move most of business for now - but Mexico will always be my home and I hope Bolivia and Brasil only stay off attention of USA greed so we can protect ourselves if needed.

      maybe even last ever)

      Saludos Chivas, 42, Cañada girl, Rojo, Saúl, and all peoples de BB.

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    2. Lol ok keyboard warrior

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  4. If i was mexican soldiers I would pull out. If u catch criminal he well hug him and let them go. Mexican army overthrow Amlo

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    1. You have a point that a general with backing from fellow military members could stage a coup and people might actually support it.

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  5. Oddly enough, I found a couple of articles arguing that releasing Ovidio may have actually been a violation of Mexican law.

    https://www.altonivel.com.mx/actualidad/esta-es-la-responsabilidad-juridica-de-amlo-por-los-hechos-de-culiacan/

    https://www.elsoldesalamanca.com.mx/local/posible-delito-haber-liberado-a-ovidio-4335658.html

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    1. Nothing will happen, the president always will have immunity.

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    2. It's almost certainly against the law and it was wrong on so many levels. Pure fuckery

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  6. US stepping up border intervention. Meaning an assault on terrorists.

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    1. What? not very smart to brand your associates as "terrorist" but i guess Cocaine Import Agency supported Al-Quaeda and Osama Bin Laden was USA's best friend in the cold war. Same can happen with Cartels but not today. They need the black money and weapons going south.

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    2. Is this Russia at a call center creating fake news again? The 2020 election, is not here yet, and the fake rumor mill is working hard.

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    3. Why do democrats see russian boogey men behind every corner? The democrat propaganda machine fools many sheeple.

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  7. Cartels show be declared terrorists and be treated as such. Coward AMLO

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  8. Anyone else find it odd that they went all out for CHapo's kid, but for the actual King they did shit? Seems like they would have did alot worse for El Chapo. Something tells me that the real Chapo is not incarcerated.

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  9. Where are the videos

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  10. Sounds like Americans need to stop terrorism in Mexico

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    1. It's an internal issue of Mexico alone. Despite, the outrage of many Mexico's citizens. AMLOS decision to pull out for the sake of lives has opened a pandora box for future confrontations with the cartels.
      A moral issue for AMLO to overcome.

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    2. Yes, because America is the world's police force.

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    3. 804 it should be after all the president of the republic of Mexico does nothing, stop the violence. US needs to babysit MEXICO.

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    4. First stop the domestic terrorist that's happening in the states then worry to stop it on other countries

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    5. Ok lets start on the gun issues which the usa has lots of mass shootings and the drug hunger

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    6. @3:15 PM

      As if having a bunch of gun nuts that routinely shoot up a Church or a school is comparable in any way, shape or form with the drug cartels....🤔

      El Cabrón de Tamaulipas

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  11. Wow, I’m truly sorry to say but Mexico seemed like a total incompetent joke this week. Most people I know have no clue about Mexico and what happens on a weekly basis but this failed capture is everywhere and everyone around the world knows Chapos kid was captured and then let go. To me it’s total bullshit what your government said about not wanting innocents dying during the capture then release. How times has this happened in Tamaulipas with the Gulf/Zetas? Back in the day almost every month. Tijuana? How many people have died this year? A lot. And the government did nothing. It’s about money and always has been. Mencho probably feels safer tonight knowing his competition is taking the headlines as well.That slippery dude probably paid money for this to go down and is going to cause hell because it failed. I’ve read books, seen interviews, and have vacationed in Mexico, to me the Mexican underworld needs a new federation but the old spilled blood rivalries aren’t allowing it. What’s the answer? Legalize drugs? I have an absolutely crazy idea, these guys, Mencho, Chapitos, a lot of guys that have power through trafficking have power over the people. They decide what happens next n a daily basis in their territory. They control and unleash violence and Mexico is one of the most dangerous countries on the planet. Why not bring the heads of the major organizations together and give them governmental positions? If you hate my idea, what else has worked for you? JJ

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  12. We have international law. If you are captured, you are set aside with subsistence, until the final verdict. Germany gamed it with forced labor and deficient calories. Recall the outrage. Now Mexico. No capture with neither forced labor or subsistence. Only extortion, torture and sacrifice. Unprecedented, until now. Nothing is understood, the cartels pull out anything and everything. They must be put in line, until it's too late.

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    1. It's been too late the devil has been at work since the beginning of man kind

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    2. I believe it's far too late for checks and balances. These Checks & Balances should have been placed long ago by those alliances by government agencies.
      After all; its the political powers that permit the distribution and sales of such DTO'S to operate within their country.

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  13. Don't listen to this idiot. BB, thank you and keep up the great work! Greetings from Germany.

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  14. The United States are complicit in this chaos, we can go across the world and kill jihadists but we can't do shit about cartels in our backyard.....

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    1. The United States is responsible for the incompetence of the Mexican government? I don't think so.

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    2. You hit it on the nail...

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    3. It's your bro. ALMO, that is doing nothing about the killings and cartels, he let continue to grow, and then here comes Joe blaming it on the US. Lol

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  15. So why are they going after the govt if they released Chapo's kid?

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  16. The cartel sicarios from cds also were released from prison to help fight the arm forces, you couldn't make this stuff up lol

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