Thursday, October 17, 2019

Sinaloa narco lab seized by the military




Video translation is as follows 

Newscaster: In Sinaloa, army elements seized a clandestine laboratory in the vicinity of the town of Santa Cruz de Alaya in Cosalá. According to the Secretary of National Defense, the incident occurred last Monday when military personnel carried out land reconnaissance in that area. At the site there were more than one thousand liters of substances for drug manufacturing was found. As well as a vehicle. The chemicals, their precursors were seized and made available to the corresponding authorities.

Sol Prendido Borderland Beat  Source


10 comments:

  1. Sinaloa labs constantly getting busted. Crazy
    Reminds me of when michoacan labs were always getting busted in 2007 through 2010 Calderon days..
    It's clear that cds power is not that strong anymore

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    1. Or. Hear me out. They are giving them busts again to make it look like the government is doing something. Like in the past

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    2. Exactly my thoughts @7:03

      I mean, when do they ever bust workers?

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  2. Word on what’s going on in Sinaloa?

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  3. CDS is losing government protection and will soon loose turf if this keeps up.

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    1. Then the article comes out AMLO orders chapitos released 🤣

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  4. Si escuchas chismes de soldados de bajo rango, sus bromas sobre cómo las drogas reales se sustituyen con harina de trigo y luego se queman mientras los coroneles y generales venden las drogas originales, no se puede descartar. Debería existir una ley que obligue a la autoridad a quemar o verter líquidos en el suelo frente a las tropas que encontraron las drogas. Es mucho más difícil crear una ilusión en presencia de tantos testigos. Si las tropas son sustituidas de alguna manera, es causa de arrestar a los soldados que dieron esas órdenes ilegales. El muestreo sorpresa de un montón que será quemado por un representante de la PGR complicaría los planes para cambiar las drogas en harina de trigo. 100 ml de evidencia deberían ser suficientes. Sospecho que la mayoría de las drogas quemadas se venden.

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  5. Does anybody know any information on the situation in Sinaloa with el chapo’s sons!!! I heard that one is dead and one is captured but was later rescued can I get some details if possible!!!!

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  6. Dr. Sol that reminds me the Mexican Navy, has yet to meet the quota of 3 major busts, per year. US funding will stop, good they got 2 and half months to go.

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  7. I'm kind of curious,with contents as valuable as they are, and I'm thinking I agree with a prior posters sentiments, but isn't this stuff made and kept in places closer to major thourofares, just kind of retarded to do this shit out in the middle of nowhere, where its just sitting there vulnerable... I mean precursor chems aren't cheap, and anyone with a hunting rifle cold just sit a couple hundred yards away and punch through those barrels.... Its a photo op....I'm betting the barrels have dirty dishwater in them...

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