Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Cd. Juarez: More than 10 Murdered , 16 Trucks and 9 Humans Burned in 10 Hours

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Debate y ElDiario
 
                              10 murdered in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua; Seven were calcined
Yesterday, ie Tuesday, the border city lived a violent day between trucks and private vehicles burned, executed and confrontations. A total of 16 trucks and other vehicles were burned in 10 hours, in different parts of the city, the Municipal Civil Protection Unit reported.

The agency reported that there were about 20 services provided by Firefighters, after the police call. 
Ten people executed, seven of them burned, as well as an incinerated public transport truck , this the balance of a violent day yesterday  and last night in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua.

Armed subjects injured a man and calcined / burned a vehicle in Colonia Granjas del Desierto, at kilometer 33 of the road to Casas Grandes.  A similar event was recorded in Colonia Tierra Nueva, where a taxi driver was executed and burned inside the vehicle in Colonia Tierra Nueva.

In another event, three men died in a gunshot attack while traveling in a vehicle in the Riberas del Bravo Fractionation. The victims were set on fire, one was burned inside and two outside with at least 50 percent burns on their body. 

Two other individuals were killed and burned in a vehicle in Colonia Salvárcar. 

One more calcined was reported in Colonia Independencia II, where armed subjects shot him and set him on fire. 

In addition, a truck was set on fire on the Juárez-El Porvenir highway, at the entrance of the town of Loma Blanca, in the Juárez Valley.

Also in the border city, the execution of three more people were reported to be by gun shot.

Meanwhile, in the municipality of Bocoyna , the discovery of a vehicle destroyed by fire and different clothing with blood stains was reported, in a gap that leads to the community of Guirimina.
Reports continue today, Wednesday, Nov 6:

Unidentified subjects dedicated themselves to the burning of nine trucks tonight in different parts of Ciudad Juarez, most of them almost simultaneously, there are injured / burned humans.

The State Attorney General's Office reported that the burning streak of units began at 7:25 p.m. local time with a public transport truck on the Juarez-Zaragoza line, which showed total damage.

At 9:25 p.m. on Doctor Arroyo and Privada del Cobre streets in the Mariano Escobedo neighborhood, a personnel transport truck was set on fire by two subjects who arrived in a vehicle.

By 9:32 p.m., in Alacrán and Nopales Sur in Colonia Colinas del Norte, two buses that transfer personnel were taken by two individuals who arrived in a car.

Another truck was set on fire at 9:37 p.m. in Peral and Doctor Manuel Ruiz in the Upper Border Colony.

At the same time, 9:37 pm, another truck was intentionally burned in 1823 Year Street and Fortín de la Soledad in Colonia Morelos II.

Meanwhile, at 10:07 p.m., in the National and Technological Army Avenues, a personnel transport truck was set on fire inside the Lear Corporation maquiladora parking lot.

Minutes later, at 10:20 p.m., another unit was destroyed by fire in Actopan and Colonia Almoloya of the Gustavo Díaz Ordaz.

At 10:35 p.m., in the Mesa Central and Tierra de Fuego street of the Parajes del Sur Section, another bus was set on fire.
According to the Diario de Juárez , one of the wrecked trucks transported employees of a maquiladora and nine of them resulted in serious burns.

Nine workers at a maquiladora resulted in serious burns, after armed people set fire to the truck in which they were traveling this morning.

At least four gunmen got out of a blue Ford Windstar truck and a rental taxi after closing the passage to the personnel transport truck on Technological and Farmer avenues, shortly before 02:00 am hours.

With gallons filled with gasoline they sprayed the truck without allowing passengers to get off, and they threatened to shoot them, according to a witness.

The criminals turned on the unit and then escaped northbound, through Technological Avenue, without being captured.

The nine employees that resulted in first and second degree burns were taken to Social Security hospitals aboard six ambulances, escorted by Municipal Police.

36 comments:

  1. What the hell is happening in Juarez?

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    1. La Línea is over, with their tweaker sicarios. Look for the marinos with the huaraches cruzados. Arriva Choix

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  2. Thanks Yaqui. Mexico needs other country's help they can't/won't help citizens.

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  3. These Cartel animals need to be brought out in the city square and shot by the very people they terrorize

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  4. Terrorism, how could it not be.

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  5. Any info on which cartels were involved in this shitstorm? I take it La Linea was one. Gente Nueva the other? Is this related to the confrontation in Agua Prieta ?

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  6. How can this be anything but anarchy and the absence of the rule of law? This criminal unrest must be crushed with a greater force, lest all be lost to chaos.

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  7. They are warning people to stay off the streets there is going to be a "limpea"... The police and politicians and cartel members are what needs to be removed. They are the bigger thieves who rob the citizens of Mexico of a safe and prosperous country. This town is a shit hole so is this country.

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  8. Mexicans citizens and their children, including Mexican Americans have been getting slaughtered down in Mexico everyday and NO ONE BATS AN EYE.
    A few gringos get WACKED and the WHOLE WORLD GOES CRAZY!!!

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  9. That’s some terrorist shit. Fucking crazy.

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  10. Could this have anything to do with the Laberons?

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  11. The second mexican war on drugs has begun!!

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  12. Has there been any narcomantas hung about The Lebaron family? For sure a cartel is blaming another cartel with government influence

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  13. What was this about ? Does not sound like they were targeting rival cartels.

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  14. Wondering how fast this gets forgotten. With Mexican citizen's apathy. This will likely set a new record. Man this world really is in dire straits. Y'all elected a greedy hooked nose crook. We elected Donald Chump to office. And it was either him or Hillary. I tell you one thing. IQ's on both sides of the border, are at an all time low. No you can't beat the cartels. But you can give the people what they need to defend themselves from them. Seeing as your police won't. Better stick to hugs and kisses. Next time cartels come to your house. Wanting to take your kids hostage.
    Of course cartels don't want you armed. They don't want another Mireles.
    El Smarto.

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  15. It is going to take a righteous military to end this evil.

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  16. Last 2 news Events are very depressing. God Bless the fine Mexican people

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  17. Not enough hugging. Great job amlo It IS a war and you surrendered.

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  18. Hey Yaqui. Your headlines are eye-catching but then I see that you "wrote" the article and I just have to click on the source.

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  19. Copy cats of burning cars with people in it. What happened to cutting heads.

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  20. Spraying a bus with gasoline then keeping passengers trapped inside while setting the bus on fire? Yeah, this kind of thing is why I tell family and friends to avoid vacation trips to Mexico.

    Are thes kind of depraved atrocities becoming the face of Mexico?
    I hope the USA keeps the Hell away from meddling in the internal affairs of Mexico.

    IMO, Mexico must cure itself without any kind of US intervention or meddling. Mexicans hate gringos and getting involved in "helping" will eventually bring this kind of violence to the USA. We gringos must avoid making our own Vietnam Nam or Middle East guamires.

    To Mexico: Deal with it. Where is that "Ya basta!" spirit?
    Mexico-Watcher

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    1. 731 you might as well say the sky is purple, your country is hurting big time, with the enpt president, doing nada, homicides this year is predicted above 25,000 and you too like the president want no help, then fine, but do come crossing the border for help to fight the criminals.

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    2. Totally agree with you. Mexico's violent epidemic is their's alone.

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  21. The american funded para military cells are following their orders well after what happened to that white family, and they dont even know whos really making those orders they think its some paisano boss with money. Ik u marks wont post this

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    1. These are Mexicans killing Mexicans inside of Mexico yet you ascribe blame to America.
      Why do you not realize how ridiculous you look to everyone who’s not Mexican?

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  22. Hey Lopez Obrador, pensia que tuz nuevos amigos dijieron que no iban a quemar casas si soltaran al chapito. Te dieron el cuerno. I thought amlo negotiated his new friend el chapito of not burning houses if you let him go. He gave him a double cross and the middle finger. Who cares which cartel was who. They're all hypocrites and kills innocent civilians. And no we dont want the us getting involved. They need to fix their guns problem. Their also guarding oil

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  23. Where is the outrage Mr. President?

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  24. A Los linieros see Les va acavar El corrido la cagaron por eso andan haciendo desmadres por que El gorbieno ya va tras Ellos

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    1. Eran los Mexicles que causaron esto. Una pandilla de prisioneros.

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    2. Lineas have survived the worst years and biggest hits, the are getting stronger

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  25. Word is Mexicles prison gang caused all this shit in order have authorities at all levels of government occupied to avoid a trannsfer of members of theirs from a local prison to an out of state prison.
    This according to the Juarez newspapers.

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  26. Too many addicted party people in US for cartels to stop their hustle. Prisoners on drugs make good customers for the underworld. Merchandise makes money from South America to the bloodstreams of hope to die drug fiends across the North American lands

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  27. Hugs and kisses to all - from AMLO.

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  28. Yes, unfortunately the second war must have been declared.

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