Tuesday, November 19, 2019

El Chimino Claimed To Have CJNG Protection


City of Mexico, CDMX - He was known as El Chimino. His name was Luis Enrique Chavarría Fuentes, he was 26 years old and was selling drugs within different neighborhoods in the northside of the City. He became "famous" months ago when a video was broadcast in which he appeared to be pointing a rifle at two women in Azcapotzalco... but he was executed over the weekend.



Armed men instantly shot him while he was next to his car, within the limits of the Gabriel Hernández and La Cruz communities, in the Gustavo A. Madero neighborhood.

According to reports from the authorities, El Chimino was known in the area for engaging in drug trafficking. In recent weeks he claimed to be protected by the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generación (CJNG). This was how he threatened other vendors to work with him.

In February 2018, the authorities followed him for a few months after a video was released in which he appears threatening women. He points his rifle at them and asks if they want him to kill them. Someone yells: "Let's go Chimino."

On Saturday, around 4:30 in the morning, men in a vehicle blocked his path and shot him. He was shot in the face, chest, arms ... His mother was the one who recognized him.

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22 comments:

  1. Drug dealers is a loosing business. If I was a kid and only saw drug dealers living as rats hiding from arrest and driving Nissan Tsuru or other clown type cars I would look into other lines of work. Como on only the very top of an organisation gets the golden life for a brief moment.

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    1. Mexico is a narco state/country and it's normal now in days.. Sad

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    2. Nissan tsuru. The Sentra that time forgot. If I were in the market to score drugs, I wouldn't buy any from a guy driving a tsuru! Not exactly the symbol of a successful drug dealer. Unless I knew the guy drove it to be inconspicuous. Otherwise that would tell me he does too much of his own supply and sells an inferior product.

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    3. And why is Mexico a narco state? Is it because of government support? Or the high consumption problem of the US?
      Can't blame one without the other!

      E42

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    4. Always blame the US. Drug use is soaring I’m Mexico. Cartels are involved in much more. Extortion,kidnapping, fuel theft,avocados etc. Stop the drugs there are other opportunities. Corruption at every level of government and society. Out of control!

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    5. Canada supplies ecstasy and weed to the US you don't see the level of violence in Canada. It's just that Mexicans, the drug dealers are selfish greedy fucks and they are the only ones allowed to control the "plazas". Where as drug dealers in the capitalistic USA, it's different. You have your stuff i have mine, the customer will buy product from the guy with the best stuff. They wont kill each other for the business because you will get punished unlike Mexico. You can't blame the US because Mexico won't endorse its laws! If the same thing happened in the US that happened in Culiacan every single person involved would be dead or in prison for a long time.

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    6. In this case it's always correct to blame the USA.

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    7. It’s the USA z fault you always see that here. Blame someone else for my fucked up life. That’s the stupidest fucking common comment. Btw that guy was 26 he is not a kid. Grow up Mexico.
      Yeah you can blame one without The other.
      Pos lazy ass millennials.

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    8. How is it a narco state?? Well for one when a drug Lord get caught. He gets released. Ummm they got a TV show. Staring chapos wife. Ummm kids look up to narcos. Should we go on?

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    9. @12:30
      Couldnt of said it better myself.

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  2. Next, step right up, you're the next contestant in the back stabbing, shortlived, brutish life of a low level drug dealer.

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  3. Claiming to work for a certain cartel and using their name without having permission will lower your life span by death.

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  4. He has a chapo hat lol 701

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  5. In the picture he gots a 701 hat and then he’s talking about cjng gots his back so so 701 click killed him for going to cjng or cjng killed him for lying and using ther name oh

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  6. good riddance. may he rot in eternal damnation in hell

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  7. Who ever killed him. Great job on to the next one

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    1. Ladies and gentlemen not to worry, another drug dealer pops up to take his spot. Drug dealing at every corner.

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    2. @ 7;11 Globally

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  8. CJNG controls 78% of mexico, this guys death the organization won't even feel.

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    1. 12:01 WRONG,cjng has PRESENCE in 78% of Mexico which doesn't mean anything...sorry bud I know I ruined ur day

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    2. It means a whole lot. What do you mean it doesn't mean anything? Idiot.
      Cartels United to fight off CJNG they even create fictional alliances(cds & marro) out of fear.
      Jalisco has more presence/control in all of mexico, more than any other group. And that's part of the 78% of presence and control.

      You baby back bitch..

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  9. E 42,
    You’re more culpable when you faciliate things as a complicit government. My toddlers would eat junk food and only junk food if I’d allow it, but I don’t so they eat what’s appropriate for their age.

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