Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas: Suspected Bus Terminals That Aid Cartel del Noreste [CDN]


Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas -  People traveling to this city report kidnappings by members of the Cartel del Noreste within the three bus stations operating in this border city.

They demand police surveillance inside and outside the terminals. The staff at these facilities is involved with the cartel to notify them of the arrival of buses from states where there are rivalries between organized crime groups.

CITIZEN COMPLAINTS:

"That is true. I have gone to the Omnibus de Mexico just as well the Autobús ETN Turistar and the Autobuses Expresó Futura terminals. And as soon as you get off the bus they ask you what locality are you coming from and where are you originally from. You have to show them your credentials.


And if you’re a native from here everything is fine but if you’re not from around here, they tell you right away that nothing is going to happen. I have to take you with the boss to the office, that’s what they did to a friend of mine. They took him and returned him to me because he was from San Luis. And he had nothing to do with organized crime. He worked an honest job.”

"Here in Nuevo Laredo the scum from the CDN kidnap and kill people from other states. Especially if you are from Jalisco, Michoacán, Guerrero, Sinaloa, Durango, etc. In September these filthy fucks from the CDN kidnapped 3 innocent people from Jalisco. And they soon after appeared in a video being interrogated by the CDN and beheaded for the simple mistake of driving a truck with Jalisco plates ... "




“I once arrived at the Autobuses Expresó Futura terminal at 4 in the morning. There were 10 of us there who were waiting to disembark from our bus when suddenly the Tropa del Infierno arrived. One of their halcones got off and started questioning who all was from Nuevo Laredo. Their families started picking everyone up and none of them were kidnapped. But for those that weren’t picked up by their relatives definitely yes they were kidnapped.

It is urgent that the authorities answer the call. Because the kidnapping of passengers arriving at these bus terminals in Nuevo Laredo is constant.

Sol Prendido Borderland Beat   Source

15 comments:

  1. Is Nuevo Laredo pure Cdn? I never hear another group controlling Nuevo Laredo... Like in Juarez how there are los Mexicles, AA, Líneas, empresa etc...

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  2. It's complete. The cartels now have full control. Poor Mexico, you were so good, so welcoming but corruption has killed you.

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    1. Lol and you think the U.S government isn't corrupted Lmao ohh boy you teens haven't lived long enough to understand this game of chess . the mafias infiltrated the court system and politicians here in the U.S lol every country has a mafia running it Mexico is just a glimpse of how countrys governments work everyone is a player in the game . u.s is just a little bitch when it comes down to it and cry intervention when it comes their way .

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  3. What the hell Sol, honest working pheasants, can't travel or they get kidnapped, what would they do to me, if I have a US passport?

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    1. Robbed, extorted and perhaps have your identity stolen. Credit ruined. The identity theft happens way more than most people can imagine.

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  4. Trump just announced that Mexican cartels will be designated as terrorist organizations.
    Narco: "How will we know when the US is coming for us?"
    US: "That Hellfire missile coming up your ass might be your first clue."

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  5. Is it true that gulf cartel attacked Mexican family near Texas border? Someone sent me a pic from breitbart - looking for article.

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  6. Trump is set to declare cartels terrorist organizations. I bet you will see less cartel gunman standing around in truck formations or manning checkpoints. Well see if an AK/AR can stop a hellfire missile. Viva mexico.

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    1. You been watching too much Rambo movies.

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  7. Who gives them the right to kidnap citizens, that come to visit? The police or the criminals run the town. What gives.

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  8. Are US troop really going to Mexico??????

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    1. Won't be the first or the last time.

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  9. I dont feel so good walking down the street in NL in the daytime!

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  10. Hugs and kisses doesn't work, what is next?

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