Thursday, November 14, 2019

The Secret Meeting Between Police and Narcos


Several Commissioners of Security and Traffic of the State of Mexico were summoned last January to meet with organized crime operators, according to an intelligence report from the state government. Meetings between officials and suspected members of the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generación were held in restaurants.

The report consulted by this columnist indicates that the Commissioners were gathered by regions. The different calls were attended by directors from the Amecameca area (consisting of 13 municipalities), Tultitlán (four municipalities), Cuautitlán Izcallli (three municipalities), Ecatepec (consisting of two municipalities) and Zumpango (five municipalities).


These meetings were allegedly organized by one of the Security Commissioners, who was responsible for transmitting the invitation to his colleagues. Criminals asked officials not to interfere with their activities and focus instead on common crime. In return, neither they nor their men would be touched.

The report argues that only one of the Commissioners reported the fact to their municipal president. According to the version he offered, there was no offer of money: only the proposal that "everyone should go their own way." "Don't mess with us and we won’t mess with you”.

The report does not specify which directors attended these meetings. In those days the Commissioner of Tecámac was dismissed, for he “did not meet the confidence control exams” and only remained 23 days in office. After the arrival of the new director, two municipal police officers were killed in the Héroes Tecámac while they had dinner at a tamales stand: the aggressors parked their vehicle a few meters from the food stand, approached the officers and opened fire. Later it was learned that municipal agents were involved in the service of the mafia.

In just nine months, four security directors were in charge of the police in Tecámac. When they separated from office, some claimed "family reasons." Simultaneously, Mayor Mariela Gutierrez began receiving death threats. In February, in a manta signed by one "Comandante Catrina" she was required to release, "within 24 hours", a group of criminals interned in the Chiconautla prison. The alleged Comandante announced that his people were "going to start killing all the police in the municipality."

New threats against the mayor were repeated in March. In the middle of that month, Salvador Alejandro Sánchez, who was known as El Comandante Catrina, the main operator of organized crime in that municipality, was slaughtered next to his wife (also an ex cop). In August, new death threats appeared against Mariela Gutiérrez, signed by the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generación.

A month later, the Tecámac regional prosecutor and two of his bodyguards were shot at a seafood restaurant located on the Pachuca-Mexico highway. In mid-October, another officer was killed in the streets of the municipality in front of his daughters of 5, 6 and 8 years of age.

Valle de Chalco is part of one of the regions (Amecameca) whose Commissioners, according to the intelligence document, were summoned to meet with the alleged Jalisco Cartel operators

Although it is not known if the director of this municipality answered the call, on October 28, Mayor Francisco Fernando Tenorio was injured in the head by a young man who had previously crossed words with him during a tour. According to the state prosecutor, Alejandro Gómez, the murderer is linked to "a well-known drug shooter who operates in Valle de Chalco."

How many Commissioners yielded in January to the demands of organized crime? According to the intelligence work, the fact that most of them have not informed their superiors sends tremendous signals: it speaks, as in Culiacan, of entire regions overtaken by criminal groups dedicated at kidnapping, extortion, drug trafficking and theft of cargo vehicles. Entire regions in which the local police are looking the other way. Areas in which citizens have been left alone.

There is other bad news. The strategy described in the report is not exclusive to Edomex: security directors of several neighborhoods of Mexico City have already been approached by representatives of criminal groups. Many mayors know it. And they have preferred to remain silent: here we are also alone.


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39 comments:

  1. Rather than meeting them, how about arresting them?

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    1. Easier said than done, Cartels have a stronghold on police, throughout the town's.

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    2. and end up a bagged up Mexican meat puzzle? One's decisions are only as good as one's choices...Mexico does not have good choices, thanks largely to the corruption and apathy of the Mexican government at the very top.

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    3. Excellent plan captain obvious

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    4. Now that will be a first.

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    5. 7:40 nailed it 100%

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  2. Usually the governors and cartels don't want the general public to know about these matters. Surprised this one slipped by. The Baby Killer cartel told them to mind thier own business and they won't bother the police, I am flabbergasted! In other words, we kidnap citizens for ransom look the other way, we rape and kill women look the other way, we steal homes and land kill the owners look the other way.
    Luna Apagtha

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    1. Dude it was cjng and police meeting not cds and police meeting just remember what cds did to the lebanons! they took the baby killer cartel tittle from cjng in a days work

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    2. 6:56 everbody knows it was la linea that did that.

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    3. 6:12 sure if thats what you want to believe, but everybody knows cds has on lock that part of sonora or did they loose it to lineas? If they did than they suck at war they are loosing every plaza to other cartels

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    4. Los corridos los tienen pendejos a los lambe culos del CDChinaloa.

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    5. 8:34 That is La Linea always committing murders there but good try.

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  3. All the more reason for the people of Mexico to arm themselves.

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  4. @bed123 that strategy hasn't worked out very well, has it?

    Stop the War On Drugs.

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    1. 7:41 I'm sure he means The non affiliated population of Mexico needs to arm themselves. The average citizen. The only one armed is the cartels and the(good for nothing, getting paid for nothing so called)law... To the law enforcement standing up, doing there jobs and fighting for your town, state, country,and it's people and future,I salute you and extend my respects. May you and your family be protected and blessed during this endeavor and in life...The average Mexican citizen isn't allowed to posses a gun. Fu@#$%! ironic. Not only are the garbage sellout politicians and so-called law enforcement letting the piece of sh@%! predators be fully armed and letting them prey on the population. They don't let them arm themselves so they could at least try to defend themselves. That is vs. That has to change!!!..7:41, what strategy are "YOU" speaking of???!

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  5. Sometimes i think the only people with balls in Mexico are the women. It’s a shame for all mx officials.

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    1. What have you done to help Mexico's situation? Have you taken up arms against crime? Have you signed up as a police officer? Have you put yourself in harm's way? Everything is a lot easier said than done when it's not your life or your family at risk.

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    2. I second that...but am saddened,sickened, in some cases enraged, angry, and ashamed by the lack of action against the bs that's going on , the way how the regular population is being victimized with so little consequences and resistance. The politicians should at least change the gun law and let the average citizen arm him/herself to at least have a better chance and tey to protect themselves and/or each other. The ones striving for change and/or striving and fighting against this, against injustice, I wish hope and pray for your triumph in the swiftest time frame possible, as well as for the utmost health and blessings for you and your loved ones.

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  6. Narcos especially CJNG want to control MEXICO, since the president is letting them get away with murders and crime.

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    1. I think CDS terrorists of innocents want that. Did they take innocents hostage?

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    2. Cds pretty much outdid cjng with the lebarons killings, thats just wrong even for terrorists

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  7. They arrested El Chapo's son recently and had to release him or watch their town become a bloodbath.

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  8. These guys are municipal police with low pay & lack of training but plenty of heart. They are don’t have firepower up against the big guns!!! It’s not a fair fight.

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    1. It was never a fair fight for these poor individuals. Mexico will not allow such a potential problem to come their way.

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    2. Then it's time to change that. I read that AMLO recently ordered some artillery, etc. to better equip law enforcement in their fight. Hopefully they address the pay and organize amongst themselves to tackle and protect themselves better. Form some kind of underground in the shadows group that will go out and seek a target with the clear intent to eliminate any high risk threats if necessary. When there is no law or it can't be counted on, you must be your own law. History will be on your side

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  9. It would almost be comical if it wasn't so overwhelmingly sad . How horrific it must of been for those little girls to witness the slaughter of their father.No words describe the parasites who commit these atrocities they get away with it too thats the part that really sucks .

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  10. Cjng kills police in Jalisco by the dozens and in Michoacán if they don’t want to work for them and were is the elite soilders that they sent to Culiacán come on this is such a joke cjng is killing anyone that they want and the kids if they can’t get to the parents.but they don’t even bother them yes they arrest cjng but not bosses mostly foot soilders or a cell leader nothing major and mostly get released latter when nobody remember about them.and were did you see that about cargo trucks getting robbed in Culiacán,extortion and (kiddnapping)?or picking up rivals why different and I’m not saying that it does happen but has anyone ever investigate who owns the cargo company that they supposedly rob

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    1. Have you heard about the lebarons babies killed? Im pretty sure it was cds not cjng, that beyond cruelty 5 under age, 1 seven month and 3 woman! Cds are the real baby killers, plus if you remember they kidnapped the soldiers families they made it personal, dont cry when cds start gettin hit harder than other cartels cause they crossed the line against the soldiers families

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    2. I agree. That's what should happen. They want to get on the field to play the game, but don't want to even get scratched up. They know what that life entails and it's possible consequences. That they might get killed or go to jail, that's part of it. They chose that life and should accept those possibilities going in, but you want to threaten and harm people that have nothing to do with that just cause you ain't man enough to face those consequences when shet hits the fan...That's disgusting,disgraceful,cowardly and sad. They never chose to be part of that life, Dto members did. Motherfockers supposed to be bad,tuff,macho motherfockers, then act like it. Don't just act like it when things,situations or the odds are in your favor. A real man is a real man regardless of the time or the place or his company. He's one at all times....Face shit like a man when if your actions catch up to you.

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    3. Tony Tormenta, ABL, N Coronel, Kike Plancarte, El Chayo, Lazcano, M Torres etcétera.
      Killers that when death stared them in the eyes went banging knowing the reaper had arrived. Not applauding them, but a man dies once, a coward(prisoner) dies everyday.

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  11. Cuando se llega a un acuerdo entre mentirosos, ya es una acción fallida. Se nos dice que nos mantengamos alejados de ciertas brechas y nos ayudarán a estar libres de actos criminales. Los delincuentes vienen y roban y amenazan y los cartelros dicen Pero eso no somos nosotros. Entonces la policía municipal hace su mordida por un gran aumento de mentiras con infracciones hechas por chofers dentro de ciudades y pueblos. Al salir de una ciudad y al ver carteles que anuncian Principio de Cargo de SCT es decir que no hay cobertura policial, es la tierra de los carteleros.

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  12. THIS IS BULLSHIT AMLO IS A TRAITOR TO MEXICO!!!

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    1. Dude if you are a mexican in the usa talking shit about amlo been a traitor to mexico you should take a closer look at yourself! At least amlo is in mexico trying something different than what the rest of the presidents have done and havent accomplished nothing but more violence, go back to mexico and do something after you do you can talk shit to amlo

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    2. There are millions of Mexicans just like this guy who shout the odds from the US for their beloved mexico

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  13. Seperating narcos from the state seems like an impossible task. One can at least hope that DTO’s realize that these insurgency tactics are not sustainable and that it would calm everything down to move weight and shut the f- up about it. Cutting the head off the snake might garner lots of publicity, but the power vacuums are what has been devastating for the Mexican people

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    1. 4:46Smart man. Hopefully that comes about.

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  14. Focus on common crime and not drug trafficking the cartel asks, when the two are inseparable. More drugs, more crime.

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  15. All I want to know is how much cash did the President take from these fools. He let Chapito go free after capturing him, Either President brain dead or he taking money

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