Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Tropa del Infierno Leaves Bagged Corpses Outside Military Camp


Monterrey, Nuevo León - A vehicle with four bags containing mutilated bodies were abandoned in front of the military camp facilities of the Campo Militar 7A Zona Militar.

It was a white Volkswagen Touareg SUV with license plates from Mexico City MXD1705 that they left abandoned on the side of the field fence of the Seventh Military Zone a few meters from the road that leads to Nuevo Laredo.

In the rear seats of the vehicle a message was left and in the front there were four bags with the legend “1k”, apparently of the drug crystal meth, according to a state police informant.
The doors of the truck were unlocked and blood stains were on the seats.



Police confirmed that there were human remains in four black plastic bags in the trunk of the vehicle.

The authorities surrounded the area while experts collected evidence. This roadway leads to the US-Mexico border and so a huge transit of cargo vehicles that frequent this exit were delayed by the chaos.

As of this morning it has not been reported how many bodies correspond to the human remains left inside the SUV.


On Tuesday 3 corpses inside seven bags were abandoned in the Paso del Águila neighborhood, afterwards in the Bella Vista neighborhood, one more corpse was found in another plastic bag.

So far this year a total of 22 mutilated bodies have been found in plastic bags, including those left in the doorways of state prisons.

The authorities have attributed the violence to the internal struggle between organized crime groups.

* A manta was left at the crime scene with a message for the Director of the State Investigative Agency.

Manta reads as follows:
Director Esteban Cantú this will be the fate of all your people who are selling that filthy crystal meth which is killing off the population. Sincerely, The Tropa del Infierno

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16 comments:

  1. Dead bodies in a bag is becoming boring.

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    1. Yeah, bring the topless rucas hanging by the neck from a bridge.

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  2. I wish I could find some articles on the current state of the CDN. On the one hand, they've been aggressively expanding for most of the year, and their main leaders haven't been neutralized. On the other, they're clashing with a lot of other groups and regularly attempt to shoot it out with the military. I'd like to know if they've had a net gain in their influence or if their expansion has backfired on them.

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    1. Good point. I was thinking the same; these guys are not shy with battling, including military. This jester of the bodies in front of a military camp is crazzzzy

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  3. And like every other case no one gets arrested. People in Mexico are getting used to this life style like it’s a normal day.

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  4. Does CDN have international clout and smuggling contacts/routes Like a traditional cartel or are they just the fractured remnants of the Trevino zeta faction? Is there wealth from primarily trafficking or terrorizing locals and migrants?

    curious as to the power dynamics between old school and cdn

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  5. Also, which zeta faction is aligned with CDG? Is there a true master of the northeast?

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  6. Damn I must say I like the fact the cdn does not allow the sale of meth in their territory. However I'm sure if they were producing meth themselves it would be a different story.

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  7. Wait until I leave some body bags at thier mom's houses.

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  8. Dam cdn is getting soo powerful now I think they are very rich and have gained lots of territory are they going to become as powerful as the original zetas

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    1. No they cant even bury there sicarios
      Broke asses

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    2. They are only in tamaulipas and in Monterey

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    3. As long as they keep control of Nuevo Laredo they will have the income to continue growing. Look at Cartel de Juarez for example at one point they were cornered in Ciudad Juarez and Chihuahua city but they have taken all of Chihuahua back and are now entering Sonora.

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    4. 1:56 u got it all wrong,cdj isn't the powerful cartel u paint it to be just that they fighting a really weaken cds cells, if u referring to just the city(not the state) that's nothing,cds still has plenty of territory now as of Sonora cdj isn't trying to take any plaza from there they just trying to heat it up sneaking in 2 or 3 guys to do massive shootings so they can get some help from government

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  9. That's why it was Left by the base.They are Mex military

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  10. Have moral issues succumb these drug pushers? Why not heroin and cocaine too!
    Moreover, fentanyl as an additive for cutting products?
    To believe Death has a heart for the living is UNBELIEVABLE.

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