Saturday, November 2, 2019

Valle Bravo Mexico: 3 Colombians found murdered with narco message

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from Reforma

Cartulina warns that the same will happen to all the Colombian rats  and leeches, and all who help them  signed by “FM”

The bodies of three people, allegedly Colombian, were found this morning accompanied by narcomensajes in two different points of the "Pueblo Magico" of Valle de Bravo, in the State of Mexico.

The report of the bodies was made this morning discovered on the El Arco Valle de Bravo road, in a place known as El Simulador that connects the town San Gaspar de los Lagos.


According to state sources, locals first reported the discovery of the lifeless body of a woman with an orange cardboard on a grassland at the edge of the road.

Upon arrival the agents received the second alert about the presence of the other two bodies, which were a few meters from the first point and found the two men also with narcomessages.

The three victims were accused by an alleged cell of the Familia Michoacana of belonging to a criminal group of immigrants of Colombian nationality.



24 comments:

  1. Are they "making Mexico great again"?

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    1. Almo and Guzman's r making it really great.

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    2. Make the Mafia great again!
      Puro Michoacán de Italia a Nueva Italia

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  2. Familia michoacana

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  3. When are other nationalities gonna realize you can't come to Mexico and set up shop. Must of never seen Desperado. (Danny Trejo plays the Colombian knife guy hunting Antonio Banderas) 😉😆

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    1. Yep I cannot work in Mexico legally even though I have been married for twenty years to my wife from Guerrero. Mexico is full of hipocrites.

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    2. Colombians are were most coke come from all criminal organizations have too deal with them. They been in mexico since the 80s.

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    3. Have you seen Scarface? That's Columbians. Tony Montana made that face. Looks like these hombres saw Scarface. And the manta should have went: "This is what happens to Hectors"
      El Smarto

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    4. Michoacán is so fertile you can grow the coca plant 🌱 there. The government prefers to use South America since it’s easier to manage according to the CIA scumbags who fear the Mexicans (Michoacán) cartels but do not fear the Colombians.

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    5. Colombians work for the mexicans now tho🤷

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    6. Scarface is about Cuban immigrants getting paper in Miami in the 1980s...wtf. it's the current #1 classic American movie of all time

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    7. Scarface deals with Cubans.

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    8. Wtf to you too. You don't remember the chainsaw scene? Pendehoe. That's Columbians. Hector and Marta were Colombians.
      El Smarto

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  4. Valle de Bravo is a pueblo mágico... mágico porque te desaparecen lmao

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  5. The masters have become the servants. Welcome columbines to Mexico

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    1. It's been like that for years now

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  6. Not funny bra! These bodies might be of innocent locals.

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  7. Ratero means thief,not rats

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  8. They put asterics * around *COLOMBIANOS* and used all caps. I wouldn't be surprised if it's some coded message that people online have not caught on to. Or the dead are complete innocents (as often happens). Don't believe everything you read on cartulinas.

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    1. There are many Colombians in morelos kidnapping and killing people in that area

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    2. Baja too... My girl is a teacher who has the children of cops in her school. She said there are groups of Colombians engaging in Identity Theft and Credit Card fraud in Tijuana. They told her the cops are paid off so they don't go after them. She had a card stolen and $1,000's of USD charged to it.

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  9. Loan sharks gota gota

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