Tuesday, December 3, 2019

23 dead and 12 arrested for shootings in Villa Unión, Coahuila

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat  TYGus  From Zeta


A total of 12 suspected participants in the armed attack in Villa Unión, Coahuila, which occurred last Saturday, November 30, have been arrested during the operation maintained by federal and state security forces. Two yesterday, and 10 more this December 3, as announced by Governor Miguel Ángel Riquelme Solís.

On the other hand, the total number of people killed in the armed attack rose to 23, after the Government of Coahuila reported that another of the alleged criminals was killed. Of the total, 17 were suspected criminals, 4 state police and two unarmed civilians (Firefighters).

In addition, there are six injured.

Through a statement, the state government reported that three minors and two adults were rescued, after the criminals had taken them to serve as guides during their flight. Likewise, the security forces secured 21 long .223 caliber weapons, 6 of 50-caliber barrets, various tactical equipment such as helmets and vests, loaders, tire punctures, and magazines.

It was also indicated that, derived from the operation carried out by the Army, the National Guard (GN), the State Action and Reaction Group and the Criminal Investigation Agency of the State Prosecutor's Office, 18 vehicles were assured so far that the armed group used, in addition to recovering four units that had been stolen.

Convoy of 25

On Saturday, shortly before noon, about a hundred armed men aboard about 25 vehicles shot the City Hall, a church, government offices and homes of Villa Unión. Subsequently they sustained a confrontation with 4 police officers, whom they murdered.

Then, for about 90 minutes, they faced 15 state elements. The withdrawal of the criminal group, allegedly belonging to the Northeast Cartel, was truncated by police and military reinforcements that arrived by air and land.

The governor of Coahuila rendered his Second Government Report yesterday, Monday, December 2 in the municipality of Torreón. His message was focused on the climate of "stability" that he has sought in the entity, he promised that he “will not let criminal groups in during his administration”.

On the other hand, it was announced that the National Guard installed a base of operations in that municipality since yesterday. “There is staff from other units, from other institutions; we will be coordinating with them. Until necessary,” said Rubén Barraza Rodríguez, former commander of the XI Military Police Brigade, and current state coordinator of the GN in Coahuila.

32 comments:

  1. Maybe the C4 centres of operations are going to be the key for putting all this mothafuckas behind bars or in hell .
    It would be great to bring back forced labour for this criminals and get some infrastructure going , build some dams! There running out of water, for fuck sakes !

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  2. Really think the governor or Amlo cares??????

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  3. Chivis, any idea why CDN did this?

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    1. No certainty---my guess is someone in the city government was not playing ball...or just heating up the plaza to terrorize which they did. the guys arrested claim to not have wanted to do it and many cdn walked away

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  4. Tryin' to be like the old days and failing miserably

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  5. My Spanish is poor but sounds like he said...uuhhh now im gonna go ahead and contact cjng to irradiate these bastards

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  6. these convoys will be no more when they will soon become drone targets

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  7. Mexican sovereignty at its finest...

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  8. Shit Chivis ! I been reading these articles on this website for years now . I think I lost track of time . Sometimes I get tired of hearing the blood and gore and stop for a while. Just 4 hours from where I live here in the USA is this crazy unhinged shit going on with these crazy unhinged people . WTF ! You cant Change that way of thinking . Ive seen it close up . Its very criminal , predatory and tribal . It would take a lot of work to see a decline in it and after a generation the decline may be slight . I just dont see a end to in the future .Everybody wants to say its the money from drugs . Take the drugs out of the picture and what are these people going to do ? Become model citizens Its like with all crime it will be a battle that will never end . At least this time the police had the weaponry
    to hold their own . God bless the innocents that died and damn the guilty to hell .

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  9. Amlo seems to be Happy with his Poll numbers. Things should remain the same and get worst.

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  10. This stands out Chivis, this is the way, they should coordinate, in catching the Terrorist cartels, work together and you catch more bad hombres. 4 State Police got killed in the shoot out, now because of that I am hoping the judge will not set them free. But then again it's Mexico.

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    1. I dont blame the judge if he does. I mean what would you do if a group of armed men came to your house with impunity and tell you. Plata or plomo

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    2. 1107 I would have shot them up, with my legal AR-15, they came to kill me, for damn sure I will protect my life.

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  11. Yet Mexico sees no terrorists activities within his country.
    Not far from those armed militias in other parts of the country who are labeled as terrorists.
    I guess a hundred or more people with tactical weapons in convoys are just tailgaters. GO CHIVAS!

    E42

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  12. My question they wanted more territory which they had before so who controls piedras negras plaza what's the cartel or organization name for the villa union piedras negras plaza anyone know

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    1. Fuerza Coahuila formally known as GATES

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    2. CDN is permanently in the Villa they live there anyone in the drug trade from la Villa belongs to CDN now before all was Zetas after the split los 5 manantiales or in English The 5 springs wich are 5 towns known for thier springs (water holes) if you ask me.. All 5 towns belonged to Treviños after El Señors death still do the talk in town is they went to pick someone up who locked themselves in the municipal building where the president of the town has his office the jail slash police station is right next to it on the side street and to the right of the municipal building is a Catholic church talk is he/she/they locked themselves up there till sedena showed up from piedras. The CDN sicarios that they're arresting are mostly all dealers and halcones that reside in la villa and surrounding hejidos. Saludos pa la Luz y Santa Monica.. La Iguana.

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    3. The authorities have been attacking z with fuerza coahuila so it looks as tho the love has gone,z are still there tho,something changed?

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    4. Cartel Del Noreste Z

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  13. Let's see if they will keep the 12 hardcore killers in jail.Now that's what I call a good shoot out at the ok coral.

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    1. I am still waiting to see if they, will do something to the cartel, that killed 14 policemen in Michoacan, about a month ago.

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    2. Let's hope so. 14 members of the Cartel de Santa Rosa de Lima in Guanajuato just received 60 years in prison.

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    3. Hug and kiss them let them go

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  14. Cndh must feel proud of their clients(cdn)..

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  15. Mexico needs more proactive Governers like Miguel Ángel Riquelme Solís to assist the president combatting the cartels.

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  16. Just another in the continuing regular activities in Mexico . Mexico is some where between a civilization and tribal warfare .

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  17. Whoa whoa whoa they shot up the church?!?!

    Can't the cartels keep some things sacred? Don't mess with kids or the church.

    Thanks for doing nothing ALMO.

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  18. Mexicans killing Mexicans. This stuff is sad imo!

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    1. People have been killing people for centuries. Wars are the biggest atrocities committed by government.
      Yet this action is appropriate and with impunity.

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  19. Please do not let the 12 arrested go free, as they will be committing more homicides.

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  20. Death Count sums up to 24 now!

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  21. Those 12 arrested will be set free by cndh claiming they're Innocents

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