Tuesday, December 31, 2019

Almost 2000 murders in Michoacan from Jan to November in the fight for territory

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat   Reforma



The control of criminal groups for the collection of floor in night establishments and the production or sale of drugs, among other crimes, increased violence in several regions of Michoacán, warned commanders of the State and Army Police.

The authorities have placed red spotlights in the area adjacent to the state of Jalisco, in Uruapan and Morelia, in the highway that runs Apatzingán to Coalcomán, and in the port of Lázaro Cárdenas.

The streak of clashes between criminal groups increased the number of victims of malicious homicide by 22.3 percent, from 1,488 to 1,820 people killed between January and November 2018 and 2019, respectively, according to figures from the National Security System Public (SNSP).

Official sources consulted indicated that one of the criminal groups that fights these places is the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG), which began its incursion in Michoacán since 2013, with the lifting of the "self-defense groups" under the command of Juan José Farías Álvarez "Abuelo”.


In the end, both the criminal and social movement weakened the Knights Templar, headed by Servando Gómez "La Tuta".

However, The Viagras increased their power and confronted the CJNG for control of cities near Jalisco, such as Zamora, Tocumbo, Los Reyes, Jiquilpan, Sahuayo, Venustiano Carranza, Tanhuato, Yurécuaro and La Piedad, north of the State.

The clash between the two groups also extended to the corridor that departs from Apatzingán and passes through Buenavista Tomatlán, Tepalcatepec - where gunmen from "El Abuelo" confronted a CJNG cell in August with a balance of nine dead - Coalcomán, Aquila and Coahuayana.

In the mining area of ​​Aguililla, in an ambush involving more than 30 armed civilians, 13 state police officers were killed for allegedly protecting one of the criminal groups.

In the Aguacatera region of Peribán, Tancítaro and Uruapan, Los Viagras and the CJNG also clashed in various bloody events.

In August, an attack by the Jalisco group in Uruapan left 19 people dead, of which nine were hanged on bridges, including two women.

Morelia, the state capital, has not been saved from the wave of violence between the two criminal groups.

At the beginning of December, in just two days, 15 people were executed in different events. In some cases it was indicated that they were drug dealers selling drugs from an antagonistic group.

Last Friday, an armed group aboard at least 15 trucks with the CJNG logo broke into Zamora, a city of 145,000 inhabitants. The criminals vandalized, burned, burned houses and allegedly kidnapped two people.

Last May, also in Zamora, a CJNG command took control of the streets of that city aboard some 50 trucks labeled with their initials.

In their irruption, the hooded and armed subjects killed four municipal policemen, shot at the house of the City Council Secretary, David Martínez Gowman, and against the windows and walls of the Regional Hospital.

17 comments:

  1. Horrible u should be a shame "Amlo"

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    1. What did amlo do?

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    2. Ashamed he fights them yet aids a cartel.
      El Smarto

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    3. AMLO? Why AMLO? Shouldn't you be blaming Silvano Aureoles Conejo, the current governor of Michoacan?

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    4. 7:54 aureoles conejo defends his party PRD and the viagras
      left to him by EPN and el PRI and alfredo Castillos de kagadas.

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  2. 200 is not enough for AMLO. Those 200 didn't recieved the hugs from God.

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  3. Not to mention the ones buried or disposed and unaccounted for.

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  4. Madness utter madness,this society has gone wrong seriously wrong,it used to be about moving and selling drug,now its seen as being a hood celebrity sicario killing each other and being killed for peanuts.Its been al!owed to fester and grow to the point of being able to challenge municipal authorities.
    How do you fix it now that its organised and generational,.mexico has become scary and broke,like some kind of horror story that won't get better with the current crop of venal lazy politicians?

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  5. Sad state of affairs,diologue about mexico is stifled by hysterical nationalism and politics of race "racial profiling" as one fool here stated.

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  6. Mexico could use a good Pinochet-style coup.

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    1. 5:14 tás mās pendejo valiii!
      Fack traitor Pinochet and the horse he rode on in

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  7. Multiply that by maybe 5 and that's the REAL numbers

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  8. That's crazy michiocan is a living hell right now

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  9. Tijuana had over 3 thousand and its just a city and nobody talks about it.

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  10. out of 2000 dead how many arrested for their murders. NONE
    Mexico is Lawless country. Mexico not have the means to stop cartels
    Mexico is run by the cartels.
    Chapo gave a list at court of all he bribed with millions, none been question, what does that tell you.

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