Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Juárez, Chihuahua: Los Mexicles Members Carry Domino and Lego formed Drugs



Video translation is as follows:

The Municipal Police caught some members of Los Mexicles gang by surprise. One of them was in possession of 10 psychotropic pills. The revelation here is that they were in the form of dominoes. As you can see, something new. We have also seen pieces similar to toys that are assembled much in the shape of a trademark that is known as Lego’s. These drugs are in the form of dominos. And there it is. 

This is 20-year-old Alfredo Ace who was located on Pradera Tres Jacales and Puerto de Palos streets in Colonia Tierra Nueva. Upon being subjected to a review, a plastic bag containing 10 pills was found in his possession with the shape of dominoes and the letters L U V. This subject was made available to the Public Prosecutor of the Attorney General's Office for crimes against health.

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20 comments:

  1. He will be let out in two days.

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    1. Not sure, maybe he went in as mexicle and become an azteca.

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  2. I’ve always believed that a person can’t force another person to take drugs. But the influence we give others concerning drugs does affect their judgment. Unfortunately, not everyone will heed those warnings against drug usage. Some people just have to learn shit the hard way.

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    1. Addiction is a disease, there should definitely be a way to find out if you have this before consuming hard drugs. I've consumed meth, hand full of times and I had no problems letting go and never consuming it again. Some people don't even learn the hard way. I've seen people get out of prison and go right back to what got them there.

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    2. I’ll have to commend you 8:54 for having such a strong will to power. Not to many hold such attributes. But what would you say to those who are trying to overcome addiction, how best can it be achieved ?

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    3. One's tolerance differs from others. Same thing with addiction; the aspects from alcohol or drugs. There's always a preference.
      I always believed that impairing one's mind of opportunities by any form of substance, only delays one's sense of rationale. Making oneself no different from a wild animal. Thus; entrenched in a life of miseries.

      Peace

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    4. I really don't have any advice. I have a couple of really close friends here in Juarez who are extremely addicted to meth. I've had several talks with them as I've seen these problems in New Mexico years ago. I've even predicted some of their problems and I've been proven right, still they continue. The meth problem here is only going to get worse.

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    5. Recreational use is one thing but in life’s tough times some people use drugs to cope
      Recreational users can become addicts later in life
      Some hit bottom at 18 and some at 58
      Doing drugs for fun can be imprinted into the brain and become more of a way of life when life ain’t so fun
      Be carful using...

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    6. Change friends who use , change environment , change the way your brain thinks . Getting clean detox is tough .But remaining sober is even tougher . Takes a very strong will too not relapse . Most important is how you occupy time . Given 2nd chances at jobs for recovering addicts would go a long way. Forgiveness and a clean slate , if nothing serious was committed may guide former addicts in right direction .

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    7. @8:54 did u smoke cuz thats what gets u hooked

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    8. Everybody has an addiction to something but it is hard to feel sorry for people that willingly bought about their addiction as in the case with drug users vs say people that involuntarily love to eat for example.
      In other words like when people had a choice to consume drugs vs someone qhi had no choice but the choice happened for them. I,ean we all have to eat correct? Yet not everyone has to consume drugs in the first place.
      This is why regardless if addiction to deugs is labeled a "disease" I, personally feel no sympathy for drug users much less empathy.

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    9. I’m a firm believer that all chemical dependencies are preceded by some form of emotional/psychological disorder. Whether stemming from a minor or catastrophic event, acute or chronic, it’s the brain that seeks the relief and the body carries the toll.

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    10. @4:12 yes I smoked it. It's better. Snorting burns like hell. It's different, more euphoric, like ecstasy but three things I love, sleep, food and my teeth! Lol

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  3. So ? 10 Ecstasy pills ? Lol. Shaped like dominos. Yea there’s all type of shapes.

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  4. I've tried everything here in Sacramento but never seen this LUV things.

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    1. Apparently "ROUND UP" hasn't been on your wishlist. May want to try that since living isn't a priority for u.

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  5. Are those methamphetamine pills? At first they looked like some MDMA pills but I didn’t think that was a big trade in Mexico—leave it to the Dutch and the Belgians.

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    1. The Legos are "ecstacy" and the trade is very big and very much controlled by the cartel here in Juarez.

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  6. Can just picture the cops finding pieces of Lego and Domino in possession of a bad ass dealer who is trying to explain his newfound interest. LOL!

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  7. Legos are a "brand" of MDMA. "Pyschotropic"...ecstacy pills. "LUV" would make sense too.

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