Friday, January 10, 2020

8 CDN narcos [Members] killed in Guerrero Coahuila

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat  Reforma



Eight armed civilians were killed in the Municipality of Guerrero by elements of the State security forces, the Coahuila Public Security Secretariat reported.

Through a statement, the agency explained that at about 3:30 pm, in this town located about 40 kilometers from Piedras Negras, police agents were attacked by subjects carrying long weapons with acronyms from the Northeast Cartel.

"The events, which the State Attorney General's Office was informed, happened at the Santa Teresa Ranch, where the elements of the State Police repelled a firearm aggression," he said.

"In the place long weapons and cartridges were secured, whose quantification is still in process, as well as supplies with the acronym CDN."


After the report of the armed aggression, elements of the Ministry of National Defense and the National Guard, as well as members of the different police corporations, moved to the area.


36 comments:

  1. Looks like that gun was staged

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    1. Yes it does.
      Under whose orders?

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    2. LOL why does everyone say that....btw who cares if it was just another dead scumbag cockroach. The should just start executing gang members, associates and family on sight.

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    3. @1005 naaaah it always falls the same way, just like the car falling off a cliff always explode in the TV show

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    4. Yeh it looks staged. But FUCK CDN animal scum, and their terrorizing of unarmed civilians. They are a scourge. They’re not the only ones but they’d be a good group to fully eradicate with a Dillon gun from an armed chopper. Enough pussy footing around with these assholes

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    5. Kinda like every dead body looks like Jesus on cross feet crossed over arms out

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    6. 1:57 As the OP, I agree with you wholeheartedly. I was just saying. The scrape marks in the sand look funny, but totally agree. One less criminal, one more blessing for the local population.

      5:26 lol classic and true.

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    7. A full investigation by independent fact checkers would reveal that these 8 people were low level fall guys that received nothing but bullets instead a chance to surrender, the government chooses to murder for charges that could be a prison sentence and that after investigating who recruited them, usually state police looking to make points with murdering narco-governors...meanwhile bertie boy moreira enjoys his ill gotten millions of dollars, all of them owed by Coahuilenses to the different banks defrauded by moreira, alias "el Bertie Boy"

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  2. Well in pretty sure cdn sicarios killed off alot of Clemente aswell, those casualties never get reported i wonder why

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  3. ¿Puedo hacer una solicitud? Civiles que poseen armas para uso exclusivo de militares no son civiles. Son criminales. La palabra civiles hace la imagen de tener inocencia. Estas personas son bestias y deben ser tratadas como no humanas.

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    1. While I agree, and chose to change the title accordingly, it is what Mexican press usually refers to them as. It is a legal issue, and supposedly one is to write "alleged criminals" if the person has not been convicted of a crime.

      The title was supposed to read "armed civilians" I changed it to narcos..

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    2. There's no such thing as justice in Mexico whether you're a suspect, known criminal or an innocent civilian. Thankfully, the highly trained and skilled journalists here at BB can make the distinction between guilty or not.

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    3. Thanks as always for your dedication Chivis

      Frank

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    4. The "narcos" charge and their possession of weapons are suspect, no effort done to investigate the police and co allegations of having been assaulted.
      The history of Tlatlaya, among many other FALSOS POSITIVOS discovered in Colombia, Mexico, oaxaca, Guerrero, Vietnam, and in a Saudi embassy in Turkey among many other crimes of state have taught us not to accept government sanitized versions of their cover-ups...Chivis...the death count is itself an indictment●< this is a period

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    5. I am glad you changed it to narcos as to me 'armed civilians' could be confused with self denfense groups.(the good guys rather than the bad guys)

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    6. Es un hecho que la gobernación gasta millones de pesos en la televisión y anuncios sobre lo excelente que está ayudando a los ciudadanos de México. Debería permitir parte del dinero en mantas y carteles publicitarios que le dicen a la gente lo malvados que son los delincuentes. especialmente en mi estado de michoacán y otros como guanajuato, coahuila y tamaulipas. Los fosas y el piso deberían hacerse públicos en la guerra contra los inocentes. Si una persona debe ir a La Mira Michoacán y preguntar sobre la seguridad de los mineros de hierro o al puerto de Lázaro Cárdenas y preguntar por qué aduana no inspecciona los barriles de productos químicos usados ​​para fabricar drogas venenosas, su vida útil restante se puede medir en horas Si el puerto de Lázaro Cárdenas estuviera cerrado para los drogistas, tal vez una gran parte de los productos químicos utilizados para fabricar krystal y poderosos narcóticos caerían. Gobernacion pretende controlar esto. Por qué AMLO no confronta a China sobre la disponibilidad de estos químicos de terror sigue siendo un misterio para mí. Necesitamos mucha más transparencia en el gobierno federal y estatal. No vale la pena intentar limpiar al gobierno local. Está perdido.

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    7. Excellent points especially about China.

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  4. Good news cartel terrorists getting justice.

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  5. Great news,just keep killing each others!!!

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  6. Narcos? More like scumbags.

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  7. I’m starting to think that CDN is getting hunted down and killed by the government they always seem to be the ones (CDN)ambushing the other guys but never kill nobody and all get killed?i know that when you ambush a group there off guard and you most likely kill a few with the first shots your guys spray it’s starting to look like maybe someone paying to help clean the plaza

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    1. They aren’t even a cartel. Their a gang at this point. They favour murder more than making money.
      La barbie was right just a bunch of mugrosos.
      -SD

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    2. 3:30 YOU ARE RIGHT mister, these miserable "scunbags" would be using sling shots if it were not for imported or planted weapons rich wise ass scunbags use to justify their murders and assassinations and big pay checks...state police are private security criminals all over Mexico.

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    3. No, they declared all out war them selfs lol other cartels try to avoid topones, not these idiots.

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    4. La barbie faced the real zetas and got his ass kicked out of nuevo laredo so his opinion of cdn dont count. The cdn are just a faction of the zetas but the fact that they control nuevo laredo gives them enough money to keep operating. So the big majority of drugs crossing thru there is theres or they get a cut.Their push into coahuila is not going well. Their push into the frontera chica (cdg turf) and their push into moterrey has also slowed. They seem to be in the defensive lately. The governor of tamaulipas still wants to take them out.

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  8. Que bueno pinches cdn valen verga

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  9. Police kick the gun just incase the individual still alive and won't try to use it again

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  10. The Cartels r doing well under this administration. They will do very well in 2020. Maybe they can top 2019 murder rate. That should make them proud. Amlo says the country economy is strong, corruption is over, hug Criminals, and everybody is Happy, Happ. Me hope is right, I am on the border, and everything is bad.

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  11. Start with Cdn and Cjng and maybe CDG and Tijuana and CDs no more breaks.either Mexico does the job or let USA.do it.too many people running over here and bringing their problems to our communities here in USA.stay over there like the Central Americans stay over there nothing here for them.

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    1. Then ask your country to do something about drug addiction and demand cause you guys are the ones buying it. Also tell them to do something with the guns crossing our border everyday, because all those guns end on those criminals hands.
      No guns no war ,and the cartel members wouldn't fight police with rocks or sticks.

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  12. This wasnt in Guerrero, it was closer to Hidalgo. One of them escaped and was found on the US side with gunshot wounds.....Lacey

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