Thursday, January 30, 2020

Mexico City, Mexico: La Unión Tepito Nueva Generación



Video translation is as follows:
Anonymous Merchant: They arrived. Well, they had come to collect on the realty tax. They started to threaten me. They said: Look you son of a bitch. You’re not going to do what you want. You’re going to start paying a monthly fee. All the businesses are going to start paying monthly. He said that if I called the police that I had no idea how many thousands of people they had within their group.

Reporter: At the beginning of the year, merchants from the Historic Center of Mexico City denounced extortion from a new criminal group that calls itself La Unión Tepito Nueva Generación.

And although the authorities say they didn’t know that there was a new criminal cell in the capital, the testimonies show another reality. The newspaper El Universal detailed a case of a small businessman who has his business on Calle Madero and was extorted from the cartel.

Under the threat that they will harm their loved ones, criminals require each business a fee of 50,000 pesos a month in cash. It all starts with a yellow envelope that is left at the door of the business.


Inside there are photographs of the store, the owners, and their children. Then they call the cell phone number of the employer at his address. And they warn them that it’s an extortion.

In some cases to intimidate, they are also left with photos of other victims who resisted, men beaten and bloody. And in most cases the images come with a message written in capital letters that says: WE ARE SERIOUS.

The businesses that have become the target of this supposed new criminal organization are located on Calle Madero in the Historic Center, Eje Central Lázaro Cárdenas, and the Roma - Condesa corridor. All in the Cuauhtémoc municipal center.

For his part, the Secretary of Citizen Security Omar García Harfuch of the nations capital said he was unaware of the existence of the criminal group Unión Tepito Nueva Generación.

As explained by the police chief, the authorities have identified several people who are dedicated to extorting merchants and businesses. And that they pose as members of certain criminal groups.

However, he clarified that this doesn’t mean that a cartel or new criminal group has not emerged as such. We have no indication of the existence of this group. In this administration we have more or less 224 extortionists detained.

In December we had 11 in a specific area of ​​Tepito. Of which 6 were very relevant and all linked to the modus operandi stressed the Secretary of Security Omar García Harfuch of the nations capital.

This past January 10 of this year a business located on Calle José María Marroquí in the Historic Center was consumed by a fire that according to reports from the emergency group of Mexico City was caused after a short circuit.

Nevertheless, the newspaper Milenio released a video showing a man who set fire to the grocery store. In the video you see a person arrive with a dolly loaded with a black bag. Within seconds he lowers it and places it in front of the establishment's metal curtain. 

Subsequently he takes out what appears to be a lighter, sets fire to another object and throw this into the package. However he left the dolly in place. The business that was damaged by the flames belongs to a person who according to witnesses had not paid the so-called realty tax, money demanded by a criminal group.

He is a merchant who has a business in the Centro Histórico on Calle José María Marroquí. There have been several victims and this has been very cumbersome because they are extorting and threatening everywhere. The extortions are above 50,000 pesos.

This is how they do it: in the bags they carry rags and papers, but they’re already presoaked in gasoline or diesel. They bring them near the business and set them on fire. And in the establishments curiously there’s always a dolly outside where they light their fires narrated witnesses and merchants to Milenio News who asked for anonymity.

Sol Prendido Borderland Beat   Source

29 comments:

  1. I thought you were left alone chivis, but got to give it to you, you kept the posts rolling.

    and yaqui? how is she doing?

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  2. sick how their own government is 50% of the criminal equation. The citizens need to wake up and revolt.

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    1. "With what?! You ain't got nothing man!"

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    2. 50%? Without government collusion the crime stats would be lowered to that of countries whose state representatives do not collude, and therefore allow enforcement. I would venture to say the mex gov at ALL levels is fully responsible for the carnage we see today. I say 80 to 90% responsible

      Of course the criminals themselves are responsible for their actions but their actions would be contained if police actually did their fucking job

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  3. Holy Mackerel Dr. Sol, you really dig down at things happening in Mexico. They get the blood tax money put in into a suitcase, and like a pie...to buy more guns and ammo, bribe government officials to look the other way, food and most money goes to the cartel boss, all earned from extortion, drugs, kidnapping.

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  4. How can these people pretend this is not happening
    Charge the President Piso for his seat instead of paying the officals Charge them for their seats
    Now that would turn the tables
    AMLO you want to Stay being President ok Pay Us to keep you there

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    1. Amlo will be President has as wants. He very popular, I don't understand, but he is a winner. Could be there for life

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    2. Actually he collects bribes from cartels, why do you think he does nothing to help lower the death rate. 35,000 died on his watch last year.

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    3. Aquí en Culiacán no existe el cobro de piso a los comerciantes derechos.en cambio los que tienen tienditas o puntos de venta de droga esos si pagan .

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    4. 8:33 you never tried to charge other presidents for sitting on their brains while they occupied the chair, you must have had your cashier up your blankety blankety ass...
      9:56 could be, but AMLO has already signed and Notarized his refusal to seek or accept reelection, even if offered on a silver platter all cooked and well done...
      YouTube: AMLO llega a Campeche con su hijo, asi reciben al presidente mas querido de Mexico/ ABI'S VIDEO

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  5. Guys I'm in Tamps. San Fernando area. I'm west of town , mendez , China highway, I am with a local, who lives on a ranch out here . The Cartel does not molest me. They did ask for my identification. There must be 50 trucks and suburbans, they well armed, saw a 50 Caliber machine gun mounted on a hummer. This is the Zetas Cartel group. The abrazos no abalazos working very well. If u r the cartel. Can't imagination how this group grow in the future. Saluidos Amigos. Getting late don't want to be here at dark. 1/30/20

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    1. Chivas, Me family at Culiacan said the Sinaloa Mafia doesnt extort the local businesses and never has. Senor Guzman and The old man in the hat made this rules many years ago.

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    2. It's only for people like you to believe but best believe that they extort heavily

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    3. Mafias are in it for the 💰, they do what they feel like it. Sinaloa Mafias are no saints 11:23

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    4. i thought the Golfos took that area of Tamps

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    5. They have matamoros, but there talk they work together now. Reynoso I heard took over san Fernando

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    6. Thought SF was CDG?

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    7. Helicopters took out 3 pickups 1/30/20 south of matamoros

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    8. @11:23 they dont extort to themselves so likely most of the merchants are connected to the cartel. With all the money they get they end up opening a lot of different types of legal businesses.

      I highly doubt an outsider can just roll in to Sinaloa, set up a competing shop and not get any static for it.

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  6. Chilangos malandros se aprovechan de la gente inocente. Esos del CJNG o todos los que tengan NG al último son puro cobarde montonero que operan como sus archi enemigos los "Z" aunque estos últimos los originales y cuando iniciaron no eran haci hasta que empezaron a meter puro marrano y pandilleros.

    Zaloc

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    1. Así es, CJNG es una porquería.

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  7. Are these "new generation" cartels part of Jalisco? Or they just use the same kind of name? If not related wouldn't this bug cjng?

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    1. The "Nueva Generación" after a group of extortionists name means affiliation to CJNG, like how gangs in L.A. add the 13 for the Mexican Mafia.

      Cártel Tijuana Nueva Generación.
      Cártel de Juárez Nueva Generación.
      La Unión Tepito Nueva Generación.

      And so it goes, they all trying hard to fuck with El Mayo.

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    2. Actually its nuevo cartel de Juarez

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    3. It means a faction of marros company folded into the bastards. I can’t imagine union tepito OG faction, those loyal to marro would give in after the warring and effort undergone already to battle cjng.

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    4. It means a faction of marros company folded into the bastards. I can’t imagine union tepito OG faction, those loyal to marro would give in after the warring and effort undergone already to battle cjng.

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  8. Todos esos malandros sureños son la misma maña veracruzano ,chilango ,michoacano , guerreros todos les gusta chingar con sus cuotas ala gente que jala derecho.

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  9. DENIAL denial
    short circuit nerdy flick

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