Wednesday, January 1, 2020

Nuevo Laredo: Images from CDN La Furia Negra clash


Yesterday afternoon there was an aggression against elements of the well-known La Furia Negra, [Black Fury] which after repelling the aggression killed 3 hitmen of the Northeast CDN Cartel.

The group known as La Furia Negra  are Special Forces of the Tamaulipas State Police formed targeting drug traffickers.

They are very aggressive and some reports accuse them of extrajudicial executions.

Images from yesterday as published on Valor por Tamaulipas

 images are graphic 





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    1. I'm not sorry those people not like old cartels they don't know how to keep people save they get what they ask for

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  2. Great news, go in swift and hard, no surrender to these degenerates, kill them all on site.

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  3. Someone's objective to eliminate a rival.
    Question is? Who & what cartel?
    Have yet to hear that special forces (incognito) are purging societies diseases without municipal/military interference.
    These individuals are following orders. Don't be FOOLED by these crusaders.

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  4. What do you know about who's involved in the killings inside the Zacatecas prison? CDG?

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  5. There was another shoutout today that could be heard across the border in Laredo Tx.

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    Nuevo Laredo Frontera al rojo vivo

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  6. La furia negra la que les metieron a los de cdn

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  7. Doubt the official story. Shot up bodies, but no bullet impacts on the vehicles suggests another truth.

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  8. There may have been up to 9 killed and there are murmurs of dodgy goings on in terms of CDN attacking Furia?
    Either way they look like sicarios who run round with automatic weapons so they are fair game to shoot and kill

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  9. Look at the pics on valor.looks like some of the gear was put on the after the fact.guys are covered in blood but they have clean gear.the way his arms are crossed in the truck.no weapon visible.just looks odd

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  10. Webb Co. Sheriff advising against travel across to Nuevo Laredo due to clash between opposing cartels.

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  11. These so called "Troops from hell" are just kidnapped children handed guns and forced to circulate and engage in firefights, kill and torture people. They know full well the consequences if they are caught by the other side. They full well know the consequences if they refuse to fight. Chopped and bagged in either case. So all they can do is hope to be killed in a firefight (a quick death) or get arrested. This is why narcos always take their wounded if possible. Cuz if they don't they get chopped and bagged.

    Lather, Rinse, Repeat. For years and years and years. The children of Mexico are being chewed up as cannon fodder for drug mafias. How does it end?

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  12. Wonderful, best New Year's present we could imagine thanks to our heros in black. Let's have a lot more please.

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  13. Thank you Governor Francisco, Amlo do anything.

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  14. I appreciate Borderland Beat's need to warn about "Graphic Images". After years of following BB, the images in this article are not "graphic" at all. In fact, as it relates to the extreme violence Mexico, the images are actually mundane.

    I recognize that my post says something about me. What it says you can decide after you think about what I write.

    1. Ready Availability of violence data. Digital data on violence "worldwide" is now available, in text, sound, pictorial, and videos formats, via the Internet.

    2. Psychological Impacts. The regular viewing of "graphic" violence contents eventually causes psychological changes in the viewer. Over time, partaking of such contents makes one somewhat jaded (a defense mechanism, I am sure). Certain occupations that involve immersion in violence are known for this "jaded" syndrome. To name one, Nazi concentration guards and their Jewish capos often were decent individuals in civilian life. These people were subjected to mind altering processes that caused them to be actors in industrial level homicides.

    3. Societal Rationalizations to chronic and massive violence. Societal imersion in violent human content as an (a) Observer, (b) participant, and (c) vicariously can change the nature of entire societies.

    Item 3, above is very disturbing for its wider implications, because, it suggests that entire societies can become "jaded" to extreme violence.

    What was once intolerable, heinous, digusting, repugnant in Mexico may have become consciously mundane, but unconsciously toxic for individuals, per se, and for entire societies.
    Question: Has Mexican society as an aggregate of individuals, been changed by the extremes of chronic violence over the last 20 years? If you think so, then, this realization should concern it's thinkers and policy makers. Basically, I am suggesting that mental health issues at a massive societal level now exist in Mexico. Think of the widows, orphans, kinfolk, neighbors, friends, merchants, doctors, priests, teachers, etc, etc, that carry PTSD symptoms secondary to past and present violence.

    I think about all the above, and it concerns me a lot. The entire Mexican society is wounded from a social-psychiatric POV.

    P.S. I did not intend to expound on the topic, but once I started writing, I could not stop. I welcome feedback from anyone, but especially those who have personally been victims of violence.
    Mexico-Watcher


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    1. You can't come on here trying to tell the mod how to run his own website dude who do you think you are? This is the only website that shows us what's actually going on, and one other, if it doesn't appeal to you, you're free to go to another website.

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    2. Thank you DavidDavid---but he is a good guy but in this instance I am surprised he would want to be the one to set the standard. which is an impossible task Paz Chivis

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    3. So turning blind eyes to the realities of what is happening is somehow a more valid solution? This world isn’t a safe space. While I understand your concerns in regards to societal impacts, we cannot turn blind eyes in the name of safe spaces, or to suppress the truth of what is really happening.

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    4. 535 last I checked with live in a free country, BB does thier best to show the truth, if you don't like the graphic pics that come from Mexico, because you don't consider them too graphic, then that's your problem go to another site. Sarcastic fool.

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    5. With all due respect, you can’t draw the line for others. I left of the warning in the past, for images of dead bodies that did not necessarily meet my personal standard of "don't want to see" but many were offended that I did not post a warning.

      In the early years BB sometimes posted very graphic pics on first page and had no warnings. I always have given warnings and don't try to guess what graphic means for others.

      I do warn of “EXTREME graphic” fotos if it is at a high degree of graphic horror. Our job is hard enough to try and appease everyone or worry about disappointing people because the images are not graphic enough.

      I never thought I would be addressing this

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    6. It would be far more appropriate to email Chivis if you have a suggestion then taking up 10 paragraphs and making it an off topic topic.

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    7. The problem is you have one group that is very overexposed to violence, and the other completely blissfully unaware. So then you have the absurd viewpoint that US Border Patrol is conducting a migrant holocaust, or that "hugs, not bullets" therapy is somehow more effective than surgical removal of the disease.

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    8. Borderland beat has posted "minors" cutup naked with their privates showing...specifically 2 boys from Reynosa who were my daughters classmates.....I threw a fit and was blocked....but at least minors are no longer being displayed like that on borderland beat..

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    9. Yeah but can you zoom in on these graphical images!?





      It's a joke Chivis! (based on those other comments)

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    10. hey bb fans...take a lap. the guy is just making a comment, just telling how he feels and thinks about a subject often discussed on bb. you guys jump down his throat!? he has something to say, as you have something to say. why are you so defensive?

      Chivis does a heck of a good job managing the bb crowd on everything from graphic photos to mexican politics. listen to chivis, she has a lot of good stuff and she gives everyone a chance.

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    11. Before the digital age, I remember those magazines that I would see in Mexico during my travels, the Alarma, I think it was called, and other such magazines that glorified mayhem and gore, people killed in horrific incidents and splayed out in glossy color photographs. Mexican culture doesn't hide death, it's an in your face recognition. At highway traffic accidents with fatalities, I remember people pulling over in their vehicles and basically tailgating watching the deceased being pulled out.

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    12. Yes 5:35, violence can change societies, and that is why all cartel scum need to be evaporated on site. Your premise is mind-fuck psych (AMLO) bullshit theory from a sophomoric perspective on the realities. Did you think about all the PTSD caused on innocents by the scum cartels? Cartels don't sit around discussing how to be gentle to society with Gestalt consciousness theory, they are Nazis. Society must kill Nazis before they take hold, history proves such. As another great BB author put it, "welcome to thunderdome." You are always welcome to leave for Disneyland.

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    13. @5:16PM Right. The idiots who whined about this guy's comment are the real fools. He didn't try to dictate how this site does things at all. He just gave his opinion on what he has seen and he has all these morons jumping down his throat. Disgusting.

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    14. At 12:38 PM, you are doing the same thing that you suggest is "Disgusting." You are seemingly suggesting that if folks here do not agree with what they determine is errant authorship that they need be quiet. You might be one of those commenter's who use demagoguery of "poor me" to get your militant politics across to some weaker souls; just look at your words, "whining," "morons," "jumping down 'his' throat." We here are not weak, and we speak our minds in a free society, which you seem to want to readily censor with your "poor me" militant dictatorial diatribe. It's funny but I was not one of those who initially commented; that is, until I viewed what you slipped in then I was urged to add ought, all toward free speech.

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    15. 10:06 TL;DR Like the saying goes "Hit dogs holler". Why else would you stick your head up if what I said didn't apply to you? Cry me a river. Pathetic.

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    16. 8:08, you are a party of one it seems. Seems that you are one whom uses the attacking stance thinking that is dialogue; what it is is facist. This BB arena is better than that, your writing is displaced.

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  15. Furia Negra is the governor cabeza de cagadas de vacas de vacas death squad, supposedly more effective than Fuerza Tamaulipas, these kills look staged AF, both men on pic 1 with the same ill fitting kneepads down...tejas born cabeza de cagadas de vacas is some corrupt drug trafficking motherfacker who got his start in politics financed by Osiel Cardenas Guillen to become Rwynosa mayor...he was a tejas gangbanger in his youth too, a fact covered up by tejano narco-politicians and LEOS.

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  16. What are the odds these are just more kidnapped college kids posed for social media like that one time?

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    1. Those guys last were indeed real CDN members...they were all posing on Facebook showing off their Tropa gear. Yea...sure, they were allegedly "extra-judicially killed"...whatever the fuck that is supposed to mean coming out of the Mexican government's mouth. Long live La Furia Negra!!! Lose Pepes Part Deux.

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  17. Why is there blood on the bottom of the their shoes

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  18. La Furia negras take no prisoners. Kill kill

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  19. A calm peace comes over me as I view the death of these murderers of children and other innocents. It's war--many out there forget just that--and I feel victorious when I see what our protectors have done owing to their sense of duty and patriotism. To turn my back by not viewing the fruit of the heroes' sacrifices would be unpatriotic and cause me great distress. Only cowards and drunkards turn their back and say "it's not my war, so hide the pictures of war, I don't want to see." Onward Christian Soldiers.

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  20. "Forget it Jake, it's Chinatown."

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  21. Serve bullets swallow bullets.

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