Sunday, March 29, 2020

Comandante "Pin Pon" of Tropa del Infierno killed in Nuevo Laredo

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat  



After a confrontation with the State Police in Nuevo Laredo, Hugo Alejandro Salcido, known as El Porras or Pin Pon, chief operating officer of the CDN, died last night.

The dawn of this Sunday, died, after a confrontation with state police in Nuevo Laredo, Hugo Salcido alias 'El porras' or 'El Pin Pon' , operational head of the Tropa del Infierno Hell Troop , belonging to the Northeast Cartel.

According to official information, the confrontation took place between state police officers and a group of armed men who manned several trucks.


After the shooting, he was seriously injured and later died, Hugo Alejandro Salcido, 'El Porras' or 'El Pin Pon', operational chief of the group.

In fact, an element of the state police died and two more were wounded.

Several of the criminal group was wounded, including the criminal leader who later died at a Medical Care Center in Nuevo Laredo.

'El Pin Pon' was a subordinate of Martín Rodríguez Barbosa alias 'El Cadete' , responsible for the personal security of Juan Gerardo Treviño Chávez alias 'El Huevo' , leader of the now CDN.

The Tamaulipas Attorney General's Office offers a reward of 2 mp for information leading to the capture of 'El Cadete'.

In the confrontation, two vehicles were incinerated  by the impact of the bullets: a patrol and one from the criminal group.

70 comments:

  1. So he was a street boss. To be a street boss for the Zetas you have to be a real pile of caca. This guy murdered the kidnapped child sicarios for the slightest mistake. He chopped up fully awake old ladies and burned little girls alive in front of their parents. Now he dances in the flames, good riddance.

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    1. How do you were you there with him?

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    2. I agree. He should of spent less time plucking his eyebrows and more target practice. Lol.

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    3. I get these guys are not good people but you trying to exaggerate on what they sound sounds dumb, did they kidnap your uncle who was doing illegal things

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    4. 3:27....what u saying is funny but true as "hell" damn a Zeta Street boss must be the stickies the caca in Nueva Laredo !!

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    5. The article says he was the operational chief AKA street boss

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    6. No 8:19 PM, you just don't get it, and since you have not "gotten it" by now, arguing with you is a waste of everyones' time. They kill innocents including babies. And you want to whitewash that, no dum-dum. Watch the news and read a newspaper sometime, duh.

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    7. It sounds like you've got insider scoop. Please expand on the "chopped up fully awake old ladies" comment. Is this a metaphor referencing a powdered substance?

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    8. @12:50 PM

      Good one! :)

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    9. "He should of spent less time plucking his eyebrows"
      Dude i didnt get on it at first,the always startled look,lmao

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  2. Looks like They kill after in The hospital

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    1. And your point is? Shizhead had it coming to him.

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    2. Na looks like he was shot in the back by his own people and was left to bleed out because if he was shot by the piggies estatles he wouldnt look that intact

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  3. How many of these youths have perished for the almighty dollar?
    A lost generation of these individuals whether by gun violence or drugs is astonishing.

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  4. Otro pendejo menos

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  5. Live by infierno, die by infierno. LMAO. Trevinos and all their subordinates are scum

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  6. I don’t know what to laugh at more...his stupid street name or his wanted photo. Good to see trash being taken out. His body should just be dumped at garbage site and forgotten about.

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  7. DEP viejon era chico de edad pero viejo en experiencia, siempre a la vuelta y vuelta en Nectar Lima, bien pendiente con gabacha, fornitura y el AR de tambor. Linea directa para el mando Trevino.

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      This guy knows what hes talkin about

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  8. Two police heroes wounded and one hero died, let us pray for the martyred soul, and heap social praise and high pensions onto the survivors including the family of the martyred. There will always be scum, and to those who would say that the dead scum will just be replaced, I ask you, what other means do you suggest that we do here in Mexico but to obliterate all cartels; this is war, don't fantasize that it is anything but war. We trust that the enemy endured great pain while dying.

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    1. How about just legalizing all drugs? It will not increase the number of users because anyone who wants to try drugs can already find them no problem. There will be far fewer overdoses as people will know exactly what they're buying and how strong it is. Take the money out of the black market and use the taxes/profits to build more addiction treatment centers.

      When was the last time you saw a liquor store owner shooting a rival? When was the last time a liquor distributor attacked the police? The correct answer is you've never seen it happen. But it did happen for a few years during Alcohol prohibition in the 1920s. We are making the same mistakes 100 years later.

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    2. A valid point indeed. The end of prohibition is evident to the results.
      Nevertheless, moral conservative opinions of what is acceptable & not have always dictated policies.

      Economic sense clearly shows the benefits of reforming the current judicial system by allowing health care treatment & educational services as a reversal for consumption & incarceration.

      Good comment though.

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    3. Anyone that calls Mexican cops heroes has obviously never lived in Mexico.

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    4. 3:12 que, what?
      More taxes for politicians to steal?
      The million dollar licenses make legalization possible, and also drives a need for more repeat customers,
      Also, please remember that opioids are still legal but restricted after legalization proved deadly after proving it was addictive, after US lawmakers WHO KNEW BETTER got bribed by the Opioid industry.

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    5. 8:58 PM, you have pointed your comment toward my original comment regarding heroes fighting for us here in Mexico; yes, I am Mexican; and yes, I have lived in Mexico. Yours is perhaps a political statement meant to sidestep the issue that I presented; your only answer is that "I obviously never have lived in Mexico," or else I would not make the statement regarding police and military being heroes. You are absolutely wrong that Mexicans do not consider them heroes when they fight and die for our rights and freedoms from murderers; you might well represent a political faction that would undermine all that is good about Mexico; in any case, shame on your disingenuous attitude. Yes, I understand fully the unfortunate history of criminal corruption that has and does still exist here, but that was never my point and you know that well; but no, you apparently had an agenda. The good martyrs roll in their graves as you spew your deceit whether knowingly or intended.

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    6. 1:16 well, salute heros
      and spare police and military...their discipline gets on the way of doing their job, specially when corruption has left them orphan of morals and ethics and even personal decency in general...

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    7. 9:07 AM. It reads (with difficulty deciphering) as if you harbor negative feelings toward all police and all military; if such is so then you may just be coming from an anarchist leaning, so you should be truthful about it all. Your all-inclusive negativity is getting in the way of you telling us what you believe. Are you a sad misanthrope? Do you mean to tell us that there are no good police and no good military at all in Mexico? If so, then you are totally misinformed from the perch from where you sit casting negative fake news. Is there anything about Mexico that you are cheering? Yes? What heroes are you cheering? Surely not the cartels' jefes?

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    8. 2:53 the brass is all corrupt, or disciplined, a corruption all its own,
      And the rabble bend over backwards for the mandos, the scrambled eggs and their commander in chief...no room for Serpicos there.
      But they are currently serving AMLO,
      that could create some decency stories.

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  9. Why dont they post the losses the police took, those tattoos look professionally done

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  10. Sad how 🇲🇽 has turned out

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    1. 9:07 sad? Why, you will soon be able to go to Mexico,
      and buy your own beech for a few pennies,
      if not for a few centavos,

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  11. THIS IS PINPON, HE PRACTICED IN THE PENAL/ESCAPE OF COMMANDER VIEJITO(NECTAR LIMA) IN THE JUNE OF 2017. THERE IS SONG WRITE COMANDANTE VIEJITO ON YOUTUBE. HE IS THE OLD SCHOOL OF TAKIA, GORDO SAGAHON AND otHERS THAT AMBUSHED POLICE OFFICER IN 2014

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    1. Young but done some snide shit against anyone who fucked with CDN even their own,this guy had a run considering how deep he was in it on the front lines

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  12. I love how in America it isn't just the cops & the crimnals (cartel in Mexico's case) with guns & body armor.. it's your average everyday patriotic American, too.

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    1. And so it should be...long live the Bill of Rights!

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  13. good riddance scumbag

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  14. Pin Pon what does that mean?

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    1. I guess its after the kids lullabie

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    2. IT is derived from a lullaby baby song... so it goes something like this pin pon es un muñeco....... se peina su pelotón con peine de marfil... se la su boquita... bla bla bla...

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  15. All cdn look like typical broke cholitos lol not like los ántrax who had real high class style, cars and women, I’m not a supporter just stating facts

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    1. @2:56 Yeah but look where all the antrax are! Dead or locked up

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    2. By the way what happened to the antrax?

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    3. You are stupid and it is obvious you do not know Mexico,.. both make more than what we know factions. The difference in anthrax and golfos, CDN, is plain and simple not money it is choices, while anthrax wants to dress with Italian shoes cloths the CDN, members do not give a rat's ass and choose to dress like homies, cholos.. tattoos, there is nothing better for them than the power that they assume have,.. most born dirt poor and now that have command of someone they have power to boss people around d and the gun power, see this supplies what they thought was missing their entire lives even though they live a life that will not last,.. I know ex pistoleros,.. and now they have normal job, act normal .... they say that they will never return to that life,... that they are glad they were able to walk away,.. that one of the brothers was tied up for weeks close to a month, and that he used to plead talk to god to forgive everything that he had done and that if he forgave him he would change his life ,... spare his brothers as well.... and someone above made a phone call to release them and they pardoned them.... and now they are respectful to everybody totally different like they saw the light... I have asked one of them to write a book and he said that he is afraid,.. then I told him what about in 20 plus years and he said.. maybe.... would share more but I myself is afraid .... you never now .... who finds out what you know... my 2 cents

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    4. Yeah different lives,these CDN guys are more down and dirty,always on call always can be killed

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    5. That's because CDN puts in work and not dressing up for pictures for social media!

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    6. They look like “cholos” you might think but they certainly are not acting like west coast cholos, in nuevo laredo its a style to be tatted up but not like bangers, they do like wearing designer clothes also.

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    7. The broke ass cholo look is created by the mophakas getting by on some daily coins for the maruchan and using second hand garras from mexican flea markets.

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  16. I'm pretty sure C.D.N. didn't bribed estatales this month, it's the reason that they went to hunt down pinpon

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  17. CDN used to have NL on lock. What went wrong? I guess even the worst evil doesnt last forever.

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    1. True. Sooner or later even the most highly advanced regressive system attacks itself & disintegrates or degrades into something simple, it's just a matter or standing back don't get involved watch and wait & wait and watch. It might take millions of years but it will happen guaranteed if you wait long enough. Without exception every dark lord I've faced,even while i've been powerless, has eventually dissolved away what I don't understand is why they keep coming back. Like something outside our realm keeps trying to attack us, from a higher dimension, the same old story on repeat over a long time.

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    2. They still have NL on lock you fool just cause they shoot it out with the govt doesn't mean they don't control it.. They're the only criminal group in NL so guess what? they control it!

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    3. No they're not...
      Aldo el gato from san pedro is operating..
      Along with various factions of the sinaloa and cdg cartel in the san nicolas area and mty..
      Also there's like 3 independent groups that arr clashing in silence with the cdn..
      So, no...

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    4. @8:16 AM Very astute. It’s power of the evil one, to who’s music they have danced from the beginning. The only thing that changes is the name.

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    5. there hasnt been Golfos in NL for damn near a decade

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    6. 10:42 exactly like I said no other groups are in NL only CDN

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  18. I still don't understand why directly go at police ifficers??I mean like 🤷whatever tho

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    1. Yes hombie whatever bro lol.

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    2. 8:04 are you blond? Just asking for a friend

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    3. 2:07 he is blond,
      except for Las Greñas on the overthere. Typical.

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      Lmao too much

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  19. Pin Pon, Takia, Pollo...CDN leadership getting the heat. Maybe Mencho's $$$ at work...that's what Mencho does.

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  20. He don’t look like he was in a serious shootout his body looks like it may have taken small arms fire at most cause when they get shot with a AR or AK round you can see the trama to the body’s CDN members are mostly all youngsters who grow up in the streets they remind me of any other gang member that you see in L.A the only difference is in Mexico you can do anything and in the U.S.A they can’t get away with 1/4 of the things they get away with in MX

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  21. He had a song and goes like this: Pinpon es un muñeco feo y de carton, se lava la carita con agua y con jabon

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  22. he was in charge to kidnap people in nuevo laredo an take pictures mexicans and americans

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  23. Claramente alguien de su cuadro lo traicionó y le disparó por detrás, si los puercitos (corrupt cops) le tiran lo abujeran como panal.

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  24. Pinche estatales ratas culeros pero ah todos les llegara su hora con el cdn bo te metes culero. Cual pinche heroes si estos culeros nomas robaron dinero ala raza y por eso todos estos culeros van a mamar. Pinpon murio guerriando solo a tracion del pinche SSP pero como era de los viejos tumbo a un pinche estatal que se llamava comandante bolsitas todos son golfos con clave de 111 de victoria ya que el gobernador el caveza de mierda les regalo el penal alas golfas cuando entro el. Dejense de mmds gente panocha estos estatales son corruptos y ratas y por eso van a mamar.pinpon,takia,Padilla, kalia ,kenzo,gordo,viejito,muneca,flako,negro,todos eran de guerra que tenian escuela de comandantes grandes como ardilla,guerra,vale,rama. Y asi todos le meterion chingo de jale ala compania por que eran fieles los cabrones. Y recuerden culeros nuevo laredoo territorio cdnZ kale a quien le kale putos no pueden y no podran

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