Friday, April 10, 2020

Commando attacks and robs gold mine in Sonora and they flee in a small plane

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat  TY GUS  Source


This Wednesday the Sahuaripa mine in Sonora was robbed by a group of five armed men, who subdued security personnel to extract doré bars, an alloy of gold and silver.

The Alamos Gold company stated in a press release that the criminals carried high-powered weapons with which they subdued the mine guards and later fled in a small plane.

The information indicates that everything happened when the doré bars were loaded onto the plane.

The assault lasted about 10 minutes, according to the statements of the guards, they extracted the bars while a Cessna-206 type plane landed on the runway of the mine where they fled.

According to the company, the stolen ore bars are insured against theft. The Mulatos Mine activated its security protocols and notified the corresponding authorities to locate the aircraft and the stolen mineral.

Just over two weeks ago, another assault occurred on a mining company in the state.

Two armored trucks carrying gold and silver from the La Herradura mine, owned by the Penmont company, were assaulted on March 22 by an armed command in Caborca, Sonora.

The vehicles of the SEPSA company were intercepted by the criminals at around 2:00 p.m., a dump truck went through them to block the path that leads from the mine to the federal highway No. 2, at the height of the El Diamante ejido.

The six employees who were traveling in the trucks were beaten, one of them with minor injuries, while the rest were treated by company doctors who, after reviewing their health, released them.

The amount of the stolen was not disclosed, but according to a statement issued by the Penmont mining company, a subsidiary of Grupo Fresnillo, the armored trucks carried doré bars, an alloy of gold and silver, which "are insured according to the security protocols that the company follows”.

Chivis Note:


The mine is apx 220 km air miles east of Hermosillo, Sonora.  The  Mulatos Mine was acquired for $10 million in 2003 and grown to become a consistent gold producer and significant cash flow generator.  To date, Mulatos has generated approximately $420 million in free cash flow.

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23 comments:

  1. They are always robbing them minds I remember not that long ago they stole millions in gold bars from 3 poorly harmed guards that were transporting it in a van what a joke me personally think that it’s the mines owners getting payed 2x 1 from the insurance and the other from the sale of the gold it’s a easy for them to just wait and make it look like they just mined it there’s no way to tell if they just melt it and stamp it again

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  2. "To date, Mulatos has generated approximately $420 million in free cash flow."

    There is nothing free about mining.



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  3. Try that in Neveda doubt they would get away If you see a plane landing at your mine knowing The Owners/ CEOs arnt due in You would think alarms would be going off
    Buy hey this is Mexico
    I wonder if Insurance companys are involoved Seems with so much theft they would Demand protocols in place
    to make sure they do not lose so much Those bars are heavy not easy to carry Maybe stealing from your own company ??
    not much would suprise me at this point

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    1. They assaulted the place first and while the assault was going on is when the plane landed

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    2. Mining On the US is not a good business because miners want to make 100 dollars an hour mining coal, and 1000 usd per hour mining gold...
      --Their unions only exist to funnel their votes to candidates that will approve their opiate prescriptions and welfare checks and to support themselves with government subsidies.

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  4. Sounds like an inside job.
    Along with the sale of a mine which clearly indicates its estimated value more than its purchase.

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    1. German Larrea of Grupo Mexico may be nationalizing the gold since he can't nationalize the Canadian Mineras, be went to become a billionaire when the STMMSSRM Secretary General Napolion Gomez Urrutia got persecuted by FECAL and had to escape to CANADA...His Daddy and former secretario Napolion Gomez Sada who made napito secretary was never persecuted by the PRIISTA REGIMES, german larrea knows no boundaries.

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  5. Animo Sicarios
    This was a special operations conducted by highly trained operatives trained by Mossad and CIA S.A.D unit They did a HALO jump from the Cesna at 20000 feet . They parachuted at the mine picked up the gold and left on the Cesna.

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    1. Your full of shit bro cessnas do 18.5k ft at the most

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    2. Did you abandon your jefe Chapo?

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    3. Okay, Hollywood 006.

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    4. Why do you even comment back? He’s like a toxic ex!

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    5. Pobres lambe huevos bolas de culebras
      ASI nomas locos

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  6. Communications may have records of who called who, you could blame the mexican mining companies for trying to recover for mexicans what is mexicans, formerly nationalized mining industy gold and silver ingots, insured to double double earnings for the canadians stolen by air, stolen by truck, by Mexicans
    Who made a BIG spill of poisons into the Pacific? Some mexican mining co.

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  7. This make great movie. Congratulations u got away, next time the gold miner should hire Blackwater, that's security. Or maybe they were Blackwater. With slack of security in Mexico, it had to be easy. Kinda funny

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  8. Amlo give 10% to the poor, 40% for u, send me the other 50%. Go Morena

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  9. Literally, like this is the shit you see in a movie

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  10. The mine announced before this incident that it was suspending operations as a result of the pandemic - https://www.kitco.com/news/2020-04-02/Alamos-Gold-temporarily-suspends-mining-at-Mulatos-guidance-suspended.html

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  11. 10 million dollars for 420 million, makes one hell of a profit depending on the amount invested in operations.
    This is one more reason why the people stay poor. If the people had the money, they wouldn't have to steal.

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    1. 8:05 FECAL, FOX, SALINAS, EPN, ZEDILLO, the neoliberals sold everything they could not steal at fire sale prices, for kickbacks deposited directly in their favorite bank accounts...that is the transparency you get from satraps selling you neoliberal russian oligarch styled BS, all the while accusing the cartels that work their drug traffick8ng for them and their associate money laundering banks.

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  12. Transporting the gold bars in a 1977 red van with white racing stripes on the sides, no guards and on a desolate road.

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  13. "The Mulatos Mine was acquired for $10 million in 2003 and grown to become a consistent gold producer and significant cash flow generator. To date, Mulatos has generated approximately $420 million in free cash flow." That was a sweet deal for the buyer, over 24 million a year for the last 17 years selling minerals, or possibly selling 420*?
    *It started as the police code for Marijuana Smoking in Progress. After local heads heard of the police call, they started using the expression 420 when referring to herb - Let's Go 420, dude!” ..

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