Sunday, July 5, 2020

56 police killed in Guanajuato in six months, the grim outlook as El Mencho advances across Mexico

By Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat
Homicides have tripled in Guanajuato.  Attributed to Mencho’s advancement

Young boy killed by CJNG when sicarios detonated dynamite taped around his neck

Last Friday five Guanajuato Public Security police officers were shot to death in the Municipality of Jerécuaro. This brings the total of those killed in Guanajuato from January to July to 56.

The 2020 total may surpass the 2019 total of 78.  The cities with the most police killings, at the hands of organized crime, are Celaya, with 16, and Silao, with eight. Last year, Guanajuato ended the year with the largest number nationwide.

Five days ago, a security commander, was walking with his wife to a store on Guadalupe Victoria Street in Celaya. They were approached by men who were on motorcycles and they were gunned down with assault rifles. The state police officer, who was on his day off, passed away; his wife survived her injuries.

On June 29, four elements of Public Safety in the municipality including a commander was ambushed by a narco commando while patrolling near the La Joya shopping center in Silao, of which three policemen died and one more was seriously injured.

The killing was attributed to the Santa Rosa de Lima Cartel, (CSRL), whose leader is José Antonio Yépez Ortiz, (El Marro) who accepted responsibility through audio that circulated on social media.

Silao---3 officers killed this week
El Marro said the Silao police massacre was in response to having stopped the motorcade when his mother left the Puentecillas prison last Sunday. According to El Marro, the agents were following orders from the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generación  (CJNG) and threatened to act against police from Silao and other municipalities. 

The same Monday afternoon, a San José Iturbide police commander was assassinated.

At the time of the ambush in last five killings;  "In the face of this criminal attack perpetrated by members of Organized Crime, the Secretary of Public Security of the State reiterates that this attack will not go unpunished, which is why at the moment it supports and contributes to everything necessary before the competent authority for the total clarification,  of the facts but also so that all the weight is applied against the alleged perpetrators," reported the State Public Security.

                          Police vehicles in the Municipality of Jerécuaro, where 5 police were killed

High profile executions involve municipalities in collusion, police and city hall

The sad fact is that these crimes absolutely go without punishment or justice.  If perpetrators are arrested,  typically they are quietly released, especially high-profile cases.

In high profile cases, large showy arrests are conducted before a press pool.  An example is the case of the 43 student teachers that were massacred in Iguala.  A mass arrest transpired.  
But in time, one by one each was released.   Quietly, and without press fanfare.

The only subjects who remain in prison is the corrupt mayor and his wife.  They genuinely were not involved in the case of the 43 but were charged with organized crime crimes. 

An illustration of a police force,  a narco order, and the execution

Eduardo “Lalo” Moreira was a great young man.  I was honored to know him after Hurricane Alex hit in 2010.  He contacted my office about working together on relief efforts.  

Which we did.

Lalo was the son of one of the most hated politicos in Mexico, former Coahuila governor Humberto Moreira.  One good thing can be said about Bert, he loves his children.  Lalo was a love child whom he always visited and during Lalo’s teens, Bert publicly acknowledged as his son.  Lalo never lived with Bert in the mansions of Saltillo.  He lived with his mother in the dusty border town of Acuna, Coahuila.  He was raised differently than his sibs.  And it showed by his compassion and concern for those in need.

Lalo’s uncle Rubén became governor after his brother Bert left Coahuila with the presidency in his eyes.  There was a rift between the brothers.  Which may or may not have led to the decision by the governor to take away Lalo’s armored car and security detail.  

In October 2010, Lalo was on his way to an opening of a sports center when the police chief called him asking to meet at Santa Eulalia, in southern Acuña. 

Lalo called his assistant and said, “I am on my way, but first I am meeting Rodolfo”.  Rodolfo Castillo (police chief).

Those were the last words heard from the new, first-time father.

The “hit” was ordered by Los Zetas.  By Lazca.  Retaliation for the shoot-out death of Miguel Treviño’s nephew in Piedras Negras by state police.

Lalo was an easy hit, a sitting duck.  

“Nephew for Nephew,” said the message.

After the killing, there was a big showy group arrest of the entire police force and the sending of them to the state capital.  The mayor, chief of police were both in collusion. 

The mayor spoke of the 7 police officers suspended due to the investigation.  That number quickly amended to include every member of the force and 4 dispatchers on duty the day of the murder.  (very telling was the absence of the mayor at Lalo's funeral, his uncle the governor also a no-show)

A total of 48 police  were transferred Thursday evening to Saltillo, the state capital of Coahuila, along with Rodolfo Castillo (photo at left) and José Trinidad Sifuentes (possibly Sifuentes) and Victor Sifuentes.    Victor was reported as first on the scene of the murder on the road to Santa Eulalia, in southern Acuña, and discovered Lalo dead with two gunshot wounds to the head.  Victor the supervisor on duty the day of the murder.

Zetas took 4 of the police involved, including Victor shot at least two and tied the extremities of all four.  They threw the bodies in Rio Bravo.  However, Victor was still alive although handcuffed.  He floated to the Del Rio side where he was spotted and picked up by BP.  He was taken to the Del Rio Hospital.



That is where my friend Lacy put the facts together.  No one wanted to become involved on the DR side.  But I began calling federal authorities about Victor who was using the last name “Lima”.  He was transferred to GEO and deported quickly before agencies could get their “stuff” together.  At the time Obama had implemented the fast track deportation program.  

Victor, the "wanted murderer", disguised as a police agent, was sent back to Mexico, where he disappeared into the landscape.

Victor was subsequently picked up in Monclova, Coahuila.  When he was arrested his face still bore the signs of his injuries when he was roughed up and tossed into the Rio. (arrest foto above)

The aforementioned is an example of how collusion works in Mexico municipalities.  From city hall down.

The government is culpable for the state of Mexico’s police agencies, federal, state, and municipal. 

100% of all municipal police in drug plazas are narco-complicit.  How can they not be?  There is no protection or incentive not to become in collusion with narcos.  A refusal is a death warrant.  No matter how honorable the mindset when a person enters the police force, that mindset is quickly changed.

Not only police are in collusion but city hall. And the press takes its orders from organized crime, those brave reporters who dare publish the truth are putting their lives on the line.

Mexico is consistently named as ground zero for the abysmal world title of “Nation with most reporters killed”, sometimes in tandem with places such as Afghanistan.  Last year Mexico surpassed Syria and was first place again as “The Most Dangerous Country for Journalists”.

Journalists, regional reporters, and bloggers must be protected.  It is well beyond time for “remote reporting”.  Such as Zeta Tijuana did after they came under deadly attack.  With the technology that exists today, there is no reason that reporters cannot safely report remotely. 

In over a decade I have not seen a change except for the worse.  

I believe a change must come from the federal level, beginning at the ground level of municipalities.  Beginning at border much can be done, for example rotating teams of police, and remote reporting. 

But nothing will be done until the mindset of Mexican citizens change from apathy to one of being willing to forsake oneself for the betterment of Mexico and future generations.

Escalating CJNG advancement


Homicides have tripled in Guanajuato.  Attributed to Mencho’s advancement.


In fact, I believe the climate of violence today in Mexico is at an unprecedented level.  In the past, there would be 2 or 3 "off the charts" hotspots.  Today it is a half dozen, at least.  So large a number, that the Borderland Beat all-volunteer staff, can’t possibly cover all the “big” news, leaving us in a position of having “to choose” which we report, leaving other important stories unreported.    

The majority of the increase comes from the advancement and power growth from El Mencho and CJNG.  Mencho has changed the dynamic of the drug war, that does not and will not cease, subsequent to any logistical and geographical “win”. 

Over six years ago, I suggested thatMencho is a different kind of leader and the biggest threat to the security of Mexico.  My position is unchanged.  My biggest fear is the massive cache of war weaponry he collects.  There is only one use for those types of weapons.  

Hopefully, he is stopped.  But it won’t be easy.  He is not El Chapo. He is low key, cunning, decisive, perceptive.  Similar to Chapo Isidro but taking evil to the highest level.  He appears to have no boundaries. 


Such as blowing up a kid with dynamite in 2015. This was discovered by authorities when arresting 4 sicarios.  

The footage was on their confiscated cell phones.

In one of them, there is an adult subject, with a boy of about 10 who is crying terrified, with dynamite attached around his neck.  Another video depicts the child being killed when the dynamite was detonated.

A few steps away from a fence, two men kick and shoot a man on the ground, hands tied, who screams in pain, just before the dynamite,  adhered to the chest is detonated.

Consider the fact these videos were not to flood social media and terrorize enemies and citizens.   These were filmed and kept for the enjoyment of the twisted minds who conducted the executions.

In Guanajuato, an elderly lady told the press, “it was peaceful here before the strangers came.”

There is no end in sight or in the foreseeable future.   Mencho is setting up for the “golden ticket”, the one that eluded El Chapo....Tamaulipas, especially Nuevo Laredo.  CDN vs CJNG, such a war will be a blood bath to the magnitude we have not seen before.

81 comments:

  1. This is very true so much at the same time is happening in México, borderland beat staff please don't overwhelm yourselves. You guys have a life, family, hobbies too attend in your time off. Perhaps not all of us, but most of Us appreciate your efforts

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  2. But according to some "people" cjng is welcome in GTO because they "don't mess" with innocents🤦 even though their murders of innocents women n kids are in a daily basis

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  3. Cjng vs cdn will come

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    1. 11:08 n it will be very interesting how cjng will get slaughtered if they make it to NL but it's already here these 2 are fighting each other in SLP Zac tamps

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    2. 1:10 cjng most likely will get slaughter in NL but cdn will never make it to Jalisco that is for sure

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    3. Cause we dont need the plaza de jalisco but cjng needs nvl for thr frontera pero como quiera aqui van a mamar todo jalisco y cdg que entre

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    4. 7:01 who is we? Cjng doesnt need NL either

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    5. N.L. is a great plaza. Just saying.

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  4. Mexico is a mess and is out of control i cant even believe this country is real to me this country is like a movie ,el mencho and his circle are a real security threat like you mentioned and must be stopped otherwise its going to get worse am warning you its closer than you think they must stop this cjng leadership circle before its too late

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  5. Chivis what weaponry does mencho collect that you fear and talk about so much ,can you at least do an article about it am curious to know what type of weaponry he has that scares you so much ?

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    1. Where have you been compa? I have been writing about it since 2013

      here are two articles. and since then cjng has acquired manpads. if you or anyone is unfamiliar with manpads try this link;

      https://medium.com/homeland-security/what-is-a-manpad-do-terrorists-have-them-a83eb14bdd5a

      here are two BB articles:

      http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2016/05/manpads-weaponry-progression-and.html


      http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2013/02/narco-weapon-progression-as-sicarios.html

      Paz.......!

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    2. So CDS, and all other DTO's don't have access to those weapons only CJNG?
      I've states before i lived in GDL in the 80's when Federation would use granades in public places and kill lots of innocent kids and women. Somehow people now think CJNG is a new breed of "violent" crime. To this day i still think CDS is the standard of terrorism and CJNG is right there with them! Par! Not less nor more! Equally violent!

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    3. Oh boy...
      ok, of course CDS and any other cartel thinking it is important to have such weapons could pay the HIGH price, BUT that is the point, there is no use for war weapons such as those in a narco war. did you even read the articles we wrote???? For example a manpad. It is for taking down aircraft. in narco to narco war i am yet to see the need. Grenades vs these weapons? yeah ok. whatever you say.

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  6. Democrats would love that to happen in the U.S.A.

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    1. You are such a fool - and let everybody know it by posting this non-substantial nonsense here. If that idiocy is all you have to "contribute", you should better remain silent. Your real profile name should be "MISS" instead of "SHOOT".

      BTW, thank you Chivis for posting this article, my compassion goes to all the innocent victims of this bloody conflict.

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    2. Right.... Last I knew republicans are the ones who don't want to make make drugs legal. So we ourpour south of the border to keep the mess outside the country. This is not a republican vs democrat things. This is a problem caused by the thirst of drugs from the U.S.

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      Was with you until the last line. Canada doesn’t see to have the same problems as Mexico living next to the big bad boogie monster US

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    4. 8:21 pm don’t be a fool ok. If Canada was on the same location as Mexico it would be them importing hard drugs to the US, but all they have is marijuana. Mexico is the right place to produce heroine, meth, and import cocaine. With low paying jobs and lack of security is perfect for this task. And by the way. Canada is buying all this drugs from Mexico too.

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    5. 821 am

      The foolish way to look at this is that Mexico has this problem because of the US.

      You made my point for me; Canada is buying as well, as well as Europe and the rest of the world.

      We don’t feel sorry for cigarette companies because the horrible smokers are making them sell a deadly product, we blame the manufacturers and distributors.

      How about Mexico create better jobs and more security so they can stop making drug addicts for the rest of the world to deal with.

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    6. 9:39 the US 8nvented Coca~Cola, made with Cocaine, and then they prohibited it when they discovered it was no good, ut they did not stick cocaine up their ass, Simeone discovered it was good business in the Black Market, somebody un the US reorganized cocaine and mariguana trafficking in the 80s while Ronnie was asleep un the oval office...
      --You need to update your ignorance.

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  7. I still don’t think Marro is behind most of these killings. We cannot doubt his intelligence, for being alive and free this long. That being said, it is easy to presume he knows any local terrorism would be purely suicidal.

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  8. This is quality reporting chivis. I had no idea that you were 'in the thick', so to speak. Have you written about the weapons that cjng has accumulated? I have figured out what you are alluding to, after all, weapons of war are not needed in narco to narco combat. They are more for an Escobar vs Colombia like war.

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  9. CJNG will not enter Nuevo Laredo. Thats CDN Zeta Headquarters, although it does seem Tamaulipas state police and the army are on CJNG payroll trying to take CDN out the area but that will never happen.

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    1. Thats how you know who has money and who doesnt, why doesnt cdn get back at cjng and attacks cjng in jalisco like cjng does in NL? Simple answaer cjng has way more power, all it takes is one cdn higher up to get greety and boom!! Cjng has NL! Thats how a real cartel works! Thats how cds use to work until everybody figure out chapo as a snitch, biggest snitch in history by the way

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    2. 10:42 and where are these confrontations that you speak of where you say CJNG brings it to them in NL??? not happening and your bs won't happen either

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    3. 8:22 you abviously new to borderlandbeat there has been a few hits cjng has done in nuevo laredo, was it cdg faction that is working with cjng? Maybe but once cjng makes an announcement they go through it unlike pretty mich all other cartels, do a little research and youll know its true, but ive never heard of cdn doing a hit in guanatos, so?!?!? Whats your point?

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  10. Mencho is being chased all over mexico. All that money and always looking over your shoulder? Is it worth it. I hope so because I sure wouldn't want to be in his shoes. Especially with $10 million on his head and the CIA looking for him. Mencho is a dead man.

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    1. It goes beyond money. It is about power and authority. Being feared.

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    2. 5:10 what power? What authority? Son AND daughter un jail!

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    3. 8:32 Its a strategy just like mayo sending his kids to an usa jail

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  11. After living Mexico, I love the police in the U.S.

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  12. https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2020-07-04/border-patrol-checkpoints-california-cannabis-companies

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  13. “ But nothing will be done until the mindset of MEXICAN citizens change from apathy to one of being willing to forsake oneself for the betterment of Mexico and future generations.”

    And this is exactly why nothing in Mexico will change. The fact is that Mexico is a narco state and completely under the control of the cartels. The military and police are exclusively used to enforce the rule of one cartel over the next. Whoever pays the most gets the benefit of “ protection “. The only time their is problems is when other cartels pay more and the police and military “ switch sides “ of support. This is why they are constantly being killed by the cartels. Presidents Fox and Nieto both made hundreds of millions (US) for their shadow support to the cartels. AMLO is no different, in fact he’s worse because he’s more deceptive. There’s no easier way for a wolf to hide then to put in sheep’s clothing. He pretends to be a man of the people all while he personally let “ the rat “ go free and hugs Chapos mom.

    Most of Mexico is just to blind to see they have been sold out by their greedy politicians.

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    1. I agree, said it millions times. It has become excepted Bahavior.

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    2. What country hasn't sold out for a profitable busines opportunity? Mexico like other countries have been highly criticized for their roles & affiliation with unsavory groups.
      Business investments and opportunities are not being monitored nor regulated for many who hold office. Thus enriching those who think official positions are their golden ticket.
      Mexico like many countries are a political mess. Plaqued with corruption practices and ethically challenged within the courts.

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    3. I am with Amlo have government take over all businesses and industries, give people 100% employment. Amlo is doing good job, he sure the heck run state business.

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    4. 5:54 tàs tan güey bato...
      British and american Banks, the Canadian/Lebanese bank, hace been fined Billions for money laundering, not one mexican...

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  14. When will the US Government declare the narcos terrorist ! It's just a matter of time.

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    1. This coming from a government who continuously violates human rights violations among its citizens.

      The blind leading the blind.

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    2. 2:18 the US government has been full of drug trafficking profiteers and money launderers and many other enablers and accomplices since way before they discovered grifa and opium in India, called it tea and farmed and shipped it all over the world, including forcing it all on China by WAR...

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    3. Care to give any examples @ 6:04? Yeah, I thought so.

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  15. Its a matter of time before the war for tamaulipas cdn vs cjng goes into full swing.. they already have a foot in the door with the metros . More bullshit more killing why cant these dudes understand that if you stop with the bullshit and actually start working there's plenty of money for everyone..

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    1. I live here, hope doesn't happen

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    2. @shoot animo bro! Gente culero espera que sus predicciones se hagan realidad mientras aca uno es el que le topa alv! Si entran por Nuevo Laredo se les hace chikito el culo cuando ven ala gente, mejor quedensen alla alcabo alla si estan a salvo putos pochos de mierda.

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  16. Excellent, informative reporting Chivis, thank you.

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  17. Very good work, Chivis. This story is excellent. The writing is high quality and the whole article is cohesive and relevant. Congratulations, my lady.

    The consistent deterioration of Mexican society just breaks my heart. I wonder and worry about the good people of Mexico. How can they survive amid all the murder, cruelty and chaos? How do they protect themselves and their families? Who is left?

    Where are Porfirio, Carranza and Calles? Is there no one to lead Mexico out of the abyss? I fear for all of us.

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    1. 3:24 there are about 130 millio mexicans, and not even 10% of them are criminal drug trafficking cartel members, no seas mamòn con tus pinchis pantominas de drama mama de telenovela turca...

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  18. Bro I’m not gone lie We might as well call CJNG the Cop Killer Cartel every time I see cops dieing it’s CJNG doing it sheesh Mencho taking out all Police who don’t wanna join CJNG and refuse to work for them or working for Rival Cartels I remember when they killed one of his top Hitmen El Guero the mf who used the Dynamite on the Father and Son after that he had tons of officers assasinated Dude getting too big man safe to say he is #1 Narco Capo In all of Mexico he has passed Mayo Chapo This mf wants to take over all of Mexico and can be the next Hitler if US don’t or others don’t intervene.

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    1. Cop Killer, Baby Killer, you name it. CJNG kill indiscriminately just like the Zetas before them. The only difference is Mencho learned the business from CDS in Jalisco who've been in the game for decades. He has the experience of CDS and the ruthlessness of the Zetas under one banner. If CJNG push for Tamaulipas then we might see a war that eclipses CDS vs CDJ Circa 2008-2012.

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    2. lol calm down..he is more violent but not bigger than M.Z and Chapo.

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  19. Bro I never seen nothing like CJNG watch the documentary on YouTube about how they train the Hitmen Jesus Christ they take them to the Mountains in Jalisco Teach them to Shoot dismember people even eat people yes they making fucking Cannibals One of Mencho Golden Rules is If there is no body there is no crime can u imagine the about of people they Kill on a Daily basis that are never found cause they bury them in mass graves wells, underground or just put them in Acid feed them to Animals Lord help us all cause they can’t take over the World if they get to big and Powerful shit they take over all of Mexico what’s next 👀👀👀 fuck that they need to be stopped DEA get on your shit get the US to help these people are the Devil 👿 and people got the nerve to say CJNG helps the poor looks out for people I wanna hear these stories please respond to this if u live in Mexico 🇲🇽

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    1. Ive said it before! Cjng are Z's in combination with CDS! As bad as zetas and as rich as cds! Thats a bad combo, specially for the rivals

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    2. Facts Bro This a Super Cartel, Rich as Fuck and Deadly Mencho is a Different Capo, A Ex Cop with a Military Mindset On top of that he not Flashy like other Narcos mf would rather live in Mountains forever and stay Lowkey Like Mayo. DEA said they been on him for years and its super difficult to get him he dont make Mistakes lol smh

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    3. Here where im at it seems like they have a pact because viagras and cjng dont cross each others paths anymore. Most of people know where not to go and who runs what. First time you get a warning second time they do what they say they will. These guys are organized and dont care abot the common citizen.

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  20. Excellent piece Chivas.
    Scary, horribly sad stuff that we remain committed to getting out.
    Thanks for all that you do!

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  21. There is a reason mexico is the way it is.Calling it "apathy" is being polite,to say the least.

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  22. As long as the status quo persists Mexico is hopeless. Better off just letting the gringos come in with their drones and special forces. Everyone here knows that if Mexico was under U.S. control crime would go way down. Too many people have died. It’s no longer a matter of national pride. At least is shouldn’t be at this point. It’s a matter of human rights. People are dying and Mexico has demonstrated that it is incapable of stopping it. Let someone else have a turn. It’s not like they could do any worse.

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    1. A turn? You do realize countries don't just allow another to come in and take over right? Not to mention the US would NEVER do that. Then there would be no drugs (that the US Gov helps to get over) which means far less cops, lawyers, judges, prisons and many other jobs not to mention all the money that the "war on drugs" provides. People really should read up on what the US (aka do as I say, not as I do) contributes to it all before making uneducated comments. Btw what about the 116 people shot in Chicago over the weekend? Including the senseless murder of children. There were also several other US cities with very high shooting counts this past weekend.
      Should we ask Canada to come help us out? Bc it happens every single summer holiday. Obv the answer is no. Just showing how irrational that thought process is.

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    2. 5:16 gringos love to impose their peace of the graveyards,
      but by gringos i do not mean american people, but their government does their crap from behind their people's backs, including this "mexican trouble", remember who imposed the War on Drugs? 36 billón dollars were sprint in the FECALATO and EPN REGIMES' 12 YEARS, now their henchmen are dong it on their own...

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    3. 5:16 What the hell???!!!! What are you talking about let the u.s. go in and controll it?!!! For one that's what was said of Afganistan and Iraq🇮🇶...How did that turn out?!!! 2) What should be done is arm the people. Let the average Joe bear arms. I guarantee things would be much different and for the better.

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  23. Hey man this is a civil war, so on a national level who is backing who?? This Is complicated to follow.

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  24. Marro te paso en parte por pendejo. Hubieras expandido tu negocio mas a traficar kilos y mota.

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    1. Tu que sabes lo que hace? No solo se basa en eso. Yo creo que el pendejo es el que miras en el espejo.

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  25. Its really sad whats happening in Mexico right now all cartels are the same arrive into town write up some 3rd grade posters of their arrival and say ur gonna clean up the plaza, no more extortions, blah blah blah and they end up doingthe shame shit or worst

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  26. I must admit this is the best writing you have ever done. Kudos.

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  27. I really hope our president labels these cartels as terrorists so we can wipe them out faster and give them more severe sentences

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  28. wow chivis, where is your book?
    this had me up for two hours using the searchbar accessing and reading related stories. Thank you

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  29. Mencho kills CDN, Michoacanas and their friends polices
    CDN kills innocent people

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  30. It is going to take a very strong leader, one with charisma to get the people on his side then take a very hard hammer to the cartels.....you need to wipe out most of them and be willing to put the rest away for real life sentences before the healing and rebuilding can happen in Mexico.

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  31. The only subjects who remain in prison is the corrupt mayor and his wife. They genuinely were not involved in the case of the 43 but were charged with organized crime crimes.

    But they are relatives of criminals. Her brothers were real cartel figures

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    1. brothers, and parents remember the mothers interrogation interview? we have it here

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  32. Cdg,CDN,cjng and CDS are all in Mty. Look at the drug loads intercepted in the international bridges they all belong to different groups. The thing is they are all hide and operate in San Pedro.

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  33. Bravo, you have evolved into becoming an excellent writer. I have followed you since you were a BB commenting regular.

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  34. Excellent Read " Excellent Writing *
    I love the way you write You are very very good

    Thank You
    Peace

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  35. A dictator coupled with death squads and a reinstatement of the plaza system and a structure similar to the DFS but more strictly controlled. This is the only option.

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  36. Why did the zetas kill the cops who helped them kill lalo?

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