Wednesday, July 29, 2020

CDN leaves severed head in front of home of Tamaulipas public prosecutor

"MX" for Borderland Beat

Suspected members of the Northeast Cartel (Cártel del Noreste, CDN) left a severed head in front of the home of a Tamaulipas public prosecutor who has led important investigations against them. After the cartel members dumped the head in a plastic bag, they fired several rounds into the air and fled the scene before authorities arrived.

Investigators discovered that the assailants left a written poster threatening the official. This gruesome incident took place in Ciudad Victoria, the state capital. This city is the center of operations of the Old School Zetas (Zetas Vieja Escuela, ZVE), a rival faction of the CDN.

The public prosecutor in question is Jose Trinidad Brambila Cardenas. He has led multiple investigations against the CDN that have resulted in important arrests. One of his key cases is the one that resulted in the arrest of Ana Isabel Treviño Morales, sister of former Zetas leader Miguel Angel Trevino Morales ("Z-40").

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The severed head was left inside a black plastic bag


A written message was left next to the severed head; the victim's identity is unknown

The poster left at the scene calls out the agent by his name and accuses him of falsifying cases against others and that they would go after him regardless of how much time passes. The message was signed by an "admirer" but investigators suspect it was the CDN given the agent's actions against them.

Rough translation of the poster's message:
"I leave you this so you know I haven't forgotten about you. I will keep waiting for you in the other presidential term and in the next one too. You and your colleagues will soon realize that your superiors will no longer support you and your fabricated cases. Remember that there is no statute of limitation between us."
Sources: Valor Tamaulipeco (1); Valor Tamaulipeco (2); Inspector Nocturno; El Financiero

31 comments:

  1. Yikes 😳 what are the chances this guy who was killed was just an innocent civilian?

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    1. Well, CDN have been picking up a lot of CDG lookouts at Los Guerra and Comales in Miguel Alemán. CDG hitmen run away when they see CDN coming so CDN grabs the defenseless halcones and kill them.

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    2. My guess is he’s been in or around the drug scene

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    3. Very possible, but now we except these crimes as just part of life. I am so lucky most of my family is safe.

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    4. Most of the times, they grab anyone on the street to post a manta. Burachos are easy targets.
      I ask myself, why are they afraid to put a head in front of obradors home?

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    5. 50-50 chance either criminal or innocent.

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    6. Cowards! They think these scare tactics work. They fight like little girls. They never do anything alone. They are always in numbers and hiding behind masks. The apocalypse for these cartel maniac's is coming soon. They are just too stupid to know it yet. They will soon see what real "power" is. Put on a uniform, come out in the open and fight like men. They are a disgrace to Mexico and the Mexican people. Everyone is sick of their bullshit, cowardly acts of violence.

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    7. Not sure, suffice to say, he won't be the head of any cartel.

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    8. @9:31 - Bro, Los Guerra and Comales are like 5 hours away from Cd. Victoria. I don’t disagree with you but I doubt a CDG halcón from there was taken all the way to Victoria. It’s unreasonable...

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  2. Animo compadres!

    This is why the CJNG was created in the first place! To get rid of these Zetas cucarachas who disturb the peace! If the corrupt authorities in Tamaulipas would put their people first and invite us in, we could exterminate these 🐀 in short time! We did it in Michoacán we can do it again!

    Caballero de Jalisco🏴‍☠️🇲🇽

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  3. 99% of cartel members give the other 1% a bad reputation...

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  4. Of course it was an innocent civilian. Think about the statement being made in the manta.

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  5. im surprised they just didnt kill the prosecutor. What can he do now? Just quit? Not like the dam government will protect him or his family.

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  6. Good chances he was just some hapless bloke.
    The terror still works, be the victims legit, or randomly selected.
    Everyone gets the idea that could be them if the Cartels are displeased, so maybe slightly more effective if the victims are truly innocent.
    I think that grandmother that they carved up the other week could have been some old lady that was the grandmother of a rival siccaro that fell out of favor, but it could have been anyone.

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  7. Probably was just a random homeless addict. Sad

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  8. Yes things are getting worse, can u imagine how bad it will be in 4 years. Amlo and his Hugs, I don't think , criminals, r Hugging u. Maybe Chapo mother.

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  9. Lebaron are sueing the Juárez Cartel lmao

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    1. 1038
      Your fuckin messin arent you?

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  10. Animo compadres!

    This is why CJNG was created in the first place! To drive out these Zetas roaches! If the corrupt authorities in Tamaulipas would put their ppl first and invite us in, we would drive these 🐀 out in little time. We did it in Michoacán we can do it again!

    Caballero de Jalisco🏴‍☠️🇲🇽

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    1. 12:19 please tell us how is it going against viagras,lnfm, abuelo,etc...😂🤣...cjng didn't do crap to z's it was lfm who kicked them out, they don't need more RATS like MENCHA tamps n of they dare to go cdn would smoke them fast..

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    2. Si pero las jaliscas salieron peor que el cdn alv. Hay queexterminalros a los dos grupos. No valen verga ninguno.

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    3. Ohh shit we have Sicario 00,we have Scottish Zeta,etc,now we have this cat?Fuckin idiot's i swear,what next the senor Mano con Ojos,jefe de BLO,playstation is callin

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    4. Zetas were deep in a civil war within themselves after lazca died. Thats when jaliscas were barely coming up they didnt do shit lmao weak cartel

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  11. Payback, z chorrienta's head should hang fromba light pole somewhere public --after he delivers the perpetrators of this crime...

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  12. All cartel members are pussies just killing random innocents

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  13. Its Eid tomorrow please stop the killings

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    1. Maybe then will the US categorize cartels as terrorists. Since Mexico lacks balls in doing so.

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  14. I rarely comment although I follow almost every story, read every comment. We all have our reasons for being here and they are probably as diverse as our zip codes. Yet there is something fundamental most of us seem to share, shock and dismay at the volume and manner of slayings in Mexico at the hands of cartels.

    I commented recently on the particularly sad post about Lizbeth Flores' gruesome murder, suggesting that it is time we began to call this killings what they are, human rights violations as they are not simply murders, but they are on par with the atrocities during the Rwandan genocide.

    And here again, we see brutality and desecration of a human being that fundamentally contradicts the social contract of the basic of civil societies, let alone a nation that claims to be democratic.

    Mexico's violence has reached the stage of severity in its brutality, frequency, and general disregard for the sanctity of life that it is beyond Mexio's ability to manage, monitor or independently resolve. These are human rights violations and as such, the UN should step in as they have in multiple regions throughout the world which have ongoing in-fighting between tribes, groups, etc. They are in Sudan, the occupied territories, Iraq, Syria, and on and on.

    Perhaps this is something that will take a grassroots effort--like 10k signatures on a change . org petition? I can't imagine it will be done any other way because politicians in Mexico would actually have to care about the lives being lost in order to pursue a real intervention that would reduce the loss of life. I gather they actually don't have an incentive to do so bc they likely don't 'see' a whole class of people--these are the 'invisible' class, the poor or working poor who are the most vulnerable. Politicians are looking out for number one, themselves and that means who can line their pockets.

    And journalists are severely limited given their lives are at risk. So, if we hope for this violence to keep from becoming even more egregious, the perpetrators more bold and ruthless, then a third party such as the UN Human Rights Commission and Officers with boots on the ground is needed. And the only way to get the intl community involved is for the very large population of Mexico to organize collectively at the grass roots level. Otherwise, this country is far from being a democracy. It is a lawless nation that can't/won't protect its own citizens.

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