Monday, July 13, 2020

Guaymas Sonora: Massacre 8 shot including 4 children, 3 dead including El Brujo of CDS

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat Opinion Sonora Universal Twitter


"El Brujo" member of the "Sinaloa Cartel" was the target of the attack: his wife and child a small child also died.   Guaymas/San Carlos is usually a very peaceful port city on the banks of the Sea of Cortez.  


An armed attack on a family left at least three people dead, including a girl, and five wounded, in events that occurred in the sector known as Las Playitas, in the Puerto of Guaymas. At around 10:00 a.m. this Sunday, July 12, an armed attack was reported against a blue Ford Escape van, where more than ten people were traveling.

The unit received multiple bullet wounds from a heavy caliber firearm that killed the couple leading the driver and a 9-year-old girl.

Juan Francisco Herrera Ortiz, 34-year-old "El Brujo", was the target of the attack. He is a member of the Sinaloa Cartel. He had a criminal record organized crime and attempted murder.

The Sonora Security Bureau reported on social networks that "in the face of the armed aggression in Guaymas, which results in three people being killed, corporations from all three levels of government are currently carrying out an operation to search for those responsible."

"The security corporations have raised their level of alert in that port, due to the events that occurred this morning, from which a person with an "important" criminal record was murdered," he published.

Hours later it was reported that members of the Coordination Table for Peace and Security of the State of Sonora collaborate with joint operational actions and the Prosecutor's Office and AMIC are investigating the events, to find the probable perpetrators, where five people were injured and three were killed in the armed aggression.

The dead included: Juan Francisco “N.”, “El Brujo”, 35 years old, Nayeli “N.”, 30, and a 9-year-old girl.

In addition, four minors, between 2 and 15 years old, were injured, as well as Joselyn Saraí “N.”, 21 years old.

A  2-year-old girl was unhurt.

16 comments:

  1. Gente DEL SUR cleaning the PLAZA.. Acording to last ARTICLE
    I don't think it's CDS against CDS

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    1. If this is true that it is not CDS this means CDS is getting their asses kicked right in their backdoor and can possibly fall in Sonora at least if they don't get their shit together. Of course it wouldn't happen overnight and without much bloodshed but if these events are any indication it means it is not impossible either.

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    2. me suena a CJNG. cual otro hay ue pueda tratar de entrar.

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    3. Gente del sur de el estado bro.

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    4. blo, cjng has nothing to do with this

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    1. According to the article some faction or proxy of CDS

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  3. la difunta esposa si sabe ke zu viejo anda en malos pazoz para ke pone en riesgo zuz pekes.

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  4. in other news said thats a retaliation for the dead of caro quintero nephew

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  5. Why do folks always insist cjng is entering these plazas?? Fact is michoacanos standout in the northern states,the way they act and talk is very identifiable. Truth is northern mexicans dnt really want southern mexicans settling in their states,look at the bad rap chilangos have in northern mex. Dnt get mad just stating facts.

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    1. Northern Mexico is more conservative and southern Mexico including el df is more Liberal no? Michoacán is very conservative too.

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    2. michoacanos son chilangos que se creen norteños.

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    3. I worked in Sonora for a long time, you are correct most people in Sonora think they are better, they dont like anybody from the south (they call Guachos) including Sinaloans (They call Sinalocos).. as far as the comment of Michoacanos being Chilangos que se creen nortenos, no sabes lo que dices amigo... Michoacanos nos creemos de donde somos Michoacan.. y de todo da la mata!!Gueritos, prietitos, altos, chaparros... una cosa en comun, bravos!!

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  6. 10 people in a Ford Fusion van?? The Narco-version of the "Clown Car". These stories of murdered kids arethe worst by far.El Brujo is responsible for these murders as much as any killings where he pulled the trigger. Smh..

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  7. Feel so terrible that those surviving kids as well as many many more in Mexico will need counseling for the longest time in their life to cope with what happened. If the same family does not make them cope with this differently as in giving them weapons at a young age and claim like in the movie El Infierno that this is what the world is like and turn them into ruthless criminals never allowing them to leave the lifestyle.
    Fuckin people fuck each other up not the outside world but they are too naive and intertwined in this lifestyle to understand this.

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    1. There really isn't much available in Mexico. and psychologists are not what we have in U.S. like a 2 yr degree if that. The kids we interviewed in Miguel Aleman from Mier became monotone and in a daze when speaking of what they witnessed. One boy speaking about the “bad guys” who came in his house and took his father, who he never saw again. Another, a little girl spoke of having to step over 2 bodies dumped in her yard to go to school. One having his guts coming out and spilled onto the pavement. How can they be normal? What kind of parents will they make if their emotions are held hostage by their horrible experiences?

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