Sunday, August 30, 2020

Tamaulipas: Federal government send over 1k additional elements for 'Operation Nuevo Laredo'

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat TY Gus   ElManana 

REYNOSA. - The federal government has implemented "Operation Nuevo Laredo", with more than 1,187 security elements, reported Admiral José Rafael Ojeda Durán, Secretary of the Navy.

The Nuevo Laredo Operation was detailed during the visit of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, in Reynosa, Tamaulipas.

“With regard to this Operation Nuevo Laredo that was deployed from January precisely in this municipality, these are the federal forces that are here: the Secretariat of National Defense, the National Guard, the state forces and the groups "Said Ojeda Durán.

The Sedena has 701 elements, plus the National Guard with 134, and State Forces with 196; There are 156 SAT Agents, with a total of 1,187 elements, he detailed.

“When it comes to higher incidence crimes here in the state, what we can see and emphasize here is that they are decreasing.

In the total of crimes it occupies the 21st place at the national level”, she explained.

Support for emergencies situations

In emergencies, federal forces have also deployed operations in Tamaulipas, they reported.

Regarding the Marine Plan, DN-III Plan and National Guard Plan, 8 thousand 436 elements of the federal forces have been deployed in the state, nine events of rain have been attended, of floods due to meteorological phenomena of the storm 'Hanna'.

The activation of the Marine Plan and Defense Plan and the National Guard Plan that has been in place since the pandemic began continues, and will continue until this situation ends.

Crimes in the State drop due to military operations

The federal government has managed to contain, even lower crime in Tamaulipas, thanks to coordinated operations between the Sedena, Semar and the National Guard.

The Federation reinforced the entity with 5,277 elements from the Sedena, 841 from Semar and 3,642 elements from the National Guard, while the State supports with 2,332 elements.

The federal presence in the state represents more than 80% of the total, while the state troops only 19%. The operations of the military forces and the National Guard in Tamaulipas territory have yielded positive results in high-impact crimes, such as kidnappings, homicides and drug trafficking.

The municipalities with the highest crime rate are; Reynosa, Matamoros and Ciudad Victoria, as reported during the morning conference of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador in the city of Reynosa last Friday

23 comments:

  1. Ordinary citizens will hurt the most likely

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  2. Is AMLO with CDS or CJNG? I mean, he helped CJNG big time in Guanajuato, now they're going after CDN in Nuevo Laredo. To me it looks like he's helping CJNG taking plazas from their enemies.

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    1. 100% true! Amlo knows that if he helps cds they will loose the plaza in a month but with cjng is a sure thing!

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    2. Governor La Pancha cabeza de cagadas de vacas is under siege by the US, DEA, CIA, NSA, CISEN, FBI, etc etc etc, he hsd to call the cavalry and cooperate with AMLO!!!

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  3. looks like CDG and CDN Zetas better Squash their beef and re ally otherwise the government is going to win this battle

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    1. Mencho will win this battle.

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    2. mencho will lose his battle to liver failure and cartel jotillos nueva generacion will split into multiplce factions

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    3. 3:25 ok just because you said it they will loose! Not!!! From what ive seen at lease 90% of the plazas that cjng enter they take them! So im willing to bet cjng will take NL

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  4. Thanks, I travel Tamaulipas and see little crime. I thank Mexican Army Force and State Police for the security.

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    1. Hey you, at 1:47, I live in Tamaulipas--sure don't know how your traveling Tamaulipas makes you see "little" crime here, but I see the "big" crime here often--everyday seeing the crime here, just take a walk Joker, no Batman here, I have yet to see any crime fighters on the streets in the colonies here. Oh, yeah, that one time an army truck tore through our colony streets at the highest speed without warning; where the kids were playing, and almost creamed the entire next generation. Yeah, great crime fighting Batman. Go ahead traveler. Shoot (jaja) your foot again.

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    2. Shoot hit his shoes...
      Por andar cagando "de aguilita", como el tigere de Santa Julia pues

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  5. CDN done with soon.

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    1. I think that's why they're expanding, to find a new base in case Nectar Lima falls.

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  6. "But but but , AMLO said hugs not bullets..."

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    1. 3:54 eso te dijo tu prometido también, y cuando acordaste ya andaba hasta la cocina.
      Eso te sacates por andar ahi de caliente.

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  7. All lookin bad for CDN right now si se descuidan Golfos and CJNG gonna come in

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  8. Is it a coincidence 701 sedena elements are deployed at this location, el 701 I'm just saying

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  9. paque no se maten tanto por Nada. Ah que guardar Todos.

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  10. All these people are already deployed. No new people are coming in lol


    Things will be the same. Nothing will happen to CDN or CDG. Things will be the same. A shootout here and there, but nothing massive. CJNG is busy fighting more important places.

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  11. CDN isn't paying enough money to protect it's plaza from the government

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  12. Here we go. Another cartel entering the foray.

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  13. I wonder if they can recruit new CDN kid sicarios faster then Sedena kills them . If not then they most likely will lose their turf within a year or two

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