Monday, September 7, 2020

Guanajuato - Violence and threats from CJNG displace an entire community: exodus in San Juan del Llanito

Steve C Borderland Beat  Source  Source

Chivis Note: this is what happened in 2010 to the residents of Mier, they were warned, they scattered to shelters and homes of relatives and friends as they left Mier, a "Magical Town" of Mexico a virtual ghost town.....


A threat and the bullets piercing the houses forced the inhabitants of the San Juan del Llanito community - located in the municipality of Apaseo el Alto, Guanajuato - to flee their homes.

Since Wednesday, the residents of this region unexpectedly abandoned their properties to survive in the face of the Cartel Jalisco New Generation.

The community, which has found itself in the midst of the current coming and going of the  CJNG and the remnants of Santa Rosa de Lima Cartel, explains on that day, between 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m., a command arrived in town and  warned the people that they had to leave before the sun went down. 

The attackers specified that it did not matter if they had associations with organized crime, they were all a target. This, understandably, caused concern and on Thursday morning the place was a ghost town, as reported by local media.

But it was not until the evening that the state Armed Forces showed up. At that time, they were the only occupants on the roads. They established checkpoints and patrolled.


On social networks they published images of the scene of the events, which is located on the Fed exit ramp 45 that leads to the community.

In recent weeks, the San Juan del Llanito community has suffered an outbreak of violence. On August 30, two men were shot and killed. Ten days earlier, a dismembered corpse was found underneath a bridge. Next to the body was placed a narcomensaje signed by the Santa Rosa de Lima Cartel.

Faced with the absence of the authorities, this Saturday, the residents of that community closed the Pan-American Celaya-Querétaro highway, and  demand more security from the National Guard in the area.

The invasion of  organized crime  in  Guanajuato has taken much longer than the authorities report. According to the security analyst and strategist, David Saucedo, the first phase occurred in the governments of Juan Manuel Oliva (2006-2012) and his predecessor Juan Carlos Romero Hicks (2012-2018), when they operated in the entity. local mafias that had control of different areas of the state.


The analysis of organized crime in Guanajuato details that what generated a radical change in security matters was the invasion of  the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generación,  which sought to control important cities in the state, to have free passage on the highways and reach the Pacific port routes.


Above: Inhabitants of San Juan del Llanito, Apaseo el Alto, Guanajuato block the free highway to Celaya in protest over the insecurity situation after threats from criminal groups

Steve's Note:  San Juan de Llanito is located approximately 25 km (15 miles) east of Celaya

19 comments:

  1. As we know, any straggling ancianos will not be spared by CJNG aka Los Mata Ancianos.

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  2. BB can yall do a article on top 10 or whatever number deadliest events during the Csrdl vs Cjng war in Guanajuato since 2017 to now?

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    1. Yes bb we need a article of Guanajuato it’s a war zone right know

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  3. Smh stay in the sierras and fight it out there stop fckin with the people. 😒

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  4. CJNG is over targeting drug rehabilitation centers and going strictly for senior citizen homes...

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  5. Sounds to me like the only thing the army helped with was the displacement of these people.

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  6. CJNG needs to be eliminated. They’re the group that’s the most destructive.

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    1. Y tus gallinas unidas son unas santas dizque "Michoacano"? Déjate de escribir mamadas

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    2. 12:33 carteles unidos Tiene mucha gente Guerrerenses. yo soy orgulloso de ser michoacano. No nomas ellos tienen derecho de nombrarse michoacanos. Segundo Carteles Unidos por ser cartel pequeño no es amenaza grande para el estado y aunque sean igual de lacras que los Jaliscos no tienen la gente ni el dinero para ser el desmadre que está siendo el CJNG.

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    3. Se nota que no sabes nada "Michoacano". Esos culeros de GU y demás lacras aliados de ellos afectan alá población civil en Michoacán y Guerrero con su puto piso, extorsión, secuestro y mandan ahuevo de avanzada al matadero a morros que levantan de las calles. Por lo mismo que no mueven jale no tienen feria y como están en guerra de algún modo tienen que conseguirla. Cómo crees que lo hacen? De dónde soy yo cuando tenían la plaza los CT era una cagazon con sus putas ondas lacras y nomás les partieron su puta madre y tomó la plaza otra mafia y ahora solo los caga palos los trai a putazos por andar de lacras. Aprende a analizar las hechos "Michoacano" y tus verás que grupo hace más desmadre que afecta a la población civil.

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    4. Las amenazas mas grandes en guanajuato son Diego Sinuhé y Carlos Zamarripa.

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  7. CJNG would gladly genocide entire cities if it could quickly and efficiently get away with it. If they're not stopped, they'll get their hands on nuclear weapons as a deterrent for federal and foreign forces (US) to intervene.

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  8. cjng are hated by everyone

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  9. As any other group CJNG is the same they bribe murder and rape. All cartels are the same sorry to inform you but they are the same scums.

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    1. El marro dijo eso.... que lo liberen y le den su dinero.... aver si no regresa a meterles toda la verga

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  10. That so called CSRL comandante Azul (CDS) killed that lady to heat up Guanajuato for CJNG since they are the new owners

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  11. CJNG cheerleaders will say, " You see, theres no more criminals in this town thanks to El Señor de Los Cocks..." thank you Señor Mencho for displacing this pueblo while bringing peace and tranquility. I'm sure all you'll hear at night will be crickets.

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  12. All cartels are not the same
    All Gangs are not the same
    All Governments are not the same
    All Men are not the same
    All women are not the same
    All Religions are not the same
    All Pitbulls are not the same
    All Blacks are not the same
    All whites are not the same
    All Mexicans are not the same
    All snakes are not even the same
    Not saying any cartels are good but just like everything else,some are worst than others....Not even all police are bad but its extremely difficult to find a good one who will shine a light on the bad ones.

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  13. Jalisco CJNG has ports on the Pacific Coast and on the gulf of Mexico, and cities and free passage all over the country along withanynaccomplices in military zones, police corporations by the dozen controlled by the.narco-governors in charge.
    These depopulation tactics from tje counter-insurgency repertorie of The School of the Americas, learned from the Ècole de Paris after the french lost their colonies and their collective arsehoods in Argel and Dien Bien Phu did not work for the french or the US and will not work for the guanajuato criminals in power and their associates that can't burn the towns and kill the pigs and the chicken and rape the older citizens and women and children as was the practice in Vietnam.
    Any explanation from the Guardia Nacional?

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