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Wednesday, April 21, 2021

CDN Shoots Rival Gangster Over 50 Times and Then Sets Him and His Vehicle on Fire in Nuevo León

"MX" for Borderland Beat

After ambushing and shooting a man over 50 times, suspected members of the Northeast Cartel (CDN) set his vehicle on fire with him inside in General Bravo, Nuevo Leon. The man wa confirmed dead at the scene.

The identity of the victim was not released by press time, but investigators said he was a rival gang member. Reports confirmed that a woman who was traveling with the victim was abducted by the CDN and has not been found.

The events occurred on Monday at the height of the Camino a Peña Blanca bridge, close to General Tapia rural community. The first to arrive at the scene after a report was issued that a vehicle was on fire were members of the Mexican Army, who confirmed the discovery of a charred body inside the vehicle.

In front of the truck, about two meters away, the military located more than 50 bullet shells. At the scene, the assailants spray-painted the name of the CDN and of a cartel boss known by his alias "Chiliwily". It is worth nothing that Gulf Cartel (CDG) faction boss José Martín Cárdenas Garcia also has the same alias. 

General Bravo municipality is part of the Monterrey metropolitan area. Several criminal groups operate in this urban area, including the CDN, several CDG factions, the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG), and even remnants of the Beltran Leyva Organization (BLO).

Most of the murders committed in the Monterrey metropolitan area are driven by gangs competing over street corners and businesses to sell heroin, cocaine, and meth.


Sources: Infobae; Telediario MTY; El Norte; ABC Noticias; Loba Indomable (Images); Borderland Beat archives

22 comments:

  1. Why would you want your own people addicted to drugs ?
    Fighting over Street Corners!

    yea go ahead legalize all drugs in Mexico Only At least
    No more killing on Street Corners
    and killing destoying your own
    Mexico could do a trial run
    on being first to legalize

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    1. You are a funny guy. Just close your eyes and evil will go away.

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    2. I agree, legalize drugs.

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  2. Nuevo León belongs to cdn let’s remember back in 2011-2012 what the famous last letter did to cdg in Monterrey they fucked them up!! topo Chico etc

    ATTE SCOTTISH ZETA

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  3. wonder differrence on the money made in Mexico vs USA on selling drugs ?

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    1. big difference, but the barrier of entry to sell drugs in Mexico is LOW

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  4. Get ready for the pictures of the female passenger..she will be raped, tortured, then cut up into ice chest and a narco manta. And no the police nor the government will do nada.

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  5. I will be coming to Mexico very shortly to start a new European/Mexican super league my New Mexican soccer team will have the tactical genius mr 40 as the manager el lazca will be my striker even better than the great Sanchez and el hummer aka the human brick wall leading the defence

    ATTE SCOTTISH ZETA

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  6. CDN vs CDG over the nickname "Chiliwilli".

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  7. Is it possible with Ociel Cardenas release soon, he could form an alliance?

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    1. Staying in the US, unless he gets extradited to MX to face charges ?

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    2. He will likely not get deported and will stay in the US.

      As a Mexican national with no legal status in the U.S., Osiel Cárdenas Guillén should – in theory – be deported to Mexico after his sentence (often termed as "No lawful return to the U.S." in court files). But unlike other Gulf Cartel members indicted with him, the U.S. government did not order Cárdenas Guillén's removal from the U.S. after his sentence concludes. His indictment does not include that clause.

      Read more here:

      http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2020/04/imprisoned-gulf-cartel-leader-osiel.html

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  8. Wait wait shoot him 60 more times and burn his car again.

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  9. I could understand if they were making money but for 3000 pesos a week id rather jump the border and work as a dish washer and still make more money

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    1. But when u do that the cost of living pretty much makes that money as a dishwasher not enough. That's why to these idiots the money is worth it. The cost of living in Mexico is no where near as great as US

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    2. @3:39pm...true but @1:50pm would have clean hands from washing dishes with no kill blood on them

      Canadian girl💋

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    3. Good luck making that “cross over the border” without paying off coyotes, who charge more than 3000 pesos to begin with.

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  10. The municipality of General Bravo, Dr Coss and los Aldamas is where the clashes are taking place between those two groups. CDN hides forcefully on peoples ranches and threat the owners its become a new norm in those areas.

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  11. When does Osiel get out

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    1. 2024

      http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2020/04/imprisoned-gulf-cartel-leader-osiel.html

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  12. Most of the violence now is over street level drug dealing just to show how much the cartels have broken up not to mention the meth sales are driving up the murders since it's all over they paint it diffrent colors to know we're it's from anyone caught selling a diffrent kind Will get killed

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