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Monday, April 12, 2021

Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas: The Cartel del Noreste Threatens Transportation Drivers

"Sol Prendido" for Borderland Beat

The Cartel del Noreste (CDN), headed by Juan Gerardo Trevino Chávez AKA El Huevo, has just released a statement online warning all shipment drivers not to drive into Nuevo Laredo outside of regular business hours. 

This narco message started circulating on social media over the weekend. 

Digital manta reads as follows:

This warning goes out to all transportation drivers. Avoid for yourselves the penalty of us having to physically hurt you by not working outside of normal work hours. If you enter Nuevo Laredo it should be between 5 in the morning to 12 at night. Beware of consequences after hours for you and your company. This is you final warning. Sincerely, The Northeast Cartel.

Source@Jabon83171034 (Twitter)

21 comments:

  1. Okay thanks CDN, what are am I allowed to shit in my own house?

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    1. 🤣. For real. CDN needs needs a PR team, but I respect that they don't give a flying...... Thank you Chivis and everyone else at BB, Bugs,Mx,Sol.. everyone!

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  2. The Mexican people need to rise up
    Push the right to carry!

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    1. No weapons, Biden would like to put the criminals with guns. Poor Mexico no right to bear arms

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    2. Just about every other Mexican owns weapons but it doesn't stop crime - GOOD GRIEF, you read BB... Dear Lord...

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  3. Italian mafia vs black/ latino gangs nowdays in the US..who much more powerful?

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    1. Lmao Italian mafia in the US. Not anymore. They’re nowhere near as powerful as the cartels. You’re that same dude that keeps trying to push the ridiculous idea that the Italians are more powerful. Lmao bro just give up.

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    2. 4:11 You are right. The "Mafia" is lucky if it can strong arm 10 gas stations into giving them a penny a gallon as a tax. They are all either in prison or old folks home talking about the good ol' days :) The new generation is a bunch of un-organized wannabe thugs that will shoot their own mothers over $10 worth of meth. The government is the only real "Cartel" in the US & they are getting richer from the misery & blood of the poor. -=AnonymousBitesBack=-

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    3. 6:38 italians dont compete with black and latino gangs?

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  4. THAT is REDICOULOS!

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  5. Thank you so much, thanks for the Warning, I will not go to Mexico. I am sure Amlo is in agreement with the CDN

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  6. Kinda funny when the Criminals run all truck Commerce

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  7. CDN is now the Official Mexican Department of Transportation (MDOT).

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    1. opps forgot to Warn the two That just left in a brand new BMW
      oh well

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  8. THIS IS WHO THE SINALOENSES HAVE FORMED AN ALLIANCE WITH??? 😀😀

    EL SNITCHO ZAMBADA FEARS MENCHO

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    1. 🤣🤣🤣 they are forming alliance with cdn, cdsrl and C.U. The worse cartels you can work with and cdsapos still claims they are old school and dont mess with inoccents🤣🤣🤣 the fear is big!!! 🐓🐓🐓

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  9. A public plea is often one made in desperation..

    Perhaps it’s finally time the Trevinos have to give up their “Golden Goose”.

    With Los Menores and CJNG attempting to solidify the border crossings west to east, it was only a matter of time.

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  10. That's why it's called organized crime.

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  11. There doing that to stop or scare truck drives that snuggle cjng meth thru the nuevo laredo border it's nothing more they're not trying to extort the truck drives they're already extorting the company they work for lol

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  12. Cdn & cdg should get drug sniffing dogs and set up check points on the highways that go into there city and seized all of cjng meth trying to cross thru the bridges almost everyday a truck gets stop with meth at the n.laredo or reynosa border and none of those cartels move meth or use the bridges to smuggle drugs

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