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Wednesday, May 19, 2021

La Perra's Murder Investigation in Tijuana: They Killed Him for Flipping from the Sinaloa Cartel to the CJNG

"MX" for Borderland Beat

High-ranking cartel member Filiberto Parra Ramos ("La Perra") was murdered in Tijuana last month. Cartel members who switch sides are known as chapulines (grasshoppers).
"They killed him for leaving the Sinaloa Cartel and joining the CJNG", explained a Baja California state investigator regarding the murder of Filiberto Parra Ramos (alias "La Perra"), which occurred on the afternoon of April 30, 2021, in Tijuana.

"There are solid indications that La Perra contacted members of the CJNG based in Jalisco," he added.

La Perra, together with Teodoro García Simental ("El Teo", imprisoned) and Raydel López Uriarte ("El Muletas", released), was a part of the Tijuana and/or Arellano Félix Cartel (CAF), but left the group and joined the Sinaloa Cartel. This split marked the rise of the Sinaloa Cartel in the Baja California area, but it also triggered a war that took hundreds of lives between 2007 and 2011.

La Perra's mother, who officially helped recognize the body, said that she did not know that her son was back in Baja California because she only spoke with him by phone. Local authorities confirmed that they were following him since his return three years ago, and then closely monitored since November 2020.

According to state investigators, six months ago, La Perra organized the kidnapping of a metal merchant in Guaycura borough in Tijuana. The kidnappers asked for MXN$1 million, but they later came to an agreement and handed over MXN$25,000.

Authorities were investigating his possible involvement in the kidnapping of a doctor last March in Mariano Matamoros borough.

"La Perra was running his own show [and] beginning to build his criminal structure", an investigator said.

He sold and bought cars because he was doing business with a friend with whom he had a junk yard before he was captured in 2009.

Neither Parra nor his wife had a registered job or legal business, but they lived in a “comfortable” way in a rented house in the Agua Caliente area in Tijuana.

On Friday, April 30, the body of La Perra was found in the middle of a pool of blood, face up, and with the right part of his head destroyed by bullets.

He was killed at an auto shop located in 8912 Avenida Los Pinos, between Rosarito and Callejón San Quintín Streets in the Pinos de Narez neighborhood.

Officers confirmed that when they arrived at the business, they found "... a white-skinned male wearing blue jeans and a black T-shirt, black and green sports shoes, with injuries to the head region."

La Perra (right) in custody during his 2009 arrest

Witnesses at the scene explained to the officers that the man was known as "Mario" by the employees of the business. They said that when he arrived, two men in a red motorcycle followed him to the establishment and killed him.

"A gunman got off the motorcycle, entered the premises and shot him", a witness said. The two suspects then fled at full speed to an unknown destination.

Investigators confirmed that the killers used a 9mm pistol to kill La Perra. The weapon had not been used in previous murder cases.

Mario Alberto Gómez Zamudio, as La Perra was known, was the false identity created by his wife Paola Cruz Capuchino, the woman that La Perra registered in legal documents for at least seven years while he was behind bars.

At the car workshop where the crime was committed, the police secured a red GMC Envoy truck with California license plates, which La Perra had put up for sale three days before he was killed.

On Saturday, May 1, his mother and aunt identified him as Filiberto Parra Ramos, age 40. They took a birth certificate to the local morgue to confirm their kinship. Authorities, however, did not hand over La Perra's body for three days because they waited full confirmation from prison authorities, who had his fingerprints and other relevant information.

Background
Baja California authorities implicated him in many murders, including 13 that took place in a April 26, 2008 shooting La Mesa Delegation in Tijuana.

In addition, he was being investigated for the murders of Federal Investigatory Agency (AFI) officials Manuel Alejandro Arellano Figueroa and Guillermo Cuautle Hernández, perpetrated on April 17 of the same year in Tecate, among other executions.

However, none of these accusation were ever proven in court.

Arrested in June 2009 and accused of organized crime, La Parra was admitted to the Altiplano maximum security prison in Almoloya de Juárez, State of Mexico. He was moved around several prisons in Mexico due to his "bad actions and attitudes" and because he was considered a "highly dangerous" prisoner.

He was imprisoned for 7 years and promoted more than 40 legal motions demanding better treatment from the prison authorities.

These motions also included the signatures of other high-profile drug traffickers, including: Miguel Ángel Guzmán Loera, Édgar Valdez Villarreal ("La Barbe"), Mario Alberto Cárdenas Medina, Armando Valencia Cornelio ("El Maradona"), Erick Valencia Salazar ("El 85"), Alcides Ramón Magaña ("El Metro"), Eduardo Arellano Félix, and Teodoro García Simental.

On June 2017, prison authorities confirmed to Zeta Tijuana reporters that La Perra was released from prison. In October and November of that year, state authorities received information confirming that La Perra had resumed his cartel activities in Baja California.

63 comments:

  1. Valiste verga ! Nunca se traciona al CDS !

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    1. Cds te traiciona ati vato meco🤣🤣🤣🤣

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    2. Calmate perro.

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    3. Sicaria006 Calmate cheerleader

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    4. y cuando se van echar a los poli-menchos apaaaa??

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    5. HEY SICARIO , REMEMBER KE EL MENCHO LOS TRAICIONO Y A EL LE PELAN LA VERGA

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    6. 006 tell that to Mayo's eldest son who betrayed the whole cartel as a RAT.

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    7. How dare you foos disrespect 006 like that. His gente nueva special tactical James Bond grupo de fuerza espáciales y I’ll have your head on a dish for that. You guys are acting like you’re not scare of him and his scary comments

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    8. Pinche sicario 006 a ti tus nalgas te traicionan y no dices nada

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    9. Executive Outcomes founder and big leader got set up, betrayed and imprisoned for a few years in africa, since then, worser and worser mercenaries have taken over mercenary operations with lowly paid soldiers of fortune but now they have no allegiance but to the paycheck.
      Before it was To The Queen and the Kingdom.
      Need to yell you,
      Sick 600 is loyal.

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  2. ?You think la GMC was a salvage title?

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    1. I don’t know but it was “bailed out” along with Chrysler 😂

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    2. no problem with a SALVAGE TITLE, i buy a good verry truck in MN 4 my bro and was cheap , he make de paperwork in tx and they give him an original tx title and by now his anda zumbando en mataulipas con ella (truck)

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    3. Most mamalonas are salvage, but too many are stolen, dealers i suspect steal and sell and sell and resell a few vehicles they recover time and again.

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    4. I bought a 2017 Mercedes c300 from a friend with a legit California title. Car ended up being stolen but still don’t know how my buddy was able to register the car and get a title. Only way we found out was because I took the car to Mercedes for a service, they hooked it up to computer. Detective called me to inform me the car was being seized because it was stolen.

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    5. @2:53 "Mercedes are pieces of junk that will turn into a money pit" Scotty Kilmer

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    6. @248 is that Scotty Kilmer from you tube? Lol

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    7. 6:40 Mercedes Benz refused to pay kickbak and ransom chayote to Scotty, but he is good, MB rusts badly.

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  3. That's what I call a career criminal, then becoming a grasshopper. Killed people and somehow had a wife..was a psychopath.

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    1. Enablers she was
      Jumping from gang to gang
      Don't u just wanna sneak into canada..settle down
      What eh life

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  4. Ese es la perra del corrido del rayo de sinlacola

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    1. No,en el corrido del rayo cuando dice la perra se refiere a ramon arrellano.

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    2. Arre! It's my vida! And mi familia por vida , ellos ayudarme

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  5. I can't and won't comment on this , just know that I'm here reading ,lol

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  6. Chapuline. Esos menores poco a poco se estan a dueňando de mexico. real gangsters move silence!

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  7. Aguililla fuerte enfrentamiento hoy. Reportedly the towns people picked up some of mr. I get high on my on supply Menchas. Family members

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    1. donde mero escuchaste o leiste eso?

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    2. 12:25 PM De el sargy esta pendejo. Levantaron a pura gente innocente que por que tienen un pariente que anda con los jaliscos ase son los Revueltas de corrientes. No salen a peliar pero si son buenas para matar gente desarmada que no andan en esos asuntos. Esperate pokito ojo por ojo diente por diente ase se van a poner las cosas.

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    3. Lol.1:26 said, "no salen a peliar" as he comments away from the U.S in the comfort of his mother's living room.🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 si los weyes esos no salen a peliar, tu MENOS!

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    4. Lmfao 6:00 said “in the comfort of his mother’s living room” while he’s in the comfort of his mother’s living room. No mames guey.

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    5. 6:00 PM Revueltas we have a surprise for you wait and see.

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    6. 1:26 yep they picked relatives with the same last name of M2 and one of menchos uncle who had nothing to do with the cartel! Not sure but i read they were let go when a message went out by cjng who told the residents to stay inside their houses cause they were gonna start looking for the chirrios revueltos!
      Plus this other massage
      "Just like you are brave with the innocent come out right now and lets finish this fight. Don Agustin, El Banano y El Cuate were innocent, but we are not! Come out and try to kill us to see if its the same.

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  8. Dude probably wanted his area back and the new guys didn’t allow it why these old dudes not see this.. these new guys kill there old bosses who made them only man that hasn’t got wacked is caro Quintero but probably has a lot of family still in the business that’s why

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  9. is this it
    https://youtu.be/lmZ2Wa_N_tE

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  10. esta la familia sercas

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  11. One criminal less, good job!!

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  12. Like any criminal organization its just a matter of time before they turn on you. There's no loyalty among thieves. "El que mal anda, mal acaba."

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    1. Yea even chapitos dont trust nobody after the kidnapping

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    2. Ah no, eso si, pero ahi andan de calientes

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  13. So his name was the "bitch"...jiji 🤭

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    1. Female dog to be exact

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    2. Parra is the grape vine,
      But mexicans will turn everything into a joke or a nickname, no respect.

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  14. This guy wasn't Sinaloa anymore, like at all. Was in charge of a kidnapping cell on behalf of Arellanos.

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  15. I’ve been advocating for more workplace freedom in the narcotics trade and I find the fact that politicians don’t seem to want to enforce basic human rights for narcos, sicarios, sequestadores, and fruit pickers in Southern California simply dispicable!
    Comandante Caesar Chavez

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    1. Cesar Chavez was no 'caesar', don't cheapen the name chippandealer.

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  16. Too MANY CHAPULINES in Tijuana..

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    1. 9:20 You question is really dumb, how can you compare the a leggit job with a illegal one?
      We all have switched jobs but unlike in a cartel we dont get a price on our head every time we switch!

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  17. Por andar ahí de perra caliente… se lo cargo le mera verga

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  18. Destructive ways can be triangulated to heavenly death
    Must really suck to know any day your number be called
    Here I am alone in place of plenty..only contemplation
    1.5 million cottage sold
    SECURITY in haus is supreme
    An most likely this won't get printed in comment..please dont hurt those pretty Vas-dolphins

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    1. Hi Turkish guy how is Turkey? What ever you do, don't travel to Israel to dangerous right now.

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    2. @ 9:17. You confused bay (area of water) and Turkish title of Bey

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  19. Who dominate Tijuana? And baja in general?? A huge territory..

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    1. @7:52 Chapos and Mayos dominate.

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  20. Tijuana is crazy! Theres no other countries in the world who have soo many killings related to organized crime

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  21. Well , I made my mark in tijuana and everyone has helped me , even when I was smuggling, even before that so I have a history and a story but I won't say names or anything , just me , myself, and ,I

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    1. What mark? You're a nobody, never heard of you.

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    2. La marca de la zorra?

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