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Saturday, June 26, 2021

La Barredora 24/7 Leaves 2 Mutilated Bodies With Narcobanner in Santo Domingo Petapa, Oaxaca

"MX" for Borderland Beat


Suspected cartel members left two mutilated bodies for public display in Santo Domingo Petapa, Oaxaca.

Along with the bodies, a cardboard with an intimidating message was found. It was signed by an organization called La Barredora 24/7, which holds presence in the area.

Elements of the State Investigations Agency (AEI) cordoned off the site to investigate. The bodies were transferred to the local morgue and remained unidentified by press time. So far, authorities have not issued an official statement on this incident and none of the perpetrators have been arrested.

The banner read:

"This goes to all the extortionists, livestock thieves, and all those who are charging protection fees. We are coming for Merary, La Vieja Chica, El Chickys, El Guerito, and Arturo. We have located Javier Celaya, Delfino Aldino, Alfredo Cabrera, Ismael Juarez. Everyone is going to die."

"Santo Domingo and its surroundings areas have a new owner. Government, open up because the cleanse is coming. Matias R. Palomares Lagunas, the hood and all where the eye can see is property of La Barredora 24/7. We are going after you, Moy de Niza, Conejo, and all your family."

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18 comments:

  1. Topon en Zaatecas de 15 horas. Estuvo fuerte el agare. El seňor sigue siendo el papa del los pollitos!

    https://youtu.be/ao6GwsrarFc

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  2. There was a gunfight in zacatecas. where one group blocked off another group so they couldn't run off and slaughtered dozens of them. According to the family in the area. Any word on this

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  3. Whos this barredora group affiliated with??

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  4. Estos son los de Caborca?

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  5. Got kicked out of Sonora

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    1. Not those. The original barredora from acapulco. Their war with the CIDA Made acapulco mexicos iraq

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    2. Who was barredora originally? And who was cida. Herd barbi grup got kicked out guerrero quick after botas died

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  6. So grotesque Mexico has become. All criminal organizations claiming self-righteous to its citizens until the tables turn in resentment.

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  7. You mean the barredora from acapulco, didnt they Split off from CIDA because they thought El Barbies Uncle was unfair and greedy? Seems Like they got their ass kicked in guerrero and they fled to oaxaca

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    1. no this is rafa quintero's people

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    2. Interesting! Can you expand on this? We haven't heard a peep about RCQ or Caborca Cartel.

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    3. well they made an agreement with jalisco, so i presume some of them relocated to CJNG territory but i'm not sure

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    4. @5:41 They didn't just make "an agreement" with Jalisco, they have been in bed since CJNG creation and it was all a try of taking over the Pacific corridor. Won't happen though.

      PRI reign is over.

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  8. Mexico has some incredible people in small towns and cities with the fortitude to clean up the 'bio waste'.

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  9. Every cartels saying the city/town has new owners, isn't the city or town belong to people ? Even government can't claim a city as theirs since it's belong to every citizen. Hey cartels fanboys, no ciy/town need owners, the public needs the protector from violence. If you think you can protect them, don't say in message, do in action.

    Kathi

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    1. Most of all comments are from keyboard warriors. No bite to their bark.

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  10. Maybe best course of action is to ignore these murders and their stupid narcomantras. If they don't get the response they are shooting for maybe the pointlessness of this leads to abolition.

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  11. Why Mexican wasting all these fresh chop up meats. Time for them to do something with this issue.

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