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Sunday, July 25, 2021

CDN Head of Sicarios 'El Takia' Reportedly Killed in Police Shootout in Hidalgo

"MX" for Borderland Beat

Pablo César Guajardo Álvarez alias "El Takia" (photo credit: HEARST from Borderland Beat)
Pablo Cesar Guajardo Alvarez, also known as "El Takia," the head of sicarios for the Northeast Cartel (Cartel del Noreste, CDN), was reportedly killed in a shootout with security forces in Pachuca, Hidalgo.

Authorities reported that the event took place on Thursday afternoon in the streets of Real de Medinas neighborhood after El Takia resisted a "routine" traffic stop. The police said that El Takia grew his pistol at them when they were searching his vehicle and was shot dead.

La Prensa reported that the Hidalgo Attorney General's Office confirmed El Takia's identity based on his belongings, which included an identification card. There has been no official confirmation yet but several outlets have been reporting the news since the start of the weekend.

Sources say that Hidalgo authorities ordered police officers to safeguard the local morgue where his body was. They feared that CDN gunmen would try to rescue him and potentially try to hunt down the officer(s) who killed him.

Background
The CDN is a spin-off group of the old Zetas cartel and is based in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas. El Takia was a high-ranking operator of the CDN and the head of "La Tropa del Infierno" (The Troops of Hell), the armed wing of the cartel.

Despite his young age, El Takia had a high-ranking position within the CDN. In 2016, while still a minor, he ordered an armed commando to rescue him from a juvenile facility in Güemes, Tamaulipas, along with other juvenile offenders.

It was reported that El Takia was the nephew of a former CDN leader who was executed in a Ciudad Victoria prison, and that in July 2017 several members of his family were kidnapped by a rival group and executed in Nuevo Laredo.

El Takia was also allegedly responsible for the November 2014 murder of General Ricardo César Niño Villareal, who was head of Public Security in the northern delegation of Tamaulipas. He was also believed to have been involved in the murder of five (5) employees from the Attorney General's Office in January 2017 in Nuevo Laredo.

Arrested in February 2020, El Takia was able to obtain his freedom, but the reasons behind his release have not been revealed. It is likely that a judge dropped his charges after they deemed the charges insufficient and/or released him on violations of due process. 

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Background sources: KGNS; El Sol de Mexico

55 comments:

  1. What was he doing in Lazcanos’ state ?

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    1. Recordemos que según a el le mataron varios familiares los ZVE y otros decían que fue el Huevo.

      Quizá lo mandaron a abrir de lleno la Plaza y no se le cayo la vuelta.

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    2. @Toon - Who was Takia's uncle who was killed in Cd Victoria?

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    3. @ 2:12
      El Comandante Cucho

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    4. It was el Cucho or Gafe lol killed by Old School Z

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    5. Possibly on vacation? My family is from Coahuila and back in 2003/2005 . When I would visit, the Z from Veracruz were in town on vacation.

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    6. Negative chief.

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    7. Es al que colgaron en la prisión

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    9. Good question a cdn member in pachuca very strange?

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    10. 2:12 it was el comandante camaron he was killed after they killed el Rex

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  2. "Haz Patria, mata un Zeta"

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  3. Best thing for him, his therapy was going nowhere....lol

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  4. CJNG taking out the trash.

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    1. CJNG are the trash and don’t have the balls to pull this off.

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    2. The roof is falling on what remains of the Zetas, this looks like Takia got murdered by his own compas to keep him silent.

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    3. 3:35 butt 😞

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    4. Jaliscas aint had shit to do with this piece of shit death. And this guy is not a zeta he was cdn and cdn don't have shit to do with zetas for a long time. Not a good week for cdn they lost good amounts of drugs in laredo and their rusty bullet proofed trucks in near camargo and this piece of shit is dead.

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    5. @8:33

      Takia got his start with Nectar Lima Zetas in Nuevo Laredo before they became CDN.

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    6. @2:55PM

      This reminds me of when Al Qaida first popped into people's minds and any time anything terror/crime related would happen in the Middle East people's first comment was "It was Bin Laden!"

      Now any time anything happens anywhere in Mexico it's suddenly "Look what Mencho/CJNG did now!"

      Someone even suggested recently Mencho was behind what happened in Haiti XD

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  5. To how many did he give the same fate? Good riddance.

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    1. Always been a bit curious of that, yeah. If you see older photos of him when he is young he's got braces and big grins on his face and eyes that could be mistaken as innocent at a time when he was allegedly an active operator / estaca commander for Nectar Lima Zetas. Hard to believe really what he became with time.

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    2. I remember hearing songs about him on Youtube and reading a comment that a young lady had turned him down and he killed her, is there any truth to this?

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  6. Thorax hits. Good shooting to end another POS.

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  7. Orale more cartel members getting killing Viva la policia Buena!

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    1. Just cause he got killed by a policemen(even though he more then likely deserved to get killed)Mexico and Burna police don’t exist they all
      Crooked

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    2. Burma Police in Mexico, must have been brought in by Sacario 006.

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  8. now the trooper of hell.....will be in hell..

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    1. Well see how satan likes Zetas encroaching on his territory. Bout to heat up the plaza lol

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  9. Broccoli, barley, steel cut oats, lots of fruit, almonds.

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  10. Mexican police did great job killing him!! Salute to Mexican police 👍

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    1. I am glad the clean police is taking action, I bake pie for them.
      Kathi

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  11. Ezzo lez pazza por mugroZoZZZZZ😁

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  12. Perhaps it's just the angle of the photo, but the body seems to be missing tattoos?

    Kind of shocked someone with Takia's reputation would be caught out under such absurd circumstances, frankly. I always thought his story was a bit sad, what with what Bravo 1 did to his family and all. If he is/was the nephew of Cucho then there wasn't much choice for him to begin with.

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    1. Theres always a lot of choises before you become a piece of shit

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    2. its mentioned in the story without details/link so may i ask what did bravo1 do to his family?

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    3. @3:32AM
      As someone who has been researching Narcos and general Human delinquency for 10 years no, there isn't always a choice. As many of us who have been here for a while know already, these people will kidnap you on your way to school or on your way to visit family and push a gun in your hand and force you to fight for them. But I think it makes it easier for everyone when we just immediately cast them all off as pieces of shit who got into it willingly or were simply greedy. Someone born into a narco family has a price on their head from the moment they take their first steps so yeah, no choice really. Primal instinct forces us to do what we have to do to survive.

      @3:47AM
      Bravo 1 (El Oaxaco, iirc) abducted I believe 18 or 19 members of Takia's family and murdered them, then dumped them out front of his home in Nuevo Laredo. I don't recall ever seeing whether it was retaliation for something or if Takia's family just happened to be an unlucky choice.

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    4. 8:31 Interesting, like the "researching general human delinquency" part. Talk about a vicious cycle. What a sick experience to have, not sure how one could carry on after that and not end up engulfed in a pursuit of power to seek revenge.

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  13. SO WEIRD BECUASE HE WAS SUPPOSE TO BE IN CUSTODY. SOL PRENDIDO DO YOU HAVE ANY INFO ON HOW OR WHY THEY LET HIM OUT???? WHAT JUDGE LET HIM OUT AGAIN??? MAKES ME WONDER WHAT THE HELL IS GOING ON IN MEXICO.

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    1. I am sorry I don't read comments with all capitals.

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    2. @8:22

      I believe there have been a few incidents where Takia was arrested and then released. He is/was important enough to CDN that they would bribe officials for his release. Whether this is due to his family lineage or his abilities as a tactician in combat is unknown to me.

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    3. Me too. I'm skipping this one, don't read with all capitals.

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    4. Me 3 I don't read comments with all capitals.

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    5. No need to be sorry just dont read, 🤫 and move along no need to announce it to us....

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  14. Damn too young to die. Way to go Mexico great job.

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  15. There was an story 3 years ago that takia left cdn to join cjng.

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  16. Only good zeta is a dead zeta . Haha

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  17. Takia had just been released an didn't trust any of his old crue that's the reason he stayed south he feared if he returned to NL he will be killed by his own people. Just like they did kenzo a month ago ahora nomas qeda kalia y viejito.

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    1. Kenzo has been dead for several months, segun que se estaba comiendo ala vieja del Werko

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    2. 3:02 isnt viejito in jail?

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    3. @8:15 THATS WHAT I WAS ASKING SOL PRENDIDO ITS MY UNDERSTANDING HE WAS LOCKED UP. IF THEY LET HIM OUT THAT IS SO MESSED UP. IF THATS THE CASE WHO KNOWS HOW MANY MORE ARE OUT, FOR EXAMPLE LA TENIENTE FOR ALL WE KNOW SHES OUT ALREADY TOO.

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    4. 846 sorry I don't read comments with all capitals.

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