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Wednesday, July 14, 2021

Gunmen Attack Police Headquarters in Carichí, Chihuahua, as Retaliation for H7's Arrest

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In addition to the police station, the Carichi Public Library and the Municipal Rent Collection office were also damaged.
During the early hours of this Monday, a group of armed assailants arrived in Carichi, Chihuahua and attacked the Municipal Police headquarters.

Local reports say that the attack happened at around 1:00AM, and that gunmen shot at the facility over 100 times before setting it on fire.

The property was severely damaged from the outside. Several vehicles, including a police unit and an all-terrain vehicle (ATV), were destroyed by the heavy gunfire. One officer who was at the site was injured after a bullet scrapped his arm. He was reported in stable condition.

Secretary of State Public Security Emilio García Ruiz said that this was an "act of revenge" for the arrest of high-ranking La Linea member Juan Romero Manjárrez Alonso, alias "El H7", who was arrested last week in Chihuahua city.

García Ruiz added that an operation has been arranged in that area to search for those responsible for the attack. He pointed out that personnel from the Mexican Army, the National Guard and the State Investigatory Agency (AEI) were also dispatched to help in the search.

Juan Romero Manjarrez Alonso alias "El H7"
Notable figure: H7
El H7 is one of the Manjárrez brothers who leads La Línea group called "Los H's". The arrest of this criminal leader took place at approximately 2:00am this Friday, June 9, 2021, at a hotel where El H7 was staying in Chihuahua city. The State Attorney General's office reports that El H7 was located after almost two years of intelligence and surveillance.

The arrest warrant against him alleges that El H7 was involved in the homicide of four state police officers that occurred in 2018. The quadruple homicide reportedly results from an ambushed launched on state officers by a group of heavily armed cartel members attacked them with high powered rifles and grenade launchers.

In addition to the crime involving four state police, there are charges of homicide, attempted homicide, damages with aggravated penalty and organized crime. The State Attorney General indicated that this subject, if a judge finds him guilty, may face a sentence of more than 100 years in prison.




18 comments:

  1. Common Cartel your Comandante, did alot of bad things including murders.
    Now stop bothering the police.

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    1. Actually if they shoot at the police, I am sure the police will have to shoot back, if they do shoot to kill, not to wound.

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    2. You would know this how?

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    3. All police shoot to kill, except in the movies. Training dictates aiming for "center mass" (chest) until the threat is neutralized. Or aim for head if subject is wearing a vest. That's how it is in the real world...

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    4. This is true. People always say ' why didn't the cop just shoot ' em in the leg to stop them (in the states). Well, they are taught kill shot only. There is some 'reason' for this I was told, but completely forgot.

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  2. That's not nice La Linea

    Deep Thoughts Kathi

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  3. Almo seriously why are you letting terrorists run your country and kill your very own people?????

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    1. What can he do to see if local gov fucks up?
      Same in EU, can the joe the old man replace Texas gov? Don’t think so

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    2. 4:21 that's a simple answer... I and my brother receive bundles of evelopes with cash, from Different Cartels, mostly the Cjng, yes it's true I look the other way, when they commit crimes. While I am president, I want to take all the money I can.

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  4. Where is that old bastard Rafa Caro Quintero?? What happened to the Caborca Cartel post? Is it still coming? Keep up the great work BB. And commenters: adjust your meds, find some hobbies, take a daily multivitamin.

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  5. the guess shirt is a signature narco look in Mexico lol.
    only hype beasts wear that shit in US.
    Gangsta Kathi

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    1. And watch, those shirts will be all the rage in Mexico...kinda like when El Barbie was captured in that horrifically tight,tacky green shirt with the huge polo emblem. Apparently it sold out asap.

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  6. Carichi, another town off the highway, close to Golden Triangle. An old Tarahumara community, no defense . . for small town, Chihauhau

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  7. Kathi, while the comments are open to all... go for Quality over Quantity; it's a bit excessive and not all of your posts add anything to the discussion. I don't mean to come across as rude, I'm glad you enjoy the site:)

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    1. Mind your business foo' before I wreck you!

      Kathi Da Bully

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    2. 7:36 say she has her concerns and somewhat the kids respect her in here, even though caps lock kid got a 4th grade education, Kathi is try to tutor him to do better in English classes. Also you have to understand she writes from a foreign country, which had a different culture.

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