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Monday, July 5, 2021

Recent Release of 'The Roadrunner' Will Bring More Violence to Guerrero, Specialists Say

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Félix Alejandro Magno Acevedo, alias "El Correcaminos" (The Roadrunner) and/or "El Alex", is one of the top leaders of the Independent Cartel of Acapulco, a spin-off group of the Beltran Leyva Organization.
One month after the release of the leader of the Independent Cartel of Acapulco (CIDA), Felix Alejandro Magno Acevedo, alias "El Correcaminos" (The Roadrunner), violence is expected to increase in Acapulco and its surrounding areas, federal government officials revealed.

Investigators presume that he is trying to regain control of Acapulco and other areas of Guerrero.

On May 31, 2021, the Guerrero State Attorney General's Office reported that a federal judge allowed Magno Acevedo to fulfill the remainder of his sentence in conditional release. The judge said that Magno Acevedo showed "good conduct" in prison.

Authorities indicated that he was held at a federal prison in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, for five years and still had 7 years left in his sentence.

It is worth mentioning that Magno Acevedo was a criminal re-offender. He was first arrested in 2013 for kidnapping, drug dealing, car theft, homicide, and organized crime involvement. But Magno Acevedo was released from prison and resumed his criminal activities. He was re-arrested in 2016 and remained behind bars until last week.

Sources consulted by Borderland Beat indicate that criminal re-offenders do not qualify for conditional release. That would mean that Magno Acevedo should not have been allowed to fulfil the remainder of his sentence under such terms granted by the federal judge.

Aftermath

Following his release, authorities say that Mago Acevedo ordered more violent acts against rival groups in the area.

There are several neighborhoods in Acapulco that have a strong CIDA presence. Among them are La Venta and Caleta. La Venta is where hitman leader Marcos Parra de Jesús, alias "El Panadero", operate; in Caleta, cartel member Josué Bladimir Palacios Galeana, alias "El Cacho" or El "Lic", operates. His brother of José Ángel, alias "El Capuchino", was responsible for expanding the CIDA's operations in the state of Michoacán.

In neighborhoods María de la O, Derrumbe, Mozimba, Las Cruces, Renacimiento, Zapata and Morelos, gunmen under the command of Hermilo Blanco Rodríguez (alias "El Milo") operate. He works alongside Antonio Muñoz Lara, alias "El Bolillo", Marcos Parra, and Abner Noe Cervantes.

The CIA is currently competing against the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG) and other groups for control of Guerrero's drug-producing areas and lucrative plazas.

16 comments:

  1. “Good conduct”? Lol judges couldn’t be more crooked. 🤦🏻‍♂️

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    1. The judgement on innocence depends on who first approached judges with loads of bucks

      Kathi

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  2. I'll give him a month b4 he turns up dead con will get ahold of him. All these cats come out n think they can get their plazas back. It's some new times new sheriffs are in tow, he should just enjoy the rest of he has of life peacefully

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    1. @ 11:00
      Yep first thing i thought also
      He be dead soon i say less 30 days

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  3. you can see from his eyes that he is dead inside his soul

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  4. Josue Bladimir palacios galeano alias El Lic is who Martin Castillo and Luis R Conriquez made the song "Me La Paso Sereno" after right?

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  5. When are they letting Speedy Gonzalez out?

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  6. Amazing work by the Mexican government. I’m sure hes a better man now and will kidnap no one. Ducking idiot

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  7. Cida sounds just like sida and its a fucked up name for a cartel but then again theyre both viruses.I remember Lazcano making fun of the cida cartel in a manta saying they are no cartel cus they dont send any work into the usa but if hes against jaliscas go for it. Odds are he ends up like carlos rosales or el kelin.

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  8. Comical. The name Felix means ' a very good or happy man'. Irony, it's s a funny thing.

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    1. Ms. Hiroshi
      You must be from Japan.

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    2. Or fortunate.

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  9. Ms. H. Are you the one from Russia?

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