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Friday, August 20, 2021

La Empresa's El Yuyo Executed In His McLaren, Chihuahua City

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La Empresa's Iván Chaparro, alias "El Yuyo" was executed as he was walking towards his McLaren vehicle in a parking lot in Chihuahua city, Chihuahua. 



The Shooting

On the night of August 18, 2021, a man of approximately 30 years old was seen leaving the Stay Fit gym in an area west of the Quinta del Sol neighborhood of Chihuahua city. The gym is located within a commercial shopping center near where Periférico de la Juventud highway crosses Politécnico Nacional Ave. 



Just as the man was about to get into his sports vehicle, he was intercepted by two armed subjects who approached him and shot him repeatedly. The man died a few minutes after the first shot had been fired according to Tiempo. The gunmen then fled the area and as of the writing of this story, no arrests have been announced in relation to this shooting.


Witnesses in the area reported the gunfire to the emergency line, and according to El Diario dozens of police officers were dispatched to the area to respond to the report. At the crime scene, the man was found dead on arrival by officers next to a neon green McLaren 600LT Spider that presumably belonged to the deceased. 



Some websites like Tiempo identified the McLaren as a 2016 model, such as the 570S or the 675LT Coupe. But based on the black top, it is likely the 600LT Spider model produced from 2019 to 2020 unless it is a 2016 model that was modified/painted.


The McLaren 600LT Spider is a limited edition car as McLaren itself has announced they will only build the open-top LT for a single model year. One can expect a McLaren 600LT Spider price to be around $256,500 USD (or $5,230,637.78 MXN), which is the manufacturer's suggested retail price. The current as-tested price according to Dupont Registry is around $310,390 (or $6,327,393.27 MXN).




Four casings of 45 caliber ammunition were recovered by forensic experts at the scene. Following the processing of further evidence and documenting of the crime scene, the body of the deceased was transported by Forensic Medical services for autopsy.




The Deceased - El Yuyo

The deceased appeared to be wearing a white shirt, black Nike sweatpants, black sneakers and a neon green baseball cap that matches the color of McLaren “Mantis” green color. He was carrying a black duffle bag, which can be seen to be still slung over his shoulder in photographs of the crime scene.


Before the name of the deceased was officially released by authorities, publications such as La Opción de Chihuahua were able to preliminarily identify the deceased as  Francisco Iván Chaparro Moreno, 27 years old, originally from Juárez city, Chihuahua. The vehicle was said to have a license plated from the state of Morelos.

Francisco Iván Chaparro Moreno, alias “El Frank”, "El Franck", or "El Yuyo" was identified by websites such as Frontenet as “in the chain of command of the criminal organization known as La Empresa.”


The prosecutor’s office later confirmed the connection between the deceased and La Empresa. Attorney general César Peniche Espeje stated that Francisco Iván Chaparro Moreno “El Yuyo” is the brother-in-law of René Gerardo Santana Garza, alias “El 300”. 

El 300 was arrested in November 2018 and he is currently imprisoned in Ciudad Juárez for leading the criminal organization called "Los Aztecas" which is at the service of the cartel La Empresa.

Diario reports that "El Yuyo" was identified as part of a high level circle that controls the Periférico de la Juventud area of Chihuahua city, which includes several large high end shopping centers and the super-luxury neighborhood called Distrito 1.

On social network sites, El Yuyo was said to frequently flaunt his luxurious lifestyle, often displaying and racing expensive vehicles. His Instagram handle was franck.cm1 and he currently has 4,026 followers. The account is currently set to private, whether it was always set to private is unknown at this time.

La Polaka reported that in a related incident, on July 6, 2021, a man was shot while he was getting into his Raptor Power Ranger pickup in Juárez city. The wound was not serious and the man was able to drive himself to the Star Médica hospital, on Paseo de la Avenues in Juárez  to receive medical treatment. 


However, El Heraldo reports that the District Attorney's Office has stated that the two cases are not related and that El Yuyo was not the person attacked in Juárez. 


Photos El Yuyo released of himself on social media.




Beating in the Parking Lot & the Politician's Son

Diario reports that unofficial police sources have tried to link El Yuyo’s death to an event that occurred at the end of July in one of the exclusive shopping centers of Chihuahua city, when an individual was brutally beaten by “escorts of a businessman” until the victim went unconscious. 


Video released online depicts the end of the July 23 2021 incident which occured in Paseo Central plaza. In the footage, threats can be heard being made towards the victim as several "bodyguards" beat up the man. Diario later discovered that the bodyguards were policemen, but hired out by the State Police (SSPE) to supposed “entrepreneurs” who are directly related to organized crime. A Ministry of Public Security vehicle also alleged to have arrived right after the brawl to escort away the businessman who had just had the victim beaten. 


Merchants who rent their spaces within the Paseo Central plaza and ones that rent from the Fashion Mall and District One plazas say they have witnessed similar fights over drug sales or outright drunkenness in the clubs in the last few months.


The comment by "carlosborruel", son of controversial politician on El Yuyo's instagram post.
El Yuyo was said to be friends with families of Chihuahua politicians. Yesterday a copy of a screenshot was released in which the son of a controversial politician Carlos Marcelino Borruel Baquera commented online that he will not like the photo of "El Yuyo" as he says, "because you didn't invite me yesterday". Carlos Borruel Jr. is famously known to have a McLaren himself.

Politician Carlos Marcelino Borruel Baquera is a former mayor and former gubernatorial candidate. He is currently under criminal prosecution for alleged aggressions against journalists.  Marcelino allegedly threatened the journalist with “disappearing him”. Marcelino confessed, in a hearing before a judge, he ordered the surveillance of the journalist, assuring he knew where he was, where he was not and what he was doing.



Warning: Graphic photo below this point.







19 comments:

  1. His flashy car attracted too much attention.

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    1. 11:44 he so socially inept,drive around in lime green amongst flat PAINT poor.with name.i think Kstreet wardrobe &likeness consultant fail on so many levels

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  2. He lived by the sword and died by it 🤷🏽‍♂️

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  3. Yes agree flashy expensive cars in Mexico, is asking for it.

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    1. @1:20 I remember a documentary about an auction in Mexico of a drug dealers assets. The American filmmakers asked the auction owner if he wanted to purchase the decedent's nice red Lamborghini.
      "This is Mexico City," blurted the wise man;"Are you trying to get me killed?"

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  4. Sheesh, should of had a VW JETTA - remember, unless you're the driver nothing good comes from seeing a Jetta approach in Mexico.

    Canadian girl💋

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    1. Come on boys in Abbotsford picking away each other in Escalade driving to BOSTON BAR.may #Lytton rise from the flames.black cars look better in SHADE.

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  5. He would would put a pointy DUNCE hat on himself if he lived but he blew it...was fit, well groomed and had the means to protect himself.

    Canadian girl💋

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  6. I am normally not someone who likes flashy sports cars at all (not that they would be in my price range anyways, haha) but the shape of the McLaren 600LT is quite beautiful.

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  7. Another stain on a street. Driving a car like that in mexico is like asking to get killed.

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    1. Please continue to share your endless fountain of knowledge oh wise one.

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  8. EH ONLY ONE CANADIEN ALLOWED IN HERE

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  9. If you can afford a McLaren, you can afford a home gym.

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    1. My thoughts exactly,or a bullet proof suv.

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    2. They are yelling and attracting too much attention with a car like that.

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  10. Fool. Adonde esta la blindada apa?

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  11. Another well presented article with the breakdown of all the particulars and a neat pile of sources !
    Thats awesome .I used to have notebooks
    That I would scribble names and information on in a hurried fashion that I would go back and try to get an idea of who did what and from what organization what they did and look for stories that may be related to certain incidents in the days ahead and try to make sense (which i am convinced is an impossible task )of what was fueling the killing and how it was dealt with and i ended up with a bunch of notebooks full of scribble I cant even read and was as lost as when i started but your presentation is remarkable and Im not trying to bloat anyone's goat I really dig the way you do it . And it makes a lot more sense to me when I can read the actual information my starving brain likes to gobble up . Super Respect and thanks for your time and energy . Respect !!! ​

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    1. Thank you! You know I actually write extensive notes in notebooks, I am onto my third notebook so far. I know some other BB contributors keep their notes online in a cloud service and others have their notes/documents in a safe, which is pretty cool.

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  12. Ostentatious or not, nothing is secure in Mexico. It's how fast you get to your vehicle that counts. That's when the levanton happens. If you're in your car then an ambush can happen too

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