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Tuesday, November 23, 2021

San Pedro Garza Garcia, Nuevo León: Tamaulipas Business Man Linked To Fuel Carbons Is Assassinated

"Sol Prendido" for Borderland Beat

He was related to the smuggling of hydrocarbons, using the Mexican international bridges of Tamaulipas to cross thousands of this type of fuel from the United States to the national territory

From two gunshot wounds to the head, the Tamaulipan businessman Sergio Carmona Angulo was killed when he was in a barber shop in the municipality of San Pedro, Colonia Del Valle.

Carmona Angulo was related to the smuggling of hydrocarbons, using the Mexican international bridges in Tamaulipas to cross thousands of this type of fuel from the United States to the national territory, undisturbed.

The deceased, a source pointed out, was related to fuel carbons and charges to fuel transporters in that entity, for which he had an open investigation.

The execution was reported at 5:15 in the afternoon, in the business located in Río Manzanares and Río Rosas, where elements of Rescue 911 and the Municipal Police arrived.

Apparently, a gunman walked in while the victim as a paying client was shot twice in the head. 

Upon arrival, the aid corps found the victim lying on the floor. The area is cordoned off by police. The authorities are trying to establish whether the attack was due to an attempted assault or a direct attack on the victim.

El Mañana

14 comments:

  1. Why smuggle fuel into Mexico please elaborate if anyone knows

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    1. He was smuggling out of Mexico and the unprocessed oil ends up in Freeport while the diesel is sold to US agriculture businesses and in the port of Brownsville.

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    2. Hey Frank grampa I want RESPECT, you dig.

      Rubio NYC PR

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    3. 6:22 your correct i am a dork. So I will slow it down so you can catch up. Borderlandbeat is a place where english readers ask questions and get informed on organized crime in Mexico

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    4. 9:14 no shit Sherlock, I thought BB website was to collect food stamps.

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    5. 9:14 the border land beat dork lol��

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    6. Pinche Rubio you need an azz kicking.

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    7. Frank with all due respect the article says it more than once that it was being brought in to Mexico. Doesn't make sense but that's what it says.

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  2. Man was involved in extorsion on behalf of the governor of tamaulipas cabeza de caca and switched sides. Not cartel sides but political party sides. The tamaulipas governor had him killed.

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  3. That’s how you do it 2 shots to the head, like a pro. No need to spray the whole place to kill one person. Last week a 2 yr. old was killed in the area south of Monterrey. The sicarios we’re trying to whack the father coming out of a restaurant but sprayed the truck and killed the 2 yr. old only wounding the man and miraculously the wife and a 5 yr. old girl were not hit.

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  4. Directed assault is my opinion.
    Either he didn't pay a piso or his smuggling accomplishments was costing someone money.

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  5. Y así va acabar el otro hermano y su familia, Cabeza de Vaca es un bandido en toda la extensión de la palabra, mas vale que Maki se vaya a USA y el resto de PANistas que se voltearon por dinero MORENO.

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