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Wednesday, December 1, 2021

San Luis Potosi: CJNG's Bélica Interrogates An Operative For Los Alemanes, Then Dismembers Him

"Sol Prendido" for Borderland Beat


In recent days Borderland Beat released a video of a new armed criminal cell known as Operativa Bélica or the Bloodthirsty Operatives. This particular cell is suspected of being an armed wing for the Jalisco New Generation Cartel. 

And in their fight for control and supremacy in the state of San Luis Potosí. An operative from the opposing the Los Alemánes Cartel has been captured alive. 

Within this broadcast the illicit affairs of their criminal counterparts are narrated before the camera. 

The following film has been deemed safe for all to see.

Video translation is as follows:


Interrogator: What’s your name?

Captive: My name is Juan Carlos Castro.

Interrogator: What’s your nickname?

Captive: El Rana.

Interrogator: Where are you originally from?

Captive: I am from La Pila, San Luis Potosí.

Interrogator: Which cartel do you belong to?

Captive: I belong to the Los Alemanes Cartel.

Interrogator: Which functions did you have within this cartel?

Captive: I sold narcotics, charged a protection fee, extorted, robbed, and kidnapped.

Interrogator Do you personally know Pollo Alemán?

Captive: Yes.

Interrogator: What about his son Luis Alemán?

Captive: Yes sir.

Interrogator: How did you come to know him?

Captive: I met him at a gathering that we had.

Interrogator: How did you come to know these men?

Captive: It all happened at a safe house off of the 57 thoroughfare just ahead of the junction. Right behind this restaurant known as 77.

Interrogator: Who all was at this meeting?

Captive: The commanders for El Alemán were there. El Seco, El Ruso, El Pantera Zaragoza, El Guerrero, and Mr. Menchaca of the Municipal Police.

Interrogator: How did Comandante Alemán present himself?

Captive: He presented himself as the leader for the Alemánes Cartel.

Interrogator: How would you describe Commander Alemán?

Captive: He’s tall, chubby, and dark skinned.

Interrogator: How was he dressed?

Captive: He was dressed in slacks, a cowboy hat, and dark shades.

Interrogator: What all was discussed at this meeting?

Captive: The distribution of drugs was discussed. Along with extortions, protection fees, kidnapping’s, and commissions.

Interrogator: Were the commissions that were due given to them.

Captive: No sir. In fact we actually did a job where we kidnapped a man in the town of Ojo de Gato. We asked for 5 million pesos to secure his release. But we didn’t get anything.

Interrogator: Who all participated in that kidnapping?

Captive: It was El Guerrero, Pipo, Taneques, Mike, Conejo, Pichin, Ismael, Raul, and Velle.

Interrogator: Which vehicles did Commander Aleman have?

Captive: A grey Chevy Silverado pick up. Along with a white Ram truck.

Interrogator: Were they armored?

Captive: Yes sir.

Interrogator: How many individuals did he have among his group?

Captive: About 25 to 30 individuals.

Interrogator: Which type of vehicles were they in?

Captive: I was unable to see all that sir.

Interrogator: Were they armed?

Captive: Yes sir they were. They had long rifles, short weapons, plate carriers, balaclavas, Kevlar helmets, and all dressed in black.

Interrogator: What happened after that meeting?

Captive: We were invited to a cookout, chicken, drinks, and alcohol.

Interrogator: What happened once the meeting was over?

Captive: Comandante Alemán threatened us. He said we could never leave this cartel because we knew his identity. And whoever wanted to leave would be killed.



The fate of this captive can only be seen within the pictures, this man was dismembered off camera away from prying eyes.

Narco message reads as follows: 

This was my fate because I was kidnapping and thieving for Luis Alemán, Commander Menchaca, and El Pato of the Ministerial Police. Sincerely, Commander Tornado


 

Warning: Graphic pictures below this point.
 









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26 comments:

  1. Hoodie looks fresh. Lastima. Hipster is the way to live.

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  2. Damn... Raider haters everywhere... Go Raiders!!!

    -Holden D. Cash

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  3. Looks like another cdg mess in slp

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  4. Bb did you guys se that big ass bust in colombia? Like 166 tons of coke. Tons

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    1. I'll look into it. Thank you for the tip, Notknown.

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    2. Yes, it was huge. Speaking of Columbia it came up as #1 in most corrupt countries, followed by MX then Ghana. 🇲🇽 🇬🇭

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    3. Top 10 Most Corrupt Countries in the World (2021 Best Countries rankings):
      Iraq
      Colombia
      Mexico
      Brazil
      Russia
      Guatemala
      Kazakhstan
      Lebanon
      El Salvador
      Azerbaijan

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    4. 2:15
      Unkown you fken left out Venezuela you azzhole.

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    5. Que unknown, so tu obido Venezuela no maches.

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    6. @2:15 How in the hell is Nigeria not on this list? Their pervasive corruption is almost a matter of national pride, at least anecdotally.


      My Ghananian co-worker told me that in some regions Nigerian police were issued uniforms without pockets. Before then, it was routine for police to report back to the station with bulging pockets. This embarrassed the local commander, who as you can imagine got a big cut of the daily baksheesh.

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    7. James Brown

      Nigeria also does major scams on US citizens. Depleting bank accounts. Etc.

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  5. Can anyone explain to me why the captured bother to answer all the questions when they KNOW they will get chopped up anyway????

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    1. By cooperating they hope not to be tortured and killed quickly.

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    2. I've often wondered the same thing, but knowing these cartels, I'm sure they can make your last moments even more miserable than they already are if you don't cooperate.

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    3. Who knows?? Maybe they figure it is their ONLY shot. No matter how small. Guess they have to assume once the STOP talking the real fun starts?

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    4. Obviously I'm guessing but I would be thinking " if I piss them off they will make this incredibly slow and painful, due to frustration I caused them" rather than getting shot in the head THEN cut up it would be cut up alive.

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    5. I would assume your survival instincts kick in, and makes them feel there may be somehow, a glimmer of hope, that they'll just get shot in the head, and die quick. You'd say anything you thought you'd have to say in that situation. As I've said many times. Never ever ever let yourself be restrained by ANYONE in Mexico. Fight tooth, and nail, bite ,scratch, do whatever you have to do, to get shot in the head. That's the best possible outcome.

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    6. @lordrage To see how right you are Google or ask BB posters about the "Ghost Rider" video. If that doesn't keep you up nights it's time to schedule a visit with the Psych!

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  6. Is Los Alamenes a faction of CDN?

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  7. De donde putas sacas que "belico" es "Bloodthirsty"?? pinches traducciones pendejas dan pena ajena, como cuando dicen " pura gente de fulano" y lo traducen como "we are the absoluute mob" jajaja no mamen. Si van a reportar en English, tomate unas clases first.

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    1. Namo Namo
      Yo Quito taco Bell.

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    2. 7:10
      Sol prendido siempre anda con chingaderas..estan mas claros sus comentarios ke cuando traduce algo.

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    3. Refugitito
      Viva Argentina! Whey

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