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Thursday, March 31, 2022

Military Kills 5 Sicarios of Los Tilines, Armed Wing of Los Metros/Gulf Cartel

"Socalj" for Borderland Beat

Army agents shot down five presumed assassins of the Gulf Cartel, among them the leader of an operational arm nicknamed Los Tilínes, who was traveling with his escorts.

According to local reports, the shooting took place at midnight on March 29, in actions that included a chase through the municipality of the small border that borders the United States. The armed civilians were traveling in a recent model white Toyota van on Miguel Alemán Boulevard. The convoy of the Secretary of National Defense (Sedena) spotted the criminal cell and caught up with it, but they opened fire and the attacks were repelled.


At least three military vehicles participated in the actions, derived from their patrol work. The unit in which the people who were shot were traveling crashed in a pool hall, in front of the roundabout where various avenues of the city center meet. A taqueria on boulevard Valentín Barrera was also hit by the impacts, due to the exchange of fire between the alleged members of the Gulf Cartel. Four men and one woman were killed there.

Sedena did not offer a timely response when consulted by this means and the Tamaulipas Prosecutor's Office indicated that the processing of the scene was in charge of the Attorney General's Office of the Republic, through its delegation in the area.


Images filtered on social networks show those killed inside the truck with bloodstains on their faces and tactical vests with the logo of a Los Tilines cell, as well as their affiliation to the Gulf Cartel with Los Metros. While an intercepted audio reported the call for help and indications of its location in the roundabout.

Leader Ivan Segura aka El Tilin and his girlfriend Mixy Padilla.

Los Tilines member Mixy Padilla was killed during the confrontation.

"How are they, dude? They're killing us, they're killing us, here they are! They're killing us! They're killing us! Where are they, where are they, where? Here at the roundabout, they're killing us, they killed my partner,” were part of the screams with gunshots in the background and moans of a woman.

WARNING GRAPHIC IMAGE


Ivan Segura also known as "El Tilin" leader of an armed wing of Los Metros/Gulf Cartel was killed.







Presumably, Los Tilines are characterized by employing hitmen in their ranks, who are also displayed carrying heavy-caliber weapons and equipment with the name of their cell. But so far, the authorities have not offered further details about the case.




43 comments:

  1. "Eso tilin, vaya tilin, ala mierda tilin "

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  2. 7:48 it is hard for 5 cartel members to be attacking mexican law enforcement executioners and assassins from inside a car, even harder if they were 10 attackers, and it is hard to get 100% kills in an confrontation like that with zero wounded.
    This shit looks like the dead were ambushed and not given one chance to surrender, even worse, shit used to be staged forcing the suspects to wear the uniforms, culombia invented the Falsos Positivos a while ago and mexican milicos and cuicos have been using the trick for a while to try and look pretty.
    There are no fotos of the car windows proving if they were closed or open to facilitate the assault on the cuicos either, beware of fabrications...

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    1. Homie look at truck pic at top of article to see windows shot up.

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    2. There eas yhe radio chatter but I hear what you're saying and there is alot of truth to it.

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    3. 10:59 do you mean the 5 dead sicarios were shooting at their killers through the windshield holes?
      3:11 I think the dead were too busy reporting instead of am pushing their killers,
      FALSOS POSITIVOS STINK TO THE HIGH HEAVENS.

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    4. When they were on the radio, you don't even hear them shooting back at the soldiers. It was just an assassination.

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    5. Who died ? Criminals. If you look at the Facebook picture of those who got killed they look like hard core criminals. Do I care about criminals? Nop.

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  3. Chuck Norris
    Most Violent Cities in the World
    1. Zamora, Michoacan
    2. Ciudad Obregon, Sonora
    3. Zacatecas, Zacatecas
    4. Tijuana, Baja California
    5. Celaya, Guanajuato

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    1. 1934 before German Hitler war, before World war II.

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    2. @10:21 Keep things in perspective. Thousands of foreign tourists visit these Mexican cities and safely return home. I would visit these places. On the other hand, as a foreign tourist I would never set foot in Mogadishu Somalia or Afghanistan or tribal regions in Pakistan.

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    3. All cjng or sinaloa plazas, interesting 🤔

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    4. 7:02 I've been all over the world and been to the ghettos and survived..
      The key is not to walk around like your tougher than the locals, Don't dress to flashy and don't carry that much money or jewelry 😉

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    5. Fake news!!!!!

      None of these cities crack the top 5.

      https://www.google.com/search?q=most+dangerous+cities+in+the+world&oq=most+dan&aqs=chrome.3.69i57j0i512j0i433i512l2j46i433i512.5484j0j7&client=ms-android-verizon&sourceid=chrome-mobile&ie=UTF-8

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    6. 12:17 not fake news, your cowboy snake boots are fake, not real Snake skin.
      Came from El Parciall in Tijuana, Google it formerly Frontera Tijuana from 3/31/2022 article.
      And you think you are smarter than anyone vin here lol😂😂

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    7. 10:21 I did check the article The title does read Most violent Cities in the World. I personally think they meant to say ....The most Violent Cities in Mexico.

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    8. 1147
      Been all over the world my ass, you ya trying to fool.

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  4. Mexican😁 Forces schlong the cartel scum! Y'all wanta ride around gangsta style with weapons y'all gonna get schlonged!

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    1. Have you heard how and what they said on the radio. He said they were killing them. That straight says that they were just lighting them up and they couldn't even fight back. They didn't give them the chance to surrender. If you think the military are heros, I'll tell you right now, alot of them are either not in it for the right reasons or get corrupted while they're there. You're all happy about what they did but the people that got killed have family and friends and I'm sure they were pretty upset about how they died. Just a regular civilian seeing or finding out about this, they know it's unjust and not only does resentment grow, so does the loss of respect. Ain't nobody gonna want to help them out nor trust them. Imagine your brother or cousin or sister or mom or dad doing some illegal things and one day they bump into some soldiers and this happens to them. They get chased and shot up and were never given the opportunity to get tooken into custody. That blurrs the line between good and bad. My bad, it doesn't blur, it's blown out, trampled on and erased. There would be no real distinction between the two except one side does it with government funds and a badge/title or what ever you want to call it. Take away the uniform and put them in a regular vehicle and you would think that it was cartel on cartel sh@#. Not only is it wrong, it's counter productive.

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    2. 8:36 you are correct mister, AND may I add, most american cops used to be very decent and professional, most still call me SIR when they arrest me, but since they got militarized and started hiring former melitary REJECTED by erik prince and his colleague private armies, they haventakenbtheirncorruption to training US cuicos on abusing their mighty powers with extraordinary impunity, their trainers also have million dollar contracts in Mexico...

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    3. MHO have you also seen the tactical gear and assault weapons they posed with and uploaded on their social media accounts? They knew what they were getting themselves into when they signed up to be sicarios. Don't feel sorry for them...

      Death is ugly no matter how peaceful it may announce itself. Dont think I'm reffering to you, but your comment makes me think of all the people that leave their messages on BB and criticize the Mexican President for taking a somewhat "non conventional" approach on crime. These people beat their war drums from the comfort of their U.S safe havens not realizing that war is ugly. They cry for war because they've never witnessed it. It's easy for someone to say "kill the criminals" when it's not you the one doing the dirty work or having to witness it going down in your neighborhood. I know its not you. They know who they are and when you tell them to join the fight, to do their part they resort to name calling.

      What the government did is not pretty but it's necessary. The only way for Mexico to have some hope is to rid itself of these scumbag criminals.

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    4. 3:24 I never said I feel sorry for them. I'm more ashamed and upset how it went down. Mexico already has the reputation of an outlaw and corrupt country, and with this it just reinforces that instead of stating that Mexico is starting to do shit right. And besides the reasons I stated below in my last, they could of killed civilians in the cross fire if there really was any cross fire. They could be trying to clear the plaza for a rival cartel. It wouldn't be the first time they've done something like that. And there not doing what they supposed to do which is uphold the law and rnforce it and be an example by following it.

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    5. MHO I guess your comment got lost in translation on my part. I was under the impression you were but if you say you don't feel sorry for them, then you don't. One thing to consider is that we weren't there. We don't know what led up to their demise. To accuse the soldiers of misconduct based on a snippet of radio chatter and without having some type of official report can be misleading. Ironically it's doing what I did to you. Accusing you of something that isnt... Maybe the sicarios were ambushed and caught by surprise. If they were, then shame on the soldiers, but let's not jump the gun and assume that's what happened. Anyway MHO, peace to you. I appreciate your input. You bring good dialog to the arena.

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    6. Likewise 12:57 it's always good to have respectful dialog that actually has something to do with the story. That's how we evolve and become more educated unstead of seeing things through blinders. I'm always open to learning, or understanding others point of views. It's people running their mouths trash talking behind a computer screen that I'm not to fond of. I'm always willing to exchange views or just simply open to dialog as long as it's done respectfully. Keep the intellectual dialogue coming. Wish you the utmost of health and fortune.

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  5. @MrHmbkeOpinion. Have read the article about cartel hit man killing innocent people just to heat up the plaza ? What you need to understand is that cartel sicarios have no code. A dead Sicario is better for the public because if the go to jail it might be for only two months and back on the streets they go. There is no coming back from the dead.

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    1. Piaza you forget to mention the sacario in jail, will be out, if a BRIBE IS PAID, then he will be blet out.

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    2. For one, how do you know they've killed innocent people? If we use your logic then those soldiers should've killed themselves because the military has killed innocent people plenty of times. That's what you're saying right. Two, how do you know they were all cartel members? One of them could have known one of them from elementary school or middle school and was offered a ride, or maybe there was a kidnapped victim in the car, you never know. Look what happened a year or two ago in Nuevo Laredo. CDN got in a shoot out with the military while they were trying to get away, one of the trucks was trying to give up but the military lit it up. They then went to see everyone was dead and the squad leader started telling the soldiers "this one is still alive, shoot him, kill him" and that's what happened and it turned out he was a kidnap victim. There's video of it and everything. One of the soldiers had a go pro on or something. If they would have took them in, 5he military would have ended up saving him, instead he was killed by the ones that were supposed to protect him, and on purpose. The military are supposed to be the good guys, the ones that supposed to uphold the law, not go around breaking that law and killing their own citizens needlessly. They supposed to represent and be an example, not misrepresent and continue to show how rotten and corrupt Mexicos systems are. They supposed to give pride to their country, not shame and astonishment.

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    3. This would not be the first time FALSOS POSITIVOS got dressed up in camo and got their picshers paraded on the internet before sending them to run for their lives, puro colombia style.

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    1. On YouTube, reddit, Valor Por Tamaulipas, and a few other sites.

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  7. The stupid tattoos made them an easy target to see from a mile away. Sucks to suck

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    1. Edgar Alvarado glad you're doing well. We thought a Cartel had kidnapped you bro.
      Zoot Suit Lives Matter.
      El Nemises de ELA

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  8. WELL WELL THIS J-🐱🐈🐱🐈 TILIN WASN'T A BIG BAD ASS AFTER ALL.... STRAIGHT UP SOUNDED LIKE A BITCH ON HIS PLEA 4 HELP 2 HIS KOMRADS GOOD 4 THEM THAT THEY GOT ERASED BY THE LEGIT BAD GUY'S

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    1. It's spelled California Mijo.

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    2. 932 why do you call everyone "mijo"? it reminds me of a joto who we use to run into from time to time and he'd call everyone "mijo/a". Shit was annoying.

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