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Tuesday, July 5, 2022

Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas: Mexican Federal Forces Fight Against Northeast Cartel

"Sol Prendido" for Borderland Beat


A video is making the rounds online in which Sedena troops can be seen in hot pursuit chasing an armored truck. The vehicle fleeing is allegedly manned by members of the Tropa del Infierno (CDN).

The armored pickup allowed the gunmen to continue firing even when surrounded. A well executed move by the army elements rammed the truck off the road to continue the confrontation without putting them at risk.

This broadcast was recorded at 16:26 on November 11, 2021.

On November 12, a series of confrontations were reported in the municipality of Nuevo Laredo, in which, according to reports from police sources, there are at least seven dead.

Conditions of high risk have been recorded from Wednesday to Thursday night, in which the Mexican Army has intervened.

In the clashes, armed men dressed in fake military uniforms launched several attacks against law enforcement agencies.

Local citizens disseminated alerts and comments about violent acts that have spread through several districts with persecutions and shootings.

"El Chiricuazo" by El Makabelico is the name of the song that plays throughout the duration of this video.

El Blog de Los Guachos   Valor por Tamaulipas   El Makabelico

15 comments:

  1. Excellent bring down those criminals.

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  2. That's how you do it lool get the scum keep up the good work Mexican army ūüĎć

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  3. Cdn ran so whats new. Seriously do you think someone like lets say el primito snitched on the whereabouts of octavio leal moncada who just happened to get arrested in Monterrey?

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  4. These fucks absolutely get obliterated by the military remember what happened to that Juanita pistolas guy and his troop

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  5. Yeah baby. Once again the military risks their lives to kill or capture this criminals.

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  6. What do u do when you see trash? You get rid of them. Good luck to the military and it’s families.

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  7. Wth is up with the song ? Would’ve loved to hear the actual sound

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    1. The song is pro Cartel del Noreste. I think the soldiers added the song to mock them as the sicarios were being slaughtered.

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  8. Military looks good, wish they capability to get Mencho and Caro Quintero in the mountains

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  9. Why do they ride around vulnerable in thin-skinned Toyotas? I'm sure the US would gift them up-armored Humvees if requested.

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    1. SEDENA doesn't ride around in Toyota Tundra as they don't have a contract with manufacturer and they would be more expensive. Those are Cheyennes/Silverados very likely manufactured in México and they aren't mechanically stock. I wouldn't be surprised if the front part of the cabin is hardened and also the windshield in newer models as this maneuver of ramming enemy combatants apparently is more frequently used. When dealing with bulletproof vehicles they will use the SandCat to immobilize and light that shit up if resistance continues. The two visible rifles are FX 05 Xiuhcoatl 5.56NATO that are domestically produced.

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    2. Any action with these guys trying to enter Miguel Aleman or mier or la riberena.

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