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Saturday, August 13, 2022

Apulco, Zacatecas: The Jalisco New Generation Cartel Speaks Out Against Mario González

"Sol Prendido" for Borderland Beat


A safe viewing follow up video to a a recently released article by Borderland Beat has just surfaced. The following broadcasts sheds light on the fate of the four workers who were abducted installing video surveillance cameras in the town of Apulco, Zacatecas. 

The names of complicit criminal masterminds, nefarious operatives, and corrupt government personnel. All actively engaged in their open secret war against the Jalisco New Generation Cartel are revealed. 

Their illicit affairs in and around several towns and sectors spanning the states of Jalisco and Zacatecas are mentioned. 


Video translation is as follows:

Interrogator: Good afternoon people from Teocaltiche, Villa Hidalgo and their communities. The reason for this communique is to clarify the video that is circulating on social networks about four people abducted in Apulco, Zacatecas. What is your name?

Captive: Héctor Abner Donoso Cruz

Interrogator: Who holds the direct communication link with the Apulco mayor?

Captive: That would be the individual known as 9-7 Wero or Victor. 

Interrogator: What exactly is your job, that of your partners, and which areas did you cover?

Captive: Sergio and I monitored the towns of Apulco, Tenayuca, and the Lo de Carrera sectors. 

Interrogator: Which specific government supports you guys whenever you place your surveillance cameras?

Captive: That would be the National Guard from Villa Hidalgo, the Sedena troops from Teocaltiche and the Municipal Police from Teocaltiche and Villa Hidalgo. 

Interrogator: Where do you guys hide whenever the government forces who haven’t been bribed come through?

Captive: Each individual goes to their own homes to hide out. 

Interrogator: Who arranges or who has a direct line with the government?

Captive: That would be 9-7 or Victor. 

Interrogator: How many security bases do you all have?

Captive : We have four of them. There’s the one that covers the Apulco, Tenayuca, and the Lo de Carrera sector. The second one covers the sector of Teocaltiche. The third one covers the sector of Villa Hidalgo, Tepusco, Michoacanejo, and El Taray. And the fourth one covers the sector of Encarnación de Diaz at the “La Chona” Railway Station. 

Interrogator: Who runs or controls those C4 (Centers of Command, Control, Communications) bases?

Captive: The Mario Gonzalez mob. In addition I personally gave Irving intelligence reports. 

Interrogator: Who handed over the two individuals within the Teocal (Teolcatiche, Jalisco) city limits?

Captive: The Villa Hidalgo National Guard. 

Interrogator: Who else supports those faggots from Teolcatiche and Villa Hidalgo, the municipal seats and their surroundings?

Captive : The National Guard from Teolcaltiche, Villa Hidalgo. And the Mexican Army who’s positioned at the Teolcatiche central bus station. 

Interrogator: What do those bitches have to say for themselves, why won’t they come out to fight?

Captive: They’re only going to defend Teolcatiche. 

Interrogator: Who’s in charge outside of the municipal seats?

Captive: The Villa Hidalgo National Guard, the Mexican Army from Teocaltiche, and the municipal police from Teolcatiche, Villa Hidalgo. 

Interrogator: Who are the faggot commanders, their code names, for those filthy fucks?

Captive: It would be the operatives 9-7, 120, Choche aka Cachetes, Pony, Lupe, Irving, and Lara’s mob who were left in charge of 119. 

Interrogator: Who is Juan Donoso?

Captive: Juan Donoso is the Tenayuca delegate. By the same token he’s also a municipal policeman in Teocaltiche. He just as well sells drugs in Tenayuca. 

Interrogator: Do you have family members working within any of the police departments?

Captive: Yes, I do. I have a cousin by the name of Armando Gonzalez within the Teocaltiche police force. I also have an uncle named Marcos Torres in the Teocaltiche police station. 

Interrogator: Who is Irving, which function does he have within your criminal cell, and what specific role does he have with the Apulco mayor?

Captive: Irving is my cousin. He’s also a plaza boss in Tenayuca. And in the Apulco town hall he’s the mayors personal secretary. He’s practically in charge of all the mayors dealings. 

Interrogator: What’s your take on why no one within his criminal cell has ever been detained if there’s so much evidence in that municipality?

Captive: Because the Villa Hidalgo National Guard and the Teocaltiche Sedena troops support them. 

Interrogator: Who were you captured with?

Captive: With four individuals. It was Sergio, Jaime, Manuel, and me. 

Interrogator: What became of them?

Captive: Jaime and Manuel were released for not having any involvement with Mario Gonzalez and his filthy men. 

Interrogator: To conclude we don’t get involved with innocent civilians, extort, or ask for charging fees. We are operatives for the Jalisco New Generation Cartel. And our war is against Mario Gonzalez and his thieves. 









75 comments:

  1. I dont care what el pinche Sicario006 says CJNG has the baddest operators. Check these guys out they always have the best guns, the best military pose, the best tactical outfits.

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    1. 10:09:
      That's all show. Without the proper training you only have a mob with guns.

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    2. Hopefully they are correct that two have been released. These workers are peons that don't have access to code names, etc. It took him a couple of days to learn the lines for the video.
      Having family working for Mario Gonzalez might get this guy killed. The whereabouts of the other worker appears to be unknown.
      The bottom line is that there is nothing to tie these 4 guys to illicit activities. They certainly don't deserve this to happen to them.

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    3. Mario Gonzalez is well entrenched in this area. CJNG can't take it without a fight. If they push forward, this could get quite bloody.

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    4. 10:09 you obviously missed the article about the 17 year old CJNG caught with body parts and a cheap hi point 9mm in Michoacan

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    5. LOL, the best military pose? The best outfits? You can't be that naive, surely?

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    6. Looks like a Glock not a high point

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    7. ''Criminal masterminds and nefarious operatives''? Is this a parody of breathless tabloid cartel coverage?

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    8. Keep it in your pants

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    9. DETROIT, I gotta say that I enjoy your posts. You always add some insight to already insightful articles. Keep posting and I'll gladly keep reading.

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    10. @Breakmylegs,

      In English "criminal masterminds" means originator or ringleader of crime and "nefarious operatives" means people up to jo good.

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    11. Detroit. You speak like if you know the cartel situation in Mexico but are clueless.
      You must have been a pig (cop) in the states but this is next level stuff my guy

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    12. Next level my ass. These guys are just cheap thugs posing with the biggest guns they could find. They look ridiculous

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    13. 4:01 yet NONODY can stop them so cry all you want cds groupies 😆

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    14. 10:09 lol you know sicario006 is like the court jester here right. He’s not meant to be taken seriously. Pure amusement that’s all.

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  2. tweekers definitely have the best props and videos. Thats about it they're getting pushed further and further south keep that extortion BS in Jalisco

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  3. The four letter cartel LGBT is being desperate sending and having their operatives in far away places burn places and kill people to take away attention from Jalisco

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    1. Didn’t know LGBT was a cartel. Guessed I missed out.

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    2. 12:02:
      LGBT is code for a cartel. You're not supposed to know that.

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    3. 12:02:
      Only sicario 006 and SIR know how to unlock the code. They are in constant communication via telepathy.

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    4. 🤣🤣🤣🤣 detroit throwing a few jabs at Sir

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    5. You guys sound queer AF...

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    6. 7:12 take it like a man sir

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    7. 9:16 I am affraid, you go first

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    8. 3:28 we are coordinating to get you a jeringón on the rear.

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  4. Mario González is allegedly Cartel de Sinaloa.

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    1. Chapitos or Mayos?

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    2. According to Sargy baja California is getting burned out by both jalisco and Sinaloa. but it looks more like the government is done with jalisco so they're heating plaza every where to bring attention to other groups.

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  5. These guys just complain in all the propaganda they put out via video or narcomanta. This politician is corrupted by another cartel but not our cartel so let’s bitch about it lol!

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    1. 11:09 I think the same they are like Mr.T, they think it's all their way, yet they are commiting the same crimes, and even worse. They can't have it both ways.

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    2. 11:53 if Mr. T. was dead serious in his ways he would start off by suplexing the fuck out of those dumb bitches from China. Followed by drop kicking Putin soon after. Only then could I see him making a great comeback. Otherwise he's all fluff like any other big mouth.

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    3. 12:02 Just a white man that blew steam and also downplayed the wulhun virus as just a little cold/😷 flu.

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    4. the common cold was nothing to worry about for healthy people. Sadly, most of America is the opposite of healthy.

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    5. Coincidence? The Big Oringe Ass went to India to contract tons of horse dewormer to sell to anybody and get payment from US Government treasury for himself and his associates.

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    6. Sir, please take more fentanyl. Like alot.

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    7. Jaja 925, oh shit I can't stop laughing

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  6. Sol:
    Mario Gonzalez's father was close friends with El Mayo before he died. Mario Sr. had a ranch outside of Teocaltiche that was quite popular. This is probably where Jr. is at. From this video it appears that Teocaltiche, Villa Hidalgo and Encarnacion are still in Jr.'s hands.
    Someone stated here that Nochistlan is in CJNG hands. Apulco is between Nochistlan and Teocaltiche so this could be contested territory.
    It appears that CJNG is trying to take the area. The Gonzalez family is well entrenched in this area. If the CJNG moves in on Jr. this could get quite bloody.
    When you think about the Mazamitla area, organized crime isn't so well entrenched there. It is easy for the area to change hands. This isn't the case for Teocaltiche. The families here have been into drug smuggling for 50 years. They have deep ties to Sinaloa and the Zetas and players in other cartels. This isn't going to be your usual fight for nameless ranchos out in the middle of nowhere. This could lead to fighting that makes it into national news and could get quite protracted. If Mayo throws his weight behind Jr. this could turn into a miniwar within the broader cartel wars. Borderlandbeat definately needs a reporter on the ground for this one.

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    1. That's some good intel you've got there sir. Thanks!

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    2. For someone who doesn’t know what a podcast is, u know a lot

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    3. It would be nice if the Nochistlan guy could fill us in on the details. I'm sure if he kept his ear to the ground he could expand on the intel.

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    4. Mario gonzalez era compadre del chapo no de Mayo. Mario Gonzalez Jr and Ivan are close friends and I think they might have even been classmates in school in Guadalajara at one point.

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    5. 1:18:
      I'm pretty confident that Mario Sr. was close friends with El Mayo. It wouldn't surprise me if Jr. is close to the chapitos. They are close in age. If Jr. and Ivan are close friends, this should make the current situation in Teocaltiche quite interesting.
      Sr. was low key like Mayo. Jr., like the chapitos, is more confrontational. It doesn't appear that CJNG is backing down. This is Jr.'s home turf. I don't see him going anywhere.
      This will be a tough battle for CJNG. Jr. has deep connections in quite literally every rancho in the area. The CJNG can't move anywhere without him knowing.
      I don't believe that Jr. has a lot of military grade weapons. What he does have is several hundred people in the area that he can recruit on a short notice. I'm sure he would have no problem gathering several hundred men to fight and a few hundred rifles. CJNG has the advantage in hardware, but Jr. has the advantage in numbers, intel and he is fighting on his home turf that he knows well.
      I don't see CJNG walking up to Jr.'s ranch with an eviction notice. If a battle ensues, which I believe it will, it will be long and bloody. Pray for the people of the los altos region. Most are good, honest hard working people with no ties to organized crime.

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    6. 1:18pm is correct that Mario Gonzales was El Chapos compadre and his son is friends with Ivan. Malcom Beth wrote a book called Narco where he is listed under El Chapos structure. I’m not saying he couldn’t have been a compadre of Mayo but everyone in Teocal knows of El Chapos relationship with this guy. CJNG has taken Nochistlán, Jalos, Yahualica, and other surrounding areas but Don Mario’s people are still hanging on to Teocal, Villa Hidalgo, and Encarnación de Díaz. I was in Teocal last year around this time and in the Plaza there were pictures posted with lots of missing people. Mostly men from the surrounding ranchos. There was speculation CJNG were kidnapping people and forcibly recruiting them but who knows. In Don Mario’s last years he had his legs amputes because of diabetes. He still commanded a lot of respect. Things were really tranquil 12 years ago but ever since CJNG came around that all changed.

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    7. 3:28:
      Things were always calm when Sr. was alive. Thanks for the update on Jalostotitlan, Yahualica and Nochistlan.
      I believe that 1:18 is correct. I was pointing out that Sr. and Mayo were close friends when he was alive. That comes from my understanding from when I lived in the area. If he knew Mayo, he undoubtably knew Chapo and vice a versa. He has actually expanded on my knowledge of the current situation as you have. I appreciate the both of you.
      I hope to find the time to read this book someday.
      I used to live in this area and spent many winters there before all of the violence started. This was long before Nochistlan was listed as a magico pueblo. I am very familiar with the stories about Sr. even though I never met him. He used to hold events at his rancho, that according to locals, attracted hundreds. He had a very good reputation in the area. It is undeniable that he had the respect of the populace despite the nature of his business.
      It's frustrating to hear that Nochistlan, Jalos and Yahualica have fallen to the CJNG. This is not good news for the locals. Their homes are now located in a war zone.
      Please update us if you do return to Teocal. Most importantly, stay safe.

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    8. Now in days there's too much competition amongst cartels. Old school capos could have lavish parties and invite the whole town if they wanted too. Things have changed, no matter who's in charge or what cartel is in charge if a plaza. There's no more trust amongst the fellow man because it could be a hit man ready to take them out to take their position or their plaza. Too many players in the game and every body wants to be a super star.
      Too many chiefs and not enough Indians.
      Look at any plaza in any state and tell me what plaza is safe, peaceful, and tranquil.
      Sinaloa, is a war zone. Tamaulioas is a war zone, michoacan is a war zone, Sonora is a war zone, zacatecas is a war zone, chihuahua is a war zone. Jalisco is a war zone, baja California is a war zone, morelos is a war zone, Mexico city is a war zone and so on and so on...

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  7. Good video, well done.

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    1. 12:29:
      Unfortunately, the star of the video probably is no longer with us.

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  8. Not sure if you guys want to use this. If you use it. You dont have to let this comment show. So that people just read it here when you guys do your thing.

    https://lasillarota.com/guanajuato/estado/2022/8/11/antes-de-que-el-mencho-muera-narcocumbre-desata-disturbios-en-jalisco-guanajuato-387925.html

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  9. With the way they operate, the other cartels should just do mass snitching on all Jalisco operations. They should go mass propaganda mode. Turn all lights on their operations, players, networks and go full scorched earth mode. Instead of killing the main players, just get them to snitch on all operations, let them go. Have their own cartel go against them, then cause mass disruption within the ranks. That is how you play divide and conquer. When your enemy is doing way too much, you might as well as beat them at their own game. You got these guys acting like they’re some real saviors, meanwhile they act just like their former Z enemies. They merely adopted their ways. So much for their whole “matazeta” bs.

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  10. SOL can you pls provide an email. So I can reach out to you. I'm curious about possibly helping to post articles. Considering I'm fluent in Spanish and also speak Portuguese. Thanks.

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    1. Do it playboy

      ghvkjbjkgvxgcyjdyjfyjy@gmail.com

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    2. I would love to read you work. Like Detroit, you always come with non biased facts and articulate them in an informative way. Looking forward to your debut.

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    3. Sean thank you brother honestly I'm inspired by people like Sol ( I dont think he remembers that a long time ago I gave some input on an article of his and he lightly said to maybe contribute. So I didn't forget that ). And also HEARST cause she displays articles really well. I definitely want to translate. But not just do it at the Google translate level. But to how the sentences actually would be read in English etc. But thanks man. Honestly I want to feel like I'm part of something SELFLESS. I do look to help others when I can. I'm not a saint. But I feel this would give more substance to my life.

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    4. Get a room boys, SIR will ve the power bottom.

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    5. 11:20 Bless u guys, your drug deals and your conspiracies,
      I'm just one more commenter

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  11. Why do CJNG complain about the other cartels connections when it’s been proven they have government backing too in the other areas they control. Smh.

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    1. In this case I think it has to do with the perception that the four people picked up were just regular workers and here this guy is breaking down how criminals, law enforcement and politicians are connected, coordinating and related. It's all about the optics

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    2. 5:27:
      His statements clearly aren't voluntary. They slapped him around for a few days to help him memorize his lines.
      The four guys picked up were just regular workers.

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    3. 7:57 its easy to find out, yea they told him what to say but is it true or not? Easy, he gave his cousins names, if they match than vingo, if they dont match also vingo!

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  12. Heads are going to roll

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  13. The guy in the video is listed as being 23 years-old. He looks a lot older, roughed up and spent a lot of the last few days on his knees. There is nothing voluntary about his statements.

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  14. Just found two older articles where they mention the owner of Pico Rivera were laundering money for the Gonzalez. One is in Spanish and the other is in English

    https://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-pico-rivera-nightclub-owner-charged-20150226-story.html

    https://laopinion.com/2015/02/27/dea-dueno-de-rodeo-night-club-vinculado-al-narcotrafico/amp/

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  15. These videos are Stupid

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  16. Jaliscas video snitching.

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    1. I dont know man but every time i see the word "snitch" i swear for some reason my head goes "Sinaloa" im not kidding or been sarcastic, its just automatic! I saw Jalisco at the begining but my brain changes the word jalisco to sinaloa, does this happen to anyone else?

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  17. Why dont they mention how much government helps them also, they are crybabies because the other group is able to even out the playing field now its a problem

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    1. I agree Obrador gets Bribes, let's the cartels run rampant.

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    2. 9:33 any source to support that?, or just what you think?

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    3. 11:46 every Mexican president for the last 2 decades has received money from cartels. What makes this old man any different?
      Abraxas no balazos pretty much sums it up
      Has he changed anything in Mexico?
      Has he attacked cartels directly?
      It's getting worse by the day and AMLO does NADA

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    4. 10:06 you see how the obrador nutthugger Lawyer, 11:46 tries to protect the grampa president. All hell is breaking loose. We all know he gets Bribes to let cartels run crazy. It was stated CJNG has taken over 28 States in Mexico. Thanks to Obrador and his Clown government.

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    5. 10:06 Any proof? or just what you think?

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    6. 10:52 "we all know he gets bribes..." , based on what?, your perception?

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  18. I guess telling on your enemies is the cool thing to do now...but only if it's on Instagram or tik tok.

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