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Thursday, September 8, 2022

Explosion Kills 3 Bodyguards of the Attorney General in Saltillo, Coahuila; Mayo Allegedly Announces He Was Responsible

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A new message has appeared online in which the Sinaloa Cartel allegedly announces they were behind yesterday’s explosion which killed three of the Attorney General’s bodyguards in the city of Saltillo, in the state of Coahuila. 


The message is signed as being directly “from, Mayo Zambada, Operativo MZ, CTE Cabreras.”  So, is the message legit or a hoax meant to heat up the plaza? 


The Attorney General's Office has seemingly ruled out the possibility of the explosion being an attack, saying it was an accidental gas leak. Meanwhile the newspaper Vanguardia appears to be discreetly challenging the official government version, citing evidence they photographed in the wreckage and interviews they had with witnesses to the attack.




The Message Allegedly from Mayo 


The following image was uploaded by Jalisciense on Twitter. It's important to note that this account is considered by some to have CJNG sympathies. Whether this same image was shared by other accounts prior is unknown. A reverse image search shows no other results however image cropping and resolution downgrading can sometimes cause this.



The message reads as follows, as translated by Ivan: 

This message is for the pigs of the government of Coahuila and the general population. 


Sinaloa Cartel laments the events that happened this Wednesday, September 7, 2022 in the city of Saltillo, Coahuila, in which we claim responsibility for the attack against the personnel of the Attorney General’s office, in one of the houses of the subdivision Real de Santa Fe, where three corrupt agents of the Attorney General’s office lost their lives and 2 others were hurt. 


This happened because you challenged our company. And for the recent drug seizures in Saltillo, and the recent arrest in Torreón. 


To the general population of Coahuila, don’t be afraid. 

This war is only against the hitmen and drug pushers that sell the product of the government cartel of Coahuila and the policemen that act as their hitman. 


The cleanse has started. We are coming for Jaguar, Hummer, Boxer, and the Attorney General Gerardo Marquez. We will cleanse Coahuila in the same way we are cleansing Zacatecas. 


To the general population of Coahuila, don’t be scared. 

We are just working people [or working-class people] from Durango and Sinaloa who know how to work. And we have been working in Zacatecas for a while now. Our work is guaranteed. 


Coahuila, and all of Mexico, are owned by Mayo Zambada, pure Sinaloa Cartel. 


From, 

Mayo Zambada

Operativo MZ

CTE Cabreras





The Deadly Explosion 

This message refers to an explosion which occurred yesterday, on September 7, 2022, at a house at address #267 on San Esteban Street, within the Santa Fe housing subdivision, which is located on the west side of the city of Saltillo. 


The explosion occurred at “around 6:00 am”, according to newspaper Reforma, and while “its five occupants were asleep”, according to newspaper La Jornada.  



All five occupants were bodyguards of the state’s Attorney General, Gerardo Márquez Guevara, and among the five was his chief bodyguard. The home was just 2 kilometers (approximately 1.25 miles) away from the regional Attorney General’s Office (FGE) where they worked.  


A video, shown below, is alleged to be street security camera footage of the explosion. This video contains no graphic content.



Video Source: Enrique Burgos

The explosion caused the two story house to collapse, trapping the five men inside the rubble. According to residents of the area, the noise of the explosion could be heard from miles away. Neighbors said that after the explosion, they could hear the survivors calling out from the wreckage. 


A resident of the subdivision told reporters "I was taking the children to school, when I heard a thunderclap. I never imagined that it was actually the noise from a house, and when I got into the truck and backed up, I realized that a house had just collapsed.”



"A man was asking for help. I got out to help, I started removing a support [lying on top of him] and I saw there was another conscious person trapped near his legs.”


Multiple neighbors reportedly called the emergency phone line and continued to help to pull some of the victims out of the rubble until firefighters arrived on scene and they took over the search for survivors. 



A different resident, a young woman who was getting ready to go to work at a plant in Saltillo when the explosion happened, described it saying "I didn't even have time to think - I just heard a loud scream. I looked out and heard that.. I saw everything destroyed. I didn't have time to think.”









"I never saw the person. I only heard their screams and we dialed 911. I stepped on the glass [of a broken window] and got dressed quickly without taking care of the cuts on my back and feet. I left the room and saw how everything was destroyed at the home - the only thing I did was try to find my dogs, who ran away scared, one of them was run over and killed.”


Video Source: Calvarie_Locus


Two of the five victims who were inside the house no longer showed vital signs by the time that rescuers located them. Three victims were found alive in the wreckage and rushed to the nearest hospital for medical treatment of the severe burns and other injuries they had received. One of the three injured died while receiving treatment due to the severity of his injuries. 






The rescue work of extracting some deceased victims became complicated and personnel requested a backhoe be sent to help lift up some of the rubble. The extraction process reportedly took more than 4 hours. 





The victims have now been identified as: 


Jesús Alejandro Zamora González (died after being hospitalized)


Alejandro Saavedra Saucedo (found deceased) 


Ricardo Ángel Hilario Gámez (found deceased) 


José Guillermo Favela (injured, currently hospitalized) 


Omar Ignacio Santiago García (injured, currently hospitalized) 


All five men were originally from Torreón, a large city in Coahuila, and they were renting the home while they worked at the FGE office in Saltillo, the capital city of the state.



The Attorney General’s chief bodyguard is one of the men who survived the incident but it’s unspecified which of the two survivors that refers to. He is reportedly being kept in the intensive care unit due to the severity of the burns he received. 



Six more houses on the street were structurally damaged by the explosion and at least 30 more have damage to doors and windows. The house directly behind the one that exploded was also damaged, although fortunately, that home was uninhabited at the time.


Video Source: María

A neighbor, whose house is next to the one that collapsed, was injured when the glass of her bedroom window broke while she was sleeping. She received medical attention for her injuries and is expected to fully recover. 



Several vehicles parked on the street, including an official FGE vehicle, were damaged, as well as children's playground equipment and benches located at a park nearby. 



Once the survivors were extracted, the site was cordoned off and personnel were told to leave the crime scene so that explosive experts from the Army (SEDENA) could comb through the wreckage for potential evidence about the cause of the explosion.








The Attorney General Responds to the Explosion


Just hours after the attack, Attorney General Márquez Guevara was asked by reporters in an interview about what he knew about the incident. 



He said the victims in the house were his “personal escort of bodyguards. There are five bodyguards that were there. They switch out according to their shift. They live there."



At 3:36 pm, Attorney General Gerardo Márquez Guevara released the following statement on Facebook, which translates as follows: 


I am truly dismayed. Saddened by the loss of such excellent colleagues in this great mission and my very good friends. 


This unfortunate accident ended the important professional career of Criminal Investigation Agents whose only commitment was to courageously serve the families of Coahuila. 


My solidarity and absolute support to their families. They should know that we will always be proud of their loyalty and they will have a place in the memory of the institution to which they gave their lives.  

I will remain very attentive to the health updates of their injured colleagues.





What We Know About the Cause


Sonia Villarreal, the Secretary of Public Security was asked about the incident while the search for survivors was still ongoing. When asked if she knew if it was an attack or an accident, she said "An investigation will begin. We still do not have that information but we will work little by little [to find out].”



Soon after, Francisco Martinez Avalos, the deputy director of Civil Protection (basically Coahuila state police), told reporters that so far first responders have stated that everything indicates that it was an accumulation of gas which caused the explosion. However, he then stated that in order to rule out an attack, the FGE will have to carry out a series of forensic reports in order to clarify what happened. 


Attorney General Márquez Guevara specified that there were no explosives at the house, only weapons belonging to the bodyguards, and, for the moment, there is no evidence that it was an attack, although they will not discard any line of investigation.


Then the FGE office sent out a press release which appears to state definitively that it was an accumulation of gas, writing: 

"The Coahuila State Attorney General's Office is strengthening the line of investigation into the explosion caused by gas accumulation, work in which municipal, state and federal security corporations are collaborating," 

Attorney General Márquez Guevara reaffirmed this, saying "The experts tell us that it was an accumulation of gas,” in a later interview. 





La Jornada reports that it was specifically “gaso butano” or butane gas in this article, which is an interesting detail because the type of gas was not specified in the FGE press release. 


Butane is a highly flammable, colorless gas that has just a faint odor, which can go unnoticed. It is often found in household refrigerators, aerosol cans, and as the fuel used in cigarette lighters. 



Butane is also found in Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG), a fuel type that is commonly used as fuel for barbecue grills, cooktops, ovens, gas fireplaces, and in portable heaters. 


Vanguardia asserts in this article that they photographed gas canisters in the wreckage and quote a witness who noted the explosion was “strange”. They write: 

The house was completely ruined and the authorities immediately speculated that the cause was an accumulation of gas inside the house, but in images of the place captured by VANGUARDIA, an intact gas cylinder with a capacity of 100 kilograms was detected.


This information outraged citizens and on social networks they called for a thorough investigation.


One of the neighbors of the subdivision spoke to VANGUARDIA and mentioned that the explosion "was something strange.” [...] 


When asked if there was a smell of gas when he arrived, the witness reported that there was not and "it seemed strange", and also mentioned that the rumble also caused damage to his house.



 



The Deadly Explosion Sources: Milenio, Diario de México, Lopez Doriga, El Coahuilense Article 1, Article 2, Article 3, Posta, MTP Noticias, ElGuzman on Twitter, La Prensa de Coahuila, Vanguardia Article 1, Article 2, Article 3 , Article 4, Article 5


The AG Responds Sources: Márquez Guevara Facebook Statement, El Sol de Laguna


What We Know About the Cause Sources: FGE Press Release, Statement by National Guard, Reforma, La Jornada, Vanguardia


105 comments:

  1. I would be surprised if this were El Mayo.

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    1. While we're on the subject of Coahuila, does anyone want to read a really good article on the Allende massacre?
      Google "GWU allende mexico" and it comes right up. You probably won't find anything more thorough on the massacre, especially in English. There are 41 links to documents in Spanish plus other documents.
      This is a very good read and I encourage everyone here to read it.

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    2. @detroit - great recommendation on the Allende article . Excellent read

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    3. 1:55:
      Check out the links. They address Ayotzinapa and a lot of other things. I hope to tear through this in the winter when it's cold out. This is some of the best reading material I have seen. I sent this to Hearst and Sol so I'm hoping we see some of this here in the coming months for everyone to comment on.

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    4. 6:24. Yep; anyone who believes this was Mayo is either a newbie or deliriously stupid. There is nothing in Mayo’s past to indicate this is anything close to his MO. Think about it; they’ve been taking care of their businesses for 30 years and they never displayed violence until Alfredo’s coke habits got out of control.

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    5. 3:53 uuuuu maybe he is mad he cant get a bonner anymore not even using viagra and he went on a rampage cause he cant rape underage girls anymore

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    6. Anonymous 7:11pm..love the comment. All to often these drug lords rape underage girls who cannot consent. So when you fuckheads cheer on el chapo, Escobar, RCQ, etc… they all are/were seekers of sex acts with young girls. It’s wrong no way around it. Only a disgusting child raper man has sex with a 13,14,etc.. year old girl! And thanks to Mexicos pathetic gun laws a parent couldn’t even defend his family. Fuck you mexicos gun laws. Let me hear the crybabies, “USA guns are a huge reason why Mexico is what it is,” I say, “ fuck you!” The 2nd amendment will never go away or be messed with in any significant way.

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    7. 7:41 the wheels are already in motion to enact massive nation wide gun control…the fact you dont have the vision to see this coming is sad and pathetic

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    8. 3:00 perfect less guns less problems

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    9. What good is nation wide gun control gonna do when there's hundreds of millions of guns already owned across the Us? It's just gonna make getting new guns harder.

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    10. 7:41
      The people you cheer on and look up to are probably into the same thing.

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    11. 3:00 what is pathetic is that you eat so much crap and really think it's cheetos right from the Trumpanzee's ass...
      Remember 400 officers in Uvalde tejas did not have the huevos to use their guns and million dollar training against one young deranged gun owner.

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  2. El Mayo has never been to jail . He operates from the shadows. He would not bring this type of attention to himself. This is a false flag operation.

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    1. False flag yes, but he did “allegedly” bring down the plane with Juan Camilo Mouriño in 2008.. so don’t put these attack’s out of MO.

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    2. @10:43 what you are talking about was Arturo Beltran Leyva who blew up that plane not Mayo

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    3. This is not false flag. It's missing one element, the excuse for more attacks.

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    4. 10:43 mouriño and Blake Mora were ot happy with garcia luna and co, because their BS had them testifying in mexican congress about their crimes, they were promptly blown out of the sky.

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  3. Fake, and you know how i know its fake? Cause it says "our work is guaranteed" they have never won a war so nobody in their right mind would believe them, so yea this is fake

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    1. Not fake Mister
      The explosion really happened.
      Your fake.

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    2. The blame does not always go to the right people or to all the culprits, remember Tim McVeigh??? His Indiana confederates of the KKK got away with murder

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  4. There's a lot more I planned to write, I just ran out of time. Sorry.

    I wanted to get into which groups are in Coahuila, if there were any instances of authentic CDS message similar to this one, and what those Torreon arrests they mentioned were.

    Hope I made it clear that I'm not alleging it's an authentic message, just covering that some other people are saying it is.

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    1. No groups in Coahuila, this is fake nonsense, the last group here was the zetas and they been gone for a while

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    2. Drinking that kool-aid, huh?

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    3. Cartel de poniente? Cdn? Golfos? Even cdj and cjng been in coahuila

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    4. No just reality, show us a video of any cartel group in Coahuila right now, CDN tries but they fail and run away every time

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    5. Fernando Purón was killed there in 2018. Zetas were suspected of that hit.

      https://www.statesman.com/story/news/2018/06/11/mexican-candidate-killed-on-border-had-history-of-defying-zetas/10142268007/

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    6. @el chino no they haven’t, maybe before 2015 but after that Coahuila has cleaned it up, show us a video of any cartel in Coahuila in the last few years besides CDN when they try to enter, but don’t forget they always leave running a few hours later, ask anyone who lives here, ain’t no cartels here right now

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    7. @sol that’s sad, but like I said they can try to enter Coahuila but the fuerza Coahuila and military been chasing them out every time, they don’t last here

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    8. 12:57 🤣🤣🤣 if you think a state in mexico is cartel free, theres only 2 reasons 1- you were born yesterday or 2- you are missing the fries for the combo (te faltan las papas para el combo) 😂😂

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    9. @12:00 That’s not how that works

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    10. Hearst:
      @2:06; Nobody makes Kool-Aid like ELMO.

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    11. 1:49 you also have to keep in mind that Cartel de Noreste has a known history of being in Coahuila either way.

      http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2020/02/monclova-coahuila-cartel-del-noreste.html

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    12. @207 @sol coahuila has nothing to offer cartels, the only two crossings are Piedras Negras and here in Acuña and good luck trying to control acuña lmfao there’s only one way in the city and one way out and the military check almost every car and the fuerza Coahuila ain’t gonna let them in either, no money to be made here

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    13. 6:51:
      I used to live in Acuna. Per chance, I lived in Acuna when the Allende massacre occurred.
      There are many ways in and out. The military checkpoint at km 53 isn't the only way into Acuna. There is a rancho on the southwest side called Cuevas. You can leave that way and there are at least 3 bridges across the river south of Cuevas. You can go towards Santa Eulalia. You can follow highway 2 up to the presa. The narcos control the presa. Last year they attacked two fisherman and intentionally rammed their boat.
      The Del Rio sector reported a record for drug seizures in 2021 and the Del Rio sector is currently the second highest sector for the capture of illegal immigrants. The DEA reports that the CJNG has a presence in the Del Rio sector and is the main criminal organization passing immigrants. You can read about seizures, immigrants, etc. at the DEA, FBI and DHS websites. Read the State Department's website. They ban federal employees from certain travel in Coahuila due to cartel activity.
      If you are in Acuna and are a gringo, you are walking around with a target on your back. The sooner you realize this the better. You have to stop drinking the water because it's affecting your judgment.

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    14. 6:51 care to answear 8:03's comment

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    15. That was my comment at 8:03. I hit a security update that put me on a google account. Right now I am in Google hell and they keep putting me as anonymous and my computer is stuck on the Pacific time zone.
      My recommendation to 6:51 is to go to the U.S. consulate in Piedras and advise them of his rosy outlook. They can help him by showing him the various U.S. government websites. He can help himself by reading the Del Rio and San Anton newspapers.
      That's going to be the limit of my advise. One thing that I have learned in 70 years is that there is no cure for stupidity.

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    16. 2:41 ELMO did not defraud banksters of more than 2 billion dollars or got the Coahuila state lawmakers to declare the debt a debt of the coahuilenos, the moreiros did that, and they also hired the worst criminals in the state, "the state police"

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  5. I have my doubts about this being Mayo. First thought CJNG but that would be to easy. Chapitos???

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    1. 7:14 mam you are brain washed AF, really? So the good guys are Cds and the bad guys Cjng? 🤣🤣🤣 Stop it both groups are capable of doing this and worse shit, not difference between them 2, the only reason Mayo has never reacted tjis way is because he has never been persecuted like other groups but if push comes to shoves he would do the same and worse, at the end of the day they are all drug pushers, drugs that kill 100's of thousands of people every year, they are selling poisen, they are killers in deed, so stop your lame excuse of a comment

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    2. Mayo has good reason to react, glad he has the brains to attack.

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  6. Eso me recuerda cuando la guerra entre Golfos y Zetas en Reynosa tambien hicieron volar una casa

    Podrían ser Norestes o bien Golfos

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  7. See what happens when Lopez Obradors government only goes busting labs, to one specific Cartel and not others due to favoritism and good bribes coming in.
    Curupt officials exposed on this one.

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  8. Who’s territory is it, cartel wise?

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    1. Coahuila crime is run by government not sure if it's the fiscalía the state police or both together. The state police were the ones that hunted Zetas out of the state.

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    2. Yup your right, they ain’t gonna let no cartel come in and try to control what they got going on

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  9. I believe the gulf cartel or Norte are trying to heat plaza up

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    1. They can’t even get in Coahuila so I doubt that

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    2. 12:00 I thought that’s always been the point of heating up the plaza though. To get the dominant cartel in the region to face backlash.

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  10. Only stupid people would actually believe that bs message...el jalisciense is a puppet of cjng n 2nd of all cjng loves blowing up stuff n pin it on contras

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    1. The ig page too i forgot the name

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    2. narcoguerramx?

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    3. So mayo never does anything bad? He doesn't kill he doesn't torture he is a saint that only sells drugs lmao.. please get off the meth. He is a piece of caca just like any other fcking cartel..

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    4. 11:58 yes mayo is a piece of shit like the rest but he has more brains than the rest.

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    5. Stupid people not involved in the drug game believe Mayo is innocent of anything not sounding right to them. Grow up!

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    6. Mayo has order thousands of deaths, more than mencho, just do the math of how long he has been on the game, he is a sicopath and pedophile may i add

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    7. 12:15 if by brains you mean snitch, yea he is by far the brainiest guy of any cartel hands down

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  11. Someone trying to heat things up for Mayo. Mayo has avoided this sort of public display he knows how to keep the heat at bay and stay out of prison foo.

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  12. I wonder what seizures in Saltillo they're referencing?

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  13. Who ever did it. There work it's not bad at all. Notice how no other buildings we're damaged.

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  14. All these clowns defending mayonesa like he pays their bills 🤣

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    1. bunch of crikeros posting comments here so it makes sense. Cjng isnt the only one pushing meth

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  15. This is fake, Coahuila hasn’t let a cartel in since the zetas and that was 2015, they been gone

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    1. 12:01:
      Your expert opinion is greatly appreciated.
      Please advise the Border Patrol in the Del Rio sector that all of the drugs that they are seizing and the illegal aliens that they are arresting are not real. That way they can be deployed to other sectors where they will be of some use.
      Also, advise the State Department to discontinue it's travel restrictions on federal employees in Coahuila because everything is just peachy there.
      Also, ELMO Fudd would like to give you a big hug. He sends his gratitude for your comment and hopes you enjoy the Kool-Aid.

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  16. Does anyone know which "images of the place captured by VANGUARDIA" showing an intact gas cylinder they were referring to?

    And has anyone seen that alleged Mayo message with a timestamp from earlier then when Jalisciense posted it?

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    1. Hearst:
      These are two important questions. I hope you pursue them.

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    1. 12:16 Yes he is, but in this case i dont think it was him, if it was cds they would actually pay to blame another cartel, like they always do with the terrorist shit they always do, Cds are the type to throw the stone and hide the hand

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  18. The New Normal
    Instead of dismembering bodies, with Mantas, the new norm will be explosions.

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    1. 2:09 what a dork.
      Cartels are starting to get explosives, in the Black market, it's barely starting and 😆 lol you call it old news.

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    2. BB has stories about this going back years. Old news.

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  19. I don't believe that there was any crime here. When you stop the video at the right moment you can see that the flash originates inside of the house. I do use propane at one of my properties and am more than familiar with all of the safety concerns. As a general rule, propane tanks don't explode. The have a release valve to release excess pressure. I have filled tanks when it was cooler outside only to hear my tanks hissing when it got warmer. After a while you learn to release the excess propane in recently filled tanks when the temperature rises.
    The explosion occurred inside of the house. They were fiscales and in all likelihood had their house secure so it is highly unlikely anyone placed anything inside of the house. If they had thrown an explosive device into the house, that would have been recorded on the video (good luck throwing a 230 pound propane tank).
    Most likely, these guys foolishly had their tank inside the house and the heat radiating from the walls elevated the temperature forcing the relief valve to release propane. One of the guys probably got up to have a cigarette or the propane fumes made it to the pilot light or some other source ignited the propane. The moral to the story is don't ever keep your propane tank inside of your house and just because they're fiscales doesn't make them any smarter than the guys they are chasing (doped up criminals probably have made this mistake as well).

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    1. What about Mayos letter????????

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    2. Hard to say exactly what happened. Detroit may be right on the money. It's Mexico. Shoddy equipment, lousy installation and improper safety controls are commonplace. That having been said.....an awful lot of smoke in the video. Perhaps it was drywall dust from the explosion, but if it was smoke, that's indicative of a device. Propane explosions usually don't have smoke.

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    3. 1:54:
      It's hard to think of anything stupider than putting a propane tank inside of a house. At least outside the propane dissipates. Inside the house it will only accumulate outside of the tank. Propane companies have distance requirements before they fill your tank. After my dad retired, he bought a farm out in the sticks. My dad's propane tank was more than 100 feet from his house and he still planted trees between the tank and his house because he was raised on a farm and knows that serious shit happens with propane.
      If anyone wants to learn more, they only have to google "propane explosion".

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    4. Our in house BB CSI, you got valid points. Now the letter could be real or a set up, from another cartel to bring up the heat on this cartel.

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    5. I maybe wrong but the house was built with bricks and cement so no drywall @1:54

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    6. 2:46 drywall is also placed in front of brick walls on the inside

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    7. Hearst:
      You are absolutely right and should pursue the butane angle. Almost everyone in Mexico outside of the city has experience with propane. Unless all five fiscalias were city slickers, it's odd that they would put a propane tank inside of their house. My gut feeling is that the butane was a journalist being careless when someone mentioned butane. The elongated blast suggests a high concentration of propane and that the primary explosion occurred where the source of ignition was and the propane ignited in other rooms as soon as it was hot enough to combust. I would see if butane has a lower flash point than propane and see if it has a different burn rate. You can measure the flash with the video. It would be nice to measure the distance the sound traveled as well if you can locate some video with good sound and a known distance.
      The difficult thing for us as amateur sleuths is we don't have access to the investigative file. You are a good investigative journalist to tackle such a difficult case, but for now I am going to stick with my gut feeling that this was a terrible accident. One way or the other, D.E.P. fiscales.

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    8. SOL usually they'll enjarrar/emplastar the walls on the inside of houses in México, to put drywall seems an unnecessary added expense. IDK.🍺

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  20. It’s time for zambada to go down

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  21. The flash time was about 2 1/2 seconds. That indicates a high concentration of fuel. The flash is consistent with a gas explosion.

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  22. HOW MUCH older was Mayo than Chapo? Chapo is not an old man yet but I’ve heard Mayo was confined to a wheelchair died of old age?

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  23. Someone is setting up Mayo. Mayo to smart to advertise himself and bring extra heat.

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  24. Definitely Chapitos.

    I hope Sir didn't overdose again. He is low on narcan.

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    1. 4:23:
      Sir is currently in Ukraine with sicario 006 working on a secret assignment.

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    2. Does SIRs Gibberish talk scare the Russians away. ?

      Russians in some Ukrainian Cities are breaking CCTV cameras, so no one sees the killings of unarmed civilians are being done by the Russians.

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    3. 4:23:
      They are trying to figure out how Ukraine can still make beer in a war zone. Pray for their success.

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    4. 6:24 whose success?

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    5. 6:24 I am making beer for you, and pretzels, eat and drink and be merry, but stop posting your slanted and outright lies and half truths and propaganda out of your jive talking ass...

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    6. 4:03:
      It's good to hear from you again Sir. I hope you enjoyed your trip to Ukraine. I hope that Sicario 006 didn't keep you awake snoring in the bed you enjoyed sharing with him.

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  25. 8:43:
    Chumlee, thanks for joining the conversation. Sir and sicario 006 are deep in Ukraine trying figure how they can still make beer even after the Russian invasion. It didn't go well. They learned that the Ukrainian soldiers are peeing in the bottles in order to make it look like Ukrainian beer production hasn't declined.

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  26. Straight Fake , Mayo is old school. About making money

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  27. FUCK SINALOA CARTEL AND FUCK MAYO ZAMBADA ILL KNOCK HIM TF OUT 😀

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    1. 🤣🤣🤣🤣 no mames, i would pay to see that

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    2. ^^^ this is what michoaenanos Juan gabrielones spend half their day doing. Fantasize about “knocking out” cds members. Why dont you go an actually do it?

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    3. I would beat the shit out of mayo and chapo at the same time, they wouldnt last me 10 seconds, they are some punks

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  28. If true, great work. Kill all corruption and government mafia, no mercy onto the filth, the liars and cheats.

    - Our work is legit/ guaranteed. Butcher these filthy stealing and murdering pigs, let them feel and suffer the consequences of their evil : hell.

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  29. Cabrera's has a strong present in Torreon

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  30. Jalisciense is a Cjng propaganda account.

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    1. NO it's a tequila company official Twitter

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  31. This old man gets no respect anymore.
    Like a grandpa who is too old to work but still working instead of retirement..
    CDS is a joke compared to what it was when chapo had control of it

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    1. First off el chapo was never the boss of cds. His daddy el mz was always the boss. Second el mayo rat son ruined the zambadas rep with the snitching. El mayo cant be so stupid to bomb anyone. To much heat.

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