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Friday, November 18, 2022

SEMAR Seizes Shrimp Boat with 10 Tons of Fuel & Meth off Shores of Mazatlán, Sinaloa

"Socalj" for Borderland Beat


The Secretary of the Navy (Semar) intercepted a shrimp vessel named "Tapilu III", which was carrying a considerable shipment of methamphetamine, as well as two vessels carrying more than 10,000 liters of fuel, in the Pacific near Mazatlán; while 12 people were arrested.

The undersecretary of Security and Citizen Protection, Ricardo Mejía Berdeja announced this Thursday during the morning press conference of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, that the seizure was carried out between November 9 and 10, as part of the operations at sea to detect the trafficking of illicit substances.

The ship was carrying potentially tons of drugs in its holds and, after being cornered, the criminals submerged the boat into the sea, managing to recover only 440 kilograms of methamphetamine, said Mejía Berdeja. "When they were detained, they submerged the boat, once the materials were collected, 440 kilograms could be rescued." 

Two other vessels were seized and had 10,600 liters of fuel in their possession.

These are vessels 60, 61, and 62 insured so far in 2022. The detainees and the seized material were concentrated in Mazatlán, to be made available to the Attorney General of the Republic (FGR).

Source Riodoce




30 comments:

  1. And some kids saying government dont touch CDS.

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    1. They've always entered into deals with the government, giving up product as part of the game.

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    2. but not 10tons

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    3. 2:06 Correction*

      They USED to enter into deals with the government, giving up product as part of the game.

      Not the same anymore. Update it.

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    4. 2:50; Correction*

      All criminals always have and always will anytime they can benefit themselves and / or hurt a competitor (friendly or not).

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    5. 4:11 Correction*

      Criminals, not the actual government....

      Update it boy.

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    6. Update:
      Criminals in government and their associated businessmen and banksters, today's version of the East India companies.

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  2. 22,000 pounds of meth?! DAMNNNN wonder where it was heading cuz that’s a lotta go fast amirite?!

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    1. True but did they weigh the shit wet?? I’m guessing a wet kilo weighs 2x a dry. Amirite?

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  3. After they “ recovered” that which sunk, is that when it was weighed?

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  4. THIS WONT GET NATIONAL SCRUTINY, PERO NO FUERAN LOS JALISCOS PORQUE LUEGO ANDAN MAME Y MAME


    ☺️

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  5. That’s a hell of a hit for I’d assume Mayo is tied up in it somewhere.

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    1. 4:23; safe assumption but it could also be Chapitos or our other friends further to the north; Isidros gang of thugs.

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  6. That was was the hardest working shrimp boat crew...around the clock.

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    1. Forest Gump was one of the crew members

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  7. That cracks me up because I lived in Mazatlan from 2003 to 2016 and realized that all the “respectable” monied people in Mazatlan other than the Coppel family made their money in shrimping or tuna fishing (Mazatun).

    Interestingly the Coppel family made their money as the first high interest credit card issuer throughout Mexico…..but where’d they get the cash to fund the consumers CC debt, and why was a finance company started in back then a much smaller city of fisherman and a couple hotels?? Hmmmm; let me think about this…

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    1. 4:34 are you insinuating something like money laundering?

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  8. Where is Sicario 006 and his elite team when they're needed to protect the weight?!

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    1. Zoom classes are over so he has returned to in person instruction for kids who fell behind.

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  9. Fuck Meza Flores DTO took a loss

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    1. 6:02 Nope he predominately uses planes/big rigs to Caborca and Mexicali.

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  10. “Michoacanos are the tweeker cartel, snitchaloas only work w coke, we are better than them. Just listen to our corridos”
    Every snitchaloa fanboy ever

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    1. 08:18 you mean CDS only works in fentanyl and meth, they can not afford to buy cocaine and the Colombian Cartels don’t like them at all.

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  11. I personally think a major driving force behind violence is all this whipped up dope they sell now. Especially the meth. Long term effects are psychosis, paranoia and violence. Hyper violence. Cause it’s been traffickers for decades it’s only since the late 90s , early 2000s when the level of violence gets ramped up like it is now. Now people look at Mexicans like they did Colombians back in the 80s. With fear and distrust.

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    1. Salient point; yet very unfortunate point 🇲🇽

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    2. 415Pm Schizo too. Ever since they changed recipe in 2011-2012 went all bad. They do not bother removing the P2P derivative which is what degenerates areas of the brain. Around the time Nextel radio was terminated too.

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    3. 4:15, 11:58; That’s random. Are you the same person commenting on your comment?

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    4. 6:38 Good observación. I think you are correct.

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    5. 6:38 & 12:09 I did not type initial comment. I have never in my life started a sentence with “cause”

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  12. They should of called me I would of store it for safe keeping then when they came to pick it up I would of told em inflation it's gonna cost u

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