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Tuesday, January 17, 2023

Baby Among Six Killed in Central California Home. Sheriff Says It Was Cartel-Related

"HEARST" and "SoCalJ" for Borderland Beat 


A 10-month-old infant, a young mother, and an elderly woman were among the 6 people killed in a central California residence yesterday. 

The sheriff told the press that he believes the attack was cartel-related. 




The Attack


At approximately 3:35 am on the night of January 17, 2023, residents of a Harvest Avenue home spotted two unknown male intruders sneaking onto their property on surveillance camera feeds.


Evidence found on scene suggests that the intruders either kicked or pushed in the door of the main residence and, then, quickly shot a man near the doorway. The intruders continued further inside and shot two men and an elderly woman. 



The elderly woman was later found deceased in her bed and Tulare County Sheriff Mike Boudreaux told reporters that, “it appeared she was shot in her sleep.” 


While this attack was occurring, two women hid inside a trailer home next to the main residence and dialed 911 for help. The emergency line phone call came in at about 3:38am, according to the Los Angeles Times.




A 17-year-old mother appears to have tried to run away from the main residence, clutching her baby to her chest, however, one of the intruders caught up with her outside. [It was later confirmed by the Sheriff that the teenager was actually 16.]

The mother and the 6-month-old infant were later found dead, lying in a ditch. Both mother and child had gunshot wounds to the head. The intruders then fled the area. [It was later confirmed by the Sheriff that the infant was actually 10 months old.]




One of the women told the 911 operator that “a male, Larry, shot her boyfriend,” and that “she believes somebody may be inside the house. She’s scared.” 

Other 911 calls from neighbors started coming in reporting the sound of gunshots. The report was initially filed as an active shooter situation due to the amount of gunfire heard.



Officers arrived on scene and found the mother and child dead in the street. They then searched the home and found the 4 victims inside. A deputy requested 6 ambulances from the dispatcher. 



Only one, a male, was ultimately found to still have vital signs. He was given CPR and rushed to the hospital, but he was pronounced dead soon after being admitted. 


Initially, authorities did not release the names or ages of all the victims, but said it appeared some were family members.



The two women who hid inside the trailer managed to survive the attack and give further details. They say that “by the time they [the intruders] came on to [the video feed], it was too late to do anything.”


Authorities are currently searching for two suspects for the attack. Although the intruders primarily focused on one residence, the Los Angeles Times says that the attack occurred “in and around three neighboring residences.” 


The “manner and swiftness” of the murders suggested experienced killers, Sheriff Boudreaux said, “If they are specifically shooting everyone in the head, they know what they are doing... they are comfortable with what they are doing.”


He continued, “I think it’s specifically connected to the cartel. The level of violence … this was not your run-of-the-mill low-end gang member.”


Video Source: Los Angeles Times





The Locational Context 


The attack occurred within Goshen, a town near Visalia, which is located in central California, in the United States. Goshen lies north of the city of Los Angeles and south of the city of Fresno, which is only about a half hour drive away. 



The 99 Freeway runs through the town and many articles note that Tulare County, which Goshen lies in, plays an “outsized” role in the smuggling of drug shipments coming from Mexico up as they head to distribution points farther north in the US.



Goshen is an agricultural town. In 2020, the population of Tulare County was estimated to be about 470,000 and it often hosts groups of migratory farm workers. Goshen, however, is only estimated to have about 5,000 residents. 


According to the Los Angeles Times, “the area has been home to the production of meth and the cultivation of marijuana, both legal and illegal.” 


Law enforcement authorities have not disclosed the exact location of the home where the attack occurred; however, ABC30 has quoted the Tulare County Sheriff's Office as saying it occurred “on Harvest Avenue between Road 68 and Kame Drive.” The Times of San Diego specifies that the house was on the “6800s block” of Harvest Avenue. 



There are only four properties in the area described and only two of these are technically in the “6800s block” of Harvest Avenue. These two are the houses #6834 and #6844. 




When this area is looked at on Google Earth, it becomes clear that many residences on this block and the blocks nearby are being used for… let's say some suspicious agricultural endeavors. Or, to put it more plainly, some houses may allegedly be functioning as illegal marijuana grow houses.   



How do we know these grows are illegal?


The current law in California states that each residence is allowed a maximum of 6 plants and anything over 6 plants requires a cannabis cultivation license with the state, permits from the local area and must take place in specifically zoned areas, none of which are in residential areas.





The Gangs in California


Tulare County sits at the border of the geographic dividing lines between Southern California and Central California. 


This geographic line also largely dictates the dividing lines of rival Hispanic gangs in the state. In southern California, Mexican gangs fall under the Sureño umbrella, which is controlled by the Mexican Mafia prison gang. 



The Mexican Mafia, sometimes called La eMe, have long had ties to Mexican drug cartels.


Meanwhile, the northern part of the state aligns under the Norteños flag and the gangs are controlled by Nuestra Familia, an offshoot and fierce enemy of the Mexican Mafia.



Central California often acts as a battleground area in the war between these two groups. The traditional territory cut-off line was believed to be Bakersfield, with any area above Bakersfield (such as Goshen and Visalia) falling into Norteño territory. 




That being said, cut-off lines are often fluid and there are currently pockets of Sureños within Visalia and Goshen. 


Additionally, Fresno, which is just half an hour away from Goshen, has its own independent Hispanic gang,  the Fresno Bulldogs, which fights against both Sureños and Norteños.



The Fresno Bulldogs are the largest independent gang in the state of California, with their membership estimated to be between 12,000 - 40,000. The gang has adopted the local university's colors and mascot as their own. Bulldog members are known for barking at possible rivals in public.


Much like their counterparts, their main source of income stems from street-level drug sales, including substances like marijuana, heroin and methamphetamine.





The Raid The Week Before


One of the homes that was hit by the attack was raided by law enforcement the week prior. The search warrant was conducted by a narcotics unit of the sheriff’s department and it resulted in one arrest and the seizure of guns, marijuana and methamphetamine.



The man who was arrested in that raid may be one of the three deceased male victims. The Los Angeles Times wrote that “DNA testing will be required to identify at least one of the men because of damage done to his face by the gun or guns used.” 



This speaks to one of the possible motives behind the crime. 


It is possible that after the property was raided, the man arrested was presented with a deal. The man may have been told that he could face less criminal charges if he agreed to give over information on a higher-up who owns/organizes the grow house.


If he had agreed to this deal, the higher-up may have gotten word of this betrayal and sent two hitmen to murder the family as retaliation. 


This is just one potential, non-law enforcement theory of the case among many others.



Sources: Los Angeles Times, ABC News, NBC Los Angeles, Times of San Diego, Daily Mail, Your Central Valley, ABC30, Visalia Times Delta




Update

1/17/2023 11:00pm CST 

At 1:00PM (PST), Sheriff Boudreaux gave an official press conference to provide additional information and correct earlier statements.


The primary corrections were to that of the ages of teenage mother, Alissa Perrez, who was actually 16 years old; and her son, who was 10 months old. 


She had been running from the scene when she and her baby were shot and killed. Her killer stood over her when delivering a final gunshot to her head. 



The teen was from northern California and had been living with her father's side of the family in Goshen for the last year. Her uncle, her cousin, her grandmother, and infant son were those killed. Jennifer Analla was the girlfriend of one of the surviving victims. 


The sheriff of Tulare County, detailed the names of the 6 people who were killed. 
  • 72-year-old Rosa Parraz
  • 52-year-old Eladio Parraz Jr.
  • 50-year-old Jennifer Analla
  • 19-year-old Marcos Parraz
  • 16-year-old Alissa Parraz
  • 10-month-old Nycholas Parraz

Three victims survived the attack and their names have not been released. 

The Prior Search
Two weeks prior, on January 3, 2023, Tulare County Sheriffs conducted a parole compliance check on 52-year-old Eladio Parraz, who had a prior felony. 

The parole compliance check visited him at the 6800s Harvest Avenue residence. His house was known to police for its history of gang activity. 

During the parole visit, the deputies observed shell casings on the floor. Deputies later requested a search warrant based on the shell casings, which was approved by a judge.  Authorities carried out the search and found numerous weapons and illicit substances, which included marijuana and methamphetamine. 

Eladio Parraz was charged for being a felon in possession of ammunition and firearms, as well as possessing a controlled substance. He was subsequently taken to jail. Four days later, on January 7, Eladio posted bail and returned home. 

Some have speculated that Eladio was the target of the attack because gang members saw he was out of jail and they assumed he had traded information. However, the Sheriff stated that they do not believe that Eladio was the initial intended target.

It is possible that one of the men who survived the attack was the primary target of the killings, and they don't want to release that information yet.

The sheriff has walked back earlier statements he made about the killings being cartel-related, stating that the massacre was gang-related based on what they know and due to the manner of the executions it could be cartel-related, or it could be a combination of both. 

A $10,000 reward has been offered for any information on the deadly shootings. But according to the Sheriff's Department, that reward will soon increase. 

The ATF, DEA, FBI, DOJ, HSI, and California Department of Corrections are assisting with the investigation. 

The Sheriff asked for public help, with possible video footage but stated that authorities know 'a lot' about who is behind the killings but is unable to provide some of that information due to the investigation.


Update

1/19/2023 9:00pm CST 


Additional information about the attack in Goshen, California, has emerged. 


It was recently revealed that court documents on Eladio Parraz list him as a Sureños gang member. The specific Tulare County gang was not listed, however, it should be noted that all Sureño gangs are affiliated with the Mexican Mafia (eMe).


It was also revealed that the victims of the attack were spread across three different homes, all located on one property on Harvest Avenue.


This means that the two intruders had to seek out family members in three different houses. This may speak to a certain familiarity the intruders had with the property, especially in light of one of the women seemingly knowing the name of one of the intruders, calling him “Larry” on the 911 call. 


Source: LA Times


172 comments:

  1. What the fuck is wrong with some people

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    1. Avocados from Mexico

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    2. There is a cartel proxy war for distribution rights, but I suspect the assassins were citizens from someone like la eme or sureños who know the terrain and escape routes better than Mexican nationals sent to send this message - b/c that’s what it was.

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  2. Damned organized crime in US soil.
    Was it necessary to kill the lady and the baby?
    I am sure it will be fully investigated.
    Good to know why the killings may have happened.

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    1. the guy that shot the baby is most likely dead by now, as for the wannabe shot caller from jail; you don't kill kids here ese. Tax Collector fans that will cry in prison soon nothing else. Condolences to the little ones..

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    2. This is the U.S. This piece of shit baby killer has rights just like everyone else. He's sitting somewhere getting stoned and bragging on how he took on this unarmed female and baby all alone. He's going to feel pretty good until he is sentenced by the judge.

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  3. "this was not your run-of-the-mill low-end gang member.”

    They sure as fuck didn't hesitate to throw those dumb bitches under the bus. A su verga! 🤣

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    2. 10:14 It made the news, don't be so racist.

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  4. "ACTIVE SHOOTER!!! quick everyone mobilize! Oh...it's just a cartel related hit. Never mind."

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  5. Shooting anybody is cowardly shooting a baby is ultra cowardly Scumbags rot in piss to those cowards when caught. And rest in peace little bub.

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  6. Only an animal is going to murder a harmless baby and old woman and minor, rest in peace to everyone and I hope justice is brought to the scumbags

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  7. Could this be related to the killing of the son of a eme leader??

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    1. Lol... you mean EX-eme leader, the one who is likely greenlighted by them for death?

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    2. Mencho sent them

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  8. Do the cartels carve US cities into plazas or is that just a Mexico thing?

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    1. Plazas in the US would bring too much heat

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    2. Cartels have no plazas nor have the pull to even claim one north of the border

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    3. @ 9:59 They could if they want it too establish a so called plaza however they are smart enough to realize the heat they would bring on themselves. Bad for business they do however have cells in just about every American city

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    4. 08:29 😂 yeah plazas are all bullshit anyway. A plaza just means that there is one or more people in that geographic region that is under control of said criminal organization. They don’t actually “own” the “plaza” it’s all metaphors for mentally restarted gang bangers to follow…..

      How the fuck are you gonna take over NYC or Chiraq? Or LA?

      Plaza my ass. That’s just the title they give someone before they die. Oops we have a problem, gotta kill that “plaza boss” right quick …..

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    5. Plazas have underground drug tunnels that are filled with golden unicorns and purple fentanyl

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    6. James Brown, atleast in southern California there is a sort of "Plaza" system that's controlled by "La Eme" (mexican american prison gang) rather than being called "Plaza bosses" they're known as "shotcallers" and they manage regions in southern california. So for example, you might have a regional boss for Imperial Valley, another for san diego County, one for orange county and several for L.A County. These shot callers tax most if not all of the gangs present in their designated areas and sanction "hits" or "green lights" on those people or gangs who do not cooperate. It's a lot more complex but that's a basic summary of how it works.

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    7. James Brown:
      No cartel controls any city in the U.S. However, street gangs control certain street corners or neighborhoods where the sell menudeo.

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    8. This isnt Mexico James Brown. No sicario is going to get involved for 2 mil pesos por semana. About 100$ a week. You can make more at Mcdonals being a lazzy ass then what sicarios make in Mex risking getting hacked alive.

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    9. 8:12
      Working at McDonald's
      You can't be a lazy azz, you are always kept busy. There work slogan, is time to lean, time to clean.

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    10. Sinaloa la cjng north cali Everything with exceptions there are cells from everyone everywhere

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  9. This is really low. Como tipo zetas just sad

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    1. This is typical of every cartel! They're all the same BS!

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    2. The Zetas would have dismembered the baby infront of the mother

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    3. 11:37:
      But CJNG would have eaten the babies heart in front of her.

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    4. 1:08 CDS would have raped the baby, then all of the above

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    5. 2:01:
      CDS would have snitched on the baby, then all of the above.

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    6. CDN would of put a vest on the baby and called it topa del infierno

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    7. Lol!! Cjng would've called it grupo elite del señor mencho

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    8. Pura gente del sicario baby 👶 y sicario monkey 🐒

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    9. Era el Commandante Gerber

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    10. You BBers are bad but the jokes are funny. The funniest is cds would first snitch on the baby then do all that terrible things.

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    11. It really is sick to joke about this.

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    12. Cjng would've made 10 videos and hanged 30 narcomantas talking about how they coming after sicario baby

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  10. Someone in that home snitched, and it seems like a blackout was ordered. This truly looks prison gang style of hit.

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  11. Excellent reporting BB...👌🫡

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  12. Larry Larry Larry Larry isn’t sleeping well not because of the deed But because he’s as good as Done💀

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    1. Isn't there an oldies song called " hat's off to Larry" By del shannon?

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  13. They want em to give Information but don't protect their family's

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  14. There are no good guys in the crime world they are all pretty much the same. Things like this happened and would hardly get media coverage, but now it happens and does reach more people. Who ever committed this was filthy, this is the glamours crime world we all came to see.
    In my town the unsolved murders and perfect crimes are all committed by the police or help from the police, I wouldn't doubt if this was no different.

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    1. 9:29
      I am assuming you're town is in Mexico, where you are right, hardly do crimes get investigated, and crooked cops work together with the criminals.

      This one happened in US soil, and is drawing attention to many law enforcement agencies, whomever did this cowardly hit on this family, has drawn a lot of heat I bet you we will have more information on who did it.

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    2. 9:43 bro I'm in Texas, do not understand that's the ideology of Texas is they will remove themselves from the US one day. There are plenty of open and closed investigations by the FBI into suspected murders and human trafficking by DPS agents in Texas. Don't believe me, or believe me it's fine. Right now they are in a full fledged campaign to enact as much civil forfeiture as possible and surveillance as possible against a certain group.
      Who that certain group is I won't say it's up to you to speculate.
      That's why I advocate more young people study law, and get their occupational licenses that are restricted to felons.
      A felon is a slave for life in the eyes of Texas.The slave owner wants more slaves so he makes more slaves and the slaves don't have access to the same privilege as the slaves.
      Gain those privileges and don't become a slave go study law! Get your occupational license!
      -little grapes

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    3. 10:17 dude I also live in Texas and have heard from Texans for years that they want to secede. That's never going to happen though. The government isn't just going to hand over the infrastructure they've built with tax dollars. It's good to fantasize though.

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    4. It’s wishful thinking and I really don’t blame the thought process but The feds would NEVER allow ANY state to leave plain and simple! As far as felons, I have a few in my family, some great people some pieces of garbage. Very very very tiny % of people are framed or are innocently convicted felons. Overwhelming majority are guilty as sin, maybe they got screwed somehow by the cops or the prosecutors but that doesn’t make them innocent or wrongly convicted. If one plays their game expect to play the game by THEIR rules.

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    5. Texas already did that once upon a time.
      I don't blame Texas for trying to do it now. The way Joe Biden is ruining things have people Keating to other countries

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    6. Texas has been talking I’d receding for decades now. But as Sol pointed out it will never happen.

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    7. That’s a little “old testament” my friend.

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    8. Don sol please move back to Fresno to keep the bulldog vatos in check.

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    9. 7:12 Your experience with the felons in your family are anecdotes. It's not a tiny % of people that are wrongfully convicted. It's way more than you think because of lazy law enforcement and lazy, careless prosecutors.
      Of course, I have to state that I'm not against law enforcement as many on this site are the "take 'em out back and shoot 'em without a trial" types and love them some overzealous Judge Dredd style of policing/prosecuting.
      These same types also usually complain about the incompetence of the justice system but when it comes to whether or not they convict the right people, all of a sudden faith is unyielding in our organs of justice.

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  15. Another great article, Hearst. Way more info here than I've seen in any other story in the media.

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  16. So the cops know who it is...in this reporting it said the 911 caller said A "Larry" shot her boyfriend. Could be gang related I searched up 6800 block harvest rd and a old sheriff police report poped up with a previous shooting incident, where a white guy was shot by some sureno gang members.

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    1. Oh. Very interesting. Thanks for finding that.

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    2. clues on what cartel/gang?

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    3. I'm not sure. I'm trying to figure that out same as everyone else.

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    4. 10:12
      Yes there are clues.
      Cartel not yet, investigation is at it's infancy. Due to the cruel nature of the massacre, top priority investigation, by more agencies. DEA, ATF is currently involved.

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    5. 9:52:
      Thanks for the research. Can you pass a copy of the police report on to BB admin?

      Shooting a baby in the head. California has 40 million people. You know millions will read this story or see it on the news. This is going to be a big story locally. There's going to be a lot of heat on the police with this one. They already have a known suspect. Some doors are going to get kicked in real soon.

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    6. I just got more info they were Surenos. The word on the street is they got smacked by other Surenos working for the cartels, for suspecting they snitched.

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    7. For that special dumb bitch wanting to bring up the 'R' topic. Don't even bother clown. You were specifically answered some posts ago. But because you were living in a fantasy then. It's just hard to accept it as truth from other people who have pointed it out now. Do yourself a favor and just stop living in the past based on your ignorant perceptions. Dumb ass.

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    8. Sol,

      what is the “R” topic? Sorry to ask but now you got me curious. If it’s something you can’t post or violates the blog rules I understand, but I have no idea what “R” topic is so you peaked my interest.

      Cheers

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    9. We show people getting their heads removed here. What could be worse than that? Unfortunately, there are some matters that people can't handle to be told. Mentioning them in detail will only open a can of worms that will lead to more questions. The answers won't ever be accepted by anyone who's convinced otherwise. It's just a hard pill for them to swallow.

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    10. Sol Prendido, I’m confused. Who are you upset with?

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  17. No worries whoever did the killings will for sure b taken out in prison if arrested

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  18. the cartel members responsible will be tracked down and caught the u.s. authorities dont f around

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  19. Everyone needs to relax. This is what's called the new normal. Next year it will be so much worse and so on as time passes, so this won't seem very bad at all!

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    1. how is killing a baby and a 17 yo girl normal I wish you a very normal life. ur type of normal

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  20. CJNG operates mainly in central and northern Cali . I wouldnt be surprise if it was them

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    1. You're still here writing your BS "secret management"?
      Your VIAGRAS/CU family members practically extort, kidnap and murder innocents in the plazas they control in Michoacán and Guerrero on a daily basis and it could have also been CU that ordered this hit since they also traffic drugs in that region.

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    2. They don't call CJNG the baby killer cartel, aka Los Mata Ancianos for nothing.

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    3. If you didn’t know pretty much everyone is in Central Valley plenty of ranchos just like Mexico

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    4. Actually this is true you’ll find a bunch of Michoacanos here in Central Cal , Sinaloenses are mostly in LA . So yeah it could be CJNG that would make sense .

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    5. There’s a lot of Mexicans from southern Mexico in Central California . Most from Michoacán , Guerrero , Oaxaca , Chiapas

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    6. 11:43 mata ancianos means old man killer

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    7. 2:28, 2:32 BS. I live here in the Central Valley. The people from México who are uncommon in the SJV are those from the gulf region and states that don't have a lot of population or are border states. Every single state from the Pacific side of México is present here.

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    8. 4:24 that's what 2:32 said

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    9. 7:39 all I see that he wrote are four states, must be those disappearing comments huh?

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  21. This was typical meth murder

    And typical small towns sheriff blaming a drug cartel

    I am sure the meth came from traffickers connected with CJNG or Sinaloa but no one gave an order to do this.

    It's always always local guys, always addicts. The one case I can think of was El Sillas, but that never went through.

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    1. Nothing was mentioned about Meth.
      More mentions of Marijuana and Marijuana grows.

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    2. I can always be wrong, but there will be meth somewhere here. There's so much meth in those areas, its like SD, a large percentage of yearly killings are linked to meth

      not really killing over drugs, but BECAUSE they are high on drugs.

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    3. Here's some of the reasoning:

      the general area, Tulare

      The specific area

      the time of the killings

      The video surveillance on a house in a low income area,

      The outside appearance, multiple cars, and a trailer in attached property

      Drugs raids conducted in days previous

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    4. Meth actually was mentioned in my story.

      There was methamphetamine seized from the property during the raid that occurred the week before.

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    5. I can actually see this being over weed business

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    6. 2:05
      The illegal weed business is flourishing, in Hombolt County, Mojave Desert, Fresno .

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    7. Agreed, this had nothing to do with the cartel. They wouldnt want that smoke from the US govt. Some tweaked out cholos most likely...but I know alot of black fools named Larry. Could of been some black gangsters robbing and killing them.

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    8. 3:59 Can confirm. CA is total weed land now both legally and illegally.

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    9. @J - Agree completely. Whenever I hear a sheriff blaming ''The Cartel'' (it's very rarely specified which) I'm always dubious. ''Cartel murder'' drums up media interest, which holds the bosses to ransom- it either justifies expenditure after the fact or ensures funding that might be allocated somewhere else.

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  22. Everyone calm down and relax lol. Cartel this cartel that blah blah... Remember the family in Tennessee that got killed? They were quick to day it was the cartels and it turned out it was a family member.. remember those 4 white guys decapitated in Oklahoma? They said it was cartels when in fact it was the fellow white guy they were trying to rob. Means to an end to justify their police budgets and militarization.. just my 2 cents

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    1. El Benny keep calm, keep your underwear on.

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    2. You're exactly right. This is just making news to feed GOP leaders to promote so called border security. It has nothing to do with cartels. This is American gangs doing this shit.

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  23. The Rhoden family in Ohio.

    4 men killed and strangled in Alabama in 2008.

    Long trend of sensationalizing murders from Sherrif's, often in small towns. Feds wouldn't say this kind of thing, it's irresponsible.

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    1. Do you think it's irresponsible for BB to dedicate posts to cases like this?

      I promise I'm very open to hearing whatever you guys think. Tell me your thoughts.

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    2. Nothing ever directed at you, no criticism, ever.

      Just about the story itself. Not even your story. I do think a good mention of how often this is invoked is worth something.

      it's almost like a cultural trope now, like candy fentanyl in Halloween, a gruesome murder and cartels are blamed

      it's nuanced because I am sure in those areas there are meth trafficking operations linked to Baja based networks, aligned with CJNG and Sinaloa, probably this one too

      but this isn't a cartel murder, it's a gang/meth killing.

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    3. I would even think this could mostly domestic in nature. Due to the killing of a child.

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    4. I didn't think it was directed at me, J. I was just trying to think about the best way to responsibly handle this type of news in the future, you know.

      Maybe blaming Mexican cartels for US citizens killing other US citizens is the new satanic panic.

      I think mentioning previous cases in which this cartel claim is made and it ends up being false is a good idea going forward.

      Thanks for the help, J. Always look forward to your comments.

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    5. This sort of story ABSOLUTELY should be published here. It's gotten quite a bit of press NOB, but none as comprehensive as this story.

      For fuck's sake, the Sheriff *said* it was likely cartel related. He knows the circumstances of the prior search warrant and who this guy was involved with, allegations of cartel involvement by US law enforcement should not be taken lightly. I'd much rather err on the side of naming it a cartel murder based upon the comments from the Sheriff and later doing a correction story than not publishing this excellent piece.

      Keep in mind that the Sheriff is an elected position....it would be foolish politically for a Sheriff to stick his neck out with a comment like that if he didn't have reason to believe it's true.

      The cartels/La Eme/Nortenos/Surenos all interrelated, you're a fool if you don't think so. Just where do you think those last 3 get all their drugs from for their primary source of income? An attention/heat attracting hit like this is not gonna happen without a greenlight.

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    6. Why could it be CSRL or something else instead? Caborca Cartel? Beltran Leyvas, Chapo Isidro, Arellano Felix or Cartel Viagra?

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    7. Michoacan is heavy in that area with CJNG. Sinaloa is more LA, San Diego.

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    8. Zetas had a few people set up shop in Tulare long ago.

      California is big so lotta cartels doing business there. Stupid ass CDS nuthuggers think they own California.

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    9. Herst thank you for all your detail in your stories I have a question .what makes you think it was a grow house besides it being common in the area

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    10. On the overhead views you can see they have been growing a few dozen plants in the backyard of that house, and several other houses in the area. The fenced off area with several rows of large plants is a tell tale sign of illegal growing.

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    11. 03:26 who you calling a fool foo

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  24. A corrido can be composed from this.

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    1. I dont know about that. First who would even want to sing about a baby being killed . Second i wouldnt play it.

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  25. Cartels? or mostly US gangs?

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    1. The gangs profiled in our story are US gangs, not cartels.

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    2. Was referring to the title. Good article.

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  26. Baby killers have a special place in hell. Burn, you b-s.

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  27. Mexico just issued a travel warning for its citizens to avoid California as the gangs are involved in a vicious and deadly territorial battle.

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    1. All countries shld issue a travel warning for all of mexico.

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    2. For reals 🤣 Shiver my timbers. I am moving to Tijuana where I can get my head cut off.

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    3. 2:41 For a reason lots of canadians avoid some spots of the US

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    4. There should be a travel advisory for Rosarito, Mexico.
      A few days ago, 2 Tourist from California went to celebrate, their marriage anniversary, and las Rocas hotel, a supposed to be safe hotel.
      After dinner and dancing at the hotel, the husband is found dead.
      The police say he fell, from the 4th floor, others say foul play, he was murdered. This too is being on news sites, it won't go away, as he works in the court system.

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    5. Here I’m more worried about drunk drivers, fentanyl and violent/psychotic vagrants than Mexican cartels lol. And I’m fairly close to the border.

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    6. 2:41 Oaxaca is fine

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    7. 6:56 Believe me, sicarios have more important stuff to do, than randomly killing people,

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    8. 11:41 like what smoking meth. That is literally their job description

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    9. 11:41:
      Thousands of Mexicans have been killed randomly by cartels. The number of cases is too numerous to list.
      Remember the violence in Juarez in 2009-2012. Sicarios were told that they had to go out and randomly kill 10 people per day. This gave Juarez 3,900 homicides in a single year. Between 2009 and 2012, cartel sicarios (through their street gang enforcers) killed more than 8,000 people RANDOMLY in only one city.

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  28. Larry Larry Larry run for the Mexican border hijo de puta

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    1. Raja how is India?
      Why no one eat cows, they are more like pets.

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  29. The entire gang shld be exterminated.

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  30. Doubt that a sureno gang did this,they know than that, as soon as they step in prison they will get got

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    1. My friend... These days who knows will do what. Their is alot of Sur side guys that do foul shyt. That goes for everyone. And do your homework on prison politics. The SNY gangs have big numbers inside right now. Also the South siders and Norte have made an alliance. It's No secret

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    2. 4:09 u do it homework before commenting on things u most likely don't know shit about,I know that "los Senores" don't like it when a kids are killed,idgaf about the nortenos n it has nothing to do with an alliance

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    3. 04:09 damn you for real? I hear Cartel Bloods has an alliance with Cartel Crips too — or something like that G shit

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  31. Seen a video on YouTube by some norteño dude, seems pretty insightful and very plausible.

    https://youtu.be/qDpyTzaSgz0

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  32. The man arrested in the raid was maybe part of the deceased. If he was released, then maybe the others thought he was singing.

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  33. Damn, it’s more than personal at that level. I wonder if Miguel Angel Marquez aka Lucky (Fresno Bulldog) will have to relocate when he gets out the Feds. Then again, He caught his case in Cleveland OH, with Black and Gordo but he gave up the money back home. 🤔

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  34. These hijos de la chingada should be fried to death. Fucking scum.

    The prepucioless rabbi

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  35. We're working on an update that we'll add into this story with all the corrections and new details they released in the press conference.

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    1. Thanks Hearst. Definitely looking forward to it.

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    2. Thanks for posting a picture of the baby at the top. This really drove home the story. It's hard to imagine any beast shooting a six month old in the head. 100 comments in under 12 hours. This has really pissed off a lot of people. If you didn't post the picture, you probably wouldn't have gotten 20 comments.

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    3. The unintended consequence of putting the baby in the first image is I ended up spending an inordinate amount of time staring him as I checked on comments.

      He was such a cute baby. He had the sweetest little smile. This story rips me up.

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  36. Who sits up watching a video feed at 3am? Only criminals , 2nd they got busted a week earlier so someone is in custody and probably spilling the beans.

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  37. Maybe post a larger picture of the baby at the top of the update. They need to post a picture of this baby in the cell of every druggie supporting this BS. It's wasn't only the "sicarios" who killed this baby. It was every person who buys product from these people who used these proceeds to pay for the rifles and bullets.

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    1. *yawn

      It’s actually the fault of our government that keeps upholding the prohibition laws but nice try though.

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  38. Some people may not know that one of the many crimes "Boxer" Enriquez was jailed for was involvement in a brutal killing in East L.A. decades ago. It's in the book (can't recall the details, but very young kids were killed), and he was maybe a Surenyo and not even Eme at the time. He was also a raging meth and herion addict, so add the paranoia of someone snitching from a bust a week ago with drug addict paranoia and you don't need high up orders to do something like this, just a raving murderous lunatic.

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    1. @8:46 Here is that crime that you're talking about. EME assassin Jimmy "Character" Palma was killed by his carnales for his role in killing kids....
      " 23 year old Arcadian Jimmy Palma was ambushed and stabbed to death October 13 in the exercise yard of San Quentin State Prison. A Superior Court judge sentenced him to die for killing two children and their mother in El Monte in 1995."

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    2. That was it, it was in his book among other disturbing things. It lead to a strong push by the feds to break down eme.

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    3. Arcadia...only chinitos live in Arcadia now.

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  39. Fuck meth, Hitler was a meth addict.

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    1. Yes and even his senior officials were perplexed by his unhinged enthusiasm for things due to his chronic meth use. He started with cocaine, then Eukodal (oxycodone) and then seemed to have finally settled on meth (Pervitin) and that became the go-to for him and many other nazis.

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  40. Regardless of anything... Family and especially moms n kids are hands off. Everyone knows that. But only way to break people like that is to return the favor

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  41. There saying a few that ran, survived the massacre, hopefully they can say who, the fkers are that cold blooded killed the family.
    New York Times is far away and they are reporting on it to.

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  42. This also has ipv written all over it/ intimate partner violence.

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    1. Not really keep in mind, the place was raided by police a few weeks ago, thanks to a felon on parole.
      After posting bail, his partners, thought he was going to sing like a bird to the detectives, to avoid going back to prison. Glad your back Ms. Blue Moon H.

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    2. Yes, I just read up on it, gracias🚀

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  43. Only a matter of time til they get caught..I’m assuming and hoping sooner than later knowing that all resources and all hands on deck for this investigation.

    The Sheriff didn’t share too much info in his brief earlier regarding what they already know for obvious reasons and integrity of the investigation. He made it clear they have a good amount of intel tho. FBI/ U.S. Marshals/ Local and State Govt. going after this low life pieces of shit full speed.

    On other news..Chapo is requesting to get extradited back to a prison in Mexico. Wants an interview with AMLO etc..we know that ain’t gonna happen…

    Nothing new on Ovidio/ internal war in Sinaloa with Chapitos and Mayos? Too much heat to make any moves of retaliation?..And of those idiots shooting at a U.S. Drone at the Border…

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    1. It's a matter of time, the local gangs are now on a microscope, by all agencies.
      Whomever did it should have laid low, they think it's Mexico, where you can murder and get away with it.
      Hope serveilance video captures the killers.

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    2. Cali is worst than Mexico now days.

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  44. I live near this town. I'm thinking the previous drug raid resulted in some information being given to the PD.

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  45. @1:14: Good post. My take on this "one" particular incident sociological . 1. Mexican narco-cartels and US based street/prison gangs "must" use violence for a host of utilitarian and symbolic reasons; 2. the massacre has "symbolic" aspects "warnings" common in Mexico (all that is missing is "cartolinas" saying "Esto me paso por--". ; 3. the location of the massacre had criminal "priors" which indicates criminal "networks" (involvements with other individual and larger entities); 4. the assassins were likely crude "sociopaths -psychopaths" with many personality and lifestyles indicators attached.
    Modern criminology coupled with forensics sciences technology is probably kicking in big=time to identify many aspects of this "indicator" (index) homicides.
    I Bet, much is known, much will be learned... and much will never be revealed to the public.
    My advice to young people: Forensics and behavioral sciences (Big Brother) technology will find you and neutralize you when ever it likes and in the meantime maybe let you think you are getting away with crimes.
    Too bad, "if" you youngsters don't understand the above, you should see modern autopsy reports on people who die violently....
    Winston
    Ministry Of Truth

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    1. "Too bad, 'if' you youngsters don't understand the above."

      People who immediately talk down to others are clearly deeply insecure.

      Bit of a shame really because I'm very interested in criminal profiling, behavioral psychology.

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    2. This could also be any other mafia hit other than cartels.
      What now? Every drug related killing that happens in this country will be immediately assumed it's cartel because someone claims similarities with these killings and those in Mexico?
      Like no other mafia has ever done this in the history of the world before?

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      Mijo mafia is not the right word, that's old school, word rarely used, you might as well say Gastapo.
      Where in 2023.

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  46. This was definitely personal..... pretty sure the killer knew the family...

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  47. @Hearst 9:03 AM: Explanation: In my post, I meant to warn young people (still relatively "ignorant" about life) that they are virtually generating data about themselves every waking hour. Surveillance technology couple with many other kinds of behavioral and sociological factors is being accumulated and stored for hueristic purposes and inferential profiling that can later be applied to effect ones life.
    One day, in the future, the day may come when AI and profiling technology will determine:if you get a wanted job or not; where you live; if you get a loan; and others things you take for granted now. China is already applying the above.
    What is this surveillance data? Well, things like brand purchases, locales frequented, school grades and deportment reports, friends and associates, medical syndromes and symptoms, time spent on certain activities, blaa, blaaaa..
    AI technology, using such data as the above (for individuals and groups) can the be used to spit out probability outcomes "if" the State or other monitors need to. Like sheep being led, AI technology may guide people up to better lives...or over cliffs, like lemmings. And, "if" lemming-like...they will have no clue.
    I have direct experiences with young criminals in jails, prisons, and out on the streets... Many of these individuals have life-histories that clearly show minor steps to lemming-hood. Now, AI technology, is able to "predict" outcomes and social memberships...
    ---- Short story: Many years ago, I interviewed an old priest at a Catholic school. As we watched the kids playing in the yard... He, said, "I look out there and can almost predict which of these kids is going to go wrong." Well, this old priest was using his personal experimental AI .... Today, what this priest applied is done by powerful AI technology.
    One last example, Insurance companies are keen to know behavior, lifestyles, life histories, genetics, diets, etc... With diverse kinds of these data, they can virtually predict how long one lives, mode and manner of death.
    Finally, all the above definitely sounds idiotic... But, there was a time when many things around us were deemed impossible...and are now taken for granted...
    That boy or girl preferring blue (or red), with a certain posture, vocabulary, speech patterns, routines in sleep, eating, hygiene, associates, genetics, school performance (not just grades), etc, etc... Big Brother is watching and knows (pretty much) the outcomes...
    Mexico-Watcher

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    1. Bird Watcher

      Are they tracking your every move?
      Take off the ankle monitor, no wonder your getting all paranoid.
      You need to voice it to the Reddit kids.
      Don't abbreviate AI, spread it otherwise you confuse the youngster's. A.I.=
      Artificial Intelligence
      Yes 60 minutes ran a clip about , in communist China.

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  48. Just wow. What is wrong with people ? Smh a baby and a 16 year old dead?

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