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Wednesday, January 4, 2023

FGE Transfers 191 Mexicles

“Mica” for Borderlandbeat.com

The Mexican Government decided to mix things up and transfer 191 inmates from Cereso 3 Juarez in 2 flights.



Most of the transferred prisoners are from the criminal group Mexicles.



The transfers were the following:
  • 41 to CEFERESO 1 “Altiplano”, Almoloya de Juárez, EdoMex.
  • 35 to CEFERESO 4 "Northwest", from Tepic, Nayarit.
  • 38 to CEFERESO 5 “Oriente”, Villa Aldama, Veracruz.
  • 41 to CEFERESO 13 “CPS Oaxaca”, Miahuatlán, Oaxaca.
  • 36 to CEFERESO 15 “CPS Chiapas”, Villa Comaltitlán, Chiapas.



15 comments:

  1. I’m sure they’re upset. Considering they had all the luxuries in Juarez and close relatives/friends. No one will give a shit about them in their new home.

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    1. Don't be naive they just got set up like pigs for the slaughter

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    2. 4:26 por andar ay de vivitos!
      Wish there was a clear interpretation but I'll try.
      "This happens because they don't think about consequences. They pay for those consequences with their lives".

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  2. If they are getting separated, in groups. Wouldn't this make mexicles more powerful now that they are spreading

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    1. Not really Mister, more of the other prisoners will be hating them for being in their turf.

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    2. It all depends on a few factors and what the Mexicles are willing to do to prove they aren’t folding. If they stand tough and start building a little reputation, people will want to join. The FEDS had this unintended consequence with the G 27 from PR (one of many examples) There are No Federal Prisons in PR, so the 27’s spread rapidly across the US and the 👍 are typically more violent than the Netas, which attracted new members.

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    3. They only have power in numbers, and the support required on the outside would need to be equal to that of Juarez.

      In the past, the government in a situation like this would put a Zeta in CDG prison.

      How many other Mexicles in Oaxaca greeted the new 41 transfers?

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    4. It is possible...this was the case with La Eme/Mexican Mafia in California. The CDC broke up the initial group, sending them to different state prisons, they provided money, drugs and support for them to setup and take over in those prisons too, and into the Federal system....the difference here is there is likely already established and probably rival gangs at those other prisons.

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    5. I don't believe that there is a general population in Altiplano. I believe that their contact with each other is pretty restricted. Can anyone comment that has reliable information about these prisons?

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    6. Mexico is finally learning how to deal effectively with these punks. The situation in Mexico is slowly but steadily improving.

      Thanks Mica for staying on top of this.

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    7. Mr they are part of cds doesn't mean anything you walk into a prison where your rivals outnumber your group get ready for a bumpy ride

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  3. Mexico is a paradise to drug cartels thanks to the ineptitude of USA. They are the ones responsible for the cash and weapons cartels are looking for. Thanks USA.

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    1. Your so demented.
      They also smuggle drugs to other parts of the world 🤣.

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    2. Weapons arrive to Mexico from Central and South America and China. Large numbers. Mexican Cartels ship large amounts of coke and various opiates to Europe and the UK in quantities that rival the U.S. Read a freaking book, and while your point abount Mexico being a fairly welcome playground for these guys, it is NOT solely the U.S.'s fault. Mexico needs to clean it's own crap up.

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