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Tuesday, January 3, 2023

The New Alliance


“Mica” for Borderlandbeat.com

The New Alliance, made up of CJNG, and Unión Tepito, gains ground in the Edomex



Two of the most powerful criminal groups in the country,

Two of the most powerful criminal groups in the country, the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG) and La Unión Tepito, decided to join forces to form "The New Alliance," even though their leader, identified as Carlos Enrique "N," alias "Bam-Bam" and his second in command, Nicanor "N," alias "Zarigüeya," were arrested in recent weeks

Several reports indicate that this group is dedicated to homicide, kidnapping, extortion, drug sale, and theft by cargo transport in the municipalities of Nicolás Romero, Atizapán de Zaragoza, Tepotzotlán and Cuautitlán Izcalli.

This weekend the Attorney General's Office of the State of Mexico (FGJEM) accredited the probable participation of Javier "N" and/or Nicanor "N", alias "Zarigüeya", Ángel Iván "N" and Maricarmen "N", in the crime of extortion against a carrier in Nicolás Romero, so they were linked to the process and would be related

"Zarigüeya" was identified as co-founder and second in charge of "La Nueva Alianza", according to intelligence information from the Secretariat of the Navy (Semar) and Municipal Police of Atizapán de Zaragoza,

While in December last year, Carlos Enrique "N", alias "Bam-Bam" was captured, he was identified as the leader of this criminal organization in the municipalities of Nicolás Romero, Atizapán de Zaragoza, Tepotzotlán and Cuautitlán Izcalli and is dedicated to homicide, extortion, drug sales and cargo theft, according to the Attorney General

During November, the Mexican prosecutor, José Luis Cervantes Martínez and his Mexico City counterpart, Omar García Harfuch, detailed the presence of eight criminal groups in both entities, one of which is "The New Alliance." On that occasion, six operators of that criminal group had already been arrested, which competes for criminal control with the "Los Peluches" gang.

This criminal group is characterized by recording its victims and subsequently placing messages or cards with threats to the government and criminal organizations.

26 comments:

  1. 2 of the biggest cartels? Lol. Tepito is only in Mexico City and are tienditas only.

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    1. Try reading again...
      “Two of the most powerful criminal groups.”

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    2. John Gotti only a portion of NY dummy!

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  2. Give it a few months there going to be at each other’s throats

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  3. Más flacas como el ctng

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  4. Desperate move I would say

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    1. It would be if cjng could wipe out the union and take of its lucrative hold on cdmx.

      Educate me on why cjng hasn't wiped them?

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    2. 4:55 u said it clearly cjng needs la union I don't think cjng has the man power to take on la union they tried but failed

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    3. 9:13 if any cartel could wipe out union they would. They control a domestic drug trade worth hundreds of millions annually

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  5. You guys throwing the word cartel around too much. How many kilos does the union de tepito exports out of mexico.

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    1. Try reading again...
      “Two of the most powerful criminal groups.”

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    2. 12:44 you don't have to export to be a cartel. They have Mexico city drug sales, one of the biggest cities in the world. No need to expand if they have good business there

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    3. 4:50 Cartels are criminal groups though?

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    4. Cartels are not criminal groups.
      A cartel is made up of groups.
      A group is made of people.

      A cartel is not criminal group. Having multiple groups makes it a cartel.

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  6. Primero se creen que es una alianza pero al rato las jaliscas van a empezar a tumbarle los jefes y se quedan con todo. Igual que en reynosa los metros les dieron las nalgas a las jaliscas y donde quedaron todos los comandantes? Y a donde va todo el dinero que se hace en la plaza de reynosa y la frontera chica? Abran los ojos bola de pendejos no se dejen chingar.

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    1. Los comandantes lacras y poquiteros de Reynosa se los a llevado LMV por creerse más "truchas". No tienen conectas y menos billetes para surtir merca hasta sus plazas, todos querían ser jefes pero no dan el ancho y los que si podían ellos mismos los traicionaron.
      De los Cárdenas y Matamoros se puede decir lo mismo

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  7. i thought they were with la fuerza anti unión

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  8. Jefe de jefes Arturo Beltrán Leyva used to control drug sales in Mexico. Too bad he was killed. La Union Tepito used to work for Beltranes.

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    1. Sinaloas been pushed up north and lost the main plazas of the south

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    2. Who do you think supplies La union ? Chapitos, they are the source.

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    3. 10:53 If CJNG are allied with la Union tepito wouldn't you think they get their drugs from CJNG?
      Or are you one of the wierdos who claim CJNG doesnt sell drugs?
      Chapitos been trying for a few years to establish themselves in morelos and in Mexico city. Not too easy when the biggest cartel in Mexico is in both those plazas. Cjng has a truce with la Familia michoacana in morelos, so there ain't no way those mocosos will ever have a strong presence there.
      Now with this new alliance, those chapitos don't stand a chance and better focus on the war they have with MAYO 😂
      your not to bright kid haha

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    4. 12:35 but but....

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    5. @10:53 you really believe chaputos the drug source in Mexico? Jaja

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  9. Que no mataron a un jefe delos de tepito en Guadalajara el año pasado o ase dos años en un bmw del año. Y ahora andan dela mano

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    1. Ese buey que? El negocio sigue

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  10. Tiene lógica la alianza entre los chilangos.

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