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Tuesday, June 4, 2019

5 Tons of Drugs Incinerated in Mexicali, BC plus Much More in BCS

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Zeta

Through communiqué FGR 268/19, the General Prosecutor's Office of the Republic (FGR) of Baja California reported on June 2 that 5 Tons of seized drugs were incinerated at the shooting range of the 23rd Motorized Cavalry Regiment of the city of Mexicali. 

Destroyed: "4 tons ,916 kilos 725, grams ,135 milligrams of marijuana; 485 Kilos , 110 grams,  680 milligrams of methamphetamine hydrochloride; 500 milligrams of cocaine hydrochloride; 2 grams, 100 milligrams of methamphetamine derivatives; 1,993 units of fentanyl; 79 units of methamphetamine derivatives; 5 poppy plants; 10 marijuana plants; 898 units of unknown psychotropic substances and 95 units of unknown illegal substances. "

Meanwhile in BCS the FGR destroyed thousands of kilos of hard drugs, especially crystal meth:
The Attorney General of the Republic (FGR) in Baja California Sur, incinerated narcotics related to various preliminary inquiries, research folders and pending cases:

The incineration included: 346,054 Kilograms of methamphetamine hydrochloride; 45.87 Kilograms of cocaine hydrochloride; 8,646 Kilograms of marijuana; 452 units of different psychotropic drugs, such as Clonazepan, Diazepam, Norpseudoephedrine, Phentermine, Methylenedioxyamphetamine (MDA); 27 milliliters of liquid substance known as hashish oil; also 407.77 Kilograms of unknown substances and 150 objects of crime, related to 72 files.

The ministerial diligence was carried out in compliance with the provisions of the National Code of Criminal Procedures, which provides for the destruction of narcotics that imply a potential danger to health.

The incineration event was held in a firing range, in the presence of the staff of the Internal Control Body of the FGR and the participation of elements of the Secretariat of the Navy of Mexico, Secretariat of National Defense, Federal Police, State Police Baja California Sur and Municipal Police of La Paz.


  1. Nooooooooooooooooo

  2. 500mg of coke r u stupid how does a half gram make the news???

  3. No gabachos were invited, they may catch the catch there, I am sure not a the evidence was burned, there is always some. Left behind to borrow for entrapment and for planting on suspects, otherwise how the Heil are the Mexican cops going to get suspects and presumed guiltier?
    --What I did not know is BS could make such big fires. Maybe they planted a few dry carcasses to get rid of more evidence.

  4. 2 faces can be seen in the fire. What are the chances of that. - Sol Prendido

  5. Burning adds pollution to our planet. There has to be a better way to dispose.

    1. USA when they get rid of contaband, they have a special machine, that does not emit pollution, but at the end converts it into co2

    2. US special machine puts it back on the streets

    3. 1:19 yeah, big American noses is a big machine,
      they do it by the brick.

  6. Because the seized drugs are burned up, you're worried about polluting the planet, seenyour pp. I think you're ready for the loony bin.

  7. Yes burn it all up for the world to inhale


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