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Thursday, October 10, 2019

"El Güero", CJNG Leader in Huetamo, Michoacán Killed in Confrontation w Police and Military

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Infobae y Televisa
                             “El Güero” was on the list of the most wanted criminal targets.
A confrontation between the Michoacán police and armed men left three people dead, including the leader of the Jalisco Nueva Generación Cartel (CJNG) in Huetamo, who was nicknamed "El Güero".

The shooting took place around 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday on the Huetamo-Churumuco road, when police and military tried to stop a truck in which several armed men were traveling. A confrontation immediately began when the men in the truck opened fire on the authorities.
Warning: Graphic Images on next page !

Three suspected criminals died during a confrontation between the armed men and elements of the Mexican Army and the Michoacán Police , in the municipality of Huetamo , in the region of Tierra Caliente .

Military personnel and the police were on a crime deterrence tour when they met armed civilians traveling in several trucks at the exit to Churumuco.
In addition to "El Güero", two other alleged hitmen  ("escorts" or bodyguards) were killed. Plus, a soldier, a policewoman and a minor, who were passing by were injured.

According to the authorities, one of the criminals killed is ''El Güero'', still a young man who is a criminal objective linked to the Jalisco New Generation Cartel and sought by the authorities for their probable responsibility in crimes of the federal jurisdiction.

At the scene of the confrontation several long weapons, tactical equipment and fittings were secured. After the operation a truck was secured, in which there were several long weapons for the exclusive use of the Army.
Increased insecurity in Michoacán with homicides, clashes and robberies:
In Michoacán, the strategy of Governor Silvano Aureoles to combat violence failed . The insecurity rates in his government already exceeded even the levels that were in 2012, when despair over uncontrolled violence caused self-defense forces to rise in arms.

One family belongs to a "community of lemon trees" in Buenavista, Tomatlán: 
"Unfortunately, organized crime has everything under control."
Read my recent Post about avocado farmers and paying
extorsion fees.

When they look at a worker or an orchard owner that is harvesting his orchard, if "they"  are not paid, they burn the vehicles, they beat the workers and  at the same orchard they threaten him with death or they simply disappear. ”

Rodrigo Antúnez Álvarez, director of the Michoacán Citizen Observatory , states that there were 345 wrongful killings in the second quarter of 2019 alone.


  1. Excellent 👍 work more dead CJNG members.

  2. Good riddance hes cjng.

  3. Another bites the dust.

  4. Maybe those beers weren’t such a good idea after all. Then again, neither is that line of work


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