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Tuesday, August 24, 2021

Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua: A Narco Message Against Police Corporations For Extorting And Confiscating Forged Cars

"Sol Prendido" for Borderland Beat

A narco-message against local police corporations was left this morning in the southeast side of the city. 

The scribbled message was placed at the intersection of Founders Boulevard and Miguel de la Madrid.

It warns State, Ministerial and Municipal to "stop harassing humble people" and not to take away their forged vehicles.

They claim that if they don't comply with this warning, "their worlds will go to shit."

Signed by Gente Nueva.

La Polaka


  1. Estos vatos tienen un cagadero un parral y los alredores y van a Juarez hacer justicia no mms

    1. Se me ase con son los del valle ladrando por la cuota del los municipales

    2. @1:29 del sur Mandan sicarios al valle de juarez

  2. Hey Sol, I think you meant foreign, not forged as the manta says “carros americanos”. Cheers

  3. Kagen los a la medida. Used cars are going for sticker price sometimes over the original new car estimated price. Todo es oro. Cada parta y el detalle. Agarense de todo.

  4. Covid has caused so much problems, that The Policia Municipal is stopping American cars and towing them for bs charges. The fees range from 11K to 16 pesos. Half goes to the tow guy and rest for the cops. The same is happening in Tijuana. The cartels are telling the local police to stop because tourism is going down due to the constant harassment for a mordida or what not. The cartels own businesses and need tourists to make money and wash money. Hopefully these municipal stop the extortion of people or else cartels can have free reign on these corrupt cops. All of them are corrupt, never have I met a decent non corrupt cop in Mexico. From Michaocan to Baja CA.


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