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Tuesday, February 15, 2022

Chiapas: Hitman Reveals Names Of Drug Traffickers Who Murdered Three Migrants On The Border

"Sol Prendido" for Borderland Beat

The gunman also betrays a high-ranking National Guard commander who receives $100,000 for protecting Mexican drug cartels that kill migrants.

Supposed members of the self-defense groups detain and interrogate a hitman.

The disappearances of Guatemalan migrants are on the rise on the border between Mexico and Guatemala, whose place for the sale of drugs is disputed by the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG) and the Sinaloa Cartel (CDS).

Proof of the above is a video broadcast on social networks, in which alleged elements of a self-defense group interrogate a hitman who revealed the names of the drug traffickers who murdered three migrants; he even points out a National Guard commander that is involved.

In the video, people from the "Autodefensas, “Fed Up Citizens" appear, an armed group that operates in Chiapas, on the southern border of Mexico, interrogating a gunman, without specifying which cartel he belongs to. There are seven men pointing long guns at him, while the hitman answers questions about the case of three Guatemalans who were recently executed; he said it was all "a reckoning."

Mexican media reported that so far this 2022 there have been 40 disappearances in that area and constant clashes between the Sinaloa Cartel and the Jalisco New Generation Cartel that fight for control of drug trafficking on the border. For its part, the Chiapas Attorney General's Office has already opened an investigation folder, after the video was released.

Video translation is as follows: 

Interrogator: Who are responsible for the three Guatemalans disappeared from Antigua?

Captive: Elivar Giovanni Galicia, aka El Pollino, El Bayo, bosses of Chamin, Chumiz, Commander Nacho and El Alfa. The gentleman  Boyno gave the order to execute and disappear them in a ranch that belongs to Chamin in the Nueva Linda neighborhood. They are responsible for the deaths in Mexico and Guatemala. 

Interrogator: Why did they kill those people?" 

Captive: For not paying the ransom they were asked for and also taking away a new, gray van; along with a coffee trailer. 

Interrogator: Who are the bosses of Tuxtla and who do they pay?

Captive: Eddie "El 90" is in charge of Tuxtla and pays Captain Hiram Mejía Alba; Julio César Zúñiga, senior official of the National Guard, is the link between the Captain and Eddie 90. Juan Isidro (inaudible) pays the Captain of the National Guard $100,000 and is in charge of the highways in Chiapas.”

La Opinión


  1. Cartels would cease to exist without law enforcement's collaboration and corruption

    1. That is very true Mr kg.
      Mexico is so Curupt, that government likes the bribes.

  2. ABSOLUTE MOB Fed Up Citizens!

    Canadian girl💋

  3. And this is the end of this story.

  4. These guys probably wanted that ransom


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