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Sunday, October 2, 2022

Tapachula, Chiapas: Wide Is The Road That Leads To Destruction

"Sol Prendido" for Borderland Beat

An 8 man team of armed enforcers surround a restrained man on his knees. All individuals are part of an unknown organized crime group out of Tapachula, Chiapas. 

The condemned male, a prior military service member in service for underworld figures, will narrate before the camera the events that brought him to be captured by his adversaries. 

A stocky right handed assassin wearing a red cap will use a knife and a hatchet to quickly remove his head once the interrogation comes to an end. 

Warning: Graphic Video

Video translation is as follows:

Interrogator: What’s your name?

Captive: My name is Ramon Antonio. 

Interrogator: Before coming here where were you ?

Captive: I was in the San José Terán neighborhood of Tuxtla Guiterez, Chiapas. 

Interrogator: How many individuals were there with you?

Captive: 20. 

Interrogator: Who we’re your bosses?

Captive: Commander Yahir and El Pulseras. 

Interrogator: What were you doing when you were detained?

Captive: We were confident once detained because of our deal beforehand with the government. 

Interrogator: How many individuals were coming this way with you?

Captive: We were a caravan of 7 vehicles. 

Interrogator: Why were you detained?

Captive: We trusted that there wouldn’t be any problems with the government because Commander Yahir had spoken beforehand with them. 

Interrogator: How many dead did you see?

Captive: 20 individuals. 

Interrogator: Describe to me El Pulseras. 

Captive: He’s a tall light skinned man with colored eyes. 

Interrogator: What about Commander Yahir?

Captive: He’s a uniformed policeman. 

Interrogator: What was your job before this?

Captive : I was a military man

Interrogator: Alright. Let’s do this. Look here you sons of bitches. This goes out to you Roberto Yahir Hernandez. You fucking disloyal commander. You’re all a gang of kidnapping liars. Keep sending these dumb asees towards us. You sons of bitches gang of dogs. This drug corridor already has an owner you sons of bitches. This is a demonstration so that you dogs can see what your fate will be here. 

San José Terán neighborhood
Tuxtla Guiterez, Chiapas


  1. This is horrible and I hate everything that's going on.
    life is unfair!!

  2. What's amazing to me is that all of these guys watching are seeing their future being played out before them.

  3. El guero pulseras hes from el Mayo faction

  4. Brute force by the executioner trying to decapitate the supposed militar. Heart pumping hard by the soon to be executed as his blood gushes quickly out his severed neck tie. Next life?
    Let's remember that from the highest political office to the most decorated militar all these sorry MF will betray their "beloved patriotism and oath" for suitcases of dólares. It's been that way for hundreds of years as these sell out pendejos assume they will live long able bodied lives. If those muertos de hambre sell out why wouldn't the soldados razos?

    1. Today I get to wash my car.

    2. Will birds be present? I hope your car stays clean and shiny for weeks to come-

    3. Well Thank you Driving Ms H

    4. The murdering kidnappers don't look too hungry, blanming and punishing their victim for shit they themselves can't control.
      A report on Comandante roberto yahir hernandez terán is needed, he is the one they really want to see bleeding

  5. A country full of anger, fear and hate.

    1. 12:51 Stop talking BS about the US

    2. Ahh Mexico and its lovely pastimes.Vids like this coming out of the US every day,and i got a unicorn to sell here


    1. All cartels are terrorists. Not just one loverboy.

    2. Funny coming from the Zetas wannabes, bola de tecatos getting hyped on their 💩🤦🏽‍♂️


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