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Tuesday, January 3, 2023

The 27 Escapees

"Mica" for Borderlandbeat.com

Here is a comprehensive list of the 27 escapees from Juarez, the most well-known being "El Neto." 

You can read up on the newly freed jefe of the Mexicles special forces here Monday, January 2, 2023 Prison Escape: El Neto, Jefe of Los Mexicles

The 27 hardened inmates look the part and range in age from 18 to 40.

🇲🇽 Fun Fact: Escaping from prison is technically not a crime in Mexico.  

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40 comments:

  1. I always use great recommendations. Almost put a watermark, because it took some time.

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    1. The Mexican sites will watermark it for you 🤣

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  2. Awesome. I’m the person that post about RCQ , but I see they either worded the article I read wrong or had bad info. Thank you for such a detailed account of escapees.

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  3. Wonder how many deaths these 27 are responsible for collectively?

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    1. Same here. I am willing to bet most are in for kidnapping and murder, which is El Neto’s craft. It's a whole other level for someone who earn money kidnapping.

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    2. I wonder how many will be killed in shootouts with SEDENA or be stars of videos on their knees and posted on BB.

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  4. Bunch of Nobody's... Skid row squad

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    1. Bet you won’t say shit or do shit if you seen them

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    2. 11:08 siempre sale un novio with the “ i bet you don’t say it to their face”
      Don’t be THAT guy

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    3. @12:49 nunca fallan jajaja

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    4. @12:49, I bet you won’t say it to the face of the guy who said I bet you ain’t say it to their face.

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  5. Solely for the fact that it happened where it happened the whole world should be on notice. The mug of those hosses ain't anything I want to run into anywhere. I'll face mine anywhere now though for a cause.

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  6. Buen post Mica. 👍🏻
    Genial el dato y cito textual: "🇲🇽 Dato curioso: escapar de la prisión técnicamente no es un delito en México."

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  7. Are these dudes La Linea?

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    1. From the recent articles on this site regarding this prison breakout story it would seem these individuals would be street hitters for the Chihuahua people. They splintered from the main group of Mexicles and "allied" themselves with another splinter group of El 300 from the Aztecas/BA.
      Any thoughts people from Chihuas?

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    2. From the best accounts, they are CDS aligned.

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  8. Not a single intelligent-looking dude in the bunch.

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  9. Somewhere Z40 must be seething 10 years deep and still locked up.

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    1. I would think he’d be grateful to be in one of those criminal retirement homes. The only reason these dudes busted out was on the basis they’re probably needed in some upcoming conflict about to go down otherwise , why then , and in such spectacular fashion? Most people that escape don’t want to be high profile cause that puts high target on their back. So it has to be some big boss needed the muscle type situation.

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    2. 8:14 Good point. Way to spy atención to why these happen in 🇲🇽

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  10. These are tough hombres they survived the massacre rough days of juarez from 2009-2013. Now back in the streets to raise more violence in these times. It’s crazy how many people have been killed in that city. It was calm for some years but not for long. Juarez thugs look like real bandidos bad muthatruckers nothing compared to the looks of criminals from other parts

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    1. I remember seeing a juarez news article back in 2015 or 2016 I can't remember where the city didn't have a single kidnapping in couple months. I predict if cjng doesn't dismantle in 5 years or 10 years, at some point in the future they will try to take over juarez

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    2. And they’ll be eaten alive when they try.
      Juarez isn’t Guanajuato nor Jalisco nor Michoacán… Juarez will be hell on earth for those who invade

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    3. If business is good and profitable for both sides than you'll keep dreaming of the day the arrangement breaks down. La Nueva has many traficantes from different states

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    4. 8:28 mfs from Tijuana are also tough asf

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  11. I have a question- in America say you have 1 year left and you break out of jail / prison once they catch you, you’ll get additional time, possibly several years. Since escape is not a crime in Mexico does that mean that if caught no additional time is added to your sentence in Mexico?


    Sorry if this is a dumb question but I just read that in this article and if it’s not a crime well I’m surprised more don’t do it.

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    1. In the USA you do get more time for escaping as it's considered a crime, in México it's not since the law says to want to be free is a natural right.

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    2. Mexico has stupid laws. Most that don't make sense.
      Case in point.......
      A robber in the commission of hi-jacking a car with 2 ladies in Mexico, freighted them waving the gun at them in the car. One of the ladies dies of heart attack, caused by incident.
      Court let's the suspected criminal go free, that he was not to blame.

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    3. 2:23 are you just making a scenario up or are you going to link the case you use as an example?

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    4. @2:30 Mexico does have laws that protect the criminals, more that it's citizens. He does not sound like he is making it up. My case in point scenario...and in case you're skeptical, I will furnish facts.....this police supervisor of the Tijuana Police, wanted to rape, a fellow female partner, happened 6 months ago. She said NO, to bring raped, she ended up shooting him in self defense and gets 40 years for killing the aggressor.

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  12. Latest news they killed zarco and his bros

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