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Saturday, February 10, 2024

Tepalcatepec, Michoacán: Anti-Personnel Mine Claims The Lives Of Two Brave Soldiers

"Sol Prendido" for Borderland Beat






A video that is circulating on social networks shows the unfortunate event that occurred on January 20, 2024, where a tragic incident occurred in Tepalcatepec, Michoacán.

Artillery troops were victims of an explosion caused by a mine. 

Although the truck in which they were traveling overturned, it was reported that all the occupants were safe.

However, two brave soldiers lost their lives in this tragic event, while one person was injured.









Tepalcatepec, Michoacán


Michoacán 




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43 comments:

  1. That’s horrible. May those two soldiers rest in peace. Do you guys think the soldier seen in the picture was one of the two soldiers who died or was he the wounded one? It looks like the explosion disfigured his face. If he did survive his injuries, he’s probably going to need reconstructive surgery.

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    1. Gracias a Dios hay excelente servicio médico, pero a costa de que.

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    2. Once u start using mine and bomb could start naming cartel as terrorist

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  2. That’s honestly terrifying. God bless any member of law enforcement in Mexico who is not corrupt and is fighting those cartel terrorists.

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  3. Terreno d El Abuelo 👴

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  4. Terrorism, round them up like Bukele

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    1. Easier said than done when el salvador is the size of mexicos smallest state.

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    2. ELMO should go full on Bukele.

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    3. Bukele is too soft on terrorists.

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    4. More like Obrador is too soft on terrorist

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  5. Tickle me Elmo action will be? Hugs and kisses to all criminals?

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    1. Así es.
      A él le da risa y su estúpida sonrisa mientras sus hijos obesos no pasen esto

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  6. A story about a CJNG cell in Washington state.
    https://www.yahoo.com/news/mexican-drug-cartels-targeting-america-130040060.html

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    1. Speaking of that region, there's also a worthy story by NBC News of cartels that operate in Montana and the addiction it's causing amongst the Native American tribes.

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    2. Native Americans have been having addiction problems for decades.

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    3. "Native Americans"
      Shit,dont mention natives,the whites will get blamed for them as well lmfao

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    4. 4:03 The story is about meth and fentanyl trafficking and addiction in Montana. What group hasn't had illegal narcotic use problems in the half century of the "War on Drugs"?
      5:32 Not by me. Personal liberty and responsibility what people chose to use. Too many crybabies casting and assuming blame.

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    5. 7:30
      The numbers are higher per capital in the native American population.

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  7. Haz patria, fusila un narcoterrorista

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  8. Terrorist acts, I hate when soldiers capture sicarios. They all need executions.

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  9. Incredible cowardice from cartel scum by planting mines. Always get beat when facing soldiers man to man.

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  10. Guy didnt stand a chance.White,black,brown blah blah
    Told you us humans are filthy motherfuckers

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  11. Agreed 11:05, at this stage that's what it is. They want to play soldier in their rag tag Halloween camo and military type call signs... well it's high time we send in those whom will happily oblige in their request for war.

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  12. Blown up by the same criminals in Tepeque they're protecting.

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    1. 1:07 - If the criminals were being protected by the soldiers, then tell me what did the criminals gain from this? How did this benefit them? Not only did they just lose their “protection”, but they just brought a bunch of heat and attention onto themselves. This literally doesn’t benefit the criminals in any possible way.

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    2. 1:07 I wonder if another group put those mines all around tepeque. Like they have that place surrounded with mines them tepeques ain’t going any where if they try to run.

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    3. Evidencia que NO los protegen.

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    4. Abuelo and his people control the territory around Tepeque and also pay for military protection. Look how far from the road the explosive device was buried. This wasn't a deliberate attack, that's why no military operations were conducted from this incident that happened about three weeks ago.

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  13. Whats your take on Ocran Leak?

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    1. Some say that's Mini Lic

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    2. That what I believe, and what people are saying. Most detailed stories I've ever heard.

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  14. All this because people want nicer houses nicer cars etc. How fuking sad and pathetic this world is.

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    1. @2:40PM Your statement is 100% on point 🎯

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    2. @2:40 that’s just the way the cookie crumbles bud!

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  15. Me descorazona esto.
    Descansen en Paz.
    Gracias por su servicio a la nación
    Su nombre queda escrito en mármol y están en mis oraciones.
    Resignación y sanación a su familia

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    1. Good sentiments bro,lets talk about the soldier not the cheap bum rats that shit and run away

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  16. There’s a group of Colombianos that help defend Tepalcatepec and also a group out in the Michoacan beach towns that give orders to Caballeros Templarios and control cocaine shipments.

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  17. Anyone messing with the military this way will get dealt with, Michoacán just heated up their plaza more with this act. Watch how this goes. AT mines are no joke, shot looking worse than Iraq and Afghanistan on a daily basis. May those two brave Soldiers rest in peace and the recovery of the one injured be fast and healthy.

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  18. hugs and IEDS, not bullets

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  19. This is not good. This type of crap fuels the calls for US military intervention in Mexico.

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    1. U.S intervention? Why? It happened in MICHOACAN not Michigan.

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    2. Curupt Mexican government will do anything to stop from US helping out.
      Government of Mexico prefers to be soft on criminals, since bribes come in to look the other way.

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  20. This is why Cjng hasn't tried to push to Tepalcatepec from Jilotlan.

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