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seven people dead after a gunman opened fire in a bar in northern Mexico

640x480_347517At least seven people have been killed after a gunman opened fire in a bar in northern Mexico, which has seen a resurgence in drug-related violence in recent weeks.
The man, armed with an AK-47 assault rifle, killed four men on Friday night who were customers in the bar in Chihuahua state as well as three women who worked there, said a spokesman for the state attorney general’s office.

“It has not been determined whether the attack is connected to drug trafficking, but by the type of weapon involved, it is to be assumed,” said the spokesman, Carlos Gonzalez.

The attack occurred in the city of Chihuahua, the capital of the state that is also home to Ciudad Juarez, considered one of the most violent cities in the world until recently.

The attacker entered the bar with his face covered by a bandana, said the spokesman.

Chihuahua has seen heavy fighting between the local Juarez cartel and the Sinaloa cartel, led by Joaquin “Shorty” Guzman, who is seeking to control the city that is one of the main routes for trafficking drugs into the United States.
In spite of a change of government in December and a new strategy that avoids direct confrontation with the powerful cartels, violence in Mexico has picked up in recent weeks with fighting along the border, in the western state of Michoacan and the tourist destination of Cancun.

Nearly 3,200 people have been killed in drug-related violence during the first three months of President Enrique Pena Nieto‘s government, according to Mexican government data.

During the government of his predecessor Felipe Calderon, almost 70,000 people died as a result of the drug trade and 27,000 disappeared in one of the most violent periods in Mexico’s history.

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Posted by on 03/31/2013 in Border, Crime!


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Brigadier General Mario Arturo Acosta Chaparro Escapite, 70, was killed in Colonia Anahuac

The retired military officer was indicted for crimes against humanity and for ties to drug trafficking.

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MEXICO CITY, April 21. – Brigadier General Mario Arturo Acosta Chaparro Escapite, 70, was killed in Colonia Anahuac, Miguel Hidalgo, when he went to a garage at 1815 hours.

It was the second attack on the military. In May 2010, was shot four times. Acosta Chaparro Escapite was one of the fiercest persecutors of guerrillas-including Lucio Cabañas, during the administrations of Luis Echeverria and Jose Lopez Portillo.

He was also one of the leaders of the Federal Security Directorate, in the times of the Dirty War, alongside Miguel Nazar Haro, and was part of the White Brigade who persecuted the Mexican government opponents.

12 years ago was accused of having ties to the Juarez cartel. In 2002 he was sentenced to 16 years in prison, but in 2008 was acquitted of crimes against humanity and drug trafficking. A year later he was honorably discharged.

The Attorney General of the DF, Jesus Rodriguez Almeida, dismissed the assault as a motive for the attack and outlined revenge as motive for the murder.

Brigadier General Mario Arturo Acosta Chaparro Escapite was killed yesterday by three bullets 0.9 millimeters in Colonia Anahuac in Mexico City. In May 2010, retired military, who fought a guerrilla and who was linked to drug trafficking 12 years ago, was shot four times in a failed attempt.

Acosta Chaparro since left the military prison in 2007 and went into retirement with honors in 2008 after 45 years of service to the Mexican army became a sort of informal government special agent, taking specific orders on drug trafficking and armed groups in the intelligence area.

That’s why the first investigations made about the incident that occurred yesterday at the corner of Lake Trasimeno and Lake Como in the colony Anahuac in the Miguel Hidalgo, at 18:15 hours, revolving around a settling of accounts.

According to statements by the Attorney General of the Federal District, Jesus Rodriguez Almeida, the action that killed Acosta Chaparro was concluded, as the person who shot him three times, twice in the chest and the other in the did head at close range and to meet the attack ran on Lake Como street and got into a motorcycle driven by another person waiting for him.

At the time of his death, Acosta Chaparro was 70, his body was taken to the Forensic Medical Service (Semefo) for legal autopsy, said the attorney for the City of Mexico in a press conference on the matter.

Almeida Rodriguez made a rapporteur of the events versus number 194 of the Trasimeno Lake Street; corner of Lake Como There Acosta Chaparro was waiting at the entrance to an auto shop where he had been a truck for repair.

“The victim went to an auto shop, called European service on board a Ford, type Explorer, dark blue, 275-UBK plates, where he had taken a car for repair, when talking to a person approached a and a short subject shot the retired General Mario Arturo AcostaChaparro “said the lawyer.

Thus it was that Rodriguez Almeida confirmed that there was premeditation in the murder of retired military, “committed the attack the alleged offender ran down the street Lake Como and boarded a motorcycle on which he and an accomplice fled, according to preliminary data; Witnesses report that this guy was wearing blue jeans and light shirt.”

On these facts, the Attorney General joined the preliminary FMH/MH1/T2/140/12-04 for the crime of murder and related preliminary investigation was initiated in the Central Research Office for the Attention of the Crime of Murder.

The social representative went to the Red Cross Polanco, where Acosta Chaparro was taken to verify the death, still waiting for autopsy results to determine the exact cause of death.

According to testimony of the worthy institution, paramedics arrived where Acosta Chaparro was shot, to give first aid and he was still alive, put him in the ambulance and transfer to the Red Cross Polanco died.

Rodriguez Almeida ruled that the military attack could be related to an assault on what it looks like revenge. It ruled that the fact could be linked to the failed attack in May 2010 against Acosta Chaparro and confirmed that three eyewitnesses which are already declared.

In May two years ago, Acosta Chaparro was approached by an individual who discharged him four bullets in the body, one of them put it on the brink of death, and that lodged in the abdomen, but at the Military Hospital where he was led by a collaborator, then saved his life.

Experts in chemistry, criminalistics, ballistics photography and presented in place with the mobile laboratory where they found three elements ballistic apparently 9 mm. Yet another expert team visited the hospital of the Red Cross.

The body was taken to the Medical Examiner, where he will practice all the formalities of law and later handed over to family and continue the investigation to gather further data and evidence for the prosecution or completion of preliminary investigations.

Investigators began reviewing the case the images of surveillance cameras installed in the area to try to identify the assailant and his accomplice.

Controversial military career

Brigadier General Mario Arturo Acosta Chaparro Escapite, son of Brigadier General Francisco Acosta Chaparro, a member of the Masonic Grand Lodge of the Valley of Mexico, has been one of the most controversial military modern history.

He was one of the fiercest persecutors of guerrillas during the administrations of Luis Echeverria and Jose Lopez Portillo. After years of compiling names of people and organizations in 1990 published a book called guerrilla movement in Mexico, under the name of Mariano Escapite paid the funeral of his countryman, Guerrero Lucio Cabanas, who chased through the mountains, as revealed to Excelsior, in a conversation.

He was one of the leaders of the Federal Security Directorate (DFS), in the times of the Dirty War, alongside Miguel Nazar Haro, and was part of the White Brigade who persecuted the Mexican government opponents.

Acosta Chaparro 12 years ago was accused of having ties to the Juarez cartel, Amado Carrillo who was leading. On November 1, 2002 was sentenced to 16 ½ years in prison. But three years later, a federal court ultimately overturned the court-martial that convicted of drug trafficking in 2007 Acosta Chaparro and the Attorney General’s Office and the Office of Military Justice could not prove the alleged ties to drug trafficking Acosta Chaparro and, after his declaration of innocence, was acquitted along with General Francisco Quiros Hermosillo, with whom he formed a strong friendship since 1966.

The following year, in April 2008, the charges against General Acosta Chaparro, for crimes against humanity in the so-called Dirty War (143 murders) and ties to the Juarez cartel dissolved. On that date. Acosta Chaparro and 22 other retired generals. In Military Camp Number One, where Acosta Chaparro was jailed six years and ten months, received a special award for 45 years of service in the Army.

Since then, Acosta Chaparro became a kind of special agent without federal recognition. General Acosta Chaparro was at the retreat had some intelligence related to organized crime for the government.

On May 18, 2010, Acosta Chaparro was injured and was on the verge of death, when a man allegedly tried to remove him a Rolex watch in the Roma.

In the General Military Hospital saved his life at that time, but yesterday, in the ambulance taking him to the Red Cross military died as a result of receiving three bullets, two in the chest and the other in the head

In May the attack two years ago, the general and his assailant, who stood before him, struggled, while Chumacero Rodolfo Galindo, a former military general friend helped him as a driver, trying to get out from under the chair of self-Acosta Chaparro’s gun, he always carried in a bag of skin.

According to the May 2010 and of which the prosecution was aware of the agency 50, Raul Figueroa, Acosta Chaparro was driving his Mercedes Benz and started to try to get to safety, while four explosions were heard.

Acosta Chaparro asked Chumacero “cut your cartridge?” And he said no. “So what happened?” Asked the retired military, while the shots rang we were staying in the body of Acosta Chaparro that he managed to say “I already chingaron!”

After almost two years, never made public the investigations of the facts, where Acosta Chaparro received four bullets. Although the main lines of research that followed then were the work of intelligence that Acosta Chaparro made informally to the Federal Police on suspected guerrillas.

Nor was ruled out their possible links with any of the groups’ delinquencies in the drug issue.

The May 2010 attack against Acosta Chaparro was also attended by National Defense. General Acosta Chaparro, who was chief of police in Veracruz at a time when the governor was Agustin Acosta Lagunes, provided information to the defense of various criminal groups, mainly in Guerrero.

The military life

Retired Gen. Mario Arturo Acosta Chaparro was an actor in the national life of the decades of 70 and 80.

He fought guerrilla groups

Early in the decade of 70, Mario Arturo Acosta Chaparro founded the White Brigade to fight the guerrilla groups were formed to overthrow the government. And in 1974, was ligated to the Figueroa family after he was asked to investigate the kidnapping of Ruben Figueroa, who was already elected governor of Guerrero state and that he was deprived of his liberty by Lucio Cabañas.

Cabañas Barrientos along with other insurgent groups operating in the mountains of Guerrero Acosta Chaparro were white, who fought to death the leader of the Party of the Poor.

Accused torturer

In 1975, when Ruben Figueroa and ruled the state of Guerrero, Acosta Chaparro was appointed as director of the State Judicial Police and the appointment followed the pursuit of the guerrillas, mainly the Party of the Poor.

The retired general was responsible for repressive operations against opposition groups of the Governments of the decades of 80 and 90. He was also charged as responsible for the disappearance of 22 guerrillas in Guerrero and violating the human rights of detainees in the so-called Dirty War. During their struggle, non-governmental organizations gathered testimony indicating that he tortured and killed more than 200 guerrillas and peasants, but he could not prove anything.

Reported, but awarded

Although he was charged for crimes against humanity during the Dirty War in the decades of 70 and 80, although he was indicted, was never apprehended, after a federal judge ruled that there was no evidence against him. On that occasion he was named “exemplary military and patriotic.”

The retired general was considered one of the principal investigators of kidnapping in the country, so the April 23, 2008; the Ministry of National Defense gave awards to 13 general retirement having served over 45 years to school armed including Mario Arturo Acosta Chaparro.

Linked to drug and retired with honor

During the Dirty War, Acosta Chaparro was responsible for several aircraft of the Mexican Air Force that were used to transport troops to the mountains, but also to bring drug shipments to Laredo, Texas, due to his alleged business with Amado Carrillo Fuentes, The Lord of Heaven , according to charges against him.

Therefore, in 2000 was tried for his alleged ties to the Juarez cartel and the crime of embezzlement and operations with illegal proceeds. On November 1, 2002 was sentenced to 15 to 16 years in prison for the supposed protection that I provide to the cartel.

In 2007, the PGR and the military courts could not prove their links with Carrillo Fuentes and was exonerated of the charges, was returned to the right to wear the uniform and bars accrediting him as general.

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Posted by on 04/21/2012 in Crime!


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Tijuana Cartel Boss Confirms Sinaloa Truce since his capture!


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Since his arrest, Tijuana Cartel lieutenant “El Ruedas” has handed over a treasure trove of information about the group’s operations and relationship with the Sinaloa Cartel.

New Tijuana police chief Alberto Capella Ibarra called in a meeting with press and business leaders shortly after Juan Francisco Sillas Rocha, alias “El Ruedas,” was arrested. He announced that, according to the criminal boss, Capella had broken longstanding agreements between the police and criminal groups. As El Mexicano reports, Capella claimed Sillas said “Things changed when you arrived, you

Captured Tijuana Cartel Boss

Captured Tijuana Cartel Boss

broke the agreements.” The implications of this, if true, are serious.

It is not the first time that claims have surfaced about the existence of pacts between the police and the AFO. Julian Leyzaola took over the Tijuana Police Department in 2010, at the height of the war between cells loyal to Eduardo Teodoro Garcia Simental, “El Teo,” and those loyal to Fernando Sanchez Arellano, “El Ingeniero.” It was widely speculated that he cut a deal with the AFO forces loyal to Sanchez Arellano to wipe out the Garcia Simental cells, which were responsible for widespread kidnappings in the city. Some analysts have suggested that, with state forces separated from the drug trade, there will be no mediator to enforce agreements between criminal groups. This could result in conflict between the trafficking groups present in the plaza including the AFO, the Sinaloa Cartel and remnants of the Familia Michoacana.

In his statement to prosecutors, as reported by Zeta magazine, Sillas painted a picture of a rapidly regenerating AFO. He claimed that Sanchez Arellano, leader of the AFO, now commands 11 cells dedicated to trafficking drugs in Tijuana and abroad, up from only five during the conflict with Garcia Simental, and named cartel logistics operators who organize trafficking from Guadalajara to Cancun. This suggests that the AFO has moved from an enforcer-oriented group to a more sophisticated trafficking organization. The story of “El M4” is most illustrative of the process. El M4 led a group of assassins or enforcers who were wiped out during the conflict with Garcia Simental, but today he focuses exclusively on drug trafficking.

Sillas pointed to the AFO’s ability to maintain a firm grip on drug distribution contacts throughout California, but especially in the north of the state depite its supposedly weakened state. Sillas also confirmed and as suggested about the nature of the relationship between the Tijuana Cartel (also known as the Arellano Felix Organization – AFO) and the Sinaloa Cartel, claiming that the two work side-by-side in the Tijuana plaza without violence. He said that the trafficking networks are autonomous, but have come to a non-aggression pact.

The AFO also has an advantage in any competition with the Sinaloa Cartel in the Tijuana plaza; unity. The Sinaloa cells in Tijuana operate independently and sometimes in competition with each other, according to the statements of “El Tomate,” a Sinaloa Cartel recruit and former Garcia Simental lieutenant. The Sinaloa Cartel learned a lesson about compartmentalizing operations following the defection of some of their chief trafficking and intelligence lieutenants to the Beltran Leyva Organization (BLO) in 2008. The bloody struggle between the BLO and the Sinaloa Cartel seemingly left a deep impression upon Joaquin Guzman, “El Chapo,” and Ismael Zambada Garcia, alias “El Mayo.” Since then, the Sinaloa Cartel has reportedly maintained cells in Tijuana that operate peacefully, but in competition with each other, to prevent the total loss of the plaza. This means that while the AFO may not be as large, or even as profitable as the Sinaloa cells in the area, they have the advantage of unity.

Ruedas also gave an insight into the inner workings of the AFO following a chaotic period. He described lieutenants like “El Turbo” who switched back and forth the between the AFO and Garcia groups until settling with the surviving AFO. He acknowledged the strength of Sinaloa lieutenants in Tijuana like “La Rana” and “El Aquiles” but, again, portrayed the AFO as stronger than most analysts have previously believed.

The AFO has become a low-profile trafficking organization since its internecine conflict, which ended in 2010. It has proven capable of regenerating rapidly, but if the statements of police chief Capella are to be believed it has lost its relationship with the municipal police. The Sinaloa Cartel, which is in conflict with the BLO, the Juarez Cartel and the Zetas throughout the country, appears keen to minimize problems in Tijuana. By the time the Sinaloa Cartel is done with those conflicts the AFO may be a fully regenerated cartel.

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Posted by on 12/13/2011 in Mexican Drug Cartels


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San Antonio, Texas -18 years in prison for co-founder of the Juarez cartel in USA

Juan Jose Quintero Payan- gets 18.5 years

Juan Jose Quintero Payan- gets 18.5 years

Drug trafficker Juan Jose Quintero Payan received a reduced sentence and a fine of $ 250,000 in a court of San Antonio, Texas

The Mexican drug trafficker Juan Jose Quintero Payan, considered one of the cofounders of the Juarez cartel, today received a reduced sentence of 18 years in prison and a fine of $ 250,000 in federal court in San Antonio, Texas .

Quintero-Payan, 69 years old, known by the alias “Don Juanjo ‘, was extradited from Mexico in April last year to face federal charges for drug trafficking that had been made in San Antonio for more than two decades .

The Mexican drug lord escaped trial after reaching a plea agreement to plead guilty in exchange for a reduced sentence.

Federal Judge Orlando Garcia ruled Thursday a sentence of 222 months imprisonment (18 years and six months), $ 250,000 fine and federal supervision for four years after release.

At the hearing held in the building of the federal courts in San Antonio, the criminal apologized to American society.

Defense attorney Gerry Goldstein, said his client suffers from various diseases and requested that he be assigned a federal prison in Arizona or Southern California to serve his sentence.

In his plea agreement, the drug dealer is not recognized as such, but is described as the main force in a criminal enterprise that stretched from South America to the United States.

Quintero Payan admitted being involved in illegal activities from 1978 to 2002, even after being arrested in 1999.

According to official sources, Quintero Payan and other drug dealers took control of the Juarez cartel after the death of its leader, Amado Carrillo Fuentes, in 1997.

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Posted by on 12/09/2011 in Crime!


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The Sinaloa Cartel and Drugs trafficking! some history


Sinaloa Cartel Hierarchy
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The Sinaloa Cartel has a presence in 17 states, with important centers in Mexico City, Tepic, Toluca, Guadalajara, and most of the state of Sinaloa.

The cartel is primarily involved in the smuggling and distribution of Colombian cocaine, Mexican marijuana, methamphetamine and Mexican and Southeast Asian heroin into the United States.

 It is believed that a group known as the Herrera Organization would transport multi-ton quantities of cocaine from South America to Guatemala on behalf of the Sinaloa Cartel. From there it is smuggled north to Mexico and later into the U.S. Other shipments of cocaine are believed to originate in Colombia from Cali and Medellín drug-trafficking groups from which the Sinaloa Cartel handle transportation across the U.S. border to distribution cells in Arizona, California, Texas, Chicago and New York. 

Prior to his arrest, Vicente Zambada Niebla (“El Vicentillo”), son of Ismael Zambada García (“El Mayo”), played a key role in the Sinaloa Cartel. Vicente Zambada was responsible for coordinating multi-ton cocaine shipments from Central and South American countries, through Mexico, and into the United States for the Sinaloa Cartel.

To accomplish this task he used every means available: Boeing 747 cargo aircraft, narco submarines, container ships, go-fast boats, fishing vessels, buses, rail cars, tractor trailers and automobiles. He was arrested by the Mexican Army on March 18, 2009 and extradited on February 18, 2010 to Chicago to face federal charges. 

In the late 1980s, the United States Drug Enforcement Administration believed the Sinaloa Cartel was the largest drug trafficking organization operating in Mexico. By the mid-1990s, according to one court opinion, it was believed to be the size of the Medellín Cartel during its prime.

The Sinaloa Cartel was believed to be linked to the Juárez Cartel in a strategic alliance following the partnership of their rivals, the Gulf Cartel and Tijuana Cartel. Following the discovery of a tunnel system used to smuggle drugs across the Mexican/US border, the group has been associated with such means of trafficking. 

By 2005, the Beltrán-Leyva brothers, who were formerly aligned with the Sinaloa Cartel, had come to dominate drug trafficking across the border with Arizona. By 2006, the Sinaloa Cartel had eliminated all competition across the 528 km of Arizona border, and it was suspected they had accomplished this by bribing state government officials.

The Colima Cartel, Sonora Cartel, Milenio Cartel, Guadalajara Cartel and Sonora Cartel are now branches of the Sinaloa Cartel. In January 2008 the cartel allegedly split into a number of warring factions, which is a major cause of the epidemic of drug violence Mexico has seen in the last year. Murders by the cartel often involve beheadings or bodies dissolved in vats of acid.

Atlanta has been used as a major U.S. distribution center and accounting hub, and the presence of the Sinaloa Cartel there has brought ruthless violence to that area.


Posted by on 12/08/2011 in Mexican Drug Cartels


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Drugs and Mexicos violent crimes; Murder at large; Barbarians!!!


mexico killing fields

Mexico killing fields

MEXICO CITY, 27 November.-Eight out of ten murders linked to organized crime occurred in 162 municipalities, according to the federal Public Security Secretariat.

Currently, there are Mexican territory two thousand 441 municipalities, which means that 80% of such homicides in just 6.5% of those boundaries.

In the document entitled dependency information criminal phenomenon in Mexico states that the first of December 2006 to July 31, 2010 there were officially 28,353 homicides committed by organized crime.

The violence in these municipalities maintained its prevalence, at least until August 2011.

The 162 most violent municipalities are divided into the following entities in Mexico: Baja California, Sonora, Sinaloa, Tamaulipas, Nuevo Leon, Durango, Nayarit, Jalisco, Guanajuato, Michoacan, Mexico State, Guerrero, Oaxaca, Morelos, Veracruz, Chiapas and Quintana Roo.

Public Safety mentioned in the document until August 2010, there were seven major conflicts between the various criminal organizations, which has unleashed a wave of killings. Since that time, the groups were sprayed and rivalries have multiplied.

Of all these murders, 36% is due to the conflict between the Pacific cartel and Juarez.

The nuclei of violence

The cities that have committed more murders are distributed throughout the country, with prevalence in the North:

– In Chihuahua, and the country-the most violent city is Ciudad Juarez.

– Later is Nogales, Sonora.

– Tijuana, Baja California, had high rates of violence, which have been referred to lately.

Matamoros, Tamaulipas, remains on the list.

– Fifth place is Morelia.

The Federal Public Security Secretariat located at 162 municipalities throughout the country as the most violent drug trafficking criminal rivalries and organized crime and which concentrates 80 percent of violent deaths that were committed until August 2010, according to a dependence “Information on the phenomenon of crime in Mexico.”

The violence in these municipalities maintain their prevalence until August 2011.

The document states that “aims to inform about the current state of the struggle for security, as well as the causes of violence in some regions of the country,” states that the first of December 2006 to July 31, 2010 were accounted for 28,353 homicides linked to organized crime.

According to the Secretariat who runs Genaro Garcia Luna, 22,701 killings, drug trafficking and organized crime have been conducted in 162 municipalities, which indicates that 80 percent of total national rivalry criminal homicides have taken place in these spaces.

Currently, nationwide there are two thousand 441 municipalities.

The map shows that the 162 municipalities that are experiencing a heightened state of violence is due to criminal rivalry for routes and places dispute between the drug.


The 162 most violent municipalities are distributed in 18 of Mexico, although eight is the largest number of disputed territories.

The states with conflicting municipalities for executions 18 entities belonging to the country that are Baja California, Sonora, Sinaloa, Tamaulipas, Nuevo Leon, Durango, Nayarit, Jalisco, Guanajuato, Michoacan, Mexico State, Guerrero, Oaxaca, Morelos, Veracruz, Chiapas and Quintana Roo.

“The vast majority of these homicides are attributable to the fighting between criminal organizations,” the statement said.

Public Safety says that until August 2010 there were seven major conflicts between these criminal organizations. “

To this is added Cartel conflict States, and New Generation Jalisco cartel against Los Zetas in Jalisco and Veracruz.

In the case of Chihuahua states that until July of last year were committed eight thousand murders of 34,428 executions nationwide, representing that this entity accounts for about 30 percent of the total.

The document specifies that the confrontation between the Sinaloa cartel and the Juarez cartel has caused a wave of murder. Municipalities are most troubled by executions Juarez Praxedis G. Guerrero, Ahumada, Ascension, Chihuahua, Namiquipa, Cuauhtemoc, Guerrero, Bocoyna, Guachochi, Guadalupe y Calvo, Urique, Uruachi, Morris, Wood, Nuevo Laredo, Matamoros, Hidalgo del Parral, Jimenez, Camargo, Ojinaga, Meoqui, Delicias, Guadalupe.

The document states that the conflict between the Pacific and Juarez cartel has left the greatest number of deaths from criminal rivalry in the country.

According to the Executive Secretariat of the National Public Security System, between January and December last year occurred in Chihuahua four thousand 427 violent deaths, with the town Ciudad Juarez over two thousand deaths to record 738.

As regards the conclicto between the Beltran Leyva cartel and the Pacific, Public Safety asserts that most troubled municipalities Sonora are Puerto Peñasco, Plutarco Elias Calles, Caborca, Hermosillo, Cananea, Villa Pesquiera, Agua Prieta, Cajeme, Atil , Nogales and Magdalena.

In 2010, the agency recorded 495 deaths, with the head Nogales have 196.

In the case of Sinaloa 16 of its 17 municipalities are in conflict with the Beltran Leyva organization, ie Ahome, Angostura, Badiraguato, Choix, Concordia, Cosala, Culiacan, El Fuerte, Cornwall, Escuinapa, Guasave, Mazatlan, Mocorito, Rosario, Salvador Alvarado and San Ignacio are the municipalities in conflict.

In the case of Nayarit, is mapped to the municipalities in conflict are Tepic and Xalisco. In this entity were 377 violent deaths in 2010, the state capital being the most damaged, with 230.

For municipalities in Jalisco dispute are Puerto Vallarta, Zapopan, Tequila, and Tlajomulco de Zuniga, and Alvarez Guerrero Chilapa. In the western state of the country amounted to 593 deaths, 97 of them in Zapopan.

On the Pacific cartel conflict with the criminal organization Los Zetas , the total delinquency of rivalry íctimas by these two organizations is three thousand 199 people dead until July 2010.

The municipalities in conflict over these organizations are in Durango, the city General Simon Bolivar, Cuencame, Lerdo, Gomez Palacio, and Canatlan.

Durango In 2010 there were 834 executions, with Gomez Palacio in the first place by having 277 murders.

In the same dispute between the Pacific cartel and the Zetas, in Guerrero’s dispute these criminal organizations have caused municipalities Isidro Montes de Oca, Jose Azuela, Petatlan Tecpan de Galeana, Atoyac de Alvarez, Acapulco, Coyuca de Benitez Zirándaro, Coyuca de Catalan, Ajuchitlan del Progreso, San Miguel Totolapan, Cuetzala Progress, Arcelia, Tlachapa, Taxco de Alarcón, Pungarabato, Aquila of the free, Quechultenango and Leonardo Bravo.

Last year, 1,370 in the state drug deaths, 370 of them in Acapulco.

In Oaxaca, the capital is disputed by Los Zetas and the organization that runs El Chapo Guzman and the municipality of San Juan Bautista Tultepec. Last year, the entity had 167 violent deaths, 28 of them in San Juan Bautista.

While in Veracruz, Tezonapa and Texhuacan disputes were the scene of the crime. In that body had not yet violence escalated as of 2011, as last year there were 179 executions, including seven in the port of Veracruz.

In the case of Chiapas, Tapachula is located just where in 2010 there were 77 executions, 13 of them in this hall.

Like Isla Mujeres, Quintana Roo. There, in 2010 killed 64 people, 53 in Cancun.

Baja California shows that the five municipalities, Ensenada, Mexicali, Tecate, Tijuana and Playas de Rosarito is maintained constant dispute between the Pacific Cartel and the Tijuana cartel, which command the ArellanoFélix. In 2010 authorities 540 deaths linked to drug trafficking, 472 in Tijuana.

Regarding the state of Michoacan, and Morelos, you can set according to the document, that municipalities violent criminal rivalry between Los Zetas and La Familia Michoacana members are Lázaro Cárdenas, Huetamo, La Huacana, Hidalgo, Apatzingan Aguililla, Tancítaro, Uruapan, Zamora, Morelia, Hidalgo.

The institution had 520 Purepecha people last year, but Morelia had the highest rate, at 84. In Morelos, there were 335 deaths, 135 of them in Cuernavaca.

In the state of Mexico’s five localities vying Los Zetas and La Familia , Naucalpan, Xalatlaco, Tultitlan. Last year there were 623 executions, 104 of them in Ecatepec.

In regard to the conflict Los Zetas , Gulf Cartel are required six municipalities of Tamaulipas and Nuevo León four. In Tamaulipas are the mayor of Reynosa, Matamoros, Ciudad Victoria, New Ciudad Guerrero, Ciudad Mier, and Ciudad Hidalgo.

While the municipalities are vying Monterrey Nuevo Leon, San Pedro Garza Garcia and Apodaca, among others.

In Tamaulipas, violent deaths were 209 thousand in 2010, Reynosa being the most affected, with 146, while in Nuevo Leon 620, 179 of them in the northern state capital.

In Guanajuato there were 152 deaths linked to crime gangs organizadob last year, 42 of them in Celaya.

Cartels leave trail of deaths

According to a document from the Ministry of Public Security, the fight for places and routes and criminal rivalry between the Juarez cartel, under the command of Vicente Carrillo-Pacific, led by El Chapo Guzman, have left eight thousand 236 deaths to in July 2010.

According to statistics from the Ministry of Public Security, clashes between these two organizations are those that have left the greatest number of deaths by execution by specifying that the homicide rate for this rivalry reaches 36 percent.

Second, it would put the conflict between criminal organizations of the Beltran Leyva and the Pacific, the number of murders rises 5,864, reaching a rate of 26 percent.

Third is the conflict between the Pacific cartel Los Zetas that has left 199 people dead three thousand which represents 14 percent of total national rivalry criminal homicide.

Fourth is the Pacific against Arellano Felix, whose conflict has generated 798 thousand deaths, representing eight percent of total national deaths by execution or by fighting.

He is the criminal organization La Familia Michoacana against Los Zetas, whose death toll amounts to $ 744, with eight percent of representation in the national total.

The confrontation between the Gulf Cartel and Los Zetas, held until July 2.01

Derived from the conflict between criminal organizations and mapped by the Ministry of Public Security can be established that states are more Chihuahua conflict first with the most violent city is Juarez.

In second place is Sonora, the town of Nogales as one of the most conflict in third place is Baja California, Tijuana as locating space more problematic.

Fourth Reynosa Tamaulipas be found as the site of increased violence and finally Michoacan, Morelia as one of the most problematic sites delinquent because of a dispute between the drug cartels.

According to the Office of Special Investigations into Organized Crime (SIEDO), Los Zetas and the Sinaloa cartel are operating in a larger portion of the country.

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Posted by on 11/27/2011 in Crime!


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Rojo Sanchez is a dangerous important Mazatleco operator: Los Mochis!


Rojo Sanchez arrested!

Rojo Sanchez arrested!

The Sinaloa state criminal prosecuter’s office in Los Mochis was bombed earlier this week after the arrest of 26 year old Óscar Alexander Rojo Sánchez, “El Rojo”, a resident of Los Mochis.

Authorities state that Rojo Sanchez is a dangerous important Mazatleco operator and was responsible for retail drug sales in Northern Sinaloa and for providing funds for corrupt municipal police in Ahome and Los Mochis that allow Los Mazatlecos to operate with impunity in the area. “El Rojo” was arrested with 78 kilograms of Marijuana, 78 boxes of 7.62x39mm ammunition, with approximately 1,700 rounds for AK-47 type weapons, scales used to measure cocaine and crystal meth for street sales and assorted other gear.  La Limpia Mazatleca is believed to have formed alliances with Los Zetas and the Juarez cartel in their attempt to fight off attempts by the Sinaloa cartel to expropriate all of northern Sinaloa and it is believed the warfare between both rival gangs has spread throughout the state.

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Posted by on 11/25/2011 in Crime!


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