He threaten then attempted to bribe arresting officers
On Sundayan alleged leader of the criminal group "La Línea" was arrested by elements of the State Investigation Agency in the municipality of Guerrero.
Through a statement, the State Attorney General's Office (FGE) reported the arrest of Jorge Luis "N", brother-in-law of Julio César "N", alias "El Sixto", who is also a prisoner and was leader of "La Linea "in Temosachi, Matachi and Guerrero.
Agents of the Model Unit of Attention to the Crime of Kidnapping implemented an operative in coordination with the Intelligence Unit of the State Security Commission in the Magisterial colony.
There they intercepted a white Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD pick up vehicle that was driven by Jorge Luis "N", 38, on Joaquín López Ulloa street.
Inside the unit the officers found an AK-47 weapon, a 9mm caliber pistol, a bulletproof vest, a helmet, a payroll-type account book and cell phones.
When the police met with the driver, he threatened them saying that he is a compadre of "El Sixto" and that "they did not know what they were getting into"; he also tried to bribe them with money to let him go.
Later it was discovered that Jorge Luis "N" has a criminal record for the crime of conspiracy and drug trafficking from Mexico to the United States.
He was placed at the disposal of the Federal Public Ministry for illegally carrying firearms and explosives.
A federal court denied amparo to Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo, who was the leader of the Guadalajara cartel, to serve his sentence of 37 years in prison at his home
The Second Collegiate Court in Criminal Matters of Mexico City denied an amparo of federal justice to Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo, who was the leader of the Guadalajara cartel, to serve his sentence of 37 years in prison at his home, and will continue interned in the maximum security prison of Puente Grande, Jalisco.
The federal magistrates explained that the granting of the domiciliary prison, by age, constitutes a facultative power of the Judicial Power, depending on each case and is not a right of the person.
"Although due to his age he has a deterioration in his health, the suffering he presents does not show an unnecessary notoriety that he will comply with the sentence imposed".
In his lawsuit, Felix Gallardo argued that he is over 70 years old and his health condition is precarious, so he could reach the benefit of house arrest and in case of not granting it, a case of discrimination would be incurred.
The capo known as "The Boss of Bosses", was convicted for participating in 1985 in the murder of the agent of the Drug Control Administration (DEA), Enrique Camarena Salazar and the Mexican pilot Alfredo Zavala Avelar.
Autodefensa leader and private security entrepreneur disappear
CHILPANCINGO. GRO.- The leader of the Coahuayutla self-defense group, Eleazar "El Chay" Mercado Rodríguez, as well as Leonel Vargas Mata, private security entrepreneur and former escort chief of the former PRI governor, René Juárez Cisneros, were reported missing by their relatives for two weeks.
Mercado Rodríguez and Vargas Mata were candidates for the Mayor's Office of Coahuayutla during the last electoral process. The first was nominated by the PRI-PVEM alliance, and the second by the Social Encounter Party (PES).
Mercado Rodríguez's wife, María Montaño Herrera, told the newspaper El Sur that on the 6th, the two former candidates left the Coahuayutla to hold a meeting with the leader of the Union of Peoples and Organizations of the State of Guerrero (UPOEG), Bruno Plácido Valerio, in El Ocotito, municipality of Chilpancingo, but they never arrived and his whereabouts are still unknown.
The woman denounced the indolence of the authorities of the Office of the Prosecutor because they refused to investigate this case , she also asked for help from the governor, Hector Astudillo Flores, to find her husband.
⚠️ #Video difundido por GA donde amenazan de muerte a Eleazar El Chay Mercado, líder de autodefensa de #Coahuayutla desaparecido junto a empresario Leonel Vargas
It was Monday morning that police authorities were alerted on one of the pedestrian bridges of the industrial boulevard, on the Benito Juárez road, in front of the Don Vasco University and General Gabriel Cervera Street, in the Mexican Army neighborhood, east of the city, there were "narcomantas".
The narco mantas read:
"for the people of Uruapan, receive greetings from ‘Senor de Los Gallos’, we are already here countrymen
Oaxaqueño for Borderland Beat from Animal Political images from Sol
On Sunday morning at around 03:45 hrs, seven people were shot dead while four others were wounded (two of them seriously and two others minorly). The armed attack occurred in Iztapalapa’s Los Reyes Culhuacán colonia, at the corner of the streets Benito Juárez and Cuitláhuac, situated about ten kilometers southeast of Mexico City’s Zócalo. Most reports indicate that the attackers, said to be up to ten people (reportedly at least three people), were travelling in two vehicles and immediately opened fire upon arrival. The victims, who were gathering next to vehicles and drinking alcohol at the time of the assault, were shot at more than 20 times with three different caliber weapons. Out of the deceased victims, six (five men and one woman) died on the spot, including local neighbors identified as one 18-years-old and two 24-years-old men, while the seventh’ victim, a 25-years-old woman, later succumbed to her wounds.
Graphic images on following page
Please note that meanwhile, there are plenty of local reports regarding this incident available. However, some of them contradict each other, so I tried to sum things up as good and reasonable as I could. Initially, neither the attackers’ affiliation nor their motive was known, although surveillance cameras captured the armed assault. However, the latest reports suggest that the target of the attack was Manuel Rubio Hernández, known as “El Mene”, who was supposedly a well-known local drug dealer. He, alongside with his girlfriend who accompanied him, is among the victims. All the other people who were present at the time of the attack were, according to an El Universal report, just collateral victims and therefore not targeted in the first place. Reportedly, they were only there to drink alcohol with the purported prime target of the attack. However, besides this statement, the El Universal report did not reveal in what exact relation the other victims and “El Mene” stood to each other. In contrast, other reports indicate that “El Mene” and his girlfriend, who were driving a Volkswagen Gol taxi, were pursued by their killers and arrived at the crime scene just moments before they were shot dead. These reports suggest that they stopped the taxi they were riding at the gathering, rashly disembarked and tried to run away but were caught up and shot dead, alongside with the people who have gathered there to drink.
Letting aside the exact circumstances of the crime, the perpetrators’ affiliation has meanwhile been found out and confirmed by solid evidence (following the examination of the weaponry and vehicles used in the assault). The perpetrators belong to a criminal group called Los Molina, headed by the brothers Juan Carlos and Noé Molina Plascencia, 29 and 30 years of age, respectively. Reportedly, they were actively involved in this assault. The target of the attack, “El Mene”, was working for a criminal group named Los Panchos. Having said that, “El Mene” was originally affiliated to Los Molina but switched side to their rivals in August 2018. In addition to that, he allegedly owed hundred thousand Pesos to Los Molina for drugs which he did not pay up for sufficiently. Presumably, this has caused Sunday’s attack.
Both groups, Los Molina and Los Panchos, are working under the umbrella of larger criminal organizations. While Los Molina maintains an alliance with Los Pitufos, Los Panchos is linked to Los Rodolfos, also known as Cartel de Los Rodolfos.
The origins and interconnections between these criminal actors will be covered in the course of my upcoming articles about CDMX. Considering the significant recent uptick of violence in southern CDMX, further such major targeted assaults as well as tit-for-that killings in Itzapalapa and the adjacent boroughs can be expected in the upcoming days and weeks.
Morelia, Mich.- The Attorney General of the State (PGJE) opened 320 investigations against its agents for complaints and complaints from citizens; of these, in 92 cases liability was found.
According to official figures from the Attorney General, from January 1, 2018 to January 25 of this year, the result of the investigations led to 40 officers being suspended for their actions and another 12 were dismissed from their jobs.
Officers of the Ministerial Police have also been identified by organized crime groups to engage in acts of corruption, among the most recent is the case of the ministerial command Felix Hernandez Hernandez, whose name appeared last year on two narcomantas in Morelia.
What happened to thewife of Luis Manrriguez was for supporting the filthy Zetas of Mr. Pablo Herrera, El Mamito and El Pana. The deal was to deliver those two dogs. But since he didn’t here are the consequences. This goes for all white-collar entrepreneurs who support Mamito and Pana. You’re next Luis Manriquez. We are already locating you. The war started.
Throw Away Borderland Beat translated from Vanguardia
On social networks videos circulated showing the agent taken by force by armed men.
The sub inspector of the Federal Police, Gabriel Pulido Noguera, was kidnapped over the weekend on a highway in the state of Veracruz.
Although the authorities of the Cuitláhuac García Jiménez Morenista government have not spoken about the incident, videos appeared on social networks where the agent is taken by force by armed men.
The police reports indicate that the events occurred on the Acultzingo-Ciudad Mendoza highway, in the central mountainous area of Veracruz.
On the footage, captured in the own vehicle of the federal agent, it is shown that two vehicles block his path, his armed attackers grab him and take him to an unknown destination.
From Sol Prendido:
In one of the videos you can see how the police stops the procession suddenly. After seeing a subject pointing a gun at him, he raised his hands in surrender. Immediately, at least three subjects opened the door of the unit and the following dialogue was heard:
Sicario: GET OFF, GET THE FUCK OFF! ARE YOU ARMED?
Sicario: GO, GET OVER HERE. BE VERY CAREFUL AND DON’T FUCK AROUND.
After removing the police from the vehicle, another subject entered, who wore a black jacket and cap, as well as dark glasses. After starting to drive the vehicle, he covered his mouth and nose with the collar of his jacket.
The other video reproduces the same situation, but pointing towards the front of the vehicle, which thankfully it was possible to identify the van model that stopped the police unit.
Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from CNN Espanol and Animal Political
Journalist Reynaldo López was killed by armed men while driving his car in the city of Hermosillo, Sonora, in northern Mexico. Lopez was traveling with reporter Carlos Cota, who was also injured. The authorities ruled out that the incident is related to the journalistic activity of the victims. Authorities are actually saying it was probably related to illegal activities by “someone close” to the two men.
The Committee to Protect Journalists to classify Mexico as the most dangerous country in the Western Hemisphere for media workers, and second for the most dangerous in the world.
Presidential spokesman Jesús Ramírez also lamented the attacks, saying “all aggression against the freedom of speech constitutes a condemnable act. We anxiously await action from the corresponding authorities to investigate these acts.”
Cota was a popular sports reporter for Televisa Sonora for many years.
Reynaldo López is the third journalist to be murdered in Mexico this year, following the killing of radio host Jesús Ramos Rodríguez in Tabasco a little over a week ago and the assassination of community radio director Rafael Murúa in Baja California in January.
Throw Away Borderland Beat republished from Proceso thank you Sol for images
GUANAJUATO, Gto.- Eleven people were killed in different events in Salamanca, Pénjamo and Abasolo in the course of Saturday, including six men who were executed inside a house in black work in a colony of Salamanca.
The multi homicide was committed almost simultaneously with another homicide in the community of Recuerdo de Ancón also in Salamanca, where a taco street vendor was riddled with bullets.
The Municipal Police of Salamanca received several reports for gunshots in several points of the city. One was referring to a house allegedly abandoned and in black construction on the corner of San Marcos and San Carlos in the San Francisco de Asís neighborhood. It is unknown how the events occurred. The bodies were taken to the Forensic Medical Service and a investigation was initiated. Simultaneously, in the community of Recuerdo de Ancón, another man was killed; his body was lying face down on the side of a car of blocks; the motive of the aggression is unknown. Graphic fotos next page
This Saturday, three men were executed this Saturday in a vacant lot in the El Sauz de Villaseñor community in Pénjamo. Neighbors in the area reported to the 911 emergency system that they heard gun shots. Minutes later officers arrived and found three men tied up and shot in the head. They have not been identified.
A Woman is killed in AbasoloIn Abasolo, she died as a result of several shots on Saturday morning on the highway stretch Abasolo-Irapuato, in front of the Los Juanes community. It was motorists who passed through the area who gave notice to the 911 emergency system. According to the report, the woman was between 25 and 30 years old, white complexion, robust complexion, dyed brown hair, wore a short-sleeved blouse of brown with black spots, blue denim trousers and ankle boots. Navy blue with yellow sole.
Narcotrafficker José Jorge Balderas Garza, alias "El JJ" ", who shot former player Salvador Cabañas in 2010, was sentenced to 20 years in prison for organized crime.
"El JJ" was convicted by the First District Judge of Federal Criminal Proceedings in the State of Mexico.
This is the second sentence against Balderas Garza. In September 2011, he was sentenced to three years in prison for using a false document and has an open criminal trial case for the attempted murder against Cabañas.
He was arrested on January 18, 2011 in Mexico City by officers of the Federal Police, in compliance with an arrest warrant derived from his participation in the Beltrán-Leyva Organization, as an operator in the Valley of Mexico.
The brutal murder of a young man in Morelos was recorded and disseminated through social networks; his corpse was scattered in several streets of the entity. Last Friday, February 8, at around 11:00 p.m., a human trunk without limbs was located in Paso Exprés in the direction of Vicente Guerrero Avenue, in the Maravillas neighborhood, Cuernavaca.
On the morning of Saturday, a human head was placed next to the genitals in the Tabachin Street of the Bella Vista neighborhood, a few blocks from the State Attorney General's Office (FGE), where cardboard was found with the following message:
"Commissioner, given that your team has not worked and, on the contrary, they only receive money from all the criminal groups, here we give you the clue of some of the groups that are extorting money and stealing cars in the city."
The human remains were picked up and sent to the Forensic Medical Service (Semefo), where the victim remained as a stranger; however, on Monday the body was identified by his relatives as José Rodolfo Bellucci Botello, nineteen years of age.
Rodolfo Bellucci, originally from Iguala, began his criminal activity when he was only fifteen years old, along with his high school classmates, with whom he assaulted businesses, robbing homes and mainly stealing vehicles.
The afternoon of Monday, through social networks began to circulate a video [ warning if you use the link--the video is as gruesome as it gets] in which an armed group interrogates the young man, who visibly beaten confesses to belong to a criminal group that operates in that state supported by police officers.
In another recording two men appear inside a bathroom, where it is seen that they cut the head and limbs of the corpse of the victim.
As if the images were not violent enough, the individuals end the video warning that this will happen to all the local extortionists.