Current Events in the Gulf Cartel 2019

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Char 80
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New photo of most wanted but no names on the new guys that where added haha
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Char 80
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There is a new video published by CDN Laredo of interrogating 3 CJNG members captured in Nuevo Laredo. Tropas del Infierno say that Mencho is next and will get killed basically.

There where rumors that Mencho was allied with CDN, or that CDN bought their weapons from Cjng, or that El Tory’s release was finance by Cjng-Mencho, now we can agree that there is no way as long as Mencho is alive Cjng will never work with CDN Laredo.
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Re: Current Events in the Gulf Cartel 2019

Char 80
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It’s Official   CDN LAREDO declares war on CJNG-Mencho for the Nuevo Laredo plaza.


Cjng is now fighting El Marro of Guanajuato, Cartel Nueva Plaza in Jalisco, El Abuelo Farías, and in alliance with El Primito-Cjng is now fighting Cartel del Noreste.

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Re: Current Events in the Gulf Cartel 2019

Podrido
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They both lead aggressive, expansionist lines of operation. They're incompatible with one another because of this imho, and the CJNG got their start as 'Los Matazetas' did they not? I really doubt Zetas and CJNG could ever link up with one another as many CDN members still promote the Zeta brand. Regardless of whatever El Tory's history may be it simply wouldn't make sense for the rest of the structure, it would be like expecting Z40 and Z50 to get along on a fishing trip.

Front page posted a new priority targets list in Tamaulipas, it features Alfredo Cardenas. Can someone explain this? I thought El Contador was recently arrested in San Luis Potosí, was he released?
Just a lurker.
MX
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MX
In the Tamaulipas government page, it says he is captured. What list are you seeing he's posted as a fugitive?

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Re: Current Events in the Gulf Cartel 2019

leChef
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The one picture of Primito put forward by the government (and later CDN) was poor detective work based on another figure called Primo, arrested a few years back. A good clue to why it could not be the government sponsored guy is that it was quite clear early on that Primitos brother was R8, and did not have the same surname.
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Re: Current Events in the Gulf Cartel 2019

leChef
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Cdg announces curfew for the city of Matamoros. People who is surprised after 11 pm will be kidnapped. Supposedly in order to clean the city of thieves.
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Re: Current Events in the Gulf Cartel 2019

leChef
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This monster was seized after a shootout with State Police a couple of days ago in Matamoros. It is inscribed with C-46 on the side, indicating Vaquero estakas.
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Re: Current Events in the Gulf Cartel 2019

Itzli
Right Hand of "El Vaquero" Arrested



On Tuesday, October 22 members of the Special Forces of the State Police arrested Héctor Flavio on the Río Bravo-Valle Hermoso. Héctor is identified as the right hand of Evaristo Cruz, aliases "El Vaquero" and "Señor del Sombrero.

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mr.browntown956
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¡tRuCHAS!
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Re: Current Events in the Gulf Cartel 2019

Char 80
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There is a video of I think Kike Cardenas of Matamoros badly
beating up some guys at a bar.



CDG Zacatecas as most of us know is well organized and probably the most powerful and respected faction of CDG. Panchito el f-1 was the long time leader while el hamburguesa was his boss and burger worked under Mellado.

La voz del pueblo published some videos of CDG hitman of Zacatecas patrolling the streets and in their trucks had OPERATIVA SIERRA and Pancho Villa picture

CDG Zacatecas has been able to withstand CDN-Z onslaughts.
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Re: Current Events in the Gulf Cartel 2019

B00Mer
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According to them  like the Cartels are going to give a fuck who they kill.

The Cartel members are nothing but animals.
Agua que no has de beber, déjala correr
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Re: Current Events in the Gulf Cartel 2019

MaxiMillian2k19
Does anyone know what Comandante de Los Estacas meaning? Is it similar to plaza boss?
MX
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MX
Estacas is a vehicle occupied by 3 or 4 armed individuals. A leader of estacas would mean that this person commands all the vehicles with armed men in a certain plaza. See this source below for a description:

https://www.justice.gov/usao-sdtx/pr/second-former-gulf-cartel-plaza-boss-pleads-guilty-federal-drug-charges
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Re: Current Events in the Gulf Cartel 2019

Char 80
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This post was updated on .
5 hitman killed of CDN Tropas del Infierno after attacking SEDENA Mexican Army troops. Crazy footage of CDN members being chased by the armed forces vehicle called sandcat I did not know this vehicle was super fast

https://mobile.twitter.com/reno_gamby/status/1193350080092364800
This vehicle is scary fast
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Re: Current Events in the Gulf Cartel 2019

MaxiMillian2k19
Gosh, Imagine risking your life for 4000pesos a month to get killed in such chase
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Re: Current Events in the Gulf Cartel 2019

Chubby214
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Damn they on their ass 🏃 60MPH+ only feet away
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Re: Current Events in the Gulf Cartel 2019

Char 80
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Shoutout in Zacatecas
#OJO #Nochistlan #Zacatecas

Fuerte enfrentamiento entre el Cártel Jalisco Nueva Generación #CJNG vs otro grupo armado en #Tlatichichila y #Nochistlán

https://mobile.twitter.com/LPueblo2/status/1194064514523783170

17:00 hrs

Nochistlán is supposedly CJNG territory right next to Jalisco.

Rumors are CDG-Operativo Sierra was involved in the shootout against CJNG. CDG Zacatecas definitely the most well organized faction of the Gulf Cartel right now and is supposedly backed by CDG Matamoros.
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mr.browntown956
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A former leader of the Gulf Cartel appeared in federal court in Brownsville on Thursday, where he entered a guilty plea on count one of an indictment charging him with manufacturing and distributing massive amounts of cocaine and marijuana.

Jorge Eduardo Costilla-Sánchez appeared with his attorney before U.S. District Judge Fernando Rodriguez Jr. in an orange jumpsuit, handcuffs, shackles, and a belly chain.

He pleaded guilty to Count 1 of a 4th superseding indictment transferred to the Southern District of Texas from the District of Columbia.

Costilla-Sánchez previously pleaded guilty in 2017 to two counts of assault on a federal officer. He has yet to be sentenced for this offense.

A government prosecutor re-arraigned Costilla-Sánchez, specifying that details which arose from the case — complete with 26 defendants — in which the man is estimated to have been personally responsible for the distribution of at least 450 kilograms of cocaine and over 90,000 kilograms of marijuana.

The amounts equate to over 992 pounds of cocaine and roughly 198,416 pounds of marijuana, respectively.

Those listed in the indictment were charged with conspiring to manufacture and distribute cocaine and marijuana in Mexico, Colombia, Guatemala, Panama, and elsewhere for eventual distribution in the United States.

During the hearing, Costilla-Sánchez’s attorney argued two objections to the charges, including that his client did not “agree or admit” to the estimated amount of 90,000 kilograms of marijuana, as he was unaware of how much marijuana he had distributed.

An additional objection was raised regarding drug seizures in Panama and Mexico in 2007 that Sánchez said he wasn’t aware of and didn’t recall.

The prosecutor said that authorities seized 2,400 kilograms of illicit drugs in Tampico in 2007. A separate bust the same year led to the seizure of 700 kilograms of cocaine in Colón, Panama.

Costilla-Sánchez was initially listed in the federal indictment on Nov. 15, 2007, but was not arrested until September 2012 when the Mexican Navy located him in Tampico, Tamaulipas, according to reports written at the time of his arrest.

Those reports also indicated that the arrest was the direct result of information shared by Mario Cárdenas Guillén, whose brother Antonio Ezequiel Cárdenas Gúillen also ran the cartel and was listed first in the indictment before he was killed by the Mexican Navy in 2010.

Costilla-Sánchez was placed in control of Matamoros following the 2007 extradition of former Gulf Cartel leader Osiel Cárdenas Guillén to the United States. The extradition, in combination with Guillén’s 2003 arrest in Mexico, caused infighting among involved groups and a reorganization of the cartel’s power structure.

Costilla-Sánchez allegedly ordered the assassination of a leader of Los Zetas, prompting the groups to formally split in 2010. The move sparked excessive violence among warring factions that spilled onto the streets of northern Tamaulipas.

On Thursday, Costilla-Sánchez admitted to arranging the transport and distribution of the drugs for the Gulf Cartel. He used contacts networked through his position as a police officer in Matamoros to facilitate the cartel’s work, according to prosecutors.

The attorneys accused Costilla-Sánchez of taking over the operation, controlling shipments, and maintaining control of various plazas. The man also admitted to maintaining control of hitmen and ordering assassinations and other acts of violence against adversaries throughout his career, according to prosecutors.

Attorneys cited operations from Nuevo Laredo to Matamoros, all of which Costilla-Sánchez told the court that he was in control of.

The man answered, “Yes,” when the judge asked whether the allegations read by the prosecutors were true.

Costilla-Sánchez faces life in prison, a life-long term of supervised release, and a $10 million fine. The mandatory minimums attached to the charge are a prison term of 10 years in federal custody and a minimum of five years of supervised release.

The judge also informed the court that forfeiture or restitution for victims could be ordered as a result of the guilty plea.

Costilla-Sánchez’s sentence will run concurrently.

Costilla-Sánchez will be sentenced in Brownsville on April 14.

“tRuCHAS”
MX
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MX
https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.themonitor.com/2020/01/09/former-gulf-cartel-leader-enters-guilty-plea/amp/

BTW, you should post this as a separate thread. Notable for the main page (would do it but I’m on my phone).
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