Current Events in the Gulf Cartel 2019

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mr.browntown956
Every time a king is knocked down there’s several ppl wanting the throne. The consensus head is cowboy. He’s not flashy, means business and doesn’t like too much heat. Moros right now is calm. Don’t mess with me I won’t mess with you is how everyone is carrying themselves in the city.  CDG no longer imports loads. Now a days there’s only rip crews who jack merch or tax birds going across. Moros just legalized casinos so the mañosos are studying that new hustle to make feria. Once the hustle is studied and perfectionized......Let me tell you, casinos is a GOLDMINE.

¡tRuCHAS!
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MrB956,I saw that casino on Calle sexta,is that the only one or are there more? I’ve thought about checking it out.
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Cdelt
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If they don't handle loads anymore, how is it that they just busted 500 kilos a couple of months ago in central america that was C.D.G.'s and was manufacturing for them, around that same time they busted 300 and something kilos being crossed to Texas that belonged to them also. I don't know how they still be operating at that level with all that internal fighting they got going on, but from what I've read it seems like they do. How much longer they can keep it up, I'm not sure, but if they don't get it together it's bound to catch up to them.
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Cdelt
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If they don't handle loads anymore, how is it that they just busted 500 kilos a couple of months ago in central america that was C.D.G.'s and was manufacturing for them, around that same time they busted 300 and something kilos being crossed to Texas that belonged to them also. I don't know how they still be operating at that level with all that internal fighting they got going on, but from what I've read it seems like they do. How much longer they can keep it up, I'm not sure, but if they don't get it together it's bound to catch up to them.
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mr.browntown956

What I meant was that they aren’t moving tons as compared to CDS. Sure they have a few plugs here and there but those are a small circle who has monopolized the distribution for this area. More weight is going through pharr Texas than Brownsville. don’t get me wrong. The gulf is not broken. Procedures need to be redefined, ppl are being sent down south to set up shop and eventually send merch this way. What I do emphasize is the gulf is shifting away from that because building these shops/relationships with these South Americans is developed trough time which this new group of Cowboys doesn’t have. So they maximize opportunity’s which are available: taxing birds, receiving quotas from businesses and studying the goldmine ......CASINO!!!

¡tRuCHAS!
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MX
To what extent is drug trafficking ran by “independent contractors” per say (or families) in Matamoros? Do you think that has ever happened or is a new possibility as the Gulf Cartel shifts its modus operandi? I know the Gulf Cartel used to outsource their drug business in places like Miguel Alemán and other areas of La Frontera Chica as long as these people paid them a fee. I’ve always thought that evidence of this in Matamoros can be seen at a glimpse by studying traffickers such as Idalia Ramos Rangel. But maybe I’m completely wrong here. I know for a fact the Cárdenas family still runs part of the show in Matamoros. Not sure if other families are allowed to partake.
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mr.browntown956
Idalia Rangel Martinez a/k/a Big Mama owns mechanic/chop shops around Moros. She’s been on the low low after Her kids got busted Bville/atx for aiding her son move weight in Arkansas while he was incarcerated there. Her daughters are beautiful attractive women who have money to blow.  

Sub contractors are everywhere, yes.
If you have the plugs you can make moves and get in the circle of making money. This is the way it goes: let’s say  I have a connect that is reliable and provides a certain guaranteed amount of merch on a regular basis. I go to the boss and say hey boss I got this lined up, what you think? Boss likes flow of money and will see that person as “his guy” that is in his click. The boss taxes. . The guy makes money and we keep moving. So by being In that inner circle is what every sub contractor wants to do. Maybe one day you’ll be in line to be given areas or últimately lead the group.  If you don’t give the boss or the org any taxes, you’ll be risking your life. That’s just the way it goes.

 The Cardenas are not what they once were. After Tony and O the family didn’t have capable heirs. I’m sure they money invested in biz throughout the city, that’s a given. But them being on the forefront as “running the show” in regards to making calls is overstated.

ITS A JUNGLE OUT HERE

¡tRuCHAS!
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leChef
Interesting, the FBI is aware:

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Podrido
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I'm very curious about where El Contador fits into all of this. Of course his arrest changes the dynamic, but prior to this was he not trying to reunify fractured CDG cells and forge alliances with other criminal groups?

If there's anything good to come out of this chaos it would be that. Reunification and alliances are the only foreseeable means of stemming the violence imho. Government intervention is clearly only making things worse and forcing more groups to splinter into ever smaller and more chaotic cells.

However, it seemed to me that El Contador was making gains as he had alliances with the Vieja Escuela Zetas as well as even the CDN, M-100's Metros, and of course Grupo Ciclon, Escorpiones and Alfas under his command.

I'm not sure what his standing was with Tampico CDG, Zacatecas or Grupo Sombra but given his apparent pragmatism I can imagine he would have attempted to reach out?
Just a lurker.
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mr.browntown956


Word is that Juan Gerardo Trevino Chavez “el huevo” has been arrested. Lots of chatter, authorities have no confirmed the d tension. Z40 nephew was the head of CDN and could be the end of the Trevino dynasty.


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Chubby214
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Apparently Some guy from special forces posted this to VPT
Assuming it’s true (I doubt it) does anybody know what operativa Morado refers to? I know metal is their guard against CDN
Seems like they rip organs from contras. A lot of money being poured into everything. Thoughts?



https://www.valorportamaulipas.info/2019/04/tamaulipas-grupo-metros-del-cdg.html
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ENDTHEWAR
I saw that post as well. I'm not a spanish speaker so alot gets lost in translation I feel. Can you elaborate by what you mean "metal" is there guard against CDN? I take it the last page is the pay outs for the organ harvesters. When you say contras are you referring to rivals?
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Wolf88
Holy damn I didn't know CDG from Ribereña where into the organ trafficking, what I saw was a list of body parts from hands to livers those guys are crazy no wonder CDN wants to kill them so bad.

There is a recent rumor going around in la Ribereña area that Primito now has all the Federal Police under his payroll so they can go against the CDN trying to enter Miguel Alemán, Camargo, Mier area.







Also what is all the fuzz about in Nuevo Laredo there where a lot of Narco bloqueos two days ago, I haven't seen Narco bloqueos in Nuevo Laredo since like 2012 not like this they where blocking the whole damn city they say Huevo Treviño got captured others say it was Cadete that got captured...
MX
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MX
I've read in the past that organ trafficking is nearly impossible in Mexico because criminal groups here don't have the high-tech and infrastructure needed for it. Always take claims of organ trafficking in Mexico with a grain of salt. See these two sources here and here for more info.

Now, there is a strong urban myth in Mexico that people who agree to be organ donors are more likely to die from gross negligence at a hospital. Rumor has it that the hospital would rather keep your organs than save you if you're on the verge of dying. My parents made me put "No" on my driver's license when I was younger and have kept it like that ever since. I don't necessarily believe the myth is true, but heck, isn't it better to be on the "safe" side?

Saludos.

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Cdelt
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So what's happening in Reynosa, etc. as far as the internal conflict? Is there any end in sight, does anyone know? Any info would be highly appreciated.
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leChef
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Two metros, belonging to M58 AKA Roke, died in a confrontation with Scorpiones in Libramiento Sur II, which I believe is in Las Cumbres, Reynosa.
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Cdelt
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So no one knows any current info on the internal CDG conflict in Reynosa, etc.? That info seems to have dried up. Hopefully that's blowing over and coming to an end. The innocent civilian population deserve some tranquility and peace with the freedom to walk down the street without having to worry about stray bullets, getting robbed, getting kidnapped, or killed. Free of extortion or being preyed on by some wanna be cartel members. They should've let the old school cartel members keep operating. Atleast they respected innocent civilians and stuck to the drug trade. They wouldn't prey on the weak or target the average joe or their enemies families. Yeah, at times there were cases that some of those things happened, but that wasn't to common, it was no where near the norm. There were even those that helped the average people. I'm not saying things were perfect before, but it was nowhere near the shit storm  it is now, thats for sure. And for all those that say death to all and every single cartel and cartel member, be realistic and be honest with yourself…would you prefer to live in these times or in the pre-Calderon cartel days? Those who say in the now or that in the no-cartel days…I say open your eyes and face reality and get out of fantasy land. This isn't a movie, it's real life. Maybe in some future time there might be no-cartel times, but it wont be no time soon. This mess isn't clean cut black and white, it's complex. The cartels are here and aren't going anywhere any time soon, no matter how you feel about the issue.
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leChef
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It seems like Primito and Alfredo Perez AKA El Mofles are calling the shots over at Ribereña and Vaquero and Güero Chacharas in Matamoros.
MX
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MX
Thanks for the note!

Rumors in town say that Dr. Carlos E. Lozano Gonzalez (who owns the hospital at San Francisco neighborhood in Matamoros) was kidnapped a few hours ago. If someone else can confirm, I'd really appreciate it.
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leChef
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I think Pantera 24 or Pablo Misael Ramos Lara AKA El Mesqui has been wanted for a while, but these big boards started to appear in Ciudad Victoria recently.
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