BTW, I added another kill picture of El Chacho in the other thread. I know you have a huge gallery of cartel members so if you don't have that one, feel free to add it. Fingers crossed that we can get a live picture of him soon!
I found a VxT source about the recent Reynosa attack. People are commenting that the recent attack in Reynosa was caused by a dispute between Comandante Aleman and Metro 21. I'll try to dissect the broken and poorly-written Spanish:
- Comandante Aleman is trying to claim the plaza from Metro 21, Metro 22, M-1 and El Nabor.
- Apparently Metro 21 is working with Los Escorpiones and a guy named El Nabor.
- El Nabor reportedly lives in Mission, Texas.
- Comandante Aleman is working under Comandante Mono, with Primito from Camargo, and with Juan Perros and his family.
- Other individuals identified as La Mimi, El Peña Gael, Roke, and Checo are suggested to be working with Metro 21.
Metro 21 is nabor & im pretty sure he does have a Visa to enter united states . I think they must of over thrown him already cause last weekend I went to his punto (where they sell drugs) to buy weed and the guy said there was a new "encargado" encargado is what they call the guy in charged of the punto who drops of the drugs and picks up the money so he could of meant theres a new guy doing the drop offs or theres a new boss and new encargado new everything I hope ya get what I'm trying to say. But the guy that was in charge of doing the pick ups the "encargado" was his nephew so I doubt he would of changed him
Do you know anything else about the recent Reynosa beer warehouse attack where 7 people were killed? I read that "El Yoqui", the nickname of the warehouse owner (as well as the name of the warehouse), sold drugs there. Who is Comandante Aleman? I have in my notes that it was another alias of Ciclon 7.
I'm currently working on a main board post on this.
I am getting a lot of interesting network links after Juan Perros Sr was released, especially about the Deandar/De Andar-family in Reynosa, which on the outside is the operators of newspapers, but seems to be involved either willingly or forced with CDG, and how a lot of these golfo characters have some sort of history with Cabeza de Vaca.
Even though Mexico is undergoing a series of shutdowns and curfews tied to the novel Coronavirus COVID-19, more than 50 were gathered to gamble over cockfights. Law enforcement sources in Mexico revealed to Breitbart Texas that days before the attack, a known member of the CDN-Los Zetas was working to track down the victim.
The three gunmen approached Lozano Garcia and began shooting. They fatally injured Perez Moreno and five others, including 55-year-old Jose Mauro Flores Garza, a leader of a Gulf Cartel cell that law enforcement sources claim is under the protection of Cadereyta Municipal Police officers.
According to information provided to Breitbart Texas, Lozano Garcia is considered a regional leader with the Gulf Cartel in Nuevo Leon and is linked to executions, kidnappings, extortions, and local drug sales. Lozano Garcia survived a similar murder attempt in 2018 when gunmen ambushed him as he drove along a highway near Cadereyta. He was rushed to a hospital in Monterrey.
[I KNOW THAT BREITBART IS A CONTROVERSIAL SITE FOR NARCO NEWS, BUT HERE IS WHAT THEY CLAIM]
New images about Gulf Cartel Comandante Vaquero faction affiliates handing basic goods to local populators of Matamoros. A few days ago they started their social campaign in Ciudad Victoria, now they´ve extended to Matamoros. In my opinion they have repeated this practice for a second time because the last time their actions went viral on social media, and this benefits a criminal cell completely divided between rival cells.
This images are ruling all across the social media and also popped uup at blog del narco