Zetas leader 'El Lazca' killed in Matamoros

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Zetas leader 'El Lazca' killed in Matamoros

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Borris
It is still a rumor not confirmed yet!

I hope it is true and will not be satisfied until the president of MEXICO or OBAMA himself confirm this!
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Borris
I am new to the forum and dont want to step on anybodies toes
but the reason I say this is because LAZCANO has supposedly been killed or captured on 2 seperate occasions in Mexico and it has been false not to say I am not glad to hear of his dead today but I just dont want to get my hopes up.
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mladicadic
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What would he have been doing in CDG territory? Isn't the idea to be safely tucked away in a nice house somewhere while your underlings die for you?
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kylesam
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Here is what Ive been getting

Autoridades de seguridad nacional tratan de confirmar la muerte de un líder importante del narcotráfico durante las balaceras de hoy en Matamoros.

Una serie de enfrentamientos armados se han registrado durante esta tarde en esta ciudad de Tamaulipas, y según reportes extraoficiales a través de redes sociales, un importante cabecilla de un grupo del crimen organizado habría muerto en medio de la refriega.

Desde la 13:30 horas se ha difundido información sobre balaceras en distintos puntos de la ciudad, en colonias como la Sección 16, Pedro Moreno, Valle Dorado, Mariano Matamoros, Rincón Colonial y Fovissste se han reportado detonaciones de armas de fuego.

De acuerdo a fuentes extraoficiales, el enfrentamiento empezó entre elementos del ejército mexicano y grupos de personas armadas a bordo de vehículos, lo cual derivó en bloqueos de varias calles en el sur y poniente de Matamoros.

It started with the Mexican Army and sicarios....
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kylesam
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At least ten people died......here is another article...if you don't read spanish im sorry...

Un tiroteo entre civiles y militares que duró varias horas, dejó como saldo la muerte de 10 civiles en el sur de Matamoros, Tamaulipas, lo que ocasiono el bloqueo de las principales calles de esta frontera.

De acuerdo a los primeros reportes, hombres armados que viajaban a bordo de diversas camionetas se toparon con elementos del Ejército mexicano a la altura de la avenida Mexicali en los límites de las colonias Pedro Moreno, Rincón Colonial Fovissste, Fraccionamiento Victoria, Mariano Matamoros localizadas al sur de esta localidad fronteriza.

Los efectivos al ver las camionetas de reciente modelo circulando en caravana por esta avenida que comunica a la Avenida sur poniente y oriente, les marcaron el alto pero en lugar de detenerse comenzaron sus tripulantes a disparar en contra de los militares quienes respondieron la agresión.

De acuerdo a testigos, la balacera comenzó alrededor de la una y media de la tarde en donde se habla de manera extraoficial de 10 civiles muertos, la circulación vehicular en este sector fue cerrada por los militares debido a que circulaban padres de familia que habían acudido por sus hijos tras la salida de clases.

Algunas avenidas como la Sexta y su prolongación conocida como avenida Pedro Cárdenas, la avenida Servando Canales y el llamado Periférico otras que conducen a la carretera Matamoros- Ciudad Victoria fueron cerradas a la vialidad con microbuses y peseras que duraron pasadas las cuatro de la tarde atravesadas en estas arterias.

La avenida 12 de Marzo conduce al Campo Militar, también fue bloqueada con unidades del transporte colectivo y algunas particulares.

Ciudadanos de Matamoros, Tamaulipas reportaron a través de redes sociales los enfrentamientos registrados esta tarde en diversas zonas de la ciudad.

Usuarios de twitter reportaron enfrentamientos en las colonias Los Álamos, Valle Dorado, Villa Azteca y Pedro Moreno sin que hasta el momento haya confirmación de la autoridad.
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kylesam
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So now im getting that it MAY not be him here is an article by el universal...and to think I got my hopes all high...

Fuerzas del Ejército y la Armada de México se enfrentaron con grupos de delincuentes que a su vez sostenían una confrontación armada, en las cercanías del Puente Internacional Tomates, de Matamoros, Tamaulipas.

A través de su cuenta de Twitter el secretario técnico del Consejo de Seguridad Nacional, Alejandro Poiré, confirmó el enfrentamiento y agregó que las autoridades aún trabajan en la identificación de los fallecidos.

Dijo también que se aseguraron armas y vehículos, y que en breve la Secretaría de la Defensa Nacional (Sedena) abundará en la información al respecto.

La Secretaría de Marina confirmó el choque armado, que dejó un saldo preliminar de tres muertos y nueve heridos. Fuentes militares descartaron que entre las víctimas o detenidos tras la refriega se encuentre Heriberto Lazcano Lazcano, jefe del cártel de Los Zetas.

Se informó que el enfrentamiento se dio entre integrantes del cártel del Golfo contra sus ex aliados y ahora rivales Los Zetas.

Esta tarde el diario fronterizo The Brownsville Herald publicó que, según fuentes cercanas a esa publicación, Lazcano Lazcano murió luego de un enfrentamiento entre su grupo delictivo y el cártel del Golfo.

De igual forma, en las redes sociales se comenta información en este sentido pero sin citar fuentes oficiales.
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kylesam
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I got to ask yourself why would el Lazca be in matamoros fighting it out...he would leave that to his lower players...a leader wouldn't do that....just my opinion...but until I hear it from the defense secretary confirming this....i just going to think it wasn't him...thats for now..
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Borris
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I agree with you mladicadic if I was a wanted cartel boss I would be hidden in a different state like San Luis, Hidalgo, Puebla, or Queretaro where there is not much military out on the streets and I could easily corrupt officials or police.

But maybe he got tired of all the people saying he was scared and that the ZETAS just shoot and then runaway when the military arrives and wanted to prove to his demoralized Zeta sicarios that the boss also is willing to fight along with them on the frontlines.

Sort of like Arturo Beltran "El Barbas" did in Cuernavaca, Morelos when he was killed by the Mexican military.
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kylesam
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Ok guys im calling it it was not true...the federal government just confirmed this to milenio....

Fuentes del gobierno federal confirmaron esta tarde a MILENIO que por los enfrentamientos en Matamoros, Tamaulipas, hubo nueve detenidos y tres muertos.

Sin embargo, en contraste con lo divulgado hoy en las redes sociales respecto a la muerte de un importante líder de un grupo del crimen organizado, aseguraron que ninguno de los tres cadáveres corresponde al líder de ‘Los Zetas’, Heriberto Lazcano, ‘El Lazca’.

En su cuenta de Twitter, el vocero de Seguridad Nacional de la Presidencia, Alejandro Poiré informó que en breve la Secretaría de la Defensa Nacional dará más datos sobre estos hechos y adelantó que “hay armas y vehículos asegurados”.

De acuerdo con las primeras informaciones, los enfrentamientos se registraron en al menos seis colonias de Matamoros, además de que se reportaron bloqueos en algunas vialidades.

Damn Brownsville-herald messes up again....jaja...didn't the same happen with Tony Tormenta jaja
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Chivis
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I saw that the herald confirmed it TWICE!  strange they usually are so careful.
The monitor picked it up.
BUT I could not find one media source in Tamps or Mata that had the story and now papers are saying it was just CDG screwing around with mantas stating they had killed him...
 
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kylesam
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ok guys never mind there is still hope he might be dead..they are going to announce a press conference tonight. The only reason the government would ever announce a press conference was if some big capo was caught or killed so im trying to keep a little hope that he still might be dead.

Even milenio has retracted with the following headline "Desmienten muerte de capo en Matamoros" that was at 7:12pm and just now decided to publish another story at 7:39 pm now they are saying this "El secretario Técnico del Consejo de Seguridad Nacional informó a través de su cuenta de Twitter que la Sedena emitirá, a la brevedad, más información acerca del enfrentamiento entre elementos militares y de la delincuencia organizada en Matamoros, Tamaulipas." and now, they are not confirming that he isn't dead ...lets keep our fingers crossed he is dead.
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Lazca escaped in a stolen vehicle? thats the report.... Zetas leader 'El Lazca' killed in Matamoros

Chivis
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Here is the tweet..also a reader on forum sent me a link to a cool Tamps forum...(Thank you VERY much)

http://amigosdetamaulipas2.mforos.com/


Mexico City, June 17-the Technical Secretary of the Council of national security, Alejandro Poiré, confirmed via his Twitter account, that the "Lazca", is not among the dead, after the confrontation between assassins and elements of the Mexican army in Matamoros, Tamaulipas.

"With the information available.  Heriberto Lazcano (a)"the Lazca"is not among those killed in # Matamoros", reads  the tweet of the  spokesman for the federal government security.

Before in previous messages Poiré Romero, had noted that the Secretariat of the National Defense (SEDENA), will conference  soon, having  more information on the outcome of the conflict, which claimed several lives and allowed the securing of weapons and cars.

"Was a confrontation between troops of Ministry of defence with criminals in Matamoros." "Working on the identification of the deceased".

He also confirmed that it was only a confrontation and there were no further incidents in the border town.
"At the moment does not exist confirmation of any additional confrontation between criminals in the area of Matamoros".
During the afternoon, and once a Brownsville newspaper published the death of the leader zeta, the rumor was expanded rapidly in the network, until Poiré made this announcement.  




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This just in...so bizarre!

June 17, 2011



Mexican soldiers failed to arrest Heriberto Lazcano Lazcano, the leader of drug cartel Los Zetas, during a June 17 operation to arrest him in Matamoros, Tamaulipas state, En Linea Directa reported. Lazcano Lazcano reportedly managed to escape aboard a stolen vehicle.

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and this...though fingerprinting should take seconds to establish Z3 idenity

According to El Nuevo Heraldo, Heriberto “El Lazca” Lazcano Lazcano was killed at approximately 2 p.m. local time June 17 in Matamoros, Tamaulipas state, on Avenida del Nino at the intersection with Lauro Villar. It was reported that the top leader of Los Zetas was killed during a running gunbattle involving Gulf cartel forces.

A separate report by El Universal citing Mexican military sources indicated that three were killed and nine were injured in a firefight involving Mexican soldiers and marines against members of Los Zetas and the Gulf cartel near the Tomates international bridge in Matamoros. Mexican military sources denied that Lazcano Lazcano was killed.
 
That the firefight happened in Matamoros, a Gulf cartel stronghold, raises significant doubts about the reports of Lazcano Lazcano’s death. Indeed, one well-placed Mexican government  source has reported that Lazcano Lazcano has not been killed. Also, a U.S. counterterrorism source has indicated that the body that sparked the rumors of Lazcano Lazcano’s death is currently being fingerprinted and undergoing forensic testing, but from the U.S. source’s perspective it is not thought to be him. It should be noted that if Lazcano Lazcano is indeed dead, there could be intelligence that is being acted upon before a formal announcement is made. However, rumors of his demise could well be false.
 
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Re: more info about the rumor-wait for fingerprints.. Zetas leader 'El Lazca' killed in Matamoros

kylesam
Thanks for the info Buela

I just hope its him...but I would also like to add that Jose Cardenas initially confirm this, he is the same one who first reported that La barbie was captured so he is a good source but we can't always be right. I just find it strange that Ramón Pequeño García, titular de la División Antidrogas de la PF, traveled all the way to the state for an "emergency"
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Re: more info about the rumor-wait for fingerprints.. Zetas leader 'El Lazca' killed in Matamoros

kylesam
Just confirm that he wasn't killed....
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Chivis
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Yeah..damn guys confusing us with big guy for low level announcement..all that fuss for a "clash with assassins" ?  oh well sure woke us up..jaja.  the tip off was only the US papers were reporting the death.  I kept checking Tamps and mx media soruces and nothing.  The Herald is prob ready to assassinate their trusted source...

After several hours without confirmation of the fact, minutes before 20:00, Alejandro Poire, who is Technical Secretary of the National Security Council of Mexico, said that so far there is no information that the Lazca is between the dead from the battle in Matamoros.


However Poiré confirmed a clash between members of the Ministry of Defense and a group of assassins, indicating that a statement will be issued shortly to report on the situation
 
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kylesam
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"The Herald is prob ready to assassinate their trusted source... "

I couldn't stop laughing jaja...aint that the truth. The Hearld must feel really stupid right now for causing all this fuss jaja... anyways I think this isn't first time they provided wrong info. I think they did the same thing with TT (Tony Tormenta) a while back jaja....
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