I wouldn’t call El Águila Coronel boss of Matazetas/Cjng or boss of Mencho and El 85.
El 85 is a big fish bigger than El Águila Coronel will ever be.
El Águila had his own group called La Corona but was demolished by Mencho.
Mencho has been around for a while clashed directly with the original Zetas under El Tisico’s leadership! Mencho worked for El Lobo Valencia and Nacho Coronel.
Mencho is rough and rugged paramilitary leadership style big mistake on his part the killing 15 cops in 2015. I just don’t see El Águila being bigger or having more weight than Mencho nevertheless El 85. Times have changed obviously tables have turned on Mencho.
Deelucky and itzli said it best el cholo and el marro of Guanajuato can create mayhem against Mencho in Jalisco.
Now el Águila has joined the fight and El 85 most likely went independent.
The same thing could be said about los chapitos vs Damasos
Yeah I am surprised about Cjng publishing that video they are burning themselves out especially with those Isis type uniforms worn by Cjng!! Mencho should just kept the black uniforms plus the weaponry it’s too exaggerated but Cjng has always been like that since it’s creation propaganda military or guerrilla tactics.
El 85 is a big fish bigger than El Águila Coronel will ever be. [char]
come on now that sounds like the fan boys on mainboard.:)
I did misspeak not seeing the lower level part of the comment. I was just saying fernandez has never been small. there is a great article written about him this year I will search for it
but the point of mine is Mencho can be emotion driven anyone betraying him he will hunt down not looking at the consequences. Mencho's Achilles heel is Mich. He had a good grip after Tuta, but because his MO is making foes out of former allies after achieving his goal with their help, he now has too many enemies. Going after abuelo is a mistake he should have gone after Fernández alone if that is his beef.
In Mich abuelo long has been strong. and unlike any other narco the people love him.
abuelo has long been protected and loved by the people. they stood up to the military and agents trying to arrest him.
The way I see it.... the more people that don't like me, the less people I have to please
Anabel Hernandez: Yes, it's the voice of El Mencho that is heard on video, war is coming.
The current governor would be "betraying the Jalisco Cartel and giving the square to the Sinaloa Cartel," says Anabel Hernández.
The journalist Anabel Hernández said that, according to her sources, it is the voice of Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes , “El Mencho” and leader of the Jalisco Cartel, which is heard in a video that circulates on social networks this week.
The subject in the video says: “The governor made a deal with me , Mencho Oseguera , who did not comply in the least. You all know that before the new government entered, under Enrique Alfaro, here in Jalisco everything was calm, and now with his mandate the violence began throughout the state . ”
Who claims to be 'Mencho ' says that Governor Enrique Alfaro intends to give the square to Martín Coronel aka 'El Águila' (nephew of the late Ignacio Coronel, right hand of Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán, former leader of the Sinaloa Cartel) and Esteban Rodríguez Olivera, aka 'El Güerito'.
In this regard, according to the information provided by Anabel Hernández , the current governor would be " betraying the Jalisco Cartel and giving the square to the Sinaloa Cartel."
"On Tuesday I had a meeting with sources of information and this video began to circulate on social networks ... these people, both AMLO government officials and the US government, confirm that regardless of the content of the video the worrying thing is that it is the voice of Nemesio Oseguera, ”said the journalist in #AristeguiEnVivo.
"They claim that the voice of this person announcing this public war is the voice of Nemesio," she said.
"They confirm that this announcement of Nemesio is the most open of a war that has begun 4 months ago, between the Sinaloa cartel and the Jalisco cartel," she said.
She pointed out that Mayo Zambada would be allied with other criminals who seek to take territory from Nemesio Oseguera.
She recalled that before he won the governorship, the US government investigated Enrique Alfaro for his alleged links with the Jalisco Cartel.
"It is striking that in this message he is confirming these agreements that he would have had with Mr. Alfaro and then he would have broken," she said.
On the other hand, the Jalisco Cartel is facing Michoacán with Los Viagras , "a criminal cell supported and armed by the government of Enrique Peña Nieto, when the self-defense groups were formed."
This war in several states " can reach much more delicate situations ," Anabel said.
Currently, the Jalisco Cartel has a presence in 26 states of the Republic.
After the video was released, the Alfaro government said they are "false accusations."
Through a statement, he said that it is an "armed assembly ", and will file a complaint with the Attorney General's Office (FGR).
“For the state government, the fight against violence is a matter of greater serenity. Therefore, from the beginning of this administration we make it clear that this government does not dialogue, nor will it dialogue with criminals, ”he stressed.
The Alfaro administration denounced "an armed assembly" with "lies that have only the clear intention of defame, intimacy, misinformation and generate fear among citizens."
The last paragraph indicates that the accusations deserve no more than a single response: "The government of the state of Jalisco will continue to do its job and will present the corresponding complaint to the Attorney General's Office." However, he did not specify who the complaint would be against or for what crime.
The Secretariat of Security and Citizen Protection of the Government of Mexico said that it is not the voice of Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes, head of the Jalisco Nueva Generación Cartel, which appears in the video where Governor Enrique Alfaro is accused of agreeing with the organized crime.
Chivis what do you think? Who's right, Anabel Hernandez or The Secretariat of Security and Citizen Protection of the Government of Mexico?