The last day of March in Baja California stood out for various signs of drug violence, a blanket against Rosarito authorities, other Jalisco New Generation Cartel video (CJNG) with warnings for the governor Jaime Bonilla and 10 murders in various parts of the state.
Although the first of these events had been kept hidden, by the afternoon it was confirmed that an organized crime group left the narco message addressed to Francisco Arellano Ortiz, Secretary of Safety for Playas de Rosarito, municipality governed by the morenista Araceli Brown Figueredo.
According to local reports, the events occurred on the Canseco side street bridge, the free highway from Tijuana to Rosarito, at the height of the Loma Blanca neighborhood. Presumably, the narcomanta could not be placed because the young man who tried it was surprised and fled, however it remained extended.
“Secretary of Public Security of Rosarito Francisco Javier Arellano Ortiz stop protecting those from Sinaloa, you know what I’m talking about, we’re going to give you the mere sight of your mother Atte”, it was read in the display that is presumed, was put up by rivals of the group led by Ismael Zambada García, the Mayo.
The narcomanta threatened Rosarito authorities.
Just last March 8, at the height of that bridge, Farrah Fresnedo, René Arzate’s former sister-in-law, the Rana, operator of the Sinaloa Cartel in Baja California.
Three more subjects were kidnapped, two of them with a criminal record in the United States on charges of drug trafficking and money laundering.
Heriberto Rosales Rico, Víctor Manuel Tirado Zatarain, Jay Souptrasit Sayarath, el Chino, along with the family member of the Rana, they regained their freedom after 17 days, according to weekly reports Zeta.
In the same place, but on the recent March 27, the body of a man with a drug message stuck with a knife in his chest was abandoned.
Also, Francisco Ramos, in charge of dispatch of the Security Bureau in the state, reported at least 10 murders on the last day of March. Something that the governor Jaime Bonilla described as a “difficult day” for the entity.
“They registered 10 homicides in the state, of which seven were in this municipality of Tijuana, two more in Tecate and one more in the municipality of Ensenada”, detailed the security official.
Up to 10 murders occurred in the entity in one day.
Among the victims were a woman executed aboard a motorcycle in the Cañón del Pato neighborhood, other calcined subject in the Matamoros neighborhood and a couple executes in the middle of a shooting in Tecate.
At the end of the day, the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG) launched one of his usual narcovideos to threaten the governor Jaime Bonilla, as well as authorities from the Security Cabinet, the Office of the Attorney General of the Republic (FGR) and the same mayor of Playas de Rosarito, Araceli Brown Figueredo.
In the footage recorded statically for almost five minutes, they were observed at least 14 hitmen with Balaclava, bulletproof vests with the letters CJNG on the chest and various long weapons.
Only one of them was sitting at a white table with the acronym of the criminal organization in black, and he was the one who made the speech, framed by his colleagues, a metal sheet ceiling with wood and a white banner.
At first, the hitmen of Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes, the Mencho, they warned that the entity’s prosecutor, Guillermo Ruiz HernandezHe should pay attention to his subordinates, the same as Governor Jaime Bonilla. After, They exhorted them to no longer receive money from the Sinaloa Cartel or the Arellano Félix.
The CJNG also threatened Felipe de Jesús Gallo Gutiérrez, head of the Coordination of Research Methods of the FGR, connected to Genaro Garcia Luna and Luis Cardenas Palomino, former Security officials with Felipe Calderon who are indicted in New York for ties to him Sinaloa Cartel.
Oseguera Cervantes accused FGR officials in Baja California, who had stolen a shipment of drugs and agreed to pay four million pesos for its return, something that was supposedly requested by Gallo Gutiérrez’s subordinates. But after the payment was made, the narcotics were not returned.
That’s how it happened one more of the violent chapters that plague the entity governed by the Morenoite Bonilla Valdez. Baja California, in turn, was the state with the highest cases of violent deaths of women in the first two months of 2021 nationwide.
From 38 victims in January and February 2020, that number increased 63% in the same period of the current year when it went to 62 records, according to data from the National Commission to Prevent and Eradicate Violence against Women of last March 25.
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