“Char” for Borderland Beat
This text was translated and reposted from RADIOFÓRMULA.MX
The CJNG operates primarily in a single mayoral district within the north of the CDMX, however has sparked concern in different areas.
The CJNG retains its legal operations alive within the CDMX.
The Jalisco Cartel – New Technology (CJNG) is changing into increasingly frequent in Mexico Metropolis (CDMX), and within the final week it carried out a kidnapping try and deserted a human head in a cooler.
A report by the US Congressional Analysis Service states that the legal group led by Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes, higher often called ‘El Mencho’, has a presence in 28 of the nation’s 32 states, together with Mexico Metropolis.
Info from the Ministry of Nationwide Protection (Sedena), leaked by the hacker group Guacamaya Leaks, signifies that the CJNG operates primarily within the municipality of Gustavo A. Madero, beneath the command of Omar Ramses “N”, alias “El Calaca”.
Nevertheless, since 2015, the Jalisco-based legal group has left its “footprint” in different elements of the nation’s capital, similar to within the municipalities of Tlalpan, Álvaro Obregón and, in current days, Cuajimalpa.
CJNG goes ‘wild’ in CDMX
Throughout the weekend, members of the CJNG tried to perpetrate a digital kidnapping in Cuajimalpa, in response to Mayor Adrián Rubalcava.
He detailed that the criminals tried to gather a ransom from the relations of two younger individuals, whom they pressured to remain in a room on the tenth ground of a lodge situated within the neighborhood of Santa Fe, whereas they demanded to be on a cellphone name.
Nevertheless, the mother and father of the victims managed to contact the authorities, who mounted an operation to rescue the younger individuals. Nobody was arrested on this case.
Together with the cooler, criminals left a narcomessage signed by the CJNG and with a message addressed to extortionists from La Unión Tepito, ‘Chucho Masero’ and different legal cells.
Nevertheless, in December, CJNG members have been arrested, together with Carlos Barrera Blanca, alias “El Mafafa”, accused of murder and extortion of shopkeepers in Iztapalapa.