*NSFW* The Official Drug Cartel Discussion and Video Thread *NSFW*

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  1. Barves2125

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    That's really awful. Sorry to hear that for your friend and his family.

    But, as this shit intrigues me, I must push on. Any clue how they kidnapped him or whatever they did?
     
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  2. og

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    why would I feel bad that your friend's narco dad got his head chopped off
     
  3. Grand Theft Auto and my chainsaw killing ways must have desensitized me.
     
  4. BudKilmer

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    shit ass mexican narco gets beheaded. boo fucking hoo, no :tebow: here.....plenty of sadness to go around for the innocents caught in the shit.

    oh and if this shit interests you, read "At The Devil's Table." It's about the Cali Cartel
     
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  5. atlgator

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    I dont know if I should feel bad for laughing at the end of that video when they are chopping at the guys neck and its making his arms bounce up and down.
     
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  7. TheChatch

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    not clicking on that shit
     
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  8. Pelican

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    Why not?
     
  9. El_Pato

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    9:00 mark wins. Dude squealed pretty bad.
     
  10. TheChatch

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    Just not my thing. Came ITT for the funny responses.
     
  11. TTgator91

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    HOLY FUCK
     
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  12. Pelican

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    I mean....I honestly cannot even imagine being in that situation. You have people around you getting their fucking heads cut off, and you know that you are next.
     
  13. Don't Hate Me Bro!

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    I clicked on the dude sucking on some titties instead.
     
  14. Redav

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    Maybe if you except it, it isn't that bad.. :idk: I'd want them to go ahead and do it. Wouldn't want to have to wait around.
     
  15. Gunners

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  16. Daniel Ocean

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    there is nothing that can make someone "sawing" your head off with a knife better.
     
  17. CraigAnne Conway

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    I'm usually pretty good until they start hacking at the spinal cord and the body starts going crazy.
     
  18. 3NolesFan3

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    I cannot unsee this shit and it drives me nuts.
     
  19. chet fire

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    is it that much worse than the OP? I haven't watched it.
     
  20. buckwild

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    Not sure it's really necessary to cut off the legs after cutting the head off.....but, who am I to judge Mexican drug lords and their preferred killing methods.
     
  21. Craig Pettis

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    cutting off their legs = they walked out on the cartel :themoreyouknow:
     
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  22. Poetic

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    Not watching any of this shit, but I did open to read the comments. I'm a bitch, what of it?
     
  23. supercity

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    did the same
     
  24. 941Gator

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    will never get my tourist dollars. fuck that country.
     
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  25. chet fire

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    Man that is a lot of work to disfigure someone who's already dead.

    And your camera is upside down, dumb ass.
     
  26. Goose

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    My dad asked me if I wanted to go to Mexico this summer for vacation.

    My response: :yaoface:
     
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  27. Pelican

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  28. 34

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  29. Barves2125

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    Hey Farva , let's make this the Official Drug Cartel thread.

    Older story but
    Cliffs:
    -leader of Juarez cartel has plastic surgeons perform reconstructive surgery on his face to change it
    -dies* during surgery
    -surgeons bodies are found (with signs of torture) in cement filled barrels
    *allegedly. Many believe this was part of the cover-up and he is still living today, completely unrecognized.

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    http://tech.mit.edu/V117/N57/mexico.57w.html
     
  30. JGator1

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    saw this on another website, Gulf cartel beheads 5 Zetas, siap
    Mexican beheadings: Gulf drug cartel members decapitate rival Zetas during HORRIFIC 3 minute video
    "You find yourselves here because you came to f--- us," the video’s unidentified narrator says when the Zeta members finish speaking. “Pay attention, men.”


    FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 2012, 2:29 PM


    Masked members of the Gulf cartel behead hostages from the Zetas cartel in a newly released online video.

    New, horrific footage shows members of a Mexican drug cartel beheading hostages from a rival gang, marking the latest act of violence in the growing war over drug-smuggling territories in Mexico.

    The 3-minute clip, which was posted on Mundonarco.com Wednesday, shows five shirtless members of the Zetas cartel, marked by black Zs on their chests, kneeling in front of four masked members of the Gulf cartel.

    The masked men hold machetes as each Zeta member gives his name.

    Each hostage says he was sent by “Z-40,” referring to the Zeta cartel’s second-in-command, Miguel Angel Treviño Morales, who is known as “40.”


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    Miguel Angel Trevino Morales is Los Zetas’s second-in-command.

    “40” and his two brothers are wanted in Texas for allegedly laundering millions of dollars in drug money through a horse racing company, the Houston Chronicle reports.

    The U.S. has offered a $5 million reward for any information leading to Morales’s capture.


    "You find yourselves here because you came to f--- us," the video’s unidentified narrator says when the Zeta members finish speaking. “Pay attention, men.”

    Three members of the Gulf cartel then begin to slowly hack off the heads of the Zetas with their machetes.

    “This is how all your filthy people are going to end," the narrator says as the prisoners plead for their lives.


    The video ends a minute later when the masked men hold up three of the severed heads. The two other Zeta hostages are not shown.

    “Very good, very good,”the narrator adds.

    The grainy clip was shot in Rio Bravo, Mexico, according to Mundunarco.com. Rio Bravo is located about six miles from the U.S. border, just south of McAllen, Texas.


    It is unclear when the video was shot.

    The Zetas cartel, which once worked as the Gulf cartel’s security force, was founded when the two groups split in 2010, according to ABC News.


    Over 30 Zetas members were arrested in June for various offences, including murder, kidnapping and other crimes.

    Violence in both Tamaulipus, the Mexican state where the Gulf cartel operates, and its neighboring state Nuevo Leon, exploded at the time, with over 2,000 deaths in just a year.

    Several mass graves in the area have since been discovered. Reports of kidnappings, hangings, beheadings, and other forms of torture are commonplace.


    The brutal murders have taken on a chilling new form as the warring cartels have begun to taunt one another with online videos.

    Los Zetas released a video in January that showed the hanging of two Gulf cartel members.

    A video released in May showed alleged members of the Zetas cartel dumping 49 decapitated bodies of migrant workers on a highway.

    Over 55,000 people have died due to drug-related violence in Mexico since 2006.

    video is in link

    http://www.narcopress.com/2012/06/video-interrogatorio-y-decapitacion.html
     
  31. TylerFlip

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    Damn, how the fuck does shit like this still go on. And i would at least try and fight if i knew i was gonna die anyways
     
  32. CraigAnne Conway

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    I approve. Good idea, bud
     
  33. steamengine

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    We send them money
    They send us drugs
    We send them guns
    They kill each other
    ...
    Profit
    Die
    Repeat
     
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  35. skiedfrillet

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    yeah that shit was terrible. it's nice that the spetsnaz caught up with that group a few weeks later and tortured the shit out of every last one of the rebels though. i find solace in that
     
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  36. El_Pato

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    Guy was killed right outside the club I was at on Saturday night in Juarez.
     
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    currently walking all over mexico city this past week, not a single problem yet as usual
     
  38. DannyO'brienIsOurSatan

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    Why were you there?

    Isn't that known as an infamously god awful city.
     
  39. A Black person

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    Shouldn't this shit be on the deep web? My shallow webbin ass doesn't want to see any of this.
     
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  40. BB3

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    drinking in juarez is one of the best fucking times in the world. growing up in el paso we started drinking over the border at ~15yo. it was $10 drink & drown at a couple of the bars next to the border. deeper in the heart of juarez some of the women were :golfclap:

    i finally stopped going when all the chaos started.

    El_Pato is loco man.
     
  41. El_Pato

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    It was the first time I had been in about 6 months, but it was my friend's birthday and most of her family is underage so that's where it was decided.

    The street tacos are still fucking awesome though.
     
  42. BB3

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    Mmmm...Tripitas and bacon wrapped hot dogs.
     
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    Mexico: Purported Gulf drug cartel leader caught

    By ADRIANA GOMEZ LICON and OLGA R. RODRIGUEZ | Associated Press – 55 mins ago








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    MEXICO CITY (AP) — A man believed to be the leader of the Gulf drug cartel, which controls some of the most valuable and violently contested smuggling routes along the U.S. border, was arrested by Mexican marines and presented to the public Thursday morning.
    The capture of Jorge Eduardo Costilla Sanchez is a major victory in the military battle against drug trafficking, but it could open a power vacuum and intensify a struggle south of the Texas border in northeast Mexico, a region that has seen some of the most horrific violence in the country's six-year war among law-enforcement and rival gangs.
    Adm. Jose Luis Vergara, a navy spokesman, said the burly, mustachioed man detained Wednesday evening in the Gulf port of Tampico was the capo known as "El Coss." One of Mexico's most-wanted men, the 41-year-old is charged in the U.S. with drug-trafficking and threatening U.S. law enforcement officials. U.S. authorities offered $5 million for information leading to his arrest.
    Clad in a blue plaid shirt and bulletproof vest, the suspect was presented along with 10 bodyguards, five with bruised faces and clad in camouflage military fatigues similar to those of the marines who held them captive. The navy also showed dozens of assault weapons, some pistols that appeared gilded and studded with jewels, and several expensive-looking watches seized in the operation.
    "This is a very, very important arrest," said Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera, chair of the Department of Government at the University of Texas, Brownsville, and an expert on politics and crime in the Gulf Cartel's territory in the state of Tamaulipas.
    She said the Gulf Cartel was a vertically structured organization dependent on its top leaders, several of whom have been arrested in recent months. Now, she said, she expects a surge in violence between the two remaining dominant cartels in Mexico — the Pacific Coast-based Sinaloa Cartel run by Mexico's most-wanted man, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, and the brutal paramilitary Zetas, the former enforcement arm of the Gulf Cartel.
    "It consolidates this new configuration of organized crime in Mexico," Correa-Cabrera said. "This disintegration of the Gulf Cartel will be impacting in a very serious way the levels of violence in Tamaulipas and probably in the whole country."
    Vergara said five of Costilla's guards had been arrested Wednesday morning in Rio Bravo, Tamaulipas. Five fled when marines tried to arrest them in Tampico, and the chase led authorities to Coss's hideout, he said.
    Costilla shook his head when asked if he had anything to say about the charges against him and when asked if he had a lawyer.
    The Matamoros-based Gulf Cartel was once one of Mexico's strongest. While it was badly weakened in recent years by battles with other gangsters and by law-enforcement operations, it smuggled and distributed tons of cocaine, methamphetamine, heroin and marijuana into the United States under the leadership of the Cardenas Guillen family, three brothers who took over from one another as their siblings were captured or killed.
    Costilla was born in Matamoros, across the border from Brownsville, Texas. He worked for several years as a local police officer before allegedly joining the Gulf Cartel in the 1990s and becoming a lieutenant for then-leader Osiel Cardenas Guillen.
    After Cardenas Guillen was arrested in 2003 and imprisoned in the U.S., officials say Costilla joined the capo's brother Ezequiel in running the cartel. The tumult at the top prompted the powerful Sinaloa cartel to move in from its base along the Pacific Coast and launch a war for control of Nuevo Laredo, the busiest cargo crossing between the United States and Mexico
    The Gulf won the fight, backed by a gang of assassins recruited from the Mexican military special forces. Emboldened by their success in holding Nuevo Laredo, the enforcers known as the Zetas began asserting their independence and split from the Gulf Cartel in 2010 after the slaying of a Zeta member in the city of Reynosa, across from McAllen, Texas, that Costilla is believed to have ordered.
    The resulting fighting between the former allies transformed northeastern Mexico, an area home to cattle ranches, sorghum fields and the industrial city of Monterrey into a sort of war zone rocked by daily shootouts and gruesome violence that included decapitations and corpses hung from bridges.
    "Jorge Eduardo Costilla Sanchez headed the Gulf Cartel, considered the second most-powerful criminal organization in the country," Vergara said. "Secretively, El Coss overcame internal divisions and directed violent confrontations in Tamaulipas and Nuevo Leon with his former allies, the Zetas."
    Ezequiel Cardenas was the cartel's figurehead until he was killed in November 2010 in a shootout with Mexican marines in Matamoros. Authorities believe Costilla controlled the cartel's daily drug trafficking activities but kept a low profile. Only two photographs of him were ever made public.
    HIs removal from the scene could serve as an opening for Sinaloa or the Zetas, who have become the nation's dominant cartels, to move in on smuggling routes that have been believed to include the border cities of Reynosa and Matamoros, and the Gulf port of Tampico.
    El Coss's capture would be a significant victory for the marines, who were embarrassed in June after announcing they had nabbed the son of Mexico's top fugitive drug lord.
    It turned out the man wasn't the son of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, but rather Felix Beltran Leon, 23, a stocky, baby-faced suspect whose family said he was the father of a toddler and worked with his mother-in-law at a used car dealership. He remains in custody, authorities say, because guns and money were found when he was arrested.
    The announcement of Costilla's arrest comes just more than a week after the navy said it had detained another brother of Osiel Cardenas Guillen, Mario, in the Gulf Coast city of Altamira.
    The navy said in announcing that arrest that the cartel had apparently divided into two wings after Ezequiel Cardenas' death.
    Arrests of high-ranking cartel leaders often lead to detentions of others, some because officials find intelligence with the suspects, others because detainees swiftly turn against their former comrades and provide information that leads to their arrest.
    In November 1999, a Drug Enforcement Administration agent and an FBI agent, both assigned to the U.S. consulate in Monterrey, had been followed by a car through Matamoros until a truck cut them off.
    They were quickly surrounded by about a dozen heavily armed men, allegedly including Costilla and Osiel Cardenas Guillen, who threatened to kill them. The agents eventually persuaded the gunmen to let them go.
    Costilla was also linked to the August 2004 beating death of Matamoros newspaper columnist Francisco Arratia Saldierna, who reported on drug trafficking and organized crime.
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    Correspondent Michael Weissenstein in Mexico City contributed to this report.
     
  47. JGator1

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    Mexico: Rapist Mutilated and Crucified by Drug Traffickers

    Vigilantes believed to be with Knights Templar cartel snatch accused rapist from police and crucify him as warning


    Drug cartels have appointed themselves as violent moral law enforcers in Mexico after a suspected rapist was snatched from police custody, maimed and crucified naked a crossroads.

    Eladio Martinez Cruz, 24, had been taken into police custody after he was accused of rape. Police were transporting him to the station when armed men in two vehicles blocked the police car and took the suspect away.
    An anonymous call the following day directed police to a road junction in Contepec in southwestern Mexico.
    They found the victim hanging naked from a traffic sign. His arms had been tied to a wooden pole and his penis cut off and stuffed in his mouth.
    A cardboard sign was reportedly fixed to his chest with two ice picks.
    The sign read: "This happened to me for being a rapist and it is going to happen to all the scandalmongers, traitors... Be aware that this is not a game."

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    According to local analysts, the drug cartel of the Knights Templar could be responsible for the savage execution.
    The gruesome find could signal a worrying new development in the bloody drugs wars rocking Mexico of vigilantism. The recently formed Knights Templar have set themselves up as "Robin Hood"-style fighters, enforcing laws on one hand and breaking them on the other, say crime experts.
    The area where the crucified body was found is at the centre of a bloody turf war between the Knights Templar and the rival Michoacan family cartel.
    In the neighbouring state of Guerrero the bullet-riddled bodies of 16 men, said to be Knights Templar members, were found in an abandoned van.

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