Did CJNG Make a Pact with La Línea to Eliminate the Sinaloa Cartel?

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 As reported in Infobae and El Heraldo de Chuhuahua

The battle has been seen in the murders where people were beheaded and in a homicide where they set fire to a procedural agent.

The violent CJNG has allegedly formed a kind of alliance with the Juarez Cartel
to control the northern part of the state

The Cartel de Jalisco Nueva Generación (CJNG), in recent weeks, has shown their presence in the state of Chihuahua, specifically Ciudad Juárez. The violent criminal organization has allegedly formed a kind of alliance with the Juarez Cartel to control the northern part of the state.

The Sate Attorney General’s Office (FGE), the Federal Attorney General’s Office (FGR), and the State Public Security Secretariat (SSPE) were the agencies alerted to the appearance of the cartel. The evidence had already been seen in the levels of insecurity of the region; indicators that, according to El Heraldo de Chihuahua, have had a considerable increase of violent crime.

For a few days, the FGE confirmed the increase of criminal activities and
the appearance of members of the cell belonging to the Juarez Cartel called La Empresa.

According to the newspaper, through confidential informants that had reported in the past few days, criminal intelligence from the FGR identified a meeting that members of the CJNG had with various members of La Línea. In the meeting, they agreed to fight for the plaza of Ciudad Juarez to eliminate the Sinaloa Cartel. The evidence is seen in the recent armed confrontations and the registered homicides in the region.

The call to clean up by the two organized criminal cartels have begun, and that they have taken action from Ciudad Juárez to the state capital that has resulted in murders where people have been beheaded, to include a homicide where they set fire to a procedural agent. There have been other events that would be attributed to the alleged alliance.

According to information from the Mexican security cabinet,
the CJNG is currently present in at least 28 states.

Investigations by the security institutions indicate that the CJNG works in different ways in comparison to the criminal organizations in Chihuahua. For example, they do not use steal cars and their method of killing their rivals is a lot more violent. The recent wave of violence is like those recorded from 2008 to 2010, announced El Heraldo, when the Ciudad Juarez recorded one of the highest levels of insecurity in the world.

For a few days, the FGE has confirmed the increase of criminal activities and was able to identify the appearance of members of the cell belonging to the Juárez Cartel called La Empresa. They are trying to control the plaza in the city of Chihuahua, which has caused the death of “dozens” of people.

In 2019, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) released information about about the arrival of CJNG in the state of Chihuahua along with 27 other states of Mexico.

The 2019 National Drug Threat Assessment, conducted and released by the DEA, noted that “the rapid expansion of their drug trafficking activities is characterized by their willingness to participate in violent confrontations with the Mexican government, security forces and rival cartels,” reported El Heraldo.

The death of the drug trafficker in July 2010 turned the self-styled criminal organization Los Matazetas into allies of Michoacan drug traffickers: thus, one of the largest and most violent groups in all of Mexico was born, the CJNG.

It is considered by the DEA, today, as one of the three most dangerous criminal organizations in the world.

Data from the then Attorney General’s Office (now the Attorney General’s Office), consulted by La Jornada, reveal that Nacho Coronel, who was part of the Sinaloa Cartel, intended to separate from his partners Ismael El Mayo Zambada García and Joaquín El Chapo Guzman.

Therefore, he created a group of sicarios under his command. However, he did not achieve his objective and, during an operation carried out by the Mexican Army, he was killed on July 29, 2010 in Zapopan, Jalisco.

This alliance was strengthened with the marriage of Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes,
better known as “El Mencho”, and Rosalinda González Valencia.

With Los Matazetas joined Abigail González Valencia, a relative of Luis Valencia and at that time leader of the Milenio Cartel, a criminal organization with a presence in Tamaulipas, Guerrero, and Michoacán. This alliance was strengthened with the marriage of Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes, better known as El Mencho, and Rosalinda González Valencia.

According to various national security officials, an alliance was also formed that gave way to a criminal structure that operates as an enterprise: while his brothers-in-laws are in charge of money laundering, finances, and relations with criminal organizations that operate in Asia, South America, Europe, and the United States, El Mencho directs the operational part and, therefore, the most violent.

Source: Infobae, El Heraldo

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