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Amid curfew in Tierra Caliente, members of the CJNG launched new threats against Los Viagras.
The video adds to a series of warnings from the Jalisco New Generation Cartel for appropriating Guerrero and showes the fierce struggle it has with the Viagra hitmen .
In Tierra Caliente, Guerrero, alleged members of the criminal group of Nemesio Oseguera, “El Mencho”, wrapped in long and hooded weapons, warn of a war against Los Viagra and the people of “El Pez” and “La Fresa”, identified as members of the Familia Michoacana.
“We are people from the Jalisco New Generation Cartel, we go through all the fucking Viagras and the people who cooperate with them and send information and the New Michoacan Family, too. We go for “El Capi”, “El Chemo”, Homer and all the hot spots of Tierra Caliente. To you, lonely companion, thank you for the support you gave us. People from Pentatlan, Zihuatanejo, Barrio Viejo and Troncones, La Unión, Cuckold of the Sierra, Temo, Russian, Gabacho, all against the whore, ” says one of the alleged criminals.
At the end of the video clip, the hitmen can be seen firing their weapons in the air and laughing: “It was worth seeing …” says one of the people who are recording.
Over the weekend in Apaxtla, Guerrero , the curfew imposed by self-defense groups was implemented after receiving threats from the Jalisco New Generation Cartel.
Apaxtla lived lowered the yoke of organized crime for years, until in 2016 he took up arms to form his own community police and managed to expel the Michoacan Family. However, the relative calm was thwarted by another criminal group, the Jalisco Cartel Nueva Generación.
Before this, the self-defense groups imposed a curfew. Over the weekend, about 100 community police began the application of the measure at 23:00, despite the discomfort of some residents, the streets remained empty the first days of the curfew that, according to the community It will last six months.
The self-defense groups of the municipality asked the members of the National Guard to organize so that they can lay down their weapons and return to their daily lives: “It would be good if they approached and talked with us,” said a community police officer in an interview with Milenio .