Guerrero fight over 17 groups, are a thousand and 300 deaths

Guerrero fight over 17 groups, are a thousand and 300 deaths

Zihuatanejo : Mexico | Sep 26, 2011 at 9:46 AM PDT
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The Command of the Devil, The Avenger of the People Liberation Army of the People, The Sweeper, Black Command, are responsible

In the two most recent years, there have been 17 groups of thugs who have sown terror in Guerrero.

Officials of the Mexican Armed Forces have found that these "minicárteles" are products of the fragmentation of the five major cartels have fought the entity.

Groups like The Devil's Command, The Avenger People's Liberation Army of the People, The Sweeper, Black Command, Los Pelones, Lucifer del Monte, Los Temerarios, The Badger and the peaceful village some of the Kingdom are responsible for more than a thousand 323 murders in 2011.

Among other consequences, is closing about 50 schools because of the extortion.

Guerrero fight for 17 groups of assassins

Five major criminal organizations compete for the state of Guerrero, after the arrests of cartel leaders has led to fragmentation of the criminal groups, which in turn has given rise over the past two years the emergence of 17 cells of assassins who have unleashed a spiral of violence in the state, officials said the Armed Forces.

According to the officials consulted, the Pacific cartel, led by Joaquín El Chapo Guzman, the alliance between the Beltran Leyva and Los Zetas (South Pacific), and The Knights Templar and the Gulf Cartel (Cartel forming States), have a dispute has caused more than 323 thousand murders in Guerrero territory so far this year.

For the Armed Forces, the fragmentation of criminal groups has generated a high rate of violence, because to be disclosed as evidence often leave the killing of members of rival groups, ie, to make their presence felt.

The violent groups that have emerged so far of this administration in the state of Guerrero are the Devil's Command, The Avenger of the People, People's Liberation Army, the sweeper, the Independent Cartel Acapulco, the new poster of the Sierra, the Black Command, Los Pelones, Lucifer del Monte, Los Temerarios, the New Partnership for Guerrero, The Badger, The Calentana, The Reds, the peaceful village States, the Company and The Resistance.

According to officials at the Navy Department, the wave of violence in Guerrero explained after cell mobility criminals to take over territories.

The first wave of violence in that state is manifested by the fight between the cartel's territory in the Pacific and the Beltran Leyva, since the organization of El Chapo Guzman, who had maintained a historical presence in that state, was affected after break with its executive arm, led by Arturo Beltran Leyva criminal organization which started the dispute over the territory.

After this break, the Beltran Leyva was given the task of trying to control the transfer of drug routes Guerrero ground, and therefore named as his deputies and heads of assassins to Edgar Valdes and Sergio Villareal Barbie Villarreal Barragan El Grande.

However, the executive arm of the Beltran Leyva organization broke alliances after the death of Arturo Beltran Leyva El Barbas, who was replaced by his brother Hector, El H, who then began an unprecedented war against Barbie.

The fragmentation of groups in that state worsened after the arrest of Edgar Valdes Villarreal Sergio Villarreal Barragán, criminals whose cells have spread throughout Guerrero to maintain hegemony.

In the Pacific routes

For organized crime groups, Guerrero and its municipalities represent a strategic location for control of drug routes and traffic of illicit activities in the Mexican Pacific.

The struggle between criminal organizations has meant that federal authorities consider the state as the third in violence in Mexico.

Petatlán is one of the municipalities has been most intense dispute between drug gangs operating in Guerrero.

Towns such as La Calera, Santa Rosa, Arroyo Seco, El Venado, Key, and Arcelia Potrerillo presumably are controlled by the Pacific cartel. The most difficult areas are Chilpancingo and Acapulco, upstate and Tierra Caliente and Costa Grande.

The roads to Zihuatanejo, and Teloloapan Petatlán are also trouble spots, according to the military.

Murder and extortion

Derived from this dispute, in addition to the murder, the crime rate high impact tort has created a state of psychosis in the population, which to date reports the closing of at least 50 schools have committed extortion crime organized against teachers, parents and students of schools at primary, secondary and higher education, who would require from 500 to 50 thousand pesos.

To date, other professionals have also been kidnapped and extorted, in the case of doctors in the state of both the IMSS and the state Health Department, who would ask a thousand to ten thousand dollars.

According to statistics of the Executive Secretariat of the National System of Public Security of the crimes that have been reported by the Attorney General of Guerrero, on charges of extortion had been registered 53 complaints and two thousand nine murders, according to statistics for the last year .

Guerrero authorities have also reported, according to its statistical reports, which in May 2011 there had been 867 thousand homicides in general in the state, and a total of 47 complaints for the crime of extortion.

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Members of the Mexican Navy escort an alleged member of the Beltran Leyva's drug cartel
Members of the Mexican Navy escort an alleged member of the Beltran Leyva's drug cartel
Abdel Fattah Hussein is based in Cairo, Kairo, Egypt, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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