Saturday, April 13, 2013

Narcomantas From CDG to Los Zetas Line Nuevo Leon Streets


A series of "narcobanners" was displayed yesterday morning in various points throughout Monterrey, where supposedly the "Gulf Cartel threatened Los Zetas."
Also, unofficially, it was mentioned that a person was caught red handed while spreading one of the blankets. An unofficial state government source said there were at least six blankets hung on various pedestrian bridges on the avenues Garza Sada, Rómulo Garza and Miguel Aleman. They were entitled them "Nuevo Leon is CDG Territory."
A photo posted on social networks showed the text that said: "We do not want kidnappers extortionists thieves, murderers of innocent people. All equals Zetas ".

The message indicates that the problem is solely between the cartels and not the government or the people.The blanket says CDG is looking for tranquility in the state and  they will finish up with rivals.

The state government did not provide information, in accordance with its new policy of preventing the spread of cartel activity.The report placing several blankets in different parts of the metropolitan area, mobilized police forces in the municipalities of San Nicolas, Guadalupe, and South of the city of Monterrey, where uniformed Civil Force and elements from the State Investigation Agency arrested a man, when he was caught red-handed trying to place a blanket over the footbridge of Eugenio Garza Sada Boulevard and Acapulco.

The man, aged 20 to 25 years, with another accomplice, was pursued but eventually fled.  Dozens of police officers mobilized and immediately withdrew place.The rest  were located Miguel Aleman Avenue and Romulo Garza, Ruiz Cortines, and Los Américas, as well as Eugenio Garza Sada and Alfonso Reyes.