With narcomanta and flower arrangement, CJNG claims responsibility for murder of policewoman in Tijuana

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Police cordon off the area where a person was murdered, on January 25, 2021 in Tijuana, Baja California (Mexico). EFE/Joebeth Terriquez

The parking lot of a shopping plaza Tijuana was “adorned” by a funeral wreath and a narcomanta allegedly signed by the Jalisco Nueva Generación Cartel (CJNG); In it they not only attributed the murder of a police In the city, they also issued a threat against a high command for allegedly colluding with a rival criminal group.

Information collected by a journalist from North Point refers that the narcomanta was left in the Rio Squarelocated a few meters from the border with the United States, where elements of the National Guard and the Mexican Army to protect the parking lot where they left the message.

However, the reporter managed to capture that part of the message included a threat against a command of the State Citizen Security Force (FESC), who was told to receive 100 thousand dollars to deliver to the Secretary of State Security, Leopoldo Tizoc Aguilar Durán.

It is worth remembering that a few weeks ago three other narcomantas to threaten the commander of the FESC, who took office on August 24.

“Pepillo, your chair was too big for you (...) We are going to look for you through the sky, sea and land and you will be injured from loss,” reads one of the messages signed by the Mr. Mencho.

Two days after the narcomantas in the streets of Tijuana, the home of Commander José Heriberto González was shot by heavily armed individuals allegedly members of The Erresan armed wing commanding the CJNG on the border of Baja California.

TIJUANA BAJA CALIFORNIA, OCTOBER 13, 2023.- Mario MartĂ­nez, current director of Public Security in the municipality of San QuintĂ­n and former director of the Municipal Police, was murdered. PHOTO: OMAR MARTĂŤNEZ / CUARTOSCURO.COM
TIJUANA BAJA CALIFORNIA, OCTOBER 13, 2023.- Mario MartĂ­nez, current director of Public Security in the municipality of San QuintĂ­n and former director of the Municipal Police, was murdered. PHOTO: OMAR MARTĂŤNEZ / CUARTOSCURO.COM

The other part of the message in narcomanta has to do with the events that occurred this Thursday morning, where armed civilians murdered Dalia SuzethFESC agent in front of the door of his house and in the company of his daughter.

The attack was recorded on video by a security camera. security; In it you can see the criminals arriving in a gold-colored car and attacking the police. Tijuana when he had just gotten into his vehicle; Her daughter was in the back of her because she was going to drop her off at school.

The murder of the police became the second attack against uniformed officers in a week, remembering that last Friday they murdered the director of the San Quintin Municipal PoliceMario MartĂ­nez.

For this crime there are two lines of investigation that are being followed; Although the authorities did not want to give details about it, it is known that in one of them they could be related state and municipal police.


“There is your agent in passing of (...) We are going to find you,” the message read in alleged allusion to the “pepito” commander.

Regarding the alleged collusion with the organized crimethe Secretary of Security of Baja California He did not give an opinion, but he did do so regarding the possible “disagreement” of some police due to changes of command within the corporation.

“We have just changed all the operational controls of Tijuana"It has been more than a month since all the operational commands changed and one of the hypotheses that we have and are carrying out the line of investigation is that it is possibly a disagreement due to those movements," he indicated. Leopoldo Tizoc Aguilar.

To date there are already 14 police officers murdered in Baja Californiasome of them targeted and threatened by criminals for allegedly colluding with groups dedicated to extortion, drug traffic and floor charges.

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