“Querétaro belongs to Mr. Mencho”: CJNG left narco messages threatening the government

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The tarps were found at different points in Pedro Escobedo and announced the start of a supposed “clean”

Threatening banners signed with the initials of the Jalisco Nueva Generación Cartel ( CJNG ) appeared in different parts of Querétaro on Sunday, November 27. According to data from the authorities, the blankets appeared in various places in Pedro Escobedo .

The drug message claimed that the place belongs to Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes El Mencho, leader of the so-called cartel of the four letters and it was written in black letters, while the initials and the name of an alleged commander were in red.

Through his Twitter account, the Queretaro Police of Pedro Escobedo reported that the messages appeared specifically in the communities of La Lira and La Venta and after the appearance of the canvases, state and municipal police carried out an operation in the vicinity to try to find the people who posted the material.

The uniformed officers implemented an operation in the area for the tranquility of the residents (Photo: Twitter@SSPMQueretaro)The uniformed officers implemented an operation in the area for the tranquility of the residents (Photo: [email protected])

It should be noted that the message referred to the government and to “scourges” whom they accused of being traitors, in addition to being allegedly signed by the criminal group.

As a result, the Queretaro Police of Pedro Escobedo announced that information for the investigation was found through recordings and reported that there was a presence of uniformed officers in the place.

“CJNG. The cleansing of treacherous government and scourges begins, Querétaro belongs to Mr. Mencho. Atte Cmte Castro”, said one of the messages found. Preliminary reports indicated that a total of four messages were found.

It should be remembered that on November 15 there was a strong police deployment that put the residents of Santiago de Querétaro on alert. The events occurred in the Ciudad del Sol neighborhood, in that place elements of the Criminal Investigation Agency (AIC) of the Guanajuato Prosecutor’s Office who were chasing a person who was with a companion.

The result of these actions culminated in the death of a person. First reports indicated that the individual who had lost his life would have been a man with the alias Zermeñoan alleged member of the CJNG.

Days later, the identity of the victim named Emmanuel “N”, alias El Zermeño, was confirmed during the morning conference of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), the undersecretary of public security of the Secretariat for Citizen Security and Protection (SSPC), Ricardo Mejía Berdeja, announced the death.

"El Zermeño" resisted arrest and attacked members of the prosecutor's office (Photo: Government of Mexico)“El Zermeño” resisted arrest and attacked members of the prosecutor’s office (Photo: Government of Mexico)

It should also be noted that, according to the authorities, he was a member of the Santa Rosa de Lima Cartel, a group led by El Marro, however, later he would have passed to the cartel led by El Mencho.

(El Zermeño) “was part of the criminal organization Santa Rosa de Lima Cartel, whose head is José Antonio ‘N’, alias ‘El Marro’, and after having generated a break with this criminal organization he would have joined the Jalisco Nueva Cartel Generation, provoking various acts of violence and homicides, ”said Mejía Berdeja.

Also at the end of October elements of the National Guard found liquid methamphetamine at the Querétaro airport that was destined for the United States.

The bucket contained liquid methamphetamine and was destined for the United States (Photo: National Guard)

The bucket contained liquid methamphetamine and was destined for the United States (Photo: National Guard)

The agents entered a courier and parcel company in the company of canine specimens in order to review packages and thereby avoid the transfer of narcotics and firearms.

Inside an orange plastic bucket they found the illicit substance that was seized by the uniformed officers and made available to the Attorney General’s Office (FGR). The exact weight of the seized illicit material was not disclosed, so it is not known how many doses the seizure is equivalent to.

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