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Is Piedras the Next Juarez?

Is Piedras the Next Juarez?

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Published by A.J. MacDonald, Jr.
"The Zetas Cartel have enjoyed a comfortable presense and control of the state of Coahuila since they split from the Golfo Cartel in 2010.  Golfos, also known as CDG, can take "credit" for the creation of the violent Zetas as they recruited the group as an enforcer wing of CDG together the two groups called themselves "La Compañía"...
"The Zetas Cartel have enjoyed a comfortable presense and control of the state of Coahuila since they split from the Golfo Cartel in 2010.  Golfos, also known as CDG, can take "credit" for the creation of the violent Zetas as they recruited the group as an enforcer wing of CDG together the two groups called themselves "La Compañía"...

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Published by: A.J. MacDonald, Jr. on Jan 28, 2013
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Is Piedras the Next Juarez?
Saturday, November 24, 2012 | Borderland Beat Reporter Chivishttp://www.borderlandbeat.com/
Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat 
 
Piedr as Negras; Four bodies were discovered in a taxi, while the other twodied in a second incident and found in a house in the Colonia Acoros. Santos Vasquez Estrada the delegate of the Attorney General of Nor thernCoahuila reported that at 4:30 am the Taxi was located on the old road toZaragoza, about a mile from the urban are. Onboard were 4 males and 2females with gun shots.
 
 The Zetas Cartel have enjoyed a comfortable presense and control of thestate of Coahuila since they split from the Golfo Cartel in 2010. Golfos,also known as CDG, can take "credit" for the creation of the violent Zetasas they recruited the group as an enforcer wing of CDG together the twogroups called themselves "La Compañía".Until the split, La Compañía controlled the state of Coahuila. After the splitZetas gained control of the majority of the state. Seemingly, with collusionfrom Saltillo, the media and municipalities.It is surreal to live in a Coahuila city where everyone knows who the Zs are,where they live, where safe houses are, easy to spot halcones, and justabout anyone can take a visitor to places such as staging lots filled withstolen boats, and vehicles of all types, mostly with Texas license plates.But, few speak of it, paralyzed by fear. That is changing, slowly but steadilypeople are beginning to speak of it with friends. But the openess of narcoactivity exists and has changed little.It seems the new governor does not want to be completely married to theZs, or perhaps wants an open marriage of sorts. and that sparked thestruggle that was inevitable when a party refuses to play ball within Zetasrules.Ruben Moriera, is the current governor, Ruben is the brother of HumbertoMoreira, former governor who resigned to make a successful run for thechairmanship of the PRI party. Only to resign in disgrace whenimproprieties were made public of missing Coahuila fundsMuch is spoken about Humberto's governorship and agreements he madewith the Zetas. Violence was abound but few spoke about the many“disappeared” or dead, including the Coahuila press of which the Moreira’shave a large investment in newspaper and radio outlets. Zetas have thelast say of what narco news regional newspapers run. For the killingsreported, many times more go unreported. The fact of the matter is thatCoahuila has never maintained an official count of drug deaths or disappearances.Because of the lack of media coverage and official counts, estimation is themethod used to tally deaths and kidnappings. The government of Mexicohas concluded that Coahuila may have the most "missing" persons, areasonable person would insist surely it is one of the top 3 or 4 states thathave high numbers of kidnapped persons never to be seen again. If onelooks at the Coahuila map it reflects a large land mass, but it has a small

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