Border Violence: The Most Wanted CJNG Sicarios in Baja California
Original Article at ZETA
During the last two years, state authorities denied the presence of the CJNG in Tijuana, however their presence was detected by police forces when they became victims of armed attacks.
CJNG started with the control of the area of Sanchez Taboada, and they extended their presence by taking control of La Presa, El Florido, Cañadas, Terrazas, Villas del Campo and the entrance to Tecate. Today, 8 of the 10 most wanted for murder, are CJNG recruits.
The names of minor criminals, drug dealers and thief’s are being summed up to the list of investigations for murder in Tijuana, their numbers continue to rise, and they don’t do anything but to fatten the list of the Most Wanted, which was created by the Coordination Group of Baja California, and shows the lack of coordination between the Government of Peña Nieto and the Coordination Group of Baja California.
The wallet of criminals who are presumably involved in murders identify by the Coordination Group, according to declarations from the Secretary of Public Security of Baja California, Daniel de la Rosa Anaya, in 2014 there were 64 names. In November 18, of 2016, De la Rosa informed that they are concentrating their efforts on those 10 that head the list. . .