Mil News 21 Killed in Mexican gun battle between Drug Cartel and Police

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Gun Battle in Mexico kills 21...



A damaged pickup truck marked with the initials C.D.N., that in Spanish stand for Cartel of the Northeast, sits on the street after a gun battle between Mexican security forces and suspected cartel gunmen in Villa Union, Mexico.(Associated Press)



The aftermath of an hour-long gun battle in Villa Union on Nov. 30, 2019, is seen in a photo released by Coahuila state Gov. Miguel Angel Riquelme.

MEXICO CITY — Mexican security forces on Sunday killed seven more members of a presumed cartel assault force that rolled into a town near the Texas border and staged an hour-long attack, officials said, bringing the death toll to at least 21. The Coahuila state government said in a statement that lawmen were still chasing remnants of the force that arrived in a convoy of trucks and attacked the city hall of Villa Union on Saturday. Gov. Miguel Angel Riquelme said at least 14 people had died by that afternoon, four of them police officers. He also said then that several municipal workers were missing. It wasn’t clear if they had since been located. The new statement did not give a new death total, but said seven more attackers were killed on Sunday in addition to 10 who reportedly died the day before. The governor said the armed group stormed the town of 3,000 residents in a convoy of trucks, attacking local government offices and prompting state and federal forces to intervene. Bullet-riddled trucks left abandoned in the streets were marked C.D.N. — Spanish initials of the Cartel of the Northeast gang.

full story.....https://www.latimes.com/world-nation/story/2019-12-01/mexico-cartel-attack-u-s-border
 
Yeah, if Mexico is a failed, Cartel run state; their problem but these issues don’t need to spread accross the border more than it already has.
 
It reminds me of when the Colombian guerrillas attacked the towns, that's how the government structures were, or what to tell you about how the police stations or the army stations were, times of barbaric nations ...
 
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Mexican drug cartel Jalisco (CJNG - Cartel New Generation Jalisco) made a video message to the governor of the state and the government of Mexico, showing their special forces, equipped with the latest weaponry.

The basic requirements of drug dealers consist of 2 points:
End the pursuit of the drug cartel leader El Mencho
Do not touch their business and do not interfere with further development

If the government does not fulfill their demands, the armed men promise "dire consequences."
 
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Mexican drug cartel Jalisco (CJNG - Cartel New Generation Jalisco) made a video message to the governor of the state and the government of Mexico, showing their special forces, equipped with the latest weaponry.

The basic requirements of drug dealers consist of 2 points:
End the pursuit of the drug cartel leader El Mencho
Do not touch their business and do not interfere with further development

If the government does not fulfill their demands, the armed men promise "dire consequences."

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Some OSINT suggests it was a false flag by the Mexican Army?
 

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