Video: CJNG kills the chief of the Pájaros Sierra, an elite group that betrayed Mencho

CJNG kills Palillo, leader of the Pájaros Sierra, during a confrontation in Mazamitla, Mexico – Photo: Screenshots taken from the video by @DeIntelligencia / Courtesy

There is a Inside war at Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG), in addition to the dispute with the Cartelos Unidos is now also expelling from its ranks several leaders of the criminal organization. This is the case of Pájaros Sierra, his elite group, involved in the San Jose de Gracia massacre, Michoacan, where they shot 17 people during a funeral. Now circulate a video on social networks, about an alleged confrontation between the CJNG and its ex-hitmen, which left seven dead. By the way, in the message that accompanies the recording, he says that those from Jalisco murdered aka Toothpickone of the chiefs of the Pájaros Sierra.

The first versions indicate that the shooting between the CJNG and the Pájaros Sierra occurred in the community of Mazamitla, a town located in the state of Jalisco, on the border with Michoacán. the area where the Mencho He sent his gunmen to fight the United Cartels, who are also fighting the Michoacán plaza.

It should be noted that the United Cartels also leaked a video, in which they threaten to kill all the leaders of the Pájaros Sierra, after the massacre in San José de Gracia, recorded on February 27. This massacre was revenge against a gunman who betrayed the leader of the CJNG, Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes, alias el Mencho.

The fight in Colima

In addition to the internal lawsuit in Michoacán, there is another internal lawsuit in the Jalisco Nueva Generación Cartel, but this one in the state of Colima. There, the CJNG broke with its armed wing of the Mezcales, because they became allies of the Sinaloa Cartel (CDS). In addition to the leader of the Mezcals, wrote a letter, in which he assures that Mencho is dead; and he declares war on the capo’s daughter and son-in-law, who supposedly assumed the leadership of the Jalisco Cartel, in the Colima square.

Given the violence recorded by the constant clashes between the drug cartels the Mexican government deployed hundreds of soldiers, with helicopter gunships to Colima and Michoacán to try to regain control and combat the drug traffickers.