Filed Under:  Cartels, Los Zetas, Veracruz

Narco-Banners: Zetas Not Divided

August 6th 2012   ·   0 Comments

Banners placed in the Mexican states of Veracruz, Coahuila, and Tamaulipas on Sunday stated that there is no division among the Zetas, contrary to recent rumors. The banners were placed in multiple cities in public areas. Most were taken down within hours.

In Tamaulipas the banners appeared in Victoria, Reynosa, and Nuevo Laredo.

Rumors have spread in recent months that the Zetas are divided among the top leaders and have began fighting among themselves. The alleged root of the problem is between the top two members in Heriberto Lazcano and Miguel “Z-40” Trevino.

Original text in Espanol

“LOS ZETAS NO SE DIVIDEN”. Se unen más que nunca en contra de los informantes Pitarrones. Eso de la división ES CAMPAÑA BARATA de los informantes.

ATTE: Unidad Zeta
Mas Unidos Que Nunca
“Sufragio Efectivo no Reelección” B9223601.

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“The Zetas are not divided.” They join together more than ever against Pitarrones informants. The division CAMPAIGN IS FROM CHEAP informants.

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