Sunday, November 21, 2010

La Barbie Extradition Update

A federal judge has lifted an apprehension order and is allowing the extradition process to move forward against Edgar Valdez Villarreal, one of the principal leaders in the Beltran Leyva cartel who was captured on 8/30/10.

This is all happening with the full knowledge and support from the PGR and SIEDO. During this process he has be transported to a maximum security facility called El Altiplano. Valdez Villarreal is accused of several crimes he committed during his criminal career; the charges include murder, kidnapping, several weapons violations, and the purchase, transportation and sale of large quantities of cocaine and other illicit substances.

The PGR has recognized La Barbie as an important figure in the world of narcotraffickers. In the U.S., the state of Louisiana has several indictments against him for distributing cocaine. It is likely he will be sent to stand trial there.

Although Mexican law states that the accused should first be tried and sentenced in Mexico, La Barbie could be handed over to U.S. authorities at any time. This has happened before with high profile capos, but at the moment he is still in the hands of Mexican authorities.

The U.S. government has been pressing hard for the extradition of Valdez Villarreal. A federal court in Louisiana had issued an arrest warrant against la Barbie for involvement in the distribution of 5 kilos of cocaine, a charge he was already facing Mexico City.

In conjunction with the higher court decision to release custody of Valdez Villarreal to the U.S., federal agents are seeking to have charges of aggravated kidnapping and cocaine distribution against him dropped in the state of Guerrero.

Source: BDN

13 comments:

  1. HOPEFULLY THIS DOG WILL FACE THE DEATH PENALTY IN AMERICA AS A KINGPIN.
    HE WILL END UP BEING SOMEONES BITCH IN JAIL.
    HIS FAMILY IN LARADO SHOULD BE INVESTAGATED ALSO.
    THIS SILLY FAGGOT WILL LIVE THE REST OF HIS YEARS IN A LIVING HELL!!! GOOD.
    I HOPE THAT THE GUARDS SPIT VOMIT IN HIS FOOD EVERYDAY.

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  2. More than likely he will be assasinated in MX, if not he will do 10 to 20 years in the Federal Prison system which is like the Hilton compared to Mexican Prison. He could get less if he cooperates as a protected witness.

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  3. Life without parole. Lockdown 23 hours a day. Caged like a dog that he is. No women, no family, christmas all alone, no going out anywhere, nothing to look forward to. This dirty punk ass piece of shit deserves everything coming to him. Yea, it sounds like a real cake walk.
    He will never walk this earth as a free man.
    lol. HAHAHAHAH!!!

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  4. I went to school with Edgar Villarreal. Hes a Queer who had a boyfriend named Dario.....
    He will Love life in an American prison.

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  5. He snitched and is continuing to give everything up! It's the only way he will get extradition back to the states and save his own life. Otherwise the Mex Supreme Court would never have signed off on it.

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  6. YEAAAAAH LET HIM GO THE OTHER CARTELS WILL KILL HIM FOR SNITCHING AND TRUST ME THEY WILL DO ALOT WORST.

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  7. extradition now super max prison now dont give him no slack american justice will absolutely wipe the smurk of this papa smurf look alike

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  8. US prisons are cleaner, safer, more fair and generally healthier than Mexican prisons. BUT in US prisons, especially the ones he will get, your money won't buy much more than a candy bar. High security US joints are run by the book and are tighter than a bullfrog's butt. He will be safe alright - in the security unit - one man, one cell, 23 hours per day, everyday. He'll be begging them to let him keep house for King Kong.

    PL

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  9. Your sadly mistaken if you think the US is going to give La Barbie the DEATH PENALTY, they dont do at all here. Plus, there's major Colombians that was moving tons to the USA and ONLY got about 20 yrs. Shit, Osiel Guiilen in camp snoopy and bought that for $27 mill in his PLEA DEAL with him and all his family getting Visa to stay in the USA.

    Its always about money. If you would leave the violence out of it, the USA will allow you to make money, ya digg.

    CW
    BMF

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  10. Say what you want about "La Barbie"but I'm sure
    most of you wannabe's never got as close as he did to these cartels. You gotta give the guy a little credit; I mean he stayed gone for over 10 years,made a fortune and lived 3 lives to everyone of yours. i for one (Grudgingly) have to give the guy cudos. 1st for stayin alive as
    long as he did and havin the Balls to stand up to the Zetas when no one else could or would!

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  11. Who would want to be that piece of shit rat bastard......I lived that life for many years. Never, would or did we do the animal acts he did. Muy machos cuando muy muchos

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  12. thiss guy meaqnss a good heroo to laredoo Texass

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  13. Why do people think drug lords will get the death penalty for murders committed in mexico. Why bring him back to America...he wanted to leave this country......so be it.....he will age quickly in his crowbar hotel in the wonderful Mexico.....cowardly bastard...

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