Sunday, April 17, 2011

Mexico presents "El Kilo", alleged mastermind of 217 executions in San Fernando, Tamaulipas


Martín Omar Estrada Luna alias “El Kilo”, leader of the Zetas in San Fernando, Tamaulipas and alleged mastermind of the massacre of at least 217 people found in mass graves, was presented to the press Sunday afternoon by the Mexican Secretariat of Navy.

Along with "El Kilo", 11 additional Zeta members, allegedly involved in the San Fernando bus massacres, were arrested in military operations in Ciudad Victoria.

At a press conference, the Navy spokesman, Captain Jose Luis Vergara, said that "El Kilo" is also linked to the deaths of San Fernando police chief, Juan Carlos Sanchez Suarez and State investigator, Roberto Jaime Suarez Vázquez, as well as extortion, kidnapping, drugs and arms trafficking.

The spokesman explained Naval intelligence operations and information sharing between national and international agencies led to the location and detention of Estrada Luna.

The eleven additional suspects have been identified as: Miguel Ángel Hernández Hernández, "El Chimuelo"; Víctor Cuitláhuac Montoya Torres, "Degollado"; Yezenia Vianey López Romero, Claudia Valeria Fuentes Martínez, "La Popis"; Delia Celene Rodríguez Carlos, José Eduardo González Fuentes, Luis Manuel Salazar Sánchez, Heber Alfredo Ahumada Banda, "El Cholo"; Julieta Marisela Almaguer Reyes, Juana Marlene Celaya Saldaña and Lucero Peña Martínez.



During the arrests, elements of the Mexican Marines seized 4 vehicles, 6 assault rifles, 3 handguns, diverse rounds of ammunition, 3 grenades, 700 individual doses of cocaine, and 2.4 kilos of marijuana.

Sources: Grupo Reforma and Milenio

http://www.milenio.com/node/697067













18 comments:

  1. how about 50,000,000 pesos for lazcano or z-40

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  2. EVIL piece of shit.

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  3. I wonder in Mexico'a authority knew all along of who was responsible for the massacre in San Fernando or they just want a scapegoat to blame to cover their inefficiencies. I just dont trust the justice sytem in Mexico

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  4. Saw the clip of him.

    KEEP PRAYING ASSHOLE YOU'LL NEED IT FOR ALL THE SHIT YOU'VE DONE!!

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  5. How come they never busted this dude before, but yet they bust him after 200 dead show up in a couple days? Why does the Mexican law enforcement only go after guys "AFTER" they did something crazy.
    -790

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  6. KEEPING THAT BASTARD IN JAIL TO THE REST OF HIS LIFE IS TOO EXPENSIVE AND TOO DANGERES.DEATH PENALTY IS NECCESITY IN MEXICO

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  7. Because some people dont want people like El Kilo to be found, it is exactly the same thing with Chapo, Osama and whoever. Accept the fact that there are people out there in whose interest it is to keep these people doing their stuff.

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  8. LOS DEBERIAN DE ENTERRAR VIVOS A ESTA JENTE. BURY THEM ALIVE
    EITHER THAT OR PUT THEM IN A COURTYARD WITH THE FAMILY OF ALL THE PEOPLE THEY KILLED! THAT WOULD BE JUSTICE WELL SERVED. I WOULD PITCH IN TO TRANSPORT THE FAMILY MEMBERS THERE!

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  9. I noticed that he doesn't have that stupid smurk on his face anymore that he had in the story a week or so ago...

    http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2011/04/san-fernando-update-16-municipal-police.html

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  10. Funny how he does not have a scratch on him. Trying to tell me he went down without a fight? He knows he's got something worked out already.

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  11. This guy just earned himself a first-class ticket to HELL. Next destination, suffering.

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  12. Turn him over to the Skinner of Nayarit. He will fix him up and pose him for hell.

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  13. Yes, it is amazing how most of the Mexican police and military always come up with those they say are responsible for some atrocity or other IMMEDIATELY AFTER the press highlights a crime, is it not?

    'Anonymous (8:56AM) said...
    How come they never busted this dude before, but yet they bust him after 200 dead show up in a couple days?'

    Yet they never seem to PREVENT these big crimes in the first place, or ever catch somebody who has killed 1 or 2 people instead of huge numbers of victims. And then after the accused are captured, more huge slaughters always seem to happen within months or a year later?????

    'Anonymous (7:15AM) said...
    I wonder in Mexico'a authority knew all along of who was responsible for the massacre in San Fernando or they just want a scapegoat to blame to cover their inefficiencies. I just dont trust the justice sytem in Mexico.'

    The question is, why do all these other BB readers trust the Mexican authorities to be operating in legal manner? These BB readers all want to skin alive the current accused hung out to dry for the press and its hungry and looking for revenge Mexican public, but seem to have not a thought about the nature of the people in charge of public security in Mexico, that fail so miserably and repeatedly to create real law and order there. Instead they like to rant and rave against the endangered Mexican few human rights activists there are!?????

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  14. What "other BB readers trust the Mexican authorities..." are your referring to? Seems those who remark on BB forums are way past the stage of trusting Mexican authorities but maybe not yet past the point of hoping that some officials could possibly be still doing their job, and hoping that there is something besides death, murder, torture, robbing, raping, decapitating, kidnapping, did I mention skinning murder, more death, more kidnapping and a little more torture for Mexicans... just because they are in the wrong place at the wrong time, that being Mexico!

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  15. E-1/Ardent..

    I never trust a quick arrest, tho in this case he was a wanted bad guy so ok, but if he is not the culprit then that bastard remains out there.

    Another quick arrest was Sicilia's sons "murderer",his perp walk revealed he was battered and bruised to the max. WHen something is too hot, seems we get a very quick arrest, as for Zapata's killers I lost count of how many they arrested, that was some huge narcoblockade.

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  16. A idea is that Mexicans do nothing until the heat gets turned up, then arrests are made in 1 week or less if its a big deal. The conclusion is law enforcment protects criminals unless,law enforcment is forced to act,this may be a explanation, that is consistent with corruption.

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  17. Fucking punk ass bitch. They ought to take him out back and blow his sorry brains out of the back of his head and then chop him up and feed him to the pigs. Hes pure monkey shit!!

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  18. Another reason to increase the number of Border Patrol agents to keep these guys out of the US! Become a Border Patrol agent and help - http://www.BorderPatrolRequirements.com

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