Thursday, November 3, 2011

'Massive' Smuggling Ring Dismantled in Arizona

State and federal law enforcement officials will announce today three major raids in Arizona over the last 17 months against a drug trafficking ring tied to the Sinalo cartel which involved 70 arrests and drug seizures in "jaw-dropping" quantities as reported by Reuters: "'This is one of the more substantial drug-smuggling operations going on right now. This is a billion-dollar drug trade organization linked to the cartel,' the official said."

12 comments:

  1. I read an article in Mundonarco.com tittled Hector Beltran "El H",un vecino mas De la valle.

    It gives alot of information about the drug Lord,what cars he drives, what pistol he carried,even that he has a stepbrother,they also mentioned that he lived in Mexico city,and also how much he payed his personal driver per month,The Marines arrived at his house but Hector was not there,his driver was arrested and mentioned alot more about his boss for example that on one ocation he was punished by his own people for not answering the phone when Hector was calling.

    It gives alot of insight on Hector Beltran, I would really apreciate it if you guys from Borderlandbeat would translate it,theres alot motr info that I wasnt sure how to translate.

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  2. I seen this, on here you can see a longer video about this operation.

    http://borderland-beat.924382.n3.nabble.com/Arizona-busts-massive-Mexican-drug-smuggling-operation-video-td3469270.html

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  3. putting a bumper sticker that read "say no to drugs" is not enough gringos...

    Caldero (Mexican President)

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  4. Did the guns come from Guatemala?

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  5. @ November 4, 2011 1:24 AM I will do the translation but it will be posted on the BB forum.

    Just go to http://borderland-beat.924382.n3.nabble.com/

    And it will be title ( Hector Beltran Leyva "The H", just another neighbor of Del Valle neighborhood )

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  6. Anonymous said...

    putting a bumper sticker that read "say no to drugs" is not enough gringos...

    Caldero (Mexican President)
    November 4, 2011 5:23 AM


    just goes to show you that the upper class in Mexico really have no class at all...but true to form..they can blame someone else for their failure to establish and maintain a decent system of government in Mexico

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  7. Sounds like a new market opportunity just opened up to me for an even more violent group to take over these rackets. Thanks US government!

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  8. GREAT JOB U.S. GOV !!! ONLY IF THERE WAS THE SAME AMOUNT OF DETERMINATION, PERSISTENCE, AND EFFORT BY THE MEXICAN GOV ON THEIR PART... OR I SHOULD SAY ONLY IF WE HAD THE SAME GOVERNMENT IN MEXICO AS U.S.A THEN IT WOULD BE A WHOLE NEW BALL GAME !!! GOD BLESS AMERICA !!!

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  9. Buy those guys some doughnuts.

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  10. Thanks texcoco Mx.,,if you have the chance you also translate "Terror en el Dorado Sinaloa".

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  11. November 5, 2011 9:49 AM I just finish the translation

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  12. Anon November 5, 2011 9:49 AM "Terror en el Dorado Sinaloa". is done and you will find it here it will be the first one.

    http://borderland-beat.924382.n3.nabble.com/Terror-in-Sinaloa-td3485402.html

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