Friday, November 18, 2011

Suspected Zetas Drug Cartel Leader Arrested in Mexico

Demotix

As part of the strategy against drug trafficking in Mexico, the Secretary of National Defense (SEDENA) and the Attorney General of the Republic of Mexico (PGR) report that as part of military intelligence works in different states of the Mexican Republic, during the day November 15, 2011, Special Forces of the Mexican Army performed an Airmobile operation arrested Alfredo Narvaez, also known as "El Comandante Aleman" allegedly responsible for criminal activities in the state of San Luis Potosi for the criminal group "Los Zetas."

Officials said Thursday that Aleman Narvaez was arrested at a horse race he organized in the northern state of Zacatecas. He is accused of trafficking marijuana both in Mexico and the United States.

At the time of his capture, a 40 mm caliber grenade launcher, a long weapon, a handgun, chargers and cartridges, six grenades 40 mm caliber, a vehicle and diverse intercommunication devices were found in his possession. Based on declarations of Aleman Narvaez, a man close to "Miguel Angel Trevino Morales," aliases "40" and Ivan Velazquez Caballero Aliases "The Taliban" who is considered the main contributor to "Los Zetas" to maintain direct confrontation with members of the "Gulf Cartel" in San Luis Potosi and Zacatecas providing support at all times to keep the conflict between cartels and prevent the weakening of its structure by this confrontation.

The prisoner was made ​​available to the Office of Special Investigations on Organized Crime pertaining to the Attorney General of the Republic of Mexico (PGR).

22 comments:

  1. Bravo, bravo!!!!!
    Putting this madman behind bars made my day!!!
    Congratulations to all the military police involved in this very dangerous operations, to get all these culos behind bars takes alot of strength and determination!!!
    Bravo, bravo, bravo!!!!
    Keep up the great work and God bless everyone and their family's!

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  2. Dropping like dead flies. Every beginning has an end. Easy come, easy go.

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  3. he will be released in a month along with the rest of his gang. you read it right here on BB that 89 percent of all arrested cartel have maneged to get out of prison.
    the only good cartel is a dead cartel.

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  4. They're going to release the cell leader?(Fart noise). Right. At the very least the U.S. could request his extradition. Where did that 89% statistic come from?? Post the link. Doubt you'll respond.

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  5. are zetas actively doing business in slp? Seems quiet....

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  6. Zacatecas is full of zetas, ever since amalia the previous governadora welcome them in, they took over the state. There is a lot of presidentes municipales that have no control of the cituation and they rather cooparate with the criminals. Places like fresnillo, san jose de lourdes, jerez, rio grande, valparaiso, and more. Are all flooded with zetas.we need more military presence in the state.

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  7. Released? Who the fuck are you? His Lawyer??? Get Fucken Real A Hole; it's an Election Year
    Coming up, do you really think they would let
    this Coup go by, I don't see El Mamito walkin
    around and he was at the least as inportante
    as this scum bag. I think you had better go back
    to watching Your Fucken Cartoons! Clown!

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  8. 89% seems low. I've seen news articles say 98%. And no I'm not going to post it cuz I don't care if u think its bull shot. Who knows what really goes on. A high percentage of criminals in Mexico dont go to jail that much is obvious. Their court system is jacked up; same with the prisons. Escape by the dozens a few times a year

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  9. That made my day bravo bravo what a loser..how can arrest make someones day unless you know victims that had to do with him...get a life so when osama died you must of pissed in your pants huh

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  10. what is the gulf cartel doing in zacatecas and san luis if they cant even control tamaulipas lmfao

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  11. above about zacatecas is right. i was supposed to visit a girlfriend in rio grande and she warned me not to after all because the town is full of zetas and they hole up in the few local hotels. i didn't go because, as a gringo, i would have stood out in that small town and may have become a victim. too bad.

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  12. 98% go free?
    Rofl. Post the link ass wipe.

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  13. I don't mean to sound so sceptical, but why is it everytime I hear of a Zeta being arrested they always call them a "Leader" ?. It's seems odd to me, I mean is everyone that is a Zeta's a leader fo the Zeta's?.

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  14. I don't understand what the gulf cartel s doing in zac and sl, if they can't control their homr towns or Tamaulipas in general, lmfao, this cdg looks like they want N.L, COAHUILA, ZAC, S.L.P, VERACRUZ, WOW! como le asen weyes pa gastar tanta gente I perder todas las batallas lol I don't suppory any cartel at all, it looks like everything is just fuked up,

    CNGJ: LOST THE BATTLE IN VERACRUZ,
    CDG: LOOSING THE GRIP OF N.L AND PARTS OF TAMPS
    C.T: CANT CONTROL GUERRERO TO MANY GANGS TO FIGHT OFF
    C.D.S: GETTING ATTACKED DAILY IN THEIR STRONGHOLD CULIACAN OR CULICHY SAME THING

    WHATS HAPPENING GOOD GUYS "DISKE" LOS BUENOS


    GHOST

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  15. 6:52

    YOU ARE A COMPLETE RETARD NO CARTEL FULL CONTROLS A STATE KEEP HATING CDG PINCHE ZETAS SUPPORTER

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  16. Hey 40 I Think you're next. Some guys are after your family in Nuevo Laredo. They are from the Gobierno de Mexico. This comandante Aleman already snitch on you!

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  17. @12:54 am

    Then what the hell are the cartels fighting if they ain't gaining anything? Its a neverending story
    Thousands dead and cartels and gangs spawning every month or so no pos wow!


    Gh()57

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  18. @6:52

    Wait, then your girlfriend is lying to you lol rio grande is full of border patrol and state troopers plus the local PD and * county sheriff the times I been there it feels safe I don't understand al that about zetas hold up in hotels WHAT A LIE!

    G4()57

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  19. 11:36 Ok give proof that CDG is losing plzas in tamps etc

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  20. @2:33

    Proof?

    Ve a tamaulipas y NL

    Los train de la cola

    Lol

    G4()57

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  21. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j3fDaMWEHHE&feature=youtube_gdata_player

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=43j7Q4XF82w&feature=youtube_gdata_player

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G45zfqrGNYE&feature=youtube_gdata_player

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r6oKYJUw7hU&feature=youtube_gdata_player


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u0qjhQFkGpo&feature=youtube_gdata_player

    You want more proof?

    G4()57

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  22. Lol youtube let me see some real news from websites and good documents that shows CDG is losing plazas i dont believe anything about youtube

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