Sunday, October 14, 2012

El Lazca's family was well off

El Diario

10-11-2012

Translated by un vato for Borderland Beat

Singuilucan, Hidalgo-- 54 kilometers (32 miles) from the capital city of the state of Hidalgo lies the country that witnessed the growth of one of the founders of the of the criminal organization known as "Los Zetas." Here, in a community of more than 10,000 inhabitants, is where Heriberto Lazcano Lazcano, "El Z-3,"who according to the Mexican Navy was gunned down in the town of Progreso, Coahuila, spent the first years of his life.

People close to the capo will tell you that Heriberto is one of three sons from Ramon Lazcano's first marriage. His two brothers are Pedro and Gabriel, with whom he grew up during the first three years of his life until he moved with his family to the municipality of Apan.

There, the Lazcanos took up farming and cattle ranching, until they became one of the biggest producers and one of the wealthiest families in the county. Those who knew Heriberto recall that the family adapted quickly to Apan, but, despite that, the three sons were sent to the D.F. (Distrito Federal) to study. Nobody remembers exactly where in the capital they were sent, but Pedro received an education closely linked to the Church, which led him to become a priest for a few years, although he left that afterwards. Gabriel, his other brother, had a life much like Heriberto Lazcano's, and he joined the military for some years.

After living in the Mexican capital, the three brothers went back with their family and moved to the city of Pachuca in the 1990's. It was after that that the capo joined the military, from which he deserted in 1998 to become a member of the "Los Zetas" criminal organization, which began as the enforcement arm of Osiel Cardenas, former leader of the Gulf Cartel.  

From there, Lazcano had a house built for his mother in the El Tezontle neighborhood, an area from which the drug trafficker could see everything that went on around him. In that same neighborhood the capo built a church beside the old San Juan de los Lagos chapel. The temple is guarded by a metal cross more than 15 ft. tall, and on the back side, a plaque that gives thanks to the capo.

Both the three story house, which is located on a hill, and the church are located only a few yards from the 18th Military Zone, from which one can see a mausoleum, also built by the capo, made to resemble the church.

People that say they knew the narco recall that it was very common to see Heriberto, not only in El Tezontle, but also in the municipalities of Tulancingo and Apan, where he was guarded by kaibiles (elite soldiers from Guatemala).

64 comments:

  1. well at least he didnt forget his mum,made sure she lived the good life.
    Another chapter ends in this ever so horrific narco war,that person that commented about puttin a tracker up Lazca's butt....wasnt such a bad idea after all.
    Rest in Peace Heriberto Lazcano Lazcano Soldier of Fortune.

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  2. I wonder how they saw him while everything was going on especially the preacher brother.

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  3. No shit they were strapped with paper

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  4. What does kaibiles stand for run like a bitch when the man your paid to protect is bring gunned down lol he should not have died until every single bodyguard was dead no loyalty anymore man not in politics criminals even family remember when these thugs would do an extra 15 years in prison just to not rat on people even their enemies. Seems like everything is gone down the tubes

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    1. Another moran speaking out of his ass. You obviously don't know anything about Kaibiles do you?

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  5. I wonder why no kaibiles where guarding him at the baseball game...?

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  6. el senor is the boss still

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  7. Kill his family the way he killed many families. An eye for eye and a tooth for a tooth. Jungle Law.

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  8. Nice view of the Lazca's church, next to the chapel: Google maps, street view, go to the corner of C Nogal / Ocote, Pachuca, Hidalgo, Mexico

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    1. There's a few pictures around the web with a three story house saying its his moms house. Have an address for that one? I want to check it out on google maps.

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  9. In the pictures where he is dead, is that Lazcano's gun that's laying beside him?

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    1. I would believe its his gun Looks like he fell dead face planted in ground, but all the bullet angels would make me think The Marines could have been harmed in their own cross fire!

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  10. Off topic but Chapo starring a war with the colombians...that's when you know his done fuck up

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    1. What are you talkin about? El Chapo did the same thing a few years ago in Peru, pushed aside the Colombians and took over the buisness there, now he's doing the same in España. He ain't worried about shit, he's just keeps building he's fortune and he's empire. He's monopolising the world wide drug market. Can't nobody stop the money making machine CDS.

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    2. You do realize the mexican cartels are much more powerful then the colombian cartels right?

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    3. How are the mx cartels more powerful? The colombians supply coke to mx cartels nd they have guerrilla groups like Farc helping the colombians

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    4. @ 2:36 let me bring you up to speed bro, the Mexican drug cartels have a big presence in Colombia, Peru, Bolivia. They are there finacing the labs and production of cocaine, they buy off officials and locals and buy off guerrilla groups like sendero luminoso to produce and protect merchandise and help transport sometimes. They have bipassed the Colombians a long time ago. Mexican drug cartels completely control the drug trade into North America. They now wan't the European market a sangre I fuego if the Colombians don't make way for the real Drug Kingpins.

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  11. What kind of nonsense is the comment that there is "no loyalty anymore"? These are nothing but lowlife scum who prey on the people to get what they want.

    Perspective is needed. Don't glorify or humanize these beasts. And let us not forget, his family (including his mother) are all guilty of living off of crime. His mother should be ashamed to live in a house that drugs and violence, murder and torture bought. They should all go to jail for participating, even if it was just from accepting the proceeds of a crime.

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  12. This guy was 100% balls r.i.p

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  13. 7:14 Hahahaha! So amigo - you are saying that standards in crime are dropping? That is funny my friend :-)

    I remain suspicious of this "death" of Lazcano - because there is no explanation about where the kaibiles were. It makes no sense.

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  14. For all you azzwipe weirdos who worship Scum like Lazca, I hope your family is kidnapped and raped and tortured to death by zeta perverts like they have done to 1000's of other innocents.
    Marinas are the heroes!

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  15. Could someone help me here please? Im having hard time grasping the narco how do they operate? When they send a few of their men to smuggle across the border and come back with load of cash, don't these guys think outside the box by taking that much money and hide somewhere in US away from the border towns and cities and live a good life, i mean if i ever get a hold of that much cash i would better off hide and change my appearance and my name
    are they afraid that they betraying their boss or what
    i appreciat comments anything
    thanks

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    1. First, they return the cash cuz its a business and they get paid every time. Someone crosses the drugs, someone sells it in bulk, someone else returns the money. It's actually a good business model, they all look to make sure nothing is lost or stolen cuz they all become responsible for it. Second, look at the torture videos to see why you dont want to steal. Easy money burns quick and they will find you.

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    2. Are u both crazy the guys who bring the cash back they know who they are and have their families in mx threatened if they dont complete their mission and bring money back if they dont they meet el diablos families fate and if they get busted they still get punished but not as severe shit is controlled very tight no one escapes the wrath of cartels if u mess with their business

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  16. @7:14

    cmon bro...things have "gone down the tubes" because paid mercernaries are acting like paid mercernaries? and not the wholesale slaughter of a whole society, culture, and generations to come?

    Rest in Hell Lazcano. You earned it. Now all those lost souls will eat you alive for an eternity. And the Marys can gawk and fawn over your rotting corpse.

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    1. Popular belief is a soul you take is a soul you keep. He may be in his element in hell, if there is such a thing. But if you believe in heaven and hell then you have to believe that if Z3 repented before dying he could be in heaven.

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  17. i still wanna know where the body is and where the funeral home director is? does not seem plausible for them to let him live after that hearse drive......just sayin'

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  18. Bullshit we knew lazcaS family they were from apan thats were they started With potatoes never cattle .. u guys r so sure about what u post

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  19. Well off" but not admired for how their son turned out. I'd rather be poor with every member of my family earning an honest living. I'll pray for Mexico's families to be blessed with children that contribute to the betterment of mankind. The punk sicarios and narcos are a "me" generation on crack. They trample on hacked up bodies to grab a fistfulll of dollars. Shame.

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  20. @11:12 AM What do you know about dog shit kaibilitos? Eh pendejo? You want to tell us what you fucking know? Do you know a lot?

    One thing you do not know is how to keep your fucking mouth shut.

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    1. Pendejo even the elite sicarios are sent to train with the Kabilies, e.g. La mano con ojos why? Because of there stringed training and regimen plus survival skills. so don't be a PENDEJOTE and shut the fuck up!

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  21. @7:14 His bodyguard ran away? How do you know that Lazca wasn't killed first? If lazca is killed first, should the bodyguard defend his corpse to the death, or does he get to run?

    Anyway, I am sure the bodyguard who got away is undergoing ghastly, prolonged torture as we speak. Probably from 42 personally.

    Live by the sword, die by the swords.

    I do hope a video pops up of Lazcas mom or brothers being tortured to death, like Lazca had done to so many others families.

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  22. @ Anon 10:59, if you google map/street view on the jonction of Oyamel / Sabino in the Tezontle neighborhood of Pachuca, and look south west, you will see the house on the top of the hill.

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  23. How nice that he got to maintain contact with his family during his time as a criminal overlord. That can't be said for his numerous vcitims. Hopefully, he is paying for it for eternity.

    About the bodyguard situation, has any narco myth taken a bigger hit lately than the alleged toughness of the bodyguards these criminal parasites surround themselves with?

    The bodyguards, when brought out into the public light, by the police forces, have just been the biggest sad sack group on beady-eyed losers that one has ever seen.

    These cartel ghouls seem to value loyalty & discretion over ability when selecting their bodyguards. That has doomed them.

    The kaibiles angle is undoubtedly another narco myth. The cartel honchos are vulnerable scum just living on borrowed time.

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  24. Lazcano was slipping, I dont know if he felt so comftorable on coauhuila that he diddnt need protection. What I dont understand is that the #1 leader of los zetas was only with a driver and 1bodygaurd? That dosenot make any sense the leader should of at least had his own private army of bodygaurds, and he should of had several diffrent layers of security! El chapo is said to have over 30 personal bodygaurds! Maybee since he had never been caught he felt so powerfull and comftorable and that was his downfall! Never let your gaurd down!

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  25. Add child molester to his list of capabilities.

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    1. Have you knowledge Lazca was a child molester himself?

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  26. @11:23AM
    this article will help you learn about the money

    http://www.insightcrime.org/news-analysis/the-perfume-man-and-chapos-stinking-dollars


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  27. "How nice that he got to maintain contact with his family during his time as a criminal overlord. That can't be said for his numerous vcitims. Hopefully, he is paying for it for eternity"
    You know why some of these dudes are fascinating?Because they got balls.They routinely use violence to get what they want and everyone is fascinated by it.Everyone can shout coward this,coward that,this motherfucker no coward man.This is the way you can go out?Going the fuckin supermarket to get groceries nice and quiet,and they accept it,they know it.To call them cowards an all that shit is just that,shit.The right and wrongs of violence and crime?Some people got to take it forcefully and fuck everyone,dog eat the dogs,and there are many many dogs"
    Now he dead,and it goes on.

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  28. He was hanging out frequently in his hometown a few hundred meters from a military camp? Glad there is no corruption in Mexico.

    Without the protection from both governments, US and Mexico, top down, the cartels would not last a month. One of the Trevino's lived in OK for years and spent money like crazy on race horses and nobody locally knew who he was?

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  29. so, i wonder how they are concealing the rotting corpse of lazca?!?! even if they had already embalmed it, it dont last forever without a smell! and as posted earlier, yea..where is the hearse driver???

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  30. The Government should take Everything from his chickenshit family. They are just as guilty as he WAS. Puros GORRONES.

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    1. Didn't you fucking read idiot, his family was one of the wealthiest even before he was a adult. So why would they take his families money? Pendejote!

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  31. Is there books write about the gangs?would be interested to read....from belfast

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    1. Check out Amazon.com
      Zeta books are there!

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  32. This story is BS, for us that grew up in mexico we all know that nobody that is well off and has money joins the military, no ofense to the soldiers out there and the marina, but the most humble and poor guys make up the military, mexican miltary in no way it is like joining the US Army US Marines or NAVY, you get [aid crap, they trat you like crap and you do not get an education or can mak a carrer out of it, people that join the mexican military they do it as a last rsource to get housing and a meal and thats about it

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    1. I grew up in Mexico and have family and friends in the military. I know military enginers, military doctors, they can make a carrer in the army or navy. I once knew a guy from Oaxaca, a very humble guy, and he was in the guardias presidenciales and he was getting college education.
      Now I don't think that Lazca's family got a lot of money but maybe they weren't a very poor family maybe midle class who knows. And believe me not all the soldiers come from a poor background. I don't like that people here stereotype everybody in Mexico. And have respect for mexican armed forces they are the ones fighting this cartels. Not all of it is corrupt. QUE VIVAN LAS FUERZAS ARMADAS DE MEXICO!!!!!

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    2. I was under the impression that young men HAVE to serve in the military?? Unless of course if you parents are rich...If it's looked down upon then that is ur problem right there. You need a secure country especially Mexico with the tourism thing, and to that you need strong trustworthy security elements, and to do that you need to provide incentives and a secure future for those people who are instrumental in the foundation of any society.

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  33. muy estrano como murio

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  34. tengo video de la nina lazcano muerta en 1999, la mejor tumba de Forest Lawn. contactame de manera segura

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    1. Yes I'm interested in video and any other information! Pot Favor, Gracias

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  35. Now that's he's dead n gone everybody know where he was what he did what he was dieing. Of but when he was alive nobody knew nothing both Mexico n u.s are full of it

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  36. Great articles here. Very interesting to read. Thanks for sharing. Please keep this up to date.

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  37. I can only respect lasca for his balls not his style of buisness but no real mexican wants to harm any ones mother i hope the real narcos left feel the same way since every morons been posting her address all over the internet

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  38. This guy wasn't from $$$ that part is B.S. mabey
    they were "Mexican Middle Class" which is alot lower than American Middle Class" because no one
    joins the Mexican Army who has the means Not Too!
    As far as him running aaround as the "Home Town Boy" without being arrested so does Chapo since graft and corruption in almost all of Mexico is Rampant and allways has been.

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  39. This is pointless.

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  40. I understand why he was trying to stay low and had two guards but that doesn't make sense from a guy who was ex-military and smart to a degree. You would think he would still have 15 but have them all show up separately and act like they didn't know eachother and leave the guns in the car. And had at least one guy in a car down the street or something. Seems he was really surprised, and seems to me he was running so how can you say he had balls??

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  41. Why wouldnt Chapo take on the Columbian's? They just took down the last big Jefe in Columbia and now there is a huge vacume over there all he will have to contend with is the lower level guys which wouldnt be a problem I dont think, someones gotta run the cocain co.!

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  42. @10:56am.....please my friend can you steer me where i can find such story's of what your saying, like you say thousands,wow didnt know this,pls give me some links,i wanna know what these fkrs done, and i dont mean the 72immigrants either, your implying that the zetas grab family's and rape them and kill them all so please give me a few links to these story's,should be easy for you cause you said thousands.

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  43. October 14, 2012 11:53 AM
    "Anyway, I am sure the bodyguard who got away is undergoing ghastly, prolonged torture as we speak. Probably from 42 personally"
    Take my sword,use my sword,lube my sword,swallow my sword,i swallow sword....
    Live by the sword,die by my sword?

    -Senb


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  44. People still cant get their heads around the fact that he was with 2 or 3 bodyguards?He's been doing this shit for 15/20 years,he aint gonna run round with 30 armed guys in town?Who said Guzman has 30 man protection?It is all here say and bullshit.How could you run with a convoy and armed guys all the time?Even if they did do that,its asking for trouble,talk about bringing heat and visibility on yourself.Dont believe none of that shit.

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  45. "where he was guarded by kaibiles"
    which makes sense he wasnt killed

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