Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Zetas Cartel: Money Laundering Trial Week Two Recap

By Havana and Chivis for Borderland Beat

Monday through Thursday of week two below
Week one can be Linked Here


Witness Héctor Moreno was once “Poncho” Cuéllar’s right hand man, when crossed examined by defense attorney Womak, Moreno agrees that he did share a close relationship with Cuéllar, “I saw a lot of what he did, but I didn’t spend the night with him when he slept or anything”, Moreno stated. But yes, he moved 4-5 tons of cocaine to the states each year, he testified. He added that his pay for his involvement was 200k USD per year.

The two men worked directly for Zetas leaders, brothers Miguel Treviño and Omar Treviño. Moreno said he had his “own client”, “one José Vásquez Jr. of Dallas”, who purchased 800 kilos to a ton each month, which generated 4 million USD of revenue per two weeks.

Moreno arranged guns and money smuggling into Mexico while diverting a portion of drug funds for the horse racing operation. He denies giving 200k to Eusebio “Chevo” Huitrón (photo at left)to purchase a horse, although he did remember arranging undocumented migrants to work on the ranch.

He did admit to several payouts in Coahuila, including 10 thousand dollars to Chevo at the María’ Savelle’s Restaurant in Nava, Coahuila  to train Poncho's horse. as Chevo was meeting with Miguel Treviño.  Moreno almost scoffed at the prosecutor when asked, "Of course I did not tell him it was drug money that would be stupid",

Moreno said he and Cuéllar would see Miguel Treviño and Omar Treviño 2-3 times per month. However, that schedule would interrupt as the Zetas leaders would “disappear” for months and then reappearing.

He testified about a race they watched on a computer screen at Miguel’s ranch in Piedras Negras, about watching it with; Miguel, Omar, Lazcano, Comandante Carlitos and Cuéllar.

 Héctor Moreno said he was familiar with money paid to fix the 2010 Labor Day Mr. Piloto race at Ruidoso Downs in New Mexico. He usually paid New Mexico horse expenses to Nayen from the sale of Miguel’s and Omar’s kilos sold in the States.

On Monday morning, the jury viewed the race tape. The courtroom watched and it definitely appeared Mr. Piloto was the horse left the gate late, not the other horses as everyone had been lead to believe from Poncho Cuéllar's and Gerardo Mata Morales' testimony last week. Mr. Piloto veered way over to the rail for some reason then ran an incredibly fast race, winning by a nose. Moreno said, "All I know money was given to gate keepers and people around the gate area."

Things were getting bad for Moreno beginning in 2010, There were huge losses of drugs in 2010-2011 seizures. They attributed blame onto Poncho Cuéllar and he had to pay a year's salary to make up for some losses. "Lots of people in Piedras Negras and around there were getting killed," Moreno said. “They started killing entire families  300 plus in Allende and Piedras Negras ,” Moreno testified. 
 

“The Zetas wanted to kill me and nobody was trusted not even Poncho Cuéllar  at that time, nobody”.

One of scores of homes destroyed and hundreds killed during Zetas
rampage in Allende, Piedras Negras and other cities that  Moreno testified to

People began crossing over, going to the U. S. government for protection. So in March 2011, I contacted José Vásquez and used his lawyer. “Within about ten days, I flew to El Paso and ended up in Dallas." He says he has talked to various agents about 50 times and signed so many papers that he can't keep it all straight.



Defense attorneys argued against the credibility of both Moreno and Cuéllar, after all they are both presently incarcerated on drug trafficking charges. Attorneys pointed out that the witness’s testimony should be called into question because it was made based on a plea agreement.


Cuéllar and Moreno testified wearing prison garb as they explained to jurors the operational structure used by the defendant José Treviño and his Zeta Leaders brothers to launder drug funds through the horse racing front.

Zetas Trafficked drugs from Colombia and Venezuela to the United States, then transferring profits back to Mexico using wire transfers, cambios and various banking schemes. Additionally, the group utilized front companies such as the one that led to the downfall of José Treviño and his co-defendants, Tremor Enterprises, the Oklahoma operation that bred, raced and sold quarter horses.


Defense attorneys then presented to the court copies of Mexican warrants depicting the Moreno and Cuéllar are wanted in Mexico on murder and kidnapping charges. The warrants were dated July 25, 2012, and were initiated in Piedras Negras, Coahuila. Defense attorneys stated that the warrants were confirmed as to validity, and that a full report will be presented to the court next week.
The warrants reveal a witness’ declaration in the case. In the witness’s account he states that Moreno and Cuéllar kidnapped him in a white van, duct taped his eyes, and tied his hands and feet. The captors began beating the victim accusing him of stealing jewelry. He continues the story by saying Moreno and Cuéllar then pick up three other men, who were beaten to death with mallets.

Defense attorneys contend that in light of Cuéllar and Moreno testifying they fled Mexico because Zetas were on the hunt for them to kill them, the warrants paint a much different picture of the truth behind the reason they fled. Defense attorney Williams stated, “I think it is important to know what agreement the men have with the US government.
Alfonso Javier Del Rayo 46, he took the stand to give his personal account of the events that began in the wee hours of a December day in 2010.  

 

Alfonso was a wealthy Veracruz real estate mogul who was on his way home from a bar in the early morning, when he was kidnapped by a group of 15-20 men. He was taken to a “safe house” where his nightmare began in earnest. While being held in the safe house he was brutally beaten by the rifle stocks of AK47’s, to the point he did not expect to survive.


His captors identified themselves as Zetas, demanded 50 million pesos. Alfonso did not have that amount of money readily accessible, which he told to his captors. They continued to beat him so badly, his fingers were broken and his head reflected the many injuries from the AK47s. He would require plastic surgery to alleviate the damage.

Alfonso (above left) testified, “They beat me us pretty bad, I thought I would be killed”.
After nine days of capture and torture, and without explanation, Alfonso was released without payment of ransom. While he was hospitalized, Carlos Nyan contacted the witness. Nayen, is a man central to Zetas money laundering schemes with close ties to the horse racing industry. Nayen told Alfonso he was bringing Guillermo Herrera, the state secretary of communication over for a chat about payback.....continues on next page...
Herrera was at that time working for Veracruz governor Javier Duarte, but he had been given the position by former governor Fidel Herrera Beltrán.

In the first week installment of this trial series contains information about Fidel Herrera’s candidacy being funded by Zetas, with 12 Million dollars of organized crime funds being diverted towards the campaign when Zetas were with the Gulf Cartel. Many speculate that it was Fidel Herrera that facilitated the transaction, something he has denied.
After the meeting with Alfonso, it was explained to him that Herrera’s “Boss” saved his life, and as payback for that courtesy he would have to travel to Oklahoma in a couple of days and purchase a horse.

Alfonso did as instructed and traveled to Oklahoma meeting with, Carlos Nayen, Antonio Nayen, and horse aficionado/buyer, Fernando Solís García. They drove to meet with Tebow at Heritage place for the purchase, where he was under constant surveillance by the trio as they coached Alfonso on how to bid for the horse named “Blues Ferrari”.
Alfonso successfully bought the horse for 310k without knowing it was for José Treviño’s company, Tremor Enterprises.
Before Del Rayo could recover from the episode, Carlos was back within three months, saying things were bad and he needed 10 million pesos for horse related business. As Del Rayo was trying to figure out how to possibly accomplish the demand, threats kept coming. He sold property and ended up giving $150,000 in 3 checks of $50,000 in person to Tyler Graham, owner of horse care facility ranch named Southwest Stallion Station.  Graham is grandson of Dr. Charles Graham, co-owner of Heritage Place.

When things couldn't get much weirder, Carlos Nayen called and said he wanted to invite him to his wedding Dec. 3, 2011, the bride's father, whom Del Rayo had known for years, called, urging him to attend the wedding.  "He (the father) didn't have any idea of the situation," the witness said. "I just went."
At the wedding, he saw Guillermo Herrera, who introduced him to Colorado Cessa.
Carlos called for more money, but this time Del Rayo told him he was flat broke and it was impossible. Strangely, Nayen lent him 2 million pesos, which was deposited into a Banamex account. The next time he called, Nayen was feeling political, and asked him to please use the money he lent him to donate to Guillermo Fidel Herrera's campaign.
In 2012, both Nayen and Del Rayo were indicted in the money laundering trial. Carlos forced Del Rayo to turn over his keys to his house in San Antonio while Nayen sorts out his legal problem.
At no time did the witness ever feel he could say no. The case against Alfonso Javier Del Rayo was dropped as soon as he explained details of the story to authorities.

Jeff Tebow, the general manager of Heritage Place, “Where Champions are Sold”,  testified remembering José Ramiro (Gordo) Villarreal a purchasing agent of higher quality horses being replaced by Carlos Nayen. Ramiro is the man Miguel Treviño called Gordo and who was the original owner of Tempting Dash.

Gordo turned DEA informant and was ordered executed by Miguel. What remained of his body was found outside Nuevo Laredo in his burned out vehicle in 2010.

Tebow testified he was at Heritage Place when “very beat up” man unknown to him paid for his purchase of “Blues Ferrari”. The purchaser was Alfonso Javier Del Rayo Mora. Tebow testified that he used his cellphone to take photos of the man, who was struggling to write two checks, primarily because he didn’t know him.

At time he was quoted as saying; 
"The International demand for the Racing American Quarter Horse is unbelievable,” Tebow said. Blues Ferrari, a 3-year-old full brother to World Champion Blues Girl Too, topped the sale late Saturday when Alfonso Del Rayo gave the final bid of $310,000. The 2010 Golden State Million Futurity (G1) finalist sired by Corona Cartel was consigned by Tyler Graham – Southwest Stallion Station, Agent.”
Adán Farías was a trainer at Los Alamitos Racetrack, which is about 1.5 hours’ drive from Del Mar California.  He is testifying, pleading for a lesser charge.  His company is LA Horses.  He knew of Fernando García as a horse expert, and also knew Ramiro Villareal.


Carlos Nayen called him to train some horses. Later he brought 10 horses for him to train. Among the horses he remembers is Jaguar, Blue Choice, and Number 1 Cartel, Jess Perry, Down Dash.
He notice Carlos paid in increments less than 10,000 breaking up payments, though it did not matter to him..

Carlos Nayen wanted him to meet his boss who he referred to once as "40."  On July 22 he flew to San Antonio where he was picked up by Nayens' friends and they crossed into Mexico.
The witness is not gun savvy and was clueless to who he had met.  He went home to California; and immediately fell asleep after the long day.  The next day, he tells the jury, he googled Zeta 40....and discovered the man he met in Mexico called “40”, was one of the top leaders of Los Zetas cartel.

The witness was banned from racing for two years because his horses tested positive for a banned substance.

Witness Brian Schutt is an urban police officer Waco Treasure Task force for 20 years.

Brian works closely with multiple government agencies, by following the money in cases of government interest. He grew up on a quarter horse farm. He has worked for two years on José Treviño's money laundering trial investigation. His role was to investigate everything about the horses very closely. He procured search warrants for seven locations and issued more than 200 subpoenas.

His job was tracking the horses through ownership, boarding, races, vet care, training, insurances, and death certificates. It is tedious, painstaking work. He spent more than 1000 hours on these horses.

Brian showed that when Blues Ferrari was bought, the horse was registered to Fast and Furious with another name “Blues Man Can” for $50,000. Then it was registered as Blues Ferrari with Carlos Nayen as owner.
From Oct. 2010 the horse was listed as Blue Ferrari with Tremor Enterprises as owner, until Mr. Alfonso Javier Del Rayo was forced to buy it for $310,000.
Witness Arian Jaff testified he is employed by a San Diego company that makes quick money loans.  Judge Sparks heard Jaff’s testimony to determine if it would be admissible.

Jaff said in  2012 he was present at a meeting with Colorado Cessa, the Mexican businessman that is a co-defendant in the Austin Texas trial. Jaff says the meeting was at the office of an executive of the Mexican state owned oil company, Pemex.
At the meeting Jaff testified, Cessa discussed sending five million dollars to an account an Pemex executive agreed to set up in the US.

Jaff testified he did not know what the money was for.


In a blow against prosecutors, Judge Sparks ruled against allowing the jury to hear the testimony about the five million, primarily because Jaff testified he did not know what the money was for. Cessa made a fortune by gaining the majority of Pemex contracts awarded in Veracruz, Cessa acted as the liaison between one of the Zetas founders Efraín Teodoro (Z14) and the man that would become governor, Fidel Herrera Beltrán.

In his testimony Jaff spoke of Cessa being “one of the most important Pemex contractors”. Arian Jaff said he met Cessa at a Pemex convention, Jaff was invited to Colorado Cessa's golf tournament and a visit to his Veracruz ranch.

Jaff's testified that Colorado Cessa grew to be good friend and mentor , but also an important client , “He was the real deal, basically the person you wanted to meet if you wanted to do business in Pemex”.
Defense attorneys for Cessa in opening arguments, exhibited a chart reveling that Cessa received $465 million in Pemex contracts since the early 2000's.
Arian Jaffe testified to three loans he secured for Colorado Cessa.
1.  Feb, 2011, $500,000 at 14% paid off early in Dec. 2011 so the interest went to 7%

2.  May, 2011, Cessa wanted $1,000,000 but received $850,000 at 15%

3. Nov. 2011 last loan was for 1.7 million
In November, 2011 Cessa called late in the evening, he seemed more desperate saying he urgently needed a one month loan because and was having liquidity problems and would give Jaff 10% interest.

When he saw Cessa that November he appeared unshaven, and was accompanied by heavy security including 5, though Jaff said, "isn't that unusual for Mexico."
In conclusion Cessa was increasing worse financial shape after a second suspension from Pemex; he was no longer allowed to bid for Pemex contract. Before standing trial for conspiracy to launder money for Los Zetas, Cessa was living in Houston because he was having security issues.

Michael Fernald testified. Fernald is a Special investigator to the IRS, Ex- Army, CPA masters in accounting, specialist in wire fraud and criminal violations of code.

He analyzed bank statements from Miguel Treviño Morales, Zule Farms, Tremor Enterprises, and Colorado Cessa’s ADT Petrolservicios and analyzed six bank accounts at UBS.
Requested information three times in 2012 from Mexico but they never complied.
The records for Cessa are incomplete because they lack the information from Mexico such as source material, i.e. real cancelled checks.

The investigator prepared a visual aid of the paper trail depicting highlights of Cessa's company ADT Petrolservicios from 2001-2010 including 18 million from Efraín Teodoro “Z-14” Torres, and two million for the payment of a rig in 2001.

He tracked a $50,000 deposit into the Frost Bank in Houston.  This was the first of four deposits that showed his wife was living on that account in Houston.


Cessa was co-mingling accounts and didn't have enough money to sustain both his business and the horse racing business. The defense argued that it is not complete enough to depict an adequate representation.
The Treviño Morales financial analysis is based on 8 bank accounts, three personal accounts, two Tremor enterprise accounts, 2 Zule Farms, 1, 66 Land account.

The analysis was on Excel spread sheets tracking all deposits coming in and all expenses going out including all wages and social security statements.

From 1990-2009; there was $452,359 in earnings from both José Treviño and Zulema an average of $22,000 a year. From 2009-2012; there was 2.1 million dollars in average cash flow.

The next witness was Kyle Mori DEA Task Force, Orange County, California.

On March 27, 2012-Agent Mori was tipped off by Cypress, California (adjacent to Los Alamitos) officers that Miguel and Omar Treviño, were at Los Alamitos race track. 12 officers searched the stables and track attempting to capture the wanted men.

Agents sealed exits, and ultimately they did not apprehend the Treviño brothers but captured Carlos Nayen and Felipe Quintero together in one car and Luis Aguirre in another.
Witness Raúl Guadalajara Guía is a 39 year old drug trafficker and a Texas native, born in San Antonio.  
He worked for Poncho Cuéllar's (on left)crew since 1993 moving marijuana until he got busted and pleaded guilty to lesser drug charges. He was released and resumed working for Cuéllar bringing kilos of coke into the US for three or four years.

Guadalajara trafficked drugs from Piedras Negras to either San Antonio or Dallas depending.  He was set up first with 5 kilos of coke and then 2 kilos of cocaine.  Guadalajara is once again cooperating witness hoping for a lesser sentence. Guadalajara has been talking to agents and providing testimony since late 2011.
With the money they received from selling drugs in the US, they first had to get rid of any bills with a mark because Cuna, 40's accountant, didn't want any bills with marks.  Then they separated them into denominations of 20s, 50s, and 100s.


While at Miguel Treviño’s ranch watching the streaming of the All American Futurity Race, the witness said Miguel told him they'd spent 4 million on horses and gave money to gate keepers for Tempting Dash to win the race. At seeing José in the winner's circle the witness told of Miguel remarking, "My brother who gets up at 5 AM, could never have imagined himself in this horse world."
The witness testified Miguel said he put horses in the names of others, and used fake documents.  If horses do badly, they sell them cheaply to José because it was a way to clean money.


The witness said he knew Huitrón and Isabel Huitrón who also raced horses, but he did not know Jesús. He met Huitrón racing horses in Morelos.  He told of one time he had to bring Chevo Huitrón some money from drugs he sold to pay for training. At that time, he had a new driver who made a crack about a kilo of coke.

Chevo didn't like that at all. Within thirty minutes the witness said Cuéllar called saying Miguel wanted him to bring the driver to get beat up.  Cuéllar explained he was new and would get spoken to.

Guadalajara never had met or talked to Colorado Cessa though he had seen him talking to Miguel at a race in Morelos.

At auctions, Carlos Nayen and Miguel would communicate using their Blackberries and Nayen would signal the bidder to go up or stay.
Miguel studied pedigrees of horses and followed races on the internet by logging onto Cool Live and using Cessa's account and password. Guadalajara told the jury, "Yes, 40 (Miguel Treviño) got the information off his Blackberry. Yes, they communicated with each other on their Blackberries, he showed me naked pictures of 40 he had on there."


Without missing a beat, defense attorney Mike Magurin said, "I don't know about naked photos but you saw Colorado Cessa...?." He said, "No he was not there, I saw him at a couple races once at la Illusion where he was watching horses run and guiding 40 to pick some horses." But the witness said he never spoke to him and is adamant that it wasn't the day they all watched the race on the internet.
When the witness was accused of being high up in Los Zetas the witness spat, "I sold drugs for them; I am not one of them

IRS agent Billy Williams was the last witness to testify in week two. Williams testified that on the day Fernando Solís García inaugurated his quarter horse training company in 2008, he spent the day driving around from bank to bank making structuring deposits. Structuring deposits are those less than ten thousand dollars, which thereby avoid IRS reporting by financial institutions.

He made a total of 81,000 dollars by making nine deposits at different branches of the same bank. Agent Williams said in his investigation, García and several other people used structuring deposits to launder money for the Zetas. Structuring is a crime in of itself.

García, José Treviño, Miguel Treviño, Cessa, Jesús Huitrón, and his brother Eusebio Huitrón, are co-defendants in the money laundering trial.

Agent Williams, said structured deposits were used to deposit in the commercial bank account of Jesus Huitrón, an Austin home builder.
Testimony concluded on Thursday for the second week of the trial, Friday was a dark courtroom.

"Mamito" takes the stand in week 3.
Sources to write this article: Notes from the courtroom, and Stallion Search

135 comments:

  1. WOOOOO THANK YOU!!!!!!!
    I love reading about this trial!
    Your articles on the Trevino trial are the best-written Borderland Beat articles (the others are great too). I'll comment more later about details.

    Thanks again!!

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  2. Great job Havana and Chivis.

    A huge lot of dirt is falling on Veracruz´s government from this trial and also from the whole vote buying and missuse of SEDESOL thing, heads will have to start rolling over there (politically speaking, not narco beheadings!) all this is too much to hide and look the other way even for PRI

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  3. This is the best reporting on the trial I have seen anywhere. The first hand accounts are intriguing. Excellent job Chivis and Havana. How many more witnesses are there?

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  4. Great play by play of the trial, please keep it coming.

    The only naked photos of 40 that I wanna see are one where he is tortured and decapitated with his pants around his ankles like his countless victims.

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  5. I can't wait to hear what El Mamito will have to say. He was my favorite Zeta

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    1. you have issues and need to see a psychologist ASAP!!!! Stay in school!!!

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  6. Hold up, why would he have naked pics of 40 On his phone? Is there some broke back mountain going on there?
    ......fah-Q.....

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    1. hahah yeah that made me read the paragraph all over again...I was like wait a second so NBA allows gay players now and drug trafficking allows gay Cartels now too!!!! That was funny..

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  7. We requested a witness list but they are not giving them out. Federal court is very different. No fun

    as for 40s naked fotos...that threw me, I think he said that as a kick in the ass of 40, but either way it was stupid to say and we can put him in the "Dead Man Walking" column ...Paz, Chivis

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    1. If you get your hands on the clerks file, (the public file), many documents will be present unless sealed and confidential.

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    2. As if testifying against the Z's wasn't bad enough.....
      I have been following BB for a little while now and I can't thank you all enough for all your work....keep fighting the good fight....god bless.

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  8. Looks like the great Z40 and his pals were a bunch of fudgepackers...it looks like piedras negras was Z40 home until shit got hot

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  9. This is some amazing reporting. Thanks Havana & Chivis ; you are the best!!!!!!!!

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  10. This case specifically shows how rampant and high on the spectrum corruption goes in the government. Anyone and everyone involved should be prosecuted, have property and ill-gotten gains seized, no matter which side of the border. Those on the USA side should not be spared; they are just as greasy. Greedy losers!

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  11. What a report!! Thank you so much.- and pictures! Never dreamed there was so much to it. My question: will the jury be afraid to convict? I saw a report that Trevino was staring pretty hard at the jurers one day last week. It sounded intimidating to me. If these people are not convicted........ hmmmmhuhum!

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    1. John gotti did that on his last trial before he died and they still convicted him.staring is oldest trick in the book

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  12. This federal trail of Jose Treviño Morales and co-defendants is really revealing the inner workings of the viscious drug cartel los Zetas. The extent corruption has reached in the govt. México. The tactics utilized to punish any perceived threat or wrong were brutal. The repurcussions and ramfications of this trail will reach the halls of los Pinos, if the media in Mexico begins asking questions. Will it lead to some major govt. operation/response against the Z's, I don't know, we just have to wait see. It don't look good for PAN and/or PRI. Great work Havana Pura, Chivis

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  13. beat three guys to death with mallets eh...business as usual..I'm sure alot of the people in the horse business never wanted to get involved with this scum, but the lore money wass to great. everyone has a price, i guess. specially in Mexico from the PEMEX employee to the governor of veracruz.

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  14. I think it's a mistranslation; naked pictures that 40 had on the phone not naked pictures of 40. I could be wrong but that's what I sense. Oh and btw Mamito already testified. He testified in Austin and he also testified in D.C.

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  15. Naked pictures of 40???? WTF?????!!!!!!!

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  16. The sources are at the top Havana and chivis. I did use racing websites for a couple of things primarily for horse information. and BB plus Insight for historical information and those are the hyperlinks.

    The material is from are notes taken in the courtroom.



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  17. " Poncho Cuellar" is Mario Alfonso Cuellar

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  18. Yes Mamito testified and I have written the prelim post for week 3 but that won't be posted until the weekend. Our source in the courtroom told Havana Mamito was as you expect the demeanor of a narco leader to be, snarly, when asked if he killed 30 people he answered "whatever".

    Thank you for the nice comments, we sure did not know this was such an ambitious project. We have put in countless hours.

    As for the court docs, I had our source ask for the witness list and he was told there was not one, but there are pretrial documents so may he should ask for those of certain testimony. We are not including all the witnesses when writing the post, too many and many are technical stuff like computer and retrieving data and accounting things like that I think would be boring so we have selected the highlights.

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  19. More details here than in austin and san an papers. Great effort thank you both.

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  20. El Mamito said that they hired Banda El Recodo to play at Zeta parties.

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  21. Highest Yoga TantraApril 30, 2013 at 3:56 PM

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    Bravo to Madame Chivis & Havana. What an ambitious project indeed! CourtTV is missing some compelling trial drama here!

    Maybe you can request your «source» to pay closer attention to the mannerism and body language of the (12) jurors. Is there juror intimidation present? Do the jurors seem calm and collective?

    If you or I are sitting in one of the (12) seats, wouldn’t you be extremely nervous/scared that they (defendants/co-defendants) recognize what you look like and may perhaps send «hitmen» to your residence during or after the trial? Maybe I am a bit paranoid? . . .

    Lastly, Z40 has a ranch in Piedras Negras? I had thought his homebase was Nuevo Laredo . . .

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    1. Nuevo Laredo is not his home base or home town anymore.

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  22. jajaja great minds think alike. I already did ask about the jurors to get a sense of it, and I was reminded that note taking in a trial one has little to no opportunity to study even the witnesses that long. Mostly he does speak about the mannerisms and demeanor of a few witnesses "seem nice"

    I did not think of the fear aspect but yes you are correct, but it is doubtful they knew very much about cartels before the trial.

    Coahuila has been where most the premier leaders have spent most their time. Historically they have found in Coah they have not been "bothered" much, especially when Bert was Governor and it is a logistic in between of many important narco states, look on a map to see.

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    1. Claro! The jury is either aware of the danger they're in or they are incredible stupid. Trying these guys in the U.S. as if they had no army behind them, a network of corruption and no scruples is going to result in insane violence in the streets and homes of everybody involved and worse.

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    2. They're going to convict them anyway, citizens are tired of this shit and they ain't afraid. Any action against law enforcement is punished by a life or death sentence.

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  23. when u put pics of people up put the name under the pic like every one has forever

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  24. Naked pictures of 40 may be,that they were taken by a girl.You know,sometimes when you are walking out of a shower as a sort of joke,,somehow i don't think its gay cartel antics?
    Good story by the BB matriarchs appreciate the effort

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    1. Those naked pics were taken by a guy, at that level of crazy even chorizo is not off the table

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  25. Ibez Coronel captured by authorities in México!!! Announced at 7:05p.m. cst. Chapo's father in-law

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  26. Z-40 es maricon todos lo saben

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  27. Horse racing and money laundering?? No me digas!! This is so much farther gone than anyone in the states can even imagine.
    Thank you Chivis and BB for your great work.
    'pitos

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    1. Thats not a new one in america.la cosa nostra did it for years and years.how do u think vegas was built and it wasnt corporations that did it then.sooo much money went through there from horseracing and betting and casinos

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  28. I know adan farias and carlos nayen. Pinches vatos sabian que los estaba cuidando la dea y no le pararon los wueyes. Ay eztaba yo cuando cayo la ley en los alamitos racetrack el ano pasado a agarrar al 40, de echo muy seguido voy a pistear a las caballerisas..
    "M"

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  29. RE: The jury is not stupid, I think there is a possibility that they may be ignorant of narco history, as most Americans are. I will ask again for some info about the jury.

    RE: the photos, I elected to add photos on the left side of the text in such case one can't add captions or it reverts to center. With this much text the photos had to go on the side. I did mention the identification in the text itself, and created the top photo with text to Identify (as if) and Graham is standing in front of the Graham leaded glass.

    Re: Ibez, Tijuano has been working on that since this AM.

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  30. As a public defender in Texas, I wonder just how deep defense counsel is in with the cartel. They are paid handsomely with blood money. Who paid the bill? And how do the feds exempt the money paid to counsel and yet seize other ill gotten gains. I'm sure counsels for defendants are skilled, but if their client perceive ineffective assistance of counsel, they will do more than just complain to the state bar.

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  31. 7:52PM

    dang that is one question I forgot about...who is funding the defense which includes 9 attys.

    Usually that information is public domain even as the case proceeds, but do you know if that applies in fed court? they are giving reporters nothing. The clerk said they were not providing witness lists. we wanted them so if it was a day of accounting we would skip that day.

    One thing, they confiscated assets. I have no clue how much the tab is for each defendant but I am guessing 1M+, there were a ton of depos and pretrial.

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    1. Off topic, but did you read NY Times today on the friction bw USA and Mexico over intelligence gathering on cartels? Interesting.

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    2. Money paid to defense attorneys is attorney client privledged. Some judges do question, and in my 15+ years of criminal practice, it is objected to on that basis. Usually, the attorney has to be caught up in the prosecution in conspiracy and money laundering, so as to get to the amount paid.

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  32. Z40 n Peña Nieto are Lovers

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  33. I have to say, everything is interesting here, but I'm obsessed with hearing about Z40. Not to downplay what a bad guy he is, but I'm intrigued.

    Does anyone have stories about Z40 that aren't already public? Anyone from Nuevo Laredo? I think most stories I hear about his brutality are exaggerated.

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    1. No those stories are true, 1 year ago on the 1400 block of Doctor Mier St, San at Colonia Victoria, a whole family was killed because the father refuse to deal drugs in the neighborhood for Miguel Treviño Morales z40.

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    2. No, they are true stories, his has murdered more than 500 human beings here in Nuevo Laredo, that's why people is scare, we can't own guns, if we get caught even with an old six shooter we face up to 7 years in prison.

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    3. Thats alot of the problem u cant own guns to defend yourself.the narcos know they have no resistance to speak of.as for that guy that is obsessed with z40? Whats up with that shit? U got posters on your wall of him or what?

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    4. Z-40 takes care off his ppl...but if get in his way ur done..

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  34. I'm really happy with how well this trial is being covered. I was skeptical before. I thought they'd put a publication ban and all that so they could do shady deals with Trevino, let the females go scott-free etc, but they're doing a great job.
    And Chivis and Havana, wonderful work here. You're both amazing journalists, and I'm very happy to continue reading your work.

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  35. day 2 chivis, this is getting interesting omar and miguel are facing fire now.

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  36. woooooooooooooh horsey that was a mouthful. great reporting and can't say i have read anything that has kept me so rivited till the last punctuation. you are under sung heroes of a horrible drug war. I am reminded of Modern day Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Payne.

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  37. Scary stuff ...Witness names should never be released what about their families that have nothing to do with this.....the "federal government"should know better not to release names they r looking to be sued

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    1. I agree and not only sue them but this new paper you put their family in danger as well way to go

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    2. Defense attorneys in preparation of the case get discovery that includes witness names and statements. These attorneys confer with their clients refarding the state's witnesses and what they will testify to on the stand. You think the cartels don't know whose testifying? They knew well before the trial commenced who was taking the stand.

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    3. Yes I understand that but you are the ONLY paper who posted the names age and where the Witnesses live did you even think about the Witness families who have no part of that life who are Innocent?? You not only did you put the Witnesses in danger but there families as well the zetas don't give a shit when will the USA get that??? They have been doing this forever and it will not stop EVER. As long as ppl here in the USA do and want drugs this is a ever ending battle. I'm sure they now know who is telling on them but for you for post the names and where they live isn't right they have families as well who are innocent and want no part of that life

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  38. Very interesting story good job chivis......its just gona get better.......

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  39. It may be in federal fact in federal court but I know first had that if defense is paid by tax payers it is public domain. In one trial I saw it reported three times as it accumulated, twice during trial and once after.

    In fact I think in that murder trial in Az with the crazy Jodi girl reporters have filed for the information and received it...more than once. I saw in Az Central the information of last week was the total now at 1.6M

    For the person asking about Mexico's decision to close the door on the US from access to info
    DD wrote and original post just posted on mainboard. A bad blast from the past, the murky politics of PRI.

    http://borderland-beat-forum.924382.n3.nabble.com/Has-Mexico-Shut-The-Door-On-The-US-td4048017.html

    Thank you everyone for being so supportive and kind with your comments. It gives us a lift, because we are completely zapped out with this trial. I am sure when it is over we will be pleased, but at the moment ....:)

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    1. I agree with you that if an attorney is court appointed and paid with public money, then it becomes discoverable. I highly doubt these lawyers were court appointed. But maybe so.

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  40. Is it true he sends naked pics of himself as some sort of psychological tactic to creep everyone out and further grow his legend?

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  41. this story make me lol, i am from allende and all what we know here is that poncho and moreno were working with dea since the beginning and because of that they were wanted by the zetas after they knew what all what was about, but when they felt dead close then they fled to us and knew whom to call. but all I want to say is that this story is half true. if you want to know the truth go and ask a citizen from allende or piedras negras.

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    1. Haha no u make me laugh u dnt knw shit but what u hear unless u part of the zetas

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  42. @April 30, 2013 at 11:20 PM

    Thank you! How do you know about that? Please tell me more!

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  43. think the dudes lieing about naked pictures of z40, must be from a girl hes banging or something. dude got respect and climbed the ranks and other zetas respected him for being the most brutal out of them all.

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    1. Being a brutal murderer doesn't mean that he is not a gay ass punk.

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    2. Hopefully he will be caught and will have plenty of time to play hide the salami or drop the soap lol

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  44. The defense team is high end and expensive. So if the trial is about money laundering, should the defense team, baring a innocent verdict be pursued by the Fed's and the IRS?

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  45. April 30, 2013 at 7:47 PM
    @"M"
    "Pinches vatos sabian que los estaba cuidando la dea y no le pararon los wueyes"
    There isn't a whole lot they could've done,even if they knew the DEA were watching.Maybe they thought they could bluff it out someway"we aint doing nothing wrong here"What could they do?Pack up and bail out?What about all the money invested?They were gonna get cracked either way.

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  47. @ 3:21 z-40 climbed the ranks by snitching , get it right.

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  48. Shout out to all my cheerleaders out there !!!!!!!!!!!

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  49. May 1, 2013 at 8:20 AM

    Thanks for your comment. How do you know Z40 has murdered that many people? Do people just talk about it in Nuevo Laredo? Could you give me an idea of what the atmosphere is like there surrounding that? Are many of them innocent?

    Take care and be safe. He'll be killed soon enough.

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  50. @ 3:21 z-40 climbed the ranks by snitching , get it right.

    No your wrong! Lazcano put 40 on the second of command since 2006-2007 because 40 and his other brothers where the ones making $$$$ in the USA besides drug trafficking with the horse business making a lot of $$$ per month for the Zetas.

    Lazcano respected 40 because of his contacts he had and has in the USA and because the has an aggressive attitude against there enemy's.

    Mamito,Lucky,Amarillo and other Zetas where Ex-Special Forces without contacts in the USA that's why 40 was waaaaay more important than them! Trevinos brothers are the most important Z in there ranks besides Lazcano!

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    1. So, they were more important just because José was living illegally in Dallas TX and knew all drug dealers in the area?

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  52. Havana & Chivis, all I can say is WOW, this is a GREAT article, can´t wait to read what "Mamito" had to say about the cartel´s operations.

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  53. Regarding naked pics of "Z40": What´s so hard to believe? It´s doesn´t make him less brutal,

    "El Teo" was as brutal as any Zeta there has ever been, maybe even worse, and it´s common knowledge he was arrested with a "friend" that travelled everywhere with him, he was NOT his bodyguard, but a close "friend", when they were caught, they had all kinds of sexual toys in the house, but no woman to be seen around. Sexua orientation don´t make any narco any less brutal.

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  54. Treviños brothers important? you must mean just Miguel, José is not a zeta, just the guy in the US with a clean record useful to launder money, and Omar is said to be half retarded.

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  55. Will Mamito be the next Sammy Gravano.

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    1. Probably but sammy the bull gravano was waaay smarter criminal and talk about a cold calculating human being

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  56. Wasn't there an article out there which said that Omar bragged about killing around 1,000 and his brother Miguel Trevino aka z-40 killing 2,000?

    Them brother are fucking brutal. May God has mercy on their souls.

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  57. Wtf...They were at Los Alamitos ? The balls on these guys

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  58. Trevino Ranch
    28.655933
    -100.648611

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  59. This article in the Mexican Narcoblogs has Mamitos last name as "Rajon" (Meaning Snitch) the correct spelling of his last name is " Rejon". These blogs that were created by citizens trying to keep the public informed more than likely have fallen into the hands of the cartels. They're used to communicate , trash the enemy cartels ,boast about their latest executions and instill fear in the public! So..........Bloggers beware!!!

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  60. I'm trying to tell you, that San Antonio Texas is Zeta. We run Texas

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    1. That may be unless u get arrested for murder there then its off to huntsville u go.ive lived in texas before and they dont have a problem fryin yo ass for murder

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    2. Yes, for capital murder in Texas, its death by lethal injection or life with without parole as the only two options.

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    3. Zetas don't run shit in San Antonio, we have 5 military bases and thousands of soldiers in civilian clothes walking the streets every day all of them packing iron, plus thousands of policemen driving up and down the streets, city, county, state, US Marshalls, FBI, CIA, DEA, National Guardsmen of all 5 branches of the Armed forces, thousands of 16's lock and loaded, and you are trying to tell us that a bunch of drug addicts run the city, besides almost every house has at least 2 weapons ready to light any punk ass cartel member that tries to give them a hard time. Here is not México, here in The Alamo City you get killed in a heartbeat, I live here, I know.

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    4. 7:41pm

      Open your eyes just a little wider

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    5. I know there are some drug dealers from all cartels but they do not run shit, law enforcement will throw their asses in jail or kill them. You open your eyes because sooner or later they will get you if you're one of them.

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    6. If Zeta cuachas run the state of Texas how you are saying, the how come they can not break pimp ass José Treviño aka Z41 out of jail?

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      You live in a dream world, cartels run great parts of the USA

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  61. Two Borders,talks sense,,,
    If people can suspend their hatred and the antagonism,its obvious he is a capable man.He is probably nearly as important as Lazcano in building the Z into what it became.People seem to think because he wasn't one of the original 14Z he was somehow just inducted.He has been there from almost the beginning.No Z40,it is arguable they would have become what they did?That's how important he is?Just as influential as Lazcano and still running things.We can hate him,but you can't dismiss him.

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  62. Have you seen"El Teo"?Dont he look cute with his chubby greasy cheeks?Tres Letras was a soap plugger ey,a shirtlifter,fudge packer,fruit,pork sword swallower,nob jockey,bender,lube job,oh El Teo,the scarlet pumpernickel,the pink porker,yup,he caused a hell of a lot of violence.I wonder if he packed El Muletas?

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  63. @Jose Is not a Zeta. Please! The minute he quit his regular job and accepted this little job of being the new Investor of their money he became a ZETA!! Also Chivis why didn't you post my comment about blog del narco listing Mamitos last name as RAJON (SNITCH) instead of Rejon which is the corrct spelling of his name? I don't see ANY reason for you to censor my comment unless........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................????

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  64. At the end of the day, money talks bullshit walks! Z-40 and his brothers have been working N. Laredo for decades. They know N. Laredo-Laredo like the back of their hands. Z-40 knows how to move product. He has connections to the Dallas area. Laredo happens to be largest inland port in the U.S.;hence, the importance of the N.L. plaza. He is making money! That explains the rise, relevance, and importance of Miguel Ángel Treviño Morales. He has expanded into other business ventures. As long as the money keeps rolling in, his protection will remain intact. Los Zetas is his cartel. There is no doubt this 40 is evil, but also a business genius.

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    1. He will never have the business sense that chapo got.he almost 60 and still in the game.thats a long time to live in the narco game.i dont like any of them though just sayin

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    2. The corridos suck on cds nuts.But Z-40 is the real deal..a Scarface tony montana in real life.he started off small & rose in the ranks. All cds nuthuggers.. this guy has gone in to plazas guns blazing.back in the war nuevo laredo 2003-2007. He took all the heavy hitters with him..original Zetas respected him & worried bout him.knew he was a contender..

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  65. I'm a native of Nuevo Laredo, and now live in Laredo, TX. Z40 had a unique reputation there for being more than just a boastful narco business thug. He really is a sadist, and I don't know of any other mafiosos with the same type of reputation. Most of them mainly want money and don't care who dies on their way, but Z40 goes out of his way to hurt people.
    For example, a story I heard growing up was that he took a homeless kid whom 'nobody would miss' (terrible) skinned both his arms and then held a blowtorch to them, until the kid bled to death.
    I realize this may be a rumour made up by someone who wanted to make Z40's reputation worse, but I heard MANY similar stories, so personally, I would steer clear of him.

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    1. Its going to feel like that for 40 when he gets to hell and it will be forever for him and he keep doing things like that and hes gonna get there and god dont take cash or excuses

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  66. @May 2, 2013 at 9:56 AM

    Treviño is in the outskirts of Piedras Negras?

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  67. Havana and I both feel Jose Trevino is a sympathetic character coerced into this scenario. it is a sad story ultimately he made the decision but he really was pushed hard..

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  68. Tijuano...
    Thanks friend. Yep most the notes from this week are about "mamito" on the stand. Thank God this is the last week...I think I can speak for both Havana and myself when I say "what were we thinking" :)

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  69. Chivis, what do you mean by "what were we thinking"? Did you change your mind about Jose's character?
    You guys have done a Pulitzer quality job of covering this :) I hope the discussion will continue.

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  70. @ May 2, 2013 at 7:38 PM

    Narcos who shoot people and extort etc are a dime a dozen. They're scum, but most aren't true psychopaths.
    Z40 is a whole different story. I have relatives in Nuevo Laredo and he's honestly like a demon.
    As you said, all these stories are heresay, but when I hear the same stories consistently from everyone I can't help but shudder.
    I've heard multiple stories about his use of burning and blowtorches, as you said. Like holding them to people's exposed wounds etc. I really think he'd be a serial killer if he weren't a drug lord.

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  71. Or maybe Taliban will be the next Sammy Gravano.

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  72. May 2, 2013 at 5:16 PM
    "I don't see ANY reason for you to censor my comment unless.......????"
    Unless what?Some of you people take yourselves way to seriously?None of you are in danger,so stop with the bullshit"what a hero i am"rhetoric?To think,there are Mexican journalists on the ground there who"really are"in danger.You are sitting comfortably writing on a blog,get a grip?

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  73. Sorry to write a comment so open ended. No we feel Jose Trevino is a sympathetic character. IMO I think he should get little or no prison time but a long time on probation or parole whichever applies. He should not be punished for the actions of his brothers, though he should be accountable in someway. Everyone in the case that has addressed Jose' involvement have said he was a good hardworking guy before 2009 when this began.

    As for my comment I was referring to the work involved in working from courtroom notes.

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    1. Back in 2007 José Treviño and Rafael Ramírez Tamez aka Comandante Globo(Talibán brother
      in law) came to Nuevo Laredo and kill one of the Ortiz brothers. El Globo was the driver and José the triggerman.

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    2. Jose is a murderer to wow people falling for his mother teresa image if ur family is shit the likelihood of u being shit is overwhelming so all the blood money he used did jose know people died murdered tortured dropped in acid all trevinos sisters brothers have commmited major attocities jose has narcofosas in nuevo laredo

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    3. Chivis thats not how feds work.they want money and information and will probably keep him till they get it.thats what they did to sammy the bull gravano when they really wanted john gotti.they sat him down and basically told him he was gonna get life for 19 murders if he didnt cooperate.they didnt really want him nearly as bad as they wanted john gotti and they got it.i think they are going to do jose trevino the same way

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  74. Chivis, I understand your sentiment and can definitely imagine what a hell of a task it was to work from courtroom notes to get all this info.
    But I'll say again, the entire BB community REALLY appreciates the great work you and Havana have done. You can see by the comments :P Many people are really interested, and I hope it was worth it to you in the end :)

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  75. Z40 is a scary, scary man. The guy's no joke.
    There's been a lot of talk about Rosalio Reta and 40's other young sicario proteges. And they always say things like "what happened? how could these kids get so corrupted?", and mention "they were working for this guy Trevino in Mexico..." But what I notice is, why is it such a matter of speculation why the kids did evil things, but people don't wonder how Z40 got into it? Isn't his level of evil a bigger deal than the teenagers'?

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  76. Chivis and Havana you guys rock! A few of my friends are now regular BB readers because I showed them these two Trevino trial articles.

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  77. 11:33 that is such bullshit. zetas were enforcers at the time for cdg why would they send jose from the us to do any killing. talk is cheap give evidence. I am sure DEA and FBI would be interested in your proof.

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    1. There is no FBI or DEA in Nuevo Laredo, why don't you go an talk to the Ortiz family, we were neighbors.

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  78. The wrong guys are on trial, imo...
    The Zeta hitman who confessed to 30+ murders and sneered at prosecutor ("whatever") who admitted to torture and 50 kidnappings should be on trial, Just saying...

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  79. May3 @11:45...i brought this up before but Chivis never responded. I think those kids in Texas (Cardona & Reta) got involved w/Zetas and became sicarios because cardona is 40's illegitimate son...Is it just me, or do the two (40 & Cardona)look identical in the pictures attached to the following story in Borderland Beat:

    http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2012/07/black-kiss-zetas-groomed-texas-teens-as.html

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  80. Z-40 is. Demonic, Cold blooded. Him and Chapo in a death match..no contest the little man from sinaloa would shit in his pants.

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    1. I doubt it. El Chapo y el Güero Palma learned the drug trade from Manuel Salcedo Uzueta aka El Cochiloco, either of this men would make Z40 look like a choir girl.

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    2. Correction : It is Manuel Salcido Uzueta.

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    3. God is going to exact his wrath and bind satan and his band of demons for 1000 yrs gods time.every evil regime or organization thats ever existed on earth has always fell in the long run because the good lord gets tired of it.laugh if u will but its true

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  81. Jesus, he skinned a kid's arms and burned him?? I suppose individual stories aren't important since they could just as well be made up. I think the bigger implication is, how many people WOULD do that kind of stuff if they were in Z40's position of being able to act with near impunity.

    Just out of curiosity, does anyone else have any Z40 stories?

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    1. Youre a whacko!!! Break your meds in half or double your dose cause the one youre on isnt working for you

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  82. Not that it makes much sense to compare them, but in my opinion Z40 is ten times worse than Salcido Uzueta ever was. The guy does things like roast the children of his enemies alive slowly while making the parents watch. Salcido Uzueta wouldn't have done that. He was more humane.

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    1. You are right! There is a world of difference when grown men kill each other than when someone takes revenge torturing and murdering innocent children, men and women. But one thing is very true none of them capos are afraid of each other and are willing to kill to keep their business going strong.

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  83. Here is not México, here in The Alamo City you get killed in a heartbeat, I live here, I know.May 4, 2013 at 7:41 PM
    You said it my brother.This is the US where law and order do function

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      You're so wrong and naive

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    2. 5/6/13 9:05 you are the naive and misinformed, there are some cartels member here, or at least they say they are, mostly irresponsible young punks under 21 years old that run their mouths like crazy when they're high, but that wouldn't know which side is the barrel or stock of an assault rifle, most of the time they get ripped off and neither them or their bosses do shit about it, they see you packing some fire power and they snitch on you, all of them are the same, a bunch of ladies.

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  84. Z40 is fucking evil. He's killed so many innocent people here in Laredo. And everyone knows it.

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  85. where is "Mamito" takes the stand in week 3.

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