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CDG's 'El Yankee' Sentenced in D.C. to 35 Years

Tuesday, May 14, 2013 |

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Highest Ranking Gulf Cartel Member to Be Convicted by a U.S. Jury in the Past 15 Years

Aurelio Cano Flores, a Mexican national and high ranking member of the Gulf Cartel, was sentenced today to serve 35 years in prison for conspiring to import multi-ton quantities of cocaine and marijuana into the United States, announced Acting Assistant Attorney General Mythili Raman of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division and Administrator Michele M. Leonhart of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).

Cano Flores, 40, aka “Yankee” and “Yeyo,” was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Barbara J. Rothstein in the District of Columbia.  In addition to his prison term, Cano Flores was ordered to forfeit $15 billion in drug proceeds as part of a money judgment. 
At a post-trial hearing, the United States proved that from 2000 to 2010, the Gulf Cartel distributed in excess of 1.4 million kilograms of cocaine and 8,000 metric tons of marijuana.  The money judgment represents the gross receipts of the Gulf Cartel’s drug sales into the United States from its principal distribution centers located along the U.S.-Mexico border.

“For over a decade, Aurelio Cano Flores worked with some of the most dangerous criminals in the world to import massive quantities of cocaine and marijuana into the United States,” said Acting Assistant Attorney General Raman. 
“As a leader of the Gulf Cartel, one of the most notorious criminal enterprises in Mexico or the United States, he endangered the lives of innocent people on both sides of the border.  As a result of today’s sentencing, he will spend 35 years in federal prison as punishment for his crimes.”

“DEA and its partners use every law enforcement tool possible to bring to justice drug cartel leaders and facilitators who inflict damage on both sides of the border,” said DEA Administrator Leonhart.  “Aurelio Cano-Flores used his position as a Mexican police officer to help one of the most violent and brutal drug trafficking organizations in the world bring vast amounts of drugs into the United States. 
 
Like many other cartel leaders, he posed a threat to the citizens of both the United States and Mexico.  We are confident and pleased that justice was served today by the pronouncement of his lengthy U.S. prison sentence."  continues on next page

Following a trial  that lasted over two weeks, Cano Flores was convicted by a federal jury on Feb. 26, 2013, of one count of conspiracy to distribute five kilograms or more of cocaine and 1,000 kilograms or more of marijuana, knowing and intending the substances would be unlawfully imported into the United States.
Cano Flores was one of 19 defendants charged in a superseding indictment on Nov. 4, 2010, with drug trafficking offenses.  He was extradited to the United States from Mexico in August 2011 and was ordered detained in federal custody pending trial. 
Evidence presented at trial included dozens of lawfully intercepted telephone conversations between Cano Flores and other leaders of the Gulf Cartel, as well as testimony from previously convicted Cartel members. 
 According to the trial evidence, Cano Flores began working for the Gulf Cartel in approximately 2001, while he was serving as a police officer in Mexico.  During his time as a police officer, Cano Flores recruited others into the Gulf Cartel, collected drug money and escorted large shipments of cartel drugs to the U.S. border.

Cano Flores ultimately rose through the ranks of the Gulf Cartel to become a major transporter of narcotics within Mexico to the U.S. border and became the Cartel’s top representative in the important border town of Los Guerra, Tamaulipas, Mexico. 
As the “plaza boss” for Los Guerra, Cano Flores oversaw the mass distribution of cocaine and marijuana into the United States on a daily basis. 

Testimony established that between 2000 and 2010, the Gulf Cartel grew from an organization of only 100 members controlling three border towns to an organization of 25,000 people controlling the drug trade over approximately half of Mexico. 
As established during the trial, the means and methods of this conspiracy included corruption, murder, kidnapping and intimidation.
The case was prosecuted by Trial Attorneys Darrin McCullough and Sean Torriente of the Criminal Division’s Narcotic and Dangerous Drug Section. 
The Criminal Division’s Office of International Affairs provided significant assistance in the provisional arrest and extradition of Cano Flores, and the Asset Forfeiture and Money Laundering Section provided assistance at sentencing. 

The investigation in this case was led by the DEA Houston Field Division’s Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Strike Force and the DEA Bilateral Investigation Unit.  The case was part of the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force’s Operation “Day of Reckoning.”

DEA-DOJ Press Release

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Anonymous said...

Much respect to the chief, so many he put his neck out for and in the end they all betrayed him. You can demonize who you like, that does not matter only the truth matters. The moral values of both EU and Mexico are complete shit. One day whether it be years from now or decades from now they will legalize drugs, with the blood on their hands only. They never accepted the blame for the bullshit prohibition of alcohol, and they will not for this. It is them who forces these wars. Saludos from Tamaulipas

Anonymous said...

Wow Cano got off easy
15billion $

Anonymous said...

"$15 billion"

Got to be in pesos. :)

Anonymous said...

He made bad choices now he has to live with the consequences.no sympathy here

Anonymous said...

he should probably do maybe half that time...but how is he supposed to forfeit 15 billion of hard earned drug moneys?? does someone usually make that much in 10 years

Anonymous said...

The game is the game...you play hard & you pay hard...

Anonymous said...

fitting alias

Anonymous said...

What does it mean for him to "forfeit 15 billion dollars"? Does anyone know how this works? Surely he doesn't have access to $15bil. And what would happen if he just refused?

Anonymous said...

Osiel Cardenas the man who elevated the Gulf Cartel ,the leader who is reponsible for the creation of los Zetas and La Familia Michioacana only got 20 yrs and this idiot who was not even the number 5 in the CDG gets 35yrs crazy!!! . He has to give up " 15 Billion in drug proceeds "this guy does not have that amount of money only people like El Chapo or El Mayo have that type of currency.

CarreteraDurangoMazatlan said...

Yes and in the EU the people are protected by laws which are separately legislated, adjudicated, and enforced by three separate but equal systems. It is not a perfect system but it is a system that allows due process - unlike the narco or that makes his own law, then judges, then executes.

If you think the US has "blood on its hands" for enforcing laws that the people elected representatives to legislate you might be happier with the dictator environments where a narco, a war lord or King David kills you just so he can have your wife.

Anonymous said...

Mexican and American moral values are shit? What about the moral values of this fool? If he was betrayed is because he was a traitor himself. What about the millions of persons whose life he affected with his drugs, and what about all the innocents killed? He is lucky he only got 35 years, if I was the judge I would sentence every drug dealer either to life in prison or to death by hanging. Fuck all those mofos that at the end they're nothing but a bunch of cry babies. I hope his punk ass dies in jail. Greetings from Texas. Saludos desde Texas.

Anonymous said...

So you think the cartels are just performing a public service?

Havana Pura said...

Mamito testified for the government at this trial as well as the Jose treviño morales trial.

Anonymous said...

In the end, they all bow down to their boss, The U. S. GOVERNMENT........ GOOD JOB ANF MY TAX Money WELL SPENT.

Anonymous said...

Lol coke dealers in the US can get life in federal and this mass murdering crimes against humanity drug traffiker only gets 35? The USA is more corrupt than Mexico.

Anonymous said...

u surely dont know the demand of drugs in the usa and the amount of money it makes .. chapo or not if ur in a cartel moving and handling shipments across all usa towns cities the amount of money made is incredible !

Anonymous said...

Hi Chivis. What an awesome ending to another scumbag. Thanks for the update,I often wonder what happens to these guys. I'm LOL because most people don't inderstand that 35 years plus 15 billion dollars means...you only can get out after you give the Justice Dept. 15 billion. So, if he doesn't have the cash...he's in prison forever. He gave testimony in what 2 trials and this was the best plea deal? This made my day. And, screw all you whinny cartel members who love the guy. Peace. Texas Grandma.

Anonymous said...

Osiel Cardenas was the mero mero from CDG and he was convicted less than 15 years ago, FYI.

Anonymous said...

I thought the highest ranking CDG members to be convicted in the U.S. were Obrego and Cardenas who are former leaders of the whole cartel

Anonymous said...

Osiel Cardenas gave up info on others thats why he got such a short sentence....

Anonymous said...

the greed of the US gov't is so transparent here. but hey, this is what the drug war is all about...that big payday. you think that money is going to go anywhere useful other than in the pockets of corrupt bureaucrats, police, and judges? At least drug dealers are productive and help spurr the economy.

Anonymous said...

Fuck your tax payers money ass hole

Anonymous said...

The U.S.D.O.J. ruling that Mr. Cano forfeit $15 billion in drug trafficking proceeds is purely symbolic in nature. Mr. Cano does'nt have that money. It is probably the estimated amount of street value of the drugs he managed to traffic into the U.S. I'll tell you who does though: the Cardenas-Guillén family and the corrupt politicians, like Tomás Yarrington and Eugenio Hernández, who protected them. I wonder who gave him up?! Anybody at BB have any info on the Vicente Zambada Niebla sentencing. I heard on the T.V. that he got a slap on the wrist! Three years! This by the same agency that sentenced Cano to 35yrs. for the same shit! No, their is no favoritismo on the part of the U.S. govt.-CIA, DEA, FBI for el cartel del Chapito, Mayito, Azul! Or maybe better lawyers. Or both. Greetings from South Texas. Saludos desde el Sur de Texas

Anonymous said...

Mamito a liccle Snitch,atte: E-Zeta

Anonymous said...

Pretty soon the U.S. government will bow to China their boss who owns over 13 trillion in american debt.

Anonymous said...

CarreteraDurangoMazatlan
"If you think the US has "blood on its hands" for enforcing laws that the people elected representatives to legislate you might be happier with the dictator environments where a narco, a war lord or King David kills you just so he can have your wife"
Well spoken bro,without law we have absolutely nothing.Sometimes people are to blinded by nationalism.It is not about that,it is about having a safe prosperous country in which to live,many different peoples living amongst each other.No law,we have jungle law where people do as they please without thought or respect for anyone else.

Anonymous said...

They may take it in assets like cars houses etc. but I could be wrong.

Anonymous said...

Do u Vicente zambada will get the same?

Chivis said...

RE: HIGHEST CDG MEMBER CONVICTED

Osiel was not convicted, he cut a plea in exchange for a 25 year sentence.

Yankee is the highest member CONVICTED.

Anonymous said...

He is highest ranking convicted by trial because it is extremely rare for large trafficker to go to trial 99% of time they take plea deal.
And to
Hi Chivis. What an awesome ending to another scumbag. Thanks for the update,I often wonder what happens to these guys. I'm LOL because most people don't inderstand that 35 years plus 15 billion dollars means...you only can get out after you give the Justice Dept. 15 billion. So, if he doesn't have the cash...he's in prison forever. He gave testimony in what 2 trials and this was the best plea deal? This made my day. And, screw all you whinny cartel members who love the guy. Peace. Texas Grandma.
May 14, 2013 at 9:22 AM

You are wrong. It is a 35 year sentence. The money is completely separate issue. If after he gets released and he makes any legal money in the US, they will seize it towards the 15 billion. It is a symbolic amount they do not expect to get anywhere near that from him. I doubt even 10million. Any money they get towards that they have already seized in the form of cash seized in the investigation, and any property and assets.

Anonymous said...

That is what you get when you take it to jury. If he had plea he probably would have done 20 yrs, and that without snitching.

I said it before, you get twice as much if you dare to challenge the FEDS!

Anonymous said...

You dont do half your time in fed prison.he will do almost all of it. No parole system with feds

Anonymous said...

Drug users and drug dealers are all bottom feeders losers in life

Anonymous said...

It aint just the u.s gvt the mexican gvt is even worse.greed is greed i dont care where the hell it comes from.its a human character flaw

lulubird said...

That's some bullshit! How is this guy going to get more time than osiel????

Anonymous said...

They already have it! Think.

Anonymous said...

Yea thats our fault for letting all our companies go over there.they wanted their shit made cheap and its biting us in the ass.they have shitty quality and i go out of my way not to buy things made there.china made their money off of our companies doing this and shame on us for that.but i still say if u dont like the u.s stay the fuck out!!!

Anonymous said...

Just because you say it doesn't make it true! Life usually means parole in 10-20 years! Life w/out parole is different. No the US is not corrupt as mexico AND you know it! What did you do to make you call the US as corrupt as Mexico? Huh?

Anonymous said...

Do you think the killings are productive and a boost to the economy? I could care less about the money. Get all of them they can!

Anonymous said...

Doubt it. Nothing stays the same. Shit happens. China could sink in the earth for all you know.

Anonymous said...

The u.s. will clear their debt by going to nuclear war with cina

Anonymous said...

Y dicen que Los de Sinaloa son relajes.
Al final del interrogatorio, el fiscal Gardner preguntó a Rejón si Miguel Ángel Treviño lo había entregado a las autoridades mexicanas después de la muerte del agente del Servicio de Inmigración y Control de Aduanas de Estados Unido Jaime Zapata en febrero de 2011. “Sí, creo que él me puso”, respondió el testigo.

Anonymous said...

Cardenas worked for the government to get a lighter sentence he is a rat

Anonymous said...

Mexican, American, Black, White, Brown...they should all be treated the same...Just like China did back in 1949, take them out in the street and put another hole in their head...minus the communist politics of course. Contrary to pop culture's iconic view of Che Guevara, commies ain't cool.

Anonymous said...

Y si eso es para el pinche doz froteraz pinche alucin todos los jefes entregan a sus aliados para quedar bien con los chingones del govierno hay ta alucin de doz fronteraz !!tu 40 entrego a sus picadores los de policia federal a todos los que estaban arriva de el o los mando ejecutar y te quejas de los golfos o chapos...

Anonymous said...

Cool. Sorry the sentence wasn't even longer. How many people has this guy killed? or his crew killed? US Fed prison is no joke though. Hopefully he will get only one hour of light of day for the next 35 years. The US shouldn't let these guys plea....just lock them up for good.

Anonymous said...

@May 14, 2013 at 9:07 AM mexico doesn't even arrest much less sentence them to jail its criminals. so mexico is actually worse.

Anonymous said...

El Chaputo pone a su gente para demostrar que el Gobierno de Mexico si les pega.Tambien el joto del Vicentillo anda cante y cante dicen que hasta va ser en nuevo composior de un nuevo grupo de corridos de Sinaloa que va estar el Gerardo Ortiz tambien jajajaja!De tanto que canta por eso estan el Chaputo los entrega!

El Mamito se metio en un problemon en que su gente matara a los agentes del Ice en SLP.Nadien quiere problemas con el gobierno de USA.A ningun cartel le combiene matar a un agente de Estados Unidos!Por eso lo entrego porque se le dormio el gallo al Mamito!

Doz Fronteras!

Chaputo puts his own people so they can say the Mexican Government is hitting them.While Vicentilo sings"snitches" on all his people and he sings good!They are even saying he is going to a new Sinaloa Corrido band with Geradro Ortiz lol because he sings perfectly on his people!

Mamito got in a big problem when his people killed the ice agent in SLP.No one wants problems with the US Government.Any cartel wouldn't like problems with the US anyone know that!That's why Mamito got turned in!

Anonymous said...

Y ARRIBA EL GOLFO!!

Anonymous said...

GOLFA FOR LIFE!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Don't be ignorant ppl 15billion means there taking everything he ever owned in his life even the underwears he had when he got arrested that way when he comes out he goes bck to the same shit and hopefully next time he gets killed just like a wheel of fortune goes around and around no one in.the drug business well ever reach that amount with all the protection there having to buy and the corruption there having to do in other countrys u.s government ain't stupid there all for them selfs only

Anonymous said...

Don't forget Manuel Cavazos Lerma.

Anonymous said...

In federal prison life means life, in Texas state prison life is up to 30 years flat, if you get an aggravated life sentence then is life, you come out in a box.

Chivis said...

Message to reader trying to have comments posted that are attacking a BB regular. Personal attacks are not going to be posted, especially your disgusting comments. You seriously need help if you are going to spend 3 days sending countless of vile comments against another person who is only giving her opinion and not speaking badly about you or any other reader.

Not going to happen as long as the delete button is in front of me.

Give it a rest and save your energy

Anonymous said...

We all could for that matter.god gonna get tired of all human beings nonsense

Anonymous said...

What good would that do? Then everybody would be dead.oh well then we wouldnt have to worry about any of this garbage

Anonymous said...

Thank you for setting me straight chivis I appreciate your work :)

Anonymous said...

"He is the highest ranking"

Thanks for informing me

Anonymous said...

the u.s is nowhere in as much debt as china has fudged the books of their gdp, most of those numbers are tied up in barren ghost cities with huge infrastructure where no one lives... so their housing buble will be much worse than ours when it pops.
no i wasnt playing cheerleader, i was just amazed at how much restitution he must pay, regardless of how you look at it 15 billion is just a huge number, im still trying to wrap my head around how ingrained these cartels are in daily mexican life... 15 bil. would have to represent a lot of drugs over a long time...i thought the name yeyo was spelled, yayo. street name for coke...it fits his moniker..

Anonymous said...

You go chivis!! I know this is off topic but do u have an update on la chucky? Still have bad flashbacks of that mess of a face lol.just curious if she actually went to trial and was sentenced

Anonymous said...

Cardenas never elavated CDG he actually ruined it in a way

Anonymous said...

He should have gotten LIFE under RICO seeing as though he was a Po-Po and used that for the purpose of furthering narco business. Shame oaths of office for the protectors of the people mean nothing in Mx.

Cuando hay una problema su abuela no puede llamarlos porque ellos son peor que criminales

Anonymous said...

They all rat.

Anonymous said...

Dumbass for your short life

Anonymous said...

Chivis thank you for deleting idiots whom attack others here whom have a right to comment on scumbag drug dealers who are the real devils of society. those whom blame the US or Mexico you need a reality check. their are millions of people whom chose not to deliver or deal drugs why didn't the cartels choose a righteous path instead.

Anonymous said...

Puro pinche golfo!!! CDG XxX over n out!

Anonymous said...

the Mexican Mafia Eme is connected with the Gulf Cartel in California, Chicago and Texas. what is the FBI DEA and ICE waiting for?

Anonymous said...

35years for a murder? its that the american justice? at least in Mexico they put a bullet in their chest

Anonymous said...

El senor Don Juan Garcia Abrego del CDG got 7 life sentences. He was el jefe de jefes for CDG. He got caught on 1/14/1996 in Monterey, Nl. Arriba Mexico cabrones!!!

Anonymous said...

Chivis or Tijuano, what happened with the Vicente Zambada case?

Anonymous said...

The US robbed raped and murdered the natives on the land you call America
They stole iraq by manipulating us to send our kids to fight for oil and poppy

Anonymous said...

The treasury department made narcotics illigal for its own economic benifit and the benefit of its most adored investors. Not the u.s public as some fools spat out with no thought. this prohibition has isolated the merchant and being isolated in a land with no opportunity you know what happens. the mexican government is really jus doin what u.s orders to do so that mexican government can keep gettin paid. their government and our government are just in it so they can get paid they are capitalist pigs who see you as cattle a means to an end. narcos have turnd into the same as them or basicly they are the same wana be tyrants in a land full of nobodie. end capitalism and thismadness along with its poison shall end. narcotics are not the problem narcotics are here as a by-product of how this crooked system is making us as humans feel. end one thing and the other attachedments shall soon follow

Anonymous said...

If you dont like the u.s you don't have to get out. just make it hard for the ones yo hate Nd are ruinig the Iand to live. I mean that maybe just a dream of any one who wish to end the rule of the burgoise. bet we less greedy and piggy folk would treat this place better than any capitalist pigg!!...you Egotistical scum of this side of the planet

Anonymous said...

If th US taxed just the CDG, imagine how much of the debt would be wiped out! This is just one guy with a ton of money. Now what if they taxed all the drug runners. That's a lot of money they earn.

Anonymous said...

Ojalá que cuando te sentencien a 20 años de prisión te sientas igual de orgulloso, y no salgas llorando en las noticias al igual que Oziel acá en Houston, que cuando lo tenían encerrado en la celdas de confinamiento solitario se la pasaba llorando a gritos como niña de 15 años que lo mandaran para atrás para México. Cuando le pasaron la sopa se andaba suicidado.

Anonymous said...

Chivis
Wasn't Garcia Abrego the highest ever convicted? He didnt cut a PLEA DEAL, he took it to court and got about 11 life sentences

Anonymous said...

Juan Roberto Rincón Rincón, former Gulf Cartel boss was sentenced yesterday to life in prison by a Federal Court in Brownsville, TX.

Anonymous said...

"The U.S.D.O.J. ruling that Mr. Cano forfeit $15 billion in drug trafficking proceeds is purely symbolic in nature"
This is the answer for any fools who think he actually has an amount like that?It is symbolic!

Anonymous said...

Never heard of this guy. Talk to me when you catch this El Chapo guy.

Anonymous said...

MATAMOROS TAMAULIPAS,REYNOSA Y NUEVO LAREDO,RIO BRAVO,SAN FERNANDO,VALLE HERMOSO Y EL EXTRANJERO..
DONDE QUIERA ANDA EL GOLFO,ANDAN ROLANDO DINERO!!

Anonymous said...

May 14, 2013 at 3:23 PM
"Just like China did back in 1949, take them out in the street and put another hole in their head"
Yeah,yeah,yeah,we get it.Why don't you start?When you see a dealer or user in the street,go clean that mess up,go up to them and call the police,or do a citizens arrest?Put your actions where your mouth is.You must see shady people everywhere?Why don't you do something about it?You sound like a tough guy.You go chuck,put a bullet in their head?

Chivis said...

Yes sir, Juan Garcia Ábrego WAS the last high level narco caught and proscecuted in the US.

That is who the DEA is speaking of in this press release. He was placed on the Most Wanted list in 1994 and caught in 1995.

I think he was the first ever narco the United States placed on the MOST WANTED list....Paz, Chivis

Anonymous said...

puro mexikanemi pendejo.

Anonymous said...

May 15, 2013 at 9:56 AM, what about my comment got your pannies in a wad? I think your confusing Chuck Norris with Travis Bickle.

To respond to your suggestions, I do confront them, I do call the cops, and when my dog barks I do walk outside with my .45 in hand. I care about my neighborhood and my country. What do you do?

Anonymous said...

@ matamoros tamaulipas, reynosa y nvo.laredo...
ALL I HAVE TO SAY IS TIJUANA, JUAREZ Y CULIACAN
AQUI SE MUEVE EL DINERO CULQUIERA DE ESTOS LUGARES SOLITOS MUEVEN MAS MERCA QUE todo tu jodido tamaulipas..jajaja... PURO TDO!!!


saludos desde Badiraguato

Anonymous said...

Pues mira doz froterrazz,savias que el mamito el amarrillo el lucky cantaron bien las rancheras con el govierno a si que no te queda desir que el visentillo y el chapo entregan a su jente todos los pinches lideres tienen que entregar a alguien de mediana y alto rango dentro del cartel, ya deja de yoriquiar con los golfos chapos y demas carteles...hai esta el mismo mamito declaro ante el juez que el 40 lo entrego por algo el talivan lo culpava de traidor jajajaja

Anonymous said...

May 15, 2013 at 5:05 AM
"The US robbed raped and murdered the natives on the land you call America
They stole iraq by manipulating us to send our kids to fight for oil and poppy"
Who the fuck woke him up?What are you bangin on about now skeez?Aint that custer an all that shit?
Custer got murked so fuck him,and fuck you and the pillow you love so much,go back asleep,we,ll give you a shout in a month or two.

Anonymous said...

"Lol coke dealers in the US can get life in federal and this mass murdering crimes against humanity drug traffiker only gets 35? The USA is more corrupt than Mexico."

Yes, the murders committed were done in Mx. So, it's Mexico's job to try and convict him for the murders. The US is interested solely in crimes which enter its borders or affects its citizens.

Anonymous said...

The California M and the Texas M are way different. There are no Golfas en Califas.

Anonymous said...

There is only one jefe de jefes.. GA wasn't.

Anonymous said...

Juan Garcia Abrego es mi tio y ese si era el verdadero Jefes de Jefes 111 desde California y 119 para la familia Cardenas Guillen que con ellos andamos al 18 parejon ... Arriva toda la Familia Garcia kabronez

Anonymous said...

Partner .... Said who lol puro Golfo kabron y ando laborando en el Valle de California pendejo

Anonymous said...

15 BILLION FOR THOSE WHO DON'T UNDERSTAND!!! It is in case he or some hollywood producer publishes a best seller based on his life when he is behind bars and maybe becomes a gangster movie and their is a huge profit the rest of his family or him won't collect a dime. He will be able to work if still alive after jail and maybe deduct a nominal fee but that would be up to Mexico if it cooperates.
El Lobo

Anonymous said...

Lol the natives where already killing and sacrificing themselves.
El Lobo

Anonymous said...

No mames wey y Osama bin Laden es tu abuelita 666 desde TX y 6666 para la bola de wanna be's ass jokesters al mil con las mamadas y al 0 con lacras y tiro arriba and all that other stupid shit these dumbasses say hahaha. And there is only one jefe de jefes y ese es mi pito.

Anonymous said...

Forget about your neighborhood, if you care about this country then I just remind you that we are at war right now, and might get involved in another one soon, what are you waiting to join the US Armed Forces? If you have a. 45 in your hand, then why you have to call the police?

Anonymous said...

Las aguilas andan solas las hurrakas en parvada.....reynosa ratatatatatamaulipas reportandose señores..

Anonymous said...

The Mexican MAfia Eme is connected with CDG in Texas. The United States government will bust la EME???????

Anonymous said...

Allá en Badiraguato solo mueven mangos, plátanos, piňas y aguacates, ni para comprar zapatos tienen, andan levantando las llantas voladas de la carretera para hacerse huaraches. La poca droga que hay la mueven los pesados, ya deja de estar soñando y vete a vender jícamas para que le des de comer a tu familia.

Anonymous said...

May 15, 2013 at 2:13 PM
"I think your confusing Chuck Norris with Travis Bickle"
No,i was talking about Chuck Bickle.And yes,i also confront wrongdoers on a daily basis with my dick in my hand,just like you.And i also call the cops on anyone i see who hasn't mown their lawn to the right length,just like you and BTK.So don't think i don't care.I also have undies like the Stars & Stripes,do you?But,also go combat,but anyway you go Travis.

Anonymous said...

May 15, 2013 at 10:50 PM
"Forget about your neighborhood, if you care about this country then I just remind you that we are at war right now"
That's what i was saying,why doesn't he go and join up and fight,instead of wanting to kill people who are taking drugs?Is their crime so bad?He has a 45,but calls the police on kids and girls,and sets his dog on them?I just don't get what his problem is?How can he want to get kids and girls arrested when there are more important issues at hand?

Anonymous said...

May 15, 2013 at 10:44 PM,
Good morning, I am well aware of the many possible war fronts our Nation is facing; I still have friends and family that continue to serve. I’m now more concerned with the domestic front, locally. Yes I do carry a .45, but I also respect and abide by the laws of my land. If you think you can just walk up to someone and shoot them without cause, you would then find yourself in an entire different kind of shit. You ask why I have to call the police, if I have a gun in my hand. Well, I’m not going to call the cops every time I walk outside to check my property; that’s why Texas has RC123 - Texas Castle Doctrine. I am not advocating vigilante justice; my reference to China/1949 was advocating a more swift and strict penalty system. If offenders were eliminated immediately, then statistically the market would begin to shrink.

"When seconds count, the police are only minutes away"

-Peace from Texas

Anonymous said...

May 15, 2013 at 10:44 PM,
Good morning, I am well aware of the many possible war fronts our Nation is facing; I still have friends and family that continue to serve. I’m now more concerned with the domestic front, locally. Yes I do carry a .45, but I also respect and abide by the laws of my land. If you think you can just walk up to someone and shoot them without cause, you would then find yourself in an entire different kind of shit. You ask why I have to call the police, if I have a gun in my hand. Well, I’m not going to call the cops every time I walk outside to check my property; that’s why Texas has RC123 - Texas Castle Doctrine. I am not advocating vigilante justice; my reference to China/1949 was advocating a more swift and strict penalty system. If offenders were eliminated immediately, then statistically the market would begin to shrink.

"When seconds count, the police are only minutes away"

-Peace from Texas

Anonymous said...

I am from Tamaulipas. Does anyone know where "Los Guerra" Tamaulipas is? Because we here have no heard of this place. pretty sure it is no border town

Anonymous said...

Pues mira doz froterrazz,savias que el mamito el amarrillo el lucky cantaron bien las rancheras con el govierno a si que no te queda desir que el visentillo y el chapo entregan a su jente todos los pinches lideres tienen que entregar a alguien de mediana y alto rango dentro del cartel, ya deja de yoriquiar con los golfos chapos y demas carteles...hai esta el mismo mamito declaro ante el juez que el 40 lo entrego por algo el talivan lo culpava de traidor jajajaja

Al Mamito le estan cuidando su familia wey en Mexico por eso dijo nomas los que tenia que decir minimo no canta el famoso corrido del Sinaloa que dicen que hasta ya se va sacar un nuevo corrido el Vicentillo llamado "El #1 Snitch de Sinaloa" jajajaja

Y al Vicentillo quien lo puso? no que en el CDS los familiares de los altos mandos de ese cartel no se les toca ni con la una flor como las viejas? Quien entrego al Vicentillo? Fue el Chapo?

Doz Fronteras!

;)

Anonymous said...

@5/15/13 9:15PM Are you talking about the tarahumara, aztecas, olmecs and chichimecas? They all were cannibals.

Anonymous said...

@8:07PM pues ponte a piscar camotes y manzanas no te vayan a correr por huevón.

Anonymous said...

La eme is already behind bars. That is how it got started.
El Lobo

Anonymous said...

Chivis its still a CONVICTION. He just pled guilty as part of the deal and this dude was found guilty by a jury. Osiels was Convicted nevertheless....by his own admission

Anonymous said...

Pues si con tu familia amenasada como son los mugrozozz zetas como va hablar a ver dime que arias tu en ese lugar?y sobre la entrega del vicentillo quien alla sido el caso guey es que todo los carteles entregan jente asi le podran aser un cortido de chismoso pero tu 40 ya tiene dos corridotes EL JUDAZZ CHINNN HAHAHA POR QUE LE PONDRIAN ASI...POR ALGO EL TALIVAN LO ACUSAVA...Y COMO QUEDO EL MAMITO Y EL LUCKY SORPRENDIDOS QUE EL UNICO QUE SAVIA SUS UVICACIONES ERA EL 40 QUE RRARO MEJOR HAY QUE QUEDARSE CALLADOS POR QUE LA NETA NO LE QUEDA A UNO DEFENDER A ALGUIEN QUE NO TIENE VELO EN LA VIDA DE UNO....YO TE COMENTO LAS COSAS COMO YO LA VEO Y POR TU IPOCRECIA DE DEFENDER A UN CARTEL QUE ASE LO MISMO QUE OTROS CARTELES.LA TRAICION Y LA AVARICIA ESTA EN TODOS LOS CARTELES...YO NOMAS TE DIGO UNA COSA YO NO APOYO A NINGUN CARTEL...PARA MI SON LO MISMO LO PEOR QUE LE PUDO PASAR A MI MEXICO CON TANTA SANGRE DERRAMADA POR ELLOS LOS FAMOSOS CARTELES DE LA MUERTE.

Anonymous said...

Bye bye. Good riddens for the next 35 years. Hopefully not one year less.

Anonymous said...

His life is essentially over. The fed system is not like the state, he willl do every bit of thirty five years.
Couldn't have happened to a better guy!!!
Laters, I hope you enjoy the rest of your life rotting away in prison!!!

Anonymous said...

@May 16 at 2:20pm

White europeans were also cannibals it just depends on what civilization. Eurocentric history writing is over.

Anonymous said...

He lived a good short life now he suffers the rest. (simple) He knew the price. America land of the free (where we have the most oil reserve best milatary . Then again we have some of the highest gas prices and havent won a war in so long (vietnam we came back losers cuba smallest countrie fucked us up in bay of pigs, irak laughed at us afganistan too still cant beat them most liklwy will quit there like nam mexico(a war us started with plan merida) also going to lose. I love my country but we have corrupt leaders too they jusy dont get dirtty and aim high who they steal frm. Yes we do have blood on hands face it we mess up other countries for personal $$ like Irak no bombs but we had pics and proof there where . Bush just wanted to fi.ish what his dad couldnt.respect to our milatary that fight for us but in reallity for our poltician $$$

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