Thursday, May 23, 2013

Gulf Cartel Attorney Gunned Down in Southlake, Texas

Updated
Thursday afternoon Texas officials with the Southlake Police Department confirmed the victim of Wednesday's daylight shooting murder was Juan Jesus Guerrero Chapa.

The 43-year-old Mexican citizen is believed to have been a lawyer for the notoriously violent Gulf Cartel . He had represented members of a powerful drug cartel whose leaders were recently sentenced to U.S. federal prison, according to media reports on both sides of the border.

It was not immediately clear whether attorney Juan Jesus Guerrero Chapa was involved in the two cases.

Gulf Cartel leader Juan Roberto Rincon-Rincon was sentenced to life in prison May 15 in a federal court in Brownsville for his role in a drug-trafficking conspiracy that involved more than 10 million kilograms of marijuana.

The sentence was enhanced because he used “grenades, rocket launchers, homemade cannons and automatic weapons” during the operation, according to a news release.

In the District of Columbia on May 13, Aurelio Cano Flores — also a leader in the Gulf Cartel, which operates on the South Texas-Mexico border — was sentenced to 35 years in prison and ordered to forfeit $15 billion in drug proceeds for conspiring to import cocaine and marijuana into the U.S., according to a news release.

Four separate law enforcement sources familiar with the investigation identified the victim as Juan Jesus Guerrero Chapa, 43, of Nuevo Leon, Mexico.
"The photo above is a mugshot of the victim from an arrest in Miami, Florida" -K. Mennem

The Mexico City-based newsmagazine Proceso, which reported Thursday that Guerrero was “executed,” described him as an alleged narcoabogado (a lawyer for drug dealers) who is believed to have participated in the “legal defense of members of the Gulf Cartel.”

The Dallas Morning News reported that Guerrero was the personal attorney to Gulf Cartel leader Osiel Cardenas Guillen, citing a U.S. investigator who spoke on the condition of anonymity.

Cardenas is serving a 25-year sentence in the U.S. on drug-trafficking and other charges.

According to Proceso, Guerrero was arrested on drug charges by the Mexican military on Feb. 26, 2002, and taken to the maximum-security prison known as La Palma.

At the time of his arrest in 2002, Guerrero was representing the second-highest ranking leader of the Gulf Cartel, Osiel Cárdenas Guillén.  The attorney was soon freed because of an apparent lack of evidence, Proceso reported.
Chapa lived in legally in a highly-secure, gated community in Southlake with his family. A guard at the front gate prevents uninvited guests from entering.

Wednesday afternoon the city of Southlake had its’ first murder in more than a decade. The murder happened when a gunman walked up to a married couple, sitting in their Range Rover in the parking lot of the city’s popular Southlake Town Square and fired several shots.

"I don’t want to speculate on the motivation of the suspects but everything we’re receiving is this is not a random shooting," Mylett told NBC 5 on Wednesday. "This was a targeted incident."

Police say the 43-year-old man had been sitting in the passenger seat of a Range Rover with his wife parked in the parking lot of the city's popular Southlake Town Square, near Banana Republic, when a white SUV pulled up next to them.
Witnesses say a masked shooter got out and fired at least five rounds with a gun that possibly had a silencer on it. The male victim was hit multiple times by the gunfire and later died at Baylor Regional Medical Center at Grapevine.

The shooter escaped with a getaway driver and was last seen driving West on Southlake Boulevard, police said. Investigators only have a general description of the suspects.

Chapa, who was sitting in the passenger’s seat, and was shot at least five times. Police say most of the bullets hit him in the upper torso. They recovered 9 casings from the scene.

His wife was in the driver’s seat and wasn’t injured. She and the couple’s three teenage children are currently under police protection.

The suspect, who was the passenger in a white SUV with Texas license plates,emerged with his face covered, fired shots and returned to the vehicle and fled. He’s described at a Hispanic male, 5’7-5’10.
18 tips called in
Authorities have received 18 tips on the shooting since a news conference Thursday, Mylett said.

“As with any investigation of this nature, we have the very slow and arduous task of thoroughly examining evidence, interviewing witnesses and following up on leads,” Mylett said. “We are not going to sacrifice quality for speed.

“This is an ongoing investigation and, ultimately, our goal is to track down and arrest the person who pulled the trigger, along with any other individuals involved in this homicide.”

The investigation team includes representatives from the FBI, the DEA, the Homeland Security Department, the Texas Department of Public Safety, the Texas Rangers, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

Mylett has said Guerrero’s killing — the first in Southlake since 1999 — was carried out by “an organization trained to do this activity.”

The gunman fired at least nine shots at Guerrero as his wife placed shopping bags in the couple’s Range Rover.

Counselors at Carroll schools
The Guerreros, who have lived in Southlake for about two years, have three children. Mylett said a police officer “will be stationed with his wife until this threat passes.”
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said Friday that Guerrero was a Mexican citizen living legally in the United States.

A spokeswoman for the Southlake-based Carroll school district declined to say whether the children are enrolled.

“Police have chosen not to release any information about the family,” said Julie Thannum, assistant superintendent for board and community relations.

The school district has not taken additional security measures, Thannum said. “We have not put anything special in place that night or since. But, obviously, just like everybody in the Metroplex, we are watching it very closely,” she said. “It’s a little bit of a shocker.”

Counselors were on standby to work with students who might want to discuss the fatal shooting.

‘Deal with the consequences’
Rincon-Rincon was a leader of the cartel — known as a lieutenant or plaza boss — who used violence and bribed law officers and news media as part of the operation, according to a news release from the U.S. attorney’s office in Houston.

The 42-year-old from Matamoros, Mexico, was convicted of conspiring to possess with the intent to distribute and import more than 5 kilograms of cocaine and 1,000 kilograms of marijuana from January 2002 until his arrest in October 2011.

During sentencing, U.S. District Judge Hilda G. Tagle told Rincon-Rincon that “you enjoyed the fruits of that lifestyle. Now, it is time for you to deal with the consequences,” the news release states.

As plaza boss, Rincon-Rincon was accused of “maintaining control of the region to ensure safe passage of the Gulf Cartel’s narcotics and ensuring no narcotics passed through his area … without his approval or knowledge,” according to the release.

Cano, 40, who worked as a police officer in Mexico, was convicted in February of one count of conspiracy to distribute 5 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,” according to a news release from the Justice Department.

“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,” acting Assistant Attorney General Mythili Raman said.
Presumably the same person but I might not bet the farm on it. 

A wordpress blog identifies Juan Jesus Guerrero Chapa as a cattle rancher in Guanajuato and raises a “wide range of livestock and farm animals.” 

Another page also identified him as the owner of Elite Charolaise Mexico and gives his hometown as McAllen.

Juan Jesus Guerrero Chapa enjoys the regional flavors of the restaurants in his hometown, and he often donates cows and calves to be prepared by Mexican chefs,” the profile said

Proceso adds to his previous life:

In his book Los Narcoabogados, reporter Ricardo Ravelo described Guerrero Chapa,


"Lawyers Juan Jesus Guerrero, Agustin Rojas and Francisco Flores admitted to La Palma (the February 26, 2002). They spoke with Gilberto Garcia Mena (El June), the second most important man of the Gulf cartel to refine the legal strategy, and began efforts to defend the 17 detained, all linked to the Gulf Cartel. However, maneuvering the PGR would end in tragedy. In their investigation, prosecutors found that the Gulf cartel structure was varied and complex: operating not only with an armed group, Los Zetas, but they also had a well-organized network of lawyers, whose task is not only limited to legal work, but who also performed other operating activities. It was, according to the PGR, of lawyers in their professional exceeded the post by doing expected work , but also paid the payroll of the members of the organization and at the same time, relayed instructions to keep the criminal enterprise briskly functioning. All this was done under their profession, whose title and professional license allowed them to enter the prisons, dialogue with customers and define strategies, spending time more or less unnoticed. So they moved the threads in the murky world of criminal law
"Based on these and other documents, the PGR focused their research towards the legal team of Osiel Cardenas, who at that time still enjoyed  freedom and leadership.The main suspect for preforming these tasks was Juan Jesus Guerrero Chapa, legal adviser called Mata Amigos. For PGR this character was, in reality, a narco-lawyer. In and out of the Palma many times wanted or was ordered. He was seen as a litigator carrying out his job, but the veil of suspicion darkened it.

"On leaving the jail the criminal lawyers were persecuted and harassed by plainclothes military, to cause a crash of  their vehicle and capture them. The soldiers walked with their arms to the crashed car and arrested Rojas  Vazquez and Guerrero Chapa, who was blindfolded hit and pushed  into vans. The soldiers realized that Iruegas Flores had several shots to his body but still had signs of life, but left him to his fate. Juan Guerrero Chapa was consigned by the PGR and, later, he was released for lack of evidence "

Lately, Guerrero Chapa and his family enjoyed every luxury, residing in private, exclusively in Southlake; after the execution of the alleged 'narco-lawyer', his wife and children are hiding under police guard.



122 comments:

  1. reminds me of the movie traffic

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    1. 4:18 pm. True but this not a movie based on a real event,it's happening daily. March 20th, Houston, 4 Mexican nationals are doing a mid-level meth.buy with the DEA, broad daylight...in a parking lot of a ritzy hotel. When the undercover guys go to arrest them, one car with 2 guys inside,put the car in reverse and try to run away..dumbass move,then they start shooting at the cops and tried to then run them over. Of course that didn't work either. It reminded me of the BOSTON BOMBER BROTHERS. I know a few do get caught but like the corrupt attorney, it pisses people off in the US when there are freaking shootings happening at the malls.(this hotel is considered part of the Galleria mall). Any innocent could get shot dead or injured. Whether in Mexico or the US, this is way over the top crazy. Thanks for the story, not one word in the major papers about this greedy bastard! Peace to all, Texas Grandma.

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  2. They are really heating it up in Texas, the gulfos don't even care anymore, you can't just execute people in broad daylight and think there won't be reprisals and additional scrutiny from law enforcement. If this was even connected to that.

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    1. Yea and if they get caught in tx for murder youll never see them again i can guarantee ya that.you dont leave a texas prison alive for capital murdee

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  3. This pissed me off! Get the golfos out of Texas.

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    1. lol keep dreaming son, is easier to get rid of you, than all this narcos ( golfos, zetas, juarez)

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    2. Golfos zetas done been here.. who you think all these little gangbangers running around work for to move shit? Cousin of a cousin of a cousin who has that hook up.

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  4. I guess I'm feeling fine that it was a old cartel lawyer that got hit and bad that it has to be Texas $$ taxpayer dollars investigating the crime

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  5. Do you think it is crass to say, "Good!"? He's been alive too long in my book.

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  6. haaaaaaaaahaaaaaahahahahahahahahahahahahahah
    great!!!! . . . another scumbag dead. They fuck shit up in Mexico for the poor and defenseless while they themselves move to the U.S. where "it is safe"

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  7. This guy let his guard down. Got lax going to the mall like he was a normal Joe. Once you live by the sword-you die by the sword.

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  8. The body count in the narco wars just keep on rising. The spill over violence seems to be spreading farther north in the state of Texas. It 's one thing to kill an unknown narco corrido singer in a border city like Mission, but to kill somebody in North Texas in broad daylight, now that's a more serious matter in the eyes of the Texas authorities. You can rest assured the TAG and DPS will get involved due to the victim's connection to the Gulf Cartel. The citizens of Southlake do not this murder to distract them from their passion for their high school football.

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  9. lay down with dogs expect to get fleas.

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  10. K poca otra vez

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  11. Havana! Pinch hitting! Thank you. I always enjoy your choice of stories.

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  12. Retribution for that CAF lawyer Navarro, maybe?

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  13. LOL, what a easy hit.

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  14. This didn't hit our news yet as usual. Why is that? Thank you Borderland Beat.

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    1. Cause the US government wants to keep the US citizens deaf and blind from the real world of the drug war..

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  15. They should've killed the bitch also.

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  16. If these hits grow more and more on usa soil then the usa military is gunna start hammering these bastards. I hope they like reaper and predator drones. They gunna b outside takin a piss and BOOM!!!!!! If the american public has an outcry about these murders happening then our govt will prob do something. Nobody in the states gives a shit what's happening n mexico cuz its not happening here

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    1. Obviously you do care your dumb ass on a Mexican narco blog.STFU

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    2. We do give a shit and we dont want it here either.it just needs to stop on both sides of the border.innocent ppl on both sides are dying on both sides of the border cause of these scumbags

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    3. Dumbass I was talkin bout majority of ppl n usa don't have a clue what's really happening n mexico cuz its not affecting them. I'm n the military n I hope the violence heats up north of the border n they send us n.

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    4. Send you in? Send you in where? In a country you're already at? Calm the fuck down rambo.... moto ass.

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    5. For all you idiots out there, NO the US military aint going get involved. 1. Where are they going to send drones to?? Not mexico, that's an act of war and the US will never declare war on Mexico because of the cartels nor will Mexico allow any US military operatives in Mexico. There's nothing that can be done. These ain't acts of terrorism so the CIA homeland security aint getting involved. Maybe the FBI but by the time they figure shit out there's other guys steeping in to the game. Quit getting ideas that there will be some sort of white uprising against the cartels because that too WILL NOT HAPPEN.

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    6. Blame the drug dealers, what about the 40 million dope American users ? If the dealers exists is because there is a market!

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  17. Acribillan a ‘El Cuervo’, líder los Zeta en Nuevo León

    MÉXICO, D.F.- Un enfrentamiento entre presuntos miembros del crimen organizado y policías ministeriales dejó cinco muertos, entre ellos un presunto líder de Los Zetas, identificado sólo por su sobrenombre, El Cuervo, y cuatro de sus escoltas.

    Los hechos se registraron alrededor de las 17:30 horas sobre la avenida Leones y Pedro Infante, en el sector Cumbres.
    Twister

    De acuerdo con los primeros reportes, los ministeriales perseguían a los presuntos criminales que viajaban a bordo de varios vehículos. Luego se desató una balacera en la que fueron ultimados El Cuervo y cuatro de sus escoltas.

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  18. Good shot, no women or children

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  19. aj showing his blatant racism again. "Extreme Muslims are not liberal minded people, for sure. There are different forms of conservatism"...An ignorant American conservative will always try to use American conservative ideologies ".

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    1. Hey 7:39- i see no sign hide nor hair of AJ on my thread here? Are you hallucinating?

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  20. THIS IS NOT, I REPEAT, IS NOT, SPILLOVER VIOLENCE! SO NONE OF YOU START CLAIMING THAT IT IS.

    --THE QUEEN OF ENGLAND

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  21. Wow! El era de china n.l chivis el ke mal anda mal acaba.

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  22. The DEA blundered that.... hiding Chuy in South Lake! You can't hide someone like him in Texico!

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  23. Everyone in china n.l knew.this guy was still in business. I guess time catches anyone involved in that trade. Ni modo a cuantos inocentes no mataria esa caca de abogado, dejo una viuda con dinero...el sancho tiene todo el tiempo que quiera ahora.

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  24. Al pareser se acaban los pesados de china nuevo leon.... ya van varios pesados que los despachan al infierno donde meresen estar estas escorias.

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  25. hope somebody taped the c-span capital hill hearings on u.s. mexico drug trafficking and crime. it is a must for the forum section maybe even main page. insight crime spoke as well as others.

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  26. Oh no, he ha a silencer! It makes his death like a super double death! I have three of them, and for us legal people who obey the law and love shooting sports with the families, to buy a silencer it goes something like this…. First, you pay for it. Like $600 for a good one 9mm to .45 sized. Then you go to your local Sheriff and get finger printed, and then pay another $200 for the application fee. IF the Sheriff signs off on it, then it goes to the ATF and you go through every background check imaginable. It's and NSF weapon thing, like full auto or short barrel rifle. And you do it for every weapon or silencer you get. OK, now that said, anyone who LEGALLY obtains one is NOT the people you need to worry about. In fact, in some European countries and New Zealand, silencers are MANDATORY because of the sound issues. The people you need to worry about are those who illegally shouldn't even be in a residence with a firearm, and they seem to be the %99 of the circumstances that people needlessly die and no one care to see if anything is against the law. The bad guys have millions of weapons, illegally, and no law or regulation is going to squat about stopping them UNLESS you give them mandatory sentencing and stop letting people who commit a crime with a firearm free to go on lesser charges.
    I hope they find these guys. Two Mexicoans 5'7"-5'10" in a white Expedition should narrow it down to about half the Mexican male population on the American continents.

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    1. Its not an expedition...dumbass.

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    2. What the fuck are you jabbering on about what was your point?

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  27. please don't waste any more tax dollars trying to find the shooters or protecting the wife and kids. These sound like sub-humans who should not be in the US enjoying our lifestyle.

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    1. come on, if police in mexico don't solve the crimes means they are corrupt and if police in texas don't solve the crimes means theh don't care, so that means narcos always win?

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  28. i posted a thread about this, my family knew the guy since kids

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    1. Really 9:58-did everyone know this man was cartel? Did he live in Mexico and his family hidden in Texas? Was it a cartel hit? Yes, right? Tell us here too okay?

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  29. The Proceso part is a good addition. Thank you. Good read Havana

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  30. I'm not really sure about that being a land rover, maybe a land cruiser or a sequoya.. just sayin'

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  31. wow it seems like mexicans lawyers on this side of the border,is as stupid as the ones in mexico, representing drug lords what are they thinking trying to make a name for themselves is only going to get a bullet in their head from their client enemies

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  32. Spillover violence obama says no!!

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  33. Holy shit this happened in southlake tx people this is huge southlake is considered one of the safest places to live in not only texas but the United States. If this can happen their it can happen anywhere the spillover violence is already Here, expect more to come. This lawyer either upset someone in his organization maybe he did t come through in the court room or maybe zetas clipped him bc he was an easy target up here without bodyguards and was located in such a safe environment that was an easy spot to take him out. This will cause a domino effect. There are many zeta cells here in dallas and I'm sure Gulfo however zetas dominate this region . I knew they were in the area but never thought it would hit southlake who is more famous for its rich residents and notorious football team rather then narco executions

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    1. Man fuck southlake this shit happens all over the place already I say good riddance.

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  34. cartel del golfo cleaning house and tying up loose ends

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  35. Southlake Cricket Association, President.May 24, 2013 at 7:13 AM

    There goes the neighborhood! You let one Mexican Drug Cartel Lawyer in and next thing you know, they’re killing people outside of the Banana Republic. I hope no one’s West Highland White Terrier was caught in the multifarious plot by one of the assassin’s aimless bullets.
    I guess Chapa thought he was safe hiding out with all the Paki’s and Gabachos.

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  36. They done fucked up. This gon get the US attention.

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  37. Why has BB not posted anything about the video of the supposed family of the owner of Valor por Tamaulipas? I'm pretty sure he responded to the video, is a story about this ordeal coming? Thanks

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  38. No sympathy for this guy or any narco lawyers who get killed. They are just as bad as those they represent. Pure Garbage.

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  39. I never heard this yet. Glad I keep checking in here. There is always something to read and learn. Why doesn't anyone leave comments on this story? I even "liked" it. As you people say, "it was a good read." And it was.

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  40. Ummm the drug cartels have been here since prohibition times.

    There is absolutely nothing new about stories like these. Have y'all been hiding under a rock?

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    1. Cosa nostra was in the u.s first straight out of sicily doin the same shit

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  41. @7:31 AM Here is the facebook video

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eSeU8lZcsOw

    Here there is an article with transcription of response from Valor por Tamps

    http://rednoticiero.com/iban-por-su-familia-y-plagian-a-otra-valor-por-tamaulipas/

    All from mayo 23, 2013 | By grillonautas

    Can't do anything more now cause I'm at work. This took me forever to respond using mi telefono.

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  42. I see there is some speculation as to whether this is cartel involved. Road rage?

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  43. @11:11pm

    The car he was killed in was a dark colored Range Rover, possibly black.
    The white Toyota is the vehicle the shooter was in.

    I wonder is his death has anything to do with the big marijuana bust that happened in Irving, TX on May 15th.
    It was only about 1,800 pounds but maybe enough to piss somebody off?

    I think he went from being a lawyer for these guys to taking part in trafficking the product up north. Just my 2 cents.

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  44. May 23, 2013 at 7:39 PM
    "aj showing his blatant racism again"
    "Extreme Muslims are not liberal minded people"
    Shut up you fuckin politically correct bitch.What is your point you pussie?Can anyone speak their mind without being called racist?Motherfucker you want to see extreme muslim?Have a look at the bitch ass muslim leader shouting for Sharia law in the UK,at the same time taking handouts from the UK government and calling it money for Jihad?Am i racist for talking about that?You are useless.By the way,the attack in the UK has nothing to do with true Muslims,they are gentle people who have no truck with this.This was a criminal loony attack on a defenseless young dude by useless dogs.

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    1. Majority of Muslims in the world are peaceful and harmonious people; however, you have that extremist minority who seem to be the Muslims who make the most noise, as evidenced by the Boston Bombers and the attack on the Brithish soldier by those muslim fanatics. Mind you extremist Muslims also attack fellow Muslims. That's not to
      say Muslims don't have grievances that need to be addressed. Like the Israeli occupation of the West Bank and the support of Arab dictatorships by Western powers. It's in nobody's interest for the conflicts of Western powers, specifically Anglo oriented nations, and theMuslim world to turn into a hot war. That would be a MAD war. The U.S., UK, France, Israel have the high-tech weaons and Muslims number at 1.4 billion.

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  45. May 23, 2013 at 9:44 PM
    "for us legal people who obey the law and love shooting sports with the families"
    Listen to fuckin Dash Riprock here?Mr legality himself,i guess if you buy a gun"legaly"that means you will never do harm to anyone,,,and if you believe that,pigs fly about in the sky.Dash does everything perfectly,even his shit don't stink.I love guns by the way,but i aint like Dash Riprock,someone please give this guy a medal for valor?It goes like this,,fuck outta here.

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  46. May 24, 2013 at 7:13 AM
    "I guess Chapa thought he was safe hiding out with all the Paki’s and Gabachos"
    Oh you naughty boy,im going to report you to Dash Riprock for your blatant use of humor in this spillover terror that has everyone making underground bunkers.Oh you rotter you.

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  47. why is anybody surprised by this? the cartels have been operating in the American Southwest for generations. As far as the myth that LE wont stand for this is complete bullshit. American LE is also infiltrated by organized crime, just ask old "Nickel Bag" Joe Arpaio, who's "too busy" busting landscapers and teenage boys with pot to "notice" the high rate of kidnappings, murders, car thefts, and drug trafficking that is going on in his jurisdiction. it's no accident that he's there. it's no accident that the state department dropped the charges of corruption and brutality against him.

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  48. it was Zetas via Tango Blast

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    1. Just curious, what makes you think that? Personally I hope they kill eachother off.

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  49. all the wannabies here talk too much shit

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  50. Who cares about Muslims in this instance? What do they have to do with Mexicans killing Mexicans (supposedly a nation of Catholics)? How does any of that stupid shit talk help Mexico? IF I gave you my guns, would you go out and kill your own people?

    ... you dumb fucks!

    Mass corruption, no justice, shitty security, extortion, head lopping, kids begging on the streets, Priests that run away & leave townspeople stranded ... only in a Catholic country.

    Of course the Jefes live in the US ... it's majority Protestant, quiet, and peaceful.

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    1. 12:43 wow bro, I agree 100%.. that's something that I would say... no jk

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  51. ... but, but, but ... Janet Napolitano said the border is secure and there is no danger of spillover violence.

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  52. A cartel hit in South Lake - arguably among one of the safest, cleanest, upper middle class communities in the US - that's like taking a dump on June Cleavers dining room table.

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    1. That's freakin' hilarious!

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    2. It is upper class. I live nearby.

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    3. Me too. I agree. But, I think the June Cleaver comment is the hilarious part. It paints a very colorful picture in my mind.

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  53. what will narcos do when everyone is chipped and all money is done electronically, cashless society

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    1. Probably the reason we are not a cashless society... Politicians and officials have good use for paper money because it can be secreted, buried, or put up in boxes.

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  54. Don't discount the possibility of the wife wanting him hit for personal financial reasons..his associations would make great cover for her

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  55. President Obama talks about the incident http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ynRlFYwczN8

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  56. DPS saying spill over all the way to Southlake. That is all or the extent of their knowledge on the subject-a one trick puddle jumping pony! And Janet Neveraddsnuthin is busy nodding her head.

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  57. "aj showing his blatant racism again"
    no other place to post without registering. so here it is.
    AJ is a rabit liberal and racist it comes out in many posts the above is just one example.

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  58. MENSAJE ESPECIAL PARA LOS GRINGOS Y LAS GOLFAS

    ver lo que sucede a los traidores? jajajaja que pensabas que íbamos a olvidar de ti y que el pasado es el pasado, usted tomó una decisión estúpida, y ahora lo pierde todo, pensaban que eran intocables en su ciudad cómoda segura, con su traje y corbata, bebiendo champán, esto es una advertencia, que traicionan nuestra confianza, no te importa si usted está en Texas, Los Ángeles, Chicago o incluso otro país lejano, vamos a encontrar te, porque asi es la forma en que manejamos nuestro negocio, te metes con nosotros, y es de por vida. no es un juego putitos

    Y EL NUMERO Y LA LETRA SIGUEN RIFANDO ANTI-CHAPUTAS Y GOLFAS

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  59. May 24, 2013 at 12:43 PM
    "Who cares about Muslims in this instance? What do they have to do with Mexicans killing Mexicans (supposedly a nation of Catholics)?"
    Mr,i dont even know what the fuck your talkin about?What was your point again?Bananas kill?

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  60. AJ is Muslim- he can't be racist over his own religion. It is different than being anti semetic anyway

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  61. the suv
    was a Toyota seqouia

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  62. Poor little CDG lawyer

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  63. I guess he was on the same early retirement plan as his clients were .

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  64. Yes...they messed up doing this in Southlake. They should of waited to do it in Keller next door then it may not have got that much national attention. Now its on.......

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    1. Now its on?....Idiot...

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    2. What national attention lol

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  65. La Letra ya lo avia mencionado a ese abogado en una manta en Zacatecas!La Letra mato a ese puto jalaba con los del Golfo recientemente!

    Doz Fronteras!

    The Z killed this guy don't you guys remember a narco manta put on Zacatecas last year mentioning that lawyer! He was working with the CDG!

    Two Borders

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    1. True story..2012 decien k osiel cardenas trabajaba con el dea y mencionaban el nombre "guerrero" y un ano despues :0

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  66. Was like the Tony Montana movie

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  67. AJ isn't a racist. Sure, he's more liberal than some. Big deal. And how AJ and Muslims are part of these comments on this story I don't understand. Please don't be bashing AJ here. It makes me feel bad.

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  68. May 23@9.44pm is that u Tommy Thompson, "one of the best lawyers the valley has produced in the last 15 years".it sounds exactly like something u might say .answer back,hick.

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  69. A lawyer should never represent a gangster in court.. Especially a Mexican gangster! Jeez he was only doing hes job

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    1. He was only doing his job... man get the fuck out of here with that friendly ass shit; that piece of shit knew who he was working for and what could happen to him for it...

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  70. this guy's family kidnapped another family in china nl and killed the father and three sons. it was just a matter of time...

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    1. Really? He certainly didn't have any bodyguards with him or seem to be taking any precautions. You know all those turned witnesses for Jose Trevino's prosecution like Hinojosa, Cuellar Mamito- especially the last two - i don't know about Victor Moreno but those guys were around pre-split and would have known this guy. Mamito was hired as a z but Cuellar wad Golfo. Interesting area that Dallas-Fort Worth. Anyway thanks for the fascinating China tidbit.

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  71. "If these hits grow more and more on usa soil then the usa military is gunna start hammering these bastards"

    History has shown otherwise since spill over violence has been in the U.S. since the 80's.

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  72. I mastered these type of hits. Real easy, I like a war more though.

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    1. I'm sure u could go to Afghanistan still if u hurry or join some border militia. Serbia the list is never ending.

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  73. Chapa,"ur werent a lawyer anymore,u were a gangster.whole new ballgame.u cant learn about it in school n u cant have a late start".

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  74. Jajajajaja! that made my day! It's a riot. I can hear June now."Fred go get Wally and the Beaver and take them to a show. The Golfos soiled my new glass diningroom table. It's time to find a purer, non-cartel, existence out of this ruined Southlake!"

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  75. May 24, 2013 at 6:57 PM and Two Borders makin sense,"the Z done been here"toppin a CDG face who been there a while,thinkin he was safe with wifey up top.The Z sent estakas up top to sniff him out and shoot his face off when you least expect it?

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  76. Havana you're a lovely person

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  77. Borderlandbeat I read this comment and i like it:

    MENSAJE ESPECIAL PARA LOS GRINGOS Y LAS GOLFAS

    ver lo que sucede a los traidores? jajajaja que pensabas que íbamos a olvidar de ti y que el pasado es el pasado, usted tomó una decisión estúpida, y ahora lo pierde todo, pensaban que eran intocables en su ciudad cómoda segura, con su traje y corbata, bebiendo champán, esto es una advertencia, que traicionan nuestra confianza, no te importa si usted está en Texas, Los Ángeles, Chicago o incluso otro país lejano, vamos a encontrar te, porque asi es la forma en que manejamos nuestro negocio, te metes con nosotros, y es de por vida. no es un juego putitos. Abogado x Abogado. Familia x Familia

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  78. Ward not Fred.

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    1. As others say HahahaHavana! I meant Ward! Silly Havana. You're one to talk and throw stones! Remember when you put that photo of Sandusky up for El Papero and thought no one would notice and I busted you to Chivis! I'm still laughing. Everyone remembers that and others.

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  79. Oohhh ahpra que ara su primo el ex alcalde de China N.L? Quien lo apoyara!? Well he had it coming he killed alot of people in nuevo leon

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  80. Thank you United States of America keep the guns coming and the money but the real money not the fake money or youll end up made another example...

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  81. I wonder what the kids are thinking? They're in hiding. That may be the end of the school year for them with this event and coverage. New school in another Beaver Cleaver sanitized area of the US like Sandpiint, Idaho. Parts of Simi Valley.

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  82. Jee whiz-Texas is officially going to hell in a handbasket. This was a long asked post that took me 15 minutes but it was good! The comments were good except the muslim ones WTF is up with you? Just STFU?

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  83. May 25, 2013 at 3:56 PM
    Yea you got Ward mixed up with Fred Flintstone

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  84. You! El Papero just looked like Sandusky. I swear. I can't believe you squealed me out to Chivis, Ratón!

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  85. los que ablan de un buen abogado alguien quien siempre apoyo a el pueblo de China NL

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  86. Scarface Movie now in Texas. Abogado x Abogado. Familia x Familia.

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  87. Southlake no surprise as their are others like him living in Frisco, Plano, Keller and so forth. They set these guys up well to help take the blood out of the money. Zeta and Gulf Cartel cells all over N. Texas in high dollar areas.

    Hell even my dumb gringo ass was offered a job washing money and setting up a few companies.. I passed but another guy I know in Frisco didn't and he's living well in Starwood doing as he's told until the day they are finished with him and he disappears. There are no free rides with these guys.

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  88. cuanta pinche ignorancia se lee aqui..pobre gente viviendo en una burbuja..

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  89. the cartel was busted by Ed Rendell.they want control of the drugs coming from south America.he sent his goones to texas and florida and had everyone killed and busted to gang control of the drug trade.there going to try shipping to new York instead of the previous place this information was leaked by his nephew john Macintosh.they are from Pennsylvania and very high up in gonverment.they are talking about changing the new drop off spot in senate now.still not finalized.

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