Sunday, June 30, 2013

American Born Narcos

BorderlandBeat.com  Thank you to the reader who sent the story in!
 
The ongoing debate regarding immigration reform has once again brought the topic of border security to the forefront.
In South Texas, the area that has seen a sharp increase in drug trafficking runs from treacherous waters of the Rio Grande to the U.S. Border Patrol checkpoints in Falfurrias and Sarita, the last law enforcement waypoint along the roads leading from the Texas-Mexico border to inland metropolitan areas.
In those areas, drug smugglers tied to Mexican drug cartels work ingenious ways of moving their drugs to their destinations without detection by law enforcement.
That activity has drawn the attention of the Texas Department of Public Safety, which has classified gangs working with Mexican drug cartels as the greatest threat to Texas. 
Talks of violent executions and large-scale firefights in Mexico between cartel gunmen are some of the talking points brought up during those discussions. But what rarely gets brought up is the fact that various members of Mexican drug cartels are not Mexican but in fact are U.S.-born Texans.
 
Mexican drug cartels have been active in the U.S. for decades. As such, they have developed deep roots with many members being second or third generation smugglers, said Hidalgo County Sheriff Lupe Treviño.
“They have been here for a long time but they try to keep a low profile; what has brought them to the forefront is what’s going on in Mexico,” Treviño said referring to the crackdown on cartels by former presidents Vicente Fox and Felipe Calderon.
Keeping a low profile or trying to minimize their role is what some of the drug cartel members who have been caught on U.S soil have done.
When police officers and deputy U.S. Marshals caught Benicio “Comandante Veneno” Lopez this month, he claimed that he didn’t have a leadership figure in the Gulf Cartel, saying he was a mid- or low-level smuggler, said San Juan Police Chief Juan Gonzalez.
“No low-key cartel guy has bodyguards, has four or five stash houses, carries bulk cash and knows about ton quantities of narcotics,” Gonzalez said. “He was trying to downplay his role to try to keep a low profile.
DIFFERENT ACTIVITIES IN DIFFERENT COUNTRIES
The activities of cartel members in the U.S are very different than those in Mexico, however the public and the media quickly associate the word “cartel” with the way they operate in Mexico, Treviño said.
“When people hear the word “cartel” they think of convoys of gunmen, brutal firefights and crude executions,” Treviño said.  “That happens in Mexico, not here. If they were to try that here they would be wiped out. The American people would not stand for that. Every law enforcement agency and resource would be used to literally wipe them out.”
Because cartel members seek to keep a low profile and are not tied to many of the crimes in the community, keeping track of them is a job best left for federal agencies, which have the best resources to attack transnational criminals, while the brunt of the Sheriff’s Office’s resources go toward local crime, the sheriff said.
Still, in a border county, cross-border organized crime intersects with local law enforcement.
“Robberies, theft, carjacking, assault and other crimes — that is not something that these individuals are interested in but it affects our communities, “Trevino said. “On the other hand, street gangs are behind the majority of those crimes. They are the ones holding up convenience stores, carrying out drive by shootings, carjackings and the brunt of our violent crime. They are our most significant threat in this county.”
Gonzalez, for his part, paints a different picture from the sheriff. He said cartel members are coming out of the shadows and becoming more active locally.
“I honestly think we can dismantle the Gulf Cartel,” Gonzalez said. “It’s important to accept the fact that they operate here. This drug cartel operates with a lot of money. These guys have 20 to 30 vehicles assigned to operatives. That concerns because they used to hide but now they are brazen and putting are putting stash houses all over the place.  It’s important we address them and try to dismantle them.”
U.S.-BORN MEXICAN CARTEL BOSSES
Several key members of the Gulf Cartel and other Mexican drug syndicates have ties to the Rio Grande Valley.
Bencicio  Lopez, known as “Comandante Veneno,” (commander venom in English) is a Houston native who grew up in Roma and also climbed to a leadership role in the Gulf Cartel.
Lopez was a close confidant of Samuel “Metro 3” Flores Borrego, whose death led to a split within the cartel.
After Flores Borrego’s death, Lopez worked with other commanders to avenge the death of his friend and became the leader of a cartel cell that also worked in the Ribereña area. Lopez had been wanted by San Juan Police in connection with a 2010 failed cartel kidnapping that resulted in the death of Roberto Hinojosa, who tried to fight off the kidnappers as his wife and young son were in the room.....continues next page

Authorities arrested Lopez and his spouse along with two bodyguards on June 13. In addition to the murder charges, the group is also facing state drug charges and could face federal conspiracy charges, officials have said.
Juan Garcia Abrego, the legendary leader of a Matamoros based smuggling organization which eventually became known as the Gulf Cartel led his organization with an iron fist from the 1970’s — when he inherited it from his uncle Juan N. Guerra — until his arrest in 1996 and later extradition to the U.S., where he was convicted of numerous drug trafficking counts and is now serving several life sentences. While Garcia Abrego was a kingpin based in Matamoros, he was actually born in La Paloma, a small community just south of San Benito.
Edgar “La Barbie” Valdez Villarreal, a Laredo-born drug trafficker who became a leading figure of the Beltran Leyva Cartel and spearheaded control of a splinter faction when an internal struggle for control broke out within the group. Mexican authorities arrested him in 2010 and he continues to fight various drug charges, as well as U.S attempts at extradition. He earned his nickname from boyish face, thus being compared to a Ken or Barbie doll.
Mario “Comandante Popo” Peña, a Roma native who grew up to control a Gulf Cartel cell in the Ribereña area, which is across the Rio Grande from Starr County.
Peña began his career in local street gangs in Roma and built his way up to the rank of commander within the Gulf Cartel, where he became a folk hero in Miguel Alemán. Peña, whose body was covered in tattoos, was killed in March. His family told The Monitor that Peña died “with honor.” Following his death, his body was brought from Mexico to Roma and buried during a private service.
 
 Rosalio “Bart” Reta and Gabriel Cardona, two Laredo teenagers who are serving 70- and 80-year prison sentences for a series of ordered hits for the Zetas. At age 13, the pair began taking on murder-for-hire jobs when Zeta gunmen trained them as hit men.
Cardona was arrested in 2006, while Reta turned himself in at around the same time after the Zetas tried to kill him for attempting to carry out unsanctioned hits in Mexico.
Source: Ildefonso Ortiz | The Monitor and Big thanks to "Jose" for the Popo foto

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    1. This isn't the real scoop dip shit lol

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  2. Yep. Born here and there.

    However, one can't help not notice the gang members are majority Mex-Ams. They cross over and kill Mexicans. They stay and kill rivals, also of Mexican heritaige. The Jefes are all of Mexican lineage who order the brutal killings of other Mexicans, this side or that side.

    To the general 'Merican populace their place of birth is irrelevant. Whether Mexican American or Paisano Mexican, they only see Mexicans killing Mexicans in the US and Mexico. Mexicans running drugs and Mexican gangs.

    That's it.

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    1. yep.white kill white .black kill black .no diferent with mexicans

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  3. Trashey assed,blights on society US/Mex need to be eliminated Quickly,efficiently,without mercy, sooner or later society will benefit.

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  4. They all look like a bunch of girls.

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    1. "They all look like a bunch of girls".. I bet those "girls" will kill you twice before you hit the floor..dont talk nonsense my friend,.. this kids are hard core killers no matter how they look.. its easy to run you're mouth behind a computer.. but not you or me would dare to murder for fun , like they did

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    2. Those hard core killers will be very old men before they get out of prison

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    3. Mexicans aint shit! Coming from a mexican

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  5. i worked with a youth group and one of the regulars stopped coming to weekly meetings. I made a trip to his mothers house and she told me he might not talk to me. I waited in the humble living room for a few minutes and finally he came out. he told his mother to leave the room. then he told me " i had some really great times in the program but i have to tell you "i was born to be bad no changing that it's who i am" he then said "i will never do you harm or let my crew do harm to you or your family you are good people". he then told me that i had to leave now. I left wondering what havoc he will bring to innocent lives that he comes into contact with. I only pray he is incarcerated sooner than later and kept away from people he would hurt without thinking twice.

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  6. attn chivis special meeting in roma.
    Press Release
    Press Release: Border Representatives Cuellar, Vela, and O’Rourke Issue Statement on Corker-Hoeven Amendment
    “No” to Additional Border Fence
    Washington, Jun 25 -
    Today, Congressmen Henry Cuellar (D-Laredo), Filemon Vela (D-Brownsville), and Congressman Beto O’Rourke (D-El Paso), united against Corker-Hoeven Amendment.

    In 1987 Ronald Reagan famously challenged Russia by declaring: “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall.” We object to the Corker-Hoeven Amendment. This amendment will condition a pathway to citizenship on the construction of additional border fencing. As congressmen actually representing communities along the US-Mexico border, and having grown up there ourselves, we believe this amendment is an outrageous assault on border culture; and is an ineffective and misguided attempt to solve this country’s immigration issues. For these reasons, we want to be clear: We will oppose any attempt to condition a pathway to citizenship on the construction of additional fencing along the US-Mexico border.

    From an economic standpoint, the Corker-Hoeven Amendment defies all conventional logic; at a time when we should be tearing down existing walls as opposed to building new ones, this amendment ignores the dynamic economic relationship between the United States and Mexico which accounted for more than $500 billion in trade last year alone. Additionally, the environmental impact of this proposal is devastating. Constructing more walls will destroy miles and miles of environmentally sensitive public and private property, which protect significant wildlife and natural resources. We must also protect private property rights.

    This wall is not an effective tool in our war on terror. The terrorists who attacked New York City in 2001 did not enter this country through the US-Mexico border. The Boston Marathon bombers did not enter this country through the US-Mexico border. It is no more likely that terrorists will attempt to enter this country through the US-Mexico border than through any other entry point on the Northern Border, the Pacific Coast or the Eastern Seaboard.

    The construction of the wall proposed by the Corker-Hoeven amendment does nothing to address the real problems fueling the migration of immigrants across the border. Since 2006, approximately 71,500 people have been killed as a result of cartel violence. Although Mexico’s economy has performed exceedingly well in the recent past, economic conditions along the US-Mexico border consistently remain stagnant. Any real attempt by both countries to stop the flow of immigrants must include smart and humane border enforcement in the United States, a comprehensive effort to eliminate cartel violence and a concerted plan to enhance economic development on both sides of the US-Mexico border.

    We are still strong supporters of comprehensive immigration reform, but not like this. The U.S. needs to invest in improving security on the border, but we can do this without throwing billions of dollars at empty promises of security and enforcement made in this amendment.
    http://cuellar.house.gov/news/documentsingle.aspx?DocumentID=340530

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  7. Good read.....what ever happened with part 3 of the tijuana story? Its been about a month since part 2 was posted.....

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  8. @June 30, 2013 at 2:56 PM

    and? its not about race. it never was... its about money

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  9. I got a better photo of Comandante popo, he died of treason

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  10. I was locked up with Moises "Moi" Garcia in 2000-2003 in Nuevo Laredo. He worked for Los Texas under Michael and he talked about a few hits they committed there and would cross to Laredo, Texas afterwards. I had already read about most in the local papers before I met him. He mentioned a shootout at La Feria in 98 or 99 that cops had to escort them out. Moi got killed in Laredo, Texas by those youngsters that one has opened eyes tattooed on his eye lids.

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    1. So did el moy ahoot his camarada on purpose or whas it an accident at plaza san miguel???

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    2. In another news does anyone know who or where la, mona got killed aka jorge gomez?

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    3. La mona most trusted operatve of 40 , (born in laredo) was killed in miguel aleman .it was said he was killed by another comandante who owed la mona 5 tons of pot.

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    4. Yeah that's what I heard el 27 or z7 el de guerrero lo mato por ordenes de la ardilla

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  11. I'm interested in Reta and Cardona. Since they were so young, people talk about how they must have been influenced and coersed into being hitmen. So what kind of person is evil enough to groom a 13 year old into a murderer? Everybody can't have been corrupted by an older narco. There must be some genuinely bad people who spread their influence and give rise to this 13-year-old-hitman trend.

    Any opinions on this from anyone? Chivis?

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    1. Theyre even younger kids than 13 pulling triggers in mexico and othet countries u shld know this

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    2. I had a friend in high school. He was always getting into fights. But, when you actually sat down and talked to him, he was a sweet guy with a big heart. I remember that his parents had no real presence in his life. He ended up crossing the border and becoming a hitman for a CAF cell. He is in a TJ jail now with his leg amputated due to a bullet wound. There are real psychopaths within organized crime. But, I also believe many of these young guys just don't have anything to live for. They are given drugs to give them the courage to kill. I'm sure they know their life expectancy is about 35 if they are lucky.

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  12. You have the wrong name gabe hernandez is really benizio lopez comandante veneno and mario pena comandante poppo was really from rio grande city and not from roma texas

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  13. I remember Reta and the other fag bragging about their movements and acting all "zetones" how they say it here in Laredo. I remember when my friends would tell me that before they dropped out of Martin High (High school in Laredo) they would see them on brand new Mercedes, hummers and pick ups. I would re assure them its only a matter of time before all that temporary money would disappear in a blink. Vuala! It did now these low lifes are going to pull the this is the only way I knew, I'm a victim card. I just want them to see what they did to the people they killed and see how their families felt. Good that their "fun" is over and time to pay the TIME! Their were rumors that reta was crying like a little girl in Mexico begging for his life and to spear him because he got kidnapped but managed to flee god knows why. So he came to the US to turn himself in what a bitch!! You know once you get involved in this business there's only 2 ways out! Ahh just had to let that go off my chest. Since I knew who those 2 guys were.and coming from Laredo. Yeah, good job BB keep up the good posts. :)

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  14. Juan Garcia Abrego was the most powerfull boss of the gulf cartel not a boss of a smugglin cell.He was one of the most powerfull men in mexico and the world for that matter in the same level of power as Amado Carrillo or Benjamin Arellano Felix who were his rivals.As reporters you guys suck get your facts right.

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  15. NFL's Aaron Hernandez must have known that the U.S. isn't mexico. You kill someone in the U.S. and you have man hunters after you. FBI, Police, Troopers, Soldiers and the citizens all point you out. Cartel activities in U.S. would never work like they do in mexico.

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    1. To the ignorant racist that wrote the comment above mine what does aaron hernandez has to do with mexican organized crime.just because his last name is hernandez doesnt mean his mexican the man was born in conneticut u.s. of a and his half puertorican and half irish italian and 100% stupid for ruining his career and opening himself to be used as an example of a bad hispanic by ignorant people like the guy who comented abot him in an organized crime blog like the guy above me.

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    2. Thats true and the police never said drug cartels in his indictment they just say he might have streetgang ties to the bloods in ct and he was very stupid he had it all money career and he fucked it up now as they have so much evidence against him

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    3. Cartels might not get away with crimes.. but how about the politicians or the president and he's pet Eric holder.. they're Fucking worst than cartels , since theyre the ones selling them the guns

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  16. mexico will soon destroy america, because our government refuse to legalize the one drug that 80% of americans want legal weed, I cant wait to see young white teens getting be headed on BB

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    1. Another idiot strikes again. To the man above me maybe you shld stop smoking weed. Its obvious that your mind is going to shit already with your way of thinking.

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    2. U are stupid.it wont be mexico that destroys america and as far as beheadings in america goes? Good luck with that stupid shit WAY too many weapons in the hands of your avg citizens as we are not stupid enough to let them take them from us thank god for the 2nd amendment and we arent gonna turn them in or register them like you guys do in mexico

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  17. Reta And Cardona are hired by 40 right. Lazca doesn't seem to have a knack for knowing what 40 is doing.

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  18. I think its funny how that guys like oh that would never happen here in states but yet it did happen in the states during the prohibition. gangsters were running shit

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    1. The dope selling will continue as long as prohibition is in place but the killings in the street wont as we as a nation are way too well armed here

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    2. never heard a average citizen stop a school shooting bfore

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    3. Prohibition was almost a hundred years ago dumb shit. Lots of shit has changed

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    4. Thats what the debate is about they want armed civilians i.e ex military or law enforcement in the schools as they are gun free zones thats the only place shootings like that occur is in gun free zones thats why the nut jobs pick them.you never see them crazies shoot up a gun show now do u?

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  19. I actually knew Rosalio Reta (not too well though) in public school. He was just a normal kid like anyone else. I think a lot of kids have the capacity to kill the way he did, as long as they're put in an environment where it's encouraged.
    I watched the interviews with him, and it seems like he was groomed by a really, REALLY bad guy. Miguel Trevino forced Reta to watch him do things like burn and dismember people alive to desensitize him to it, and would then pay him in cash and pure cocaine...then when he botched a hit, Trevino ordered a hit on Reta himself...the kid was 13!! Sure, Reta was a bad egg, but what kind of cold-blooded psychopath must Miguel Trevino be to do that with a 13 year old kid??

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  20. ive always wondered. how many Hispanics/latinos here in the usa. would really take action to end the oppression in their communities not necessarily talking about gov, but our real enemies(if you really think about it)im talking about those groups that want to keep us ignorant, divided, afraid, poor, addicted, because they benefit greatly from us being this way at our expense of course.im talking about the cartels along with the mafias and their street gang puppets. I wonder how many would pick up arms like many indigenous communities in mexico? I wonder how many would organize and carry out a cleansing campaign in their local communities? I wonder how many would even go to mexico and other southern countries and help the locals/relatives financially, socially(organize them), and military(such as arming the people there and assisting in killing rats there)? remember people I just wonder. I wonder because at least in my opinion this would be a better solution than the legalize it proposition. especially since marijuana has technically been legal in some parts of usa example California legalized it in 1996 and yes it was legalized its just not the legalization policy some people wanted.by the way all the legalization policies in effect have failed(not just marijuana aimed policies).

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    1. In my parents rancho in GTO, this guy born here in the U.S.A started smuggling guns to the rancho do to the fact that zetas started extorting people.

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  21. Congressmen Henry Cuellar (D-Laredo)
    "We are still strong supporters of comprehensive immigration reform, but not like this. The U.S. needs to invest in improving security on the border, but we can do this without throwing billions of dollars at empty promises of security and enforcement made in this amendment."

    Yes Henry, because most of you family is into law enforcement and will benefit from "invest in improving security", yeah right.

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  22. You got the names wrong Gabe Hernandez took the pictures of Benicio Lopez..Gabe isn't a cartel member he works for the monitor newspaper..nice to see a Starr County reference

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  23. Z-40 is the devil-incarnate.

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  24. Mario "popo" pena actually has a facebook page in his memory

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  25. Reta was picked and trained by z40 , after he got into trouble with the zetas for the unsanctioned shootings , he was put into prison in mexico , the zetas put a green light on him , and he phoned the US policeman who was on his case and asked if he could be deported. He was moved within 24 hours to USA , where he sang like a canary

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  26. The Valley is filled with uneducated, scarface wannabes who somehow think they're luck will run any different than any other person who has fallen prey to this deadly and unforgiving underworld.

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  27. Aaron is puerto rican!

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    "They all look like a bunch of girls".. I bet those "girls" will kill you twice before you hit the floor..dont talk nonsense my friend,.. this kids are hard core killers no matter how they look.. its easy to run you're mouth behind a computer.. but not you or me would dare to murder for fun , like they did

    Reta and Cardona were pussies who killed when they had the upperhand and knew they could get away with it. I personally would smash those fags in a jail cell if locked up with them. a game dog isn't one that bites everything in its path, but one that can take a hard bite, and keep fighting. the second these two pussies got locked up with real gangsters, albiet less murderous ones, they cooched up and went into protective custody. There are nortenos and surenos in prisons right now, who have never killed anyone, but would rather die on their feet in a prison filled with enemies, than request protective custody like these bitches did when it got real for them. It takes a amoral person to kill for fun, but it doesn't take a tough guy to do it.

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  29. The money , that's the motive and the reason , when your brought up in drug smuggling its what you were taught and in your eyes its not wrong, people are so quick to blame the Mexicans but every race ,creed and color is involved in the drug business

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  30. is it me, or does Reta look identical to Z40, only younger...illegitimate child? click the link and see for yourselves:
    http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2012/07/black-kiss-zetas-groomed-texas-teens-as.html

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  31. You guys blame the cartels don't get me wrong I don't support them but we should start blaming the us gov't who are our real enemies. All the drug lords do is make good use of their economical resources in their native land wether its marihuana or opium. If you really come to think of it the drug lords are the gov'tax creation wether they know it or not. Just like caro quintero wwho was actually under the CIA, who knows he might have known or not. Open your eyes people. Think about the technology. The us can wire tap any radio frecuency which is what's Marcos use to communicate with each other. They know and have the exact location of all drug barons. But why haven't they gotten a hold of them? Because they get a piece of the cake.

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    1. I say that too and im a u.s citizen.we know the cia is involved thats why they wont legalize and control and tax it.i dont like drugs but it seems like it would solve some of the problem.the CIA is dirty and even 40 and chapo knows not to fuck with the cia cause they are dirtier than they are

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  32. 3:23 PM
    "To the general 'Merican populace their place of birth is irrelevant"
    And your point is,,,,,,,,oh its all the fault of the US with their inherent and latent racism,,blah,blah,blah,whine,whine,whine.Please leave us out of it?What a shame this shit is close to us,we always get dragged into it,by someone whining?Leave us out of it,we have to work and pay bills,we have to think of other things,stop whining about how much you hate the US and sort it out yourself,bottom line,it is a problem Mexico and only Mexico can fix it,not some other country that happens to be close,,,after all,all Mexico hate us with a passion anyway,you fuckin hate us,and for what?I dont know?

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  33. June 30, 2013 at 9:56 PM
    " I cant wait to see young white teens getting be headed on BB "
    Look at this fuckin dog?These are the type of Mexicans(human beings)we want to come live amongst us?What can you do with pieces of shit like this?What has a young white teen done to any of them?Fuckin dogs for real.All you bleedin hearts out there look at this dogs words and remember them when you are trying to do the"right thing"Dogs like this dont deserve respect of any kind.This little dog wishing death on someone because of their skin color?And these whining bastards are always calling us racist?

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  34. June 30, 2013 at 9:56 PM
    "mexico will soon destroy america, because our government refuse to legalize the one drug that 80% of americans want legal weed"
    "Our government"?You spineless little prick,this pussie bitch false claiming or hes even worse than that.An apologist for imaginary shit,in that case you dont even matter.What a fuckin clown,complaining like a bitch and you in the US?What a sad motherfucker you are.Aint shit gonna destroy the US brainless pussy,if you hate us so much why are you even living amongst us?Are you to coward to leave?Talk your race shit and this is what you get,but,its easy to talk race shit on a computer aint it pussy?Thats a measure of what kind of a prick we talk to,a prick with a big mouth who is racist on a computer?Dont you see how sad that is?Even you,dont you see how much of a shithouse you are talkin about white kids getting their heads cut off on a pc?Yeah you see it,fuckin racist shithouse.Mexican racism again?No,ooooo

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  35. July 1, 2013 at 8:28 AM
    "U are stupid.it wont be mexico that destroys america and as far as beheadings in america goe"?
    Dude these fuckin clowns want to come to the US for a better life,then start saying how Mexico is going to take over?They are to stupid to realize that its about making money and having a better life,not about hating on the"whites or blacks"and race,they are to fuckin dumb.Most get it,but you get a lot of fuckin idiots on here who think like that clown above.

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  36. June 30, 2013 at 9:56 PM
    "I cant wait to see young white teens getting be headed on BB"
    Really constructive comment,really positive and inspiring,brings everyone together..................Fuckin racist pig

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  37. What happened to Mario Peña

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    1. Got betrayed and killed the time wen they smoked el gringo

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  38. You guys forgot about la barbie and el hummer who was an original zeta and a desertor of the u.s. army or the arellanos main bodyguard david barron or that c.a.f .luietenant that got busted in sinaloa i think hes last name was aradia or something like that.there are many men working in mexico that started in the u.s.a. And oh yes i think that someone already ask this but are you guys goung to do part 3 of that story about the battle for tijuana it was a good story.

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  39. reply to July 1, 2013 at 8:32 AM prohibition still in place? uh sorry dude prohibition isn't the problem since like I stated in the last comment some us states as well as some countries like mexico have legalization policies in place.

    reply to July 1, 2013 at 9:23 AM yes they would kill us twice but there are many of us who would kill them ten fold. so please take you're own advice friend and yes many of us wouldn't kill for fun but we would kill out of necessity just like the indigenous people in mexico.

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  40. Well the problems in mexico did start with the USA with plan merida not going to discuss look it up. After that is when all this came too shit. I know most americans cant see this cause of the white picket fences but here in the border towns where we live it all day. There is alot of cartel presence like san juan chief said he needs to run for sheriff. Our seriff lupe trevino is cartel or makes it seem like that due to his son was incharge of robbing drugs and selling them to other drug dealers while being a investigator (a police officer with a actual badge. I now k.ow why theres so many homeinvasions here that never ever get solved how is he going to give up his son? Too lower the violence i think we have to do is get the crooked lawmen out and politicians which are like mexican crooked ones thats why all the violence here. Its nor all the criminals fought people who let them be free are at fault as well. Please lwt the panama unit be tried in houston and nott in our crooked valley. These lawmen and politicians are the real U.S. Born cartel hitmen you should include xhivis great work but dont be scared too put them in the light. Evreytjing is real no made up stories just facts our lawmen hangi.g and drinking with the big drug dealers doesnt look right but whos going to tell them anything when thanks to them(drug dealer) they pay for there campaigns for reelections......

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  41. About the U.S. Beheadings come on you cant wish that on any body..



    And for you with the (racist bullshit .this that ) cussing is a great way too show how ingnorant and uneducated u are. Just like the scums you talk about identical or worst.

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  42. at 11:40 AM
    "And for you with the (racist bullshit .this that )"
    Err,i thnk you will find it was Mexicans being racist?Again...

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  43. I know a real narco from San Antonio he work for sinaloa he aint a zeta. He 28 and He got about 100millionUSD. Gunnas on the payroll.

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  44. It funny how Hidalgo County Sheriff Lupe Treviño doesn't mention this.....
    Federal authorities have arrested four local law enforcement officers accused of guarding drug loads in a multi-agency corruption probe that has rocked the family of Hidalgo County’s top cop.

    Jonathan Treviño, 28, turned himself in a second time to FBI agents in McAllen on Thursday — less than a day after agents let him walk free as a fellow Mission narcotics investigator already was in handcuffs — admitting to guarding narcotics traffickers’ loads through Hidalgo County, federal authorities said. The son of Hidalgo County Sheriff Lupe Treviño is set to appear in federal court Friday morning to face charges of conspiracy and possession with intent to distribute cocaine.

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