Tuesday, July 30, 2013

A Look at Life Behind Bars for Z40 and Other Notorious Bigs

by Chivis Martínez for Borderland Beat
'Centro Federal de Readaptación Social Número 1 "Altiplano"
No.1 is Mexico’s only recognized “Supermax” prison; its history is free from escape, so it can be no surprise that the most notorious capos are sent to No.1 for incarceration.

Located Santa Juana neighborhood of Almoloya de Juárez, in the State of Mexico, detailed attention has been given to prevent escape, overhead airspace is restricted, cell transmission restricted to 6 miles, 3 foot thick walls, regular polygraphs given to all level of personnel, an armored vehicle convoy, state of the art technology that can pin point the logistics of equipment  and people,  and officers trained in repelling escape, are on site and ready to react in the event of an escape attempt.
 Now that he is  formally charged, Miguel Treviño Morales resides in Altiplano No.1 Prison,  transferred from PGR facilities  in Mexico City.

He  now accompanies those on a long list of notorious narco-bigs who were housed there in the past and those presently incarcerated at No.1;   Édgar Valdez Villarreal "La Barbie" BLO, Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo "El Padrino" "The Godfather, Gerardo Álvarez Vásquez, alias "El Indio" BLO, Joaquín Archivaldo Guzmán Loera, alias "El Chapo" Guzmán Sinaloa, to name a few. [Chapo was transferred in 1995 from No.1 to Puente Grande Maximum security prison in Jalisco.  He escaped from the Jalisco prison 6 years later].

The United States have filed for the extradition of Miguel Treviño where there is an indictment waiting for him
The prison is under the direction of a woman, a psychologist named Marissa Quintanilla.  Quintanilla, who has both an economics degree and psychology degree, has been assigned to No.1 for a year, but has 14 years working in the federal prison system, in Guasave Sinaloa and Matamoros, Tamaulipas.
Quintanilla literally lives at the prison.  24/7 it is her home.  The self-imposed  “incarceration”, is a self-preservation necessity.
In an interview with Televisa a year ago Quintanilla explained other reasons that require her to live at the prison;
“I am permanently here, 24 hours a day, this is a full time processing center, then there are hearings, etc. the center operates day and night", what if I am  required in the middle of the night?, I could be called for at any hour”

She was asked when she is able to sleep, “I get very little, but even if it is three hours, it is comfortable, relaxed sleep, I sleep very well”, answered the director.

Quintanilla speaks about the consequences of being director of a prison such as Altiplano No.1.
"My family is far away, very secured.  Though they are very proud of my work, they are also sad, because at this time it has been 16 months of not seeing my mother”. 

She believes in the rehabilitation of these offenders, with the help of their families and society, in working together the rehabilitation of offenders is possible, that treating offenders in a humanizing manner will have a positive impact.
Over the top humanizing say her critics.
From the “narco-menus” [click any image to enlarge], to the private visiting rooms, sans bars, she has been criticized for her approach, which her detractors tag as dangerous and “soft”. 


"I am asked; hey why do so many things for the offenders, how do you think the victims feel?

I answer that my role is not working with the victims; it is to work with offenders, to rehabilitate, so in that way the institution does something for the victims, and society, by working for the prevention of crime. "

Other features of Quintanilla’s prison plan for inmates are offering education through high school,  and work shop and training, utilizing outside businesses contacted with the prison. 

The prison population has grown to 1,200 inmates with plans for expansion.  250 inmates are deemed “high risk” or “dangerous”, having been sentenced for Offences of Drug Trafficking, kidnapping, Organized Crime operations.
As for fear, she maintains healthy fear is good, it keeps you alert in your surroundings, allows good decisions, but the type of fear that can be paralyzing to the point of paranoia, you will miss signs and that can result in you losing your life.

According to information made public in 2011 the cost to feed inmates was about 4 USD per day.  There are no current figures made public.  I can say from personal experience, the kitchens I have constructed in Mexico for impoverished children serve meals at 12 cents or less per meal.

The state entered agreement with the foundation to; train volunteers [usually mothers] to prepare food and hygiene, a certified nutritionist creates the balanced menu, and the food is delivered to the site and we are charged government or surplus prices.   

The meals are nutritious but far from the fancy food on the narco-menus.  We serve breakfast for the morning school session, and dinner for the afternoon.  Food ranges from pancakes, scrambled eggs, fruit and carton of milk for breakfast, to ham and cheese sandwich, fresh fruit, soup and juice or milk for dinner, everything is prepared fresh on site in our kitchens.  We also use a lot of soy which the children like.  We supplement the meals with a snack, such as a biscuit and drink, or frozen fruit bar depending on the weather.   

The  meals from No.1 and my kitchens juxtaposed, present a case of “What’s wrong with this picture??” 

From El Universal, below is a video tour of the prison with Quintanilla translated narrative follows. 

Video narrative narco no 1 Altiplano

Narcomenu: What do capos in prison eat?
How much does it cost for  Mexicans to feed the inmates of the Altiplano penitentiary, maximum security prison that lodge some of the most dangerous criminals of the world of drug trafficking.....continues next page...



Aztec soup [tortilla soup], fried chicken and pizza are just some of the meals that prisoners such as Edgar Valdez Villarreal, aka La Barbie, Jose Jorge Balderas aka El J.J., Osvaldo Garcia Montoya aka El Compayito or Teodoro Garcia Simentel aka El Teo or El Tres Letras (3 letters), among others, enjoy.
A meal that may not be as sophisticated as these characters are used to eating when they were free, it is richer in nutrients and reaches the balanced classification and the stability of the nutritional pyramid that it is requires by the experts and of course to which most of the Mexicans don’t have access to.
Well, the last official information that we have regarding this, was given on September of 2012 throughout the informative media Vanguardia, which quotes as its source; El Universal in Mexico State, who made a visit to such penitentiary.
Reporter:
For 21 years, the penitentiary of maximum security of Altiplano in La Palma, Mexico State has been defined as a fortress in which 1,200 inmates, considered by justice as the most dangerous of the country, serve their sentence. It is impossible to go in unless you have authorization from Government Secretariat and up until now, there has not been any inmate that has escape from it.

Directing this federal penitentiary is Marissa Quintanilla, whose job is not limited to her office. All day including dawn, she goes to several areas and allowed El Universal accompany her during her daily tour.
Marissa speaking:
These are the familiar visiting rooms; they are individual (per inmate).

We have light equipment, sound and screens for movies; we regularly have activities every day, in the morning and afternoon. Practically, all cultural events are celebrated here, the event of (inaudible), masses; events with their relatives are done in this auditorium.
Today we have this menu: noodle soup, rice, picadillo (ground meat with potatoes), beans, tortillas, horchata flavor water and apple for dessert. All these kitchen utensils can propose a risk that is why we have precise control of each of the utensils. The only person allowed to enter is the person responsible using the fingerprint reader. Every one of the utensils are numbered and engraved.
Entry is also generated by using fingerprints. We use the shadow system, so we know, for example, say we loan this (screwdriver),  I am not showing the name, we have the card of the person that borrowed it and we have registration log, so when the shift ends, they have to come and leave the tool, take their card and register their exit. Everything is perfectly controlled. Every tool has its inventory number engraved and painted.
It is an established laundry program; we pick up the uniform from the inmates. The uniforms consist of three changes, but each change is washed every eight days and the bedding, jackets, and blankets are washed every 15 days.
Here is the library; the inmates don’t come in here, what we do is that we take books in a cart to their dorms. They have the opportunity of getting two books and they can exchange them in, eight days but they have to do a summary of the book they read.
Reporter:
Under the new integral model of social reinsertion, the Director Quintanilla explained that along with her work team, are focused in humanizing the federal penitentiary system, generating more activities for the inmates in a less restricted environment. Until now, the results have allowed the penitentiary to be one of the most peaceful penitentiaries of the country.

Video: from Victor Figueroa 

100 comments:

  1. Interesting menu, not sure if it's true, or the food is prepared a quality that is appreciated, or served everyday, supplies at hand. Needed a food handlers license once, so my question, what's with the face masks in a part of the food prep?

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  2. Amazing detailed post about a subject I could not find much information of. narcomeals are almost 12 times what you pay at your kitchens. How in the hell do they justify that? I understand prison cooks are paid but even at that it boggles the mind.

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  3. Great post! I remember when Marrisa was transferred to no1 we knew by her interviews and press releases that she was going to rehabilitate by using a softer kinder method of imprisonment.

    my wifes uncle worked on the maintenance crew there for a year. He said the food is what you would happily pay for at a restaurant but off limits to workers. He did not know why.

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  4. SO INTERESTING thanks for posting!!

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    1. 3:27 pm. Ditto. Thanks such great info! You are the best Chivad. Peace,Texad Grandma. I do hope he makes it to a supermax in the US. The food sucks from what I've read!

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  5. I once saw a picture of alfredo beltran leyva in jail with no beard. I just can't remember where I saw it. Anyone have or has seen the picture?

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  6. Let me get this straight...there are countless thousands in mexico who are innocent, poor, and hungry.

    Then there's the garbage in this No.1 place who are well fed, housed from the elements, and generally taken care of...all because they have caused countless thousands of deaths and heinous crimes...

    Yup..makes a lot of sense...very "humanizing"

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    1. Have you ever been to mexico

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    2. what kind of question is that? i have, and this person has a very valid point it doesn't matter if he has or has not been in México

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    3. The US does the exact same thing. Americans struggle to make ends meet and afford healthcare, while inmates have shelter,food, and healthcare.

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    4. The prison system is fucked up everywhere. Period.

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    5. You ain't lying.

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    6. In the us you can't get women food alcohol or mariachis into the joint like toucan do in mexico

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  7. Thanks Chivis for a well-written article!
    I really admire Marissa Quintanilla. Although it's debatable to what extent her strategy works, you can tell she's really dedicated and cares about doing the right thing for society (at least from this interview).
    I have (and I'll stand behind this) NEVER met a Mexican woman who genuinely wanted to work a job like this. Every (and I mean every) single one wants to get married before she has to work, have her own mother raise the 19 kids her parents pressure her into having before she's 20, and work only to serve her husband. The problem with this is that it's only sustainable if someone else is footing the bills. And I believe THIS is a large contributor to men getting into organized crime.

    I'm interested what others think.

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    1. parents for the most part only want the best for their daughters,of whicho 19 kids is no part,and most narcs,the worst,are in it for greed.on the other hand,gossipy good for nothings make up and believe any bullshit like "Mexicans have knees big as melons...no! what we have is jumbo jets,the best of the very best provided by American government agencies...

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    2. Well, I'm a woman and I happen to be Mexican as well. I work really hard for my money and my salary is also higher than that of my husband. And I help take care of my parents. I'm blessed. But, also have worked hard to get where I am. I know I'm not the exception. So, stop generalizing!!!

      Proud Mex Woman

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  8. This is interesting but I am sure those narcos have enough property and cash seized that the jail uses most of those funds to pay for meals and living expenses for them. I don't see the government paying with tax money for this.

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    1. yeah like they have a union with retirement facilities and benefits,fuck them and theirs

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  9. wow . If i pay them can i get a few ppl to daily rape z40 and Barbie? Ill pay good money. Fuckers deserve death not fried chicken

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  10. Was El Chapo caught and no one told me?? The second paragraph states that he is a resident in the Mexicna Supermax - is that true?

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    1. was a resident,in the past...

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  11. @ corruption, government contracts work that way, it's not that one who makes the best offer who wins them, it's the one who has the right friends, there are similar irregularities all over the country, towns that contract a computer provider for equipments that cost 5 or 10 times more than retail price, gas expense from some small department with 2 cars that would be enough to drive up and down the Americas a dozen times, stuff like that is common in México, nothing surprising.

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    1. government contractors are a corrupting influence for those that "administer"money,anybody enthrusted to govern should have no right to make money on the side under penalty of death or prison,and their money and property expropriated

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  12. The only thing they should be fed is lead. Quick and sure to the head. In a ditch. On to the next one.

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  13. So interesting!! Chivis what community(ies) did you do your work in?

    I wonder if digging a tunnel UNDERNEATH the prison and burrowing up into a cell could in principle work?

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    1. I agree, very interesting. So you help the poor in México, and contribute to this informative site. You ARE making a difference down there Chivis.

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  14. They live like kings for doing crimes.... Stupid goverment

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  15. No doubt,she is an intelligent woman,but she is wrong in her justification and her glib answer"I answer that my role is not working with the victims; it is to work with offenders"She can salve her conscience with those sentiments,i wonder if it salves her intellect?To hear what the cost to chivis is,to feed babies and children,and then to hear what these dogs are fed in terms of cost?These dogs are grown men who made choices and should be held accountable for creating mayhem in Mexico.Now,think of impoverished children babies and mothers who never even had the luxury of choice,who is more important.This is another instance of the hypocrisy we are capable of as political animals,who cares if these dogs are comfortable or rehabilitated?I care more about a little innocent baby and a decent start in life which this money would be more beneficial and positive in terms of future criminality?These dogs should not matter anymore,we should think about helping children and trying to make a better life for them,not these fuckin idiots who played their game and were caught.Democracy is an illusion when shit like this cannot be changed.El padrino,la barbie,el indio,Z40,listen to the silly ass names,fuckin idiots,with fuckin idiots worshiping them?Complete hypocrisy.

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    1. let the have some freedoms and rights,like chose a guy for a guiso or pozole and when it is gone,pick another guy.maybe the chosen can say what they want to be,menudo,pozole or guiso

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  16. I have a question, why doesent z40 want for peoe tk mnow like dob and all his background?? What could he possibl be hiding also theres a pic with him in a suite was he a pf???

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  17. Why r u all so damn mad at people that dont even know YOU ALL existt!!@@

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    1. because WE KNOW they exist.and watch it because you may be next,somehow

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  18. Reyes del sur

    dude time to order that rosetta stone for english.

    it reads "in the past and present"

    that means narcos who were there before and now.

    tonto

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    1. Rosetta stone don't have naco language,dummy!

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  19. lol, is anything a drug dealer involved in get that moniker? narcomeals. the meals are paid for by the gvt. gvt prices are always higher, corruption, member.... always. this looks as secure as a typical county jail in the u.s

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  20. Chivis, ivan archibaldo has been out of no. 1 for some years now.

    Exiliado

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  21. No wonder they don't want to be extradited to the US prisons.

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  22. These murdered of 100s or more each are being treated like royal by the fed. gov. of Mexico. What's so rehabilitating about giving these sociopaths a life of luxury in prison. I think they are probably funding their prison lifestyle in some manner. However, I think don't they should be afforded that lifestyle even if they are paying for it. This in a country where the politicians loot the coffers of their government and abett criminals after obtaining bribes from them. Some even resort to stealing cigarettes from children selling candy to earn a few extra for school supplies. Jason, Michael Meyers, Freddy Krueger, and Chucky are saints compared to these monsters.

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  23. Quintanilla has a noble mission, however rehabilitating these serial killers is not an option. They r too damaged. Take them 2 the back n shoot them.

    Ronco

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  24. @5:46 The majority of Mexicans are impoverished and affordable food such as our foundation has access to is not available to the public the menu is a slap in the face to Mexicans. There is no reason why they can't eat the menu we provide. Ours is balanced using the pyramid, fresh and tasty. It is correct to say the figures do not include wage if the prison uses hired help. I am not sure if that is the case, but still WTF, candy? pan dulce? Marzipan? Pizza? anyway I am sicken, though I believe some of the programs are positive such as education and trade. Not all are capos there.


    4:41 I/my family foundation has been in NE Mexico for a decade, but I work in Chiapas and Nicaragua

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    1. real died like men,maricones go to prison.pink bloomers for them! and very loose

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  25. Exilado

    this is true...it states housed there in the past and presently :)

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  26. Why does it claim nobody escaped??
    Ain't this the clink that Chapó "payed" his way out of??
    If not, why was he transferred out??

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    1. Transfered after this to Jalisco's jail. Thats where he escaped

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  27. @ReyesDelSur
    Here's the completer, nicer version of Tonto's comment:

    El Chapo was originally in Altiplano, but was transferred to Puente Grande in Jalisco (you can see it with google street view, totally cool), from which he escaped.
    That list covers people who have at one point or another been in Altiplano, not necessarily still there. It also mentions Osiel Cardenas, who later got extradited to the States. So Altiplano is still escape-free :)

    Feynman

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  28. @ 3:48
    While it may be true that the majority of Mexican women don't think far beyond how soon can they get an engagement ring, Mexico also has a rich history of courageous women.
    Look at women like Marisol Valles García, Marisela Escobedo, or Anabel Hernandez. They've set the bar so high for what it means to stand out as a brave, strong woman in Mexico's rougher times that it's wise NOT to imitate them :)
    I do wholeheartedly, 100%, share your view that the ridiculous materialism that many Mexican women somehow think they're entitled to has driven a large fraction of drug traffickers into crime. It's a factor that's overlooked!

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  29. Really good article! Always interested to read updates on the Z40 situation.

    So he's been charged, does anyone know what happens next and when-ish?

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    1. There'sa videoon youtube ..eboscada a policiasfederales de los templarios
      En michuacan

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  30. Thanks for the article!! If I ever get charged with narco executioneering like Z40 I hope I end up somewhere with a menu like that.

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  31. I remember reading the article on BB about La Barbie's glam diet a few months ago. Thanks for posting this.

    @Chivis, are you still working the kitchens in Chiapas and Nicaragua? That's a great thing you're doing!

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  32. So the bad guys are taken care of, but not the victims.

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  33. Have ANY of yall been to jail??????
    They arent eating PizzaHut pizza ,its more like pizza made with fillers like newspaper and woodpulp that clogs your stomach
    They put hormones and other additives also to keep everyone tame

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    1. Wow here's a dumbshit thats proud of going to jail haahahah i bet it was for kiddie porn get a life and a job dumbass thats nothing to be proud of

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    2. Narcotics you prick ,stay behind the computer where you are safe acting tough

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    3. Who brings up kiddy porn? You sick piece of sh*t

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  34. Wow fried chicken served to you! I was in the marines for five years and never got that shit !!! U know what 40 needs!?!? A daily dose of penis !!!! I hope he gets raped and catches aids !!!

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    1. quisieran las gallinas vivas

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  35. I'm seeing a lot of comments along the liens of "they're murderers, so they shouldn't be fed so well" etc.
    Bear in mind her point that this good treatment is DELIBERATE, on the belief it will help rehabilitate them. So whether or not you believe in rehabilitation, remember the point isn't whether they deserve it or not, it's that she feels every person in there can be rehabbed, and that's her approach to doing it.

    Before I think about whether I believe Z40 can be rehabbed, I'll need some evidence as to what kind of guy he actually is, and whether he's as heartless as the (probably exaggerated) stories about him say.

    Feynman

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    1. they are not there because of their unrehabilitated minds or anything like that,they are in prison for the very real crimes they commited, when they are finished paying for their crimes then you,not me,can start working on their rehabilitation

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    2. la chichona has his own mind he was of a sound mind when she made her choices,mine,mine,mine for my,my,my family to work for me,me,me!surprise! that light at the end of his narco-tunnel was not the exit but a runaway train coming his way...now it will be pay,pay,pay bitch.

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  36. Del Sur

    I added more detail. But do both of us a favor, a google of chapo "prison and escape" will give you the answers you needed. I can't include every detail in each post, but I do include hyperlinks and if you follow them you will find a substantial amount of additional information.

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  37. if z40 isnt extradited to the U.S. then you know EPN is receiving cartel money.

    So is that woman running altipano.

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  38. Wow what a dumb lady. Now every sicario in Mexico is gonna go balls out trying to be a capo because they know they go to a 3 star hotel if they are caught murdering thousands.

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  39. Can all you cdg and chapo nutthuggers wake the hell up,zetas are gonna be here for another 10yrs... so get used to it and start barracking for the right team, team zetas!!!!

    ps. Chapo got aids.

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    1. zetas were cartel del golfo for ten years,z1 lasted how long? lazcano lasted two years,and the greatest of all the maricones,z40 lasted six months,keep on dreaming mothaphacas.hot shots don't last long...Tony montana

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    2. Thanks zeta nuthugger lolol wow u really are a piece of shit fuck zetas and fyck Chapo

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    3. que ya no sean zetas, now they'll be TETAS! Like in bitch tits.good riddance jail bitch z40.

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  40. @7:39
    kitchens are not the main focus we have built 11 in the NE and one at the new HS complex in Chiapas- a new school we built for the Zapatistas-our mission is education and therapy centers. building schools or classrooms within schools, therapy centers for special needs children, training etc.

    Nica is new, only been there for 2 years! and it is so much easier than Mexico, the government came to us offering cooperation, and the parents give 100% effort. We have built 2 special ed centers and previously a library and part of a project for an urgent care type facility. Thank you for your interest...paz, chivis

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  41. the U.S. could kill z40 if they wanted him dead its only a matter of time now, they are just trying to decide how they want him killed is my guess. after all z40 might have a lot of money but the U.S. is sneaky and z40 could be killed, poisoned or other by someone close to him because thats how the U.S. works.

    They are sneaky but eventually they will find you and get you. The CIA is always watching you just don't know who they are or what they are doing.

    Lets see $5 million USD + witness protection program and happily ever after in the US or possibly be killed by z40? Pretty sure an informant was paid on this one guys.

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    1. CIA if they wanted would simply pay the warden big $$....simple as that for a major hit inside the prison.

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  42. Gathering all the biggest narco fish in the same prison....is it just me or does it sound like a bad idea? Alot of power gathered at one place.

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    1. so they can play"tu la trais"all day in their sexy pink bloomers!

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  43. I think I kinda get what her philosophy is on offenders but examining rehabilitation part of the point is to integrate offenders back into society. There is no way on earth Z 40 should ever be freed, if they did you might as well hand over the keys to Mexico to the bosses of narco gangs. There would be no deterrent if you can order the murder of thousands of people and still walk among them "rehabilitated", that bit she has wrong

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  44. Anonymous said...
    if z40 isnt extradited to the U.S. then you know EPN is receiving cartel money.
    July 30, 2013 at 8:35 PM

    Exactly. Send him to fed/max slammer over here and you'll be done with him for good.

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  45. Inmates are well taken care of, no wonder they don't escape.

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    1. Send them to TDCJ Ramsey 1 Unit, Rosharon, TX the bosses will get them to work in a hoe squad.

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  46. Wow so many Chapo nuthuggers here i bet they get paid by CDs for like 1.50 for every pro Chapo comment haahah fuck u guys

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    1. How much do you get paid for being a Zeta nuthugger? Asshole!

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    2. Puro CDS. 200 peso coment

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    3. CDS =Culos de Sinaloa.

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  47. July 30, 2013 at 6:03 PM
    "Why r u all so damn mad at people that dont even know YOU ALL existt!!@@"
    Its called having an opinion,,,,Einstein ?

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  48. THIS ARTICLE IS STUPID

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    1. You're even more stupid, if you don't like this blog then you can go to Blog Del Narco.

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  49. "Supermax" ...lol... What a fucking JOKE! Just like EVERYTHING else in Mexico it has ALL been set up and designed by the NARCOS! ...lol... Anyone that think any different is a few sandwiches short of a picnic! "She believes in the rehabilitation of these offenders, with the help of their families and society, in working together the rehabilitation of offenders is possible, that treating offenders in a humanizing manner will have a positive impact." This bitch is whacko, ya lady rehabilitate them...lol... The ONLY rehab that will work on those monsters is 2oz. of lead straight to their craniums! Mexico is soft on crime and gives more rights to the criminals than they do to the victims! The criminal government set it all up that way... Mexico is a JOKE, a sad, sad pathetic JOKE... Its a FAILED NARCO STATE FULL OF NOTHING BUT CRIMINALS! It would make a nice parking lot for California!

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  50. 12:04 Once you learn how to read it will help to appreciate the work that went into the post.

    I like the title btw reminiscent of biggie big notorious big and capo big

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  51. @ 11.14 am.having an opinion is all good n dandy.i didnt mention THAT,idiot.its the the super fierce and vengful vermin some of you spit out (like if they did something to u PERSONALLY)that had me posting that comment,JERKOFF!

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  52. aunque la jaula sea de oro,no deja de ser prision.

    todos tiene salvacion con christo!!!

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    1. menos Las perras de la carcel

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  53. Hey chivis can you plz get off the Z-40 subject already. Its embarrassing enough for the zetas that he didn't go out like the man he claimed to be.... should've went out like ABL. Now that was a true leader. Not like 40. So plz do us all a favor. No offense. Peace!

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    1. no way Jose,keep it up,chivis for president! I love you chivis(preciosa I hope)

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    2. You rodreguez need to find a new blog to talk silly s...on. You are asinine. Immature. Worthless reading from people like you is a waste of time. No offense.

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  54. This woman jailer is a stupid sicko.
    Rehabilitate these hard-core narcos?
    Just ask her whether she dared to spend even one hour with her rehabilitated narcos outside prison walls!!!
    The only way to treat them is to mix rat poison in their food and feed it to them.

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    1. the better diet,make one every day into menudo guiso or pozole,they love so much,their choice.

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    2. I like the way you think. Fuck a second chance for these bastards. I say killem all that comes in just like all the people they killed. Put it in their food and let them kill them self there no wrong doing just a opps

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  55. Shoot this animal in the head

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  56. Z 40 will find God. Will become a priest after rehabilitation.

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  57. I would like to say to all dont believe all what you hear from this prison or these people because so far nothing has changed hard working people are still getting killed and drugs are still being sold in the streets.

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