Saturday, July 27, 2013

Accountant, El Rocky, Snitched on Z-40

Borderland Beat

Francisco Dair Montalvo Recio, El Rocky, detained in December of 2012 in Nuevo 
Laredo, was an key figure in the collapse of Z-40.

Ministry sources quoted in an article in Reforma saying Recio Montalvo was 
arrested with the 5 million peso payroll for organization members, government 
officials and weapons in Nuevo Laredo.

Along with El Rocky they also captured Ana Maria Cruz Enriquez, Karen,
Cesar Ramirez Vazquez, Calaña , and Joaquin Ramos Hernandez, Cabañas, two 
handguns, a charger for a gun, 47 plastic bags containing cocaine, as well as 
telephones and computer equipment.

"This greatly helped the Marine intelligence actions against Treviño Morales, mainly 
regarding the precision of Los Zetas' movements, Z-40 in particular," said the 
Ministry source cited by Reforma.

As a result, the Marines obtained important information on schedules, routes Z-40 
readily used, addresses he frequented, the location of other members, the number 
of guards they used as well as the registration numbers of their vehicles.

The information El Rocky divulged also included particulars in Coahuila, where 
many Z-40 operatives used to live.

Following the leads provided, the Marines also managed to find the address where 
Los Zetas kept captured migrants.

Last March, using a Black Hawk helicopter, Marines came upon a safe house 
where they found 104 migrants (91 men and 13 women) from Honduras 
and El Salvador, who had been ordered kidnapped apparently by people 
under the command of Trevino Morales.

Reforma, Proceso, Notaroja

65 comments:

  1. It's interesting to see the intel that was provided from the DEA vs that which was provided from within Mex. I'm really curious about this whole "the DEA knew where he was and just let the marines know now" thing.

    Feynman

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    1. I am also so curious about this. i think someone just made that up. Seriously what type of SOLID EVIDENCE has came up pointing to that?

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    2. Its stupid to think that DEA knew and not officials in MEX, funny how after an important capture there's always something saying that the US already knew where he was and bla bla bla hahahahaha

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    3. The usa has drones all over the border and half of the phones tapped .

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    4. The U.S can find anyone, suddam, bin laden.. We can't just go into Mexico though, there are things such as international laws and Mexican National Pride. Moron..

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  2. I'm sure "El Rocky", and probably a few others we will never know of, gave up info to help find 40. However, his exact location that night wouldn't have been known without the help of the CIA/DEA.

    Who knew EXACTLY where Z-40 was for the last THREE YEARS!!!

    All of Mexico should thank Edward Snowden.

    Before you laugh or ridicule, look at the timeline. Enrique Peña Nieto blasts the US over the NSA spying of Latin American countries, especially Mexico. One week later Z-40 is "arrested". That was the husband buying flowers for pissing off the wife.

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    1. Dea wouldn't be shit without mexican informants which also snitch to the mex gov.

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    2. U idiot, mexican government knows where they all are but only when it's there time they get busted

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  3. People like to bash the Mexican marines but you should also give them credit when they do such an oustanding job.

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    1. No one bashes la marina they r the ones u call when u wane the job done now if u want the bad guy to know he fd up and want to give him a warning u give info to the army or pf then bad guy will get the info and leave ten mins the other way before the grunts get there like another comentor said como Mexico no aye dos peace Loks

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  4. Pinche rata.now I gotta off his whole family tree. Z

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  5. If he did snitch he's a dead man walking.. But who knows they might be covering the real snitch

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  6. There putting mantas up that say z42 has been detained idk if its true maybe some one on here knos it's on historias del narco??

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  7. how come nobody posted professor Edgardo Buscaglia's take on this whole z40 case?

    even tierra del narco posted it, the few people who have been doing investigative journalism about the mexican cartel/drug war and are honest about it are often left out of the equation and shitheads like the people from televisa and PR campaign talking heads who say whatever pena nieto's administration tells them to say get all the attention, i'm telling you people are absolutely right about these arrests, him walking as if he owned the place and the soldiers around him, i'm not talking conspiracy theories here, i'm saying Mexico is such a shithole that it could be anything except the official story.

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    1. Yeah but you've never been to mexico.

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  8. he narco mantas are false information omar trevino is still out there somewhere and the zetas are still operating in full effect the other cartels are trying to confuse the low level members of the zetas

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  9. Pinche Z40 alias El lavacarros, alguien por favor ya matenlo.

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  10. This is really hard to believe. U snitch, u r Family is dead. The goverment lies, as for the new mantas on zetas disbanding a inconformed, also bullshit , nothing has changed. Unless CDG the so called good guys , dont extort,kidnapp ,rape,steal anymore. Zetas and Cdg are the SAME BULLSHIT.

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  11. I wonder where he got the name El Rocky? It would be funny if his name were just El Contador (accountant).

    Meximama

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    1. Funnier like someone said if it was el cantador cause he would have lived up to his name! Singing ........

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  12. You kno this whole title too the article is just what's wrong snitching who gives a fuck ... Really all the lives lost due to Z-40 and people think the guy did something wrong by telling . What is the world coming too

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    1. Thats not the point. Are point on calling some one snitch is to make fun of them, a real drug lord(real.gangsta) not a thug does not snitch on his on circul or people. So fuck those snitches ass fagets. Viva mexico !

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    2. snitching goes with being a criminal,everybody snitches except the pendejos the dead mad those that don't know anything.you in it,it will happen to you and you will snitch too,that is life.

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  13. Give credit where credit is due. Ever facet of Z40s capture has the U.S.A. govt. and its law enforcement/intelligence agencies written all over it. From the Blackhawk used in the operation ; to the training the SeMar marines have ; to the intelligence provided by the CIA/DIA/ DEA. If anybody can recall from from Jose Trevino trail, DEA had information, a few years back, that Z40 would show up at horse track in N. Laredo and passed that info. to the MX. authorities. We know what happened next. However, the creation of the Zetas also has the
    U.S.'s hand in it.

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  14. Puros Znitchetas

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  15. The fucking traitor filthy maggot Miguel Trevino was captured with 100% help from Tio Sam. Thank Obama for his capture. Whenever a big dirty one goes down its almost always because of the Americans who are not afraid of them unlike the Mexicans police who have pebbles in thier kness from knealing in front o0f them!!

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    1. I agree that Americans aren't afraid of them .... But neither are the marines in Mexico.... But the police (some) could lose their life or family and have nothing to gain. Some are rotten and some have no choice. I've read about a lot of arrests from the police. Walk a mile.. .. ......

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    2. Yea Thats why good ol usa knew Where he was at for three years and didnt do Nothing about cause they were on his payroll. imagine all those massacres they could have stoped but thet chose to let him free and now they busted him cause hes no longer usefull so all you proud americans wake up cause the u.s is as corrupt as they come

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  16. the marines should have made an execution video of z40 then all of mexico would have watched not just the slimy few online

    no one likes someone who kidnaps hundreds of innocence and executes and extorts businesses

    one mexican marine told me whenever they capture cartels members they tell them "mess with the best (marines) then you'll die like the rest (cartel members)"

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  17. Thanks 2:43 pm

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  18. Boo to zorraz booooo! Mugrozaz boooo they probably smell worse than pigs!

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  19. Mugrozaz- filthy. Zorraz- ?

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    1. I truly wish he was dead he can still run the system from the inside

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  20. gracias el rocky...

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  21. Hopefully they will get info on, How, Where,& Who took Lazcano body. That is if he's really dead. C.I.A are in Mex.

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  22. Snitchezzzzzzz get put in Ditchezzzzzzzz

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  23. z-40 met his match against rocky balboa V

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  24. He can take solace in the fact that he will live as long as he has family members who haven't been murdered yet. THEN they will make pozo of him.

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  25. The snitch snitched on Judas, genius. Let's hope he wasn't about to get killed by Omar's bulls.

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  26. Z-42 is a paranoid. He is down in one of his unfinished labs or tunnels he made into his own jail to be like his brother. He says ,"I ain't going to jail!" He doesn't see he already is in jail.

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  27. Pinche DFL, spoken like the true Doughnut nut hugger.

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  28. Sure you got the phoro right, Havana? He doesn't appear to be able to add 2 +2!

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  29. What an out of shape piece of shit hahaaha can u back away from the camera sir !! We don't need to see your fat ugly face up close lol

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  30. ATTN ATTN admin chivis
    other son of sheriff trevino not the panama son
    the antics of the family are telling me that "hey dad gets away with it so, so can we".
    MCALLEN - McAllen police arrested another son of the Hidalgo County Sheriff.

    Carlos Trevino was charged with a felony for assaulting a public servant.

    Channel 5 obtained the arrest affidavit. It details how John Carlos Trevino resisted arrest for public intoxication, then he used his body to push a jailer to the floor.

    The 36-year-old was arrested around 3:45 a.m. He is charged with public intoxication, a Class C misdemeanor, resisting arrest, a Class A misdemeanor and assaulting a public servant, which is a third-degree felony.

    McAllen police spokesperson Lt. Joel Morales says officers were called to the 6600 block of North 40th Street for a complaint of a suspicious person. Officers arrived and found Trevino standing in front of a home.

    The arrest affidavit describes Trevino as having slurred speech, blood-shot eyes and the smell of alcohol on his breath.

    Police could not get a hold of anyone inside the home. The report says officers deemed it unsafe to leave him alone. They arrested Trevino for public intoxication.

    The paperwork says he resisted the arrest, saying "Do you know who I am? I'm not going with you."
    While Trevino was being booked at the police jail, he used his shoulder to hit a jailer's knee, knocking him to the floor.

    The report details how another officer had to pull Trevino off the jailer.

    Morales tells Channel 5 John Carlos Trevino's bond total was set at $14,150. This arrest comes less than three months after the sheriff's other son, Jonathan Trevino, pleaded guilty to drug conspiracy charges in federal court.

    Channel 5 called Sheriff Trevino, who declined to comment, saying he cannot speak for his adult son's actions.

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  31. link to the felony arrest of another son of sheriff trevino. krgv.com/news/sheriff-trevino-s-son-arrested-for-assault-on-a-jailer

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  32. Another cretin! This one a singer el cantador not an accountant! He looks like he has a big mouth.

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  33. Everybody can sum it up for them self's, how many heavy target's do the MEX. forces/US forces have right know to monitor?
    At all times Intel has to be treated with care because of infiltration through enemies out of all sort's of interest group's.
    Time makes mistakes more likely,
    The best cop is officer coincidence paired with criminal stupidity and once you can isolate one most will fear the lies and promises, yes most people will snitch not only in Mex. Everywhere!(maybe not russians they seem to know how peaceful silence can be)....

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  34. If anyone knows, please let us know. Many people are curious about this:
    They say Z40 will have a closed trial. What does this mean?

    Feynman

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    1. Close circuit cameras, and he won't be able to see the judge's face, neither the prosecutor's.

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  35. Closed trial- as good as not having one. Just with lawyers and judge. About as fair as any trial in Mexico. Of course goes without saying- they won't be letting in Borderland Beat like at Z-40's brother's money laundering trial in Austin.

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  36. I was okay without the ugly photo, Havana. Thanks anyway, you always mean well, we recognize that but he is really rough and in yo face!

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  37. Just to let yall know the "united"states didnt have a part in the supposed take out of Miguel trevino it was completely by accident the marines weer looki.g for some other people and happend to bump onto him

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    1. Thanks for the news flash Anderson cooper

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  38. @ 11:16. Sure, go ahead and believe that DEA/CIA had no part in the take out of Z40. Whatever helps you sleep at night. I'm sure it was completely by accident, just like when Z3 was watching a ballgame and the Marinas just happened to roll through town. ...Mental midget.

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  39. this guy better say goodbye to his entire family...they will be wiped off the face of the earth once the Zetas get a hold of them

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  40. the capture, extortion and most likely eventual murder of migrants is disgusting. its one thing to traffic drugs for profit, but to torture innocents who have probably gave up everything to try to get to the border is not forgiveable.

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  41. July 28, 2013 at 1:56 PM
    "so all you proud americans wake up cause the u.s is as corrupt as they come"
    Ohh,stop fuckin whining,you hate the US,EPN closed more down,you want it,you got it,fucks the point of sharing information,would anything be done with it?You need to wake up,and grow the fuck up.

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  42. "Just to let yall know the "united"states didnt have a part in the supposed take out of Miguel trevino"
    Thanks for that"yall",,,god forbid the US helped Mexico?Err,could you leave the US out of your domestic shit and general whinery.

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  43. Yeah, keep the U.S. out of it, its your war anyways even though you fight it somewhere else.
    I don't see no Murrican war on pharmaceuticals stateside, puro pinche pedo.

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  44. oh please if you want him to snitch , just put out word that he is , word will get back to him and he'll talk ,(aka sammy the bull gravono ) .as far as the dea know where he was all the time , proably they were mapping every thing out . drug rouits , money trail , payoffs ,safe houses , courers , bank helping launder money ,ect ect

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  45. what a fake capture, some say he was captured in Anahuac some say in Nuevo Laredo, i told you the dude that they captured is not Miguel Trevino aka Z40

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