Saturday, August 10, 2013

US Furious over Rafael Caro Quintero's release

Borderland Beat

MEXICO CITY -- U.S. law enforcement officials expressed outrage over the release from prison of Mexican drug lord Rafael Caro Quintero and vowed to continue efforts to bring to justice the man who ordered the killing of a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agent.


Caro Quintero was sentenced to 40 years in prison for the 1985 kidnapping and killing of DEA agent Enrique Camarena but a Mexican federal court ordered his release this week saying he had been improperly tried in a federal court for state crimes.

The 60-year-old walked out of a prison in the western state of Jalisco early Friday after serving 28 years of his sentence.

 The U.S. Department of Justice said it found the court's decision "deeply troubling."
"The Department of Justice, and especially the Drug Enforcement Administration, is extremely disappointed with this result," it said in a statement.

The Association of Former Federal Narcotics Agents in the United States said it was "outraged" by Caro Quintero's early release and it blamed corruption within Mexico's justice system for his early release.

"The release of this violent butcher is but another example of how good faith efforts by the U.S. to work with the Mexican government can be frustrated by those powerful dark forces that work in the shadows of the Mexican `justice' system," the organization said in a statement.

The DEA, meanwhile, said it "will vigorously continue its efforts to ensure Caro-Quintero faces charges in the United States for the crimes he committed."
But experts say the case against Caro Quintero was flawed from the beginning and his release is the result of a stronger federal justice system in Mexico, and it's not likely to have an impact in U.S.-Mexico relations.

Caro Quintero was a founding member of one of Mexico's earliest and biggest drug cartels. He helped establish a powerful cartel based in the northwestern Mexican state of Sinaloa that later split into some of Mexico's largest cartels, including the Sinaloa and Juarez cartels.
But he wasn't tried for drug trafficking, a federal crime in Mexico. Instead, Mexican federal prosecutors, under intense pressure from the United States, hastily put together a case against him for Camarena's kidnapping and killing, both state crimes.
"What we are seeing here is a contradiction between the need of the government to keep dangerous criminals behind bars and its respect of due process," said Raul Benitez, a security expert at Mexico's National Autonomous University.

"The United States wants Mexico to comply with due process but it is likely that due process was not followed when many criminals were caught 10 or 15 years."



Mexican courts and prosecutors have long tolerated illicit evidence such as forced confessions and have frequently based cases on questionable testimony or hearsay. Such practices have been banned by recent judicial reforms, but past cases, including those against high-level drug traffickers, are often rife with such legal violations.

Mexico's relations with Washington were badly damaged when Caro Quintero ordered Camarena kidnapped, tortured and killed, purportedly because he was angry about a raid on a 220-acre (89-hectare) marijuana plantation in central Mexico named "Rancho Bufalo" – Buffalo Ranch – that was seized by Mexican authorities at Camarena's insistence.

Camarena was kidnapped in Guadalajara, a major drug trafficking center at the time. His body and that of his Mexican pilot, both showing signs of torture, were found a month later, buried in shallow graves. American officials accused their Mexican counterparts of letting Camarena's killers get away. Caro Quintero was eventually hunted down in Costa Rica.
Times have changed since then, and cooperation has strengthened and this is likely to have little impact on the overall relationship between Mexico and the United States, said Tony Payan, an expert on U.S.-Mexico relations at the University of Texas-El Paso.

The U.S. and Mexico "will scramble for a bit, but in the end they will understand this is a very complex relationship and nothing is going to happen," Payan said. "They are not going to jeopardize the overall relationship over this."

Caro Quintero still faces charges in the United States, but Mexico's Attorney General's Office said it was unclear whether there was a current extradition request.

Attorney General Jesus Murillo Karam later said in a statement that his office is analyzing whether there are any charges pending against Caro Quintero.

The U.S. Department of Justice said it "has continued to make clear to Mexican authorities the continued interest of the United States in securing Caro Quintero's extradition so that he might face justice in the United States."

Samuel Gonzalez, Mexico's former top anti-drug prosecutor, said the U.S. government itself has been promoting, and partly financing, judicial reforms in Mexico aimed at respecting procedural guarantees for suspects, an approach Gonzalez feels has weighted the balance too far against prosecutors and victims.

"This is all thanks to the excessive focus on procedural guarantees supported by the U.S. government itself," Gonzalez said. "I warned them (U.S. officials) that they were going to get out, and they are all going to get out," he said referring to long-imprisoned drug lords such as Miguel Angel Felix Gallardo, who is also serving a sentence related to the Camarena case.

By ADRIANA GOMEZ LICON and MARK STEVENSON

BBC, Huffington

75 comments:

  1. Does Mexico really want to pull the tiger's tail? Are they smarting over America pointing out where Z-40 was?

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    1. They say this fella was bigger than chapo and pablo escobar put together in the 80s... he even had the feds hooked on crack... the yr was 85 when the crackhead feds where brake dancing on the callejones of L.A sr

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  2. Very simple, investigate those responsible for his release and bring them to justice.

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  3. How come i cant read the article? Nothing but pics.this is twice ive tried to read something on here and couldnt.im not on a computer just an android phone

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    1. That's whyu could only read it on a computer ..at least the two caro cintero postes

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  4. Rafael Caro Quintero is a Dirty Maggot who was shit from a street whore. I hope the U.S. Drone program will stick a hell fire missle straight up his dirty ass! After being a bitch in prison for 28 years this pig of a man will die soon on the streets where he pick up children for his sick pleasure ( when he was arrested this child molester had a 13 year old who he had kidnapped with him ), Mexico got rid of Miguel Trevino, a giant loser and traito and than releases a filty dog in his place.
    Maybe its time for the U.S. To move and expand OUR border by takeing over and occuppying , Matamoros, Reynosa, Neuva Larado, Juarez and aoo of the Northern Border. The U.S. Sghopuld have both sides of the Rio Grand and a 50 miles Buffer zone where there is No Movement without U.S. Permission!

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    1. Estas bien cerrado de la mente pinche pendejo si dejaras de meterte drogas nada de esto existiria pero el narcotrafico es un mal de bien. Pendejo mas aparte a ni a Mexico ni a estados unidos le conbiene meterce a Mexico hay mucho dinero de promedio. Y si Las drogas no existieran siempre va a ver algo mas que inventen nuevo

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    2. 11:26 am. I had no idea he was not just s murduring ,drug dealing maggot. But,anyone that molests kids should be shot to death. The DEA,says it's pissed. OK. Do something to make him face justice in the USA. The prisoners in the USA ,hate child molesters. He would get killed in 24 hrs.As for USA taking over these cities,never gonna happen. I do love the drone idea,make him into ashes like they did to the terrorist from the USA, the Rock Star who they vaporized in Yemen. May he rest in Hell. Thanks Havana and BB. Peace ,Texas Grandma.

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    3. This is how ignorance creates rumors. He didn't have a 13 year old with him. His 17 year old wife was who was with him.which by the way was jalisco's govenor's niece at d time. She went with him of her free will. Next time get your facts straight before you post. Idiots, bashing people with your drugged out hallucinations.

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    4. Quit dreaming asshole, move the border ja ja ja ja, the whole US Armed Forces would be annihilated.

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    5. It's interesting, yet disturbing how a dillusional post based solely on fantasy and biasesd premonitions spawns other posts that are just as ill-informed (idiotic) as the original. As a child I didn't understand how a nation would allow Hitler to disregard Germany's written law, invade peaceful neighbors, and ultimately murder millions - but posts like DFL-11:26 lend valuable insight as to the type of people that allowed that to happen.

      Born Mexican, but a proud US citizen practicing law in America - I am thankful for the three seperate branches of government that check each other, and protect us from the "lets invade Mexico" and "shoot first and ask questions later" attitudes that are commonly posted here.

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    6. Puto medio mamonete!Se llevan ona tercera o menos de nuestro Ejercito para eliminar ENTERAMENTE la paiz de Mexicagada y de una vez quitar esos menos que cucarachas los puto narcos!Es que las pendejos en carga son como tu NO JUEBOS!

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    7. Lol entire armed forces annihlated...jajaj good one. 1 Us tank brigade could destroy all of Mexico..

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    8. Lol good one 1 tank brigades could destroy all of Mexico.. I see you either play too much call of duty or live in denial.. the US would never invade Mexico cause ONE , the US loves the drugs Mexico brings in.. TWO Mexico buys the US guns.. Obama Bitch ass turns he's face the other way while he's buddy Eric Holder sells the cartels guns.. Then Napolitano catches small loads of drugs and allows big units to come in..

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  5. Caro Quintero was released shortly after midnight without any previous announcement whatsoever. According to the media, he has disappeared and it is not known, at least by the media and the U.S., whether he is even in the country. Another writer has pointed out that this follows a pattern; prisoners are in federal custody, they are transferred to a state prison, then released on technicalities, usually alleged jurisdictional or due process errors. There have been a couple of other cases that are very similar.

    This tells me that the fix was in. All the hand wringing and protestations of surprise and hurt by the Mexican Attorney General Murillo Karam are an attempt to gild the pig droppings. There is no way this release would not have been approved at the highest levels of government, not in Mexico.

    U.S. authorities had better get used to it. Enrique Pena Nieto is a product of his environment and upbringing. He was created, nourished and educated in corruption, and elevated to the presidency by the same corrupt politicians that he has now inserted at all levels in government. Corruption has elevated him to the country's highest position and he will continue to rely on it. It works for him.

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  6. Ni modo nomas se van a quedar mirando porque a caro ya no lo van a volver a capturar mas aparte mas muertos ubo en irak y familias ke se que daron sin un padre y sin madre haci que macarena sale sobrando ya dejen que el hombre viva feliz sus ultimos anos que le quedan..

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  7. camarena was playing with fire and got burned, simple as that, he sent tons of drugs to the us before they discovered who he really was

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  8. Para 11:36 que te pasa????? Eres pariente del monstro???? Entiendes la crueldad administrada al agente camarena y su piloto???? Es obvio "QUE NO " La tortura fue afuera de este mundo y de lo que se puede llamar normal. Tal vez si le metieran una escoba bien ancha y gruesa y con toda la fuerza al ano de tu padre/ hijo / hermano o marido - piensarias differente- y eso que solo fue unas de las montones de formas en la cual lo torturaron y lluego estaba un doctor presente para revivirlo y siguir torturandalo. Son hombres malos hasta su profundida que no tienen jamas remedio - dejarlo libre para que
    Haga lo que le da la gana -NO, NO, NO, NO.Que se pudra en la prision * se lo busco y se lo gano - seyas mas realista y deseale algo bueno a alguien que lo meresca. Si queda libre aqui en la tierra aya cuando muiera ira al gran infierno - que ni siquiera piense que va a encontrarse con ENRIQUE CAMARENA para pidirle perdon -porque el si esta en el cielo. Rip AGENT ENRIQUE CAMARENA -U R A HERO & YOU'LL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN 4 TRYING 2 MAKE OUR WORLD A BETTER & SAFER PLACE. +

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    1. Every job has risks, and he knew the risks he was facing.

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  9. que viva sus ultimos anos feliz?not!somebody will be trying to catch his ass till he drops dead,caro quintero knows this,as long as he is alive

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    1. If that's so.he would off been dead already u no how easy it is to kill somebody in a prison in mexico.

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  10. Hope that everyone who was in doubt of EPN being corrupt is second guessing their wisdom. This will probably be the worst pres in the recent history of México.

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    1. Well, you're right about that. Fuck that ignorant, narcissistic sob.

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  11. With the anger and wrath hanging over Quintero there is NO WAY any drug cartel will associate with Caro Quintero. He will be avoided like the plague.
    Camerena had some sort of deal with the Guadalajara cartel. Camerena's torture and murder was too personal. Could be a similar situation to zambada jr being double-crossed by the DEA and quintero took revenge on Camerena. Or perhaps Camerena was completely dirty and was on Qintero's payroll and Camerena promised more than he could deliver in protection.
    We are not getting the real story...as of yet!!!

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  12. I wonder how many millions he had to pay in bribe money for his release. I wouldn't doubt if Z40 does the same in the future. Question is why did it take them 28 years for them to figure out that Caro should have been tried in state court. I guess they were waiting for someone hungry enough to bribe. Be forewarned, this will be a door for other high value criminals to buy their way out of unless it is investigated and closed.

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  13. Caro Quintito is an old fashion drug dealer he will not last much time alive because now the mafia have a lot of JUDAS.

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  14. Why so much hatred. Like if 28 years was a walk in the park. Im sure hes a changed person. If you've seen the green mile, I bet this guy cant even handle being free. Let people live god damn. I jut don't think its fair to extradite a person that isn't even a citizen. More people than one are involved in trafficking, this guy doesn't even have control anymore so why continue to seek justice?

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  15. I would also like to add that many of you are complacent. Child molesters dont die in prison. Im sure a lot have but prison is advancing. I remember statistics from the 80s on California prison murders, look at them now...By saying the criminals here would kill him, you are just saying murder is justified in some cases which completely contradicts your "justice quest"

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  16. The US should invade Mexico and put all the criminals in prison! Mexico is a failed narco state!

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    1. And the USA is a failed drug addicted state.

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    2. A EFFIN MEN!!!!!!

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  17. Y puro el numero uno compas.yo no mate a camarrera les dijo el num uno rafa el quaro quintero.

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  18. El R1 esta respaldado por el CDS

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  19. "Does Mexico really want to pull the tiger's tail? Are they smarting over America pointing out where Z-40 was?"
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    Thats EXACTLY what this is all about! The US forced Mexico into arresting Z40 by pointing to his exact location giving Mexico no choice... They are now releasing more of these scum bags in retaliation! The US needs to seriously step up its military game against Mexico and it criminal government! The PRI is filthy cartel criminals and the US better do something about it!

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    1. What about the USA warmonger cartel? The Republicans they're always pushing for more wars, and the Democrats that don't do shit about it, every time that Congress is in session they need to take with them about 20 kilos of cocaine, that's what they put in their noses in one hour before they come with some stupid ass decision. They want to run the world when they can not even kick the monkey out of the big house.

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    2. Why are you so sure about nobody knows but them . Mr know it all.

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  20. Texas Grandma @ 1:00 pm: The "child molester" story is not quite that simple. Sara Cristina Cosio Vidaurri Martinez was a Jalisco socialite, the daughter of a college professor, Cesar Cosio Vidaurri, the former Jalisco Secretary of Education, and she was also the niece of the governor of Jalisco. There's a famous photo of her with Coronel; she was very beautiful.

    When Caro Quintero was arrested, they were both in bed and reports were that she appeared pregnant. When she was interviewed by police, she told them, "I am not kidnapped, I'm in love with Caro Quintero." She was widely regarded as CQ's girlfriend in Jalisco society, where he held himself out as a successful businessman. In fact, both CQ and the girl claimed she had followed him to Costa Rica. Given her social status, this was well within her means.

    In an interview from prison, CQ stated that he had a very close relationship with the Cosio family, saying that he had even given an automobile to her uncle, Guillermo Cosio, who at the time was the Secretary of Governance in the Federal District and later became governor of Jalisco.

    The Cosio family was at the top of the Jalisco/D.F. social and economic elite, and Sarita Cristina Cosio Vidaurri was Caro Quintero's girlfriend. The story of the kidnapping was to provide the family some cover when it became widely known that CQ was the country's most powerful narco. Caro Quintero's political and personal connections run deep, so it's no surprise he was freed by the PRI.

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    1. So was he really arrested by accident?

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  21. I think it's great Mexico did this cause I would want to retaliate to so what now the US can do and tell what country who they want arrested good for you Mexico. Good for Caro like someone said there is more to the Camerena story we don't know you play with fire you get burned

    VEGAS GUYS

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    1. Vegas guys no te la jaloties tanto guey,if quintero were a real man he would own up to what he and his buddies did,maybe he is not talking,but others did,how much torture would YOU take and still forgive these fucking cowards?

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    2. Very true

      Vegas Guys

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  22. Does'nt anybody get it! Rafael Caro Quintero stayed in charge of the drug trafficking world as an associate of the heads of the Cartel del Sinaloa: Chapo, el Mayo, el Azul. His incarceration in prison was probably staged. Americans need to stop trying to rule the world. We can't even control drug crimes in our own streets,much less Mexico, where the drug violence is a by product of American demand. We can't conquer the world! We will just bring unnecessary bloodshed - that of our supposed enemies and our own.

    Camarena hasn't been the only American law enforcement/intelligence agent we've lost in the line of duty overseas and won't be the last. That is part of the game that nations play. Many a
    CIA agent has lost his life in the line duty, and probably no justice was exacted due to security purposes. The government of Mexico has already extradited people who carried out the torture and murder of Camarena and probably feel nobody else needs to be brought to justice for his murder, including Mr. Caro. People need to stop getting on their high horse. Stop acting like American lives are more important than others. How many innocent people have been the world over by the bombs we've dropped or the wars we've started for the benefit of wealthy elite/politicians who don't send their sons/ daughters to die for the cause. Then we act like we want to help people when are we are doing is fattening them for the slaughter.

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  23. Another slap-in-your-face proof America is fast losing its power.
    I can count at least 10 in the last 6 mos.
    Snowden and Putin and China.
    Libya ben ghazi.
    Egypt and Morsi. Even though Morsi has been displaced by a cia plot Egyptians now hate America more than ever.
    Julian assange and his wide support throughout latin America.
    North Korea launching numerous actual and propaganda attacks.
    Al Queda making new alliances and solidify its presence throughout the Islamic world.
    Pakistan condemning drone attacks and could be an Islamic style Libyan revolt.
    America is an empire in decline...big decline.

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  24. Mexico is a failed state with the illusion of tourists everywhere sipping margaritas.

    If not for the tourist diversion areas mexico would be 1000 % failed state. No questions, no debates 1000% failed state if the mainstream media produced the facts publicly about widdle mexico. The missing, the rapes, the dead, the dissolved, the calcinated, the unidentified. The list goes on and on. Puro Chingale !!!

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    1. all of that would not exist but for governmental corruption and their self awarded impunity,all too tolerated by the USA to the Mexican government for keeping the Indians under control

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  25. @2:51 PM Know what your saying however, 1846-48 was the last opportunity for that option.

    Diplomatically the U.N. should move in.
    The place is fubar. Worst than anywhere in Africa or the middle east.

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    1. Come on asshole. You con not fix the Benghazi bullshit, just watch the pictures of ambassador Stevens getting tortured, raped, and burned alive by your good friends, the muslim rag heads, and you want to fix México? You and your countrymen should first find a way to stop being the world's largest cocaine importers and users. Quit thinking that just because you're white, you were born without sin.

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  26. @ Aug 10 6:44

    It might be your reality one day soon puto!

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    1. What! Living with your old lady pendejo? I don't need a stepson so stupid like you, some chicano wannabe with Dawn Syndrome.

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    2. Come on with it bitch, your country wouldn't make it even to the Rio Grande.

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    3. What exactly is dawn syndrome? Bozo

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    4. Dawn Syndrome, related to blood sugar. Down Syndrome, related to genetic disorders. You both need to go back to school.

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  27. Turn for the best ! fuck the USA and its terrorist tactics around the world . Border control is for the DEA to control and profit from the drugs crossing the USA ! fucking hypocrites

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  28. The piece of shit of z40 will be released in about 5 yrs for some technicality.

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  29. That is the real reason Z40 wasnt in handcuffs! Mexico was pissed off that the US forced them to arrest him by pointing to his exact location so in retaliation they have never shown him in hand cuffs. The Mexican PRI is cartel bought and paid for, the US needs to take them out by any means necessary along with the cartel criminals, forget about Iraq and Afghanistan the US needs to clean up the ghetto south of the US border!

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  30. I don't know if there is a purpose here but I can tell you that Don Neto is next to be release, give it 15 to 20 days, Fck that is embarrassing.

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  31. I hope Caro Quintero hooks up with the Queen of the Pacific. What a love story that would make.

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    1. more like the story of senile,viagrarized by...your picture you better try and catch your parents,maybe easier and more enjoyable for your sick mind

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  32. Fuck that, U.S. "furious" cause he was released in Mexico. Why? if the crime was committed in Mexico, he served time in Mexico. That's it get the fuck over it!. Macarena had no fucking business snooping around in Mexico...time served that's it!

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  33. the truth is if Romney would of become president, no one would F$#% with the US! Theres no need of you people saying that the USA got weaked! No it didn't, the power will be showed!!!!

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    1. Dude you seriously need to learn English.

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  34. He served he's time .. get the fuck over it.. Caro wasn't even the one that killed Camarena.. he was just a scape goat.. Whether you people believe it or not the DEA is also a cartel .. If they don't get paid no one does.. Why do you people think el azul , el mayo nor el Chapo have been captured these guys are old school.. they bring the US good money.. If the US knew where Z40 was , I'm willing to bet my left nut they know where all 3 of those capos are..

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  35. US tank brigade cant destroy shi* lookk at iraq, its worst then ever. Puro Sinaloa

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  36. these niggas did their time rafa, don neto,
    miguel angel felix gallardo has like 3 years i read somewhere he was going to be released on his 70th birthday on january 2016

    http://www.noroeste.com.mx/publicaciones.php?id=856972

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  37. this guy was mota grower. so wut. in us time = 60 yrs. fuckin osiel. creator of zetas golfos familia michoacana. now templarios. how many inocents this hijos d puta. they killed. and hes doing wut 20yrs he s gonna do ten en US TIME. this guy was the origina mexican dealer. pure bussiness. not like now. making money. killing children and woman . EH DICHO CABRONES

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  38. Mexico, dont bite the hand that feeds u or there will b no more dinero to steal from the merida initiative.

    Ronco

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  39. I bet the Mexican government are having a laugh about this,no wonder this shit runs downhill to everyone?Look at all these Mexican pricks hero worshiping these fools with the US hate angle coming out again"the US is the biggest cartel,they did their time"fuckin idiots.These old farts didnt know none of you and they dont wanna know you.I didnt know they whined this much about shit,aint they got nothing better to do?Bottom line,if this was any of us,our silly asses would still be inside.

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  40. All the Mexicans here hate Camarena because he worked for the US lets be honest.Thats the kind of simpletons they are on here,they are worthless haters who hate on the US and everything about it.You can see the bile on here,they talk about shit that happened before any one here was born,they are fuckin whining losers

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    1. If you live in a glass house, you shouldn't throw stones...

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    2. We only see the reality that the USA wants to blame every country for their own failures.

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  41. Ay Mexico, como te voy a extranar cuando me muera.

    Exiliado

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  42. I LOVE GRINGOLANDIA! NO hatin" just facts"
    great place to race a family. n make ur dreams come true" better oportunity. to help ur family. you only live once. make the best of it. paisa. i love the truth. the truth is in the bible. evil has multiply. y el pecado es la muerte!

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  43. Camarena was not as innocent as the u.s portrays him research him on sites other than u.s based websites it will change all of u who think he was innocent and u will find out his own people was behind the whole thing suxs but true

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  44. "el paisita said...
    I LOVE GRINGOLANDIA! NO hatin" just facts"
    great place to race a family. n make ur dreams come true" better oportunity. to help ur family. you only live once"
    Amen to that brother,i dont know if your being sarcastic,but fuck all that race hate shit against gringos and US,everybody wants the same thing,why hate someone before you know them?Negativity breeds negativity and hatred,yes,you only live once,a very short once,i got no hate for a nationality?

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  45. aha caro quintero is finally freed! its funny how they say mexico is really corruppted it is, but as well u.s but u.s does in the low key. Im happy he is free n keep on trafficking my friend and help the poor thats what caro quintero did. Its funny the government can sell tobacco beer and other shit that kills millions per year and i havn't heard weed hast killed no one yet ... keep doing ur job caro quinter they never going to catch him again aja jajajajaja

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