Tuesday, November 5, 2013

5 Million Dollar Reward for info. on Rafael Caro-Quintero....

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WASHINGTON (AP) - The State Department is offering a reward of up to $5 million for information leading to the arrest and conviction of freed Mexican drug lord Rafael Caro Quintero.

The State Department said Tuesday that Caro Quintero kidnapped, tortured and murdered U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agent Enrique Camarena in 1985.

He has been indicted by the U.S. attorney's office for the Central District of California on a host of U.S. federal felony charges and is considered a fugitive from justice.

Caro Quintero was 28 years into a 40-year sentence for helping orchestrate the killing of the DEA agent when he was released in August. A federal appeals court in Mexico overturned his sentence on procedural grounds, saying he should have been tried in a state court instead of federal court.


NOV 05 (WASHINGTON) - The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) today applauded the announcement by the U.S. Department of State of a new reward offering under the Narcotics Reward Program for the arrest and/or conviction of Rafael Caro-Quintero.  The Department is offering a reward of up to $5 million for information leading to the arrest and/or conviction of Caro-Quintero, who kidnapped, tortured and murdered U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration Special Agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena in 1985.

Caro-Quintero had served 28 years of a 40-year prison term for his crimes when a Mexican court ordered his release on August 9, 2013 on procedural grounds.  Caro-Quintero is a fugitive from the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California on felony murder, felony kidnapping, and a host of other criminal charges.
“We are reminded every day of the ultimate sacrifice paid by DEA Special Agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena and we will vigorously continue our efforts to ensure Rafael Caro-Quintero faces justice for the crimes he committed,” said DEA Administrator Michele M. Leonhart. “Caro-Quintero was the organizer and mastermind of this atrocious act and his unexpected release from a Mexican prison was shocking and disturbing to law enforcement professionals on both sides of the border.  The United States Government will utilize every tool available, including the State Department Narcotics Rewards Program, to bring Caro-Quintero to justice.”

The Narcotics Reward Program was established by Congress in 1986 as a tool to assist the U.S. Government in bringing to justice major violators of U.S. narcotics laws responsible for bringing hundreds of tons of illicit drugs into the United States each year.  

The program gives the Secretary of State statutory authority to offer rewards of up to $5 million for information leading to the arrest and/or conviction of named narcotics traffickers.

This announcement also comes on the heels of Red Ribbon Week, the nation’s largest drug prevention effort. Red Ribbon Week began after Camarena’s death in 1985 and is celebrated nationally each October, with local communities and school districts holding events throughout the month.

The Red Ribbon Campaign is dedicated to helping to preserve Special Agent Camarena's memory and further the cause for which he gave his life, the fight against the violence of drug crime and the misery of addiction. By gathering together in special events and wearing a Red Ribbon during the last week in October, Americans from all walks of life demonstrate their opposition to illegal drugs.  Approximately 80 million people participate in Red Ribbon events every year.

The Department’s Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) manages the rewards program in close coordination with the Department of Justice, the Department of Homeland Security, and other interested U.S. agencies.

For more information on Caro-Quintero visit 
For additional information: DEA Narcotics Reward Program,  State Dept. Targets
Indictment Reward Poster, NBC



38 comments:

  1. you have to wonder - was Caro Quintero the one who was responsible for the death of Francisco Rafael Arellano Felix? the timing seems suspicious.

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    1. True that maybe he's trynna take over? ?

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  2. Cia should be the ones indicted!!!!!

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  3. el wero de tijuanaNovember 5, 2013 at 2:44 PM

    so he gets released and USA puts a price on his head and ignoring mexican laws what they going to do enter mexico illegally and arrest him this comes after USA is cought spying on everyone illegally AMERICA is really becoming there own enemy i say fck the reward and keep flooding america with drugs

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    1. Hahaha fuck yea bro!! Just reading that shit makes me wanna go get a g of tar and bang that shit!

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    2. 3:44 Rupert Murdoch,the british commonwealt is or has been on trial for cyber spying,even on dead little girls,he owns many many papers all over the world,and fox TV chanels,employs some of the best of the ass kissing artists on tv,he could not escape justice in his own country,how can he be getting away with it on the US? has he bought impunity over here too?no doubt money corrupts everything,and buys power,absolute power,that corrupts absolutely...

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  4. Can you do a report on grupo zinzzero. I know these guys personally. And hadnt talked to them for bout 4yrs sense I moved from the vally to wash. Id like to see if anybody can give a lil info

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  5. dead or alive,what are the specifics ?the US government is full of s*** .might as well make it fifty million.

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  6. Why not make it a Billion? What is 5 million going to get you? You will never see a dime, these criminals will kill ANYBODY involved. What is the point of having money if you cannot spend it? Also ,most likely you will be in the witness protection program for a couple of years and then dropped because they got tired of you.Like the old saying goes "snitching,gives you Stitches!!" All global governments have a price.....

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    1. SNITCHING BRINGS DOWN CRIMINALS!!!
      and that is the number one priority
      Not snitching is # 1 weapon in the criminals quest for impunity.
      for most of the people,crime and criminals is # 1 concern.
      pick your sides.wisely...

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  7. stop lionizing this kiki guy. He was part of a system that punishes innocent people for simply growing or smoking something that is natural and beneficial to humans. He was a willing participant to enforce a system of laws that are designed to errode and destroy our civil and human rights so i have no sympathy for him.

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    1. I totally agree!! Fuck him...he found out that in Mexico they don't play and cops can get it just like anyone

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    2. 5:06 Drug traffickers corrode erode and destroy human beings and society.
      Australian Rupert Murdoch,owner of oh so many newspapers around the world and faux news,being prosecuted in England for cyber spying even on dead little girls.
      In the US spying is bad for the bad guys,if you got nothing to hide,you don't have nothing to fear...spying might be improved to actually getting faster and catching
      bad guys sooner

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    3. Carolina quintero and his friends would not take a half hour of the torture they inflicted on kiki Camarena,not even for their freedom,and no! rafa will never pay,
      for the life of kiki and the torture...

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  8. While you are at it how about bringing the United States government to justice. Give yourselves an enema with an AK-47 supplied by Fast and Furious!

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  9. Keep running Caro no te dejas viejo...

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  10. Not going to happen

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  11. Fuck the CIA. Let Caro have rest for days what he has left. Dirty bastards trying to catch him just for bloodthirsty asswipes' please.
    He's CIA's scapecoat.

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  12. They have a better chance of finding chapo than caro

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  13. The gov should worry about capturing relevant drug lords, not some old washed up trafficker.

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    1. He's not washed up he has all his old connections and is backed up by CDS and the new generation of Caros and Quinteros

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  14. I bet 5 million they won't find him!! Lol

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  15. I thought it wasn't him that killed Kiki after all... stupid CIA trying to cover there tracks by accusing Caro!! Lol

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  16. So they free him and then decide they want him back? Fuck the government, he served his time, who gives a fuck if he killed a dea agent, American police/military kill people every day cunts

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  17. They should convict holder, and all the crooked USA politician's. They will never accept they are wrong when they are the dirtiest. That's why we haven't won a war sinceohhhffff.. we will never win the war on drugs when all politicians are head of cartel. USA isn't # 1 in the world no more we are weak and osama beat us like the ass hole said we will fall from with in that baldheaded punk did it with brains something our government doesn't have..

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  18. A caro quintero ya no lo van a volver a ver

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  19. Caro ya pago algo que no hizo el haci que ya busquen a alguien ma's para echarle LA culpa

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  20. THEY AINT GONNA FIND CARO QINTERO,HE HAD HELLA MONEY STASHED,STILL RUNNING HIS EMPIRE IN HIS CELL,GUY PROBLY JUST GOT SUM GOOD MEDS FOR HIS HEARTS,HEALTHY DIET,DYED HIS HAIR COLOR,WENT UNDER SMALL PLASTIC SURGERY AND ENJOYN THE REST OF HIS 20-30SUM YEARS OF LIFE LEFT ON HIM!!

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  21. This one is easy,,, just look for him in a mexican nursing home,,, he might be dressed like an old lady though,,, don't be fooled again,,, ha ha ha !

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  22. Raffa didnt do it !!! CIA trying to protect them selfes by blaming el #1 but fuk them he got the best them he's long gone viva quintero!!!!!!

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  23. They just want his assets. The U.S. want to take him to court to fine him some $50 million in cash or properties. That's all they do. Look at all the capos. They are getting 20yrs for $50 mil. The U.S. doesn't give a rats ass if they come out and start doing the same shit, just as long as they get to tax them. All this is is the U.S. government extorting the Drug lords, bottom line.

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  24. Please use drones to kill Chapo and Caro, to hell with the mexican government, they arte worse than those criminals.

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    1. I forgot the US are not corrupt hahaha

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  25. 9:58am ur so fukin right!!!!

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  26. This man paid its debt to society ! the hell with USA governments demands (CIA or not he is not worth anymore than a Mexican citizen ! Live long And Stay free Mr. Quintero

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  27. Viva quintero!!!!!

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  28. Caro Quintero is a Filty Child molesting maggot who should be shot dead on site. His dirty corpse should be burned and tossed into a dumpster. This faggot was a little bitch while in prison and was rumored to get on his knees for extras that were giving to him while he was caged like the filty dog that he is.Rafael once admitted that his time in prison would have been more enjoyable had he had his Little Boys stay with him. Lets not forget that when he was arrested in Costa Rico he had a kidnapped little girl with him that he called his wife. Hes a pile of shit who masterbated while he Tortured Kiki. I wold love to choke the life out of this maggot. Death to the whore man and queer Rafael Caro Quintero , a sun human shit from his whore mothers ass!!!

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