Friday, January 3, 2014

US Federal Judge Refuses to Delay Trial of Serafin Zambada

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Addressing FB account with photos depicting a flashy lifestyle, Zambada's attorney insists his client did not even have a Facebook account, but  stopped short in denying  it was not  his client in the photos.

A U.S. federal judge today denied a request by Serafin Zambada Ortiz, son of alleged drug kingpin Ismael "El Mayo" Zambada, for a trial postponement, on his pending drug trafficking charges..
 
The request was made on Tuesday, by Zambada’s attorneys in San Diego Federal Court, and was denied by Federal Judge Dana M. Sabraw on Thursday.  Judge Sabraw and ordered that the process to start as scheduled on  February 3rd in San Diego.
Sabraw (at left) did grant a request to delay a hearing scheduled for this Friday, scheduled to commence on 17 January, delaying the hearing to  March, as requested Zambada's lawyers Ortiz.
Zambada Ortiz, 23 years, is of  U.S. citizenship, born in San Diego, and was arrested on 20 November at the Dennis DeConcini international crossing in Nogales, Arizona, when attempting to enter the United States with his wife via the pedestrian bridge.
Zamabada last appeared in count in November  in San Diego federal court where he pleaded not guilty to a drug trafficking charge.
Serafin Zambada Ortiz, 23, was arrested on a warrant in Nogales, Ariz. He and his wife were trying to enter the U.S. from Mexico in the pedestrian lane at the border crossing.
A grand jury in San Diego indicted Zambada in September on one count of conspiracy to import methamphetamine and cocaine.
Zambada, who is in federal custody, said little in court in November, except to enter his plea and respond to a few brief questions.
U.S. Magistrate Judge Karen Crawford ordered Zambada to remain held without bail, noting that the prosecution and the defense had agreed to that status. She said defense attorneys can ask for bail to be set at a future hearing.
Outside the courtroom, defense attorney Mike McDonnell denied reports of social media accounts that appeared to belong to Zambada and featured photos of cash, guns, designer clothing and expensive cars. He said Zambada didn’t even have a Facebook account.
“He is a very, very nice young man,” McDonnell said.
Notimex and UT San DIego

30 comments:

  1. Heads up, thats not Serafin in the top pic

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  2. Yeah he's one nice young man who stole a chicken from a man who had chickens. what a fucking chicken theif.

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  3. "Very, very nice young man," translation= his family paid me a sh*#load of money!

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  4. That aint Serafin in the pic, That's el Puma Wuacho Gente De Los Beltran

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    1. Can I see what chivi looks like?

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  6. He's fuked his dad has some people to turn in they got m.p and chino whos next fukin snitchs!!!!

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  7. I hope thay look him up with Popeye

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  8. Like my old school people's these so kall narco Jr's are FUCKN IDIOT'S why would you be posting shit like that on the Web? That's what these IDIOT'S get hope they get penetrated by the justice system 4 their lame actions they did

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  9. Not a very happy birthday man from El Mayo.

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  11. Total respect to U.S. Federal Judge in the case. Very Honorable !!!!!!

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  12. Would like to say thanks from the bottom of my heart to all the hard working Men & Women in Uniform that work to keep the U.S.A. safe. Your hard work is not forgotten . 24/7 365 at the border is not easy.

    Thanks & Peace

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    1. It depends on which uniform agency you are taking about. If it's the DEA, then forget about it. Please read The Big White Lie by Michael Levine and the Dark Alliance from Gary Webb. These are nonfiction giving accounts of US's under dealings pertaining to War on Drugs.

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    2. These narco kids are idiots!

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    3. There are so many corrupt ones , that is how most of the drugs pass through the borders ,

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    4. usa number one corrupt nation. everything kpt on da DL

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  13. I guess that corrido Los Buchones just released about el Sera returning to el Salado came out a little to premature. he had it made so you never know i guess... http://youtu.be/NhZTNZlCPv8

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  14. Mayo zambada must be shitting bricks Serafin is in the heart of CAF in Logan heights territory he needs protection in there ASAP oh his gonna get dealt with

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    1. Yeah mayo is sending al chino antrax to protect him that was the deal he made with the us

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  15. Good. Just another son of a bitch getting taught a lesson by the US.

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    1. If he ain't harming you, then don't be hating!..

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  16. Cartel de los sapos!!!

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  17. Por eso les dicen tacuaches pinche jentesita coriente!!!

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  18. Estas nuevas generaciones... Puro morro pendejo,, puras novatadas.....se ve que no han aprendido nada a través de los años,.. You can see Serafín in tons of pictures all over the internet, in reality that is not how REAL drug kingpins operate specially "cartel de sinaloa", I'm surprised his dad didn't killed him before he was caught, MONEY IS NOT TO SHOW OFF THE WAY LOTS OF KINGPINS JUNIORS DO IT, U DO EVERYTHING UNDERGROUND, LOW KEY,... NO LUXURIE

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    1. Your right thats how they sll got caught. F.b.i can track everyyhing You do over internet or phone. Its not the same anymore like the chalino days.......

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  19. SOME TIMES ITS BEST TO JUST SEE WHAT U READ AND DONT SPEAK ABOUT IT.AND TO LET U KNOW THE PROTECTION IS ALREADY THERE FOR SERAFIN NO ONE SNITCH ON NO ONE THE MEDIA JUST TELL PEOPLE WHAT THEY WANT TO HEAR.JUST CAUSE U PEOPLE WRITE THINGS IN HERE ANONYMOUS DONT MEAN U ARE SAFE WE GOT WAYS TO CRACK SHIT UP AND FIND OUT WERE U AT OR WHO U ARE INLESS THAN 24HOURS REMEMBER IT JUST TAKES A FEW STACKS OF 100 $...

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  20. Pinches gringos aparte de que piden droga se enojan y nos echan la culpa alos mexicanos fucking drug addicts! :D

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  21. Social network has brought the Sinaloa cartel to its knees ! .. So smart yet so stupid !!

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