Saturday, February 22, 2014

As Allies Fell, Noose Closed on ‘El Chapo’ Guzman

Borderland Beat

The Washington Post
By The Associated Press


For 13 years Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman watched from the rugged mountains of western Mexico as authorities captured or killed the leaders of every group that challenged his Sinaloa cartel’s spot at the top of global drug trafficking.

Unscathed and his legend growing, the stocky son of a peasant farmer grabbed a slot on the Forbes’ billionaires’ list and a folkloric status as the capo who grew too powerful to catch. Then, late last year, authorities started closing on the inner circle of the world’s most-wanted drug lord.

The son of one of his two top henchmen, Ismael “Mayo” Zambada, was arrested at a border crossing in Nogales, Arizona in November as part of a sprawling, complex investigation involving as many as 100 wiretaps, according to his lawyer.

A month later, one of the Sinaloa cartel’s main lieutenants was gunned down by Mexican helicopter gunships in a resort town a few hours drive to the east. Less than two weeks passed before police at Schipol Airport in Amsterdam arrested one of the cartel’s top assassins, a man who handled transport and logistics for Guzman.

This month the noose started tightening. Federal forces began sweeping through Culiacan, capital of the Pacific coast state of Sinaloa — closing streets, raiding houses, seizing automatic weapons, drugs and money, and arresting a series of men Mexican officials carefully described to reporters as top officials for Zambada.

But the target was bigger.

On Feb. 13, a man known as “19,” whom officials called the new chief of assassins for Zambada, was arrested with two other men on the highway to the coastal resort city of Mazatlan. Four days later, a man described as a member of the Sinaloa cartel’s upper ranks was seized along with 4,000 hollowed-out cucumbers and bananas stuffed with cocaine. In the middle of this week, a 43-year-old known by the nickname “20” and described as Zambada’s chief of security, was arrested transporting more cocaine-stuffed produce.

By the middle of the week at least 10 Sinaloa henchmen had been seized.

A U.S. law enforcement official said Saturday that at least some were actually security for Guzman, and authorities used them to obtain information that helped lead to the head of the cartel. The official was not authorized to talk to journalists and spoke on condition of anonymity.


Agents learned that Guzman, 56, had started coming down from his isolated mountain hideouts to enjoy the comforts of Culiacan and Mazatlan, said Michael S. Vigil, a former senior DEA official who was briefed on the operation.

“That was a fatal error,” Vigil said.

Working on the information gleaned from Guzman’s bodyguards, Mexican marines swarmed the house of Guzman’s ex-wife but struggled to batter down the steel-reinforced door, according to Mexican authorities and former U.S. law-enforcement officials briefed on the operation.

As the marines forced their way in, Guzman fled through a secret door beneath a bathtub down a corrugated steel ladder into a network of tunnels and sewer canals that connect to six other houses in Culiacan, the officials said.

Guzman fled south to Mazatlan. On his heels, a team of U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agents set up a base of operations with Mexican marines in the city, according to the current U.S. law-enforcement official.

Early Saturday morning, Guzman’s reign came to an end without a shot fired. Marines closed the beachside road in front of the Miramar condominiums, a 10-story, pearl-colored building with white balconies overlooking the Pacific and a small pool in front.


Smashing down the door of an austerely decorated fourth-floor condo, they seized the country’s most-wanted man at 6:40 a.m., a few minutes after the sun rose.

A neighbor who declined to identify himself for fear of retaliation said the apartment had only been occupied for two days. An employee of the building’s cleaning staff said that clothes were strewn across the floor and bed in the condo, and humble domestic appliances — a microwave, a floor fan, a flat-screen TV on a small table — were left inside.


Photos of the apartment published by a local newspaper showed cheap and unglamorous furnishings. Inside the condo, the photos showed little food or liquor: just a couple of dozen eggs on a shelf. A bag from a low-end supermarket lay on the floor.



Guzman was caught with an unidentified woman, said one official not authorized to be quoted by name, who added that the DEA and Marshals Service were “heavily involved” in the capture. Mexican officials said, however, that Guzman was detained along with a man they identified as Carlos Manuel Hoo Ramirez.


Carlos Manuel Hoo Ramirez.

A U.S. law-enforcement official with direct knowledge of the killing of Zambada’s main lieutenant in November described it as part of a concerted binational effort to decapitate the Sinaloa cartel. The organization became the focus of U.S. and Mexican attention after a string of arrests and slaying of the heads of other cartels, most notably the seizure of brutal Zetas cartel head Miguel Angel Trevino Morales in July.

“Who are the only big fish left in the country? We can’t just twiddle our thumbs,” said the official who was not authorized to speak to journalists and spoke on condition of anonymity. “Now we focus on the biggest elephant in the room. It’s by virtue of default.”

Guzman’s arrest appears certain to all but quash U.S. concerns that President Enrique Pena Nieto’s administration has been reducing cooperation with U.S. law-enforcement, a hallmark of his predecessor Felipe Calderon’s six-year term.


“This shows that cooperation is working, and that it’s discreet and based on intelligence-gathering,” said Raul Benitez, a security expert at Mexico’s National Autonomous University. “This is, without a doubt, the most important success of Pena Nieto’s administration.”

By early afternoon, Guzman was marched across the tarmac of the Mexican marines’ hanger at the Mexico City airport.

The man who eluded Mexican authorities for more than a decade looked pudgy, bowed and middle-aged in a white button-down shirt and beltless black jeans.

After his 2001 escape in a laundry truck from a prison he came to control through bribery, Guzman was rumored to live everywhere from Argentina to Mexico’s “Golden Triangle,” a mountainous, marijuana-growing region straddling the northern states of Sinaloa, Durango and Chihuahua.

The Sinaloa Cartel grew deadlier and more powerful, taking over much of the lucrative trafficking routes along the U.S. border.

Guzman was hit with multiple federal drug trafficking indictments in the U.S. as his drug empire stretched throughout North America and extended branches into Europe and Australia. Guzman’s play for power against local cartels caused a bloodbath in Tijuana and made Ciudad Juarez one of the deadliest cities in the world.

In 2013, he was named “Public Enemy No. 1” by the Chicago Crime Commission, only the second person to get that distinction after U.S. prohibition-era crime boss Al Capone.

He appeared in only a handful of photos during his years on the run, staring straight into the camera of an anonymous photographer and defiantly brandishing an automatic rifle.


On Saturday, as he was walked before the press, his hands were cuffed behind him and a masked marine pushed down his head with a black-gloved hand, as if to make clear that Guzman is now under state control.

Guzman said nothing, and looked subdued as he reappeared before the world for a few seconds before disappearing into the cargo bay of a helicopter waiting to take him to prison.


Spagat reported from San Diego, California. Weissenstein reported from Mexico City. Adriana Gomez Licon in Culiacan, Alicia A. Caldwell in Washington and Mark Stevenson and Katherine Corcoran in Mexico City contributed to this report.

133 comments:

  1. This weekend will go down in history for all of us narco war followers. The good guys score a big win!! Viva la heroica marina Mexicana!!

    Ronco

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    1. Shut up ass!The U.S made this shit possible!!!

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    2. Yuor us intelligence have been trying for 13 years to find this guy .peña nieto did it in just months .what a shame for the us intelligence.

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    3. No your an ASS!!!! ASS!!!!! The Mexican Marines are the only government entity that can be trusted to cary out these types off operations!!! Yes the USA may have had alot of involvement, Ronco was just giving props to the Mexican Marines dumbass!!! Its guys like you that make Americans targets around the world, and make people hate us!!!!

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    4. It may have had involvement but people treat it like if it wasn't for the USA it all wouldn't be possible. Honestly at the very least both agencies need each other but honestly speaking we all know the mexican government and marines put in 50 times the work in than the dea, & that us marshall looks mexican as hell. Perhaps a mexican american?

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    5. Pena nieto is a fuckn joke. He and the rest of the mexican gov are the big U.S. of A's bitches. So shut the fuck up about pena nietos getting chapo in months. Do me a favor and check out confessions of an economic hit man and find out the truth.

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    6. Key help came from the US when we it had the capacity to track down the locations of the satellite phone chapo was using, with out that they never would've tracked him down...

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    7. El chapo will get out no one will stop him fuck tha marina narco life man they blame him for shit he don't do hill escape watch.!

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  2. Chivis is not sleeping for the next two days updating and approving posts. Im glad the site is holding up so well. Congrats - a toast to the good guys y viva Mexico!!

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    1. Chapos product can help stay awake!! :-)

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    2. Chivis you are amazing! I hope you can get some rest and not burn yourself out!

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  3. Nothing changes everything still going on as usaul so all you cheerleaders just give it a break already

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    1. Perhaps nothing changes, but this shows to all those drug cartels that no one is untouchable.

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    2. Who are you the information police?

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    3. Are you gonna tell us when to wipe our butt too?

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  4. lol , only a fool would think thats chapo..... for 1 , chapo doesn't travel around without at least a convoy of 20 suvs , i've heard up 100s sometimes..... no type of look outs alerting him or nothing on the radio or cell before cops got there

    you guys are so gulible lol

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    1. Right and Elvis is still walking around.

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    2. Its him, retard. Get off his nuts already

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    3. And you believe that chapo is smarter than the US and that he is superman. Grow up!

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    4. That's what I was wondering. I thought he had 300 bodyguards? Or so they say

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    5. I thnk a more believable reason is its all set up

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    6. CHAPO'S got his own army!

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  5. Vicentillo brought this reign of terror upon his compadres when his lawyers revealed the quid pro quo Sinaloa had with the DEA.

    The Marina would never have been able to locate El Chapo without US intelligence intercepts.

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    1. .....his top people ratted him out thats why they knew not us intell

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    2. Already put a spin on this whole fiasco? Its funny how there are people paid to send out disinformation as soon as somthing big happens. Actions speak louder than words! The top cartel boss is still free, thanks to corrupt judges and politicians!!!!

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  6. check out E. P.N.'s & Joaquin Lopez Doriga's tweets about this event

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  7. Laters Chapo, you son of a bitch. I hope you rot in prison.

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  8. @ 11:48
    Mira pendejo, if chivis doesnt sleep, a ti k te valga verga..its her job to report, and insomias come with that kind of job..go make ur comments somewhere else..chivis is da bomb!!

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  9. Good job Marines and FDA! This shows that no cartell leader or cartell member is "safe".

    Keep the pressure at all levels and they will crumble.

    This beast has at least four legs: producers, distributors, users and corruption. Beat one leg and the beast will limp. Cut one leg and the beast falls.

    I think it will take at least a year to see the impact. Will the Sinaola crumble?Will the pressure increase on all cartells? Will they fall apart? Will there be a change of attitude towards drugs and corruption? Will the good guys or the bad guys in government step up? Will the Autodefensas grow and stay clean? What will the US do? Only time will tell.

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    1. It seems there are people in Mexico that are finally taking a hard look in the mirror and doing some house cleaning! But right now it could alk be smoke and mirrors!

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    2. @10:52 the smoke will keep up, all kind of lawmakers are working hard to invest on grifa farms and dispensaries, and ex microsoft executives and american swindlers are working on mexican ex presidents, presidents, and future presidents to buy growing fields and monopoly (shively and fox marihuana push)

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  10. Just to get record straight,yes it really is chapo & 2 US navy seal teams were also present during raid !! And all the cheese dicks that thought he had 100 bodyguards well most "ratted" him out at the end.
    Lets also give thanks to US Marshal,DEA,FBI and yes Mossad

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  11. Hey remember that picture where chapo is with another guy wearing camos? That Carlos Hoo guy looks like that same guy. Take a look.

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  12. Everything is going back to normal just like wen quintero was running shitt!!!

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    1. Was running shit? Who said he's not! Do you think he was allowed to serve a fraction of his time in prison because of good merit? The cycle of violence will continue,. Just the characters and storline changes!

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  13. A picture where some of the captors do not have their faces covered.

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  14. Don't you love it when bloodsucking liars are exposed?
    This is the former wife of Chapo, who objected when she and their children were placed on the kingpin list last year, and she campaigned in the press I a PR blitz, of the innocence of she and her children.

    Indignant, and never breaking a smile, she protested that she nor her children have any knowledge of Chapo, his whereabouts or otherwise, and have not seen him in years....

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    "Mexican marines swarmed the house of Guzman’s ex-wife but struggled to batter down the steel-reinforced door, according to Mexican authorities and former U.S. law-enforcement officials briefed on the operation.

    As the marines forced their way in, Guzman fled through a secret door beneath a bathtub down a corrugated steel ladder into a network of tunnels "

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    1. :-)1:22 chivis, what is a wife to do?, mexican wives will always do their best for the family as a whole,that is why they stay married forever,even to an asshole like chapo or z40, so let's pick on somebody bigger,many people will agree that chapo will be mi

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  15. I don't believe the guy with Chapo wearing camo in the photo that came out last year looks like Carlos Hoo.

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    1. The guy he is with is the last brother and leader of the Norte del Valle Cartel in Columbia.

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  16. I remember everyone saying he had a few surgeries and that he didn't look the same anymore. To me he looks identical still. I'm sure he's had work done to look younger but nothing drastic. Amd then they said a few weeks ago that he was very skinny. Doesnt look skinny to me.

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    1. Chapo spent a million to some german scientist to clone him.Thats his clone!!

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  17. Caro Quintero and or Mayo had to do with his arrest! We all know that, it seems like Mayo is killing or delivering his top hitmen or even snitching on Chapo so he can control everything. I have to admit that Mayo is a clever mobster and very good one. Loque paso aqui es que estan limpiando la casa! Yeah! "cleaning the house" so sinaloa can start fresh again. Caro is back basically and taking over again, Next possibly Zambada is next who knows. But vamos a ver dijo el ciego

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  18. Love it. This site is the shit. Fucking dumbass chapo got caught slippin; and not a single shot fired what a fucking joke ass snitch.

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  19. Don't count Guzman out. Last time he went to jail he escaped. He had a black caddie waiting for him. Hopped in and was free. He is one of the most wealthiest men in the world and can buy his way out.
    He also has all the U$ government info on Fast and Furious.

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  20. How do these guys rat so easy. I thought they were tough guys.

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  21. So is Rafael Caro Quintero the new number 1 guy?

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  22. Reminder to all (me included):

    These people that are being sought after by the most powerful government USA and enemies; They can't be the 'man with a plan 100%' maybe they are on extra hours right now.


    Some 'operator/plaza foreman etc'
    may think that you and or your bosses are the real deal, the ones making it all happen, when in reality they are just 'tools', somo are aware others keep making corridos; los jefes no salen en las noticias, pero ahi estan en Mexico.

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  23. Love him! Hate Him! Indifferent!
    There will never be another Chapo!
    Chapo will be a historical figure, much bigger than Al Capone or Pablo Escobar!

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  24. CIA backed Afghan Warlords have flooded the world with cheap high-grade heroin!
    No surprise you don`t hear anything about that!

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    1. Is that why there are huge poppy field right next to U.S. airbases in Afghanistan?

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    2. Maybe the Afghans are avid gardeners and love the pretty flowers.

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  25. Does Chapo`s arrest mean that the War On Drugs is no longer an abysmal failure!
    NO!

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  26. But El Azul & Mayo Zambada still run the show!!!!!

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  27. Carlos es empeado del hotel se lo llevaron para repotar mas. Ni se llama carlos

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  28. Chapo is working for the US dea. Alot of corrupt mexican politicians will start to fall. la tuta will take over mex. Thats scary

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    1. La tuta is a broke pimp he a coke head

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  29. Did not do anything to change his looks? How did they get checked up without someone seeing him? A lot of questions that we never will have answers too. I believe that the USA knew all along where he was at any minute. The people of the world still will want their dope, they can and will pay good money for it. It's out with the old, in with the new. Maybe the powers to be had sucked Chapo for all he had and now it's time for a new king. I hope all the high tech the USA used here in this action will never end up in the hands of ones that will use it to take total control. 1984 was true, only the time was off, try 2014. Johnny Longrod

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  30. GUZMAN FAMILY IS STILL ACTIVE!

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  31. Now the U.S.A. govt/intelligence agencies and the Mexico PRI govt. are supposed to get a pad in the back -- not!! These are the same people that got the people of Mexico in trouble in the first place. If Mexico had provided the people of Mexico with enough opportunities ans educated them, there would never have been a Chapo or any other cartel in the first place. The U.S. govt. beholden to their corporate/ trillionaire/billionaire masters aided the chaos inorder to allow their masters to profit from the laundering of the proceeds from drug trafficking and arm sales. The only thing the U.S. govt. wants for Mexicans is for them/us to kill themselves/ourselves and to put them/us in prison. Mexico has more territory/resources than Germany and Japan yet lags way behind economical and in education. We'll done PRI/CIA/DEA. You captured another drug lord at the expense of 90,000 deaths. The PRI run slave state will now continue with business as usual.

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  32. This like most of the war on drugs will only make things worse..when you cut the head off of the brains of these orgs..those waiting to take over are not brainiacs..they are assassins who don't understand that this is a business. In the old days there were rules carried out by 5-10 leaders who understood that the biz needs to be clandestine. They did not allow murder of woman,kids or public execution. Things happened but it was done outside the public eye and only involved people in the game. The war on drugs has splintered the trade into smaller groups who think with their guns not their heads. The number of deaths attributed to the war on drugs has been stuck at under 100K since Calderon was in his 3rd year of administration. The real number is well over 300K and likely closer to 500K. It is a losing battle. Cutting off the heads only leads to more violence and until the demand side is dealt with the money to be made will always dictate that their are people willing to die and kill to get their piece.

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    1. Maybe, but it has to be done! The best way to clean out a storage space is to take everything out and reorganize!

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  33. i know what chapo did was wrong or whatever , but sometimes you ruut for the bad guy , he had been on the run for so long ,you start to never want him to get caught.... but it might not even be chapo , a lot of men in mexico are short with thick mustache.... use yur brain people.... you mean to tell me proberly the bigest drug baron ever with security up the azz, runs a nation wide drug organization , travels with at least 30 bodyguards or more , has goverment officials and higher ups working for him...... then he gets caught at a resort or apt with little or no security , no shots fired or nothing ........ lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol

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    1. Chapo was the chosen guy for a long time the Powers That Be decided to make a change thats all. Only time will tell!

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  34. Thats not him idiots he has a double and now the doubles family is enjoyingmillions jajaja cartels are always going to b around viva mexico keep sending theose bricks 1000 grams of coke or 448 grams a pound keep sending

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    1. So now hes gonna be like Saddam Hussain with doubles everywhere?

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  35. THE DID NOT FIND ANY DRUGS IN THE ROOOM ???????????

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    1. Why would they? Don't get high off of your own supply!

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  36. This Pedophile needs to burn in hell!

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  37. Mmmmm. I dont know but sometging tells me thats not him

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  38. @February 23, 2014 at 2:02 AM

    Skinny compared to average american Joe.

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  39. What's this rumor that Caro Quintero set up shop in Tijuana? Does anyone have anything on that? If so, what does that mean? Allied with the family of his old partner, business as usual right?

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  40. Azul Mayo Damaso .Chapo' s sons. Mochomo.Caro Quintero who will run CDS? Will Sinaloa become a battlefield ? Who will supply the American consumer? What will happen to the corrido business? Has Parrandeo
    Lost his mind ?

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  41. El bravo y los 300 talibanes .ha ha ha .Los escorpiones de Tony Tormenta esos si eran comando suicida.I really think the USA has special forces disguised as Mexican Marines Semar hunting the Cartel leadership.

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  42. He went out just like that? No shots, no talibanes, no anthrax nada? En un departamentito barato sin ningun lujo? Sin la DEA el chapo no hubiera subido y sin la DEA tampoco hubiera caido. Quien sabe que se traen entre patas todos estos politicos y agencias gubernamentales de ambos paises...solo el tiempo lo dira!

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  43. I thought this was gonna be flooded with comments like when lazcano died..

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    1. This is like the 4th article..add up all those comments and you will get more.

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  44. Theres only one word i can say led to the arrest... DRONES!! The gov knew when an when not his security was with him to avoid more mexican agents getting killed. Good work usa

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    1. Chapo or no chapo.even with your "drones"we still gonna suply drugs to your kids gabacho.

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    2. And ur kids will die working for the drug lords who send the drugs to usa come on my friend are u that stupid it affects all of us pinche borracho gow about the guy i buy from sends the money to your city gets it he out in town of the weekend with that money i bougt drugs with he will pick up ur lil girl take her for a spin brcause he has money and u know what money does to kids so ur gril is out with this guy that send drugs to my kid ok now u cant find ur girl she missing my kid high in his room but u r going crazy because u cant find ur girl my kid asks me for $ to buy weed and food so he can come home and goes into his room and eats but before he goes in his room he says to me hey dad did u here on the news of that poor little girl that got lost in mexico its on border land beat her head was cut off but before they raped her and took video of her its horrible thanks for the food dad and off to gis room he goes but u are still wondering if ur child suffered now do u get the picture bro so be fore u got opening ur big mouth think its a two way street

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  45. I wonder what mayo is thinking?? I'm the leader or fuck I'm next

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  46. Nothing changes in Mexico, this means more firefights, Who is the knew leader

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  47. Word around Mexico is that chapo was with a tranny in the hotel room

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  48. to the poster way above you are very naive. as a capo, you cant roll around with a convoy of suv's. that makes it so easy for the marines to find you. dont get it confused, capos spend the majority of their time hiding and stressed out

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    1. You call having sex overlooking the ocean, stressed out?

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    2. @11:28 a.m: Sex realeses stress did you know that?

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  49. His ears r not the same

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  50. All that happens is some one new takes over nothing changes lets hope its not some one that dnt play ball with the government cus if they wanted they could have car bombs going off or sneak in terroris threw the border the way the Z cartel wanted to due I think if that ever happens the u.s will b sorry they didnt stick with el chapo..

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  51. yo chivis and any borderland beat writer,

    Can you guys talk about the article where a mexican woman claims that its her husband Gregorio Chavez not Chapo that got arrested? Is that story real or fake?

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  52. Word on the streets is that Nuevo Laredo is having a big celebration all this week. They are even going to have el z40 out for one day so he can participate and ride on a float

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  53. !!! NOTHING WILL CHANGE !!! AND IT WILL GET WORSE !!!

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    1. Maybe, but they still caught that midget.

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  54. El Chapo came out of his hideout in the mountains to enjoy a good time. His weakness as a sex obsessed maniac got him arrested. Now Chapo can enjoy all the young hoes in prision.

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    1. El Tyrone is anxious to get a hold of him and make him his bitch

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    2. Are u kidding? When sent to the U.S. someone else will be enjoying his hole. Meanwhile La Ardilla will have him for now

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  55. Whatever the circumstances were, chapo was right next door and lasted longer than OBL...all that bullshit about we knew where he was all along but didn't want to take him down without casualty. Since when had the govts gave a fuck. Dude got bored in the hills and came down to get a piece of ass...clear as water

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  56. they should put Z40 and el chapo together in a cell with 2 kitchen knives. The winner gets life in prison... the other ... well the other will already be dead

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  57. @ February 23, 2014 at 12:24 AM you are the pendejo, culero. you have no reading comprehension. go back to kindergarten and start over... but this time pay attention and do your homework. that way you might learn the language. have a nice day tupu.

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  58. It didn't take long after the El Universal expose' on the long-standing cooperation between the DEA and the Sinaloa cartel. That was barely reported in the US, or should I say censored.

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  59. I think a lot of plazas will heat up by others seeing this as an opportunity to take over while disorder follows in the wake of the arrest. Now my question is, why can't they find La Tuta? The authorities can do what they want... it is a matter of motivation as in Chapo's case. It takes little intelligence to do what these authorities - Mexico and US - have done when "the man on the street" knows well where all of the narcos are, not just the capos. This is what makes the who concept of narco war in Mexico a joke. At the same time Chapo and his associates were taken down in the past few days I was having my luggage searched by military retens. I was on the bus and of course nothing to be found. Everything that happens is for show, including this arrest. Nothing will change except a new spike in violence probably involving guns brought to Mexico by associates of the biggest capos, Obama and Eric Holder.

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  60. keep bringing in the bricks my mexicans yo aqui en tx ando bien pilas con libras de mota kilos de coca y libras de hydro y en la federal ay celulares coca mota por menos de 200 dolares pendejos hasta panocha compras y en todas las federales fuck the d e a fuck u the u s is corrupt too

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  61. Mayos bad night august 23 2011 mayo said if he or chapo caught nothing changes

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  62. The Az Bunny Killer says that all you blog spot genius' are so gullible. This is a joke.

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  63. chapo has the federales bought u idiots hes still in sinaloa laughing with the federales on the other end of his radio think hes going out like that the man they captured is a double saludos al chapo adonde estes escondido sigue mandando mota para Texas

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  64. Pendejo's chapo or not, El Azul and Mayo will still run the show!

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  65. Thanks to the U.S

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  66. Poor chapo hope he is set free the sinaloa cartel should sent 500 ppl on a suicide mission to break him out

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  67. A new era has begun. El cartel de las traiciones is no more.

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  68. who will Mx appoint to head Chapos business

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  69. It's official. The War On Drugs has been won. DEA will now layoff 3000 staff and save the taxpayer billions.
    Sheet. Can't have that. Next week the DEA will introduce America to a new and more dangerous Chapo. This will ensure no layoffs and the billions in salaries and retirement money will keep flowing with the river of drugs into America.

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    1. I'm sorry was Mayo Zambada arrested recently too because he's just as important if not more important as far as from a strategical point if view as chapo.

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  70. With such power and wealth chapo had to have a double ready, and pena nieto is justt making up for caro quinteros release Im still in shocked get got si close to el chapo there must of been in house informants "todo lo que sube tiene que bajar".

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  71. Once the drug cartels are subdued along with inspired political leadership Mexico will arise like the Phoenix to once again become an enlightened world leader.

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  72. what if it's not him? let's think, that he spent time and money to find someone that looks like him, it is possible. I once saw a picture of a guy that looked exactly like me, freaked me out! ....and his double is into trannys? what a story if it is true....maybe he IS smart or a dumbshit with a DNA test to prove it.

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  73. Since I'm willing to bet most in here don't understand or begin to understand the politics of mexico and narcos I'll keep it brief. Don't believe everything you see. El PRI which is a mexican political party like democrats etc wouldn't just let Chapo arrested with the strong possibility of him giving high ranking members who were taking bribes. No, it just doesn't go down like that. Either Chapo arranged for his surrender by the way he was arrested and months later we out of no where hear he had a heart attack or just died in a strange way or something within the PRI happened and heads in both Mexico City will start falling. I don't believe we have heard the craziest shit just yet in the arrest. Get your popcorn out folks this will be a crazy ride.

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  74. over 700 comments and 130,000 views on our chapos coverage and another

    in 24 hrs

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  75. This article is from the Washington Post, very cleverly constructed, accurate but not true, to be taken with a grain of salt!

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  76. Busiest Sunday in bb history...

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  77. All we have to say is NEXT! There are plenty of people who can step up to the role. You have Rafael Caro Quintero (Uncle who showed the Chapo the ropes and who handed over the empire when he was arrested) who just got out from prison, Mayo Zambada (Compadre of el Chapo), or any of the other kids of el Chapo.
    It's not over till it's over.

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  78. It is my pride and joy to see comments about bigger fish are popping up on our BB site, and that chapo will not be remembered as a kidnapper and heartless murderer of people as the pinche lavacarros, even la barbie would give the girlfriends of his rivals bus fare to go back home, z40 would feed them to the dogs...

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  79. @11:09 ...el chapo will be missed by friend and foe, z40, woll not be missed by anyone, chapo was not known for kidnappings or extortions and neither was his organization, the zetas are known for being a miserly bunch of motherfuckers and heartless muderers, and for killing hundreds of poor migrants frim central america..

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  80. @1:20 a.m the zetas could have rounded up a bunch of homeless crackheads off the streets of chigago and got the equivelent of their sicarios and security!

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  81. From the Article -

    "On Saturday, as he was walked before the press, his hands were cuffed behind him and a masked marine pushed down his head with a black-gloved hand, as if to make clear that Guzman is now under state control."




    Word on the street inside the Golden Triangle (Sinaloa & Durango) is that the “blacked glove marine” has a substantial price on his head as will be killed for his actions. Eventually his identity will be discovered and he will be killed. (I personally believe this will happen)

    I also understand the bad guys here are also talking about the US participation of the DEA, Marshals and other Federal agencies and are planning retaliations for their (US Agents) participation. What that retaliation might be I don’t know, but only time will tell if these guys are just talking smack.

    I have heard of confirmed “new” shootings inside Durango and other areas where up until Chapo’s arrest things were calm and once controlled. Many people I’ve talked to respected Chapo and believe Chapo kept peace here through his bribes, and retaliation of crimes against the innocent people. I am interested in hearing of any other CONFIRMED reports of shootings or other increases of violence due to the fall out of Chapos arrest.

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  82. 10:05 what is tupu?
    also regarding the schoolyard girlfight, stop it, la chiva has a dueño already, i'll let you admire her from afar, but be nice to each other...
    atentamente: EL SANCHO TUYO DE TI NOMAS

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