Saturday, April 19, 2014

Zetas Cartel Smuggled L.A. Dodger Yasiel Puig Out of Cuba

Borderland Beat
Strange story with the victim shying away from giving clarity or details, it now becomes a bit clearer. Use this hyperlink to  read the original full length article written by Jesse Katz for Los Angeles Magazine 
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One of the baseball’s biggest mysteries may have been uncovered this week: How did MLB star Yasiel Puig manage to escape from Cuba and wind up signing a 7-year, $42 million contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers?

Puig, who tends to be cautious in what he says to reporters, has never publicly discussed the matter. But articles in Los Angeles magazine, which broke the story, and a five-month ESPN The Magazine investigation published online Thursday, claim one of baseball’s hottest rookies arrived in the U.S. under shady circumstances that had connections to a powerful Mexican drug cartel.


Here are the bare bones of the articles:

In Cuba, Puig always had an eye out for the possibility of escape, but he was understandably wary of the shady people who would come up to him with offers of help. After a couple of attempts that went nowhere—one stalled out when the ship failed to show, another time the boat he was on got stopped by the U.S. Coast Guard—in June 2012, Puig got on board a vessel with a crew of five, all of whom allegedly had connections to the Zetas drug cartel.

Puig wasn’t alone. He was with a woman who was his girlfriend at the time, a Santeria priest, and a boxer named Yunior Despaigne, who knew Puig from youth sports academies they attended.

According to the article, Despaigne had approached Puig with an offer from a Miami-area air conditioning repairman and convicted thief named Raul Pacheco. Pacheco would arrange for the boat and pay $250,000 for Puig’s passage. In exchange, once Puig was free, he would sign a contract turning over 20 percent of all his future MLB earnings to Pacheco.

The escape was successful—the smugglers docked on a small island off the coast of Yucatan, which is when the problems started. Pacheco wouldn’t cough up the money.

For at least three weeks, the Zetas-backed gangsters held Puig, Despaigne and the others at a seedy boarding house while they tried to negotiate with Pacheco and others for payment. If they didn’t get it, they told their captives, they would hack off one of the outfielder’s arms with a machete.

According to ESPN, Pacheco and a group of Florida businessman hired “fixers” who entered the boarding house and rescued Puig and the other captives. They were whisked away to Mexico City where Puig was put on display for baseball scouts.

Most of this information comes for court papers filed for a case in the U.S. District Court of South Florida. The plaintiff is a prisoner in Cuba who is suing Puig and his mother, Maritza, for $12 million on the grounds that information the Puigs gave the Cuban government led to his arrest and torture. As part of the case, the prisoner’s lawyer asked Despaigne to provide an affidavit detailing the circumstances of their departure from Cuba.
According to ESPN, Despaigne was frustrated that Pacheco hadn’t paid him money he felt was owed to him for convincing Puig to defect.

In Despaigne’s affidavit, he says that since signing with the Dodgers, Puig has paid $300,000 to Pacheco, more than $400,000 to an associate of Pacheco’s and $600,000 to a Miami lawyer, Marcos
Gonzalez.

As for the people who held Puig captive in Mexico—the body of the leader, a man they called “Leo,” was found in Cancún with 13 bullets in it. And there are still death threats being made against all the men involved in the smuggling operation, including Puig.

On Wednesday, Puig issued a statement through his agent about the articles.

“I’m aware of the recent articles and news accounts,” the statement read. “I understand that people are curious and have questions, but I will have no comment on this subject.  I’m represented on this matter, and I’m only focused on being a productive teammate and helping the Dodgers win games.”

There are other, similar stories about the trafficking of Cuban ballplayers. In December 2013, the U.S. Attorney’s office in South Florida issued an indictment involving dozens of people alleging a human smuggling ring that had gotten Texas Rangers outfielder Leonys Martin and his family out of Cuba and held them captive in Mexico.

The experience may be close to universal for Cuban ballplayers escaping the island, although few speak about it. Last summer, for instance, Chicago White Sox first baseman José Dariel Abreu was said to have disappeared from Cuba, but there was no official word about where he was for a few weeks. There were reports he eventually turned up in either Dominican Republic or Haiti.
Nobody is sure what happened in between.
Near his home in Cuba
Source: Fox  and Los Angeles Magazine

73 comments:

  1. "As for the people who held Puig captive in Mexico—the body of the leader, a man they called “Leo,” was found in Cancún with 13 bullets in it."

    There is no bigger cartel than billion dollar corporations backed by the US Gubbament. The Exxon Mobiles and Apples, Googles and Walmarts. MLB won't let a bunch of low life scum like these traffickers touch Puig.

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    1. You think those corps are cartels? Ignorance kills, don't be dumb.

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    2. Cartles, corporations, six of one, half dozen of the other... Corporations are the original cartels by structure and law. If, there is a difference, it is only because corporate is legal.

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    3. They are the big cartels no weed and coke but crimes by the dozen. Ignorance is thinking you're in la la land.

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    4. In reality the cartels are bigger they make 90 billion a year

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  2. Chapo snitched. El doger works for the z. Los tomateros are going to be mad. 0 2 calsetines boltiados.

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    1. Cut it out! Loco!

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    2. Good work los Angeles Zeta
      From your Chinese Zeta friends in hong Kong.

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  3. Honestly, I fear for his life. Smugglers are no joke, and the zetas are no joke. If they've already touched some of the people involved then odds are that they'll have something against Puig too.

    I'm a Dodger fan, but I'm a human first. We are all born with the right to make a better life for ourselves. -El Nemesis.

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    1. We cannot fault a man for the desire of a better life. He is in peril, perhaps, in going public, there is a measure of protection in it, but not much, i fear.
      TVD

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    2. The cartels are no joke, but their hit men lack skill. The skill available for hire in the US for protection far out weights cartels scrubs.

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    3. No not really. Zetas are nothing in L.A. nobody's going to risk getting caught for murder here. this ain't Mexico. You can't buy your way out.

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    4. Yes it is its easy as it is in mexico

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    5. You still have to pay your dues it doesnt matter who you are, if you owe 250,000 for service, an recieved the service but never payed, then why would you be suprised or mad at anyone trying to get back at you for that? Who is the real theive? I know the zetas are horrible but why try and steal from the devil isn't that just a dumb move from pacheco

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  4. Cuba has been a breeding ground of baseball prospects for MLB since the communist Cuban govt. came to power. Athletics was/has been a propaganda tool for communist govt.s to showcase socialism's progress in developing it's citizens potential. A byproduct of this agenda is the development of good athletes who are coveted by professional sports team : in the case of Cuba baseball players like Yasiel Puig. Their govt.s prohibition of capitalism denies their peloteros of the potential of earning millions of dollars from playing baseball. In a few years as his game improves, Puig could potentially obtain a contract of well over $200 mil. USD. After one year of MLB success that will likely happen. He should have waited till his team traveled abroad and right away escaped inorder to seek political asylum instead of employing the Zetas. There is no way in hell that Pacheco should expect to receive 20% of Puigs earnings from baseball for his smuggling. Like another famous athlete would say : "that's ludicrous"!

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    1. I think I was sitting near you at last nights dodger game.

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    2. Pachecho deserves to be keel hauled..

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    3. 4/19/14 @5:00 p.m.

      That's kind of hard to do since I live in Texas. Rooted for Dodger
      rivals over the years the Giants. Them or the 'Stros.

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  5. Money talks and the poor, well they get buried when family can't come up with the ransom. Make an exception to the law, and deport this illegal back to Cuba.

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    1. Mexicans n Cubans go through the same hardships except Cubans get a free pass once they step on U.S. lands but Mexicans and other immigrants get deported n have to live in the shadows. Even though mexico isn't communist, the people are still taken advantage of and poverty is rampant. Policy needs to change, if the US wants to deport illegal immigrants they need to include Cubans as well.

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    2. You see, that is exactly what is wrong with us as a whole. Who cares is he got here through a technicality and you didn't. Don't hate on him. He did the same thing you would do if you were in his situation.
      My parents are Mexicans who at one point or another either hopped a couple of fences or swam through some rivers. They know of the struggle yet they would do it again. They don't hate on Cubans for becoming legal as soon as they touch American soil. As a matter of fact they don't hate on anything. Old school, just do what you gotta do, and hope for the best for everybody. -El Nemesis

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    3. Mexicans don't hate on Cubans but Cubans do hate on Mexicans @746 go to Miami and listen to their political views. Cuban majority vote Republican which is usually against immigrant policy. If its the law then make the law the same for everyone and I'm talking about white immigrants from Canada and Europe aswell., everybody gots problems, if u deport Hispanic immigrants deport all of them including cubans.

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    4. I never thought about it but My Mexican family has never been racist or hated on others but, Cubans do need to support the hispanic community as a whole more ! We all need other!

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    5. The Cubans in Miami are the haves! Kind of like I have mine! I don't believe most real Cubans share the same beliefs!

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  6. Common denominator of narco scum: Make your living causing misery to someone else instead of...uhhh...doing an honest day's work?

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    1. Dogers? The los Angeles hotdogers little league team!!!!

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  8. He should be promptly deported back to his country of orgin.

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  9. 5:44
    You are an idiot.
    Cubans are given special asylum status, and long he/she arrives in US via "dry Feet" through land not at sea

    One who makes it to shore ("dry feet") can remain in the United States, and later would qualify for expedited "legal permanent resident" status and eventually citizenship.

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    1. Puig is a special case. Somebody would have pulled all the stops to get him here. He has a job skill that is coveted by some wealthy employers :
      MLB teams. The guy is 6'4", built,
      and can hit the ball towards the
      fences. Wet foot/dry foot U.S.policy on Cuban refugees didn't come into effect till the mid-90's when 35,000 balseros were picked-up on the Florida straits by the Coast Guard or were landing on the Florida coast. The govt. didn't want another Marielito boat lift. Before Dry foot/wet foot policy every Cuban, whether they were picked-up at sea, landed on American soil, or arrived at a American consulate received automatic asylum. Geopolitics was at play since the U.S. wanted to win the public relations war over the Soviet Union/Cuba during the Cold War. It backfired against the U.S. some since Castro sent some convicts, criminals, and mentally ill people during the Marielito boatlift. Many of whom ended in prison and caused riots during the 80's. Most
      Cuban people are decent people, however, occasionally you get the Jose Vigoa of the world. This ex-Cuban special forces character would have been a perfect sicario for a Mexico cartel. He hit up Las Vegas casino's, armored cars, and banks. If it weren't for his greed, he might not have been caught. Isn't that always the case with organized criminals.

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    2. No shit, policy needs to change, deport all illegal cubans

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    3. No, I'm not an idiot. The law needs to be changed. He is a Cuban man that entered my nation illegally, by way of drug traffickers no less. He should be deported, end of story.

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    4. Cuban-American Felix Ismael Garcia worked with drug traffickers, like Kiki Camarena murderer Caro Quintero, on behalf of the U.S.A. govt./CIA . All this guy did was use the wrong people to bring him into the U.S.

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    5. What a stupid, hateful remark to make. There are much bigger fish to fry than whether somebody enters your country illegally, Yankee Doodle. For that matter, this USA is my country, too, and I say, "Welcome!" My parents taught me to hate injustice, not human beings.

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  10. Like they said on ESPN, 20% of his earnings is better than 0% of nothing if he was in Cuba. This situation will resolve itself, Pacheco has been paid some money, but he's scum for not being true to his dealings. If you promised to get him to the U.S. you should be lucky to get anything after the ordeal you made Puig go through.

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  11. It's about to happen again, two defectors headed to Mexico.

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  12. All u mofos are stupid. They needed help from el narco to get Puig to the MLB. They got what they wanted time to pay up. Fair exchange. I'm a Dodger's fan we need Puig here. Just pay

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  13. I thought Fidel and Raul were for freedom. He just want play baseball.

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  14. So these idiots want to play around with the Zetas?!?! He pretty much signed his death certificate if he thinks he's not going to pay them! Remind you he plays for the "LOS ANGELES DODGERS" exactly how far is it from Los Angeles to Mexico? Exactly! Guess we all can anticipate an article in the near future about one or both of these guys!

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    1. I'm sure they have plenty of associates in Los Angeles(Z's) If not hire some of the good ole fellas.

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  15. 2:53. you are correct mister "money talks".
    --how much are you gonna spend to send that special illegal back to cuba? you can't even say his name.
    --i guess you've just pooped out, and youuu're oouuttt!!!.
    --the people smuggling yasiel, the boxer and the girlfriend, had a price set, and they chose to jack it up to over half a million dollars, the boxer friend of yasiel can't do good at business, it would be peanuts helping him, but after letting go off his mouth, no help is in the cards.
    --CUBA had a lot of sportsmen playing in the US before castro, artists too, but the boycott and blockade of cuba, for reasons or no reasons, keeps the separation that produces no good for anyone, china is a much more worse communist country, or socialist, for the pure of heart, and is getting all kind of help from the US to become an economic power, on the strenght of their captive communist slave labor force.
    --who needs cuba anyway? at this time the US is dropping off puerto rico, the little island chingada, maybe if the portorrhoids srart a war of liberation the us will want to support them again.
    --the US olicarchs and plutocrats only want the best of the very best, sportsfigures that will produce, artists, boxers, table dancers, and most of all...
    --LATIN LOVERS to keep their wives happy while they play around with the prettiest ot the young boys they can find
    --the zetas have become de agua too? they can't do sea operations through tamaulipas, but they have the cancun, yucatan, tabasco and veracruz. ---please note this is not joke ass jake, i'm ashamed to have fallen to the level where i'm confused with him, but no, jayhawk writes much better than me, and got quick promotions and access, to the rat trap, what a pity...

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    1. Dafuq u talking about dude? And China is communist/socialist in name only. Their policies are modeled after capitalism hence the massive economic boom they have been experiencing for years, if they truly had a communist mentality they would be a bigger north korea.

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  16. Apparently we, the U.S., do. That is Cuba and Puerto Rico. We utilize both as base of operations for the Navy, Army, Marines, and Coast Guard. Keep an eye on the Caribbean and South America. Guantanamo anyone. No relations - no talk on how to return the territory back to Cuba.

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  17. If he made this deal, then he should live up to it. If the attempt was never made to get him into the USA, then he'd be languishing in Cuba living below poverty level. I detest the Zetas perversions as much as anyone, but 20% seems reasonable if he needs to part with $8,400,000 of the $42,000,000 contract. He's not the only one who has had a rough passage between Cuba and the USA and yes, he has those special baseball skill, so he's of celebrity status now that he's a pro baseball player.

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  18. Deport this illegal asap, I'm sick of my Diamond backs getting a beating by the dodgers lol

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    1. I wonder why this situation hasn't been paid more attention in the media. I never thought about how cubans take advantage of old Cold War policies that are not applicable anymore. We need to enlighten people and open their eyes to the Cuban invasion

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  19. So... this cuban can enter the USA illegally and get a $42 million dollar baseball contract... but a Mexican entering illegally and looking for an $8 an hour job gets deported back to Mexico ASAP??? where is the Social Justice in that??? the baseball player should be deported ASAP!!!

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    1. Agreed, someone in ICE needs to start his deportation papers

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    2. Not just the baseball players, all the illegal cubans that entered the country illegally.

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  20. The United States should adopt Mexican immigration standards. No foreign land ownership and border guards that use lethal force.

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  21. 1047 cut what? who? why? what time?
    you know your intelectual efforts, unaimed, leave a lot to be desired.
    --keep trying please, you'll get better
    --there is a limit of ± 4060 words, or characters per post, no remember
    exactly, for you to exercise your deep intelect...

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    1. @10:34pm

      Sorry, again you make no sense.

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    2. @10:34 go to sleep,its past your bedtime junior.

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  22. 12:14pm the chinese people are like the north koreans, cheap communist slave laborers, the most necessary element of capitalism, who sends US jobs, complete idustrial plants, science and technology to asia, and with the coming of the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreements will effectively put the wheelchair bound US on its knees.
    GOLD FLOWS TO WHERE THE MONEY IS, and it has been flowing to china, on its way to the rothschilds and hsbc and other banks, british based hidden hands behind all the wars, narco, religious or political, and behind the depopulation and birth control campaigns, and who finances friend and foe. the IMF always make sure to get national gold from all the countries they "help"with their spurious loans and financial "humanitarian" help.
    the results can be seen on their latest experiment, the European Union's PIIGS countries, economic debacles, bankruptcies, financial frauds, jobs loses...
    now all of them plus the arabs, come to reconquer the banana republics, to "help" them with drug trafficking and money laundering, and the US sponsored mercenaries keep helping them from their military bases in latinamerica's banana republics, el salvador, honduras, colombia, nazi-chile. Venezuela got lucky to get their gold returned, now they are spending it on toilet paper for not being nice guys and for not agreeing to the re-privatization of their oil by foreign corporations...WAR! WAR! AND MORE WAR!!!
    the only strategic use of the caribbean islands is for the hopscotching of drugs to the US, away from the mexican cartels and money laundering plus sex tourism, like rush limbaugh's with his prescription viagra bottles on the Dominican republic...

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    1. Dude really? China n North Korea are way different. Not ready your entire post way too long n too much BS

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  23. The Z do anything they jolly well please. Kidnapping star athletes is a new twist, granted. Not exactly on topic... BOURNE franchise' 2013 book "Retribution" makes use of Los Zetas' violence in a cheap move to drag its lame story line along. BOURNE Fanchise stories get seriously vetted before published, or turned into film for global markets. The Israelis are pitched in the story as its heroes, the Chinese, the ultra villians. Los Z are shown as a Mexican paramilitary cartel taking down "bad" cartels, (CDG; CDS;), besides keeping busy leading the way in black market petrol and Mexico's world wide meth trade. The human suffering caused by the Zeta wars/DEA wars against Mexico's society is barely present in the writer's portrayals of Mexico. This, added to Los Zetas being placed in middle America's mainstreaming consciousness, leaving the people of Mexico faceless is most disturbing in the current Bourne Franchise USA propaganda machine's issue. Not too long, ago, no publishing house would have put out a book with the Z as protagonists in it because the US higher up's would "quietly" ask them not to publish it. There can be little to zero doubt the gringos and the Z share some sort of messed up agenda that doesn't help everyday people on either side of the border. Taking out the AD of the equation suits future plans for both the Z & the US. Uncle Sam's itchin' to roll into Mexico in their army tanks. "Retribution" is a crappy read, by the way! Peace out...

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  24. Sorry to tell you but Cubans are non-deportable aliens. Not going to happen.

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    1. No shit, policy needs to change deport all illegal cubans

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    2. Yeah! Specially if they're good playing with balls.

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  25. Go giants !! Look out puig z42 coming 4 u! Lol nor cal

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  26. Fucking Cuban got what he wanted, fucking zetas got what they wanted, what in the fuck is everyone going on and on about? It's the real world not fucking Disney land, motherfuckers. You gotta do what you gotta do.

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    1. Please do not use supercilious profanity.
      It offends and upsets my sensitive sensibilities as I was raised in England.

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  27. the cartels, drug trafficking, people smuggling, kidnapping and extortions businesses are sub-branches of the big corporations, why fool around with the concept, anything that makes them dirty dark money is good for business, all the big corporations have to do is launder the money, and then take deposits from the cartel bosses, and have them killed or arrested, and there you go, more money to keep and invest on the destabilized countries, no wonder the cartel bosses, aka kingpins never retire. that dirty maney is what has been buying the state owned enterprises, no more and no less, steal from pemex, them buy it, steal from the nationalized mining companies, and then buy them, steal from conasupo, SICARTSA, IMSS, CFE, corona, from government, and ALL the money goes to foreign banks,
    i am sure that all the gold and silver latinamerica has produced in the last 500 years, is all in the vaults of the rotschilds in english banks and the IMF or FMI, for the "HELP" they give to latinamerica.
    over the last 15 years, pemex has been losing oil big time, to the milkers of its pipelines, ending with the zetas, which reminds me of texas oilmen that never drilled an oil well that produced any oil, zapata oil, zavala oil, zapata offshore, zapata this and zapata that, involved in the killing of JFK, on the failed invasion of cuba by the keystone cops, with the CIA, involved with cuban criminals, involved in drug trafficking to the US, the failed savings and loans, the dirty wars in latin america, on the attempted murder of ronald reagan, iran-contra, the murder of kiki camarena, arms sales to both sides of iran-iraq war, sales of poison gas to iraq, the takeover of the US embassy in iran, buying oil from iran when it was forbiden by US law, etc etc, etc. see: THE BUSH CRIME FAMILY.
    the link to the Zetas, whose name is widely attributed to "the radio call letter" used by Guzman Decena, with and emphasis that made me wonder, and check about the dirt on the zeta letter Z, brought me to the zapata corporations of the bush crime family, sure enough, oil and intrigue, drugs etc had to be right in the middle, with CIA fingerprints all over the place...

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  28. Ship his ass back, just like Elian Gonzalez.

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  29. cuba is not a satellite of the US, mexico is not either, like chile and argentina.
    --the only difference between china and their puppet north korea, is the north koreans are even poorer and they are more aggressive with their cardboard rockets and nuculear bombs.
    --the north koreans get paid a handful of rice for 16 hours of work daily, their benefits include they can eat all the worms they catch by the outhouse.
    --the chinese, being a more advanced society, who have advanced knowledge about how to stick it up the PAPER TIGER'S ASS, have it better, $.40 usd cents a week and a bag of cacaraches, because the chinese eat that.
    --privatize everything the rich want, socialize poverty, seems to be the well intentioned system that resumes the new global economy, the chinese model job offshorers want to impose in the US, no less.
    --i can't believe that there are so many stupid people that still believe that reaganomics will bring jobs trickling down to the americans, after 35 years of lies, americans should know better, but americans are so stupid, about 40% of them still voted for job offshorer and drug trafficking money launderer number one, mitt romney, of the church of the greedy murderers of the Mountain Meadows Massacre, america's first 9/11
    --the zetas were looking good when their good offices were needed, but they did not know the real money yasiel was going to get, now after getting scammed, the zetas and all the other associates arses are burning, ---fidel'don't care, he's got enough money from all the drug trafficking he and the other pinche cubano/drug trafficker, mass murderer, the most obnoxious and stupid of all the drug traffickers and international conspirers, associate of george hw bush's crime family felix ismael rodriguez
    who is not in jail because the US still affords to forgive and forget known murderers of its own DEA agents like Kiki Camarena in the name of national security, if they are friends and puppets of the bush crime family.

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    1. F_%k yo comments. Too long, u must be a troll

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  30. 12:55 if you don't read it, because it is too much for your brain, how do you know it's BS?
    just because it is the easiest of the lazy opinion?
    it is easy for lazy trolls to debunk anything and anybody, even smart trolls.
    just say this and this and that is a lie, and sech and so says so, but it is too much for your ass to stomach...
    go back to "chapo snitched" you must know that one by heart...

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  31. If Mexico became a communist country maybe just maybe its citizens could come to the US illegally without being deported. But I doubt that would ever happen since the politicians are too greedy.

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    1. Tru dat, u sir would be someone I would vote for, solve all of mexicos problems in one election

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  32. @1:05 from another troll to a patrolling troll... TROLL!
    we are all trolls here boy, the big surprise would be if you had something intelligent to add, or subtract, whatever your high intellect can afford.
    i don't blame you for not knowing what to make of it, keep trying or skipping, it's a free world boy, you don't have to anything...

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  33. I think it is great that Puig got an opportunity to the many blessings this wonderful country has to offer, I hope the best for him and many more home runs I am sure he went through hell to get here. Everyone deserve freedom and a chance to be successful.. Go Puig and God Bless.

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