Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Dutch Court Approves Extradition of Chino Antrax

Borderland Beat

THE HAGUE, Netherlands — A Dutch court has approved the extradition of a suspected top enforcer in the Sinaloa Cartel to face drug trafficking charges in Southern California.

The North Holland Court ruled Wednesday that the extradition of Jose Rodrigo Arechiga Gamboa was legal based on a request from U.S. authorities

Arechiga, who was not in court for the decision, can appeal, a process that could take months.

He was detained late last year at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport, one of a series of arrests leading up to the capture of Sinaloa leader Joaquin Guzman, known as “El Chapo.”

Arechiga is also known as “El Chino Antrax,” one of the two leaders of a group of sicarios who call themselves the Anthrax.
AP

44 comments:

  1. BAHAHA!! Maybe he can trade that jewelry for cigarettes and snacks in prison!!!

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    1. He is going to trade something else, better be ready to be some old convict's wife. Jajajajaja.

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  2. Adios fool, dont drop the soap!

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    1. You are an idiot. Wounded, maybe. Finished, he'll no.

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    2. Yup CDS is too big ranked #5 most powerful mafias there is no way they are done

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    3. Ranked #50 now, right behind weak ass templarios

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  4. What ever happened to the rule of law in America? Is he being charged for things known AND unknown? That is illegal. You have to know exactly what he did and have evidence beyond a reasonable doubt. I know all you mental midgets and unbrave people are going to say "who cares he is a cartel member". But as wiser and smarter men have said: it is better for a guilty man to go free than a thousand innocent men be imprisoned. The most dangerous thing to come out of the war on drugs is not the drug gangs but the abandonment of our rights and protections in the name of fighting these people. Because i assure you, once the war on drugs or terrorism or drug terrorism is over, law enforcement is going to need to focus on something and i assure you nothing is more dangerous and damaging than the crushing force of the State against you.

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    1. They get around the illegality portion of your argument by using RICO and Kingpin Act. Basically, an arrested organization member can legally be held accountable for other crimes committed by the organization.

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    2. Do you really think the DEA is obviously to the main players in a cartel? I mean really? They probably got a folder the size of a bible on this guy.

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  5. Remember if the u.s wants it they will do anything in its power to have it.

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  6. Is there any resent pictures of this fresco?

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  7. Why did u erase the article about el mele antrax

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  8. What ever happened to the rule of law in America? Is he being charged for things known AND unknown? That is illegal. You have to know exactly what he did and have evidence beyond a reasonable doubt. I know all you mental midgets and unbrave people are going to say "who cares he is a cartel member". But as wiser and smarter men have said: it is better for a guilty man to go free than a thousand innocent men be imprisoned. The most dangerous thing to come out of the war on drugs is not the drug gangs but the abandonment of our rights and protections in the name of fighting these people. Because i assure you, once the war on drugs or terrorism or drug terrorism is over, law enforcement is going to need to focus on something and i assure you nothing is more dangerous and damaging than the crushing force of the State against you. <<<<< Spot On I couldn't have Worded it better.... like a fly buzzin around me and couldn't quite swat it or figure out what it was, then people say things like this making me wonder if suddenly it all makes sense - after all, this is pretty much inevitable now. Anyone who says, "hey europe UK it doesnt concern you" well I assure you cocaine is plentiful over here at the moment. So is this screwed up "New World Order" ideology b.s. Doesn't make a single bit of difference what you think, turn your heads, blame this guy, that guy, cartels, anyone BUT YOURSELVES.

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  9. Anyone just hear Obama's "threats" about how strong US military power is right now and how happy he was to not intervene with foot soldiers in Syria because of how "devastating" US military might is? What happened to Afghanistan / Iraq? Were they victories? My point is.. You guys in the US and MX you just don't know how much the US Govnmnt actually wants total control of our "Western Society". This "War on Drugs" is just a part of this control, maybe an experiment - these powers would far rather have a dangerous enemy inside the tent pissing out than outside pissing in.

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    1. I somewhat agree.

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    2. You sound like the type of dude that burns his trash, wears a foil hat and runs when you see black helicopters flying over head.

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    3. And you my good sir sound like an ostrich you read some thing that makes you uncomfortable you stick your head in the ground!

      ATTE: TEXICAN

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    4. Usa did take over irak and we still control afghanistan.we did wat the russians cldnt do there.so is americas army mighty.no fucking question about it.

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  10. AnonymousMay 28, 2014 at 1:52 PM
    Remember if the u.s wants it they will do anything in its power to have it.

    Just like Caro Quintero.... hahaha.

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    1. The US never got quientero he is in hiding after his warrant to extradite him to the US came out.. just like El Azul

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  11. Just kill that terrorist and get it over with

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  12. Is this why his baby's mom was killed? So he would not talk

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    1. They got the wrong girl that wasn't her

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  13. @ 1:05 PM

    Your quote:
    "But as wiser and smarter men have said: it is better for a guilty man to go free than a thousand innocent men be imprisoned. The most dangerous thing to come out of the war on drugs is not the drug gangs but the abandonment of our rights and protections in the name of fighting these people."

    I'll take my chances on this guy not being set free. Chino Anthrax is more than a cartel member, he is the leader of the murder machine, Los Anthrax. I won't go into details, but if you use the search function on BB just under the BB videos you can find out his history.

    Our liberties have been slowly eroded since the Reagan Reign. And yet we still fight back with the recent "Legalization" in 2 states, Edward Snowden, Corporal Bradly, the ACLU and even the re-election of Obama.

    Peace,

    ESB

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  14. Mole, mole, mole, moleeeeeeee

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  15. But remember, they have boat loads of information coming out of Vicente Zambada for 2 years. This guy was one of Chapo's boys so info on him is fair game. Your point is well taken about illegal use of any means to gain information and prosecute. This kind of makes me think about race and class wars. If the average white man, Mexican and Asian doesn't stand up for the Black man, who do the come for after the Black man goes down. Next the Mexican. Then the Asian, next the average income white man.

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  16. Why was the mele story erase??

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    1. Ya!!! Como chingas con Mele. It was erased because nobody gave a flying f@#k about him.

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  17. Well, at least we'll soon have a photo of this scumfuck..

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  18. The thing I don't understand: why did Chapo and his partners let Chino post all that stuff on social networking sites?

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  19. @11:25pm you could not put the time you answering to, not even your name, maybe if you were not so busy with those black helos...

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  20. Cuz no one cares let it go!

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  21. questions Like That Can Get You Hurt. No Talk About El Compa Mele

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  22. @ 1:05 - To the "smart guy" that called us all "mental midgets"- This is an indictment, it is not a conviction by a jury. Its pretty much an allegation based on some evidence, it does not have to exactly specific as to all the facts involved. You will learn this stuff in your 2nd year of law school. Until then stay to what you know, and you obviously do not know federal constitutional criminal procedure.

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  23. Can anybody tell me what Chinos net worth is?

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    1. Three packs a ciggs and two noodle soups

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      Lol. He will need that to keep his hombre happy.
      Chepita

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  24. Off topic but raza, tito torbellino is dead anybody knows the details. Pls post.

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    1. Yeah. 9 shots at point blank distance in the daytime by an unknown group he fled the scene immediately. He was announced dead when he arrived at the hospital.

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  25. Pudo ser un pandillero muerto de ambre mas pero decidio ser un pobre recluso en donde de verdad no lo dejaran ver el sol, una vida destinada al fracaso solo que por diferentes caminos, asi es la vida de los pendejos.

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  26. Time to give up dat chon,chon, chinno!!

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  27. This fucker is a mass murderer who will get less than 10 years as a plea bargain and will be out in 6-7 years after which he is free as a bird.

    My point? Crime pays!!!!

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  28. No matter what he is still gonna be calling shot in the U.s my cousin is gonna be alright

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