Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Narco Wanted in US Apprehended in Brasil-On his way to Mexico's Game

Borderland Beat
Brasil arrested a suspected Mexican drug trafficker on his way to watch his national soccer team play in the World Cup. He bought a ticket under his real name.

José Díaz Barajas 49, was arrested at Rio de Janeiro's Tom Jobim airport on Monday night as he boarded a plane to Fortaleza, where Mexico played Brazil on Tuesday, Luiz Cravo Dorea, head of international co-operation at the Federal Police, said.  He had tickets for today's game.

The world soccer governing body, FIFA, had informed police that  Diaz-Barajas, who was accompanied by his wife and two children (ages 27 and 19), held tickets. FIFA spokeswoman Delia Fischer declined to comment when asked by email about its co-operation with the police.

"Barajas was one of the most sought traffickers in the United States," Mr Dorea told reporters in Brasilia. "He will remain imprisoned in Rio until his extradition to the US is determined."

Jose Diaz Barajas, who is wanted on suspicion of trafficking methamphetamine to the United States, was arrested by Brazilian police on a warrant from Interpol and will remain detained until a judge decides on a U.S. extradition request.

Authorities were aware that Diaz drove into Brasil from Paraguay on June 11th, but held off arresting him to see if he was in the country for  drug business.  He used his real name throughout the trip.

The Drug Enforcement Agency assisted in the arrest of Diaz-Barajas, said agent Joseph Moses, an agency spokesman.

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40 comments:

  1. What an idiot. :)

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  2. Diz mexicanz neva learn it seemz every world cup sum mexican narcos get busted so if ur a narco dont go to world cups

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  3. Chapo sni.. but seriously, why did he use his real name? Brasil has been working hard to clean up its drug image for the WC and the 2016 Olympics.

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  4. Which cartel was he working for?

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  5. He forgot he wasn't in Mexico

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  6. how about tomas yarringto, eugeno hernandez, juan Miguel Garcia, and serigo a.

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  7. Stupid and what a waste of time, 0 0 draw.

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  8. fuck brasil, the WC and the 2016 olympics...
    for a fucked up country to spend so much money on stadiums etc, instead of on their people who don't even have decent living housing, it's the pits of undecency

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    1. The women are HOT though. Have you ever been there? Puro Silk

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  9. What cartel is this guy with?

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    1. The majority of business people moving dope into several markets for wholesale distribution don't "work" for a cartel - despite what enforcement agencies like to claim. Cartels work to control the market and charge for transportation at the level where guys like Diaz procure to sell at wholesale levels in major markets that serve as hubs. Most these guys are independent or with small independent outfits who may be buying FARC dope and paying Sinaloa transportation or visa versa - but they don't know who's who unless the plaza they buy in is hot and statements are being made. In the world of drug mules, pushers, sicarios, etc - they have no affiliation w/ any cartel. Cartels deal in weight, transportation and laundering. The rest is generally done by hired guns (gangs) or independent business organizations.

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    2. Don pepe el rey de la heroina or the king of heroin is the only major drug baron who was independent from all cartels even doe he was operating out of michoacan at the time LFM was still strong. The Herrera family may be also independent but I doubt it

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  10. I have never been a huge soccer fan, as such I live in the states but I was surprised to learn fifa has their own bylaws and security force, now I see this and it is crazier to hear that they are serious..I know fifa is one of the most corrupt organisations in operation but this is pretty crazy

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    1. FIFA has more countries in its organization than United Nations (ONU), American States Organization (OEA) and UNESCO together and it is based in Switzerland. And yes, it is a very powerful organization. But it's all about futbol.

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  11. You obviously heard about the world cup stadium that isnt even anywhere close to civilization, its about 200 plus miles up the amazon, there arent eve roads to get to it, I also read that mazillions of dollars were spent on it and it is just there for this one use... crazy, crazy that this type of money is flying around and yet none of it hits the people who could best use it...

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    1. It's the same in the USA, so go and tell Obama. That's the reason people is so lazy, that expect to get everything free from the government. Most stadiums like the Maracana are over 30 years old.

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  12. Chivis admin check krgv news for current article. 300 mexican military incursions into the USA.

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  13. Passport says he's from JALISCO, what cartel was he with? Sinaloa? CJNG?

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  14. Nimodo se va perder todos los partidos que quedan en el mundial

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  15. What clique does he belong to?

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  16. Who does he work for??

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  17. I don't know. What little I could find, people are saying he is sinaloa but not a trafficker, saying he is a heavy purchaser of precursor from the Chinese and he is a mfg of meth for sinaloa.

    But that's all the buzz nothing has been said officially.

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  18. I just hope the Brazilians are smart enough not to send him back to Mexico,otherwise it would take years before he is extradited to the U.S.Just send this scum to the U.S. in the first plane...good job Brazil..

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  19. A ese chango ni en su casa lo conosen...

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  20. Do you want to torture him? Then put him in cell with a 19 inch Motorola black & white that has only one channel with nothing but 0 - 0 soccer matches on it. Or you could have him extradited to the US and force him to watch US MLS on a color set. I would rather be waterboarded at Club Gitmo.

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  21. Lo agarraron porque queria ver a Memo Ochoa atajar las bolas http://www.taringa.net/posts/imagenes/17902618/Los-memes-de-Memo-Ochoa-Mexico-Brasil-lol.html

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  22. Brasil has a reputation of not granting US extradition on a regular basis. Look it up. Dude will never step foot on US soil.

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  23. DEA was a part of the capture working with Brasil. US is the country having this person registered as wanted. That warrant flagged federal border police, who saw he was wanted by the US and contacted them. Agents are always at big sporting events that would attract Mexican organized crime members.

    In the early 60's a treaty between Brasil and the US was signed. The stipulation is that the US present proof of criminality, which is standard. Also there is a long list of extraditable offenses. Drug trafficking and the manufacturing of drugs is one.

    I think what you are thinking of is Brazilian citizens. They do not allow their citizens to be extradited under any circumstance.

    So to be extradited
    can't be a citizen (I know of no dual citizenship he has with brasil)
    have to prove criminality for cause of action
    has to be one of the offenses listed--and it is

    It does take time but since Brasil has been publicly boasting in the media how they captured an important narco wanted by the US, it seems they will look foolish not to. I think there is a good chance. I just don't know anything about this wanted person.

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    1. Kudos Chivis. You've done your homework. Well done and thanks for the information on international laws. That's what makes BB my number 1 site on narco news. Thank you

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  24. it's easy, all he has to do is get pregnant by sergio andrade and his ass will get shipped back to mexico, chente will sign up for his release...

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  25. Sapo Snitch !!!!!!!!!!!!! AGAIN

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  26. Yes FIFA is a big organization and has contracts with security agencies to provide a safe environment for the people and players, did you see what happened in Africa? About 20 people got killed while watching the games, just think about what could happen if a suicide terrorist gets into the stadium.

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  27. Ouch! Brasil prisons are raw, like Escape from NY raw. The favelas are bastions of serene bliss compared to the prisons.

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  28. all about the football?
    --the swiss always find a way to anybody's money, and football you could call the new mirrors and firewater to stick it to the new indies aborigins.
    --you care about football, they care about money, everybody happy...NOT!
    for some there was pele's xuxa, for me, mel lisboa; on the stadiums you won't get to see much of them brasileras, so we have to go quick to the bottom line, "a fool and his money are soon parted..."

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  29. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRjYewEPASM Jose Barajas no debe preocuparse aqui esta el RESUMEN MEXICO VS BRASIL

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  30. women in brasil are not perverted, they just don't have money to buy enough cloth to cover themselves, now it is called "fashion", "high fashion"...
    brasil will be futher depopulating the amazon, of trees to create more modern cities full of hungry people that samba zumba and play football sucker, and more neo-nazi trained mma fighters to kill any witnesses of children being assassinated by the brazilian police...oh, oh, let's go back to point, plaay baalll! and yell, GOOOOOOOOOOO O O OL !

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  31. To me it smells fishy..how did fifa have time and resources to go thru every customers name, given the fact that everyone uses alias in mex..so how did they manage to see the name and say 'oh my this person is wanted'..to me if I see a Diaz I would think its just another mexican

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