Tuesday, August 26, 2014

After his arrest, Azul's son confirmed his father is deceased

Borderland Beat posted by Siskiyou_Kid
Juan José Esparragoza Jiménez, arrested last weekend by elements of the Ministry of the Navy, has pled not guilty of the charges of drug trafficking, and weapons charges against him before a federal judge, but said that his father, Juan José Esparragoza, el Azul, is dead, as was unofficially reported last June.

After his arrest,  Esparragoza Jiménez gave his preparatory statement to the third district judge in matters of federal criminal processes in the State of Mexico, at headquarters in Toluca.  He was  arrested last Wednesday 20 in Culiacán, Sinaloa, although the apprehension was not known until Monday, the 25th. He is being detained in the Altiplano prison,

According to judicial sources, the detainee stated  "deceased" in pertaining to his father, Juan José Esparragoza Moreno, one of the founders of the Sinaloa Cartel and who - according to the weekly Ríodoce, Culiacán-died after he was in a car accident.

Regarded as the "Godfather of Godfathers" for the relations he maintained with the authorities and other drug trafficking cartels, el Azul was a drug trafficking legend in Mexico. There are few known images of him, although in it's Edition 1963, June 15, Proceso magazine published photographs allegedly taken of the capo during the 2012 Christmas holidays.

With that alleged death and the arrest of Joaquín El Chapo Guzmán, the past February 22, also at the hands of the Navy, the Sinaloa Cartel will only be controlled by what remains of its founders, Ismael el Mayo Zambada.

Juan Ignacio Esparragoza Jiménez, eldest son of the el Azul and brother of the man arrested last, died in Guadalajara, four years ago, after having suffered an accident, falling from the top of a building, in Culiacán.  He was interned at the Los Angeles hospital and despite the efforts of medical specialists over several weeks, they failed to save him.

Juan José Esparragoza Jiménez, el Cora, is the youngest son of el Azul, from his second marriage. He was arrested along with another person in a raid carried out by Marines in the Interlomas neighborhood, to the northeast of the capital of Sinaloa.

The Navy handed surrendered custody to the Federal District [DF] to the Attorney General of the Republic, which reported it Sunday 24 within the criminal case 65/2014. It accuses him as probable   responsibility  for crimes against health, in the form of methamphetamine production and possession for the purpose of trade in methamphetamine, cocaine and marijuana.

According to the a bulletin issued by the federal government [Segob] José Juan Esparragoza Jiménez and Joel Vázquez Valdenegro were arrested with two bags with 27 and 47 grams of green grass, with the features of marijuana; a package with 369 grams of white powder, apparently cocaine; a rifle, a handgun and 75 useful cartridges, as well as 26 pounds and 50,000 ml of what appears to be methamphetamine, and 2,746,000 pesos in cash.

Elements of the army dismantled five methamphetamine laboratories allegedly run by José Juan Esparragoza Jiménez, operating in the states of Sinaloa and Durango. According to military information, one of the laboratories was secured in the vicinity of the town of Tamazula, Durango, with 1.5 hectares (15,000 sq meters)  with features of a factory.

The Tamzula property had different areas, among them buildings for staging of  chemicals, a mixing area, processing , finish and packaging, as well as a dormitory.

The military operations were carried out a few days after the arrest of the alleged son of Juan José Esparragoza Moreno, el Azul.

In addition to denying the charges, the detainees asked duplicity of the constitutional deadline for the judge handed down for automatic freedom or detention. The deadline expires next Saturday, the 30th of August at 11:20. [click image below to enlarge]

Sources: RioDoce-Proceso

85 comments:

  1. Yeah lets believe his son, im sure he'd never lie...(sarcasm)...

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    1. I tell you what his drug dealing gang is dead 6 months later Chapo who?
      Drug dealers come and go the best drug dealers are the low key ones not the show offs , showing off just brings haters

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  2. How far is that from torreon coahuilla aka la Laguna

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  3. Tamazula? to Torreôn? about 500 miles or so. But if driving it is about 11 or 12 hr,s I would think, because one would have to backtrack to Culiacan and south along the coast then up through Dgo to Coa. Tamazula is isolated and really only one good road in/out

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  4. Durango is next to Coahuila in that time frame you can almost hit south way south of Mexico but I might be wrong but @ chivis thank you and get some rest don't stay up so late bad to the health aka tpch

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  5. Has anybody noticed that in all the Mexican "novelas" shown on tv there is always somebody crying or arguing? Is it a requirement to know how to cry to be a Mexican novela actor or actress? Cry, cry cry all the time. I get sick of it. "Pura lloradera en esas pinches novelas." I'd rather much read borderland beat.

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  6. I have no respect for cartels cause they work for the cops that's snitching how can u call your self a man snitching like a weasel seriously its cowardly

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  7. He's still alive how hard is it to lie especially in mexico where they believe all kinds of stupid story's he's probally in a hotel in sinaloa

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  8. It takes about 9 1/2 hours of course a perfect drive but whatz crazy is that you have to go way arlund to mazatlan instead of going straight across

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  9. Really? The great big boss and godfather of drug trafficking could not give his own children a better education other than being narcs too?
    All we need to know now is how much money el azul left behind, and who took it, like amado carrillo's investments in mexico, cuba, chile, argentina, brasil, etc all but dissappeared, and the family still going to prison, persecuted or murdered, enjoy the inheritance narco-families!!!

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    1. He probably educated them better than your father could ever dream of educating your ignorant ass. Some of the worlds richest men and companies sell narcotics. Some legally some illegally. Who cares about inheritances, when a loved one is gone? Is that what your father taught you to care about? Money? That's why some Narcos make better parents than wound up, uptight squares, that try to control their children's destiny. They'll enjoy an inheritance of respect and honor. He was a man who knew how to keep the peace, and his family will sow what he reaped. You're just a fool who knows how to run his mouth. Let's see what you running your mouth will get your family.

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  10. Azul son is more powerful than chapos son

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    1. Proof? I just don't believe it. Azul's son is more powerful in what way? I can see him getting more respect because of the way his dad handled business but I don't see him being more powerful. Chapo's sons are a step below Damaso, they have taken over much of their fathers empire. Is Azul's son a big time pusher? If so why is he never mentioned like Chapo, Mayo or even Lic's sons?

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    2. look azul was way more powerful than mayo and chapo. He was the jefe.. why you ask.. You want proof. Well azul had the conection from the goverment he had the last saying he was giving protection to mayo and chapo . and guess what hes son now is in charge.. Not this one..he had the connection on the pinos...he did try to be a low profile.. He was el jefe.. From both chapo and mayo.. And as far as damaso taking over guzmans territory. I dont think so. They are still one group... I beleive damaso dad has more expirience . than alfredo and ivan.. And lets not forget al guano..desde aqui del tubo.. Eldrdo

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    3. And to know that Damaso Sr. was a prison guard that let Chapo escape...AAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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    4. he was the director.. Not a guard ..he helped no doubt but there are more involved.....

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  11. Yea sure like if he's supposed to say "My father fake his death, he's alive"

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  12. All the sinaloa bosses and their sons are gonna end up in prison in the U.S. the government is after them after working with them for years.

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  13. Son says Azul is dead. Doesn't make it proven to me.

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  14. That Us govt. sure is dirty!

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    1. Wrong place Chivis!

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    2. @10:06 a.m they play dirty with dirty ppl!! U lie down with dogs u gonna get fleas!!

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    3. Douche is that you hating again?

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    4. What about if its an indoor dog and showered daily and never steps outside?

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    5. 4:51 no but it's not only one, everyone knows the truth.

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    6. The dog is getting the piojos from you pinche nino mamon.

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  15. Obvious he's going to say his father is dead how stupid can Mexican authorities be.

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  16. Do You Really Think He's Going To Give Up His Dad? NO!!!!
    C'mon Guys Lets Be A Little Bit More Bright

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  17. Yeah, my pops is dead and I also have some beachfront property in Arizona to sell you, sucker, I mean, sir.

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  18. His dad is really dead and the fairy they found in mexico years back is real Mexican authorities never lie

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  19. This is article is b.s sorry but it's the truth

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  20. Okay investigation over. Problem solved. Case closed. Glad i know the truth now.

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  21. this was a big fish they fried. they don't go into another business pendejo its obvious I hate idiots like u no common sense. lets say he becomes a lawyer rivals will find him n execute him.. El mieado zambada said it best that old fart. are kids have no choice there easy targets in a normal life. they must live in the shadows..

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    1. Dude smoke some weed and slow down on those pills ya taking. Why you so mad dog? You sound as if you know a lot but you don't. You just repeat others words that you here from or other stupid blogs ya read. You sir, are the pendejo here on this site!

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  22. Ok we all thought he was alive untill his son told us the truth case closed... NOT

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  23. And I'm his Irish uncle!!!

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  24. Damn ,top right of photo.Those girls are not that bad.I bet they have never worked a day in their lives. It will be interesting to see if the Mexican government goes after the family fortune. I hope they do,all of their lifestyle has been financed by drugs, greed,and murder.

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    1. @3:56

      I was thinking same thing about those honeys. They are not bad

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    2. I think you guys are talking about the guys on the left.

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  25. The new young bloods is the Sinaloa cartel are as smart if not smarter than the elders who are in prison or dead. Half of them are American citizens and bribe the border on both sides. They put friends in border patrol to have easy access to pass drugs through American soil. All the do is pay 50 grand for each truck to look the other side. I personally know 2 agents who work the El Paso I10 checkpoint and are getting a years salary on each load. They are smart. They don't show their money but they could probably retire in a years work!

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    1. Thanks for snitching on these two agents well be looking for em now hehe

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    2. Two agents. I believe there are a lot more of em out there. Shit, every checkpoint has them. No need for snitching it's already well known!

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  26. Yeah, there is a lot of drama and drama mamas in BB too, and snitches, talking about the secret business of police with narco-managing is not good, the lowly police, poorly paid, are suppossed to take bribes, to look the other way, but the truth is, they may make a tip here and there, because the big police bosses and chiefs are the ones who take not kickbacks, but the lion's share by extorting the big cartels bosses, after being paid millions of pesos every month by the government, they really need the other million of dollars every month from the narcs, who then have free reign on killing and murdering to make up for the expenses of supporting the government officers pimping their arses, presidents, security ministers, federal police, army/navy ginirals, governors, all of them CORRUPT and without remedy, i hope el azul pass his black book or his blue book or his red book to his children, he knew how much everybody's booty was up for, like frank costello, who understood when it was time to go, and did not rat on anybody, not even his shooterwho would have taken it on the chin, gigante.
    Did anybody ever find out what was the son of el azul doing way up there on that buildinghe fell from? That is suspicious...

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    1. you mean the one that fell juan ignasio.. he was high so he fell. hard to believe but yes..

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  27. One word ( Bribe)

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  28. Drama and snitching is no more of drama than you talking about the blue book black book or red book to pay the big chiefs. Now that's drama plus snitching if I ever heard one.

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  29. Saw that blu fooker performing with elvis on a street in Dago.

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  30. The son of rafael caro quintero is a socialite, jet setter, jockey club show horse competitor, enjoys daddy's money, i don't know if he is a drug trafficker or if he went to school, but i don't see anybody persecuting him, and on't worry about my kids, police officers, army veterans college grads, and yet, all these blessings don't make me feel like i owe anybody a thing, the US is still a great country in spite of its chickenhawks, traitors, sellouts, corporate welfare and
    benedict arnolds, and that is all thanks to "We the people..." the founding fathers who still make it hard for traitors to betray the union

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    1. You are one very naive person

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    2. I was just raised that way.

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    3. Thats the reason American s are the way they are

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  31. Just curious what happens to all the money these narco drug lords possess in secret accounts who stay with these millions once they're caught or killed anyone?

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  32. If anyone had the respect of his peers and his enemy it was this guy. Old school mafioso who stayed out of sight and did brokered deals where everyone made money. Who "dies" from random injuries or a heart attack in the drug game? Answer is nobody but El Azul. I am definitely not a Sinaloa fan so before the hating starts just know I recognize the man for what he is.

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  33. It's funny how every one just went low pro like the Guadalajara cartel days.

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  34. Its just like believing that Lazca is dead !

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  35. I told siskiyou_kid "wathc no one will believe it" in fact I am not sure about it either. we are supposed to believe his loyal son? But i do believe that he is dead more than I disbelieve it, because of the timing of Chapos arrest.

    But it is a case of just reporting the story, not writing it, and there are details of his sons arrest of which a few of yu were nagging me about it :)

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  36. They remain very wealthy. RCQ came out many times more wealthy than before because of investments his family made of his behalf

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  37. Is Juan José Esparragoza Jiménez, Azul's son even in the game? Is he a member of CDS? If he is, is he an upper echelon cartel figure? I've never heard him mentioned as being active CDS.

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    1. All the azules are really low profile just like the quinteros. Its pure silence now if you have noticed even the chapos and mayos have went underground its back to the old days I'm guessing and who ever dosent want to listen and make noise they get whacked not to forget all the independent cells that form the federation.

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    2. Did you read the article? It says he was caught in culiacan and with drugs and then they dismantled his drug labs from culiacan all the way to durango. And you still asking if he was in the drug game? And of course hes not gonna start being a look out or just a drug pusher because of his dad he will be up the latter with the big dogs!

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    3. Just because it made the news it doesnt make it so. Trust me, or don't.

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  38. After Nazario Moreno faked his death in Michoacan with government complicity, I will believe just about anything, although I tend to think el Azul really is dead.

    The family was fairly discrete about the memorials, and there was not any concentrated effort to find him.

    However, I can't disagree with anyone who doubts his death, because we don't have proof. The stories of his death are convoluted as to whether it was an auto accident, or a heart attack when he tried to get out of bed in the morning.

    I don't see how his death could be proved, because his body was reportedly cremated and the ashes scattered......................

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  39. I honestly don't believe Lazca is dead. I think he is running things. He is the too dog in the game

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    1. Nah that was him dead in those pictures. Everything that happened was standard procedure on behalf of the cartel. They tended to pick up their dead comrades and disolve the bodies in acid. They got rid of evidence. If he wern't dead the zetas might still be one group not several groups who even fight each other.

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  40. El Cora? I read the book El Sicario and he says the order to eliminate one of the journalists, Dr something, came from an El Cora. same guy?

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  41. Most of the sons of the capos are pretty big time but they aren't the ones being groomed to take over the top spots are generally older and above all they don't have social networking accounts!

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  42. Douchebag at 4:51pm, why in GOD's name are you sooo STUPID? You need to post the time you are writting to, how many times are we going to tell you?
    Then you ass complains about not getting posted...
    All the secret accounts will usually remain in the banks where they are at, it is all another con job to steal more money from the stupid mexicans who think their money will be safer in US or european banks, and it is safe there, that money's owners will never see it again, por pendejos...

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  43. Of all the "Shot Callers" Azul was the most dynamic as well as "Low Key" one of all. He kept such a Low profile that no one put any heat on him. He was the Honorary Mayor for most of the cartels. He kept to himself and when the others were at odds they always called on him to keep every body calm until an agreement could be made that everybody could live with !

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    1. He had a lot of heat on him, wake up

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    2. Well that what you think because you hear rumors or the things you read online who knows maybe he was violent but one thing for sure he kept a low profile like nacho coronel too. I think chapo would had been more low key if it wiuld not have been fail asanitation attemp where the catholic priest died other than that thats how we know who chapo was and is. Mayo low key except when he did that interview.

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  44. This idiot again!

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  45. Comando armado con “cuernos de chivo” y encapuchados “reventaron” una casa ubicada en la avenida Geranios entre las calles 18 y 19 cerca del parque “Fausto Ochoa Medina”, en la colonia “El Mezquite”, en San Luis Río Colorado, Sonora, donde dieron muerte a Alfredo Colín Ortega, de 42 años, alias “El Gordo”  y Ramón Barajas Salas, de 50 años, apodado El Monchy.
    El artero ataque ocurrió minutos antes de las seis de la mañana y fue grabado por el sistema de cámaras de seguridad con las que cuenta la casa, donde se puede ver a cinco sujetos encapuchados que perpetran la agresión.
    Personal de Servicios Periciales de la Procuraduría General de Justicia del Estado encontraron decenas de casquillos percutidos de arma corta y de arma larga, ahí estaba una escopeta calibre 12 y 25 cartuchos útiles del mismo calibre, “El Gordo” fue masacrado en la cama donde dormía y “El Monchy”  quedó tirado en el piso de la sala.
    Extraoficialmente se informó que estos dos hombres originarios del Estado de Guerrero, representan en San Luis los intereses del venido a menos Cártel de los Arellano Félix, incluso “El Gordo” fue capturado en el 2007 en la Paz, Baja California Sur, según informó en su momento la PGR.
    La semana pasado “El Gordo Colín” fue capturado por agentes de la Policía Municipal de San Luis, ante los que dijo que pagaba “protección” a tres elementos de dicha corporación que están sujetos a investigación.
    Informaron de la Policía Estatal Investigadora de Sonora, que los dos hombres estaban dentro de la finca, la cual está rodeada de cámaras de vigilancia y a donde llegaron varios sujetos que ingresaron a la vivienda y dispararon en contra de los hoy fallecidos para posteriormente darse a la fuga.

    Elementos de todas las corporaciones, incluyendo el Ejército Mexicano, arribaron al lugar para realizar las investigaciones y tratar de dar con el comando de ejecutores.

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  46. In Mexicali the same people that killed el gordo Colin and el monchy killed this guy..Resultó ser que Raúl Zamora Duarte, de 40 años, quien fue ultimado a tiros en una en el cruce de calles de la calle Río Acaponeta y  Víctor Rosales, en la colonia Independencia, era exconvicto de las cárceles de los E.U. por delitos relacionados con el narcotráfico, además era investigado y requerido por las autoridades de ese país.
    De la  Procuraduría General de Justicia del Estado se confirmó lo anterior y que Zamora Duarte cotaba con antecedentes delictivos en el vecino país y que estaba siendo investigado por el Servicio de Inmigración y Aduana (ICE por sus siglas en inglés), ya que se dijo que tenía fuertes nexos con bandas de traficantes que operaban en esta frontera.
    Se sabe que este hombre era el propietario de la planta de aguas afuera de la cual fue muerto y de otra más en el fraccionamiento Villa del Palmar.
    Una de las líneas de investigación de su asesinato es que pudiera estar relacionado con banda de delincuencia organizada y que fuera consecuencia de los problemas entre bandas rivales, o se trate de un ajuste de cuentas.

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  47. Azul, Mayo, and Chapo seem to be very close and smart. I'm sure they've prepared for everything to keep this empire going.

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  48. @August 28, 2014 at 8:33 AM

    Did you know that with phone here is reply-link with posts? With phone it would be seen correct, just under the post to what he/she replied.
    I don't know why it doesn't work with computer browser, thats very confusing.

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  49. Apparently, narcos are not immune from hideous sweaters either.

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    1. Jajaja that shit is funny
      Im thinking people who have a lot of money dont give a shit how they look anymore all the capos who get caught have some hideous clothes on

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  50. hey chivis i dont appreciate you not posting my comment : chapo snitched: when i say that i truly believe hes the biggest snitch to ever set foot on this earth!

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  51. 10:55 no problem, we all do what we can, thanks for the constrictive criticism.
    I certainly wish i knew every little gramero and every little detail about every little crooked police, but i have had to give it up and go after bigger game, more putrid, and i have certainly found some, but after two years, i still don't see any of them falling down, i don't care about one pulitzer prize winning artcle, that is why i chose to repeat the most obvious facts, which is boring even to me, and which obviously tire up geniuses like you, but i'll keep trying, for the purer of heart, inspite of the dissapointing it causes you, as long as the administrators keep posting, i hope you have noticed i never ask of nobody to stop posting comments or to be kept away, no matter what, it has something to do with a different criteria, morals, ethics, etcetera..
    --ok, back to mammy, and see what she thinks, of yours and mine's...

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  52. He's still alive how hard is it to lie especially in mexico where they believe all kinds of stupid story's he's probally in a hotel in sinaloa

    really guy? really! coming from a gringo that thinks bin laden is dead ? but never had a body to show the media because you respect their religion? the keneddy assasination? the twin towers? you gringo cunt want to talk to mexico about lies? really?! seriously?!! i mean really!! come on man!

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  53. El Chapo raging a war in Chihuas wasn't very low key. Chapo was not low key at all, he actually enjoyed all the attention and he was a greedy Capo. I think Mayo and Azul kept him close because in the end they didn't really want him as a enemy because they are more business first, blood second.

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    1. chapo was the icon of cds.. They did a good allience .azul goverment connextions..mayo trafikking.. And chapo fighting turfs.. Theres always some one that makes alot of noise.

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  54. Gringo mouthpieces do not lie, they just spin before and after spinning their half truths and outright lies, deviate from the topic and mislead the public perceptions with more lies and cover-up...
    --in the US MSM you will never read about drug trafficking by officials of the government, or about money laundering by the likes of mitt romney, bain co, or the bush crime family, to protect the people from knowing about their government's shenanigans...
    --but We the people do not need "protection" we want the facts, we can handle the truth...

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  55. When will the US defender of the americans start defending el americano from the accusations about his being a ct/viagra? He is american too!!!

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