Saturday, August 9, 2014

Founder of LFM, "El Tísico", is arrested again

Chivís Martínez for Borderland Beat

Carlos Rosales Mendoza, alias "El Tísico", was arrested last Tuesday in Morelia, Michoacán.  Rosales is one of the founders of LFM Cartel, who spent 10 years in the maximum prison of Puente Grande,Jalisco,  he was released on May 22, 2014.

Rosales Mendoza born  February 12th  1963, is a former leader and founder of  La Familia Michoacana Cartel (LFM). He was a close friend and associate of Osiel Cárdenas Guillén, the former premier leader of The Gulf Cartel.

Rosales was arrested by (GAFE) special forces squadron on 24 October 2004, he was convicted of weapons and organized crime charges.
Rosales, with strong religious proclivities, sharing the same beliefs as Chayo, had been appointed by his best friend Chayo as a religious disciple.  It was Chayo who convinced Rosales to plan and  participate in an outlandish attempt to free Osiel Cardenas from ‘La Palma’ prison. 

At the time of his arrest, he, along with ‘Chayo’ were working on a plan to break Cárdenas out of prison, using "blood and fire", but those plans were aborted when Rosales was arrested in late 2004 in Morelia.  Eventually, Chayo went on to break from the CDG/Zetas alliance.  

Authorities did not explain the delay of announcing the recent arrest, nor an explanation of why he was arrested, or if there was an arrest order filed which prompted the arrest.

He was arrested while at  a cafe in Plaza Carmelinas, in the state capital.

32 comments:

  1. If they would start executing the cartel members instead of letting them serve a sentence mabey that would encourage others to not join the cartels. And to all of those who say that it would just make the cartels more brutal. Really, can they get any more brutal. beheadings, hangings, kidnappings, rapes,
    Mexico doesn't want to fix this problem. They make to much money from the cartels. NO different when the Mafia was paying off the US government to look the other way.
    Only men like Dr mireles can fix this problem. But it will take a lot of men like Dr. Mireles.

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    1. If you executed the adddicts in the US you would have no drug war.

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    2. Thank you tuta for locking up tisico again . you're the man tuta

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    3. 11:18am we should execute you for saying such stupid ideas. Hope someone in your family is an addict and see how you feel. Idiot!

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    4. 9:27 are you an addict.

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    5. At 11:18 sad but true no addicts no drugs, no cartels.

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    6. I'm not an idiot i'm a good guy i'm just stating a fact, l'm sorry you are an addict.

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    7. @1:09 hahahahahahaha Americans, u gotta love em. They never fail to amaze with the intelligent comments. You make yourself look really smart. I can only guess at what u do for a living hahahahahahaha

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    8. Stop prohibition of drugs like the Swiss and Netherlands and stupid comments like 12:50am won't be relevant. Colorado and Washington are already on their way!

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    9. Who is this testicle guy!

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    10. 8:23 you think making drugs legal you don't have addicts?

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    11. 1:02 at least it can be taxed and controlled and wipe out the cartels drug biz. Plus the violence would be greatly reduced. Look at the stats bro

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    12. You would still have a country full of addicts, then what would you do.

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    13. Then you can continue the "war on drugs method" and keep dealing with all this shit. Hey it's not my country, and neither is Mexico. So have inventing crazy ideas instead of down to earth real solutions. It's just sad so many people have to die for dope. Ciao!!

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    14. So, you kill all the addicts and the cartels will just go and get real jobs and become Johnny Good Guy?? Bullshit!! They'll just focus their attention more on kidnappings, extortions, stealing oil and anything else illegal they can get their fuckin hands on.

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    15. 5:36 exactly! A lot of idiots on here I tell ya who don't know how these guys work. So in other words you would have to kill anyone who has even smoked bud hence it Is the cartels cash crop. So you would have to kill 1 in 4 people then. Ya really smart!!

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  2. These guys should never be let out of jail!!! Solitary confinement for life!!!

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  3. A threat to La Tuta and Castillo, lock him up.

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  4. He still owns his massive ranch El Capire, in La Unión at the beach on the Michoacán coast, adjacent to his home town of El Naranjito, in, in the Grande Costa of Guerrero. The property was long used as a staging hub, exploiting the waterway for the transport of drugs embarking at the hub.
    How is allowed to keep this???

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  5. He was released hours after giving his declaration to the police can you say paid them off lol

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  6. this is the pits, now they are arresting criminals too, WITH NO CHARGES!!!
    --i hope the criminals start taking care of their political and business madrinas before this practice spreads around even more, all the big capos who have been arrested are not enough, the system wants every little cucaracha too, now!

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  7. The mexican government just want money. He willb pay the right price and he will be out again. Just watch... nobody knows about him and he's been around for a long time. Very low key

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  8. Yo chivis they freed him again look at proceso update this one

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  9. hey send me a link if you have one. I told friends last night I thought he would be released. I heard it was a minor non compliance infraction, he is supposed to "sign in" every week and he hasn't. something like that. Bail? or?

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  10. Yo chivis here it is

    http://www.proceso.com.mx/?p=379264

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  11. is rafael caro quintero supposed to sign in every week too?
    nobody is going to be released just like that, like el hermano del ondeado, or alfredito el mochomo, people would like to know where they sign every week, to make a party for them with piñatas and clowns and everything...

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  12. This guy wasnt a founder of lfm hes organization became lfm after hes arrest.

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  13. addicts AND traffickers are victims of the CIA bringing drugs for the masses, and of inventing crack, for their own personal economic gain...
    the US government can eliminate the profit motive by hijacking the distribution of drugs giving them away or selling very cheap, just to cover treatment, and pay more to the producers, and eliminate the profit motive...
    but no, there must bebillions and billions of dollars involved, for years and years and years or it will not work like everything else in the US, no wonder this country is going down the drain...hole...to china...

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  14. 9:42 you dirty sonuvagun, i've been looking up and down for the testicle guy a few times and nothing...
    it is el TISICO, because he looks sick with the bags under the eyes! dammint.

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  15. 2:50 you offer your input in a nice and respectful way, and i can do no less, so i want to know your personal opinion about:
    --FREE drugs and treatment, for the addicts...
    --stiffer penalties for criminals...
    --no monetary incentives for drug traffickers...
    --better pay for the producers...
    --NO legalization for private pushing of drugs anywhere or to anybody, whether sick or not.
    --all the legalization needed for research...
    --out with the middlemen, off with their money addicted heads!
    --i am sure the US would save more than 90% of all the money spent fighting a lost war against drugs, pair it with confiscation of money obtained by illicit drug trafficking, and the US would be again the greatest and richest country in the whole wide world!
    --i really hope some people's brains get real confused by these ideas that only could come from mars or sompin', this is about the fourth time i post this idea, and only at first some people liked it or found it interesting, but i think the real problem about drugs is not the addiction per se, but the greed of the owners of the drug trade profits...

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  16. --the war on drugs has been lost for a while, the craziest idea has been pouring more and more money in the pockets of those who benefit from it, on top of their laundered earnings.
    --the crazy method of free dope for all that want it would cut out the middlemen, and would free space for a lot worse criminals, white collar and all, and would save a lot of money that the US would not be borrowing from the chinese or anybody else.
    --it does not have to belong to private enterprise, never had to, it belongs to private enterprise, illegally because that is the way they want it, now they want it legally, no way jose, the taxes they pay to the state are not worth it, the whole drug addiction business is not worth it, vice does not have to make anybody rich; it is a social and medical problem, not a marketing problem by any means...

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