Friday, September 12, 2014

"El Pikas" executed in La Paz-Larry Hernandez sang his corrido

Borderland Beat posted by siskiyoukid 

At Maguey and Bordo Streets in the La Paz neighborhood Santa Rita-Indeco was the lifeless body of José Federico Gaxiola Osuna, a 39 year old native of Mazatlán, Sinaloa, who was hit by blasts from high powered rifles this Wednesday evening.He was also known as El Pikas.

The authorities already cordoned off the area surrounding the Guillermo Valle Gomez school. José Federico Gaxiola Osuna, who was driving a red Renault with Baja California plates was intercepted at Maguey Street where he was unable to escape from his pursuers, falling mortally wounded when he exited  his car.

It was speculated that he may have been involved in other violent events of La Paz, in which a dozen murders have transpired in the past 2 weeks.

In fact, the singer Larry Hernández is the composer of one his corridos called "El Pikas', in which he mentioned his name as Federico.

"Always firm with the goal, he never put down his the hands, was sailing to salary, did very little work, but that yes, to my family he would never let them down."

In El Aval, Sinaloa  the man is well known , they nicknamed him the cabezon and Federico is the name,

"the click says El Pikas and in Mazatlan he answers them,"says part of the words of the corrido by singer  Larry Hernández.

Larry Hernandez - "El Pikas" Lyrics Translated
Always firm with his goal, he never took down his hands
He’d go around at leisure (not sure of the implication) –There was very little work
Although, indeed, he never let my family down

He’s very well known in Abal, Sinaloa
He nicknamed “el cabezon” (large headed), his first name Federico
The click(gang) calls him “el picas” and he answers to that in Mazatlán

The rough and turbulent waters, the rising and lowering tides
A boat is indispensable, otherwise work stalls
Support from 2 and my brother, (nick)named Pancho Loco

The sun rises for all, I always knew that since young
Whether it’s much or too few, the goal is to produce
My signature is my word – my guys know that

A (musical) band to get happy, a good wine for drinking
And my buddy, El Coyote, sings songs and corridos
That Pancho Loco would like, those were his favorites

Pancho Loco you’ve left us, who had not an ounce of crazy
You remained in Guasave – couldn’t make it into Obregon
Eric, Picas and Cris – we’re all very sad.
Big Thanks to the reader who translated the corrido

104 comments:

  1. 3 minutes of fame with a corrido and gone for ever. People that want to be in that business or want to join should think about it twice.

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    1. 7:44 They do think about it, there ready for it any moment, its the lifestyle they live.. They live fast.. I know it dont make sense to us regular people but these guys are a breed of there own

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    2. ...or,live like a king for a couple years,or like a chump for a life time.

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    3. Is everyone in Mazatlan have the last name Osuna or Lizarraga somewhere In their family?

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    4. Everyone that joins or wants to join a cartel has the mentality like " it won't happen to me!"

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    5. Nope the mentality is its gonna happen but I'll be ready...

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    6. Not everyone has that last name but it's really known they play a big part in mazatlan.

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    7. King of what? Stupidity?

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    8. I've had 3 corridos written about me. One time by children. It doesn't make you bad or good. You can have a corrido written about you that isn't about dope, being the boss or killing people. It can be about a horse or a dog or about a stupid car. It's ridiculous really. Wrote a song about it...goes like this...

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  2. Good they should kill Larry Hernandez next.. cant ass pura pendejadas para pendejos!

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    1. Hater hahahaha quit listening to him Einstein

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  3. Lots of nenas from sinaloa are falling thanks to el sapo de sinacaca

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    1. Ok chula dont be jealous just because you not from sinaloa does not make you less of a women.

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    2. Either you.....lol

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  4. Shut up. CorridoS are tight.

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  5. There the cartels or a life poverty. Tough choice.

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    1. The cartels are a life of poverty for the majority of the criminal's! Only a few reap the riches! If they make it that far!

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  6. Dicen k los de sinaloa se dejan matar para ke les hagan un corrido!!!

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    1. Envidioso no seras? A muchos de sinaloa les componen corridos pork hay mucho talento en sinaloa!

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    2. Y tambien matamos para que nos hagan corridos.

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    3. Y ati t gusta k t maten y t dejen vivo y nadie dice nada

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    4. jajajajajjajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajaja

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    5. se matan pero no se mueren!!!

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    6. Sinaloa has lots of snitches and lot of side switching bitches.thats a fact.

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    7. Se la deberian de pasar enamorando morritas. Que por cierto estan bien chulas. Ojala que valga la pena el corrido. Porque ya que esten solitas voy a llegar sobre las viudas adineradas. ¿No les molesta? Y espero no les moleste que les ande pendejeando los huercos y haciéndolos menos que los mios. Porque a eso se atienen. Neta, de que sirve haver una fortuna sí no viven para hacer de sus hijos hombres y sus hijas damas. Sin padre serán vajos y putas. Suerte, con sus corridos.

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  7. which cartel he was from

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  8. @ chivis really you going to put Larry Hernandez out there what's going on with you. You would never do some thing like that

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    1. Larry puts himself out plenty with his songs, no need to bash chivis for posting a corrido that Larry sings.

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  9. Funny nick names. Watching too much Japanese cartoons.

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  10. Bullshit! They choose the easy path! It takes a real man to work hard, have perseverance and raise a family the legit way! My family came from nothing, and they managed to survive and make a living!

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    1. In America? Totally different in Mexico Mr. Real Man.

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    2. Dude are you from the US there are plenty of jobs in the US the only that dont work are tge ones that dont want too,or the bums obama is supporting in Mexico the oppoertunities are very different little to almost no work nd the pay is eztremely poor. These guys want a better future just like everyone so much that they risk their lifes to do so.

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    3. So they rob from their own? They kidnap their own? They rape little girls? The prostitute young women? They extort their own? They terrorize people who oppose them? Sounds like garbage to me!

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    4. It takes balls to be a real man who actually works, not some fucking coward that hides behind a gun!

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    5. You're eight, it takes more balls to work legit and be somebodys slave forthe rest of your life, that's actually the easy path because all you on your week is rutine, these people is different everyday and like RCQ said, there's nothing easy about it.

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    6. @12:15 ur thinking of los zetas bro...this is the Sinaloenses...they have a lot more class

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    7. Yeah why is it that everyone thinks all cartels are like los zetas?

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    8. Class doesn't win battles or territory. The most brutal psycho wins the end game. Sinaloa are the best narcos in this hemisphere but they aren't the best fighters.

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  11. What about the corrido for the poor family that has go on without a father!

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    1. The corrido is already underway. Everything is resolved with a good corrido.

      Family death = corrido.
      pet death = corrido
      Mowing lawn=corrido

      lol

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  12. I dicen ke pa pendejo no se estudia!!

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    1. That explains the signatures of the Rurales!

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  13. Arriba Jalisco putitos

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    1. Estas haciendo una yamada.jotolin.Charro uñas pintadas.

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    2. Asi Es Puro Jalisco

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    3. At 2:11
      Arriva Pero de mi k-moT.

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  14. Here is google translate of el pikas corrido by larry Hernandez.Always sign with the goal never under the hands,
    They sailed to the salary was very little work,
    But that if my family never let you down.

    In abal sinaloa is known to man,
    nicknamed him the cabezon and federico is the name,
    the clicka you design the pikes and mazatlan responds.

    Turbid and whitewater high tide and low,
    An indispensable lever but the business plan,
    Support pancho loco 2 and my brother's name.

    The sun shines for everyone always knew of plebs
    There is much that is little the thing is generated,
    MY Word is my signature that I know my plebes.

    To cheer the band pra take a good wine,
    And my friend the coyote singing songs and corridos,
    Pancho loco liked that they were his favorite.

    Pancho crazy you went crazy nothing we had,
    In guasave reach obregon you stay you could not,
    The erik the cris spades and we are all very sad.

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  15. LET IT BE KNOWN...ANOTHER CDS MEMBER WENT DOWN,THIS INDIVIDUAL WAS CDS...DAMASCO THOUGHT HE COULD JUST STROLL RIGHT INTO LA PAZ AND TAKE OVER...NOT!!! SHPOULD HAVE LEARNED FROM HIS BOSS CHAPO COWARD GUZMAN,THAT THE 300 SICARIOS...NEVER END UP SHOWING UP!!! ITS ALL FANTASIES! CDS IS A BI FANTASY COMPARED TO ITS RIVALS...

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    1. You have no idea what's going on in La paz this dude was a mazatleco a cell that works with blo

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    2. Esta guey no era Nadien driving en un renault

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    3. At. 12:04 pm
      You stupid man you knknow nothing about anything this guy was pancho loco's brother, cds thru and thru. Estas bien guey y no sabes nada Pedro,caile pa la paz aki rifa cds.

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  16. Always firm with his goal, he never took down his hands
    He’d go around at leisure (not sure of the implication) – work was very slow
    Although, indeed, he never let my family down

    He’s very well known at Abal, Sinaloa
    He nicknamed “el cabezon” (large headed), his first name Federico
    The click calls him “el picas” and he answers to them in Mazatlán

    The rough and turbulent waters, the rising and lowering tides
    A boat is indispensable, otherwise work stalls
    Support from 2 and my brother, (nick)named Pancho Loco

    The sun rises for all, I always knew that since young
    Whether it’s much or too few, the goal is to produce
    My signature is my word – my guys know that

    A (musical) band to get happy, a good wine for drinking
    And my buddy, El Coyote, sings songs and corridos
    That Pancho Loco would like, those were his favorites

    Pancho Loco you’ve left us, who had not an ounce of crazy
    You remained in Guasave – couldn’t make it into Obregon
    Eric, Picas and Cris – we’re all very sad.

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  17. Good riddance! Next guy (cannon fodder) come on down! There is a bullet with your name on it.

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  18. It's so sad to see that soulless body lye there. It's also sad to know that this is a region that it's the normal. The Mexican ppl ,my fathers ppl are a good ppl with good intentions and of good heart . The whole drug illusion destroys our ppl and souls.

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    1. That body was soulless even as he was breathing

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  19. People here talk out of there ass! u guys will never understand what goes on in Sinaloa drug bussiness it's been happening for decades them killing each other for many reasons you have to be from Sinaloa to understand our Narco Culture

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    1. Death and misery, orphaned children, rat snitches, addiction, blood money, idiots with guns that couldn't fight without them, yea we understand. Quit rationalizing this cancer.

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    2. I livenow that's wat it is and I I sound dumb saying it but we r proud of it , And if it is that bad then tell why people like it and everyone seems to be interested in it why r u here reading about it hahahahaha , all the politicians in the USA are the same and u don't say anything about that,the the saying in Sinaloa is "LIVE 5 YEARS LIKE A KING AND NOT 30 LIKE A POOR DOG"

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    3. I'm from Santiago de los caballeros,I know that culture.It's ignorant hillbillies with no education,plus the one's that get education ,get greedy and join the biz nis...You can't change that,and now the new generation is lazy as hell and wants the ez lifestyle.money,women and power.

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    4. King of what ? Stupidity?

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    5. If is stupidity then why are u on the Internet reading about it and watching all kinds of stuff about the Narcos I guess u don't want anything the narco have , if people are interested in the drug cartel bussiness u have look at and read about Sinaloa, because there the Best ones at that bussiness and people just hate on Sinaloa because of that, the more I see people hate on Sinaloa it makes me happy

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    6. Simon compa Arriba Guamuchil SINALOA camarada! Pura gente de huevos! Nobody will ever understand us! Fuck it!

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    7. No sean pendejos!

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  20. El Pikas era gente del MZ ,los beltranes andan recio en la baja

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    1. Estas bien baboso El pikas no es gente del mz es gente de los mazatlecos

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    2. Estas bien pero bien mamon....era gente de MZ puto!

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    3. El pikas was gente del MZ even his brother Pancho Loco if you hear his corrido you will see they mention gente del Mz @Sept 13 estas mas pendejo que un burro i know ppl that worked with pancho loco in LA

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  21. Hey!!

    Paris Hilton and Chino Ántrax... ¿remember?

    "400 kilos of cocaine found on Paris Hilton’s family ranch" http://foxy99.com/2014/09/06/400-kilos-of-cocaine-found-on-paris-hiltons-family-ranch/

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    1. Yeah. I read that too. It happened in Costa Rica. Any info on this Chivis? Thanks. -El Nemesis

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  22. All this in the corrido and he's drivin' around in a fuckin' Renault??? ...LMFAO

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  23. He must of have been a stand up guy. Only stand up dudes get killed in mexico.

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  24. Damasio-El Mini Lic is going to fight for what is his... Sinaloa has a new Owner and its... CDS

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    1. Lol pendejo. .. don't be ignorant even zetas are in sinaloa. . Don't believe the corridos. . I wish the would all get wiped out not favoring one.. my wife is from culiacan and her primo hermana got killed by zetas in that very city.. truth is none of them hold one whole state especially sinaloa. You have a couple in there but the songs make you believe something that's simply not true

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    2. Hahaha pendejo when the Zetas split from golfo cartel! The zetas when to suck Arturo Beltran Leyva wich is Sinaloense because of his drug connection, and government protection , so he was in Charge, some of the zetas work for the Beltran Leyva family and since are from Sinaloa and control some part of it that's the only reason some zetas came to Sinaloa , because Sinaloenses brought them because they work for them lol u don't know shit

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    3. Name one cell of zetas in culiacan ??? I want facts not b.s the only place there is zetas is northern sinaloa and navolato and mazatlan I don't even think there zetas there blo. You wouldn't know if they where zetas or not they could of been chapos mayos or simply some thugs all of a sudden your wife's primo hermana got killed by zetas in culiacan straight b.s I've heard that way to many times if some one can really clear that there is zeta cells in sinaloa be my guest ?

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  25. Wow he was 93 years old and he was still in the business?

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  26. LaPaz was without violence like this! What has happened that there have been murders now?

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  27. Can't believe this nobody gets more comments than Dr. Mireles!

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    1. Dr. M is old news!

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    2. You know why its because everyone here hates on the chinolas seems like the ppl here care more about some dead dude in bcs than the dr

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  28. Yeah I saw the Hilton ranch story, I did not think it was wroth posting.

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    1. @ chivis Paris Hilton became a zeta lol and had training ranch for the zetas

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  29. "Nope the mentality is its gonna happen but I'll be ready"

    Dont slow your roll brother,if and when it happens?No one here is making it out.
    Motherfuckers wanna live forever?Be old and shit,,nah

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  30. "Yeah I saw the Hilton ranch story, I did not think it was wroth posting"
    Completely agree,there is no connection to Paris Hilton at all.Chino smoozes his arm around her which is quickly pushed off,,,in the the video online....

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  31. Miren .agan lo k agan . Kada kien kon su pedaso de tierra y se acavo ni chapos pudieron ni otros doblaron asi ke areglence y todos felises pa k la acen d pedo

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  32. Damaso cant even spell

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  33. I was reading the comments on tmz and somebody put on there wasn't there a picture of chino antrax and Paris together even though Hilton rep say that the story ain't true

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  34. mariachi, corrido etc.
    but what about heavy metal music, or hard rock ?
    do Mexicans play this music too ?

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  35. It could be true but the Hiltons are rarely there so I am sure anything could be going on at the ranch without their. I just did not see that it was a big story, unless there was indicators they are culpable in trafficking, then, maybe, it would be a story.

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  36. wow that larry hernandez,very impressed by his lyrics....not really....only in mexico do people literary run to defend this pieces of shit and write them a corrido....just like that saying..."Por eso estan como estan"

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  37. Un perro malnacido menos para la civilisacion.

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  38. The hilton's properties like many others, and their involvement in drug trafficking like everybody else's, is as relevant as rafail caro quintero's getting caught there in costa rica, and televisa's vans getting caught someplace over there too, there is drug trafficking all over the place, with many different partnerships, not only by dirty ungrateful mexican polleros around the border, my spokesman would deny my involvement on any of it too, next question?

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  39. Fucking narcos ruin everything...La Paz was just that, Peaceful. Its a beautiful place that should be protected from criminal elements. Come on, POS mexican govt. at least let us have one place that's safe, just one. Also, I'm not sur ethis article is correct in saying that there have been 12 murders there in the last two weeks...i read their news (Noticias BCS) and blogs daily (Peridocu) and that does not seem to be the case.

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  40. " this guy was pancho loco's brother, cds thru and thru. Estas bien guey y no sabes nada Pedro,caile pa la paz aki rifa cds "
    Telling it like it is,appreciating the posts dude.People sayin he was people Isidro/BLO or something else.Confuses shit up?

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    1. You a stupid fool also.He wasn't pancho locos brother.He was his right hand man.So before you start insulting people on here,get your shit right.Estupido.

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    2. Dum ass he is Pancho locos brother GET YOUR SHIT RIGHT

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    3. Pikas was pancho loco brother and collegue iknow of that bc i met pancho loco when he was alive awhile back and been to mztln and met el pikas they where ppl of Mz hear the song pancho loco by roberto tapia he mentions mayo zambada both of this people were good people always helped out the family and those who needed a hand out here in East La they will be missed those who knew them

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  41. "LET IT BE KNOWN...ANOTHER CDS MEMBER WENT DOWN"
    Thank you for your input dude,it always helps to talk about a subject that is confusing most of the time anyway..Buenas tardes!

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  42. Let nobody confuse the signatures of the ruralez woth nobody else's hancock's
    The british show their culture and education in the education they gave their own plantation minders and overseers.
    Amerikkka, on the other hand, being the only country that went into decadence from their revolution without bothering about culture, reflects the results in their own ignorant plantation minders, they just take and take and take.
    From killing all the buffaloes and the indians they could, to enslaving all the blacks they could and stealing all they could from latin america and everyone else, to enslaving their own brethren into drug addiction to pick their pockets, america's great statesmen just reflect the worst of england's very cultured greed, and denial, and their mexican and latin american disciples reflect the worst of american stupidity and greed, that no one can deny, as time goes by...
    Too many mexican politicians and cabinet members have been "educated" in harvard and the likes, to conduct the business of ministering of the plantation-banana republic of mexico...

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  43. Saludos al rene al montaña al pelillo al galdo al pecherillas al geo al Chanel al chino al cone y a toda la raza que defiende la plaza arriba los Beltrán Leyva y el chayito Isidro

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  44. Si no saben de que estan hablando mejor quedense cayados. Si hay 2 o tres carteles que dicen "infiltrar" las plazas en Mexico. Pero los Carteles viejos siguen mas fuerte que nunca. Son los que tienen la mejor estructura y conecciones y respaldo del gobierno Mexicano y EU. No los mas violentos, acuerden que antes que vinieron muchos de los nuevos carteles de mierda. Antes estaba tranquilo y todos ganaban. Pero gente ignorante sin modales andan en el ambiente.

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