Sunday, September 21, 2014

Plea negotiations continue in Chino Antrax and Serafin Zambada cases

Chivis Martinez for Borderland Beat

If plea negotiations are unsuccessful in the twin cases of José Rodrigo Arechiga, better known as  "El Chino anthrax", and Serafin Zambada Ortiz, the cases will be tried together.  It was during the 2 year investigation of Chino Antrax, that authorities were able to collect evidence against Zambada.
 
Zambada, had a hearing scheduled last week, on September 15th,, Zambada’s attorneys requested a  postponement because of the mountain of evidence presented to them by federal prosecutors.  

Evidence that the attorney’s described as; tens of thousands of pages of hard drive transcription, and “millions” pages of wiretap intercepts.

Presiding Judge Dana M. Sabraw rescheduled the hearing for December 5th  in  federal court of the Southern District of California, in downtown San Diego.

"There is nothing more to add, except that the presentation of evidence will continue," said Justice Department spokesmen United States (USDOJ).

Zamaba, arrested on November 13th, as he and his wife crossed into the US to shop for Christmas.  His wife Karime Ellameli Torres Acosta is the daughter of the late Manuel Torres. She was arrested with Zambada, but soon released. 

Zambada, 23, is the son of Sinaloa capo Ismael "El Mayo" Zambada.  It appears that the case may follow the template as that of Jesus Vicente Zambada Niebla “Vicentillo", the older brother of Serafin, in that Serafin is cooperating with authorities, as his brother before him. 

In the case of Vincente Zambada, a plea agreement was reach, and it is expected agreements will also be reached in the twin cases in San Diego.

Vicente Zambada admitted coordinating smuggling tons of cocaine and heroin with "El Chapo" Joaquín Guzmán Loera and agreed to forfeit assets of $1.37 billion to the US government. The plea bargain results in a fine of $4 million and min 10 years in prison. He is considered a critical potential witness against "El Chapo” should Chapo be extradited to the US for trial.

Good time in federal prison is 47 days per year maximum.  On  a ten year sentence that amounts to roughly a year and a couple mos good time.  He was arrested in Mexico in March 2009 and extradited to the US in February 2010.  He could be released in 2018, if time serve begins in 2009.  I am checking on that. That is the minimum time possible according to the plea agreement.


 
According to documents from the USDOJ, Serafin Zambada has three pending investigations in the U.S. , and is linked to at least 12 other unnamed defendants.

83 comments:

  1. Its funny el mayo lost 2 sons to this, regardless of a plea deal. Those 2 will not see their daddy or family members again. They are as good as dead. Their plea deal will probably account for whether they end up in superman or not.

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    1. @11:37.can't you read genious.or do you just comment a lo pendejo.Vicentillo got 10 years.He'll be out soon.

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    2. The plea was only 10 yrs for one of them......not life.

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    3. Baboso he a rat he as good as dead when he come out no muy vergas esos de sinaloa puras putas when the prosecutor tell them the usa gona give u 20 years les comiensa a llorar el sieso pos no que se mueren en la ralla what happen what sad is that they have corridos qur son muy chingones lets see what u made of when u spend the first 2 years of that 10 in solitary hard time putita its not like the movies los mollos te vana cortar pos relaje wait till u get sentenced and go get ur federal # u gona remember all that people u killed sad amarence los tanates agan su tiempo busca a dios que es el unico que no se va a olvidar de ti

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    4. He's right, he ll prob get clipped as soon as he gets out by the hands of mayo sr. for all of this

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    5. @2:26 tiene razon los hijos del mayo no pisaran culiacan ni mexico cuando eres testigo protejido ere hombre muerto..nomas que bajale ardido de que vicente es gallo lo es.. Seria para mi el que tuviera de todos los juniors cabesa pal jale...

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    6. Yeah, he'll get superman

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    7. Los hijos del mayo no pisaran culiacan ?? Mayo es El merro Chaka de culiacan inutil a sus hijos Nadien los toka eyos regresaran a culiacan Ay veras.

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    8. Vicentillo sale ln about three years, with time off, about two months per year, he's been in a out five years, I doubt he is coming back to deal or lead with any pinchis narcas.
      His brothers and sistas just have agains them painting their toenails, puras pendejadas, I think mayo will be ok...

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  2. Fucking appalling! 10 freaking years for a mass murderer? WTF?!?! The USA justice system caters to snitches. It may be a bit tougher than Mexico's but 10 years? Give me a FUCKING break. DUI offenders get more time, burglars get more time. But a mass murderer and drug trafficker? 10 years? I hope that was a typo. People start hearing about the USA's weak system they will become hard ass criminals and when they are caught, just snitch on someone and do a few years get out and kill again. Just a cycle! Rat MF's deserve to be executed for all the innocent people they have killed or ordered killed. Totally disgusting!

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    1. That's like blaming guns for Sandy hook a gun doesn't just get up by its self and start shooting people a person with a gun does so blame the people who pulled the trigger if they had enough courage to pull it then they should be the ones taking all responsibility of the crime

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    2. Did you not see what he forfeited? That's all money to the U.S. They don't care who gets killed. As long as the U.S is getting a piece of the earnings they'll stay happy.

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    3. Burglars and DUI offenders Dont have 4 million dollars dumb ass... Money talks we all listen ;)

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    4. Somebody needs to keep the gringos and negros high at all times that's why cartel vatos do little time, the usa is fuled by dope and whoever controls it is the master

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  3. Mass murderers?? The u.s can only prosecute for conspiracy to smuggle drugs not for crimes that have committed in mexico...and thats how it is in the game they have to snitch on people...stop acting as if they offered u 30 years u wouldnt snitch cuz u would do the same thing to

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    1. I wouldn't. I'd do life before I snitched. My resume proves that. But then I'm old school. A dying generation along with our morals.

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    2. STF you would sing like a canary! Old school new school whatever! Same crap everyone breaks when they get the gavel. Quit watching movies and thinking your in Goodfellas or something. You think the Mafia didnt rat their way out? Yeah......

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  4. Yup he could be and probably will be released in 4 1/2 years. I just added this info to the post

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    1. You are mistaken. He will "earn" 47 days of "good time" per year. He will wind up doing 9yrs and change.

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    2. Did you forget he been in jail so it is probably gonna be time served

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    3. Hes doin 4 years and a half with the time hes served, what yall know u muthafuckers pc up in county

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  5. @12:23 I feel u. I find it hard to believe the EU would give them a slap on the wrist 2. maybe luck will prevail in that as they walk out the front prison gate the bulls eye on them will still be visible. EU offers a reward in the millions U$D and they will walk. 10 years ain't nothing in the EU system. The corruption and politics is the same Mexico or EU.

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  6. "Vicente Zambada admitted coordinating smuggling tons of cocaine and heroin with "El Chapo" Joaquín Guzmán Loera and agreed to forfeit assets of $1.37 billion to the US government."
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    fucking crooked ass american goverment. that's what this case is really about. crooked political criminals stealing from other criminals.

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  7. These bastard crime families need to be treated like terrorist organizations.

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  8. What a joke my primo got 19 years for interstate trafficking and sales. Except he did not snitch. These jotos get reduced sentences because they are fake gangsters who snitch as soon as their lifestyle is taken away fuckin pussies I say.

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    1. Your primo He just didnt invest in a good lawyer that goes a loooong ways that and snitching

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    2. Hey homie maybe you could bail your pendejo cousin out with your stampias ese.

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    3. Las estampias are for crack, they have owner, or they take away our obamaphone and el obamacare, reagan put the conditions in since he gave us the last increase in estampias...for secret personal reasons, I could not believe it at the time, it was to help the poor buy crack, andnow they are trying to make it legal to give medicinal marihuana to: THE POOR!
      Maan it is hard to be loved so much, the federals working again to privatize the madicinal business while they socialize the addiction...with federal funds that can't say NO to the rich in the name of the poor...

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  9. What's funny is that Mexico won't pursue or prosecute many of its own criminals lol..
    At minimum Chino and Vicentillo have done enough dirt to put them away for life in Mexico.. But does Mexico go after them ?? No these go around flaunting their criminality on social networks while Mexico says they can't find or they drop the cases for 'technicalities'

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  10. that's what she said. read the post. it depends if time served began in 2009 or 2010.

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  11. Would someone please explain how capo Ismael "El Mayo" Zambada's --not one, but TWO sons turn snitch doesn't end up 1. Disowning and put contracts on his rat sons; or, 2. Someone doesn't kill the capo himself for fathering tow weak cowardly bastards? I don't understand how the father can carry on business as usual when his croonies know his boys snitched.

    Canadian girl

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    1. This is way above your pay grade. You wouldn't understand.

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    2. You must be a lady!

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    3. I like your style. Canadian girl. I know I would be disappointed at any of my family if they were coward ass snitches! These guys commenting be for me would definitely snitch! Look at their weak comments.

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    4. Maybe because it is not true???

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    5. That is how you can tell who the scum of the earth are being ashame probably turn his own mom over just because they snitched family is family but if you never grew up and never became a man and have to worry about what people say or prove something Then you really are scum trash trurning on your own family

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  12. VICENTE I SERAFIN AND CHINO ANTRAX THEY WERE REAL HIT MANS NEVER BACK DOWN FROM NOBODY AND THATS HOW PEOPLE FROM SINALOA ARE THEY ARE SOME CRAZY MOTHEFUCKERS. BUT THE USA ITS THE ONLY ONES THAT CAN BREAK THIS GUYS DOWN AN THATS A FACT.

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    1. Son Los mas mierdas. Culerisimos. Pocos son buena leña. Pocos son de huevos. Aún que todos digan que son.

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    2. Zetas are doing a great job at it even in sinaloa. What you heard that fraze in a fake corrido! You wish menso. They don't need anybody breaking them down, they're doing it on themselves by snitching on each other that's a fact

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  13. Bruh...the US gov knows everything about the Sinaloa cartel. They've worked side by side for years now!

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  14. Ok where is the "Chapo Snitched Guy ' ? We need his input please !!

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    1. He probably got his computer tooken away by his mom bro Lmao

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    2. Hahaha..hell yeah or he got a gf?...nnah that fkr prolly working full time flipping burgers now!!

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    3. Chapo snitched, and he's losing the war. Sorry, i came down with a cold and was in bed for a few days.

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  15. he still has to do 10 yrs min so it won't be time served

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  16. I say put all of them on an island and give them the ebola virus!!

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  17. what an idiot flaunt your ill gotten gains and pay the consequences the new cartel generations bragging is getting them hard time. Don't be stupid

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  18. To my KOMPITA @ 7:22 that's a good 1 ....Kant wait 4 him 2 respond.

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  19. The DEA got vicente, vicente wants the CIA on the witness stand, he must have the CIA by the ying-yangs, or the government has no case, they get 1.37 billion dollars, vicente has been in for about 5 years, so he has three or four to go, so anybody that has the CIA or the DEA by the family jewels can beat the house, specially if they have a few millions to help their case. No sean envidiosas y pongansen a trabajar, pinchis burras maiceras, y al que se lo chinguen, pues que le haga como quiera, pa' eso estamos, no?

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  20. Serafin snitched !!!!

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  21. US Fed good time is 54 days off per year (15%) for any sentence of more than one year.

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  22. Zambada Jr ratted out Chino's fraudulent passport name! That's how they knew it was him in Europe.

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    1. This dude is right

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    2. Its his fault for not changing everything on his fake identity when someone gets popped, you change skin. They had the money and resources to do it. Let it be a lesson.

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  23. "Negotiations"

    In other words, shakedown.

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  24. The woman looks cheesy :-(

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  25. serafin didn't smugle nothing. all he did was live off his dady's money, probably slept with el cino antrax alot, and partied with porstitutes...that would be my defense...

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  26. it really does not amount to 54 for some convoluted reason it is 47 days



    On June 7, 2010 the United States Supreme Court upheld the Federal Bureau of Prisons’ method of calculating good time credits. As all involved with the federal prison know, the relevant statute provides for 54 days of good time per year. The BOP calculated that in a manner which effectively provided for 47 days per year and many inmates and their families have futilely challenged the BOP’s method.

    This decision should put to rest all other challenges in this regard. Read the decision here. There is certainly more of a need to push for the Federal “Good Time” bill.

    The calculation method was challenged and it went to the supreme court in 2010. finding in favor of BOP

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  27. @chivis i believe its more than 47 days i did 18onths in the federal and i seen people getting sentenced to 1 year and one day just so they can do 10 months

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  28. He might get out early but he'll always have to look at himself in the mirror and know he is a snitch....

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    1. I'm sure hell sleep like a baby regardless of what you may think.

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  29. To all those people defending snitches, remember it doesn't take a genius to realize that if you sell drugs you are more than likely going to end up dead or in jail.

    If you can't handle the consequences of selling drugs, then don't do it! Snitching on your friends because YOU got caught is the cowards way out..

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    1. Lol yea you know it all bro

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  30. Vicente wanted more and bigger weapons to blow up big buildings, saying it in his talks with the flores twins got him nabbed, not the drugs trafficking deals he had going on with DEA and CIA, mainly CIA, the big guys running drug trafficking from latin america since the early 60s, and with mexican DFS, their beloved franchise of the CIA,
    Drug trafficking is ok, making terrorist threats is not ok, ok?

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  31. sorry, it is 54 days per year.

    It went before the supreme court in 2010 after being challenged by prisoners and families. supreme court agree with BOP and accepted their method of calculation as being just.

    what I posted on 9:21AM is directly copied from the bureau of prisons

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  32. Fromp repeat: nobody owes any criminal their silence.
    You are a criminal, you get put down, don't try, and don't cry lil' girl,

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  33. Maybe the u.s. is only making sure he doesn't snitch on them and reducing sentence for snitching on the rest

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  34. Los hermanos zambada,no tienen nada de gallo fino,un gallo fino se muere en la raya.estos y los demas que andaban con ellos nomas en bola o cuando te agarraban desarmado eran valiente. Ya dejense dependejadas raza que no hay narco que vive para siempre,theyre cursed.if u dnt want to ruin ur family and ur future stay away from these guys and the business. Greed,jealousy,and disloyalty abound in dat business. Wats dat stupid ass saying "es mejor vivir como rey un dia que de rodillas para siempre or something like dat, well tell dat to the countless people whove come up thru hard work and dedication,wat it is these narco and wannabes are just straight ghetto lazy!!!!

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  35. Snitchaloa does it again. Till the death with his people jajaja, except if i go to jail. Those corridos are comedy jaja. Chapo is gonna get snitched on by mayo's kids too lmao

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  36. First of all I wan't to make it clear that I really cannot stand all these cartel/mafia/gangster/politicians/crooked cops criminal scumbags. I wish them all nothing but a painful death. They are all the filth of this world. But come on people don't be such hypocrites. I am almost 100% sure that 95% of you people who call these scumbags snitches and talk about how you would never snitch and how loyal you guys would be, if that was you, would completely snitch if given that option. I am pretty sure you guy's "loyalty" and "pride" will completely wash away if given the option of being out in 5-10 years instead of doing 25+ for cooperating with some info. I am positive that deep down you people can agree that living the rest of your life on witness protection is much better than living the rest of your life behind bars. So don't come to me with none of that, "He is a pussy ass snitch, I am a real nigga. I would never snitch on nobody." B.S. cause you guys know you would be as miserable as them and act the same cowardly way, spilling out all the beans.

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    1. 4:46 Stop making excuses on why your a snitch.

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  37. cds=CARTEL DE SNITCHES.. like father like son serafin is gonna sing like a mockingbird.. what a joke... lo que cae mal es que en su corridos cagados hablan de honor y amor y hermandad y esto y otro y mira la mera hora jotellan bien gacho y le ponen dedo creo que hasta sus familiares para que no les den tanto anos.. pussy ass boys. if y'all aint bout that life then dont join it smh.. n here people will still come out the woodworks to defend this rat and justify his snitching.. im talking about both of them.. please stop looking up to these maricones.. t(-.-t)

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    1. I like the sound of that....Very catchy name. Almost as good as Snitchaloa.

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  38. @September 23, 2014 at 6:32PM Even when you call the cops on someone you are being a snitch. Unless you deal with the problem yourself, which I doubt YOU do. FYI I have never snitched before, I might not be a saint, but I am not no punk ass lowlife criminal like those who say they never snitch, but always end up being the first ones to sing like a canary. If a piece of shit crook tries to break into my house they will have to meet either my glock 23 or my beretta px4 storm 45 cal and that's the last of them, no mercy for crooks and no need to call the cops. Can't trust any law enforcement, the majority are criminals with badges and double morale and the good ones are very hard to identify. Eye for eye, tooth for tooth.

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    1. I beg to differ. If someone stole your vehicle from your driveway you aren't calling the police? How will you handle it yourself if you never see it again or know who did it? You have to call the police to report it if you expect your insurance to pay for it. The art of snitching is telling on your homies and those who were doing dirt with you. It is not snitching when it's stranger on stranger crime.

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  39. Trace the connection heading back #219 c2

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  40. #219 c13 sp pace #r3

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