Friday, September 26, 2014

Serafin Zambada Pleads Guilty-Faces 10 to Life

Borderland Beat republished from UT~San Diego

The 24-year-old son of Mexico’s most wanted drug kingpin pleaded guilty in San Diego federal court Friday to a drug distribution conspiracy, admitting to taking a managerial role in the Sinaloa cartel’s trafficking monopoly.

Serafin Zambada Ortiz, a U.S. citizen born in San Diego, pleaded guilty to conspiring to buy more than 100 kilograms of cocaine and more than 1,000 kilograms of marijuana in Sinaloa, then import it into the United States. He also agreed to forfeit $250,000, said to be proceeds of the drug business.

Prosecutors dropped charges involving methamphetamine distribution.

The son of Sinaloa cartel leader Ismael "El Mayo" Zambada could face a maximum sentence of life.

Three female family members attended the hearing in his support, and some cried in the downtown courtroom. Zambada’s defense attorney declined to make a statement after the hearing.

Heavy security surrounded the hearing, with extra deputy marshals in the courtroom and a metal detector at the door.

The guilty plea signifies another blow against the Sinaloa cartel, which has risen in prominence in Mexico to become what U.S. Attorney Laura Duffy called “one of the world’s most violent and prolific drug trafficking organizations.”

The group has mostly taken over the Tijuana corridor since arrests and San Diego-based prosecutions have minimized the once-powerful Arellano-Felix organization. Duffy was one of the lead prosecutors during that effort.

“Tijuana is one of the jewels of the border,” said Nathan Jones, an assistant professor at Sam Houston State University in Texas who studies traffickers. “Sinaloa had designs on it for a long time, and now that they are dominant players in the region, it’s their turn to get more law enforcement attention.”

Perhaps the biggest shake up occurred in February, with the arrest of the cartel’s long sought-after leader, Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman. He is being held on charges in Mexico, but is also named in indictments in San Diego, Arizona and Illinois. Still at large is Zambada’s father,  who has typically operated behind the scenes as the organization’s co-leader.

Young Zambada was arrested in November on a federal warrant in Nogales, Ariz., after crossing through the pedestrian lane at the U.S.-Mexico border there. He was with his wife.

Zambada, who was born in San Diego and attended high school in Phoenix, was on his way to Phoenix for an appointment with U.S. immigration authorities to arrange legal status for his wife when he was arrested, said Saji Vettiyil, his attorney. Zambada showed border inspectors his U.S. passport.

William Sherman, the special agent in charge of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration in San Diego, describes young Zambada as a “major player” in the Sinaloa cartel whose loss to the organization “will be felt at all levels.”

The arrest was part of a two-year DEA investigation into dozens of suspects. Authorities linked about 50 drug seizures both inside and outside the U.S. and tapped some 125 phones, court records show.

At least eight other ongoing prosecutions in San Diego are linked to Zambada’s case, according to court records. Some arrests were made following July grand jury indictments on drug trafficking and money laundering charges.

Besides Zambada, another high-profile defendant is Jose Arechiga Gamboa, otherwise known as “El Chino Antrax,” who was arrested in December after disembarking from a flight in the Netherlands. Authorities say he rose through the ranks of the cartel, from the leader of a group of violent enforcers to a high-ranking member. They say he attempted to avoid arrest by undergoing plastic surgery and trying to remove his fingerprints.

Arechiga’s defense attorney attended Zambada’s hearing Friday and took notes.

It was the same investigation that resulted in last year's arrest of Jose Rodrigo Arechiga, known as "Chino Antrax," who authorities suspect is a Sinaloa cartel enforcer. 

Arechiga, who was extradited to face charges in San Diego, is accused by U.S. authorities of providing personal security to Ismael Zambada and his family and killing Zambada family rivals.
“DEA and its law enforcement partners will continue to attack this dangerous drug trafficking organization from the bottom up and the top down until the organization is dismantled,” Sherman said in a statement.

Vettiyil said the elder Zambada gave no legal advice to his son and did not pay his attorney bills. He said Serafin Zambada's clean criminal history will allow him to argue for a lighter sentence than the 10-year minimum.

"He was a young man, he has a family, he has a university degree, and his involvement was quite limited compared to other people," Vettiyil said.

116 comments:

  1. I hope the fact that Zambada has a university degree and a family is the best defense his lawyer has because it won't be good enough.

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    1. Jajajaj 24 year old looking to get life, I live in L.A. I make 25 dollars an hour and live much better than those mangueras......Il be en Las Chavelas en la zona norte de tijuana con una muñeca agusto, while he remember his short life.....

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    2. Zambada will be fine. Possible 10yrs throw in the fact that he will cooperate in SNITCHING on his dad. He be in Witness Protection Program in know time. He might join you at Las Chavelas n buy you a drink. Or maybe at the YardHouse at Nokia Live

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    3. Because you got no game in the states

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    4. 1:09 He meant 25 dollars a day!

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    5. 25 bucks and sleeps without any worries,
      Priceless!

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    6. I know $25, come on dude really, 25? Uuuuuuuuu! Vas a miar gallina que ni agua tomas... STFU pimple face kid, just stfu if u got nothing yo say.

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    7. Stop hating bitches he makes 25$ an hour decently, while yall haters make a shit on the streets fucking bumbs. lol

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    8. 3:56 stop defending yourself let someone else do it!

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    9. You goofballs mocking someone who makes $25 an hour LEGITIMATELY are the real losers. Crime doesn't pay! Just ask Serafin. Nice chunk of his life going down the toilet. Was it worth it? Any level headed human being will say NO.

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    10. he probably still lives in his mothers basement rent free.

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    11. In hid case crime does pay, he's been rich since he was born and he will be rich when he geys out in about 7-8 yrs, he is a us citizen so he will get 3-5yr probation and he'll probably just go back to sinaloa. He has lived a life that you guys can only imagine wether good or bad, just because you guys are ok with beign "normal" and having a "normal" life (whateverthafuck that means) doesn't mean you can judge the people that disagree with that kind of living. You people don't like leaving the "comfort zone" just go to work go home sleep and reapeat, some people gey bored doing that and that's their busniess. 25 $ an hour...what do you do, shipyard? Drywall? Good, I hope you have fun on your job, other people have fun living like a king for ten or so yrs. They maybe won't live long enough, but they did and got whatever they wanted, you maybe don't get exactly ehat you want, but you'll live longer, it all depends on the point of view...

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    12. 9:45 you are wrong is every ones business because it affects every one. not just the one committing and getting rich from wrong doings. ex criminal..?

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    13. How does it affect YOU personally?

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    14. Mot really, I just dislike people that don't mind their own business, I mean if tou or a relative have a drug problem then its your problem, nobody is forcing you to do drugs. But please explain to mw how does it affect you personally.

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    15. 25 por Hr te la remamaste! Pero ok, sales a tijuas poniendoles los ojos de colores a unas putillas diciendoles que eres todo un tony montana, jjajaja que viene a mexico a hacer rendir sus cuantos dolares porque en los gabachos no le alcanzan mas que pa comprarse unas king cobra jajaja reservate los comentarios es mejor cabron!

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    16. I make $33.71 an hour and $50.00 every overtime hour and So what ? Go out and find a job losers...

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  2. Waste of life, he should go away for the max. Now is the pre-sentence investigation phase of the case where the the state gets to dig up all the stuff they can prove to get you the highest sentence. This is where we learn of his downward departure in the sentence because of debriefing-snitching. Good riddance. See ya.

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  3. Please let him go he has a degree maybe he will get a job please please
    And he was not that involved he didnt kill he just gave orders to chino antrax to kill hes a great guy

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    1. But the dea told me it was ok only if I snitch on all cartels including my own! I already gIve you chapo and 1 billion dallars! What else do you want from me!!! Sad but that's exactly what he's saying. ...

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    2. @ he didnt kill he just gave orders to chino to kill and hes a great guy? what a hooker he probably bought her snatch... lol and wher is ese pajarraco de el chino antraco anyways?? some ppl believe the one caught with fake passport in netherland is not the real chino antraco that the real chino used him as a free get away pass.. who thinks the real one is still out ther??

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    3. Named used in his fake passport was Norberto Sicairos Garcia... Sicairos?? .. shoulda used the Norberto Sicarios Garcia instead... y would someone like the "big chino antraco" use such a name...?? thats ridiculous.

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    4. 9:25 that was vicente his older brother who forfeited that sum stupid ass.... man these ppl only say crap

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  4. Dam it hes going to have to sell one of the cars from his exotic car collection to forefiit the money poor guy
    I feel so bad for him lets start a fundraiser to help him

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  5. Of course his dad didnt give him legal advice hes a drugdealer not a fucking jerkoff attorney that what he pays u for moron would anyone go to mcdonalds and take their own ingredients and cook their on burger and pay

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  6. That's his wife in the white. . No mames my girl is waaaaay better and I live a comfortable life.. went to college and have a decent career. . Font gotta be like this guy to have good stuff

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    1. Yeah my wife is a lot better looking than her too and knows how to cook.. I'll be going to a family party tonight live banda, buchanas, and lots of friends, nothing but hard working people will be attending can't wait sounds like fun.

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    2. Lets see your girl we will decide.

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    3. No mames DE seguro andas Con Una fokemona DE esas Que usan pantalones como los vatos locos que Toda su vida vivio de las food stamps y que se acosto con todos los gangueros del county para parecer cool you say that's a better life??? Think better before sound stupid my friend...

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    4. Don't be stupid. . My wife is good looking but even if she wasn't guess what.. i won't be throwing 10 or more years of my life away. Maybe you outa quit touching yourself to this guy's picture and see no amount of money is worth loosing the best years of your life.

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    5. No mames pendeja. I went to WSU I have a good life because I worked hard in school. . I'm not from the ghetto. You sound very ignorant. When you get arrested you can message back and I'll defender your case incourt.. you can pay me in food stamps para que mires que no soy qulero

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    6. The thing that matters here is that she a Torres, that's what counts

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  7. The dumbest kid of narcos of all time por pendejo!!!!!!

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  8. My bet is he'll be out within 5 years. I have a feeling it's just going to work out that way. Anyone agree?

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    1. I have a feeling he's going to get murdered.

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    2. witness protection plan my friend he will be mingeling with rene boxer enriquez from la eme n all the italian rats

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  9. What a crock of shit "Three female family members attended the hearing in his support, and some cried in the downtown courtroom." I am laughing so hard! What about all the families crying over the relatives he had killed or the cartel? They all crying because their free ride with him is done.

    And I might add WHAT A STUPID JACKASS "was on his way to Phoenix for an appointment with U.S. immigration authorities to arrange legal status for his wife when he was arrested." Tell me what wanted fugitive is stupid enough to walk into an immigration office????

    Dad must be proud of his rat family, surprised they have not take Mayo out yet. I the punk ass kid does not get Supermax or isolation he is as good as dead. I hope some mf'er stabs his ass and he bleeds to death while they're fucking him in his ass. Punk bitch.

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    1. Damn he that dude must of really gotten to you

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    2. Wow such hate!!...one of ur relatives mustve been a gardner or servent who got delt with. Its ok my friend god forgives!!

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    3. Damn dude you got a lil dick or something y u so mad

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  10. im waiting for his post updates on twitter of him in his new uniform that will impress me more than his cheetah and ferrari

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  11. some of you can not read to well it says he can face up to 10 years does not mean he got ten years we will wait and see what is the actual sentence

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    1. It says 10 years to life idiot! Less he can get is 10 years, he better be ready to do somereal time in the u.s supermaxsystem;)

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    2. Pendejo, It seems you can not read... It says MINIMUM of 10 years(at least 10 years or more).

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    3. Starts at ten and goes to life. The pre-sentence investigation will alleged extraneous acts that will affect the sentence. The more extraneous acts proven, the longer the sentence. In the federal system, he will do approximately 85%.

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  12. Damn guys take it easy.. Just because he sold drugs doesn't mean he is Satan... I don't know much about him maybe I'm wrong just saying..

    If you were raised by his Dad chances are you'd be doing exactly as he did.. Keep that in mind.

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  13. Serafin Zambada's clean criminal history will allow him to argue for a lighter sentence than the 10-year minimum.

    He definitely talked. He was always seen in pics driving Lamborghini and ferraris and only forfeited 250,00$?

    And also alot of mex traffickers have university degrees. I remember that time about the chapo capture, supposedly the mex Fed's were doing an operation to capture Mayo Zambada, and coincidentally Chapó got caught? ..Of course, he talked to give the upper hand to his father.

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  14. Serafin snitched !!!

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  15. @10:12 get ur eyeglasses out u cant read to good. he is facing a MINIMUM of 10 years and a MAXIMUM of life.

    DEFINITION OF MINIMUM: the least or smallest amount or quantity possible, attainable, or required.

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  16. I read alot of lame fks posting and judging this young man about the choices he's made. You guys wanna comment about how a better life you have. In ten yrs this guy will be out and go back to his millions and prolly a hotter younger chick with a chance to make a different life choice and in ten yrs you guys will be waking up to ur fat wives and bullshit 9-5 jobs deeper in debt.... a slave to the banks.so step back before you judge others and take a look in the mirror.

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    1. Lol is this your life compa

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    2. La verdad que si compa

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    3. Yeah buy at least we will still have a job a family a car a house!!! And you will still be unemployed listening to corridos wishing you where them waiting for the bus.

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    4. Ya but at least I wouldn't have thrown away 10 yrs of my best years of life pendejo

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    5. Not even 10 million dollars is worth 10 years of my life..

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    6. 10 millions not worth 10 years of ur life??? PLEASEEEEEEEE!!..You would do ANYYYTHING to pay ur 30K debt..imagine 10M tax free..Get the fuck out out..

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    7. How much of a Fucked up life do you have that you would not care If you spend 10 or more years in prison??? Are you that much of a looser?? That does not appreciate freedom and being your own and a real man???

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    8. 2:45 is willing to sell his/her soulless skeleton to the devil somebody give it an offer.... lol

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  17. So it means he did not drop dime??

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    1. Who knows but we will find out at sentencing if he gave information or not. But till next year and we will see what chino does know.

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    2. Sounds like u promoting a fuckin Novela n shit...

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    3. It is a novela we all wanna know the drama that is why we come here Another thing is that chinos lawyers where there for serafin sentencing. Makes you wonder is chino ready for a deal but we will see in the next novela chapter!

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  18. USA # 1 Drug dealer in the world, after england.
    In reality, drug dealers are to move weight for the boss, not to be the boss and take the lion's share just because all they know, when the BOSS is down.
    The CIA puppet DFS had about too many of its agents in charge of the sto' for a long time, and they and their heirs always will be moving it, but they are suppossed to kick the money upstairs, not to become unbriddled billionaires themselves.
    Francisco sahagun baca, miguel nazar haro, julian slim helu, el azul esparragoza moreno, amado carrillo fuentes, miguel angel felix gallardo, don neto carrillo fonseca, rafael caro quintero, rafael aguilar guajardo, associates like el negro durazo, all the best and the brightest the mexican police had to offer, have been moving it for their american bosses, with the help of family and friends, and keeping silent until friendlier politicians in the know, do the right thing; pleading guilty is not exactly snitcing, accepting charges and making it easy for the prostiturers is not snitching, AND not getting into a public exibition of dirty laundry with el chino must be important too, better cook it and get out of it.
    10 years out in 8
    6 years, out in 2
    2 years, out in 6 months
    100 days out in 90 days
    It looks like drug trafficking is not the problem, keeping the money IS, same thing happened to pablo escobar and manuel noriega, and others, money launderers who know who is who, wll report to the BIG BOSS any and all abnormalities, 1%ers, need to stick to their 1% or it is their ass...

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    1. Thank you finally some one who understands !!!

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    2. Stop answering your own posts 7:05. The CIA rules the world. No one does it better. The CIA has killed more world leaders and narco drug lords than any government or group. They are the best!!!

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    3. U think England has more or better drugs than usa slap yourself I went to uk n all the coke was fuckin powder for double the price of us coke

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  19. And some of u readers can see it says to life that means in Cali "to life" means in 5 oh 10 years whatever time he gets he still has to go to a hearing and see if his gonna get approve to get out retards which to me I doubt it.. Dumb kid just threw his life away with that to life sentence no matter if he gets 2,5 oh 10 it's still gonna bite him in the ASs

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    1. Yeah true i have alot of homies(friends) that are still in prison even after doing the 15 20 years just because it came with a L once they give you a sentenced with a L after you never coming out never. When they said 10 years to life you are going to be there for life no matter what!

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    2. I hate to break this to you, but he will more than likely be out sooner than his numerical sentence. There's a difference between him and your and my homies, he's wealthy. In the US having wealth gets you better treatment at all levels!

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    3. @8:45pm I hate to break it to you, but that only works when you're wealthy and WHITE. Last time I checked this dude is Mexican. He will do at least 10 years... Get over it.

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  20. Why were the Meth charges dropped.?

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  21. I don't get it. The arroganzed. How are you gonna try and obtain legal immigration status for your wife when you know that you're wanted or your relationship with drug cartel? Para pendejo no se estudia!!!

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    1. He didnt know there was a warrant out for his arrest, si no sabes mejor no digas nada

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    2. Are you serious?? The kid is stupid! How the hell are you Mayos son, who everyone knew that he was in the business and not know you have a warrant for your arrest in the US... He knew he was free to go anywhere in Mexico but in the US?? What a dumb shit!!

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    3. Just because his father is wanted doesnt automatically give all of El Mayo's children warrants for their arrests, Serafin included. Do you not remember when El Chapos daughter came to the U.S. Illegally not too long ago and was let go because they couldnt put any charges (drug traficking related) against her?? Plus he was on his way to phoenix for his wife and her legal immigration proceedings, not to Vegas for a night out on the strip. I'm not defending him, but anybody with a right mind would do the same for his wife. And anyone that knows whos running things for los Zambadas knows that its el Flaco who took over Vicentes position and is being groomed to one day head the family's operations, he's the only one with a brain and keeps a very low profile. El gordo is in charge of work that is easy to do and has minimal risk. Serafin wasnt anywhere close to being a big time player, he was basically being spoon fed by his brothers, which is why it is understandable that he didnt have a clue that there was a warrant out for his arrest. Si no saben mejor callense

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    4. @ 1:44am You just said it yourself, he was doing work for his dad. If people on this blog knew he was working for his dad, what do you think the DEA knew about him?? Why don't you quit hoping your boyfriend doesn't do any time... He is getting a minimum of 10 years. I think he will get 15-20 years. He is an idiot for going to the immigration office... Plain and simple. Tu no sabes y mejor que the calles.

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    5. The calles-what streets?

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    6. @4:46 I actually said that he was being "spoon fed" pinche mongolo, by that I was implying that he didn't actually do any real work but enjoyed the benefits (cash). And i never said that he wasn't going to do time. All I said is that he didn't know that he had a warrant out for his arrest when he crossed the border. There are many traffickers that travel freely between the U.S./Mexico that move real weight like El Jr Avedaño and other more known guys like el cheyo & el cholo etc go to L.A. All the time and never get arrested so why would that mocoso feel like theres a warrant out for his arrests. Primero aprende a leer

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  22. Quiero saber quien la va estar aciendo el favor a su esposa mientra que el este en la federal?

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    1. No pasa nada antrax will take care of her

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    2. Lo mas seguro que ya anda con otro tipo que anda en el mismo tipo de negocios

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  23. it's the federal system not california- he must serve most the sentence.

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    1. Chivis how bout sushi & wine?

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    2. It's easier to get out earlier if you're in the feds and not state prison

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    3. Federal you can get out on good behaviour after you serve 85% of your sentence.

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  24. All this means he is actually gonna learn to be a criminal in federal prison. Give him some street cred when he gets out. I expect he will beef with the fat brother when he gets out.

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    1. Lol! This one was actually funny

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  25. Bail set at ten million here comes daddy to the rescue serafin is going to be out in no time

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  26. It's going to be a farce if he gets a light sentence less than 10 years unless of course he is snitching which is still lame. I knew of a douchebag that got 9 years conpiring to move 30 lbs of meth across state lines..
    Sera sounds like he moved a lot of dope, and the evidence must have been good enough for him to risk a plea..
    He should be given 15-20 years..
    What is also ironic and funny is that Mexico never pursued Chino or Sera while they were committing blatant crimes in that country

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  27. doubtful...
    maybe pruno and tuna sandwich served with his 10 years :)

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    1. 10yrssss u said 4yrs what happen to good time

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    2. He won't be out in less than 8 no matter what. Unless he really snitches someone out

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  28. tis nice guy would cut ur throat for a dolar u can't trust him

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  29. Wow it's nice to see all these idiots talk about sentencing and do not know jack shit! Cause in court there alot of factors that they take inconsideration like first time offense, violent offense and it's not what you it's what you know it's what you can prove. And now they are talking about reducing minimum mandatory sentences http://www.sentencingproject.org/detail/news.cfm?news_id=1765
    wich will probably go ineffect in November.

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  30. @9:48

    You are speaking of his brother vincente having the POSSIBILITY of being free in 4 years or so.

    Not Sera. Serafin was only arrested a year ago, I am not sure if that counts but assuming it does and for an example if he were to be sentenced to 10 years...that year is deducted, so he would have 9 years remaining. he would get the little more than a month off for each year fro Good behavior. that is automatic.

    but he has not been sentenced yet, so its all speculative

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  31. Doesn't matter how much time he does 10 or more, he is as good as dead when released just like his brother if and when they ever are. Old El Mayo should be hiding considering his own kin are total RATS, how do people view him now? The king rat so I bet he's not sleeping to good wondering who in his clan of misfits is gonna whack him.

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    1. The cycle keeps going sinaloa is always gonna be a state or banditry.

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  32. This is great. Maybe the youth who glorify these Narco lowlifes--look at them as something to aspire to, larger than life--will begin to see that in the long-term drug dealing is a losing game. Of course, I'm being optimistic. It'll take a lot more than yet another young life lost to the greedy, amoral world of drug trafficking to change the hearts and minds of these Narco groupies.

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  33. It seems like the U.S. Gov. is selling a meth distribution license for a very small cost. The 250 thou. divided by several crimes is a drop in the bucket considering the cost of investigation and prosecution. The meth costs the taxpayers dearly in collateral crime and shattered families. Why do prosecuters cut slack when they have a rock solid case? Oh, that's right, gotta get out of the office early on Friday! Happy hour, you know. Sorry citizens.

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    1. It's not what you know (or think), it is what you can prove.

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  34. that was not chapo's daughter.
    she was a wannabe

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  35. The US knows real big drug traffickers and money launderers and protects them, refuses to investigate and when they have proof against them stll covers up for them, so, there...

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    1. "The US knows real big drug traffickers and money launderers and protects them, refuses to investigate and when they have proof against them stll covers up for them, so, there..."

      I think you have things twisted homie. The reason there was a drug war in the first place was because of the pressure the US put on Mexico/Calderon. The US as a whole tolerates drug trafficking because it is impossible to eradicate. But because the narcos won't follow the rules is why there is such a heavy push to take down the more powerful cartels.

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  36. Please open your eyes people. Neither Serafin Zambada nor Chino Antrax are in jail. No single pictures of either have been released. When Vicentillo was caught there was pictures all over the internet and when all other kingpings get caught as well you see photos all over the place. There is not one single picture of either being in jail.

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    1. Is this comment a joke? Lol

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    2. that's because the feds don't let cameras in nor they publish their mugshot.... please keep these ignorant comments to yourself

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  37. Callate los cayos cuando andes callado en la calle porque te rechinan el callejon

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  38. to "mm"

    in federal court they do not release mugs nor do they allow photos from the courtroom.

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  39. What would pocess him to go to a federal organization to process his wife's immigration status? Knowing who he is and who his father is, I would imagine he would stay as far as possible from immigration.

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  40. 10:14 SSP and former AFI inventor and boss, genaro garcia luna and luis cardenas palomino, and all the federal police there were just extorting everybody, and in their free time the were kidnapping for ransom and extortng everybody else, sometimes murderng kidnapped victims after getting the ransom money paid...
    --they even extorted over 2 billion dollars from the US to keep quiet about the CIA planes downed in operation mayan jaguar, in the keep silent operation called mierda accords...
    --You really think obama or dubya, scared calderon and garcia luna? They are even living protected in the US for gosshakes...
    --But hey, keep trying, it's free!

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