Monday, November 17, 2014

"Changuito Ántrax” Captured in Culiacán

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat
Rafael Guadalupe Félix Núñez alias “el Changuito Ántrax”, was captured by the Mexican navy last Thursday in Culiacán.  

 He  is considered a successor to Rodrigo Arechiga aka “El Chino Antrax”.

Félix Núñez is the son in law of Martiniano Vizcarra, the current sub director of the Ministerial Police for the State of Sinaloa.

The arrest follows on the heels of last week’s capture of  Ismael Zambada Imperial,  alias 'El  Mayito Gordo',  the son of Ismael "El Mayo" Zambada, and his cousin Eliseo Imperial alias “El Cheyo”.

Those arrests were on Wednesday.

59 comments:

  1. Here's the full video of chino antrax escape:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pyCGEHYvgsU

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    1. Is that suppose to be funny or what?..that URL takes you to Forrest gump..go play games somewhere else.

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    2. Why so serious lmao.

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    3. Lmao it was just a goof man

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    4. Sorry buddy I didn't realize the humor till I saw the top pic closely. My bad.

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    5. Nelson...Primeiro Comando da Capital.PCC.are looking for their shottas back,specially the k and the pastor troy,nah,nice shit man,be cool now

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  2. So they captured cheyo

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  3. Hahaha at forest running

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  4. They need to arrest all of the politicians and not the narcos. The narcos only do what they are allowed to do. Start arresting the children of the politians while you are at it. They get arrested too for the sins of their parents. Get a real job junior.

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    1. Why ALL of the politicians? In a lot of places in Mexico, the narcos wield far more firepower and have more money than the municipality/state and they call the shots, the politicians are just stooges taking a cut of money to look the other way. With some exceptions (Iguala for example), the politicians aren't the ones beheading people, cutting people's or controlling the people who do that. With Mexico's scare resources, the focus should be on the arresting or killing those who ruthlessly victimize innocent people not in the drug business, especially women, kids, migrants, marginalized people, etc. Purely financial/monetary corruption isn't as bad as the evil perpetrated by the people tearing apart our social fabric. Mexico needs a patriotic revolution to clean out the filth. Kill/arrest all kidnappers, extortionists, corrupt cops, maras, and murderers of the innocent. Any cartel that sells ice or crack to people within Mexico should be leveled to the ground.

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    2. " Any cartel that sells ice or crack to people within Mexico should be leveled to the ground"

      How dare they in Mexico?Its ok if they flood other countries with Ice but how dare they sell to Mexicans?How can they do that to paisano

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    3. Most of those places in conflict are under local control of a non ruling party which means local authorities are pinned against state or even federal law enforcement. There is a political attempt of control the assignment of territories to particular enterprises. It's a narco state and it gets that way by having Narco-politicians. Legalization in the US is about to change things in México. The fact that you can get killed for possesing the wrong "brand" of weed in México while in several states in the US have stores where you can buy it for recreational use is hypocritical. Crime is down in Colorado and they're receiving 30 million in tax rebate because they raised so much income from taxing the damn thing. Control the sale, and provide, needle exchanges, and drug rehab programs. PARA QUE LAS DROGAS NO LLEGUEN A TUS HIJOS TE LOS ESTAMOS MATANDO.

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    4. How dare they in Mexico?Its ok if they flood other countries with Ice but how dare they sell to Mexicans?How can they do that to paisano

      Drug dealers in border town like Nogales & Agua Prieta are actually restricted from selling heroin or meth

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    5. Crime is not down in colorado... and legalization of marijuana only harbors more crime... i know personally many cases of people growing and getting robbed and even killed over there crops... and legalization would only make drugs from mexico cheaper.

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    6. Let me guess, you are a top level DEA agent who would rather rant anonymously, instead of coming out and providing facts and stats. Nothing wrong with progress and change

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    7. Your nationalistic goals are fruitless, the meth and heroin sold in america just goes into the mexicans systems so they can work longer to send more money home to work longer to send money home to work longer, its a nonstop effort, most of the mexicans I work with id say 80 percent drink heavily on friday do a little coke and weed and get up on monday with a bit of speed, so most of the drugs get used by your regal paisas and I guess whatever crumbs are left they sell off..

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  5. Wow. So much of the CDS leadership has gone down in the past year. Is it time to say that whatever alliance existed between CDS and los federales is over? Clearly Sinaloa state authorities are still on the take, but that doesn't seem to hold back the feds My guess: EPN is panicking because of all the attention on the student martyrs. He's giving up the guys on his payroll that he can flip the easiest, in the hope that this draws media attention away and makes him seem "tough on crime".

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    1. Have u thought of another theory?.EPN seems to b taking them all down.Maybe,just maybe hes going into business himself and his political cronies to have their very OWN federation.Maybe Im wrong.Just a theory.

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  6. His compas get arrested on Wednesday and he is picked up on Thursday. Goes to show how far your friendship truly was!

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  7. Someone forgot to pay the bills...

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  8. Closing in on mayo ,

    chapo snitched for charges dropped

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  9. Mayo run mayo run they are coming using the same strategy as on chapo getting all his so called security forces that protect him then his next what a life he has all his sons in prison they are going to pay for a fathers sinns!!!

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  10. Didn't Mayor Felton of Mazatlán hire the previous police chief of Culiacan?

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  11. See what happens when you read BB you get to know to much. mexican gob would probly like to nuke this site for exposing them

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    1. Bet you they READ it too.

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  12. Cuz thers no bread to pay they broke!

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  13. SAVE YOUR LOCAL NARCS, they are better persons than the police, military and government, but the narcs can't say anything about those that collect shake-down from them...
    Ok, they can talk, they don't do it por pendejos...

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    1. Why cant they[talk]narcos?and why don't they more.Tuta does.

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  14. Rats, all rats! Now lets just see how long they stay locked up before EPN releases them all for good behavior.

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  15. Chapo paid 5.5 million to the Mexican Government to be in jail for 3 years and not extradicted (once out he will have his millions still)
    Serafin Zambada knew he was wanted and "tried to cross to the us" his plan was to be caught and stay in usa for 4 years - no major charges (once out he will have his millions)
    Mayito Gordo paid 3 million dollars to mexican government to keep him in Mexico for 2 years, not extradition (once out he will have his millions)
    El soldado Imperial, and Chango antrax the same they will be in jail for 2 years and out with Mayito Gordo.

    Remember this:

    Mayo will "get arrested" on January of 2015, he will serve 4 years in Mexico with no extradition and then out by 2020.

    **for those those who think that mexico or usa are doing their work, no!! the government are the puppets at this moment, ask your self. why wasnt there any gun battles, why werent guns or drugs found during the arrest, why was there no money** just think about that... this are well planned arrest

    not like Nacho Coronel, Beltran Leyva and some of the Zetas - those were real arrest that ended in shootouts and deaths.

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    1. $5.5 million is not a lot. The U.S. was previously offering a $5 million reward for Chapo's capture. The U.S. easily provides far more than that in foreign aid to Mexico each year (much of which gets funneled to crooked politicians, as we all know). Especially considering CDS has, what, hundreds of millions in revenue per year? If what you describe is true, the cost had to be way higher.

      The reason why CDS gets treated with kid gloves by the government is because they're structured like a corporation, keep violence to as much of a minimum as possible in their own territory, and they don't engage in (anywhere near as much) kidnappings and extortion (as much as the Zetas or CT or other cartels). At this point, I don't think anyone in Mexico really gives a damn about the narcotics. It's the violence, corruption, and erosion of the civil state that has come with the narcotics that has people furious.

      Personally, I think EPN is arresting all of these people for show to distract the world from the massacred students. CDS is to EPN as what Bin Ladin was to the U.S. Keep them close and when you need to cash in some political capital, flip them and put on a show arrest and get all the congratulations for being "tough on crime".



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    2. keep telling yourself this if it makes you feel better lol those assholes are done stupid ass you watch to many movies

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    3. What kind of crack you smoking

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    4. Its like illuminaty!!!!get real take your preaching somwhere else with your clip on tie hahahahaha.

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    5. Why dont you ask yourself where can i get sources to back my story up.because you have zilch,nada,nothing,naranjas chinas what do you mean they found nothing they took cars atv's sofas and like these honest marines are gonna say how much money they found these where safehouses you imbesil.

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    6. Dejate d pendejadas cuando t agarran ta cabron pa k t peles. Depending of the size of the fish.. if the d.e.a or f.b.I want u they get u..aun k sea gefe del cartel tard k temprano t espera usa pa k coperes y t pudras en vida. Respeto pa arturo beltran k pelio asta el final con cuerno en mano asta final no se va pudrir en vida como...mochomo,bengamin,fransico arellano,chapo,osiel,gueropalma,

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    7. So who is going to baby sit CDS while this plan goes on ....

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    8. Since when do people pay money to be in jail! You mean el chapo ran through a sewer and mayito gordo tried to run just to make it seem more real? And I doubt el mayo will be released just like that look at his son vicente and mochomo.

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    9. How fucking stupid you have to be to believe that wl chapo paid to be in jail for 3 years. Are you fucking retarded. I bet you believe in u.f.o.s. conspiracy or in big foot as well. I hope you dont have kids so your stupidity doesnt get pass down to another generation.

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    10. I belive this. And the ones that dont are the same ones that thought tuta was on crack but in reality hes been telling the truth retards

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    11. El mayo says he spends 5 million buying a horse heres the proof where he says it http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=gvys-39RZ6g

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  16. 9:41 sounds about right!

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  17. So y haven't chapos sons bin captured? U make a great point a very great point but just so many ???? And who will keep running the cartel y they are all serving ther time isidro can make a good run in all their territory? ?????

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  18. So h, viceroy, made the same deal?

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  19. Mexico is giving narcos the opportunity to give in do some jail time and pay a few million to clean their name same as in the US. The difference is the price to get out here is much much more and also the time is much more than in Mexico. So its a no brainer for Mexican narcos right now to turn themselves in to the Mexican Gov.

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    1. Can i get a shake with that tall order please thank you!!!

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  20. Why hasnt there been any pictures of them beomg arrested??

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    1. Because those people have been caught by the DEA thats why theres no pictures

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  21. All the guys that have gotten arrested Since the 43 students epn has tried so hard to put the mexican ppls attention some where else

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  22. @ 9:41 where is these info coming from ?

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  23. WOW!!! Son-in-law of sub director of the Ministerial Police.

    mexico's government and cartels are one.

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    1. not really :/ she just hates her dad

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  24. Is it sunny in the land of Oz. Hahahahahaha pendejo

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  25. @941 andas bien loko no mames! $$$

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  26. All these high profile captures and subsequent snitching makes me wonder how mexicos exportation of drugs to America continues business as usual solamente Gente Nueva. FYI not everyone is fooled by some of the false intel and federal fishing expeditions hosted in this forum.

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  27. @5:47 unsinkable ford expeditions?
    @2:02 the politicians have always been behind most of all the drug trafficking, with help of the military and federal police, AND they got tired of receiving "tips" from the motherfucking narcs...
    --now the narcs are the ones allowed to keep some "tip" for themselves, and sell it or eat it, the ones who can't move it to the US, will sell it on mexico, it's all good, people work longer hours for less money...
    --Politicians have no excuse, they know what is up, and chose to play along, before their intervention, the narcs kept to themselves...

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    1. I agree.Somethings changed.Just like the Mexicans worked for the Columbians then learned to do it themselves and buy their own loads[more profit]now the politicians want to put the narcos out of business[maybe that's why extortions,kidnappings up].Tuta and Costillo might be a perfect example along with Viagras.So Mexico may now be a total NARCO_STATE now or should I say NARCO_COUNTRY FEDERALLY.Boy isn't that something in our own backyards.

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    2. Are you slow ?? The politicians are the ones who started drug trafficking in Mexico especially in sinaloa they been extorting racketeering drugs the whole shabamm it's not nothing new.

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  28. Capturaron a Jesús Raúl Beltrán alias Chuy Beltran o El Trebol escolta de Iván Archivaldo, también en otro operativo fue capturado Chiqullin Avendaño

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