Monday, December 29, 2014

Salvador Ríos Denies Being a Zeta, Claims Tortured by GATES

Last week, I posted the article "Miscellaneous News from Coahuila" in which I reported that Salvador Ríos Núñez was arrested in Piedras Negras by the Group of Specialized Arms and Tactics (Grupo de Armas y Tácticas Especiale, known as GATES) and that they claimed that he confessed to being a financial operator for Los Zetas.  

The following day, I received an email from his brother, who wished to correct false information being reported.  Since then, I had the privilege of corresponding with this brother, who has not hesitated to answer any of the questions I have asked.  He strikes me as a fair, unbiased individual, who is naturally worried about the health and safety of his brother, yet has remarkably been able to keep his emotions in check.  The following is their side of the story:

Salvador Ríos Núñez is the son of Juan Ríos, a native of Piedras Negras, Coahuila and former Judicial Police officer who passed away in 1984 due to complications from diabetes.  Despite sharing the name with Salvador "Chava" Ríos, the former sheriff of Maverick County, Texas, of which Eagle Pass is the county seat, there is no family connection between the two individuals.


Growing up, Salvador was a gifted student, making straight A's, and he graduated from Eagle Pass High School in the year 2000.  Thereafter, he moved to the Dallas-Fort Worth area, where he obtained a Bachelors in Science in Telecommunications from DeVry University and then proceeded to work at Avaya, a multinational corporation specializing in business communications equipment.  During that timeframe he suffered a motorcycle accident, which left him partially blind in his left eye, and he returned to Eagle Pass to heal up, under the care of his mother.

After the several months it took to recover from the accident, he held several different jobs.  At one point he pursued a career as a United States Customs Officer and, following a rigorous application
process (including a required Certificate of Criminal History Record Information, a copy of which is seen here and indicates he had no criminal background), he was accepted, but was unable to complete the physical.

Salvador is currently employed by the Union Pacific Railroad in Eagle Pass, where he is a Yard Manager.  He is married to a Mexican citizen from Piedras Negras, who continues to own a home there, and, for the past two months, he has rented an apartment in Eagle Pass, where they live as her United States residency application is being processed.

According to the account Salvador provided to his brother, around 6:00 PM on Monday, December 22, he left Eagle Pass and crossed the border to Mexico, stopping by a duty free shop to pick up some bottles of liquor before heading to La Tachuela restaurant (located in the Guillén colonia, near the Manuel Pérez Treviño bypass) to meet with some friends for dinner.  Via instant messaging, he chatted with his wife and let her know that he would soon be heading back to the United States as soon as he stopped by her Piedras Negras home for some personal items and over the counter medication.

Salvador and a married couple, part of the group of friends whom he was giving a ride, left the restaurant in his white 2014 z71 Silverado pickup, followed by the rest of his friends who traveled in a separate vehicle.  While driving on the Manuel Pérez Treviño bypass, a GATES patrol pulled behind the vehicle in the rear and signaled for the vehicles to stop.

Assuming that the patrol was only pulling over that vehicle, he continued to drive on, yet the GATES pursued him and he stopped his pickup on República boulevard.  When the leader of the GATES patrol saw Salvador, he said something to the effect of "Wow what a surprise, I’ve been looking for you and now I have you, we’ve been watching you all since you were having dinner".

The entire group was then taken to an empty lot on the outskirts of Piedras Negras.  There, the GATES questioned them for money, went through the pickup, took the bottles of liquor, and then proceeded to beat them, one by one.  Eventually the married couple was released, but the GATES continued to hold Salvador.  The female then made the situation known and one of Salvador's family members begins notifying the rest of the family.

Meanwhile, according to Salvador, the GATES ask where he lived and then load him as a passenger in his own pickup, which they drove to his wife's house in Piedras Negras.  There, they ransacked the home and took all the liquor they found.  He was then taken to another house, where he was beaten and tortured.  A plastic bag was repeatedly placed over his head and only removed each time he nearly passed out.  While his face was covered, he was beaten on his head, kicked in his stomach and back, and hit with clubs on his legs.

He was also placed in handcuffs; the officers would jump on his wrists and stomp on the handcuffs.  At one point a pistol was shoved into his mouth and towards the end he was water boarded.  During this torture process, he was repeatedly questioned about money, asked where the title of the pickup was, and ordered to pay them 1 million pesos ($67,675 at the current exchange rate).  When he told them he did not have that amount of money, he was told that if no one claims him he would be killed.

Sometime around 4:30 to 5:00 AM on the morning of Tuesday, December 23, the GATES handed him over to agents of the PGR.  It was while being held in their custody that Salvador's brother visited him "When I saw him, he showed signs of bumps on his head, could barely speak because of damage and soreness to his mouth, his left hand was swollen to twice its size from the damage of the handcuff stomping and both wrists were heavily bruised one small cut on the bottom right wrist.  He complained of stomach, leg and head pain".

Salvador was quickly processed and taken to federal prison without being assessed by any medical staff.  The Public Ministry turned over his personal items to his mother: credit cards, various identification, his United States passport, 5 thousand pesos, and his iPhone for use in the United States.  A number of items were missing: jewelry, including a gold bracelet and rings, his watch, two credit cards, a cell phone for use in Mexico, American currency, and his keys, which included ones to his pickup, house, and post office box.  Salvador's brother inquired about his pickup and was told that it had not been impounded but was in safe hands.  Upon being questioned what that implied, the officer of the Public Ministry responded "I have it under my control". 

On Monday, December 29, Salvador's brother spoke with a representative of the United States embassy in Nuevo Laredo.  He was told that a representative in Piedras Negras visited Salvador while he was under the custody of the PGR and that they had received a document in which Salvador denounced being kidnapped by the GATES and that they had planted false evidence.

However, the rep never made us aware they were present or even tried seeking some relative or other.  They did not provide medical help, I am unaware whether he denied help or was aware the rep could provide that or if the rep ever asked him about medical assistance.  If the person saw him as I did, she would have asked, as we did, upon which he requested some pain relief for his headache and stomach ache due to the injuries he received".

86 comments:

  1. Lying punk, he is a last letter member, not so tough once under the contra!

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    1. Para 6:50 P.M.; And where is your proof Sherlock?

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    2. That british Sherlock Ape wouldn't stand a chance in solving todays crimes. This brutes have become more malicious. They make things appear like if nothing happened unlike the brutes from the past.

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  2. right, how many people here asked for his head? like ive been saying for years.....how stupid we are as a people after all we've seen the Mexican Gov't do that we still believe some half-assed stories released by THEM about them capturing some high level operatives or killing them? Reallly? And Lazca is dead even though the body looks nothing like him. and Z-40 is in jail even though he walked in with the high ranking military officer looking very much like the BOSS. And Chapo got captured even though he was in Beltran Leyva territory got caught disheveled came out for the perp walk like he was going to a dance and called his wife to see if she wanted to go shopping. Yeah and the Marines and the DEA are the good guys too right? We don't torture too (sometimes).

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    1. you another one of these clowns who thinks the governments fabricates everything eh? paranoid tin foil hat idiot.

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    2. Jahaha i love ur comment, give this person a 24pk

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    3. Mazatlan BLO plaza??? What rock have you been sleeping under?

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    4. "you another one of these clowns who thinks the governments fabricates everything eh? paranoid tin foil hat idiot."

      more government Trolls

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  3. Y luego cuando matan un GATE o algo andan ay llorando. Que bueno que siempre matan policias corruptos de Mexico. Gives me a smile in the face knowing that mobsters don't fuck around and kill corrupted police officials. They are as bad, if not worse in some cases, then fucking Zetas. Pinches mugrosos no tienen verguenza haciendo de aguas a gente innocente. Pero con Zetas o Sinaloenses se les cierran el culo a los mierdas. Death to all corrupted police officials!

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    1. IS THE SAME CRAP WITH CORRUPT 'POLITICIANS'. Is just that the corrupted police do their dirty work. How come if "mobsters" 'don't fuck around' they don't do the same with the big fat rats? like the 'mayors', the 'governors', etc.. ...That is not real mobsta right there. any body can X a stupid mx policia. It doesn't take a gang of thugs to do it.

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  4. I feel sorry for the dude,my parents are from piedras i grew up in eagle pass,let me tell you guys a lil bit about the gates,when they first rolled into town everybody was happy here was a tactical group that was going to fight the zetas which people were tired of dealing with.they were good for thr first couple of months they eventually pushed the zetas out to the outskirts of town.zetas still have a tight grip in piedras but they cant ride around like they used to they lost alot of money soldiers and power.but now you might as well label the gates as a new cartel or even worse because they have a badge now the gates run the town they have control of the local jail el cereso and have multiple drug stores tienditas all over the city,they kidnap and charge ransoms for people they hold.who knows if this guy salvador is innocent or not but the gates are just as bad as the zetas

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  5. Sounds fishy....just so happened to have a new 2014 Silverado pick up...yard managers do not make that kind of jingle to be tossing down on new vehicles. Driving a vehicle of that caliber makes one stand out in cartel country. Then stopping to buy bottles of booze, not one but "bottles". This just does not sound kosher especially driving "IN" Mexico when he is going tot he US. Why would anyone if legit be so stupid as to flash a new vehicle in Mexico when if he had any smarts he would have BEEN in the US not driving around Mexico, eating buying booze. Either he is an idiot or he is a Zeta. Why also the emphasis on "over the counter medication"? What is over the counter to mean?? A kilo of powder handed over the table or aspirin bought at the local store without a script? To many attempted "justifications" of everything to make one believe automatic innocence. Not enough "real" facts here, just a one-sided version, explanation from family as told by the perpetrator. The customs paper and background mean nothing. Almost every cartel member is a current or former police office and many do not have records as they have not been caught yet. I am at a loss to his guilt or innocence. If that were a member of my family I would attempt to "justify" his innocence like his brother but something of this story still smells...of fish.

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    1. Not saying he's a zeta or not. What I will say is that the railroad most definitely pays enough to their lowest wage earners so they can afford said truck and a house. Two, buying bottles of alcohol in a duty free zone is a lot cheaper than buying anywhere else, and three mofo's go to Mexico because they love it and going back to flash a new vehicle is not any different from a poor guy in America making it, and going back to the old neighborhood to let them know he made it....it's a very human thing to do....that said, my gut tells me he's a zeta.

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    2. Why would a mexican borned in the USA would be traveling back and forth from mex? those bastards always taking advantage of the citizenship status they get from the US to smugle drugs into the united states. A BUNCH OF THEM DO THAT (some of them even go down there to do it as sicarios. and when things get real ugly down there they flee back to the us. the damn rats.) They should do that all along the border GATES for all the states bordering the united states. Make the drug trafickers "work" harder at least.

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    3. It's called credit a lot of people get stuff with it!

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    4. I agree. He was also by witness accounts fleeing the officers at a high rate of speed and when finally apprehended they found a loaded AK-47, 3 magazines for the assault rifle and 60 loose cartridges along with cocaine and marijuana some already packaged for resale. This was an individual also wanted by the police prior to his arrest. I too am curious about the "over the counter" remark. Why make such a comment? Does he have a card to possess marijuana in the USA? But why was this so important to say? Guilty until proven innocent. Oops, this is Mexico, guilty until bribes paid to federal officials. The story and information provided do not add up and why the immediate response to BB by email the next day? More investigation needs to be done on this, I think the Mexican police got their man.

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    5. hey think it is good idea to stay out of Mexico. Bad place

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    6. It's called blind faith. Believe what your corrupt police and government tell you. To fix Mexico you first need to remove the government and replace the police.

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    7. exactly, i'll be right back i'm going across to matamoros in my truck (doesnt have to be new, nobody wants to drive a any truck across) for booze and to eat, a paletiar dicimos aqui, uh huh si como no.

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    8. Its called good credit dumbass

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    9. You can make $25k a year and you can still buy a brand new 2014 Silverado if you have good credit. Obviously he had a good work history too. Just cause you are driving a bucket and are unemployed doesn't mean the rest of us are also.

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    10. Stupid. You're jumping from A, to B, to Z... The guy has a college degree, drives a nice truck, buys more than one bottle of liquor, so he smells like a zeta? C'mon, man... I'll take a random person's word over the word of 93% of people in Mexican government.

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    11. If you go to mexico, is at your own risk....mexico is a bad place....It makes no sense to go there in a new truck...is just asking for trouble.

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    12. He is a Manager for the railroad, in case you people don
      t know, railroad empliyees get paid very well. Most over 100K a year, and he is their manager!. This is nothing but corruption by a terrorist group in mexico taking advanage of people who work hard and can afford to give themselves and their family a good life. .

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    13. For your info I've been driving my new Vehicles - my Ford Expedition and/or my Mercedes in and out of Mexico for the past 15 years. I live in Texas B/c my engineers come from UTD, I own my business and drive once or twice a month to DF, Monterrey, Culiacan, Leon, Saltillo, and other cities to license my technology and I have never had problems - in Mexico that is.. I got car jacked and beat with a pistol in Plano in broad daylight leaving Red Lobster. To sum it up your CLUELESS about Mexico except for what you read and dream up in your mind.

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    14. Wow really. Next time you in mexico let me know I can gladly help you, taking that Mercedes away...or maybe getting kidnapped , hope you have cash on hand cause usually in mexico they don't take credit cards or welfare . checks... don't lie .

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  6. Mexico at it's best. How much more of this shit before the people revolt or ask the United States for help. It clearly is a failed government and country.

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    1. The us has no business in Mexico. Mexico has its own army. Plus Obama says no water borading

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    2. It maybe a failed government but its the government they have chosen, leave them alone.

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  7. Who's telling the truth now?

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  8. Pinche putos bottom feeding GATES agents. They live off the scraps of hard working people. If any Mexican law enforcement screws with the wrong American it will be all kinds of trouble for EPN. They don't want some highly trained independent contractors from the US sniping Mexican law enforcement. With he right kind of money it can happen. It will be bad for both countries.

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  9. This is very disgraceful for what is left of a country called "Mexico". I am US citizen and this is crossing the line. This message goes to the corrupt government of Mexico. Dont expect mercy when these narcos torture your kids, mom, rape your wives you uneducated idiots. I hope they send your family members in pieces. May god be by your side.
    #noskierenmatar

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  10. Yo creo que los Z le dieron la posición de comer grandes cantidades de comida.

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  11. gullible and 100 percent fail

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  12. Everybody in Texas buys new trucks. Even the hicks who work at seveneleven buy latemodel truck even though they cant afford it. Then they drive.down to Mexico to show off their brand new trucks and then the buy food and load up on booze and buy over the counter medicines for their freinds and family because its cheaper and better than the American pharmaceutical drugs. then they cross back after buying their Obleadas. thats what people do at every border city. The reality of the situation is that most people are blissfully unaware of what goes on in the bordercities so they cross over unaware for the most part. i myself have been going back and forth my whole life and have never encountered any corpses or bad cops or Narcos as they do their narco stuff. im not stupid to think it doesnt go on. but everything always looks normal everytime i go. people are going about their daily lives. but everyone is aware.

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    1. You have been lucky that's all.....in nuevo laredo is a nice place, at least it seems like a quiet town . but the reality is the opposite is a scary place if you knew some of the stuff it happens. To all those stupid idiots that are quick to judge my comments, I'm a truck driver ,cross country. So I talk to other paisa drivers and everyone in between. The safest is tijuana because so many people cross and are out and about. So your odds are less likely 10 in 100, because of so many tourist. Imagine a bunch of zebras, the Lions can only get one or two...

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  13. Looks like he was washing down the cocaine, he transported in his belly, with sodas and manteca filled twinkies/gansitos

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    1. porque te metes con la manteca y los gansitos pinchi envidiosa, de seguro estas bien botijona

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  14. The ones IN control, failed to record efficiently the physical state of the arrestee, also the do not account for the time they had MR Rios under their custody, when the gates were suppossedly investigating or torturing and fabricating one more guilty, proven and confessed criminal whose brand new truck is in posession of the mexican prostiturer at the public ministry who is even less able to ever put together the money to acquire a brand new truck like that ever in his motherfucking life...
    --Mexican side gates and PM GUILTY!!!
    --Chickenshit passed from Eagle Pass, estupido, how dare you go and parade your stinkin' ass in mexico of all places? With a brand new troque and bling???
    --Please note that the gates, like the gafes before, have to make/pay their piso and deliver money and goods to the public minister and to politicians of all calibers, just like the herculos and paramilitary government sponsored juersaz rurales and autodefensas, and narcos and halcones, they are visible and visibly powerful and enjoy sovereign impunity from the mexican government at the highest level even with the enhanced waterboarding imported from their even more powerful allies who also finance and train the gates to keep the plantation owned and peaceful...
    --BB is or has not been impounded, we do not fabricate guilty parties just because they are being presumed guilty, so, it is nice to see this other version of this incident, if anything, it may help his case that it got some propaganda, leaving witnesses alive, is in the view of the mexican government, a mistake, no proof and no witnesses are to be left behind...

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  15. First I read where someone said this version sounds fishy. Well to the person writing this and spoke with the brother. First thing is US customs would be a federal job in the US. Meaning the criminal history would be carried out by an agency like the FBI. This would require a national criminal record covering all 50 states for federal offenses. What is presented there is nothing more than a single state criminal report which could be required to have as a care giver. So that is unusual. Also you can simply pay to receive a report like that from any state.Some employers will pay to get it for you when applying for a job in that particular state. Also when they asked for his vehicle registration, what was the reply? That is to be in the vehicle at all times. If he has US citizenship, then he should know that. However, if he had a federal record anywhere in the US, then his passport would not be any good. He could be telling the truth on some things, but the US customs thing doesn't add up. That record presented proves nothing more than no criminal record in Texas. You cannot get a federal job of that nature without a full criminal background check.

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    1. These keyboard warriors don't know crap about what you are saying. They absolutely can't comprehend how a person can have his head on straight. Half of them make minimum wage so they can never attain jack shit. To see a successful American who has ties in Mexico means narco to them. These "GATES AGENTS" had no evidence so their story is all crap.

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    2. having a texas licensed troque and driving it in mexico is evidence that mexican law enforcement wants that motherfucking troque, even if the troque is older or from anywhere else!!!

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    3. @6:35 who are u? Dog the Bounty Hunter. How do you know (for a FACT) that the GATES agents have no evidence. How do you personally know? Seems to me Rios's behavior mimics a narco. Flashy, new truck, wining and dining, severl cars in convoy...if he had honest money what jackass would be cruising in the narco slum when the legit life was across the border. Especially to pick up "over the counter meds"? Cheaper in Mex maybe but he was also probably trafficking them in the USA where most are not "over the counter" but rather illegal.

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    4. Because it's Mexico 6:04 that's how I know. Those GATES clowns couldn't solve a case if their liife depended on it. In Mexico they can hold you in jail with little or no evidence. Just look at Dr. Mireles. Look at the three siblings from the US who were kidnapped and murdered by the Hercules Agents. All these wannabe narco agents did is find a badass truck they wanted and did what they could do to steal it. Criminals with badges is all they are. Agents who can't even afford liquor so they shake down some Americans. They should be called FAKES not GATES. I would be more impressed with them if they could solve the disappearances of the thousands of missing Mexicanos in Coahuila that "never happened". Go ahead and make excuses for the FAKE Agents and justify why this guy deserves to have his shit jacked.

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  16. Keep in mind he was rolling with a "married couple", not bodyguards or members of a cell. There was no weapons found in the vehicle or drugs...

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  17. Who knows ? I sure as hell don't . If he is guilty he was playing the wrong game and lost . He would be setting in a vital position of employment to be of cartel value . Then again the age old corruption of the police . What was described sounds pretty standard of the way its always been . I cant imagine myself going and enjoying the night life on the other side . Havent even considered it for decades . Not after my last police shake down in Villa Acuna 1985 . In the past 15 years I have not believed it safe to go in day time. I see a few young brave souls that say" its not as bad as people say , I haven't had a problem . The truth is IT DONT HAPPEN UNTIL IT HAPPENS . Then its too late .
    I hope that young man isn't involved in crime ,and if not I hope he is freed . I think the railroad is a pretty good job . Hope the cartels haven't bought them .

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  18. Pinche vato pendejo. Why is he going to mexico in a new truck? Way to bring attention to yourself, and he was blinged out. Lesson learned pinche bola de mayonesa.

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  19. who cares if they did torture him. He's a zeta so its justified.

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  20. The gates are clean up and doing the dirty work for the golf cartel

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  21. Where is that trash talker with its pretending theories about everything that happens around. Lets see what the mexican baboon has to say about this.... lol Ha-ha

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    1. Oh don't worry he/she will rear his/her ugly head eventually. It never fails. "Millie" never disappoints the readers when called out. Although most of his hate filled conspiracies are getting alittle tired for my taste.

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    2. How about this....he likes Mcdonalds so much that Burger King frame him with drugs and a machine gun.....he is fat 1800 Jenny craig..fatty...

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    3. He gots to be in one of the other post. he has been doing it lately using a diff aproach same thing haha

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    4. Nigga like you own this blog...is a free for all to express your own opinion.

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  22. The story is very fallible and questionable at best. What about the other alleged people involved? What is their actual story? Seems hard to believe GATES would release them without thought after the beating and secure Rios. Obviously he is a wanted fugitive or individual in this case or else the PGR would have ultimately released him. I see no intervention on behalf of the US Embassy since he is a US citizen so as the saying goes "Houston, we have a problem."

    Only time will tell on this situation but odds are not looking good for him since he was being watched and followed.

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    1. GATES=undercover Golfitas

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  23. You can buy three bottles of booze for ten dollars a piece at a duty free store... But driving in mexico in a brand new truck makes no sense... And driving around in what would appear to be a caravan of cars makes things seam even worst... You either will get stopped by the federales, military, or la maña, el cartel.. And walking around with wads of cash... Wining and dinning.... FISHY.... none of his actions ar illegal but in a place like mexico right now they just dont make sense.... Yard manager and marijuana or smuggling through the rail road system makes a lot of sense te me..... Or any shipping company for that matter... Just think about it... Im OUT..... FISHY FISHY FISHY

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  24. Viva La Revoluccion cabrones

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  25. Hey listen if these vato is from the zetas, yes he deserves the ass whooping he got :) if he is not a zeta n his carnal is telling the truth, he still deserves a ass whooping for jumping the border. He and everyone knows how things are n yet he n other people still go to Mexico. Remember those 4 kids that got kidnapped by Hercules Squad well it sucks but hey US warns us Americans CROSS AT YOUR RISK!!

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    1. Its safe I have no problems in Mata

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  26. Es el comandante porki. Oh el comandante buda

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  27. Muy raro lo de andar enjollado en la roca en esta temporada i con la silverado del ojete año este algo ay algo ay

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  28. Ya casi la gente de eagle pass no anda con jollas en piedras. Pos la troka ponle que si vallan en ellas a piedras pero de andar pistiando i cenando i con amigos en piedras i en.la noche ya casi no se olle eso por aqui muy raro digo si vas vas a comprar cosas pero en el dia ya casi de noche no almenos que este mal yo en esto

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  29. Saludos mi comandante porki de eagle pass texas attentamente de su compadre desde el infierno el comandate enano aqui me estan desfundillando todos los dias los vatos que yo mate

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  30. This is the same government, that has arrested the good doctor and H Mora, so..if they can false up some charges on them, why not anyone else? The guy is not living a life, or so it seems, as a criminal. I think his work history says a lot.This is another setup by the regime!

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  31. El comandante cara de puerco tiene cara de puro cocaino

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  32. I bet half the Zs they catch are not even Zs...smdh Mexico will never progress with shit government they have....

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    1. That's what they do! Then EPN also tries to align many victims deaths with criminal lifestyle, which is just a blatant lie. It's always smoke and mirrors with them boys, they gotta try and hide the real truth, about whose doing what!! Those blind as to what is happening outside of Mexico, think it's a drug war going on!! A drug war, no...a war against anyone who protest, those who report the actual facts...and democracy!

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  33. Tranquilo acuna, mataron a otros tres.... just like the other two... no robbery, its la contra

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  34. Speaking of railroads, the U.S. city of Eagle Pass across Piedras Negras is fighting against the Dos Republicas coal mining company that was illegaly approved by the Texas Railroad Commission to have an open mine pit along a major creek that floods each year in a densely populated neighborhood. The creek eventually leads to the Rio Grande and Eagle Pass Water Works. Someone please expose these U.S. politicians and officials working with these Mexican Companies run by none other than the Cartels.

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    1. Facking cartels cancers damn mothafckers

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  35. I hap previously put a post in that has not been put on. Nothing that should not have been posted. I elaborated on the so-called criminal history report from Texas. First it was mentioned that he was applying for a US customs position. This is a federal position meaning you cannot have a record in any of the 50 states. So showing only one state criminal report is no indication he does not have a criminal record in another state. Usually the record is pulled by federal agencies for federal positions, not local law enforcement. Also no record of his vehicle registration. All american citizens know nationwide that that should be in your vehicle at all times. I respect his sibling standing up for him, but how many times have family members not known about a persons activities?

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  36. Well it is true that gates, gatem, acreditables or either zs or contra, they never left... and yes...even if you dont sell, they will pick ur ass up, put d bag, robb u, torture you because IS THE SAME MIERDA, nothing its what it seems, u really think the moreira brothers were going to stop receiving $$$$, yea right... he just gave them badges... and yes things are going to get worse..... contra just killed some in las aves... nothing is what it seems... saludos

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  37. CROSS TO MEXICO AT YOUR OWN RISK! If you get kidnapped, tortured, raped, killed, etc.....dont bitch about it!!!

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    1. That's right. ..about time some one calls it for what it is..... mexico is a shit hole...

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  38. Se crello. de los corridos mucho mr porki ah cabron ora aita con los mismos calsones todos cagados desde el dia que lo agararon i muriendose de hambre

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  39. I have a quick story about my mexican encounters with masked individuals back on 2010, with large rifles in state of nuevo leon mexico. I took the bus to mexico city from nuevo laredo. At some point we made a stop near Monterey on some type of check point where they order everything and everyone of the bus....put everyone in line facing the bus. The made everyone to drop they pants, and started to demand cash and asking and yelling some shit in spanish. The first thing that cross my mind is what" the fuck I'm doing here,"and this is not happening. Next thing I heard "los 35 los 35" and everyone started to run towards different directions...I clearly remember do I run , I was in shock. A about 25 minutes later some sedena, trucks show up treat everyone like shit again and told Omnibus de mexico driver to get everyone and to drive none stop till they got out of nuevo leon...well the moral of this shit is that fuck mexico and I'm never going on vacations at least not on the bus....

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  40. because he applied for customs doesnt make him clean.
    the cartels are infiltrating CBP on a daily basis.
    Brownsville had an officer letting 3000 lbs thru his lanes!
    this guy is guilty.

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  41. mfer isnt no zeta..for one thing the US would of had him in their radar, second the GATES are as corrupt as they come, third railroad pays damn good, especially a yard manager....over the counter meds can mean anything from aleve to fucking hydrocodone cuz in mexico you dont need a script to buy shit....ask the american addicts where they get their pain killers from....they wanted his fucking new truck and so what if he was buying booze and blinging so you say in mexico...so what if he had people following him....the american law enforcement community have their snitches and they know who is who...if he was a zeta the US would os already spoken up....financial operater means he laundered drug money and that would mean millions of drug money ...the zetas dont fuck around they are filthy fucking rich....some of these comments are made by real fucking pendejos and i sure know firsthand how corrupt cops want a certain vehicle then they will get it...ask the general who confiscated any vehicle he wanted in ojinaga and painted them green

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  42. the state of texas runs a NCIC on everyone wanting a federal job like a customs agent...do your homework before judging someone pendejos

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  43. Acunita, another one bites the dust.... borderland, you are too slow on news.... where's chivis???

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  44. IF GATES wanted money why did they leave 5 thousand pesos on him

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  45. he also owned a little club in some colonia named iron bar or ironman bar, maybe that why he took bottles of booze, he was a very nice guy, always happy, i knew him for 3 years, 3 days before they got him he had invited me to his bar, glad i didnt went

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  46. Los Gates son un CARTEL DEL Governo atte El EX AFI

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