Sunday, January 18, 2015

Ala 'La Chucky', 'Don Neto' may spend the remainder of sentence at home

Posted by Lucio; main post from  El Debate posted by siskiyoukid with added material

As reported last week in the case of Ester Gordillo, aka 'La Chucky', Fonseca will likely leave prison in exchange for "house arrest".

The first Collegiate Court in criminal matters of the third circuit stated that Ernesto Rafael Fonseca Carrillo, alias Don Neto, is guilty of the crimes of kidnapping and homicide perpetrated against Enrique Camarena Salazar and Alfredo Zavala Avelar, which occurred in February 1985. 

The same court ordered the second unit of the Third Circuit Court to identify appropriate penalties now that they have decreed the guilt of the drug trafficker. 

In its resolution, the court also requested to “decide on an alternative of the imprisonment as a security measure" now that a unitary Court "by an accredited study had focused senility and the precarious state of health of Ernesto Rafael Fonseca Carrillo", the Council of the Federal judiciary reported on Friday. 

The first Collegiate Court requires in its judgment that Fonseca Carrillo is absolved of his other crimes, including: the crime of criminal association; smuggling to the national territory, collecting and carrying of firearms for the exclusive use of the army, Navy and air force national; and crimes against health, which is what they called the possession of marijuana for distribution, as well as the personal possession for the immediate use of the possessor. 


What's going on with Don Neto?


Because of an advanced age or age-related health conditions, offenders may be granted an alternative penalty, which seeks to provide the best quality of life to the prisoner. In this case, Don Neto would continue serving his sentence outside the prison, in a healthy environment [house arrest].

Profile of Enernesto 'Don Neto' Fonseca

Ernesto Fonseca Carrillo, born in 1942 in Badiraguato, Sinaloa and was head of the Guadalajara Cartel, along with Miguel Angel Felix Gallardo and Rafael Caro Quintero. 

Fonseca was head of the Guadalajara Cartel along with Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo and Rafael Caro Quintero. Fonseca was involved with smuggling since the early seventies, mainly in Ecuador and then operated in Mexico.  

The Drug Enforcement Administration of the United States (DEA) in 1982 discovered his money laundering operations in San Diego. On 7 April of 1985, Fonseca and his security forces were located in Puerto Vallarta by the Mexican Army.  His house was surrounded and he was taken prisoner. 


                                                              Amado Carillo Fuentes

Fonseca is the uncle of Amado Carrillo Fuentes, head of theJuárez Cartel .

Ernesto Fonseca Carrillo, nicknamed ‘Don Neto’ and regarded as the padrino [godfather] of the Mexican Mafia.

Fonseca was arrested by police in México, charged with the murder of Enrique ‘Kiki’ Camarena, a US DEA agent. 

Don Neto blamed Rafael Caro Quintero, stating that Caro Quintero committed the double murder of US drug agent and Alfredo Zavala Avelar, a Mexican pilot, at his home in the city of Guadalajara, the capital of Jalisco, on 9 February 1985. 

Both murders were viewed as a  "grave error" by the Mexican mafia kingpin that  caused a deep rift between the clans that control the drug market in Mexico. 

Questioned by police Interpol Mexico, Caro Quintero, then 29 years old, acknowledged that due to bribery, worth millions of dollars to agents and officials of the Mexican police, he managed to become one of the most influential men in the drug market in Mexico. 


Apparently, Javier and Eduardo Cordero Staufer brothers, also arrested, were their main financial contacts.

The Mexican police investigations also led to the arrest of seven police elements in Jalisco, two of whom said they saw Caro Quintero killed Camarena Salazar and Zavala Avelar.

Caro Quintero flatly denied being involved in the murders.  He also rejected the notion he kidnapped his compatriot, Sara Cosio Martinez, 17, because, he said, "she is my woman."

50 comments:

  1. So sad in Mexico they release mass killers because of old age. In America life is life! A hundred years is a 100 years.

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    1. What if i told you these mass killers are really laid off legoland employees?-Morpheus

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    2. And Mexico is not in America?
      if im correct, in the United States you can get a sentence, yet be released earlier om parole, good conduct, overcrowding etc... different toilets, same shit

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    3. In Canada you only do 25% of your time with good behaviour and the sentences are light to begin with.

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    4. Yet America let's cops kill innocents same shit it's as corrupt as Mexico just more low-key

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  2. Don Neto n Caro Quintero partner up for one last n make a Special Appearance via Tuta TV, any bets?

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    1. Nobody in power today is going to move aside for these old fogies, just because they were somebody 30 years ago....

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    2. Someone is moving in Hollywood for La Barbie, how about a movie the almada bros. portray Caro Quintero n Don Neto?

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    3. How about no movies? Why make these idiots famous? They are not heroes. They are killers, just plain criminals! Getting caught also shows they are not as brilliant as they thought.

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    4. There is a movie of Rafael Caro Quintero..benito del Toro plays rafa.. the movie "Camarena"..look it up.

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    5. Drug wars is the name of the movie with steven bauer and benicio del toro

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  3. How the heck could they actually get involved in current operation of a Drug smuggling organization.

    Also, why would Tuta, the leader of the Templaros want to make a spot with Quintaro or this Don Neto.

    Please excuse my ignorance. I am American and get confused by the alligences and rivalries theses individuals make.

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    1. They wouldn't these bozo's are idiots. Quintero has affiliates with Sinaloa cartel so why would they go to a weaker cartel for anything. Plus Rafa has so much business in Guadalajara that he has no reason to go back and push stuff. All he has to do is sit back and enjoy retirement with all his money. Same thing with JJ and the Zambadas when they get out.

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  4. If La tuta hang in there, maybe he will be eligible for this rewarding benefit. Advice to everyone in Mexico: If you are planning on murdering someone, just wait until you're old. Hopefully someone as ruthless as they are come take them out while relaxing at home. That is if the restrictions require them not having weapons in their homes!

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    1. Turn would get house arrest for his ugliness disability!

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  5. Indonesia just executed 5 foreign nationals for drug trafficking, including 1 woman....that's how you do it if you want to stop drug trafficking

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    1. Stop? There's a whole lot more awaiting trial, sentencing or execution.

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    2. Not on the same level as other places

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    3. Yea like my taxpayers money. Sadly its expensive to execute people in americas deathrow.

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    4. Over there, it was a quick bullet...very affordable

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    5. Indonesia kills the workers, not the owners of drugs or drug related enterprises...

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  6. 2:55
    Don't talk bulshiet first think say it right united states of America, "America" is a complete continent madafaker and the same thing happen on USA any old corrupt politician get release because of his/her medical condition.

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    1. ignorant POS, you are so stupid your ass talks before your lips move.

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    2. :58 pm In America or United States- both apply, a murderer does not get a get out of jail free card because they are sick. To offer you an example: Susan Atkins who was a part of the Manson crew was convicted of killing Sharon Tate among others. She was given the death penalty later commuted to life in prison. She became terminally ill and was going to die shortly there after. Her family pleaded with the government for her release. Tough luck, she was permitted to die there in the prison hospital. So to put it plain and simple 2:55 was on the money as well as accurate with their statement as well as saying "America"

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    3. Uh hello, a complete continent? Did you attend school? There are seven continents and the United States are within 1 of them (North America), which includes Canada. Canada has most of the land mass in north america. Go to school and learn before trying to blast someone.

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    4. noth america is.mexico-u.s.a.- canada

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    5. I see the internet grammar police are back. Simple statement I see the mention of the word America, take it in context it means United States of America. Where else would the reference be. Geez, use your brains people.

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  7. "Best quality life" - for the aging criminal.
    Clandestine grave - for the victim.

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  8. But can they get away with letting El Chapo do the same thing?

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    1. El chapo has so much money hidden around the world that they will never kill him. He is still making money in jail, so to kill el chapo is basically to destroy a cash register that gives you money eveytime you open it.

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  9. I was wondering the same thing, Chapo will acquire "illness", etc. something for those capos with long sentences to look forward to being over 60 and faking illness, set free at home, and take off to central america

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    1. The point you guys dont see is that they beenkckdown for so many years .maybe chapo would be relased after he completes say 30 years inprison. Maybe

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    2. Na. He would probably do anywhere from 10 to 20... depending on how much he helps with the snitching

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  10. I am getting old let me out

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  11. I hope an American asset takes him out. In fact, I'm pretty damned confident they'll get 'em.

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  12. Why is everyone trying to compare Canada, Mexico and the USA with their prison systems? First of all the US is the only one of the three with death row. The mixture to put in the needle for that cost about 86.00. The high cost is inflicted by the prisoner being detained for so many years. Death row is actually cheaper than life in prison for a taxpayer. Also in the US you have different levels to charge a person for with a killing, Murder 1, Murder 2, manslaughter and involuntary manslaughter. Depending on which one you are found guilty of determines your sentencing. I will say, for the woman in this story, she committed a white collar crime and the US finds them serious but not to a degree like murder. Yes in the US a person like that could be partially excused due to health issues. As far as murder and the amounts that the capos have committed, they would never qualify for early release. Also Canada and Mexico are hesitant to allow the US to prosecute these criminals because of death row. So the US has to agree to a life in prison sentence. If that person qualified for a death row case, and get life because of that agreement with their country, they will never get out early.

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  13. Well, at least these mo'fakas did their 30 years in prison, la pinchi chuky as a politician forged her chunky ass on the mattresses and petates she used to charm the teachers union leaders and earn her promotions, always collecting after her great leaps forward to their beds, she must have been so pretty...
    --and powerful, for emilio chuayffet, 'la emilia', to accept her freedom and probably her keeping all the money she looted from MEXICO, keep her qiet, but out, the poor, of course get kidnapped, murdered, disappeared for begging for money on the street, not by the people, but by the government...
    --See: Canadian Mining in Mexico: Made in Canada Violence, for one of the partners on the re-education of mexico's robot/worker of the future, always one big foreign corporation after another murdering their way in mexico to get what they want, money, money, money, caiga quien caiga...

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  14. Viva mexico reclaim aztlan KEEP THEM HIGH AND FALLING OFF

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    1. Pendejo, Mexico can barely take care of its self. mexico is regressing not progressing .

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  15. dumb ass Me I thought the Cartels are conrupt, I was wrong its the Gobernation all the way up to the President

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  16. yes the Government is corrupt than the Cartel are the same

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  17. The mafia never forgets, if he is one of the founders of Guadalajara cartel ,that means He has contacts in power. Where did all the money go.?

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  18. Look at carrillos teeth, looks like he had a nice surgery done. right?

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  19. All the americans involved on iran/contra affair, so called to not mention cocaine trafficking into the US by them, are enjoying their profits and golden retirements at home...
    --i don't know who is worse, former american military heros turned amerikkkan drug traffickers...
    --or poor mexicans evolved into world class drug traffickers turned fall guys for the CIA...

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  20. Sara cossio vidaurri looks so young, but she knew what she wanted, and she got it, she was so grateful she sent a thank you letter to caro quintero, i wonder what happened with her all these thirty years...
    CHIVAAA!!! Did you ever hear about a Marcela Bodenstedt?, of the mexico DF police...

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  21. You are. Right my friend the quintero family owns conpanies world wide all he has to do is collect hes cash and oviously hide because there is a current bounty for him in usa and mexico ...maybe he even had burried money in the sierra where he was born i mean those mountains are infamous between locals for burried treasures of casiques(rich families) or narcos from the past

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  22. What a sicken state of affairs for Mexico. They valve criminal lives instated of honest people, those that try to help them. In Mexico their are no Honor for honesty.

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