Friday, January 16, 2015

Sinaloa Cartel: 14 federal indictments unsealed in san diego reveal 60 suspects

Lucio republished from UT~San Diego for Borderland Beat
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Operation Narco Polo spanned the globe, targeting massive
family-run drug trafficking operation

The campaign to dismantle the powerful and violent Sinaloa Cartel has come to San Diego, with 117 people indicted here as part of a globe-spanning investigation — including the cartel’s fugitive leader and his sons — and the seizure of massive amounts of narcotics, the U.S. Attorney’s Office announced Friday.

The case started in 2011 as a small-scale investigation into a drug distribution cell in National City and Chula Vista and morphed into a full-scale takedown of the Mexican cartel that touched several states and countries, including China, Great Britain and Colombia.
                                          Left-Mayito Flaco  left-Ivan Ivan Archivaldo “Chapito” Guzman
The cartel, considered the most prolific and far-reaching in the world, is accused of importing large quantities of methamphetamine, the chemicals to manufacture the drug, and cocaine from various countries into Mexico over the past decade. Those and other drugs, along with Mexican-grown marijuana, were then smuggled into the United States through the border at San Diego using nearly every means of transportation possible, from boats to cars to semis to underground tunnels, the main indictment states. Prosecutors say the profits were then laundered via wire transfers, structured bank deposits, cash smuggling and other methods.

U.S. Attorney Laura Duffy made the announcement at a news conference Friday, revealing 14 indictments against the cartels. The charges undoubtedly add to the pressure against organization head Ismael “El Mayo” Zambada Garcia, a farmer turned world’s most wanted drug kingpin. He is already wanted on a Chicago indictment and a number of others that remain sealed, said Assistant U.S. Attorney Adam Braverman. Zambada is charged here along with two of his sons, Ismael “Mayito Gordo” Zambada Imperial, 30, and Ismael “Mayito Flaco” Zambada Sicairos, 32. 


His other two sons have also been prosecuted separately. The youngest, Serafin Zambada Ortiz, 24, pleaded guilty to drug trafficking charges in San Diego federal court in September and is awaiting sentencing. Another, Vicente Zambada Niebla, is awaiting sentencing in the case out of Chicago, a city long regarded as a major hub for East Coast distribution networks.

The San Diego indictment also targets Ivan “Chapito” Guzman Salazar, 31, the son of Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, who was the more recognizable co-leader of the cartel. He was captured last February in Mexico.

“These individuals were not just leaders, these were family members and people being groomed to take over all future operations of the cartel. And those are significant leadership voids that aren’t going to easily filled,” William Sherman, special agent in charge of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration in San Diego, said at a news conference Friday. As many as 100 law enforcement officers from various local and federal gencies who participated in the investigation crowded in the back of the U.S. Attorney’s conference room as the announcement was made.

While the elder Zambada may be No. 1, he is likely concentrating more on moving frequently to elude capture than running the day-to-day operations of the cartel, Sherman said. As far as who is running those operations, “it’s very fragmented right now,” Sherman added.

Nathan Jones, an assistant professor at Sam Houston State University in Texas who studies traffickers, said one of the biggest take-aways from the indictment is just how far a reach the cartel has.

“It shows how international they are. The problem with the vastness of the Sinaloa cartel suggests there will always be people waiting in the wings (to take over),” Jones said. “… Arrests beget arrests. If they’ve gotten much of Mayo Zambada’s family members, maybe they’re thinking they’re very, very close to Zambada in term of capturing him, as well.”

The results of much of the investigation, dubbed “Operation Narco Polo,” have been trickling through the San Diego federal court system for the past three years in smaller chunks as Sinaloa members and associates have been arrested and charged in 16 other indictments. That includes the prosecution of Jose “El Chino Antrax” Arechiga Gamboa, the reputed head of the cartel’s violent enforcement arm called “Los Antrax.” He was arrested upon disembarking from a flight in the Netherlands and extradited to San Diego in July.
                             'El Mayito', 'Chino Antrax', 'Franky Antrax', Chavo Felix and Pancho Arce 'El 4'

The distribution cell in National City and Chula Vista that was the genesis of the entire probewas broken up with the indictment of its alleged leader, Jose Luis Iglesias, who remains at large.

A large distribution cell run out of Oceanside, thought to provide North county with one-third of its methamphetamine, was also disrupted, officials said.

One of the last remaining pieces of the investigation fell into place in November, with the arrests of “Mayo Gordo” and two other high-ranking leaders in Mexico: Alfonso Limon Sanchez, thought to be one of Zambada’s main sources of cocaine, and Rafael Felix Nunez, one of Arechiga’s chief lieutenant enforcers.

Over the course of the investigation, authorities seized more than 652 kilograms of methamphetamine, 1,343 kilograms of cocaine, 12 tons of marijuana, 53 kilograms of heroin, 5,500 oxycodone pills and $14.4 million in drug proceeds. Arrests and seizures spread from San Diego to Kentucky and South Carolina and as far away as China and the Philippines.

Authorities are also trying to seize several items, including a Cessna Turbo 2010 plane and a Lamborghini Murceilago.

Authorities called it the largest, most significant drug prosecution in San Diego since the takedown of the once-powerful Arellano-Felix drug trafficking organization, or AFO, based in Tijuana. That prosecution, led in part by U.S. Attorney Laura Duffy, created a vacuum in the Tijuana-Mexicali corridor that Sinaloa capitalized on.

Sherman said authorities will continue the investigation 

 “until we’ve done to the Sinaloa cartel what we’ve done to the AFO. That’s completely dismantle their operations and completely eliminate their ability to operate in the future.”
CHARGES

Continuing Criminal Enterprise, in violation of Title 21 U.S.C. §§ 848(a) and (b)
 Term of custody including a mandatory minimum 20 years and up to life imprisonment, $2 million fine and 5 years supervised release.

Ismael Zambada-Garcia is charged as the principal administrator, organizer or leader of the enterprise or is one of several such principal administrators, organizers, or leaders; and the violation involved 300 times the quantity of a substance described in subsection 841(b)(1)(B) (100 grams of heroin, 500 grams of cocaine, 100 kilograms of marijuana or 50 grams of Methamphetamine mixture), which is mandatory life imprisonment.

Conspiracy to Distribute Controlled Substances for Purpose of Unlawful Importation, in violation of Title 21 U.S.C. §§ 959, 960 and 963; Term of custody including a mandatory minimum 10 years and up to life imprisonment, $10,000,000 fine and 5 years supervised release.

Conspiracy to Import Controlled Substances, in violation of Title 21 U.S.C. §§ 952, 960 and 963. Term of custody including a mandatory minimum 10 years and up to life imprisonment, $10,000,000 fine and 5 years supervised release.

Conspiracy to Distribute Controlled Substances, in violation of Title 21 U.S.C. §§ 841 and 846
 Term of custody including a mandatory minimum 10 years and up to life imprisonment, $10,000,000 fine and 5 years supervised release.

Conspiracy to Commit Money Laundering, in violation of Title 18 U.S.C. §§ 1956 (a)(2)(A) and (h)
Term of custody up to 20 years imprisonment, a fine of the greater of $500,000 or twice the value of the monetary instrument or funds involved and 5 years supervised release.

 
INVESTIGATING AGENCIES

Drug Enforcement Administration
 Customs and Border Protection Office of Field Operations
 Customs and Border Protection Office of Border Patrol
 Internal Revenue Service
 Federal Bureau of Investigation
 Homeland Security Investigations
 United States Attorney’s Office, Northern District of Illinois
 Department of Treasury, Office of Foreign Asset Control
 Oceanside Police Department
 San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department
 National City Police Department
 Chula Vista Police Department
 San Diego Police Department
 San Diego County District Attorney’s Office
 San Diego Law Enforcement Coordination Center
 Interpol

80 comments:

  1. Yes when Juan o Garcia was in charge of the Gulf Cartel we had no problems in Tamps. Its not always rosy when all the big guy go down.

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    1. get rid of CDS so a more violent cartel can take it's place

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    2. 8:16 Like the Zetas? all. all the cartels are violent motha fuckers. How you think they get up there idiot? Ha.

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    3. What if i told you all these cartels are nothing but a figment of your imagination?- Morpheus

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    4. Its not that a more violent cartel would take its place, its just that the local cells that are at this time united would go crazy and turn against each other in the attempt to become the dominant group of the area,

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  2. All this time and money spent and it won't change a thing. Only the names and faces will change, but hey it keeps the feds in jobs. Got to waste those tax dollars.

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    1. So what do you suggest the cops do? Just let the cartels smuggle their drugs into the country and do whatever they want?

      Or let me guess, let's legalize all drugs and sell heroin, meth, cocaine at dispensaries?

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    2. Shut up stupid. Just imagine if all those barbudos chuntaros were not to be capture. the Huge Problem the world would be in. Just look in how they got mexico right now. the mess!!

      At least their criminal organization isn't going to keep growing! and getting more powerfull idiot! they must take them down!

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    3. @ 8:34 Yeah what do you suggest. SMHH'.

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    4. We should keep wastin our tax dollars & keep the feds, lawyers, state, & city polices pockets fat! Cuz we all knw the war on drugs has worked! Noooooot! 2 easiest things 2 get in the U.S. is always gone b guns & drugs! A fuckin FACT!

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    5. 9:48 PM. You can't legislate common sense and vices. These are flaws in man. For some reason ($$$) the US thinks you can. That is why we have the largest percentage of our people behind bars than ANY other country in the world. We need to address the reason for use, not the supplier. Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. It's clear our current policy doesn't do anything to stop the problem.

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    6. @ 9:48 I'm a felon who did a year in state prison for selling weed. I haven't been able to get a good job since despite being a college graduate. Trust me I know how ridiculous the USA policy on drugs is.

      But in this case I think the USA government is doing what they have to do to protect this country. These Sinaloa Cartel members are very dangerous people. Their worst crimes USA government will keep classified. Their crimes go far beyond selling drugs. You let them get away with that then what kind of message does that send to other cartel members? All it would do is make them even more bold than they already are.

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    7. Names and faces change, and believe it or not that is a huge impact, look at Escobar, Carrillo fuentes, these guys are no longer around and they where more powerful than Chapo, look at CAF they where once the most powerful and it crumbled alot, chapo is gone, and these where the most powerful criminals, no one will have that type of power again, these cartels are getting weaker, theyre turning into cells that claim the same flag yet fight each other, theres hardly any concrete leadership structure now days like there used to be, there is less businessmen in the cartel and more street level thugs that instead of respecting whos the heir to the throne and give loyalty, they rather try to make a name for them selves and turn against partners to male an attempt to become the new boss. The point is that big powerful cartels are being fragmented, influence and power is dropping and thats exactly what they intented to do. The days where 1 man could control a whole fleet of passenger planes, 1 man could buy presidential level power, those days are gone and not coming back, this cartels that where once international organizations will end up in fragments as local criminal groups, it will turn from a problem being dealt by federal agencies, into a problem to be dealt by local authorities.... so slowdown boy dont expect our tax dollars to work miracles from one day to the other.... when youre old you will remember about the cartels that once terrorized mexico...

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    8. Chapo accomplished more than escobar. That is a fact. He has stayed in power longer than escobar ever did. That's a fact. Chapo guzman lived longer than escobar did. That's a fact. The technology used to locate chapo is far more sophisticated than that used to locate escobar. i can only hope that the tax dollars used to fight the war on drugs will get us somewhere though we know that is unlikely. Yes this SPECIFIC cartel might break into fragments but another BIG cartel will always emerge. For example look at La Familia Michoacana and the knights of templar. Look at sinaloa cartel with the cartel de jalisco nueva generacion.

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  3. ARRIBA! MS. LAURA DUFFY! thats a real lady right there!

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  4. Los vientos son fuerte pero el árbol no se cae.

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    1. Es ke todavia no le an tocado la rais.

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  5. I thought el Mayito gordo was captured

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    1. It said captured. Waiting extradition. I thought Cheyo was caught with him. Apparently not though.

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  6. Aye props on the flaco pic not that many of them

    Dam there really hitting the cartel

    I knew it all along ivan and flaco were groomed to be the bosses

    If any one know what's going down.in Sinaloa let me know

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  7. And finally yesterday (Friday) at the same time the indictments were unsealed and handed down in the USA a Mexican court ordered Kiki Camarena's killer Enrique Caro Quintero to be recaptured and arrested. No doubt from a lot of pressure from the US governemnt. See article here MEXICAN COURT ORDERS CARTEL BOSS CARO QUINTERO'S ARREST.

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  8. So what is the great U.S and its multi this and that to combat drug addiction?? You sick pigs.

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  9. Pic from CDS cartel left to right
    Ismael Zamabada el mayito, Rodrigo chino Antrax,franky antrax, chavo Felix and Pancho Arce el 4... All this cats are either dead oh incarcerated the last one is chavo Felix who still on the run

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  10. Ms. Laura Duffy you the real MVP :)

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    1. YES. SHE IS. :)

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    2. Obviously, Ms. Duffy does not suffer fools easily. This is not her first rodeo, and for that the Mexican and American citizens are grateful! Gracias. K. Reader

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  11. First time seeing a pic of mayito flaco. Its pretty crazy given the usual social media presence from the narco jrs.

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  12. Duffy spent over 10 years on the Tijuana Cartel Case and not once, took anybody to trial and surrendered crappy pleas to all involved. Hopefully she'll be gone soon.

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  13. If i remeber correctly chino antrax false last name found on his passport when he was caught was also Sicairos, same as Mayito Flacos mothers maiden last name. Intresting

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  14. More coverage...
    http://abc7chicago.com/news/operation-narco-polo-nabs-60-suspected-sinaloa-cartel-operatives/478536/

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  15. Lucio-where did you find mayito flaco's photo?

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  16. This will never end. U can't turn everyone in the world into law abiding citizens. And as one bad guy gets taken down a more vicious one will take it's place with a even bigger concentration to try and not fall like the others did. From now until the end of time there will be drug traffickers. Realistically we could never do anything about it.

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    1. Then they too gotta go down. What is the problem with that.? No body tells you or any other person to take the wrong path or to go with the easy way. Nothing is free. Deal with it btches.

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  17. About time for el chapullo to get his revenge back, from all those chuntaros barbudos back stabing snakes,,, That burned him to take his place, would be good to see el mz with el chapo in the same cage don't you all think?

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  18. Here is a copy of the indictment ZAMBADA INDICTMENT

    These are pictures from the press conference PRESS CONFERENCE PICS

    This is a list of ALL DEFENDANTS

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    1. Look at all the wannabe gangsters who sold out on the defendant list. Bet they started dropping cheese bits during interrogation and they all took the bait. Many small fries snitching to get the big potatoes.

      Nice pics, they should have had more though and I hear they already started forfeiture proceedings in the US and overseas.

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  19. Chapo snitched ! Now the sinaloa juniors are snitching. A whole lot of snitching going on with those snitches. Lol

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    1. That is how it goes. They snitch their way to the top ! snitching on their "contras" ............Ahahahhahahahahhahahahahaha ! ! !

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    2. Lol you couldn't hold that much power with out snitching look at the American Mob snitch galore I can see where the sinaloenses picked up there snitching from.

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    3. You cannot compare the Italian mob with sinaloa cartel. The italian mobb is more sufisticated tgat those dumb chapo's who can't read or write. The Italians are smarter. They dont make it to the top like your boy c hapulin. At least the italian mob brings legitimate jobs built vegas and don't go around killing 1 third of their people and still fail to take control of territory . Sinaloa is terrible, just a bunch of idiots killing each other and at the end the mensos end up dead or in prison. Fact

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    4. Are we talking about the American mob or the Italian mob two whole different mobs

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    5. The italian mafias are the same pieces of pig shit, the only difference is that they been doing that dmn thing (extorting, illegal gambling, prostitution, smuggling, counterfeiting items & NOW they even got their claws in the drug traficking..) for centuries therefore they are a little wiser in how they do the "business", those motha f'rs really know the whole entire stuff. Maybe one of the reasons why some bitches call them "wise guys" they know the whole shit. Any illegal business you can think of, if its gonna make them money, they do it, The italian mafia in italia. They own most of the the italians... with ... .. .?

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  20. El mayo zambada is harder to catch than chapo Guzman,Osama bin laden,and Saddam Hussein. He has been a major drug lord for probably now close to 40 years why can't the dea,ice,fbi and Mexican government capture him I think just him and z42 are the only ones left at large with 5 million u.s bounties on them. I think part of mayo being so elusive is because he doesn't like being in metropolitan populated areas which make it easier for the law to find them I suspect la tuta also lives in very rural ranches and stays away from populated cities for the most part.

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    1. El azul has been doing it longer and under way bigger people than mayo.

      Desde el 602

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    2. He hasnt be caught because they havent decided to catch him yet, he is high priority but for local distric authorities, not by the CIA. He is one of the most wanted yes it is high priority but not higher than Osama was or any important terrorist, he is not a threat to U.S. assets or trust me he wouldve fallen by now, the federal goverment is more focused on stopping terrorism and solve conflicts where american imterests are at risk. Homeland security is focused on people that want to blow shit up here, that hijack planes that blow up schools with explosives, that interfere with anything that the U.S. makes money out of like oil, things that Mayo is not doing. If Mayo was to do something like that i bet the seals wouldve gone and killed him without even asking mexico permission to go in, mexico wouldnt even know, The US knows where he is at its just that theyre not stupid enough to tell us, come on these guys meet up with DEA agents to work out deals, a great example is Vicente Zambada, the DEA would meet with him on a regular basis

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  21. You can rest assured that the fugitives hiding in Mexico and abroad on this indictment are going to be hunted by US authorities. The US is not going to wait until EPN hides everyone, once US intelligence locates the criminals one by one I am sure they will have teams to extract them to "their" side of the border. The majority are already in US prisons serving their time and others are awaiting sentencing. A few are already in Mexican custody awaiting extradition and the others are in US holding awaiting trial dates. This whole crew was a den of rats, "rats of honor" jajajaja selling cheese-balls to the other rats each fighting for reduced sentences. There are also many on the US side wanted as fugitives also.

    Here is the press conference from the OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES ATTORNEY
    SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
    San Diego, California
    United States Attorney
    Laura E. Duffy

    #main-wrapper{
    text-align:center;Dozens of Alleged Members of Sinaloa Cartel Charged; List Includes Kingpin “El Mayo,” His Sons and Other Top Leaders


    Distribution cells are dismantled in Chula Vista,
    National City and Oceanside}

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    1. I believe you are a little late on that bro, you are right the US doesnt wait for EPN, yet EPN is not hiding them, he is accepting the US with open arms, the fall of most of the big bosses where the result of US intelligence, like chapo who had his phones intercepted by US intelligence, the US told them where he was, there is alot of DEA, CIA and US Marshals south of the border, and many participate in raids, supposely they just observe and give advise and guidance yet they have weapons for protection and there has been incidents where they have engaged in shootouts but the mexican goverment keeps tight lips on that and the US goverment wont admitt it because mexico requests it (mexican goverment likes to pretent to the world that they can handle it all on their own) , there is covert operations by US Military, many reports go as far as talking about US personel in Mexican fatigues. I can bet that the goverment knows where Ivan is, where Mayo is where they are, they just cant jump in right away, they gotta watch them first their movements their lifestyle what they do, they establish a pattern on how they move and operate, I dont know how it goes but i know there is many protocols to follow when dealing with these guys, but they know how they dk their job theyre the experts on what they do and soon they will catch them, its 100% sure they will get to them and eitger arrest them or kill them, once the US has you on radar, there is no place in this Earth to hide

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    2. 4:27 I rather wait and see the results instead of being "assured" this is the biggest cartel, that has been operating since the 80's supposedly ..

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    3. they can be the biggest, or most powerful yet Theyre still no match to the U.S. goverment. If the Taliban fell, if Al Qaeda lost power, these guys are a piece of cake

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    4. Lets wait and see what happens, how long it will take for all of them to get snatched like el chaputo, and what faces they are going to make when they get scorted with a couple of soldiers by each side.. el chapo style

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  22. Here is the complete press conference news release from the United States Attorneys Office Southern District of California. Click on link SINALOA CARTEL INDICTMENT PRESS RELEASE

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    1. Wow. No doubt this cartel indictment is the beginning of the end for sure. Every aspect of the gang has been hit and all their contacts. Many finks in this group as one can see by a lot of the short sentences already handed out in the defendant list. Good to see some charges the minimum sentence is life. Now you can bet the Ace of Spades that the US is going hunting in Mexico and surrounding narco states.

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  23. Like if they stop this cartel another wouldn't emerge or maybe just maybe they get rid of the CDS and THEY appoint one a little more involved in thier interest because everyone knows the US government is so righteous

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  24. Don't know how true this is but this is what ivan wrote on twitter.
    Me llegó una carta y es de mi apa, me deja el poder de todo, los licenciados y los mayos están a mi mando por órdenes de mi apa.

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  25. ... Nothing Changes Because Of These Charges And Sentences As The Federation Is Made Up Of Many Important, Influential People Who Have Others In Place, Waiting Patiently ... Plus All Of The Sentences Were Cushioned Or Light Compared To Sentences Given To Crack Dealers (For Example) That Are Still Locked Up From The 90's & 2000's For Much Less... Watch After 5 Years When These People Just Get Released, Disappear And Do What They Know Best, Just A Little Bit Smarter At It ... Sometimes It Is Best To Know The Enemy Vs Not Knowing Who They Are ... Direction Comes From The Top, Chapo Was Not The Top Nor Is Mayo, With So Much Happening In Mexico After Major Arrests And Nothing Has Changed ... Think About It ... There Are People Who Have Instructed Chapo To Take Some Heat And Spread It Around, Say What You Want About Him As He Will Finish His Time And "Nothing" Will Happen To Him While In Prison In Mexico Or USA ... He Will Walk Out Being A Father/Grandfather, Then Disappear Again Into The Mountains ... It Will Make A Great Corrido ... Just A Great Chess Game Being Played Very Well ...

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  26. The most dangerous cartel, betraying mexico andnselling it away for table scrps is el pri and its murdering politicians who after fucking up as international swashbuckling businessmen, have been reduced to drug trafficking as their sole income generating enterprise...
    --the illustrious help the mexicanuses with foreign degrees from foreign universities have provided the mexicans and their government, has only helped steer the better kickbacks to the least possible government officers, the rest have to make do extorting and murdering the rest of the mexicans, and stealing drug trafficking from the best of the best, with dirty business deals with Foreign drug traffickers putting together their 2016 presidential campaigns, is all... no need for extreme measures like eradication of addiction on mexico or the US...
    --mexico furnishes the cannon fooder and the dead and the US satrapy launders and recovers the money, it is only play dough for them, it is all a little investment that MUST produce returns on steroids...for the global vulture investors...
    --"olviden a los ayotzinapos", "mexico must go on", "do not destabilize our beloved country", protect the animals against cruelty...ASPCA...

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  27. ... AFO Peoples Are Still Around California, Texas, Arizona , Colorado , Tijuana And Other Areas, Just Low Profile, She (Duffy) Has Slowed Things Down, But Cannot Stop The Flow Threw The Border, Above The Border Via Air Or Tunnels ... Smoke And Mirrors Just To Show The Public Something Has Been Done. All Light Sentences Have Been Handed Out As Another a Person Pointed Out When She Went After The AFO ... Slap To The Wrist

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    1. CAF still around? When Fernando Sanchez Arellano got arrested last year , the remaining CAF "cell" were soaked up by Aquiles (CDS). CAF is not the same cartel it was 10-20 years ago. It's a small crew of individual just using the glorified name in a certain zone in Tijuana. You talking about having CAF associates in all these states? Please. They don't even have total control nomore of the backyard that Benjamin took as his own in the 80s.

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    2. Some are left but AFO is not what itbused to be, theres no more brothers giving orders, no more one big organization keeping the outsiders out, just alot of pushers working quietly in a smaller scale and many on their own, and not 1 big structured organization like it used to be... and thats the point. You gotta quiet down the loud ones, thats what they wanna do to sinaloa, sinaloa right now is out there doing their shit invading everything, like AFO in its days, and that annoys politicians. The way they took down the brothers, theyre gonna take down the families the guzmans and zambadas. And in a few years Sinaloa will also be a bunch of pushers working quietly the same way of whats left of the afo, while a new cartel will felx its muscles get on the spotlight annoy the goverment and head to the same direction

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    3. Too many drug trafickers in sinaloa for that to happen, some are waiting ready to take the drug traficking routes, established by los "viejones" that shit is a breeding ground for narco trafickers, entire families work in the same shit at times from the grandfather down to the grandson.. ..pure narco culture bullshit

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  28. So basically thats the only unaltered photo of chino ive seen, at least hes got that great colgate smile

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  29. Boring ass comments

    Everyone goes off topic

    Whats going on in sinaloa?!

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    1. Compa no pasa nada.

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    2. What is "boring" for some, is not boring at all for many others, why did you read it again? Asks some forum prima donna, and he is right...the optics says more than boring, it is damaging to your pet causes, and bothering...

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    3. @4:00 PM
      "Boring ass comments..Everyone goes off topic"

      Its millie.Look how many comments that clown has posted?
      You can tell his shit,always negative anti US crap that has nothing to do with the topic or story,that clown will drive people away with his inherent xenophobia and race shit.You would think it may have learned something but its obviously too intelligent.

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  30. ... Keep Assuming That ... Because That Is The Way It Is To Be ... "Period" ... Aquiles And His Brother You Mean ... Yes, They Are Out Of Town Right Now ... Cooling Down As Before ...

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  31. who is this guy Ismael “Mayito Flaco” Zambada Sicairos and how come no one ever mentioned him?

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    1. 3:04 And that's nothing.. there is a ton of motha f'rs like him, that not every body knows of them. Some times only the right hands of los "viejones" know who they are, some 'persons' that live in California probably know who they are... Because some of them got families there or sometimes they got residence there. For example some mx known as ... "el mago" from CDS does anybody know who that is?? ..And who is he traficking with, is he with the zambadas? the guzmanes? the antrax? who?

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    2. el mago .pal chapo.. Y el senor de tamazula.

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    3. @6:10 yeah ive heard of eddy el mago and i think he traffics for guzman but this guy is el mayos son so i would think people would know who he was or is

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    4. Now you all see the thing.. there is a bunch like "el mago" in california and other states of the USA for those of you that tought only the Jrs. of el chapo and Jrs. of el mz existed and that the CDS is done betta think twice, Im telling you that shet is big. Some of them got residences in both places mexico and the US.. & do the "jumping" from side to side moving weight.. whenever they can.

      Facking DEA... Do those bxtches work at all??... or do they get high with the big narcos??... Smhh'.

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  32. did you all notice some of the other names on the defendent list? cheyo anthrax, aquiles, la rana, atlante. i think they were able to understand the whole network and structure in this investigation.

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    1. No! Really?... they all told on each other to get lesser sentences!

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    2. Thise guys arent caught yet though so how did they get lesser sentences? C'mon

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  33. Millie's comments posted, are a fraction of the comments sent, the administrators only post what they like, and thanks to some of them being card carrying members of the ASPCA, the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty against Animals, some of my best comments have not been posted, because they would have driven you to eat your face, mil mascaras, mask and everything, i don't know if you are aware mil mascaras, you got played and owned, and don't even know it...
    --and then, para acabarla de chingar, obama care does not cover that, mmmmh, how about you start chewing your lips mil mascaras, the taste should be undescribable...

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    1. ..How about you start chewin your hairy tail

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  34. ... Everyone Knows That This Started With The Flores Brothers Who Are In Protective Custody, Then Vicente Talked Along With Stupid Chino A Talking, Little Girl Serafin Talking ... No Worries Though, They All Will Get Less Then 10 Years For This And Still Have $ When They Get Out ... There Is Structure In Place As With Any Business
    ... Like In The 80's When The Families Were Assigned To Regions/Areas To Ensure That If 1 Was Caught, There Would Be Others That Are Groomed And Ready To Put In Work ... 80's, 90's, 2000's And Nothing Has Changed Except Faces And Names ... Drugs Still Flow, Money Is Made, Jobs On Both Sides Of The Border Are Still Kept (Legal And Illegal) ... Sad, But True

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  35. That picture is proof that chavo Felix is in deed a antrax. He's el 8 de los antrax. Who ever says otherwise has their head up their ass.

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  36. Mayito Flaco real name is Hector.

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