Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Mexico Arrests Zetas Leader Omar Trevino Morales (Z-42)


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UPDATE 11:AM
Borderland Beat posted by DD republished from ABC News
UDATES;  The arrest took place in a safe-house in  San Pedro Garza García, New León and was carried out by the Marines and Federal Police.  According to Reforma about 50 elements of the Federal Police and Marines carried out the operation and federal officials described it as a "clean operation" and that no shots were fired.  and the operation was directed from Mexico City.  

According to neighbors the Marines and Federal Police started about midnight in establishing a perimeter of about 200 meters around the house and this was later expanded when elements of the Army arrived and that the Army's role was limited to maintaining the perimeter.  Only residents who were verified to live in the area were allowed entry to the colonia called  Fuentes del Valle.  No elements of the municipal or state police were involved "because it was a federal operation".

Milineo reported that  San Pedro Garza García, where the leader of The Zees was captured, is the richest municipality of the country where many of the richest businessmen in Mexico live.

SinEmbargo said Trevino was charged with possession of illegal arms intended for exclusive use of the military and being involved in organized crime.  He also has indictments in the US for cocaine trafficking from Mexico to US.

It also said that with this arrest, 91 members of criminal organizations have been arrested or killed out of a  total of 122 priority objectives set by the government of Enrique Peña Nieto at the start of his term in December 2012.  (DD; I have never seen a published list of those 122 "priorities".)

The actual detention operation began about 4:AM and the Marines, Federal Police, and the elements of the Army left the scene with Omar Trevino about 7:55 in a convoy. 

 However, as strange as it seems, they did not secure the house to protect any evidence.  A large garage door was left open and there was at least one woman inside the house who yelled at the mass media who were assembled outside the house, "Get back".  
Trevino's safe house where he was arrested.

The fact of it being another big arrest "with no shots fired",  that the operation was directed from Mexico City, that media was present outside the house observing the events, and that the house was not secured to preserve any evidence that was possibly inside makes me wonder what is going on.  Was this a staged event? 

 It is hoped that in the next hours a press conference should offer details of the detention of the absolute leader of The Zees, although there is not defined yet if it will be in the facilities of the Secretary of Government or in the PGR.

DD:  Reports from many media sources are reporting the capture this morning of the alleged and presumed leader of the Zetas.  Details of the capture are scant at this point, but we will be updating this as more info is reported.  This report is from an AP story reported by ABC News.  Reportedly Trevino was captured about 4:30AM and BB started receiving reports from readers as early as 5:28  AM.

From ABC :
Mexican police and soldiers arrested the Zetas drug cartel leader Omar Trevino Morales, alias "Z-42," on Wednesday, a federal official said.

The official, who was not authorized to be quoted by name due to government policy, said Trevino Morales was arrested in a pre-dawn raid in San Pedro Garza Garcia, a wealthy suburb of the northern city of Monterrey.


The Mexican government had offered a 30-million peso ($2 million) reward for his capture on weapons and organized crime charges.

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration had offered a $5 million reward for his capture, saying he was wanted on drug-trafficking charges, but listed "Omar" as an alias and his given name as Alejandro.

The suspect is the brother of Miguel Angel Trevino Morales, described as the most bloodthirsty leader of Mexico's most violent cartel.

Miguel Angel was arrested in July 2013, almost a year after marines killed the Zetas' other biggest leader, Heriberto Lazcano "El Lazca."

The Zetas carved a path of brutality, bloodshed and mutilated bodies across northern Mexico during their turf battles with the rival Gulf cartel.

Much of the violence along Mexico's northeast border, however, is now due to internal battles among factions of the Gulf cartel.

125 comments:

  1. Chapo snitched. .. ;)

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    1. Mayo is next rcq after

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    2. You guys Kill Me ! Every time some Big Shot's captured someone say's
      "Chapo Snitched" do you really think that this Chapo is the "All Knowing Guru"
      of Mexico and can have any one picked up by the authorities any time he feels like it? He might have been the Shot Caller for the CDS but if he knew where all the others were he would have Won his Plaza's without firing a shot! As well as he isn't going to get any significant time knocked off his sentence by giving his Own People Up never mind people he has no idea of where they are or what their doing at the present time. He's lucky just to be alive even in prison. A Big Wig like him has now been brought down to starting Food Complaints in the system along with Senor Barbie!

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  2. Question? When a leader gets caught, for instance Chapo, Tuta, Z40, etc....where does all the money he gets goes? In the case of Chapo, did it go to Zambada? Tutas money where does it go now? N Z40 money who receives it his brother just got caught so who gets it? Can someone answer that?

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    1. Most likely his family members

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    2. Usually the money is hidden or in accounts of legit family members/friends/associates or laundered into legitimate businesses in hope that they can enjoy it "when theyre out" like RCQ did. But usually the government will try to find the money and confiscate it and they usually do

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    3. I would guess the next one in line or who ever "takes" the spot....

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    4. US gov. and mexican narco-mierdocracia have the narcs working for them, they always know where the money is, just let them keep some so that they go down easy...
      -- this is all puro teatro...

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    5. Mexican gov. is dumb. Instead of doing a full investigation and ensuring to take away everything these fuckers have, they only catch one or two and present them. Government should seize everything, and sell of do whatever just like other countries do.

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  3. That's news, you can use

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  4. I guess chapo is at it again. That guy just can't seem to keep his mouth shut can he?

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    1. Really what makes you think chapo snitched it's the DEA in mexico. Its not hard to find them go live mexico and you will know who is who. There is so much money involved sometimes you dont want to find them. Why would the government want to take away there kickbacks.

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    2. O they will get it from the guy that replaces the 1 arrested.Business as usual plus someone gets the reward money and they will chase down the laundered money for an instant bonus payday but EPN is desperate.Hes worried maybe there might be sanctions against Mexico from possibly the UN?

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  5. Wow. These guys are dropping like flies. It is clearly evident that the real bad-asses of Mexico are La Marina. When they come for you, your done! The Trevino Morales brothers would stop at nothing to lead Los Zetas. Both ruled for like a year and now take residence at Altiplano. Add the conviction of their brother and you can stick a fork in these motherfuckers. Also, the fact that Omar was caught so soon after Comandante Varo was taken down is suspect to say the least. EPN is crushing the cartels. The one thing people on here constantly say is that the govt is running the cartels. Taking bribes and laying the ground rules. This is bullshit. ALL cartels are getting hit and running scared. Viva La Marina!!!

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    1. "EPN is crushing the cartels" pleeease, shut the fuck up. Either you're a government sicario(Marina, Police or whatever) or you don't live here in México to be saying that kind of uninformed things, so stop your EPN cheering. The only thing that mexican government is crushing is the chances of México to be a real country instead of a vault to be pillaged and burned by them, the friends of EPN.

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    2. 9:31 epn is crushing the mexican people, from penniless Ayotzinapos to millionaire political crooks out of step to government to corporations like pemex and CFE...
      --Sorry, no cheerleaders welcome slipping on the 'epn' popo...

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    3. I live in mexico too I would like too know who in your opinion would govern mexico the best? It is our people that elect this government. That will sale there vote for a bag of food or 200 pesos. Mexico is very rich in oil and other recourses but our people don't know how use to our advantage. Most of our youth is caught in a narco culture and so are there parents. At some point we have to point the finger at our selfs.

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    4. The people united are the only people that can fix this corruption. Corruption is everywhere! Every western country is dictated by rich, vile, inhuman people. Our only hope is anarchism. We're alll human beings who should respect one another. Stamp out those that exploit us and kill us for wanting freedom for the future.

      Gangs are everywhere. The police and politicians work for the gangs here, too. I imagine every Western society to be just as corrupt. Mexico's corruption is just so obvious that ours' doesn't seem so bad, but it is there and it shouldn't be!

      Real democracy is where the people are the power. West democracy is dictatorship. One ruling class takes and takes and takes and makes us pay and pay and pay. The police work for these people and gangs. The wrong people. Corruption is the Western way.

      So I believe in anarchism. It is the authority of yourself. In anarchy we are the police. Laws are just rules to protect the rich and criminal. The real laws are scientific, gravity. Anarchistic rules are to live and let live, protect the environment. No exploitation of others or our resources. We need a fair existence.

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    5. El azul y el playa son dos narcos muy diferentes pero han sido de los mas chingones pues han podido difrutar mas su dinero

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    6. Quien es el playa??

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    7. The US controls the drug market.

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  6. Puga VARO sNITCHED

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  7. Chapo snitched on him to the D.E.A like he did to his to the arellanos back in the ninties. Chump!

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  8. Tuta snitched......

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  9. Chapo snitched .....

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  10. Wow! What a BIG year on the fight against drugs. Another capo behind bars.. AMAZING!

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  11. I wonder what will be next? Who's gonna fight for the top spot? This gonna be very interesting since to see.. The zetas Aren't gone but took a massive hit! On the otherhand how does this effect the alliance created with CJNG, BLO? Will CJNG Just take over the territories? Pena nieto is putting on a show right now, Who will be next?

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    1. there is no alliance between cjng and blo all that was just an assumption.

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  12. Comandante Varo, The silent one. :D

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  13. Looks like el pugs snitches. Haha. Snitchazetas

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  14. Tambien agarraron a la tuta y al chapo y al 50 y an chino antrax y a mas

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  15. When they captured Tuta, one comment read, Z42 is next, the last comment on 'narcos of 2014 arrested" also said La Tuta is next, now definitely that person has some inside knowledge on Mexico and before captures. TEJANO SYNDI

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  16. La pregunta es por que ??? I para quien ??? El gobierno esta asiendo tanta limpia.... Que casualidad que ahora los estan agarando tan facil...???????

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    1. @Charles Robidoux

      It's the Gingerdeadman!

      -Junius

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  18. For sure Z40 made a deal with the government, Z42 he too was arrested without a shot fired.

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  19. Ay apa ese vato las debe por todos Lados

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  20. Cleaning mexico for dirty politicians all these capos are falling like flies any min before mayo and rcq get caught up too but they forget about the family's that run drug corridors but are never mention in songs or by people

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  21. Nieto is trying real hard to clean house. I can't say it's a bad thing all these guys are going down. But the REAL end result will be a VERY big power vacuum across Mexico amog cartels that will ultimately lead to the Mexican gov. being the real mafia AGAIN. Like it was before they lost control of it. The PRI WILL BE the head of the mafia again...
    Then there will be "peace" , abut its only false peace. But people will embrace it joyfully.

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  22. Still pretty vague info online. I will believe it when I see the perp walk videos. So what does this mean for the Zetas and who will now take control and how bad will they be? Can't be any worse than they were under Lazca or Z40...

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  23. If proven true, the arrest of Z-42 would signal a major hit of the leadership of Zeta Cartel - a hit they might not recover from. This .could a put a nail in the coffin of the dying Zeta Cartel and their legacy. A legacy of brutality.

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  24. Wow whos talking

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  25. They got hI'm without a fight because he was with his family

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  26. Mex government cleaning house all these guys made some good deals with the devel Mexicos government

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  27. if nothing else...it send the message that no one is above the law and as messed up as mexico is...its an improvement from the days of 10-20 cops dumped on the street, bodies hanging from bridges, and the constant postings of snuff videos...i think its speaks to the amount of impunity these criminals enjoyed, being reduced....yeah, i know the government is still dirty....but its still an improvement from where Mexico was just 5 or 6 years ago

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    1. You know u r right. Matamores calm for about a year and started up again a month ago but the future, like 2 years could be better

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    2. I am liking it

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    3. The humble ayotzinapos are driving this from wherever they are, the guilty conscience of the mexican narco-mierdocracia is trying to 'look' clean...
      --Bullshit can't be made to 'look' clean...

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  28. Mayo Zambada is next

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  29. Chivis snitched...

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  30. with the media present??? so how is it that the media knew it was gonna happen but not him?

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  31. Finally you see one that was living in a clean neat home. Usually when they are captured the home is a total mess and the capo is plain filthy.

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    1. That's when you realize that he did not know that they where all out after him like Chapo or Tuta. If it is true that he was with his family, this is another good example that family is the biggest weakness that these guys have.

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  32. stupid retards all giving pene nieto props....it Doesnt matter if a big capo is captured a replacement is always next in line dumb fks all excited....wanna eliminate a cartel get the its infastructure and the politico fks that support them...this is all to make less noise and make cartels underground again....

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  33. El Coyote or El Grande will take over. All this was staged and it looked good for the cameras but oh well. Zetaz will continue with business as usual.

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    1. There was no shots fired maybe because his family was present wife kids. The marina is welled train by the us army. They don't want there guys in the line of fire. Remember what happen to the Mexican marine's family that died when they took El Barbas. His mom and sister were killed. Z42 has a nice jail cell waiting for him in the USA.

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  34. It's dea dressed as la marina everyone in Mexico knows that!!!!

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    1. Navy seals are in it too. Just like when they killed pablo escobar, they let the colombians take the credit. Now they let mexico take the credit each time they capture chapo or any of these mexican capos. Mexican government officials are too scared to go after them because they will get killed and some are in their pay roll, they won't kill a u.s government official so that's why they help.There are many generals from mexican marines and navy commanders that get killed in office or after they retire because they helped or didn't help organized crime. Just look at the mexian marine that helped kill beltran leyva in morelos, he got killed after that. Though it was his fault for posting pictures of himself next to botas blancas dead body on his underware. Real

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    2. Not all of the Marina were DEA just a few of them. If there are pictures of the arrest you will know exactly who were DEA and who were Marina even with their faces covered. There is always DEA and sometimes CIA with Marina when they go after the big fish. If only the Mexican government really knew how many times US Federal agents have been armed on Mexican soil. Man, it would be a total shit storm in the Mexican media. But what EPN and minions don't know won't hurt them.

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    3. At 1:46 FYI

      The marine was killed during the takedown, then the media mentioned the name and then they killed his family.

      He never posted pictures anywhere, as he was already dead.

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    4. @1;46 that makes total sense of using US guys,they aren't involved in any way and haven't been threatened and will just go on their merry way out of the country after so they are safe.

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  35. I will mow Penia Nietos lawn when he captures Mayo... This is good news but my "crystal ball" says.. Chapo Isidro.. snitched... :)

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    1. Why bother with Mayo? He will be out the same day like a walk in clinic. They will say he is old and feeble and can do house arrest. Total waste of time to even bother.

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  36. @ chivis talk to me why was z-42 in nuevo Leon instead of Coahuila

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    1. I would think he would be much more vulnerable in Mty. His brother also used his safe house in mty it prob is the same one. There are few clothes in the closet, they came to celebrate his kid's birthday. He prob wishes he would have stayed in coahuila. In coahuila he has greater protection.

      no matter there are 5 waiting to take his place....

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    2. chivis whon isw aiting to take his place?

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    3. @ chivis then how they know he was going to be there if it was a couple o days and why didn't he leave I think maybe Z took over mty and felt more comfortable there than Coahuila

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    4. @ Chivis
      That "greater appreciation" in Coahuila of all places is ironic considering what he did there...

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  37. EL MENCHO IS THE ONLY BIG DOG LEFT, HE'S NEXT ON THE LIST BESIDES ZAMBADA. government wants all the profits and is taking out the competition. Real

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    1. Isidro Flores Meza is the new #1 in Mx
      Mayo is retired but still boss, Lic is atop the CDS chains afterwards. Mencho in Jalisco- Michoacan, Kelin for Zetas & JL for Juarez.

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    2. Mayo retired lol their is no such thing as retirement in the drug game. You retire when you get killed or in jail.

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    3. Kelin ain't no zeta you dmbass

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    4. Isidro is getting his ass kicked in guamuchil by cholo vago. In Sonora they're weak they needed zetas to try and help them and in BCS they are getting smashed on by el licenciado whether or not there's infighting between mayo and him if anything Isidro is in a bit of a pickle considering he has no army of zetas don't send people to back him up. Isidro is in guasave probably a kilo in and shitting himself about what to do next.

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  38. I have a feeling that Caro Quintero is organizing the fall of all the capos of the different 5 cartels that the Guadalajara Cartel separated into. Somebody needs to do some checking of how the Guadalajara Cartel was broken up and how those 5 cartels have splintered, into what is now all these smaller cartels. What a coincidence Chapo, Beltran and other have fallen so shortly after Quintero's release.

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    1. Cartel del golfo and zetas have nothing to do with Caro Quintero and the Guadalajara cartel split up in the late 80s

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    2. It was Juan Nepomuceno Guerra and his nephew Juan Garcia Abrego who started Golfo

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  39. Okay you conspiracy nuts. What side is Pena Nieto on? Sinaloas or Zetas? As if drug money is worth way more than the tourist and energy sector dollars.

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    1. 1;46 good point maybe EPN realizes that now about tourism and oil but does tourism go directly to enrich an individual I doubt it they collect on the taxes from those business's which supposedly go into the country purse and on the other end,does drug trafficking money go into the treasury to run the country.I highly doubt that.

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  40. Fuck chapo isidro, he is trying to hide his own nalgas, what nobody can deny is that Monterrey, NL or in this case Zan Pedro "pedorro" garza garziaseems to be too much in the news...
    --what will El Bravo say now? All the zeta attacks against him that he "mira-culos-lie" survived looked suspicious, but i don't know; osama bin laden was right in front of a military headquarters in pakistan, living in a big suspiciously-not-secret at-all house compound...
    --Now regarding televiza narco-televicuento, staging the news... yeah, they old hands, i'd like to see a report on emilio azcarraga jean's BIIIG 200' yacht he hides over there by the philipines thailands malaysia, he hides it from the teletonero cocksuckers who paid for it... Carlo Loret de Moolah or spanish subdit Joachim Lopez d'origami may have sompim' to say in the newzzz about HMS TV...
    --help 'poor little orphan anniemilio' azcarraga jean y sus jotadas !!!

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    1. Correction: Jaime rodriguez calderon, el bronco, (not el bravo) had z 42 living in his city? It looks like televisa staged it, again...

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  41. Wonder if Varo Puga named houses and places he knows Omar 42 uses? Maybe nothing to do with it but,what a coincidence ?

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  42. does no one realize that Z40 is still running things from prison?

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  43. El mayo zambada is the last of the kings. Trafficking for over 40 years and has not spent one day in jail. He is king of the hill the only important drug lord with a 5 million bounty from the u.s government that is still at large. Z 42 was the other only capo left with 5 mill bounties on them. The captured ones just didn't have enough discipline about cities being hotspots where u could get caught more easily even if its a huge city like mexico city or Monterey. Mayo said it in his 2010 interview that the ones who get caught is because they expose themselves to much you have to live in rural places in isolated ranches or isolated haciendas like sosa had in the movie scarface zambada does it that style.

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    1. El azul has done it longer for a lot bigger people than mayo thats why el azul is one of the most respected capos.

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    2. Ok. Name who according to you are bigger drug trafickers than el MZ

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    3. Azul hasn't been in the drug game longer than mayo besides he has never been the main leader of a cartel always been the number two or three guy. Also i mentioned zambada cuz he has never been caught in over 40 years he has been in the drug game. Can't say the same for el azul also if he faked his death he is throwing in the towel or if he did die he is history. El mayo is still active in his leadership spot calling shots.

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  44. All these guys made a good deal with the devil that is the Mexican government funny how not one shot fired this is ther retirement and leave just one cartel just like the old days under one ruler that's easier for the government to keep in check!!!! Viva Mexico!!!!!

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  45. @ Chivis

    So who has the Mexican government in their pockets? El Menzo, Rafael Caro Quintero, El Miado Zambada or El Azul?

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  46. The only Cartels not taking hits are CJNG and BLO. Is Chapito Isidro the Big dawg now???

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  47. La marina......are you so out of tune to whats going on that you actually think the mexican govt. Is not on the take.....everyone is on the take....these cartels arent on the run ...behind the door deals is whats going on.....do you people think the govt is going to give chapo to the US....never....chapo is banking from right where he is at....tuta is a farce....mexican govt deal just to cool his heels......my prediction...the extraditions are fixing to stop.....WATCH

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  48. As much as i don't like EPN i have to say "Good job".Now if he could only free the inocent autodefenzas and their leders,that would be the cherry that made the cake.Free Dr Mireles!!!

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  49. Chapo Isidro is next.

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    1. Hahaha,no its impossible itvwont happen right now

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  50. Wow!

    Now of the original list of 37 most wanted only four left....at the end of 2013 they were still 15! At this rate, within this year the list will be totally cleaned. If it will be so, iIt would have taken 6 years.

    Who's next? Assuming that Azul is dead, the only top drug lord is El Mayo...and then Almanza Morales of Los Zetas and Ledezma.

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  51. I'm laffing at all the mothaf#ckers saying Chapo snitched. FYI this guys are hiding in plain site ffs. With US technology no wonder these men are getting swooped up a la Pablo.

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  52. Fredo Corleone has finally been apprehended

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  53. some of the most visible zetas that are likely to take 42's place are el coyote, el grande and el contador, el erotico. there are also lower ranked zetas such as el chuta, el cuije, el vera, el guerra, etc.

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    1. The bad thing for the Mexican public is that El Coyote, El Grande and El Contador are more like Z40. They like mass killings and torture. Z42 brought calmness and a more calculating style to the table. That's all gone now. Everyone is cheering 42 capture but it maybe the absolute worse thing that could have happen to the Northeastern states in Mexico.

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    2. coyote was captured after 40, are you saying he was released?

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    3. Touché Chivis. No one can slip anything past you. My bad.

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  54. I am not certain how the government operates in Mexico, but everyone blames the President for everything. In the US it is no secret that Congress has its share of do-little moments quite frequently. This is not a one man error that all this has gotten so out of hand. It was out of hand before Mexico's current President and it will be long after. So my advice is to prepare yourselves for blaming the next guy and the one after that. This is a result of a total lack of governing.. The US do the same thing while Congress gets a pass.

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  55. What's funny is that I don't think you can consider him and 40 real Zetas, if you consider not having the special forces background they didn't come from.

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  56. Ok...my opinion by popular demand..:)
    I would say leadership will go to one of two guys

    Maxiley Barahona Nadales, “El Contador or Sergio Ricardo Basurto Peña “el Grande “

    Sergio is very close to Miguel Treviño, he is said to trust him most after Omar. He was given a much greater role after Lazca's death, most likely to prep him for leadership.

    But Maxiley is shrewd but brutal even more so than lazca was.

    those would be my picks lets see who others weigh in with.

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    1. Is Maxiley Mexican or Central American???Do you know Chivis??

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    2. I think he is central american because he is from st louis

      knock it off..ok?

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  57. Its crazy how their capturing all the head bosses all of sudden. Must have something to do with Mexico's oil. They need to make those corporations feel safe.

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  58. What about El Erótico? Or the trevinos nephew

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  59. El grande ya ests muero todo laredo lo sabe, en mi opinion el siguiente en linia seria comandante carlitos compadre de 40 y 42

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  60. What a dumb ass comment that it wasn't the Colombians who nailed Pablo Escobar. Ever hear of Los Pepes? True they had US help on the technology side but what the Pepes did is methodically kill everyone who had anything to do with Escobar. If you gave him a fucking haircut, you got killed. Eventually after so many people getting killed no one even wanted to talk to the guy let alone help him. Escobar was completely isolated - hell he was afraid the Pepes were going to kill his family which is why he tried to get them out of the country. This is what Mexico needs - a ruthless fucking death squad like Los Pepes who will fucking kill anyone and everyone associated with these bastards.

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    1. First of all it wasn't the Colombians, Seals nor Los Pepes who killed Pablo it was the Deltas. It was documented by Colombian soldiers who stated that there were Americans with them at the raid. Those soldiers also stated the Deltas were the ones who actually killed Pablo. And it was the CIA who funded Los Pepes. How do you think Los Pepes started their organization? Los Pepes were not some vigilante group which was started to protect the citizens. Their aim was to take over the cocaine trade from the Medellin and Cali Cartels. A group like that will do nothing for Mexico. They will just turn into another H3 or Los Viagras group. Another Wolf in sheep's clothing with the intentions to rape and extort the people Mexico.

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  61. For the comment that said epn would be pissed if he knew how many CIA, DEA or seals are in his country, or on an op, and armed... who do you think our government talks to to send our men over there? Just the marinas? No. Epn administration knows everything that goes on pertaining to that matter. Unless the us sends people over there under the table.. then no one knows, and you can bet they're armed to the teeth, with armored vehicles. As for people snitching? Im sure most of them have. The same as I'm sure there's been a few that handed themselves over to be arrested. But wether they snitched or not, the U.S. would still,and have known for a while, be able to track them. I'm in no way a conspiracy theorist, but when it comes to stuff like that, if you don't believe our, or any other, government works this way, or has capabilities like that, you're a fool. These cartels are never going to die as long as there's idiots willing to make a quick, bloody buck. What worries me is that by arresting the old capos you leave the younger, more bloodthirsty, immature ones in charge, or worse, fighting to be in charge. ... if the capos had just kept it like the old days, theyd all still be free probably. And so many would still be alive.. So sad

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  62. Dude these guys all have a deal in place with the govt this is just not being good govt it's probably a plan to make the govt look like they're stopping the drug war these guys are all prob hangin on an island together

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  63. First and foremost, Mexico can't catch the guy selling ounce's of pot on some corner in Juarez, how the hell do you think they are catching these "Shot Callers"?? You guy's have been watching to many 1st 48 hours shows! D.E.A. has been calling the shots in Mexico since Ki Ki Camarena got offed!. After Mr Camarena was murdered is when Heads started to Roll in little ole Mexico. Prior to that the Capos ran Everything including the Government! Now it would seem with all the Hi-Tech information that the DEA pass's on to the Mexican Army and NAVY it's us who's policing Mexico.

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  64. 10:38 Donkey Ass...the narcs can't keep it quiet because the federal and state police, army and politicians are always extorting them to thepoint they are killing and robbing each other, not that the government cares, ok, then they go around kidnapping innocent people for the ransom...
    --narcos are too slow, that is why Genaro Garcia Luna, SSP chief had to do his own kidnappings with his own officers and Luis Cardenas Palomino, they even killed Enrique Salinas de Gortari for hell's shakes!!!

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  65. Another cartel leader!! Come on Mexico keep them coming!!

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    1. Ya estan el mencho y isidro

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    2. No se les olvide el 'papa de las gallinas peludas' aka M Grande de Mayo Zambada. Luego siguen por todos los demas que quedan por ahi. .... ajajajajjajajjajaja

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  66. Sempre la solita storia, che la guerra alla droga è un fallimento totale!!

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  67. It's like mirages, when you get there, there is nothing there, but you can go on to the next one.
    -La misma historia sempre, la guerra contra las drogas es una falla total.
    -always the same story, the war on drugs is a total failure...
    -and xlad @3:37 a goomba knows it and says so...

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