Thursday, April 9, 2015

Detained in El Paso Texas, 900 gang members with links to drug cartels

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from a Proceso Article


United States Authorities announced today the arrests of more than 900 gang members from 239 distinctive groups, the majority having links to Mexican drug Cartels, during an operation that lasted six weeks and was carried out in distinct American Cities.

The major part of the detentions were conducted in this city during an operation called Project Wildfire, which led to the detentions of 976 dangerous gang members of groups such as the Surenos, Nortenos, Bloods, Crips, among other gangs that have links to Mexican narco's.



661 individuals were apprehended in this frontier City, meanwhile the rest were located in Puerto Rico, Lubbock, Texas, Detroit, Chicago and California, according to the Office of Investigations of Internal Security (HIS) in a press conference.

In addition the detentions, the United States Authorities seized 82 firearms, 5.2 kilos of Methamphetamines, 7.8 kilos of Marijuana, 5.6 kilos of Cocaine, 1.5 kilos of Heroin, five vehicles and $379,399.00 the proceeds of sale of illegal substances.

"These bands of criminals inflict violence and fear in our communities and without the attention of the Police Agencies, these groups will spread like a cancer". said the Director Sarah R Saldana.

The operation ran from 23rd of February to 31st of March, with the collaboration of 251 Agents of the three levels of United States Government.

"Our Agencies work with colleagues of other Police Agencies in the country to achieve the removal of gang activities wherever they take place," added Saldana.

The Department informed that the majority of the individuals detained are United States Citizens, while another 199 are nationals of 18 countries of South America, Central America, Asia, Africa, Europe and the Carribean. Of the detained, 150 are women.

Actually the Mexican drug Cartels operate in the United States through gang relations with gangs that were arrested as described in the statement.

According to a report of the Department of Public Security,they initiated their plans this year, seven of the eight major drug trafficking cartels operate inside the United States, moving drugs and people to their Neighbouring country, transporting money, arms and stolen vehicles to Mexico. These Cartels include the Cartel del Golfo, Los Zetas, the Juarez Cartel, the Sinaloa Cartel, the Knights Templar, La Familia Michoacana and the Beltran Leyva Organization.

Of these, the Cartel del Golfo, Los Zetas, the Sinaloa Cartel and Juarez Cartel are the ones with the major presence and influence in all of United States.

The defined groups that operate in El Paso are linked to the Juarez Cartel and the Sinaloa Cartel, linked to the gangs, Barrio Azteca, Latin Kings and the Brotherhood of Latin Pistoleros, according to the report. Links to the Sinaloa Cartel are Los Surenos, Tango Blast and Latin Kings operate as front line.

Without doubt the gang relations of the Sinaloa Cartel in all of the United States include these other 13: Brown Pride, Border Brothers, East Side Bloods, East Side Locos, East Side Torrance, Eme, Hollywood, Maryvale Gangster Crips, Midvale Park Blood Gang, MS-13, United Blood Nation, Varrio Locos 13 and Vista Home Boys

These gangs operate through California, Texas, Arizona to Washington and the frontier of the United States with Canada.

Original article in Spanish at Proceso

47 comments:

  1. Aquí en Laredo Texas La Mexikanemi(EME de Texas) estamos bien pilas con los de Sinaloa compa!!!


    Puro Mexicano!!!

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    1. Son de lo mas corriente y bajo los pandilleros. Buscate un trabajo. Y si estas en laredo, no cruces a nuevo laredo k te va mal.

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    2. Pues tendremos que ir a Laredo a dar una limpiadita..

      Saludos desde Juaritoz

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    3. Esos putos tomates estan en todos lados los desgraciados. Lol

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    4. La EME de California la original. Esta bien firme con el Cartel Arellano mi compa!! Alv con los chapos y mayos Aki pagan plaza.

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    5. Thats right. Real surenos from cali 1000% aretes!!!

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  2. What do we say?
    No, pos 'ta cabron? Or: no, pos wow!?
    OK, good luck making charges stick on the US, maybe if the perps get taken to guantanamo or so for the water boarding they will confess to sompim'

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  3. Where's the money?

    And some corner poser fools think gangbanging is good business. :)

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    1. The money is on the US side, the beef on picture above, enjoy...

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    2. With that many arrests they only confiscate 380k$. That is a joke.

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    3. They are dope heads gang members pendejo. They make the money for the cartels not for them.

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    4. el paso tx





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  4. Thank you based god

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  5. not even a dent, lazy LEO went after the easy ones with the targets on their back the expendable idiots who wanna have that "FAME" of being a gangster a few keys, cartels move tons not crumbs, another waste of taxpayers hard earned money.

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  6. Good day for a hanging ( or 900).

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    1. Puros grameros de street corner punkos, maybe 2 or 3 hawks

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  7. Funny how people on these post complaining bout the drug cartels killing and the mess they do now they say cartels are better then the gangsters in the states.

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    1. The general complaint is not about the bad guys the US catches, but about the caliber.
      Never a big bad drug money laundering bankster, or an institutional drug trafficker, at least an honorific mention on MSM...
      --Another complaint is about the US sheltering genocidal mass murdering maniacs like ernesto zedillo, Felipe calderon, and genaro garcia luna, expert kidnapper, ransomist, extorter, mass murdering maniac...
      --Another is sponsoring and arming the mexican governing narco-mierdocracia and their mass murdering kidnapping genocidal drug trafficking extorting military and police...
      --And having no shame at all about any of it...

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    2. @1148 spot on, spot on...

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  8. All that does is overpopulate the prison n gives other criminals a chance to go free! The cycle will never...lets focus on Cali4nias drought.

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    1. No overpopulation, 3500 creminals were just let go for lack of space by the US gov...
      --The US gov is just trying to replace their prisoners to Corporate Corrections of Amerikkka, their corporate welfare depends on it...
      --Law enforceMent will be busy investigating and catching back the released, $$$
      --the released will be busier hooking up new meat for the la Vida loca...

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    2. 8:22 Don't worry about no drought, the fracking frackers are exempt from water restrictions!!! By as per California law...

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  9. CJNG maybe the new narco slut on the block in Mexico but not in the US. It's just the same usual suspects. No room for newbies.

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    1. Mark this in your August 2016 calendar. CJNG will be history - done - destroyed. They were a pawn for la Sinaloa y DF and they've gotten too big for their britches. If you know your 20-30 year history of Mexico trafficking you understand what I say.

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  10. This was nationwide, not in El Paso only.

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  11. Les reporto que un comando armado se graba antes de un enfrentamiento en la sierra de Chihuahua... El noticiero

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  12. Chapo snitched on all 900

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  13. Lol this is funny these wangsters are the ones moving less shit around.
    That's right easy targets.

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  14. Aqui tamos 5.7 con la gente de Sinaloa !
    Saludos al compa Chino Antrax aqui en la carcel le tenemos su laptop pa que mire su instagram

    Puros Antrax Tango Blast

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    1. Hahaha tu compa en el bote, que bonito quedo! "Antrax Tango Blast"? Mejor cambiensen el nombre a "Antrax Berry Blast" por putos!

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    2. Haha tango blast attn Fanta Fruit Twist

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    3. nadie nunca dice nada sobre tango en TDC. tango es TDC

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  15. Puro chuko tuerkas y caseta el valle de Juarez o el valle d la muerte Simon tanto blast saludos al kompa rafagas siempre kon tu escuela markando terreno y arriva kz

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  16. The US part of the drug trade is the wealthiest, I wonder if it is US gangs members with links to Mexican cartels OR US drug trade with Mexican (Afghan, Brazilian, Colombian ...) cartel employees.

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  17. Like others pointed out this is just street level thugs / wannabe's who were caught up in the net as "easy catch". those LEOS sure didn't have to put much effort into these catches and it goes a long way to help justifying their budgets

    Besides the Prison Complex cartel itself has to make their money so the more people that get arrested and run through the system the more money that can be skimmed of the related food and services these prisons spend to house and feed these new inmates.

    The poor gang bangers get used as pawns on both ends of the playing field and are too stupid to really see this, they just sit in jail where they get another tattoo which only helps identify their lack of intelligence and places an even larger target (here I am come get me, I'm a gang banger) on themselves

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    1. Esos solo son usados por los carteles, a los jefes de los carteles no les importa nada de eso, a ellos solo les importa el dinero facil ke los pandilleros les hacen ganar.

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    2. Finally some sense hope all you gangbangers see this ponds in this world

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  18. The Department of Justice claims you have links to a drug cartel if you just walk by some guy who's in one. If you have ever read one of those indictments the government basically makes taking a crab a felony charge. Not that I'm in favor of some of the violent shit these guys do, but I don't believe in piling on a bunch of bullshit charges just so we can have another customer in one of our prisons for the next thirty years. Plus, every one of those DEA, FBI, CIA dickheads are known drug traffickers and I do believe they have ties to drug cartels, hell they are the drug cartels.

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    1. Solution: don't walk by the cartel guy.

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  19. America's gangs made truces back in the 1990s, and moved on up into penthouse job positions throughout America's infrastructure. From the top positions in the land, down to local community positions, so they can keep abreast of any threats to their hegemony. We've had a thug-ocracy since before 9-11. 976 taken and they're not even close to breaking a sweat. Just like others already said, this was just bluster to keep up appearances, period. WHEN their hegemony of power is threatened, we're going to see a massive tidal wave of violence nationwide like we haven't seen in a very long time. But mark my words it's coming, and when it does it's going to make the early 1990s look like a walk in the park. Why? They've been stacking up tons of extremely bad 'karma' by taking advantage of all kinds of liberties. Their predecessors in Cosa Nostra were wiser by far to not step on too many toes and flaunt their power, but these proud ones have zero concept about and scoff at such things. Interesting how some people come on BB and jock various cartels, but EVERY TIME an article comes on here regarding America's version of la misma cargada, I never seen so many patriotic cheerleaders of homegrown scumbags. So I guess we see where peoples loyalties truly are, huh? Okay. Good. Let's just see that same loyalty in the not so distant future, when the shit hits the fan and America's scums die by the thousands. Personally I can't wait for the entire world to no longer idolize thug culture. I can't wait for that to no longer be an American export. Life is to short to waste one milli-second on the same old usual suspects of pathetic, tired, dystopic deathstyles.

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  20. I'll bet all these dudes struggled in school.
    Not the intellectual cream of the crop!

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    1. I sat next to a cholo gangbanger in 7th grade college prep algebra and that vato was one of the sharpest dudes in the class. Way smarter than me. Now he's struggling to make ends meet and I'm a well paid engineer. It wasn't intelligence that determined our fate. It was life's circumstances....that said, I'd rather see active drug slanging gang members in jail, than living next door to me. Good job LE! ....to everyone complaining and bitchin that these ain't kingpins but patsies, we'll even baby poisonous spiders can kill

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    2. I was in graduate school in mathematics with a guy who had dropped out of high school and then got busted selling drugs. They couldn't send him to the Marines as he was diabetic, so they sent him to college (really; he had gotten a GED). He went on to get a PhD in mathematics and become an executive with an insurance company (another criminal organization). But he never gave up dealing drugs. He used to get extra money by helping unload boats and he always had connections for sales of quantity. He financed a vacation to Germany as a grad student by taking a single page of Michael Spivak's early publication of Differential Geometry (Volume 1) and having it coated in acid, which he sold in blotter pieces when he got to Germany. (The first edition of Spivak's book came loose and if you wanted it bound you had to punch holes in the pages and put it in a ringed binder.) After he retired he still had access to drugs to sell.

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