Thursday, May 21, 2015

DEA: "Plea of Chino Antrax Cripples Violent Arm of Sinaloa Cartel", View Plea Agreement

Lucio R Borderland Beat Material from Court Release DEA Website-additional plea info view J's Post

Plea Agreement:


DEA Press Release

Jose Rodrigo Arechiga-Gamboa, also known as “Chino Antrax,” pleaded guilty in federal court
today.  Chino Antrax admitted that as a high-level member of the Mexico-based Sinaloa Cartel he and his co-conspirators coordinated the transportation of tons of cocaine and marijuana into the United States and ordered or participated in cartel-related violence.

In his plea agreement, Arechiga-Gamboa admitted that the Sinaloa Cartel uses violence and threats to intimidate rival cartels, and that he himself was “a direct participant in, and communicated to other members of the Sinaloa Cartel, orders to commit acts of violence or threats of violence.”  The Sinaloa Cartel operates across multiple continents and countries, importing large quantities of narcotics into Mexico from Asia and Central and South American countries including Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela, Peru, Panama, Costa Rica, Honduras and Guatemala.


The Sinaloa Cartel moves drugs by land, air, and sea, including cargo aircraft, private aircraft, submarines and other submersible and semi-submersible vessels, container ships, supply vessels, go-fast boats, fishing vessels, buses, rail cars, tractor trailers, trucks, automobiles, and private and commercial interstate and foreign carriers.  Those narcotics are then smuggled across the international border to San Diego via automobiles, tractor trailers, trucks, fishing vessels and tunnels and stored at various stash houses, safe houses and warehouses in San Diego County. The narcotics are transported and distributed from there to locations throughout the United States.


“This plea today marks the end of a reign of terror that this particular violent enforcement arm of the Sinaloa Cartel has inflicted on innocent people both in Mexico and the United States,” says DEA San Diego Special Agent in Charge William R. Sherman.  “Jose Rodrigo Arechiga-Gamboa, aka: Chino Antrax was the head of this violent group under the powerful Sinaloa Cartel.  Once again, DEA commits to hunting down the remaining members of this weakening cartel and making sure the public is safe from any more drug related violence.”

Arechiga-Gamboa’s arrest and guilty plea come in spite of significant efforts by him to elude capture. 

Arechiga-Gamboa was arrested on December 30, 2013, at the Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam, Netherlands at the request of the United States.  Arechiga-Gamboa was taken into custody at the airport traveling under a fraudulent name, “Norberto Sicairos-Garcia,” as he deplaned a KLM flight from Mexico City, Mexico to Amsterdam.  The United States made formal requests for assistance from foreign authorities via a provisional arrest warrant and an Interpol Red Notice.

A Dutch Court considered the extradition request and, on May 28, 2014, ordered that Arechiga-Gamboa be extradited to the United States to stand trial on the narcotics trafficking offenses.  Arechiga-Gamboa was extradited to the United States on July 11, 2014 and arrived at San Diego International airport under heavy security.


The investigation and prosecution of Arechiga-Gamboa was conducted by agents with the Drug Enforcement Administration in San Diego, along with federal law enforcement from numerous other agencies. It was also conducted in close coordination with DEA agents in Chicago and the United States Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Illinois, along with Customs and Border Protection Office of Field Operations, Customs and Border Protection Office of Border Patrol, Internal Revenue Service, Department of Treasury, Office of Foreign Asset Control, Department of Justice, Office of International Affairs, and Interpol.

84 comments:

  1. Fuck I'm bummed did he rat

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    1. Me too, he owed me $20. You too?

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  2. He sings pretty good and now he can have his own norteño group. " El Panochudo Anthrax y sus Mayatitos Del Norte ".

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    1. Hahahahahahahah big props in that one. I didnt get it there for a minute..Lmfao

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    2. Good one bro aha

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  3. Man I remember a couple of years ago I saw him at plaza Mexico I didn't really know who he was at the time but just by the way he carried himself and the way he walked you knew he was something of a big shot. I guess you really never know who someone truly is, but life goes on.

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    1. I seen him there a couple times and at rodeo too

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    2. And now his name will be associated with the biggest snitches in the narco world. He has officially joined the ranks of the lowest rats. Welcome to the witness protection program Chino!!! You are going to love the simple life in Iowa in about 10-15 years.

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    3. what is wrong with snitches

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    4. They did bad things and then they decide to betray their old morals/friends and family and go against them all just to get let off. Most of them don't feel sorry for what they did or anything like that.

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    5. hey bro how did you saw him at plaza mexico was it it GDL? how you know it was him?

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    6. @10:24 no the one in Lynwood. I didn't know it was him at the time like I stated above but I remebered his face. I knew he was a drug dealer just by the way he dressed, he didn't dress all chunti and everything like most kids do these days but you can always tell when someone is in the game. I remember him clearly because he was with these two other guys and one really pretty tall girl with light skin and really black hair. One of the guys was chunky and he kept on laughing super loud, but he had that one laugh that makes you laugh so I kept on turning around. He was always smiling but he looked uncomfortable I never really forgot about that little group of people. I have always listened to his corridos but I never put a face to them until recently that he got captured and I saw the first pics of the famous Chino and I recognized his face from plaza Mexico

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    7. What the hell was he doing at an indoor swapmeet ?

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    8. He is a narc and is as normal as everybody that why many of you seen him everywhare ive seen met and known him.....

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  4. How do you get all these new pictures all of a sudden?

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  5. I think i found pictures of him after his face job
    https://instagram.com/p/zrU-6NjlIh/
    https://instagram.com/p/zrYwp-DlM2/
    there you go!

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  6. Chino got a good bargain he still young n we all know he has money hidden.

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  7. Que se tome Otra photo combo scarface ala mejor le ayuda

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  8. So the War On Drugs has now been won.
    Gvt can now close down all those police agencies that participated in the arrest.
    Hilarious!

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    1. That's funny how the tap their own shoulders.I bet by the time this moron got arrested someone else just took over the group and business as usual.

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  9. Chino & Zambada-Ortiz are two walking dead men. El Mayo may now get hit for his family and associates filled with rats. Rat fucks hopefully they do get whacked in prison God willing.

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    1. It'll happen. Mayo can't be trusted everyone under him is an informant even his flesh and blood are government informants. Same scenario, bad ass gangsters until they are caught. US prisons fear all of them especially when they mention Supermax, you walk in but exit 99.99% of the time in a box. Their fates are sealed.

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    2. These aren't your regular street corner drug dealers these are high level Dont get mixed in the general population. Well if your so mad about Mayos organization having rats In it go do something about it.

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    3. Man this is business as usual for the Snitcholoa. It's like it's understood if you get extradited to the US the narco rules don't apply. CDS has been snitching for a long time so no one will be hit whether it's Mayo or whoever else. Plus Mayo has too much political power for anyone to go after him. Whoever does hit Mayo will have to answer to EPN and the boys.

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    4. How did he snitch he just said everything that everyone already knows....u guys r stupid

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    5. For real though he ain't no snitch, he didn't mention no names just his role in the cartel. Y'all need to go to English class!

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    6. Yup that foo is a real street G! He didnt snitch his getting life in prison. Now mayos sons they snitch big time. One of them is getting 10yrs and the other one has vanished from the system??? Witness protection. Chino Antrax is a gangster from the stress he stayed with the G code

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    7. Yup that foo is a real street G! He didnt snitch his getting life in prison. Now mayos sons they snitch big time. One of them is getting 10yrs and the other one has vanished from the system??? Witness protection. Chino Antrax is a gangster from the stress he stayed with the G code

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  10. If anyone believes anything that comes out of the DEA's mouth then we have become an ignorant society. People that torture dogs get more jail time....

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  11. Anyone have more indictments on this Sinaloa cartel indictments that have yield 117 arrest?

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    1. I think I have it, anyway check my scribd page and scroll through the indictments. I use scribd to upload legal docs to post on BB

      https://www.scribd.com/chivism_5

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  12. Chino sucks!!!!! Of you question yourself if he ratted then you must not be paying attention.....

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  13. Anyone else find it funny before chino was caught you would NEVER see pictures of his face now all of a sudden theres pics of him

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  14. I work in the DEA years ago i can tell you this a show were they turn the selfs in to put the heat down then they are realese in so part of the world whit a new life and ready to wasted their millions ..it happen to italian ,russian memebers nothing new

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    1. @5:05 highly doubt you worked in the DEA. Your grammar blows.

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    2. Dingleberries Embarrassing America. What do u expect? Lol!!!!

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    3. No way you worked for the DEA, you need a college degree and you write like an 8 year old kid!

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    4. Usted si sabe gringo puro cerebro de sinaloense

      Att el michoacano

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    5. Solo que barriendo.

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    6. You don't have to have good spelling to be an informant...

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    7. Rat bastard

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    8. Tabajastes de janitor en las oficinas de la DEA o que pedo, porque escribes ingles como un mocoso de 10 años

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    9. LOL I like how everyone worked for the DEA

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    10. We don't know it, but we are all working for the dea, cia, nsa, atf... Obama is reading our every word, and american traitors keep betraying america...
      --Edward Snowden or his actions is being awarded a Pulitzer Prize on the US, nice to see, I hope he gets one presidential pardon, really, I mean it...

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    11. Awebo yo tambien trabaje pa la DEA nombre flashbacks de los pericazos que me echaba en el break room

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    12. DEA guy is right, just look at 9/11 fucking idiots, you live in America. We some bullies that punk on everyone and do what we want, y'all don't know shit you dumb babies

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  15. This plea today marks the end of a reign of terror that this particular violent enforcement arm of the Sinaloa Cartel has inflicted on innocent people both in Mexico and the United States,”

    In reality, Chinos reign ended when he was extradited to the US.

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  16. i dont read anywhere that he snitched on anyone, taking a deal is not snitching FYI

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    1. Some one enlighten me ??

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    2. In the US Fed system the prosecutor will not offer you a deal unless you give up something in return. It doesn't matter what it is as long as it favors the Feds. Typically the defendants in question gives up info on their bosses or info on trafficking routes unknown to the authorities. If Chino receives a sentence of less than 15 years my guess is he gave up everything he knows about the inner workings of the CDS. If he didn't give up any info (highly unlikely) he would probably get 50 years to life.

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    3. A bucket of chicken and a six pack of cokes they will give you!

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  17. Taking a deal is exactly snitching that's what the deal is all about u have to tell them who u worked for wat u did and all your secrets that's what's in the plea deal!

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  18. I highly doubt he snitched serafin took a plea already and hes all that mattered got the ok to take a plea so he did it thats my opinion

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    1. But where is he now?

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  19. I've always said the last people you'd ever want to work with in drug trafficking is the Mexican cartels because as soon as they get popped they start singing like little birds. People always claim that the reason these pukes talk is because the cops in Mexico are so brutal, but that's a load of bullshit, these chickenshit motherfuckers talk no matter who's got them, I'm sure this punk was not was in no danger of being beaten by those DEA shitheads but sang like a bitch didn't he. Warning to anyone working with these slugs, don't in less you want to be snitched on.

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  20. @11:11

    So seas pendejo. Taking a plea deal does not mean you snitch. I'm not saying he didn't. I took a plea deal back in 1998, all I plead guilty to was taking part in organize criminal activity, arranging and supervising the transportation of narcotics. Never did it mentioned for who or where, all it had was my confession of guilt and the agreement of my time to serve. I received 144 months. If I had gone to court the prosecutor told my attorney that if I was found guilty my they were going to ask the judge for the mandatory life sentence. With all the evidence stacked against me, my attorney recommended that we plea guilty. Prosecutors give you a lighter sentence if you don't make them work to prove your guilt and reveal their informats.

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    1. @ 8:09 Well then he got one of the best plea deals of all-time considering he admitted to being a killer for one of the most ruthless cartels in the world and also admitted to shipping ton level amounts of cocaine and marijuana into the USA.

      Just don't buy the USA government would give someone like Chino Antrax a deal like that if he didn't snitch. This isn't the Flores brothers who didn't like violence, this guy was a known killer.

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    2. I am not saying he didn't talk, but you act like they had murder charges on him which just isn't true. If this was his first offense in the United States then it is possible he could get a 15 year sentence with a plea, but I kinda remember hearing he was an American gang banger who went to Mexico on the run from American authorities. In which case 15 seems a little light. In most cases the DEA outs their informants by this point. If he doesn't end up testifying soon, I'd assume he kept his mouth shut.

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    3. 8:09- True. Some pleas are based on admission of guilt. No specifics necessary. Not all. but some.

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  21. For all you people who ain't even been in county jail or don't know shit about the system please nigga,since when taking a plea means you snitched? I mean are you serious? You watch too much tv homey,El Chino looks like a real mother fucker to me you feel me? He knew this day would come , to me he is only sayin: yeah bitch I did that gimme my time so I can serve it and that's that. Chino keep your head up man.
    From Chiraq.

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    1. He snitched trust me. Facing life at the ADMAX Florence Facility??? The hardest of the hardcore criminals will snitch instead of facing that place. Residing there is worse than the death penalty. Most of the info in his indictment is sealed which also tells me everybody caught in this operation including the Zambadas has snitched not just Chino. If he gets a sentence less than 15 years he definitely without a doubt gave up pertinent info to the US Feds.

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    2. What's the difference between a real motherfucker and a snitch? I will tell you. A real motherfucker is free as a bird with his guns and his drugs. A snitch is that same "real" motherfucker behind bars facing life in prison. Now you going to tell me he doesn't snitch in that situation? I bet 100% of all defendants facing the same situation would sing like Sammy "the bull" Gravano did. There is nothing anyone on this webpage can tell me to convince me otherwise. Every Mexican cartel boss who has ever been extradited to the US has snitched so why not Chino.

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    3. lol people these aren't your neighborhood corner dealers

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    4. Word!! But el Chino cracked foxy to the coppers.It turned up the heatso el chino went on da lam.Took a powder.

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    5. 8:33- So true. Its easy to say that you would never "snitch." However when faced with "life without" in Colorado or another federal supermax, attitudes tend to change and self preservation becomes the theme.

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  22. The funniest part of Chino career is when he killed F.R. Arellano-Felix disguised as a clown, ha,ha.

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    1. Misinformation serves a purpose.... Kill off the competition. - El Soldado Perdido

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    2. Un salud al Soldado Perdido.

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    3. Saludos compa. Aqui andamos cuidando el terreno. - El Soldado Perdido

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  23. I mean all I'm sayin' is Chino is smart and didn't have much choice,I think I remember the last article saying they even had sum wiretaping on him and witnesses and stuff so at the end of the day they (feds) were like yo if u don't take this you could get this you feel me? Is my opinion they already had so much on El Chino that there was nothing close to snitching and like I said b4 I don't think Chino is the kind of sicario that would do that.

    From Chiraq.....

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    1. The reality is that Chino is a nobody. He is just a hitman who had the ability to supervise drug loads. The US could give two shits about Chino. The Feds want the big fish and how else will they get the bigger fish without the cooperation of their subordinates. This operation is way bigger than Chino so you have ro look at the bigger picture and that is to dismantle the CDS hierarchy. Chino is just being used for a greater purpose. Just another piece to complete the puzzle.

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  24. tenia que ser de snitchaloa

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  25. Snitchalloense.... lol , cant believe people look up to these clowns.. I betcha hes recordin hes cd.. los panochones antrax jsjaja y su greatest hit( panoshia alterada y arremangada) featuring el kulomander jajaja saludosa todos

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  26. Now people will start saying chino switched instead of chapo snitched

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  27. Funny how all you phonys say snitchaloa
    When you want to be just like them hypocrite

    Oh and by the way el komander is weak
    Cds likes alegres rebeldes enigma cartel etc

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  28. Que berraco papa sin miedo este man a la carcel ni los gringos lo pueden doblegar a este parcero sinaloense tenia que ser todo un baron como popeye sicario de pablo escobar viva colombia i mexico

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  29. Is it snitching if the feds already know everything

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    1. The Feds use the snitch to confirm the information they already have and then the snitch makes a statement on the information. Depending on the situation the info will either strengthen the case on another defendant or secure an indictment for new defendants.

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  30. Did he rat lol. No my dumb friend. This may mean that the defendant will plead guilty to a less serious charge, or to one of several charges, in return for the dismissal of other charges; or it may mean that the defendant will plead guilty to the original criminal charge in return for a more lenient sentence

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  31. I'm sure there's probably more, but reading the article if that is really his plea, I mean c'mon...that's common knowledge that that's what the Sinaloa Cartel does. Unless he actually snitched on people (which he could be doing) I'd say that was a pretty good move taking that plea. Not all plea deals mean you're a snitch.

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  32. Prison anyways but just don't be a snitch in prison cause u will get dealt with ptb style houstone

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  33. Shit 10 to 15 its a pleasure and once he's out all u bitches will be on his nuts again

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