Friday, June 26, 2015

Baja California Decommission 80 Tonnes of Drugs in 3 months

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from a Zetatijuana article

[ Subject Matter: Drug Seizure, Sinaloa Cartel, Arellano Felix Organization
Recommendation: No prior subject knowledge required]



Reporter: Zeta Investigation

The 41.6 tonnes of Marijuana that was decommissioned in Tijuana this 12th of June, was denoted by Authorities as the property of Ismael "El Mayo" Zambada.

The drugs had been transferred to the frontier in various trips in sealed vehicles, and was not detected at the few checkpoints installed on Highways between Sinaloa and Tijuana, manned by Federal Police and elements of the Army.

In fact to transport the drugs, Baja California Authorities required five trucks. The first to arrive at the house in the Granjas Familiares de Tijuana Colonia, according to witnesses, were elements of the State Preventative Police.

An investigation after one detention, apparently from a citizen complaint, led elements of the PEP tto the location of the mega haul.





What they found was confiscated by the Army, and later put at the disposition of the PGR, there were packets of Marijuana marked with the names of the narco traffickers and criminal cells, to whom the drugs were to be delivered. In total there was to be 10 different customers, some known local criminals and others not identified in the investigation.

The main haul has been added to by drugs hidden among bananas, chicken boxes, clandestine wineries, trailers, abandoned vehicles, as well as ultralight aircraft, the Military Zone 2 has informed that it had secured up to almost 80 tonnes of Marijuana.

At the time of press, they have destroyed more than ten plantations of drugs between Sonora and Baja California during the months of April to June of 2015, according to information from Zone 2 commander General Moises Garcia Ocha

During the period signalled, they have confiscated more than 300 kilos of Crystal Meth, 500 kilos of Cocaine, and marine products in danger like pink prawns, and in danger of extinction like Caguama, worth millions of pesos and dollars.

The 41.6 tonnes of marijuana confiscated on 12th of June, was shipped in recently, the packets carried different symbols, some of animated figures, these stamps were on 5271 bundles, presumably they had different destinations, affirmed the Commander of the Second Military Zone, Gabriel Garcia Rincon.

In the PGR, the investigation and underway, but the person in charge of the marijuana who was in possession of 54 bundles of the herb, was consigned by a Judge of the Second District. She testified that she received 2000 pesos per week. Her and her sons with whom she lives, were put at the disposition of the DIF.

Garcia Rincon signalled that according to the investigations of the PGR, one can suppose that the drugs were carried to the city of Tijuana from Sinaloa.

At this time, authorities have not discovered which mode of transport was used to transit the drugs, or how much time it took for the 5000+ bundles to arrive at a domicile in the Granjas Familiares Colonia.

"Depending on the mode of transport that they utilized, for example, a plane with an average load of 500 kilos, would need 40 trips to transport 20 tonnes. So with the investigations carried out so far and in the future, we intend to find out how it was transported, and from where, the best bet is by sea", said the Commander.

During the presentation the official of the 28th Infantry Battalion, Garcia Rincon, detailed that the Sinaloa Cartel and Cartel Arellano Felix are the likely suspects as they both have a major presence in the State.

This capture is the biggest since 2014 and so far this year. The past year finished with a total of 97 tonnes of marijuana destroyed, 390 kilos of Cocaine and 4 narco tunnels, meanwhile this year already 80 tonnes of marijuana, 509 kilos of Cocaine and 5 narco tunnels.

Recent Drug Captures

18th of June, San Quintin, 220 kilos of marijuana

17th of June, Ensenada, 400 kilos of marijuana, Puerto Penasco, 14 tonnes of marijuana

16th of June, Sonoyta, 3.5 tonnes of marijuana.

8th of June, Tijuana, 1 tonne of marijuana

25th of April, Mexicali and Sonora, 9.8 tonnes of marijuana



18th of April, Ensenada, 0.75 tonnes of marijuana, 300 kilos of crystal meth

17th of April, Puerto Fronterizo Nogales, 8 tonnes of marijuana

16th of April, San Vincente, 400 kilos of marijuana

14th of April, Ensenada, 500 kilos of marijuana

Original article in Spanish at Zetatiuana

36 comments:

  1. Resign!!
    The War on Drugs is a Failure!
    Yall collecting your big paychecks and failing!
    Hilarious!

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  2. Someone should just go for the world record smoking the biggest spliff ever rolled. Shame to waste all that bud. Just Saying. Anyone else feeling this one?

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    1. Hell yeah big smoke out party would be dope

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    2. I'm down for that one they should donate it ta medical card holders

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    3. Havana you still doing them spliffs? Nice to see...anonima...

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  3. This government is doing its job very good !

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  4. Mexico can keep mayo's bammer weed, we don't smoke that shit in the SFC.

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    1. One massive joint. About 200ft long.

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  5. Does the increase in 'capture' indicate that law enforcement is more efficient OR does it indicate that the supply as increased?

    Judging by the current state of the marketplace (drugs are more plentiful, cheaper and stronger than ever before) it seems as if supply has increased.

    This is not surprising, because when looking back the last 50 years we see that the general tend has been a constant increase in 'capture' which invariably has been the symptom of an increase in supply.

    Hence, the measure 'capture' is a hoax since the WORSE the situation is (i.e. the more drugs there is in the marketplace) the BETTTER the authorities portray themselves by displaying the quantities 'captured'.

    In my book: any authority/cops/agency which boosts about 'captures' is full of shit knows very well that only be encouraging the supply to increase they themselves will look good.

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    1. It's a partnership - PRI party, cartel, US Government and US defense contractors. More confiscated weed in Mexico yields more US Merida type funding which yields more US defense contractor business and mordida for EPN and PRI. The "confiscated" mota is packaged sticks, stems, leaves while the marketable marihuana is flowing like el rio bravo into US from TJ to NL.

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    2. Very good point.

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  6. All that means is grandpa mayo has lost the plaza t tijuana/cjng

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    1. Your smoking something stronger than weed! Mayo and government own every border plaza that is of value for moving massive weight. These were probably given up to satisfy American government b/c the main harvests in la sierra hasn't even started yet where the quality is much better.

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    2. 10:49 you are very wrong my friend lol. gotta pay the AFO that montly fee or your product gets confiscated. simple fact.

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    3. Your right about the government running shit but your wrong about granpa, hes on the mountains scared to get capturef like osama

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    4. AF who?? AF nothing. CDS runs TJ and has for a long while. It just looks disputed b/c they got so many cells of tweaking wanna-be neighborhood plaza head but CDS supplies the expendable tweaking gangs.

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    5. El papa de los pollitos, Jorge hank rohn has more than "afo" to do his bidding, atracomulco partner fo' life epn, now ruling from el cartel de las Lomas.family is IN and sonora state owner manlio fabio beltrones "la fabis" is IN...Arizona republican mafia chief sheriff arpaio IS IN, who needs "afo" anywhere?

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  7. That mota is a joke no one wants that junk anymore. California has better outdoor and you can get reasonable prices -loose product no toda prensada.

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    1. I love how freedom of speech applies to this article. Sounds like your a smoker and a follower of B.B . . . From you experience on reading articles and listening to coridos, I have a question what is the % of smokers in the United States Of America compare to production of medical and gorilla weed do you think you could cover the demand. It's just a thought. . .

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    2. Like last seasons shoes & shirts from Macy's, the old needs to be pushed north to make room in the south to dry & pack that which still has roots.

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    3. Actually some states legalized it and theres too many people growing their own weed so it's not worth it

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    4. Medical marijuana is legal in 23 states. What about the other 27? Think about it. That weed isn't staying in California. "Junk" or not, there is still a demand for it.

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    5. The US government just wants to "hear" of some "results", no matter how strong the bullshit smell, to justify to its taxpayers the expenses incurred on the "War on Drugs"...
      --it helps mexican governing narco-mierdocracia save assface full of popó to report some accomplishments, everybody goes on living their productive lawful lives...

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    6. Can high grade shatter get made from low thc plants if you use more of them? Or does the quality of the shatter depend on the plant feedstock. Wondering how long before the cartels just start shipping shatter over instead of plant material. Only problem is the heat melting it. Still one brick could be condensed down to finger sized chunk of shatter which has to be easier to sneak across than a brick right?

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    7. Shipping shatter - would be nice to see some of that atm instead of all the same old hydro buds. js.

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  8. 10:36 - jaja...very well said! Many of the "experts" that post obviously don't leave their couch and bong. I wonder what percent of these know it all gringos have even been to Mexico!

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  9. We ought to just send all the tweakers to the border and save them and the cartels a trip into the rest of the u.s! They could geek till they popped lol!

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  10. All it means is that bigger loads are being crossed else where. All those loads were decoys, you bunch of suckers! Hahahaha

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    1. That's an awful big load to lose for a decoy.Maybe a decoy would be some gringo taking across 10 or 20 lbs. and the rest of the big loads crosses undetected because border control is too busy with this mule and the dogs alongside out of the picture.

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  11. hommies of Mexican Mafia dont havedrugs to move on laredo omg

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  12. I work for large private military contractor and just returned from an operation "south of the border" After working with elements of the mexican army & marines I can say I would trust the mexican marines with my life!
    The army elements could not be "vetted" I think alot are rouge.

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    1. 10:10 And who is that private military contractor? If you are not just a faking liar...
      --Private military contractors have no ethics problems, just money problems, like judas...

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  13. To the dumbass still complaining about the translation. I suggest you leave BB and get your info elsewhere. You do not realize I know when comments are coming from the same source. If not for Otis at this time there would be no posts.

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  14. and to otis:

    Thanks partner for your dedication and hard work.

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    1. We can not be depending only on one super star, there are on the forum a lot of volunteers with the right attitude, I just saw choco bitching around with some tinman and computer ja, who certainly may belong to el club de los mil mascaras transvesties --I get tempted to subscribe to the forum sometimes because there are so many ass hats there...
      Thanks to otis for his professionalism and staying put, do not be 'ffraid of the willis of the world, e pluribus phak 'em...

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  15. Looks to me like that is a warehouse they've found. One of many, I'm sure.

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