Wednesday, August 19, 2015

2 Sinaloa Cartel members arrested in Colombia

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

[ Subject Matter: Sinaloa Cartel, Colombia
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required]


Reporter: AFP
Bogota: Two Mexican citizens, alleged members of the Sinaloa Cartel and who are wanted by United States Authorities, were captured in the city of Cartagena, Colombia, confirmed the Migratory Authorities of this country.

The two foreigners, with interpol alerts are identified as Osvaldo Contreras Arriaga "El Gober" and Omar Ayon Diaz "El Ahijado", there is an arrest warrant for the crimes of money laundering and organisation, and being members of organized crime, confirmed Colombian Migration in a communication.

Contreras Arriaga was detained at customs at Rafael Nunez International Airport, Cartagena, on the Caribbean coast of Colombia, where he intended to enter the country with the intent to travel to Panama.

Ayon Diaz had been in Colombia a few days, he was found in a hotel on the outskirts of the City.

The Mexicans are wanted by the South District Court of California, said the Colombian Police.

Colombia is the principal producer in the world of Cocaine, and for refining it. According to recent information from the United Nations, the country produced more than 442 tons of the drug in 2014, 52% more than the year before.

Original article in Spanish at Milenio 

37 comments:

  1. Junkies need their crack, Escobar's men keep getting rich.

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    1. Escobar's men did not inherit the business or the money, pablo escobar's former partners and rivals got it all, some of them were american turncoats, jealous of pablo's wealth and power and mad at him for being selfish and not sharing more and more often, and others have become Señor Presidente de colombia...or the US...
      --I am only grateful for Las Aguilas del Norte, de Colombia: "Una Cruz de Marihuana" youtube...but I don't even smoke

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  2. These warrants were issued because the DEA handlers want their snitches back home. How is the DEA going to get evidence on other cartels if their informants are running amuck all over the world. Your masters need to put you guys on a leash little puppets.

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    1. Yup Look like osiel cardes guillen has no more info for the dea

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    2. Where is the 'it's all the fault of the US ' hysterics?Mexicans looking for drugs in a foreign country,to smuggle those drugs into another foreign country?
      Point being,its a problem of criminality practised by gringo,Mexican,Chinese etc,and it can affect us all.Blaming one country is redundant and moronic in the extreme?

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    3. How do you think Osiel got locked up in the first place? Courtesy of Cartel De Snitches that's who. If I was getting my ass handed to me like Chapo's boys were against the Golfos/Zetas I would have snitched Osiel out also.

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    4. The criminality of inventing crack to bring drug addiction to the poor was a new low, never punished, and with the drug trafficking also practiced ed by the CIA, all covered up by MSM and presidential pardoned....
      --Do not bring your shit about egalitarian gringo mexican black and others "fault" that the US is sunk in drug addiction thanks to its own US government's "rogue agents" and government officials...
      --The US also pays for starter drug kits by paying for prescriptions from medicare funds to help poor US big pharma make some billions, selling kids their crap, by law passed by republican presidents and congress...

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    5. 9:09 and you going to say cartel the sinaloa force osiel cardenas to become informant snitch of the dea lol

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    6. All chapo had to do is call the DEA hotline 800-imgonnatell ext.701

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    7. Lmao 2:57!!! Ain't that the truth!!

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    8. 1:17 PM: Crack wasn't "invented.." Crack brought itself to the party, by mistake. True story. Cocaine that went bad during processing in a jungle lab owned by Rodriguez Gacha in the '80's is how crack came to be, actually. Instead of throwing out the batch, he sold it. For more details, you can check out "I Am The Market" as told by an Italian sistemista working for the Colombian cartels at the time. The book's on Amazon.com.
      K-K

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    9. Well mister K, it sounds suspicious that crack invention was an accidental discovery by colombians...
      --To me it sounds double suspicious because in the era, reaganautas approved increases to welfare payments, but if you were suspected of being drug free, you got no help from welfare offices, irregardless of who was in government...
      That helped move money from the taxpayers treasury into the hands of war for profit "warmongering chickenhawks" engaged in drug trafficking since before the vietnam war and after the afghanistan-iraq fiascos...

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  3. Looks as if El Chapo was represented in Bogota, preparing to buy a huge shipment of.....coffee beans. Nah, cocaine.

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    1. Looks like there are FOUR PERPS THERE!
      they sure got some funny prisoner jackets in Culombia...

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    2. They don't have prison uniforns in Colombia.

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    3. That make us confuse the whole colombian population with mexican drug traffickers

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  4. GMO ENHANCED E COCA COCA?
    it is like the cocaine gets refined and wholesold to the world from colombia, UT produced in. Bolivia and peru mainly, that is why no fields can ever be found in colombia, but they try hard, so they do not have resources to locate processing plants, property of the colombia government officers who stole pablo escobar business...
    --the war on drugs keeps getting lost because all the money goes to pensions, retirement investments and bank accounts of the war against drugs profiteers that know it all including doing their own drug trafficking...

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  5. If they caught these 2 cats in Colombia, maybe Chapo boy is out there??

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    1. There were some press articles in Mexico hinting that he is in Colombia, I doubt it, he will be in the Sinaloa mountains, where his ring of protection is, like Mayo if he stays there, he is pretty much untouchable. Problem is El Chapo likes to go on excursions, and its when he does this he is in danger of getting caught.

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    2. Only safe place for chapo would be in la Sierra with mayo other than that he's risking getting caught again

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    3. Doubt he'd go to Colombia at this point, Chapo would be more secure squirrelled away in the mountains, but, like Otis B-FW points out, the man likes to get out and about, too. Chapo is mysterious, his wealth and daring facinate many of us despite the fact we know he is a death merchant--guns, coke, smack and meth kill. There are so many reasons why Ell Mayo and Don't Rafael Caro Q. are respected by Mexico's everyday people. Guzman Loera, though truly feared, is also greatly admired. At age 70, Zambada's never been arrested and is practically a hermit; Caro Quintero's narco glory days drew short thanks to DEA's sacrificing him to Iran Contra. Today, thankfully, he's free from behind bars at age 62 and "in the wind," as they say. Escobar's dead, so is Amado Carillo & Colombia's El Mexicano; Leder & the Cali brothers and El Loco Fabito Ochoa are in prison-- a drug king's run is typically 20 years, give or take. Chapo has been playing large inbthe biz more than 40 years; which means he's no ordinary drug lord come 2015.The first time he whistled his way out of prison, Chapo, also got out of coke--officially--and, went into the meth business. Officially. Meth use and sales across the globe tore up more of society's fabric already in tatters from cocaine, poverty and drug war profiteering. Chapo should have out lived his usefulness to the likes of CIA by now. But, he hasn't because, Guzman is an arms' dealer, meth is the currency that pays for the weapons he sells. It's the Iran Contras' sales technique Chapo himseld helped pioneer in the 1980's. "Shorty" is a power force that won't be neutered anytime soon. LEGALIZE!!

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    4. The guadalajara cartel that kidnapped, tortured and murdered kiki camarena a DEA agent and his mexican pilot alfredo zavala avelar, was working with mexican DFS and they were all owned by the CIA, the agency was used by rogue government agents for drug trafficking into the US and all kind and manner of dirty deals all over the world, black market oil deals, weapons trafficking, money laundering and absconding the profits, getting impunity because of presidential pardons to round the deal, and living to steal the presidency two more times and do the bidding of amerikkkan chickenhawk warmongers and draft dodgers...after they invented 9/11.

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  6. When i visited colombia 2 years ago cops were messing whit me cause im from mazatlan sinaloa , the colombians think that every body from there works for el chapo lol plus my dad looks like joaquin guzman jajaja -El jimmy de mazatlan-

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    1. Yeah and when I flew a private 4 seater plane to Mexico, Canadian customs were all over it on return after Mexico was mentioned,checking inside the gas tanks in the wings,etc.Funny US customs just sent us along our merry way.

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    2. 11:30 AM: Colombia's national motto is, "Joder es un placer. El que no jode esta jodido. " They messed with u cuz they're Colombianos not because you're Mexican! VIVA MEXICO!
      K-K

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    3. You didn't get searched in the US because you didn't fit the stereotypical profile of a drug trafficker Canadiana. When I traveled to Manitoba I got held at the border for almost 3 hours just because I was a man of color from Texas driving a brand new SUV. In all honesty if I did have drugs or firearms those Canadian Customs Officers would have never found them. Their searching technique was very outdated and basic.

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  7. Wow two dudes working for Chapo got caught in Columbia! Police really did a number on the CDS right? Fuckin joke

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  8. Interesting development, whether any of it relates to Chapo is anybody's guess.
    Cartagena is pretty cool, curious the men were busted there. The city's narco lore dates back to the days when DEA didn't exist. This article quotes UN stats that aren't exactly current. BB followers know Peru is today's #1 in cocaine production; Bolivia #2; Colombia's #3 in the pecking order.

    Money laundering issues have gone largely unaddressed by US legislatures ever since Bush # l grabbed the Whitehouse. Charges of $ laundering fall to the category of "Last Resort" from a law enforcement perspective, but the "belonging to a criminal organization" bit is serious stuff; conviction & sentencing practically a guarantee even if these two decide to get "chatty," with officialdom.

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    1. Money laundering is a criminal act from a criminal organization, you can not be partially hypocrite or half pregnant, just because you paid judas...

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    2. There's money laundering, and, then, there's..money laundering, compa! US and Canadian money laundering laws have no teeth. In Canada's Province of Ontario mortgage lenders are allowed to lend without ever having to reveal the source of the money they lend out at killer percentages. Real estate and legit banks wash incalculable amounts of dirty money across the planet. Entire economies would tank without "sanitized" $ which translates into laundered $ being a huge part of all of our lives--whether, one's hip to it, or not. As crimes go, being convicted on money laundering carries lenient sentences in N. America.

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    3. O yes they do have teeth,Canadian money laundering laws.4 years ago I bought a revenue property and my down payment came from 3 sources.1 was my income tax return and I had to submit every page ,other part was from paycheque and they wanted 3 months of bank statements and last part was cashing in an RRSP but had to prove where it all came from[no cash] and it was only $5,000 in total.My mortgage broker said it was government money laundering laws.

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    4. Wall Street Journal, Aug. 6, 2015 7:40 p.m. ET)
      Canada’s top banking regulator has found that money-laundering controls at the country’s banks failed according to an OSFI document.. The document was heavily redacted to exclude the names of the banks; dates and specifics about those instances, weren’t included. It also isn’t clear if any of the banks ever faced penalties. In 2013, the U.S. State Department named Canada and the U.S. as countries of “primary concern” when it comes to money laundering, highlighting currency transactions at financial institutions involving large sums of money from international narcotics trafficking as being problematic... Canada’s Department of Finance last month rated the vulnerabilities of deposit-taking institutions as “high to very high”..  Canada’s biggest bank, Royal Bank of Canada, moved to close down its Latin American and Caribbean wealth-management operation late last year. The bank made that decision, the Wall Street Journal reported, after a string of investigations in different countries and a 2013 warning from a U.S. regulator that RBC’s anti-money-laundering controls were unsatisfactory..
      Ottawa has proposed amendments include tougher due-diligence requirements for customers who are so-called politically exposed persons..

      (In the banking industry, a politically exposed person is a term that is generally used to describe someone who has held a public role such as in government. Although the term usually applies to current and former politicians and their relatives, it may also apply to people who head international organizations).




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    5. 5 000.00 Candia pesos, dollars or sterling pounds?
      We have read here about billionaire caadian narcs and mafiosos, and that is not counting that by the time Joe bananas went to save canada corruption was there Big time already...
      --Looks like canadian law enforcement is too busy pestering the innocent to be effective against real crime and criminals...

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    6. The sacrosanct banks are only bothered when some bigger bank wants their money, their customers, and to take them out of business, like the lebanese/canadian bank...

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  9. These two con caras de bobos don't look like anything more than couriers, and are really too young to have much real power.. Move Along Folks, Nuthin' Happening Here!!

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    1. Sooooooo how does a heavy weight narco look like?? Hugo boss shirt..Armani pants..D&G glasses..Gucci Shoes n Polo underwear..ohhhh and a gold Diamond encrusted Super 38 ??? Please do tell...

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    2. Mini Lic is in his 20's..Chino Antrax tambien...Chapo Isidro another 20 sum..So young lookin dudes aint got power cause theyre young?? K pendejadas dices compa .

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