Thursday, August 20, 2015

Real Estate, Hotels and Plazas, the businesses of "Los Cuinis"

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

[ Subject matter: Los Cuinis
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required]


Reporter: Ines Garcia Ramos and Cortesia
The criminal organization " Los Cuinis", one of the most violent and dangerous cartels in Mexico, according to the United States, counting no less than 15 businesses in Jalisco and Quintana Roo, who lend their services to the organization led by Abigael Gonzalez Valencia.

On the 19th of August 2015, the Treasury Department of the United States said that these companies and 6 collaborators of the Cartel, were added to the list of narco traffickers specially designated for blocking of any transactions in the American Union.

The Cartel, with its operations based in Jalisco, already had been signalled by the United States Government for financial blocking.



Among the businesses of "Los Cuinis", appears the Unknown Hotel, a hotel and spa located in Tomatlan, as well as the Real Estate company "Ahome Real Estate" in Guadalajara, Jalisco and "Bric Real Estate" in Zapopan, Jalisco.

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Meanwhile in the commercial centre, appears the Tula Plaza in Zapopan, Jalisco and the Zaman Ha Centre in Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo.

As well as Abigael Gonzalez Valencia "El Cuini", who is identified as a financial operator for the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion and the brother in law of Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes "El Mencho", the Government of the United States identify the following:

Jennifer Beaney Camacho Cazares
Diana Maria Sanchez Carlon
Maria Elena Marquez Gallegos
Wendy Dalaithy Amaral Arevalo
Fernando Torres Gonzalez

"El Cuini" can be found in CEFERESO no.1 "Altiplano" since his arrest on the 28th of February 2015 in an operation carried out by the Marines in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, "El Mencho" continues at large.

Some have been accused by the Federal Prosecutor of Columbia in the United States for the crimes of drug trafficking, for which the Court of this district, solicited an apprehension order with end of extradition, of which to date has not been executed because the narco trafficker promoted an amparo against extradition.

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According to John E Smith, Director of Actions for the Treasury Department for the control of active foreigners, this designation, "marks the first step in dismantling this significant network of businesses. These businesses and individuals cannot continue operating under the veil of "legitimacy".

The application of this sanction, implicated which ever business or persons under the jurisdiction of the United States, stay frozen and prevent which ever citizen tries to carry out transactions with them.

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The financial penalties for who ever violates these sanctions in the United States, is up to $10,000,000.00 and up to ten years in prison. At the press conference, information was given that informed that this operation was carried out with the participation of the Los Angeles division of the DEA.

Original article in Spanish at Zetatijuana

35 comments:

  1. VAN A ZEGUIR OPERANDO AZY KOMO AZTA AHORA ,MIENTRAZ EZTEN EN MX ,Y ARREMANGANDO BILLETEZ ALO MENDIGO ,LOZ ZANCIONE KIEN LOZ ZANCIONE

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    1. no zon zetas jajajaja.

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    2. son matazetas wey

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  2. El Mencho y Caro siguen trabajando juntos????

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  3. If los cuinis cjng are mexican drug lords and traffic to europe, avoiding the US, WHY IS IT ANY BUSINESS OF THE US TO INVESTIGATE LOS CUINIS A D DEA D EXTRADITION?
    --the US just want to get the cuinis business, and to punish them for not sharing...
    --the US has bigger billionaire drug traffickers and money launderers, knows them, and has no problem with them, other than enabling their dirty enterprises for a little share and a little fine once in a while to cover their ass and keep up appearances...

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    1. American union? Only conspiracy theorists speak that term jajaja

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    2. THAT IS EXACTLY WHAT IT IS, U.S. FOLLOWED THE RAINBOW AND FOUND THE LEPREACHON. If U.S could go to other countries besides latin America and snatch people up, they would. Japan,China, Russia, Spain, ext....ext.. has drug lords but U.S is not allowed to mess with them eccept afghanistan now that they claim terrorist came from there but it was the number one destributer for heroin to the U.S before they invaded it

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    3. Its a global economy now. Its all intertwined in some way. Other then that your right on. If they came down on all the banks etc.. ( cause they know where the money comes from ) whole economies would collapse. Little fines here and there and they let em play.

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    4. The biggest criminals are those wearing suits and carrying badges. They are the ones quietly turning this country into a police state like the Nazi Empire, the Soviet Union, North Korea and middle eastern countries that they want us to fear.

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    5. The Sinaloa Federation is the favored cartel. So long as they keep kicking info to the MX government the MX kicks the Info to the USA. Only thing the Federation is food for.

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    6. I get your point and agree. I also suspect that anyone pushing any weight in Mexico would send a bit of it to the U.S.A. I would like U.S. law to seize their assets and make meaningful arrests (regardless of their ranking) and use the assets to promote further arrests. I also want to be tall and handsome! JaJaJa.

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    7. Very well said

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    8. Don't listen to these idiots saying Europe is full of meth..Specially Millie and his hate for everyone.He must have read it online?

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    9. 'the US just want to get the cuinis business, and to punish them for not sharing' That is just about the biggest load of bullshit published on here,and that's sayin something cause you post a lot of bullshit.Where did you get your outlook from,you make judgements on a whole country?Is that intelligent?

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    10. The U.S. has laws that basically say, if you run crime-linked money through our banks we can go after you anywhere in the world, no matter where in the world you are, what country you're a citizen of, where you committed your crime or against whom it was committed. And, of course, who is going to say no to that.

      Oh. Yeah. (Bye, bye, Chapo! :D )

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    11. Bloomberg) -- Money laundering by large international banks has reached epidemic proportions, and U.S. authorities are supposedly looking into Citigroup Inc. and JPMorgan Chase & Co. .. But international criminals and terrorists needn’t worry. This is window dressing: Complicit bankers have nothing to fear from the U.S. justice system. .. There may be fines, but the largest financial companies are unlikely to face criminal actions or meaningful sanctions. The Department of Justice has decided that these banks are too big to prosecute to the full extent of the law, though why this also gets employees and executives off the hook remains a mystery. And the Federal Reserve refuses to rescind bank licenses, undermining the credibility, legitimacy and stability of the financial system.

      To see this perverse incentive program in action, consider the recent case of a big money-laundering bank that violated a deferred prosecution agreement with the Justice Department, openly broke U.S. securities law and stuck its finger in the eye of the Fed. This is what John Peace, the chairman of Standard Chartered Plc, and his colleagues managed to get away with March 5. The meaningful consequences for him or his company are precisely zero... Cont'd at:
      http://www.bloombergview.com/articles/2013-03-31/money-laundering-banks-still-get-a-pass-from-u-s-

      K-K

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    12. Please note, afghanistan had almost no opiates trafficking thanks to the taliban, unail the US occupied the country to chase Osama Bin Laden, since the occupation, afghanistan multiplied opiates production hundreds of times, you can google reports from UN and other knowledgeable people, they also say that farmers do not make 2% of the profits generated from the drug trafficking trades...
      --in coahuila, police finds about 300 slaves on a farm, kept prisoner, ill fed and overworked, they got released by the coahuila police who really, really do work...but they did not get paid, that for sure (in the news this morning)...

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    13. 4:20 please note. you are misinformed if you say that afghanistan had almost no opiates growing before the U.S. invasion. Afghanistan considers the poppy a wholly crop, and you are right about that the "wholly crop" is grown more recently but it's because more people are using it. real spit

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  4. 5:54 because they are nosey they always stick there nose in everyone's business welcome to America

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  5. I love America and Mexico. Sometimes we use Pedro to get to Pablos stash while decriminalizing the enterprise that kick started this whole mess. Theres bigger plans rest assure.. Why else would suit after suit continue enabling the curruption. Names will change, pawns will kill one another over it....while a few continue to get wealthier. NAFTA knows its wayward collaborators well so sit back and enjoy the show because its far from over. -_-Google Translater

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    1. Beautifully said , Google Translator. A cynic might say NAFTA is custom made for its wayward collaborators, tailored to acetone futures that well suit a North American Union's ill conceived agenda. Too bad all these people didn't use their brain power to make $ to help construct a better and sustainable future for Mexico.Idiots!!
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    2. Ka-ka, it is not a matter of better or bigger brains, it is a matter of corruption, who benefits from the corruption, who invests in the corruption, how corruption gets paid, and most of all, who supplies weapons, complicity and impunity to the forces of corruption...
      --the problem then is how do you get to the promised land, or the end zone, without dropping the ball or losing your ass, not of applied brain power to defeat nafta or TPP or any other agreements that the rich have cooked for their own benefit...
      --that includes paying worldly philosophers to propose that whatever problems the poor and the broke asses have are because they are dumb or stupid or lazy or they did not study, or they had too many babies, many times illegal, "or both"...
      --how much do you get paid to influence the poor to make them take their part of the blame game, KA KA?

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  6. What's smart about Cuini and his people is they never fought the us drug routes , they always sent they drugs to Asia, Europe and africa

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    1. That's because they have some of the busyiest ports in Mexico so shipping out to other country's is easy for them just like it's easy goes the Mongols to receive shipments at the San Pedro port from cds US IS JUST STICKING THEIR NOSE WHERE THEY ARNT SUPPOSE TO SORRY FOR CAPS LOL

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    2. Los Reyes del cristal(crystal-meth kings) los cuinis.they never fought for drug routes huh. how are antsy zombie addicts in the u.s gonna get there fix then.you have your facts backwards and your head up your butt.asia Africa Europe are where they get their main ingredient to make mass quantaties for their cake mix.extracting ephadrine and phsouphadrine from cough pills to keep up with the supply and demand for the u.s.a would take forever.suicide rates would go up in the u.s.good luck receiving shipments at san Pedro port and sending a dirty ass Mongol to pick it up.san Pedro port is infested with homeland security both of you go to sleep.

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    3. The cuinis are not the only meth traffickers, have never been, never will be, they only had a business all for themselves, only for a while...
      --Liberal and humane drug trafficking laws helped by comprehension and understanding for addicts, and paid for by drug traffickers, led us to European Union, broken economies, countries in debt, and bankrupt, engaged in wars for profit in the Arab lands, on the USSR and all over Latin America, and to illegal immigration that the wise ass "liberators of the world, for profit" never expected...

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  7. Know alls talking about Europe and they know shit about it..
    I'm sure Otis-B could vouch that Europe is not flooded with meth,ice no matter what fools with agendas say..

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    1. Wrong! Meth is All Over Europe and Scandinavia.. P S. I know Europe..

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  8. So, why is the US bitching about the cuinis?
    --If it is about the "global economy" let's make drug trafficking prosecution GLOBAL...
    --someone will put the poor banks money to good use, and it is not like we are going to run out of capable "executives" who do not resort to money laundering and dirty economics tricks...

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  9. America and Mexico? Duh!

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  10. The family owns Xaman- ha luxury condos in playa del carmen,

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  11. Great discussions people, keep it going

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  12. PURO. PINCHE SUR CENTRAL MEXICO....JALISCO MICHOACAN GUERRERO

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  13. It must be able to collect information into a database and allow you to manipulate it any way you want, such as Charisma Condos sending email, importing and exporting data and so on.

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