Friday, August 21, 2015

SoCal Soccer Mom sentenced in Sinaloa Cartel money laundering operation

Lucio R. Borderland Beat  from: LaOpinion,  'La Voz de Houston', Dallas Morning News

To those who knew her, Bambi Adams was a cheery and energetic PTA mom who raised her children by herself and went to their various school events.

Adams didn’t work, but some people who knew her didn’t ask where the money was coming from to support her.

Adams, it turns out, is married to a Mexican drug dealer who distributes methamphetamine to the Dallas area among other places in the U.S. She was sentenced on Monday to 9 years in federal prison in Fort Worth for a money laundering conspiracy.

Adams pleaded guilty to the charge in April.

Members of the drug conspiracy, including some in North Texas, deposited his illegal drug proceeds into various accounts Adams set up in the U.S. since 2009, federal authorities said. It has totaled about $10,000 per month in cash, authorities said.

Adams had been living in California, east of Los Angeles, with her five kids where she cooked meals for them and raised money for her son’s high school football team. Her son tearfully told U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor that Adams drove to his school each day to bring him freshly-made lunches.

Her husband is Ramon Gonzalez, a large-scale methamphetamine dealer in Mexico who authorities say is a major player in the Sinaloa Cartel. He is a U.S. citizen who is still wanted.

“Gonzalez directs others to deposit money (drug proceeds) into his wife’s bank account that she in turn spends on any number of things, such as paying the mortgage on their Hacienda Heights home and purchasing vehicles,” court records said.

Prosecutors said Adams knew the source of the money, which was her only source of income, and traveled to Mexico 13 times during the past two years to visit her husband.

She was arrested in February at her Hacienda Heights house.

Her husband Ramon Gonzalez, came under the government’s radar after an investigation into methamphetamine trafficking in Texas in 2012.
Fragoso


Rodeo Nightclub Pico Rivera SoCal, and ‘Don Ramon’
A February report said that Gonzalez was using a nightclub to launder some of the meth proceeds. Around that time Adam’s L.A.-area home was raided and she was accused of setting up accounts to help launder the money.  Court documents showed that Adams was receiving around $10,000  month in cash from her husband who was living in Mexico. All the while she was taking care of her kids and was active in her school PTA.

Edgar Fragoso, owner of El Rodeo Nightclub,  allegedly told a DEA informant that the  Night Club was used for  narco money laundering,  serving  Ramón González "Don Ramon".

The DEA says Ramon Gonzalez is a major producer and distributor of methamphetamine who traffics across the borders of Texas and California, and has warrants  in Chicago and Dallas.

According to the criminal complaint, Fragoso also boasted of having friendly relations with some family members of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman Loera and Rafael Caro Quintero.

Ramón González, 43 years old, is a man born in Southern California who has had residences in Huntington Park, Hacienda Heights, Whittier, Ontario and Monterey Park.

According to the transcripts, Gonzalez and Fragoso are ‘compadres’  working together on money laundering at least since 2009.

The Rodeo nightclub has a long history of violence, with EME, (Mexican Mafia) being in charge of protection for the owner and the club. Aside from being used for laundering, drugs was a lucrative business at the club, as well as prostitution and other criminality

After the  case was brought forth by the informant, The DEA  placed Fragoso under surveillance, and recorded all of his cell phone conversations and text messages.

It was a BlackBerry phone that Fragoso used for sending messages, it was registered to Javier Pineda, identified by federal authorities as an immigration attorney based in Santa Ana, California.

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112 comments:

  1. Arriba el chapo y Toda su gente, atte. El morroñis de la palma navolato, sinaloa ajuuaa

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    1. Morroñis ya duermete estas igual que José Lopez

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    2. Hahaha Arriba pendejo por eso ya 5 chikillos ya no tienen padre ni madre. Que pinche desgracia Inutil.

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    3. El rodeo in pico rivera

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  2. Don Ramon? Who had more clout this guy or Ramon Arellano Felix ?

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    2. Your question shows your ignorance. RA cant be compared with no one.

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    3. @12:23am why is that? Ramon Arellano was just another sicario with an expiration date. He was no big fish in his day.

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    4. "RA" MET HIS MATCH IN SINALOA, A DYING MAN...
      asdjfhgruty...

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  3. Nine years? Even after having to spend the majority of the sentence in prison, nine years is not enough. Fug her and her kind.

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    1. 9 years is not enough? What did you want doing with her?Life without parole,25 years,What?
      9 years is quite long enough for laundering money,that shit go's on everyday in the city,except its billions,does anyone doubt HSBC and every major bank indulged in laundering at some time?
      Wonder why we hardly ever see major investigations of banks?

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    2. That's more time than most Mexican narcos get in Mexico for mass killings. 9 years for accepting drug money in your bank account is total bullshit. These US fed fucks should go after the source not some soccer mom in the burbs.

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    3. best blog ive heard yet posted t 722 pm!

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    4. 3:02 PM: .."her kind??" Is that a slag on women? Mothers? Terrified wives of abusive muther-fuckers? The DEA's due diligence on $10 grand a month from her husband, (who's at large, suspected and purportedly charged, based on allegations made by a sleaze that have yet to be proven in court) is low down dirty. Bad lawyering and the bullying behind Bambi's pleading guilty to her 9 year sentence amount to a miscarriage of justice. For $10 thousand a month, $120,000 a year the DEA basically orphaned 5 kids. Why not slap an ankle monitor on Bambi and leave her at home with her children. DEA launders more than $10 grand per minute... such hypocrites.

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    5. Anonymous aug 22 @922am above! wow! I couldnt have said It better myself. All these people trashing this couple are basing there opinions on a article. 1 sided story. Hypocrites and judgemental may I add, last time i checked we were not God.. And guarantee if shoe was on other foot some of these hypocrites be sppechless. You dont know all the circumstances, and Jesus Christ these sre someones parents for god sake. Does anyone have any compassion for these 5 kids whom I assume are old enough to read this crap. The Dea will never stop the cartels perhaps slow them down but get real there are child molesters and perverts and people who physically abue there kids and there taking stuff out on this mother and husband whom we really know nothing about , (besisdes the alleged crap we read) get it together people i guaranteee evryone here like money and power and most more than half of us would do things for money and our kids, I agree to an extent but again who are we to judge.

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    6. While people lives and families are torn apart, people stealing and killing from their own family to get high, and she slims the top and acts as if she has arrived or become someone. She dealt in the devil's poison and now must pay the price. No sympathy.

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    7. @6:23 p.m.she gets no sympathy here.u gotta know a deal like she was doing was bad news! HSBC had to pay a 2 billion dollar fine for washing their money but no one went to jail for it!

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    8. HSBC AND ALL THE OTHER BANKS get to keep trillions of dollars in laundered (or not) money, one guy that fails to pay their fair share, be it bambi or manuel noriega, they get the full weight of the law...including soccer moms...

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  4. Leave the fucking guy alone. Leave his wife alone. They are just running a business. In case you missed the point, the war of drugs as been lost years ago. It's only purpose is to keep lawyer, cops, and private prisons rolling in the $$$. Stupidest thing I never heard of.

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    1. Yeah let methamphetamines run wild you idiot.

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    2. thank you ! for not passing judgement! people read inerpt and assume they know ones life! ... and good point yea, definitly leave this guy and his wife ALONE!

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    3. Drugs, Alcohol, Guns, Autos, Food can all be abused. The US has a drug USER problem. We use more drugs person than any other country in the world and have the highest percentage of it's people locked up. If you don't see a problem, then you are the idiot. The problem is with the people. Correct the problem and there will be little demand for the drugs.

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    4. Former Wisconsin governor, czar of Homeland security, Tim Thompson got approval for US government laws to make payments to Big Pharma for drugs that make people addicts, at least until they are addicts, then they are on their own...
      --some US rogue agents still find it more lucrative to tend to the needs of the poor addicts without medicare benefits...right on time, right there on your 'hood...

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    5. Supply creates demand..
      When you have Mexican criminals sourcing drugs from foreign countries to smuggle in to the US and others,the argument doesn't wash..Mexican criminals construct tunnels to flood countries with poison ,yet its everyone else's problem ?

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    6. "Mexican Criminals" did not create addicts, Tim Thompson and other lobbyists financed the school of addiction by getting laws enacted for that purpose, some in BIG PHARMA want to make an honest living within the law, and will bend, twist, and stretch the law to fit their purposes... fack it, they will break the law as many times they want, what you gonna do?, wanna make problem?
      --Mexican narcs are just scapegoats for the "poor little impotent governments"

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    7. Mexico floods the US with drugs,manufacture's. meth,mota,heroin,builds tunnels to cross it,and its everyone else's fault?Mexico,the eternal victim of nefarious US intrigues,especially for bigots like you..

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  5. Pendeja, thought she was not guilty of any crime and could live the good life in Cali. While in Mexico people die daily as part of the family business. $10,000 a month is good to live ok. There is a lot of families around my area only females live in the homes with no husbands. I will start to wonder.....

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    1. Maybe because they have jobs now all women are drug dealers to you? Maybe you should get a job like the single women that live in houses

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    2. El pendejo should have sent her $9 999.99 usd dollars, for one cent he fucked it all up, if it was all on different accounts on different banks she may have a chance on appeal, And maybe the lawyer who provided the USAID blackberry just tricked them to save his own ass, they did that to Hillary just recently, all part of wide red and blue conspiracies against women to leave them women black and blue...

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    3. that would have caused her the same problem, called structured banking, to avoid the law.

      folks, she pleaded down. she had other charges and she was in charge of laundering once money got to socal and dallas.

      that is why 9 years is something she could accept

      she pleaded guilty

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    4. Out in 5? Maybe probation, or house arrest after 6 months,
      GUYS, you need to learn to project yourselves to the judges, it makes all the difference in the world, try and look sexy, while looking at the judges, jurors, prostiturers, it may cut your sentence to half time or time served...

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    5. @9:26 ok Mr.hoodlawyer. think you watch the devils advocate one two many times in the joint!

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  6. i remember someone on here once said that el rodeo was a narco laundry place. guess they were right! crazy

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    1. F YEAH IT IS!

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    2. Banks,asset management,lending,white collar crime,billions laundered every day,banks are the most grasping entities we have yet they are held by many in bizzare respect?
      9 years?She got a sentence alright.

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    3. Most clubs are involved in money laundry schemes, prostitution and drug distribution. Just ask Miami...lol This is not a surprising story.People got to stop being scared of the D.E.A. always use your 5th Amendment when interrogated. They never have all the evidence they claim they have.

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    4. UBS the biggest Swede bank laundering billions for Drug lords has had the greenlight by the C.I.A. and D.E.A. to operate in the US and entrap innocent citizens to close their cases...its a shame.

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    5. Well let me see a banquet hall slash club with the campacity of 30 max people.open only couple days of the week.having artist that charge 200,000 for appereance.ticket prices $.5.00 2x1 entrance girls free and just not to make it suspicious $35 6 pack buckets .well I had no clue i feel guilty I went there a couple of times.I just thought it was customer apriciation day everytime I swang by and they let me Stay till 6:00am and watched all the girls and owners do lines.im speechless I never new

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    6. F YEAH! Since, the mid 70's...The Candy Store, a private nightclub on Rodro, next to the Ted Lapidus Boutique .....

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    7. Every US business le entra a la plata, the only difference is if the puppet masters are pendejos or connected or both, that got done to the chinese for a looong time.
      Now the chinese, well some, are partners of it all...and they earned it the old way...
      ●TRATOS CON MAÑOSOS, PUROS MAÑOSOS...

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    8. You can add Poteros, El Parral, Lidos to the list of drug laundry places

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  7. Fragoso, what a man, very macho! By allowing his wife to go to prison for his dirty dealings he shows everyone that he is the king of his castle. In the meantime, while the wife is serving her time and he is a fugitive hiding out in Mexico, his children are left behind to grow up on their own and to face the ridicule of their peers because now everyone knows that their parents are drug dealers responsible for importing the poison so many Americans cannot do without. Fragoso, you sure showed everyone that you are a loving father and husband who works hards to support his family. Here's hoping a rival cartel doesn't take you out.

    As for the defense attorney, Javier Pineda, I'm sure he will claim absolute ignorance of the illegal activities of his client or that the Blackberry was being used to conduct unlawful transactions. Based on the information in this article, Pineda appears to be willing to prostitute himself for money. I hope the California Bar Association investigates Pineda and ends up revoking his license to practice law as he appears to be a willing participant in this drug conspiracy.

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    1. You need to get your info correct...all your data is misread. Moron!!

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    2. Pineda already got his deal/package for entrapping this beautiful Bambi and co. -------Lawyers are the first to jump sides, not for nothing they have been selected for "We kill the lawyers first" awards all the time since Shakespeare...

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    3. To the "anonymous" idiot mentioning Fragoso as the husband and Pineda as the attorney. Read the article again idiot!! Bambi Adams husband is RAMON GONZALEZ NOT FRAGOSO and PINEDA IS NOT representing absolutely anyone in this case.. Read the article again.

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    4. Pineda just sold the blackberry, like judas z40 supplied his victims?

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  8. WOW!! Nothing ever happens in Hacienda Heights. The only time we make the news is when they're talking about the Chinese maternity houses. This is crazy,to think that people like this can be in our community. Smh.

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    1. You must be blind or something. You never saw the bike gang "Mongols" cruising your streets? The next club to get busted probably will be 'Iguanas" down the street...lol The war on drugs that was created by the C.I.A. has been lost forever!!

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    2. 9:20 LOST? the creators of the war on drugs "for profit" are winning it all the time, they win by wining or by losing, leaving no rock of meth or crack unburned...
      --"Borregas" do not matter much to the mongols, money does, what they call money anyway, two or three dollars is a Lotta money for the mongols, but they will kill you for one, DOC has had to write tell all books because the Mongols club can not support his wide bodied ass...

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  9. Chase is the only business that launders money and can get away with it.. Stupid lady, she should of knowed

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  10. Califas making noise again :)

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  11. I commend her for living a dbl life , it shows she wanted diff, perhaps esier said than one, some of These comments ignorant. If she beat her kids, they were abused and neglected without education , WOULD that make her better? At least she had enstiled education in her children and was involved in school organization & sports,,! donating $ to school , perhaps shielding them from situations and trying to show them a normal life! 9 yrs is far too long for a mother to be without her children . STop being so close minded there are 2 sides to this story! she is someones mother!

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    1. The most disturbing thing about this story is that they couldn't prove she was involved in distributing or trafficking the drugs. She was just taking payments. Their excuse is well she knew where the money was coming from so she is guilty of a crime. The stupidest shit I have read.

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    2. Exactly always use your 5th and let the case go to trial. Never deny anything until accused. They never have all the evidence.

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    3. Exactly the agents scared her into admitting bullshit case files and evidence. She refused to testify against her husband and give coordinates on his whereabouts. For that reason her family will be taken care of. The cartel takes care of their own when not ratting out fellow members.

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    4. 8:30 PM: Word.

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    5. its all BS...at most she should of got 3 years...
      9 years?? lol she should of got 9 years probation lol....
      the U.S. is very tough on drug laws though so one thing she shouldnt have been was suprised....her husband is a big wig within the sinaloa cartel and that was 99% of the reason she got 9 years...and nobody should worry about her kids because they will be well taken care of...their dad is a legit Boss...makes tons of money and wont let them go without anything...you can bet on that...but again i dont think its right and i dont agree with it at all..9 years is total BS....

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    6. Bambi is not a white all amerikkkan judge or big politician, she is lucky she did not get life in maximum security for life...
      --The fragosos are big in mexico, in durango they had a state's attorney general in durango?

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    7. Here's the race card off Millie again,how the fuck do this dogs comments get through ?

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    8. Chlie Millie probably posts that many comments,averages say some get through,the resident troll of BB.

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    9. 5:38 & 5:39 the double barrel toy gun of inane...
      maybe, just maybe, somebody loves me, I hope, My Pray, the plattters, you tube...
      --but more likely, there is some substance to my writting, jealous???
      --Don't hate too much, son of chilango, and if you just can't help it, relax and enjoy...

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    10. Baby,how can I hate someone I've never met?That is very stupid,poco inteligente,,sus palabras,,don't like..
      Hot chilango.Tranquilo mi rukaa,anyway we digress from the topic?

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    11. Tranquilo mi rukaa,solo las palabras.
      I also think this girl was heavily sentenced,even if she admitted guilt?

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  12. Will she give her children a price break on the meth? Will her grandchildren, who are more likely to be born with severe disabilities, have good health coverage? Yea, she's a wonderful role model. Let's make her the poster child for good motherhood.

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    1. She never cooked the meth only took payments you idiot.

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    2. She never touched the dope. She had no drugs, no precursors, no clients ledgers. Nothing tying her to the drugs other than a $10k payment each month. She got 9 years because she was married to a Mexican drug lord. That is the US fed court system for you.

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    3. Real a life. You sound like a poster boy for DEA. You probably read your bible everyday and believe in God. You're a mindless wonder.

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    4. 8:32 you are cherry naïve if you think that she never had anything to do with the product.

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    5. It wasn't proven she had anything to do with the product 9:18 so in the good ol' US of A she is not guilty of any drug charges. It's not what you know, it's what you can prove.

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    6. Silent beef...happens all the time. Yea, 9 years is too steep, but your going to get wet if you jump in the pool.

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    7. Truesay... or we say over here, if you play with feathers you're gonna get your ass tickled

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    8. @918 where are you gettin your ifo from . She had NOTHING to do with dope. dummy

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    9. In any case, the kids are covered, you would not want them to grow into little vicentillos zambada or carrillo Betty la feas...even bambi can not be deported, she will find a nice job when she gets out of "boarding school"...
      Sorry donal' lovers!!!

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  13. LOL one of the rare times when they actually sentence the woman at all. Usually they sentence the husband, and let the wife go for testifying against him, so she can go marry the next rich guy she sees and enjoy all the money she still has.

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  14. Even the Postal Service is used to launder money...lol Depositing money orders in Chase ATM's...lol Not surprised.

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  15. Can't blame her she just rising her family, and not on welfare. her owe Money

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    1. Would the government rather have me on welfair with 5 kids or support my own through elegal activity as long as the kids are safe? Mom in jail Dad in mexico 5 kids now become government responsibility to feed and educate. Oh and feed and house the mom in jail. Only and i do mean only in the USA.

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  16. to reader who asked: full name is Ramón González 43 years born in LA, as of monday he was sill wanted.

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    1. The reader? He or she can't read the info is in the article. Must of been the reader that thinks the mom will give her kids a price break on the meth. Welcome back buela. G

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  17. I live nearby El Rodeo and it was definitely a place ran by the cartels. Every there would be a huge artist performing with hardly any people in it unless it was the weekend. In the bathrooms they has a separate line for people who wanted to do drugs. Unfortunately since it closed the gangs have spread to nearby nightclubs causing conflicts and violence in the clubs.

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    1. Hey, you have to break the bar to get the bar, problem is the other bars are forced to close too, soon after they get taken, nobody enjoys a sinister bar full of sinister people,
      --Customers get to stay at home and do more cheaper dope there...cheaper, more...

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  18. any of us from LA that used to party at Rodeo knew about this, it was obious when you where there, its nos surprise. I can tell you moat mexican night clubs in LA SAME SHIT.

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    1. Yeah its been old news another example el parral. Big shot callers and big drug dealers like to party like we did and im use to party back since the 1990s and still today the same old story.

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  19. 9 years. Some of you defending her disgust me. She made a choice and she knew what she was doing. These women who marry narcos are not innocent by any means. She is just as bad as any narco. Let her pay the price

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    1. No one said she was innocent. None us on gods green earth are innocent of any wrong doing. We all have our own personal vices. You have to remember laws are made by man to control the population and to force the populace to think like the authors. It's human nature to rebel against the status quo. The only thing she did wrong in the governments eyes is not give up her husband whereabouts. She was given 9 years out of spite and nothing else.

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    2. For the person who above said they were digusted by anyone defending this woman; be prepared to be even more disgusted. .Call me what youd like However , last time I checked I dont believe one of the first things a drug dealer would or especially a high ranking member tells a chick his dealings or affiliations. Not typically something you would hear on first second, third ,date. Its quite possible she had no knowledge till it was too late or maybe she feared for her life. Who knows ? Im almost positive it"s not as easy as some say to just pick up and leave. However 2 wrongs dont make it right .

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    3. A10:19, the problem with your argument is that the law requires, and the judges demand that one pleads guilty because they are guilty and for no other reason. If she didn't know, then she could bot have waived her right against self-incrimination and the judge would not have accepted the plea.

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  20. CHIVIS , WHO are u really? besides quite the informer?

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    1. TROLL ALERT! How 'bout "WHO the F r u 1:54 AM?!" Tirando piedras con la mano escondido vale huevo.
      K-K

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    2. Mr. 411 @ 10;11 am, your obviously scared which is why your so brave and quick to run your mouth . Check your facts buddy .lol. nobody asked his name or age or what he has for dinner. Do you personally know him or the misses maybe you can ask them yourself... my bad , im sure you wouldnt be soo brave . leave these people and kids alone.

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    3. 1:54, Chivis is the Queen of BB, 99% of her loving subjects love her more than you will ever know, and they can't be wrong, it is only some jealous princess jackass like you that can't hide their frustration once in a while...
      --call mommy or daddy for your "feeding" and diaper time...

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    4. ok i get it, I think .. I could be wrong but it seems to me your all attacking 1;54 am when it seems to me she was perhaps unfamiliar with Chivis . .and besides people Its clear chivis needs no one to defend her or speak for her.
      To each is own respect everyones opinion and we should all be happy were not in this terrible situation. My heart goes out to these 5 children.Never the less personally 9 yrs way harsh! and from what I have read correct me if i am wrong plz ., I don't recall reading the mother actually physically trafficked anything. it was the knowledge that did her in ?

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    5. Millie suckin arse again no wonder the race shit gets through

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    6. Don't worry about it, mil mascaras, eat your heart out, provecho!!!
      --You, on the other hand must be Don Ramon's little chilindrina, defending him a calzon quitao... poor little you ...always defending the biggest criminals in the world just because most of them are, mmmh what they are...
      --AND chivis does not post 90% of my comments because I am too rough on you, I think you need to know that, imbecil...she protects animals...

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    7. Baby,I wouldn't say nothing but some of your basura is what is wrong with many people..Hating a whole country?
      Your the kind who doesn't like Mex-Amers,very sophisticated ?

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  21. I guess if a drug dealer comes to your business and he gives you money to pay for his tab you are technically laundering drug money. Especially if you know his or her occupation. Fucked up if you ask me.

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  22. Correct me if I am wrong, but I am told here in Mexico it is a bigger crime to transport and launder money then it is to get caught with a load of drugs or weapons. I live here and an attorney friend told me that as well as several other people.

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    1. It may not be a bigger crime, but in mexico the police or the rivals whack you if you have cash, or if you don't...
      --On the US they will take your money until they break you and give them something or else...or both...

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  23. She deserves it. She should have known she was playing with fire by using cash from drug sale transactions.

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  24. She is not a bad person just taking care of her family. But the US loves to pick on the easy marks. Be a major dealer and killer they walk

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  25. NEVER, EVER, TRUST or BELIEVE the US GOVERNMENT.

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    1. Never, ever, trust or believe people who feel the need to yell by blogging in all capital letter, like the rest of us are deaf or something.

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    2. Clearly, 9 years is Draconian. U.S. citizens need to look in the mirror about the robust demand for various poisons are the root of the problem. But hey, these are U.S. citizens....just kick'n it in Mexico. I do hope they have good dental insurance for their family because crank really tears up the teeth. Seriously, or more seriously, the U.S. spends virtually no dollars on prevention south of the border. Virtually the only prevention dollars spent (CDC, et.al.) south of the border are for HIV prevention because political 'big hats' are afraid that philandering johns would bring AIDS home. Demand reduction is as important as supply reduction but the mantra of the U.S. is 'trail'm; nail'm; jail'm.

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    3. So in essence Donald Trump is correct in saying that we American should force Mexico to handle their own problems. Build a wall between the two countries cause hell if Mexico doesn't want it's own people why would the US want them. The US spend enough on Mexico and it's not the citizens fault it's squandered on the elite's lifestyle.

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  26. My dos centavos:

    here is a woman that can look in the mirror to find blame for her kids now being parentless. BUT imo she should have cut a much better deal, and gave up her POS husband and all she knows about the operation, gone into WP with her kids and called it a day.

    she got a rotten deal

    Lets look at another person. This guy was a founder of zetas. He had a 5M USD bounty on his head. He was a brutal executioner. He was captured and extradited to the US in 2012. He pleaded guilty on a sweet deal that would have him testify against his cartel and released in 2 years. His sentence was up to life,

    Something not written about is how during this administration, narcos are cutting ridiculous deals and leaving prison in a few years or overturned convictions on appeal.

    thing is, the capo gave interesting testimony, but without it there was a flood of evidence to convict those that should have been convicted.

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    1. i wouldnt challenge chivis when shes in the paint she will slamdunk a good answer right in your face!

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  27. I agree. I remain suspicious that this is the final time we will hear about this case. I drilled down on 'public' federal docs and there is virtually no information in the public domain. Yea, things are often sealed, etc. but all there is about this case is a one page doc. The norm is that plea agreements are hammered out before "sentencing" but there are more and more notable exceptions to this. Perhaps, this is a head fake by the G men/women.

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  28. OK 512 Im clueless sorry not big on slang! what does that mean "fake head on G men /woman"? sorry

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    1. The term "head fake" is most commonly used in Basketball. Players of use a fake movement of the head to signal they are going a certain direction but then go another direction faking the defender out of their shoes. Or, Chapo fakes like he is going left but tunnels to the right. "G-men" is a throwback to the Capon era and the naming of feds as 'government men'. Sabe?

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  29. My input on this is I personally knew Bambi and her family and from what I saw she was always a good mom and made sure they were doing the right thing and getting them a good education and getting them involved in sports. No one is perfect and we all aren't honest people in the world . She had to do what she had to do for her children. I know that she never did drugs nor did she have her kids around any of what some of u are saying. She is doing her time. So just leave her family alone! I know she volunteered many hours at the school and as a sports mom, not just soccer. Baseball , Football, and many others. Remember you all have some kind of skeletons in your closets too.

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