Tuesday, September 29, 2015

'La Tuta' from inside prison

After 'El Chapo's' escape, security measures around Servando Gómez Martínez were tightened. In prison La Tuta is guarded by three officers of Cisen four custody area officers and two perimeter security commanders.

Classified as a highly dangerous prisoner, with alter ego (dual personality) and a power of corruptibility almost like that of "El Chapo" Guzman, the head of the Knights Templar cartel, Servando Gomez Martinez, 'La Tuta' is subject to special surveillance and tight security by the custodial staff. At no time during the 24 hours he's out of sight.

Federal prison security in Almoloya, Cefereso No. 1, Are assuming 'La Tuta' is the inmate with more potential to escape since Joaquin Guzman Loera decided to escape. At least he think that and he has let the psychology staff know it since he meets with them once a week. "Sometimes playing with the mind of the psychologists," an official from the federal prison said.

A source explains Servando Gómez Martínez was separated from the prison population because of his personality. He was sent to a segregation cell, where he receives "special treatment" which is nothing more than to keeping him isolated and guarded 24 hours a day.


BY J. Jesús Lemus


'La Tuta', for the sake of security, inside his cell and when he is moved from one place to another within the prison, all conversations and all movements are recorded. His court appearances are also recorded. Everything he says and does inside prison is reviewed and analysed by a specialized unit of the Interior Ministry.

Servando Gómez himself has complained in some letters to his family and friends, about the extreme condition of surveillance to which he is subjected. He has complained of being the most watch prisoner throughout the prison, "because they say they think I will try to escape, where in the hell they get that?" He muses in a letter he send to one of his relatives.

What was once the main boss of organized crime in Michoacan, has also complained of the inhuman conditions in which they are kept in prison. He says, in a letter to a relative, that he lives "in a two by three meters cell, where he even has to ask for permission to take a shit."

Nevertheless, although subdued, 'La Tuta' remains a rebel. A source said he often-, quietly and respectfully, complains about official abuse towards him. That has made him a subject of misbehavior penalties in nearly seven months of imprisonment.

He has been punished by suspending his communication abroad through letters or phone. Also by denying him to leave his cell to only once a week, and classes of painting and drawing he received once a month, were also suspended. His solicitation for two books he had asked from the library were canceled and his right to buy soda and cookies from the institution store was denied.

According to the activity registry kept by the Cefereso, Servando Gomez Martinez, "is a prisoner with low activity." Since he enter this prison he has read only four books, one of poetry and three novels. He has not been able to conclude an oil painting that he began five months ago. He has made 11 pencil and ink drawings (Michoacan landscapes and horses) sent by letters to some of his relatives.

'La Tuta' has reveals that one of his relatives, is a regular visitor of the ​medic. It has a high blood pressure condition, which often keep him requesting for medical service. He complains about the lack of stomach medicines. The problem he complains the most in his letters is gastric re-flux and intestinal problems, problems he was already suffering since he was free. "It is not true that he has cancer," his family has confirmed.



Life after 'El Chapo'


After the escape of "El Chapo", Servando Gomez Martinez, 'La Tuta' security measures were changed. He is considered within the Federal Prison of Almoloya, one of the inmates most likely to escape. So every time he move inside the prison he is guarded by three officers of the Investigation Center and National Security (Cisen), four custody officers and two perimeter security commanders.

The life of 'La Tuta' within the federal prison of maximum security of Almoloya is summarized in a criminal psycho diagnosis that he was reclassified, following the escape of "El Chapo": the defendant fantasizes about leaving prison in the same way Joaquin Guzman did. That's why he has changed cells twice.

From his cell he applauded and celebrated the "escape" made by the boss of the Sinaloa cartel.

According to an official of Cefereso of Almoloya, Servando Gomez would have been able to establish communication and contact with 'El Chapo'. "The relationship between the two capos, as happens in most cases, although rivals outside, was very good." Greetings were sent between them by using trusted people. 'El Chapo' told "La Tuta" "I'm at your service and vice versa, according to the source. There lie the new extreme security measures for the former head of the Knights Templar cartel.

24 hours of confinement


Given the degree of danger which he is classified, the former head of the Knights Templar cartel, is not allowed any movement in or out of his cell, without supervision of custodial staff. He is kept under video surveillance 24 hours a day, and when he is moved to court, call centers, medical and psychological check the movements of other inmates are canceled.

Servando Gomez Martinez is checked six times a day. At six o'clock, when he should already be bathed, shaved, and uniformed; at nine o'clock, at 11, at 15:00, at 6 o'clock and the last time at nine in the evening.

They give him breakfast on a tray in the cell. You must eat at 6:30 in the morning. Their diet is the same to all inmates: a serving of beans, opuntia, pork, fruit and vegetables, accompanied by a glass of cinnamon water, milk or oatmeal. Only once a week they give them cereal and milk, sometimes with a piece of jelly.

At the end of breakfast, 'La Tuta' have to clean his cell. They give a rag and washing powder to clean the floor and walls. Staff stressed about the hobby of the defendant to clean the bars of his cell. Sometimes he sings during cleaning. When finished he washes his socks, underwear and shirt. He is not allowed to clean the shower area, so he does not leave the view of the cameras.

Then 'La Tuta' take a nap. Sometimes he reads for five minutes. Upon waking up he writes letters or draw landscapes.

At 3 pm hours he goes back to sleep. Upon waking up he does some exercise in his cell. He use the five liters water jugs as dumbbells. He exercise for about an hour and returns to drawing. In the afternoon he watch TV from an authorized device. TV evening he alternates with talks from his cell. Dinner is promptly at 7 pm. Usually after that he sings, until reaching the last call at 9 pm when you are ordered to sleep.

'La Tuta' is allowed to use the phone for 10 minutes every seven days, he has five registered numbers of relatives, but only two are called frequently. Each call day, Servando Gomez Martinez is in good spirits. It is when he becomes the motivator, sometimes serves as a priest, speaking at length about God and some biblical passages that he knows by heart.

Injunctions and bad companies


Gomez Martinez has ranked as one of the prisoners with greater drawing power. He has motivated others to lodge appeals against various provisions inside prison. It is one of the inmates more protection demands made to the federal courts. In less than seven months it has brought seven amparo guarantees, almost one per month.

From all the injunctions sought by 'La Tuta', only three of them have prospered, one against confinement and the second for delivery of medicine. Those other complaints are about the lack of recreational activities inside the prison, improvements to the quality of food and "decrease in acts of torture."

Servando Gomez Martinez is credited with being one of the authors of the movement that two months ago was conceived within the federal prison in Almoloya, when a group of 163 prisoners, including the same 'Chapo' Guzman, demonstrated hunger strike, to protest poor conditions of prevailing food.

'La Tuta' is given a special track of his movements and conversations inside prison, given its relationship with other internal inmates like Teodoro "El Teo" and Marco Antonio "El Cris' Garcia Simental brothers; Omar and Miguel Angel Trevino Morales; Hector 'H' Beltran Leyva, Miguel Angel Guzman Loera, Fernando Sanchez Arellano, Mario Nuñez Meza, Mario Cardenas Guillen, Abigael Gonzalez and Edgar Valdes Villarreal Valencia, 'La Barbie'.

This article was translated fro Reporte Indigo

62 comments:

  1. Good article! I would love to see a foto of Tuta washing his chonies, the only thing more demeaning is washing the chonies of others, z40 perhaps? :)

    The food in no 1 is actually good. here is a menu
    http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2013/07/a-look-at-life-behind-bars-for-z40-and.html

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    1. LOL yeah I will love to see a picture of him doing his chores inside prison.

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    2. It probably the other way around. Tuta committed many crimes errors did bad things. But one thing he had was he showed respect unlike many people. So what up with some of these Autodefensas furzas rurales last I heared their CDG now.

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    3. I would like to see tuta painting La barbies toe nails.

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    4. I wonder what the mon-fri menu looks like.

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    5. Nice he probalys z40 bitch in prision he is old he cant figth only whit weapons he was brave

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    6. Chivis I hope your dream comes true and you see la puta tuta washing his chones while he wears none...
      I resent that these "implacable capos" who so unmercifully send their sicarios and halcones to murder and hunt down and torture other people and each other when they are free, become such sensitive educated politicians...
      --including Abigail, z40, z42, la barbie etc, in a circle of friends SUCKS BIG TIME...
      --I wanna know what these perps think of el migueladas now, miguel angel gallegos godoy is not hiding or escaping, not even trying to keep himself safe from anybody

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    7. follow my link above and play the Grillo video at around 5:55 the menus are displayed.

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    8. Jejeje I would love to see a foto of all da big capos taking a groupy to promote decent living conditions not just in prison, but throughout Mexico. La Tuta and all the other prisoners should collectively focus on how to make Mexico a better place to live considering their expertise in economics.

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  2. No Se aguite viejon q pronto se esas rejas se abreran y arriba CTGM

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  3. I love hearing these articles of capos in prison. Kind of boosts my morale

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  4. And once inside prison, this floating debris of humanity has more rights than common folk. Let him starve if he doesn't like the menu of corn and beans; it's what more than half the population of Mexico survives on each and every day.

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    1. Tell me about it. The salaries in Mexico sucks, people in prison eat better than the poor people outside.

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    2. Donde the escondes primos y ese miagro que the ases report

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  5. seems La Tuta is more respected than i had thought.
    i bet he has the means and political connections to escape though.
    would be crazy if he escaped like chapo did lol

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    1. How about with a ballons filled with all that hot air he spews?

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  6. Kind of cold blooded, what is the purpose of this expose?
    To show the world how México and EPN are in the fight to the finish?
    Or... To cover up an immense fraud.

    Sure, Tuta and El Chayo were/are bad boys; but what about the rest?
    México. In my mind is one.
    Es la capitulo DC o DF?

    Family polítics can destroy! And when outside forces enter in, its over. I'll let you decide what the outside forces are.

    Tuta es encarcelada. Chapo es escogido. Mira, los dos es mexicanos.
    Pero para que?
    La gente, les hable nada.
    Excuse my poor spanish.

    If land has been expropiated from indigenous peoples, can we expect no problems?
    Duh!

    WHO IS HELPING THE PEOPLE?

    It is sad that we root for punishing some capos, when capos en la política, no matter what "country" Always seem to slip away.....

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  7. At one another's service ? Not sure what they could do for one another . Maybe a lot .After all shorty got out .You reckon shorty might get a bunch of them out and consolidate the cartels ? Na , be easier to let somebody else take over and consolidate with them .
    Living the good life . That's what it was all about to start with . LOL

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  8. I would love love love to see a similar article about Z40, any chance we could get information on him?
    Thanks for posting!

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    1. One guy from another article said that Z40 is supposedly trying to escape from altiplano like chaps did but im not sure if thats true or not.

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  9. This guy is a coward no respect for him he said he would figth but at the end pussy out puto michoacano cagon como todos nomas puro osico

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    1. Lol did you get bullied by a michoacano in high school?

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    2. otro pendejo igual de osicon. pinches pochiyos mantenidos babosos nomas les sacan algo y asta el culo andan dando ora imaginate un rifle

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  10. This is all BS after the fact this prison becomes "Supermax" with all security measures taken....fucken Mexican Government just trying to do thier job better since El Chapo isn't there anymore.....all those morons in there don't have the power Chapo has thats why they are still there...Remember its not what you know, its who you know!!! The crappiest prison here in the U.S is more supermax than any shack in Mexico...Ya pa que le buscan mas patas al burro??? Si saben que tiene 5...

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  11. What a POS, he has no right to complain about conditions or otherwise. His countless victims can't complain from the unmarked graves. He should be shackled 24 hours a day to his bed. He also has no right to commissary, the money used is blood money from all his murder victims. Hopefully he does have cancer and dies a very slow and painful death. i have no feelings for this cockroach POS. He he was watched like this on the outside he would not have been able to do a thing so fuck him and all his pussy complaints.

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  12. You hit the nail, powerful families in the government promote corruption and destroy countries.

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  13. In other news in tijuana. The son of Ramon Arellano Felix is restructuring CAF again in tijuana.

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    1. Calm down pinche wanabe BB reporter, proceso lambe huevos....let real reporters do thier jobs the right way....no andes de chismoso y inventando pedejadas...

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  14. Didn't El Chapo when captured said La Puta was a POS? When he said Lazcano was a gentlemen, I think he said both La Puta and ZChorrenta were scum. Correct me if I'm wrong Chivis

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    1. that is what was reported in one account that he said, but no interview confirmed that he actually said it.

      yeah, gentleman psycho killer

      Lazca was a brutal killer unconcerned with innocents, he was the killer master of the Zetas, not Trevino's. Notice the big showy killings stopped when Lazca was stopped?

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    2. Chivis, from what I've read, Trevino was behind most of the violence committed by the Zetas, but it was at a time when he wasn't the top dog and wasn't as concerned about the overall reputation of the organization.
      Once he became the top capo, he was more concerned for his own safety and adopted a more diplomatic approach.
      What do you think?

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    3. The commanders in chief are 100% guilty of the deeds of their men, AND el lazca would not have there by his side a virginal innocent little altar boy, z40 participated enough to impress the boss and earn his position, for the 6 months he lasted anyway...

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    4. @ 12:23 I thi nk I already stated what I know. I did not read it, I lived it. In the cities where I have office or work in Coahuila things were much calmer after Lazca hit the skids. it was him. he ordered Lalo killed as well. Innocents died under his watch. don't get it wrong trevino is a killer but enemies not innocents. and on the down low no big displays of decaps

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    5. El lazca was more of a kaibil, they trained him to be a gafe when they were murdering indians and zapatistas in guerrero oaxaca chiapas as if they were guatermalans, z40 knew some Inglis, had people on the US, and was mostly a correvedile message boy gofer when he was not washing cars, but he rose to be El Judas, selective about his targets...

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    6. @ Chivis
      Remember though that Miguel and Omar massacred all those families in Allende Coahuila? Lazca was in charge at that time though, so maybe he actually ordered that?
      Also do you think Miguel has the capacity to escape prison?

      Really happy to see you're still an active commenter on BB :)

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    7. People still don't realise just what Lazcano was..There is enough information from jailed Zetas to know that nothing happened without Lazcano knowing about it..Lazcano was a pure beast,who ordered Cadereyta,he knew about the migrant deaths..Why do we think he was also called El Verdugo from way back..Best thing that happened was seeing Lazcano on a slab..He was a fuckin animal..

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    8. @6:21 it is the fault of the press, they played down lazca and made trevino into a baby boiling monster. Lazca was the monster. We were sent the video of Cadereyta right after it happened. it was the most disturbing thing I have ever seen. not only because of the obvious, but the demeanor of those in the footage. The sounds of body parts being tossed and kicked from the truck, the manta guy thinking he was Steven Spielberg directing the display of everything, using body parts to weigh the manta down. I had never before or since view anything unless someone i trust views it first and lets me know what is in the video.

      CNN had a link to our post and the video, they received so many complaints, even though we labeled it exactly what it is....they finally took the link down.

      remember when the squirel was arrested, and he was tight with Lazca, but he gave him up about ordering murders including Lalo's. Lalo was a cool kid, hard worker, he was an innocent.

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    9. No innocent works for el PRI or his rat daddy or his rat uncle inaugurating a soccer futbol frame...the moreiras one have their state paracos to look after them, but los zetas were their best friends for a looong time, miguel angel osorio chong became peña nieto's pretty boy after bertie boy got burned at the stake for ratero, but osorio chong boy el lazca WAS with the moreiros all his career after the gafes, secretario de gobernacion osorio chong got rid of bertie boy and el lazca, nobody left to tell about azzorio chong buzzinezz...making way to be mexico's first chinese emperor.
      There is a special angle about pachuca miners going to coahuila, michoacan, chihuahua, zacatecas to pirate minerals, and el lazca knew pachuca miners from the many independent small mines all over there owned by "terreristas", there was a lot of coahuila to be mined by zetas, not just "drugs"

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    10. @ Chivis
      I'm really interested to know about Lazca and Z40 too. I remember there was an article after 40's arrest saying that he (rather than squirrel) pegged Lazca for Lalo's death, that's not really important though.
      What I'm more interested in is what you're saying about the press swaying the public view about Lazca and 40. George Grayson (who I think started the 'baby boiling' thing), almost every time he talked, talked about Z40's brutality (he used the word 'sadist' every single time lol). Do you think he was misled by the press too? Or that he was maybe one of the ones misleading people in order to sell his books?
      One thing I've always thought is that a significant part of 40's reputation came from Rosalio Reta's testimony, and Reta was undoubtedly exaggerating it because he was thinking "the only way I can ever get parole is if I convince everyone Z40 is a monster and manipulated me". If you read Z40s' wikipedia page and listen to Reta's interviews you'll see how much of it is based on that.
      I know that discussing "which guy was more evil" may not be the most important thing here, but honestly I'm interested.

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    11. Man there's so little credible info out there about Lazca...everything you hear about him personally is like "apparently he did this", so it's hard to know what to believe...
      But Chivis I think you're right, the press eats up stories like his because all the gringos are just on their computers like "let's read about what else he did to his victims!"

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    12. Sadly mainstream press does not care about accuracy, they care about what sells and sensationalism sells. We are here because each of us cares deeply about what is happening we are volunteers, for us it is not about $$, we want and need to get it right. Plus a number of us live and or work in Mexico or have a close connection.

      Reta is a scum bag, I would not put any cred to his BS. Here is the fact. for most of his time as a Z leader Trevino took care of the business and lazca the enforcement. after lazca death, and this I am not sure of, 40 took the enforcements and 42 the business (drugs etc)

      Grayson was a good man and great writer, (RIP) but his work had notable errors. he also said 40 was former special forces. Sadist and brutal I believe did in fact originate from him and continues to be used by foreign press today.

      I agree with you Reta's story compounded folklore.

      as for squirrel the accusation came from his mouth. and it aligns with lazca calling the shots on murders.

      as for Lalo, I think because the manta said family for family, alluding to 440's nephew being killed in PN the day before. and that may have presented the opportunity, but one needs to look broader.

      Looking broader, you see that Zs were highly agitated at Pelon (Moreira) he was not playing as nice as his brother Bert when he came into office. My sense tells me it is because Pelon had to give an appearance he was different than his bro. But Z's had long planned an up close and personal attack. It is why Lalo had body guards from the state and an armored vehicle.

      but one the municipal police told Lazca that Governor Pelon took the body guards and armored truck away and asked municipal police to guard him. the police notified Zs. the same police in bed with Zs, and assisted in his killing. ( it was only a couple weeks after removing the vehice and state guards that lalo was executed.)

      and Pelon knew this, which is why Lalo's widow and Bert and family hate Pelon.

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    13. Awesome, thank you so much for the info! I love reading about this, and am proud to be part of the BB community that cares about accuracy :)

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  15. Great article! It's strange because I always felt sympathetic to La Tuta after listening to his interviews. I don't know why because he is responsible for so much terror but he always was very persuasive and almost likeable. Now he's got split personalities? These conditions would drive anyone insane i guess. More than anything it would be amazing to listen to the capos talking with each other. Just imagine El Chapo seeing Z40 when he first arrived and then Z40 when he escaped. Who knows, maybe they are all happy he got out. They would all be able to relate to each other so well considering they went from the top to the bottom all of a sudden.

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    1. I think all the other capos are jealous of Chapos escape.

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    2. 7:15 AM...Yeah, he has the charisma of Hitler and Charles Manson combined. No sympathy for this Puta and hope he gets shanked.

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    3. No shit Sherlock....they dont have the power "$$$$" Chapo has...thats why they are still there or on thier way to being extradited to the USA..

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    4. Funny you say that extradited-well it just happened.

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  16. Like all the Smurfs movies Gargamel always loses

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  17. Arellanos making a comeback through Ramon's son??

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  18. Any news on Ramon Arellano son?

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  19. In the article they have La Tuta organizing ''hunger strikes'' and helping other prisoners with appeals and other legal paperwork. Same thing he was doing when he was free, logistics and garnering political power. I wonder if its true that La Familia Michoacana is regrouping? The ''autodefensas'' keep dropping like flies in Michoacán because they were corrupt since the beginning.

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    1. I met him once on a trip to Arteaga at the gallos, this guy is fucking smart trust me. I'm just a student by the way not a narco

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    2. You are as smart as your company allows, that is the one eyed king in the country of the blind, like the religious cults, uses words and verbiage to mesmerize with BS

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  20. chivis do you feel la tuta has the power and influence to escape like chapo did?
    i think it could happen.

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    1. Personally I couldn't see that happening. La Tuta's cartel is basically no longer active. It's just a few independent cells now I think. The Sinaloa Cartel was relatively the same before and after Chapo's escape so he definitely had the means to do it.

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  21. Celebrity' death match... El chapo vs la Tuta..

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  22. he sings for 2 hours a day? lol

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  23. Hey chivis look into this what I've heared some of this is true. http://ciudadania-express.com/2015/09/06/regresan-los-templarios-a-michoacan-cazan-a-autodefensas/

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    1. I know! I saw it come in a few days ago and did not post to remind me to look into it. I promise I will and I will see if someone can translate and post.

      I do know it is true that connecting and new ct cells have strengthen CT and they are on the rise again.

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    2. Mientras no le partan su madre al migueladas nada va a cambiar, miguel angel gallegos godoy se los va a chingar siempre...

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  24. Looks like Broly Banderas isn't busting him out anytime soon haha

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  25. A "motivator"...wtf? So, now the La Puka is a priest! I'm not surprised. One of these days...he's going to make some "kool aid", up in that joint. I strongly urge anyone there, to ask for seconds!

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