Sunday, October 25, 2015

Alleged finanical operator of El Chapo Guzman arrested in Federal District

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from a Proceso article and BB archives

[ Subject Matter: Arrest of Arturo Diaz Diaz
Recommendation: See link to article on Ademlo Niebla Gonzalez by BB reporter Lucio]


Reporter: Proceso Redaction
Arturo Diaz Diaz, alleged financial operator of the Cartel headed by Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, was detained in the capital, under an arrest warrant with end of extradition.

Diaz Diaz cooperated with the PGR, he was responsible for the financial activity of a cell of the Sinaloa Cartel headed by Adelmo Niebla Gonzalez, "El Senor" or "El G3", who in May of 2014 escaped from Culiacan Prison also utilizing a tunnel. (see link to article on the escape translated by Siskiyou Kid from BB Forum and posted by Chivis).

Adelmo Niebla Gonzalez



A communication detailed that elements of the AIC, the Agency for Criminal Investigation, they contacted Interpol Mexico, who gave an enforcement order issued by the Tenth Judge of the Fourth District of Federal Criminal Processes with base in Federal District, in July of 2013.

According to Authorities, Diaz Diaz is required by a Federal District Court in Arizona, United States, where he will face charges for the crimes against public health.

After his detention, which was carried out without a shot being fired, Diaz Diaz was transferred to Cefereso No.13 in Oaxaca State.

Original article in Spanish at Proceso


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52 comments:

  1. This is what they do to make it seem like they are going after El Chapo's money. They arrest 'financial operators'. The real financial operators are major banks and businesses such as santa monica milk producer owned by El Mayo.

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    1. Don't forget the stock markets & world wide banks.
      LEGALIZE!
      FREE US ALL FROM NARCO $$$

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    2. Yup mayo owns a milk company why dont they shut that down

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    3. Well, maybe if it only were on or in his name, that could help...
      --Rafael caro quintero is also the owner of lots of businesses and countless billions of dollars in swiss banks, a d the CIA or the DEA or the DFS have never tried to get their hands on them, because they only took their 10% religiously, like God commands, the poor only have to give 10%, you know?

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    4. Yeah, Santa Monica milk company is a perfect example. It's actually even been named as a cartel business by the USA and the Mexican government doesn't seem to have launched an investigation. The 3 billion a year estimate is low. That is just from chicago alone. I imagine the number is over $10 billion and then they make money by investing it. These guys have unlimited funds and for some reason the mexican government only manages to find a few million every few months.

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    5. Sounds like BB needs to do an article about known Narco businesses that the Mexican government turns a blind eye to. I'll bet a few weeks later CNN will pick it up as their own.

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    6. LEGALIZE :-) Mexico’s Supreme Court next Wednesday will vote on a case that many think could set a precedent for widespread marijuana legalization in the country. But strangely enough, the forces behind Mexico’s weed-legalization efforts have little do with the greater criticism of a drug war that has claimed tens of thousands of lives over the past decade.

      Instead, Mexican weed enthusiasts argue they have a basic human right to get high.

      Will Mexico say sí to weed legalization by the end of October? | Fusion
      http://fusion.net/story/220008/will-mexico-say-si-to-weed-legalization-by-the-end-of-october/

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    7. Just imagine all the safe houses, caletas, bunkers filled with hundreds of millions of dollars from that cartel? scathered in places. Like it was the case of a chinese 'businessman' that had over 200 million in some safe house in mx from some cartel...

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    8. Zhen-li ye gone, $250 000 000.00 usd in his own house!!!
      --The mexican PGR, SSP, PF, hacienda, presidente calderon, genaro garcia luna, etc etc etc, never I formed about what happened to the money... I think they kidnapped and disappeared it...

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    9. Yea--- the Asian dude made $kapillions in a few short years from importing chemical precursors. "Here today, gone tomorrow." He got busted because he cooked his books. His accountant gave him up. Don't recall el chino's name, but did see a vid of his house. Unreal opulence. Did he skip off to Asia?

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    10. NEXOS: "Atentamente: EL Chapo" by Héctor de Mauleón...

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    11. I think he's actually in a us prison or at least out on bail. They found him in Virginia or something. He gambled over $100 million in a year I think the Venetian Las Vegas gave him a Rolls Royce.

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  2. El chapo is leyend lots of people work for him or whit him whit out ever seeing him in person in the 5 continents his product is sold im from africa an d this guy is the only outside drug lord people know here el chapo guzman sinaloiense

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    1. Maybe they get lucky luego find Chapos cuido de ninos

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    2. It's legend and sinaloense

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    3. It smells like your from Sinaloa....Clues: I'm from Africa?, I'm from North America, people usually claim a country not a continent. An "African" using the word sinaloiense? Bro, really?...

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    4. 9:13 It's the same guy who claims he's from Rússia and Australia. Lol so funny

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    5. I'm a global citizen! My family lives on separate continents, in 4 countries, we're multi-culturalized, cuss like sailors in more than one language at once, etc, etc. And, for my last bit of trivia.. Hunter S. Thompson immortalized the Sinaloans, (well, just one, in particular), in his book FEAR AND LOATHING IN LAS VEGAS.

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  3. Snitchedy-do-dah, Snitchedy-day, follow that money trail all the way to Chapo! Yeah. Like that's gonna happen.... No matter, it's breaking news and a very interesting development, considering all the things going on related to Chapo, these days.

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  4. Really lucio...this post is so irrelevant! all its doing is just pissing people off...El lp

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    1. Why you mad el chapo is in jail you still mad he escapes you get more mad and cant sleep your blood presure is up calm down

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    2. Lucio??? what does he have to do with this post? It is Otis'
      and who's pissed?
      go back to sleep ...wake up and try again

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    3. It's time for your meds son. El lp

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    4. Be quiet! Although I think it's all a show by the government. This is very relevant. Appreciation goes to all the work from those at BB!

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    5. Are you retarded or what... hard work? The stories are ripped from other news sources so clean the shit off your nose partner. El lp

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    6. @2:17 'proseso' does not allow calloused comments from calloused assholes like you, it does not offer a translation, and they do not post for us on BB, I think yore head has migrated to your nalgas, and illegally, of course, is hiding where the sun don't shines...

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  5. i dont think there should ever existe no such thing as a necessary evil, in life.

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    1. Como decía el profe de inglés, Vague please elaborate...

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    2. Unfortunately it does exist, ugly as it is itserves a purpose." The lesser of two evils"

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    3. 10:27 what has elvis to do with this, he was against drugs, even counseled with nixxon about the fighting the war on drugs

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  6. This guy is only one of many financial operators of El Chapo. The man problably has 20+ dudes doing the same thing as this guy for Chapo.

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  7. Welcome to "Chapo-world"
    :):):):):):):):):)

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  8. who are all the pixels for?, like the people Chapo appointed to kill this guy don't have his photo....

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  9. Maybe he should have a guy to count how many innocent people diefor him to make money that would amaze us

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  10. El de la second picture tiene Cara de Verga Lavada like saying "yo no fui"
    Dear BB: I ain't even using profanity can you please post and translate my very humble point of view...?
    Thank you :)

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    1. 8:28 mann, te la metieron, tu comment.

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  11. Has Anyone Ever gotten any BIG MONEY out of Dea? 5 million??? Does anyone know someone who knows someone who Maybe got even a 100k for info? Or is it all Lies? Or..do I keep my day job?

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    1. I am not dea but if you tell me where i can find chapo and the meeting between him and i goes well, i will give you the 5 million myself.hahaha.

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    2. Is about 8MD 5 US 3.10 mx. 8:03 your a fool

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  12. Another escape from prison using a tunnel? Tunnels have existed for centuries... And those mf'rs still "don't realize" that criminals can use them to their advantage? Is that adelmo niebla gonzalez related to el m grande or waht? .... Seems like all of this chappo this chappo that is all bullshet. Trying to make it look like they are hitting el chapps criminal network hard, all created by themselves along with the mx-governin mierdo cracia. How about that.

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    1. General cienpedos is that you? He-he-heh...

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    2. Major shout out 2 General Cienpedos...

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    3. 10:09 no güey, soy el Sargento Enquetesientas.

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  13. Ok why is that pos face blurred out? All of a sudden he has civil rights? What about the people he killed? Did they have that same right??

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  14. Somebody needs to do this story on D.F., with cartels coming in and the complete takeover of the prisons there by narcos extorting the whole country:

    http://www.sinembargo.mx/26-10-2015/1525678

    http://www.sinembargo.mx/24-10-2015/1527919

    Head of prisons in DF 2008 to 2012? That's right, Celina Oseguera Parra, El Chapo's escape chief, appointed by Osorio Chong.

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  15. Rabobank’s Calexico branch had an unusual problem -- too much cash.





    Among the Dutch bank’s 119 branches in California, the tiny outpost along Mexico’s border needed weekly armored truck visits -- sometimes more than one -- to haul away all the U.S. dollars being deposited.

    The deluge, described by a person familiar with the bank’s operations who said it picked up after 2010, came from businesses just across the border in Mexicali. While other Rabobank branches needed currency to distribute to customers, Calexico was shipping it out.
    A half-dozen U.S. enforcers and regulators are circling Rabobank, a cooperative based in Utrecht that promotes itself as one of Europe’s cleanest and safest banks. Until snared in an industry-wide interest rate-rigging scandal two years ago, the bank had not had a criminal enforcement action or a significant regulatory failing, federal prosecutors said in that case.

    Criminal action related to the anti-money laundering probe would be double trouble for Rabobank, which is still bound by its 2013 deal over the manipulation of benchmark interest rates. The deferred prosecution agreement, set to expire Oct. 29, allows Rabobank to escape criminal charges if it avoids further legal trouble in the U.S.

    The Justice Department could file charges for the old rate-rigging allegations if it finds fresh problems. UBS Group AG was dealt such a blow in May after officials concluded that the bank had failed to root out misconduct on its foreign exchange desk while under a similar agreement. In the Rabobank interest-rate case, U.S. prosecutors said in an Oct. 1 court filing that they might ask for more time to decide on Rabobank

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  16. Why is this motherfuckers face blurred out?

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  17. Them rats love to dig tunnels why do u think chapo and his gay as cartel are good at making tunnels cause they are the biggest snitches pinchis ratas mal paridaz.. haha too funny

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    1. This is so f'cking wrong! "Criminal action related to the anti-money laundering probe would be double trouble for Rabobank, which is still bound by its 2013 deal over the manipulation of benchmark interest rates. The deferred prosecution agreement, set to expire Oct. 29, allows Rabobank to escape criminal charges if it avoids further legal trouble in the U.S." Can we, Please, Please, LEGALIZE?! :-) Seriously.

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    2. FACK ROBOBANK, BANORTE WANTS ITS BUSINESS, will happily acquire all the assets for 10% of the value and pay depositors and shareholders 1%of their loses.

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