Saturday, October 3, 2015

Altiplano Prison: High profile extraditions and transfers were due to security risks

Lucio R. Borderland Beat material from LaRazon (thank you reader)
Transferred to federal prisons in Jalisco, Tamaulipas, Nayarit, and Durango
Not taking chances of another embarrassment, many high risk prisoners are been moved from Altiplano prison. Since Altiplano has the reputation of the most efficient and secure max prison in Mexico, what are the chances of additional high profile escapes?  Before the escape of El Chapo, Altiplano was the only prison in Mexico without a successful prison escape.

The National Safety Commission reported that in cells at Altiplano Prison, the prison El Chapo escaped from, guards found many prohibited items. 

The finding of prohibited items in their cells, along with an attempt to disrupt meal time a week ago and groups that had formed inside the prison of Altiplano, were some of the reasons why the National Security Committee (CNS) conducted the transfer of 39 prisoners, highly dangerous criminals to other prisons around the country.


According to information from the CNS, in recent days a group of inmates tried to sabotage the breakfast time, after refusing to eat. They took their trays, rose and began to beat them as if they were drums.

They explained that this action undertaken as a "protest" to an operation that prison authorities made days before and where they seized  prohibited items found in their cells, including watches and other devices.

Apparently the prison previously had ignored the regulations which states they are not permitted.

After an investigation into prisoners who were forming and leading small groups within the prison, the CNS decided to make the move to depressurize the prison.

These are the reasons that Abigael González Valencia, El Cuini; Miguel Ángel Treviño Morales, El Z40; Rubén Oseguera González, El Menchito; Teodoro García Simental, El Teo, and Omar Treviño Morales, El Z42, among others were transferred on Wednesday to various prisons around the country.

The prisoners were sent to federal prisons in the states of Jalisco, Tamaulipas, Nayarit and Durango.

According to the federal agency reports, following the transfer of these 39 inmates who are considered highly dangerous prisoners, as well as the extradition of another 13 to the United States, also on Wednesday, the current population at Altiplano is now at 900.

Even before the escape of Joaquin El Chapo Guzman, which occurred the night of July 11, the maximum security facility, located in Almoloya de Juarez, State of Mexico, had a population of 1106 prisoners, which exceeded its capacity of  836.


76 comments:

  1. Hell, Z40 has a better chance escaping from a prison in tamaulipas than he does at the altiplano since tamps has always been the home turf for the z's

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    1. Exactly, this is like a nightmare and I can't wake up ! Chapos escape was a fluke, the people involved punished. Now , you're going to move these guys to less secure prisons and in their territories no less. Wow

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    2. Well I highly doubt that because that fed prison el cefereso is just right out side Matamoros and its controlled 110% by the c.d.g its about 3 or 4 miles away from penal de Santa Adelaida

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    3. But who knows man if they got the paper on the right amount and tlands on the right hands i guwss anything its possible

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    4. Simon,word is they broke in like at least 2 prisons to liberate their comradez,that is Los Zetas Originales doe,that's how they freed La Ardilla I think,I wish BB write a lil' something about those out of a movie rescues.........

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    5. They could not get along on their own, the dogfather just put them in college for get along classes and a mexican mafioso convention, they are all ready to go back to their turf, that is all...

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    6. Shit if 40 is sent to a Tamaulipas prison he might get shanked.

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    7. Ain't that the mathafackin' truth?
      That why the devil'zz envoyzz took refuge in the devil's hole, coahuila and then in the land of the greediest of the greediest of the mexicans, el "ezztado de monterrey" when it was over with bertie boy moreira because el jefe zeta osorio chong said so to get behind peña nieto as second in line and possible next presidente, on the meritzz...
      NL GOVERNOR, about to get out, needed all the money in the world for his daddy and family to secretly invest on the US, zeta money made up for some floors on the NL corruption building, with cdg and cds occupying a few other floors...
      Mexican politicians will sell the same real estate to as many buyers as they come, and daddy will help...
      --rodrigo medina, his father and his family all over in Aristegui noticias, enjoy...
      --Zetas=caca...

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  2. So what is up lately? Lots of people on here have been saying that Z40 is trying to escape from prison or something

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  3. Any other news of what's been going on with Z40 in prison?

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  4. Thanks for posting! Do you know exactly which prison Z40 was transferred to?

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    1. Trying to break'm out?

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    2. Send z40 a letter bomb with anthrax and a photo of the donal', naked...

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  5. Wow organization ....they just done fucked up!! They are about to grow and organize the selfes even more!!

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  6. El H, Héctor Beltrán Leyva, was also transferred from Altiplano in the same operation.

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    1. If el H was sent to Nayarit his chances of escaping are almost 100 % his people control the whole state and the governor is on their payroll . H2 one of his liutenants has been in charge for awhile

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  7. This movement of prisoners from one of the "supposedly best" prison in mexico to other prisons is one of the stupidest moves the Mexican government is doing by therefore facilitating the possible escape of these dangerous criminals. I predict that within 6 months one or more of these criminals will escape. Mexico's prisons, mexico's politicians, mexico's government and mexico's cartels are all one in the same mafia. In Mexico money talks and bullshit walks.

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    1. What is worse is that the bull he/she cows' assholes is being wagged by the bullshit, mexican governing narco-mierdocracia going this way and the other aimin' to please the cartel bosses and their master puppeteers...peña nieto must be in 'austrarlia' getting more medals the size of "his" presidential plane to feel taller...

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  8. The persons they should have transferred are the guards who may have allowed the NOT PERMITED items into the prison. The persons who authorized the transfer of this prisoners were played (conned) into making this move. This is what the prisoners wanted.

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  9. Why is it up to the US to clean up Mexicos rash! Those corrupt incompetent Mexicans cant do a damn thing right!

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    1. Actually their Justice System mirrors ours but in all honesty it could be the funds that are generated from our enormous appetite for drugs that keeps people corrupt, so in other words we create the problem making U.S. (us) responsible for the rash.

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    2. Corporate Corrections for Profit of Amerikkka always corrupts the targets they want to acquire...

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  10. The Mexican officials fell for it. Don't be surprised when there are multiple escapes all over Mexico now. You take 30 plus high profile offenders from Altiplano which is suppose to be the most secure then you transfer them to a less secure ones. The fear of another El Chapo escape from Altiplano will just increase the chances of it happening else where.

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  11. A little to late if you ask me......

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  12. Why not send all prisoners from Altiplano to USA ?

    (Imagine Donald Trump's reaction :-)))

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    1. It looks bad if you can't keep your own people in line... Y el macho Mexicano es muy orgulloso. Not to mention their harsher punishment that the ineffective war on drugs created.

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    2. The war on drugs masked the military style takeover of mexico by private armies of criminals while the real police did nothing and the armed forces tripped over their rifles in the scramble for kickback tablescraps to peacefully watch the proceedings...

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    3. 11:05 one guy escapes from peña nieto and his multitrained by the US and france and the mossad, security apparatus, and you do not waste one second before dropping your pinkies for the "mexican macho", makee laugh some more miss...

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  13. Sounds like anotha escape from prison is coming, that human eating dog of treviño why that bitch hasnt been extradited yet?? Are they waiting for the escape like chapo guzman or what. . . Smfh.

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    1. Z40 was found with 2 million dollars in cash when he was first captured in 2013. He probably used all that money to bribe Mexico into not letting him get extradited

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  14. Send them to the USA via extradition for the crimes they have committed or conspired to commit with others. The BOP won't put up with any of that crap, and there's a snowball's chance in hell for escape.

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    1. Honey, the BOP can't deal with all the cell phones and socks full of mariguana and other exotic things stuck up in the arses of their expert career criminals all over the US getting more prisoners will make it worse, and these mexican perps have been practicing with their I Pads...

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  15. This sound like a chapo move to restore order with in the mafia z40 back in tamps could only mean he is in business if la tuta and chapo made peace inside why wouldn't he do it with others to take care of mencho

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  16. If cuini and menchito are sent to jalisco they will probably escape

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    1. Zs in Jalisco will be killed, in tamps will escape, in jalisco cuinis and menchito will escape or live like kings..what a joke. Apparently the protest worked.

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  17. So they put them in prisons on their home turf where they have more chances of escaping or being busted out. Hmmmm genious...

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    1. Promises have been made and kept, they have kissed and made out, the dead will never come back, but that is their pedo...

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  18. Do you know if Z40 was one of the ones banging the trays? I've always wanted to know what his behaviour was like in prison.

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    1. No he was one of the ones in charge that's why they moved them

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  19. The genius Mexican government probably put Z40 and Z42 in Tamps and Cuini and Menchito in Jalisco. Maybe even El Teo in Durango so his CDS buddies can bust him out too. After all, the Mexican authorities have a brilliant track record at keeping prisoners in a secure and stable environment. Take the countless riots in prisons in Tamps and Juarez for example, or El Chapo's escape.

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  20. Mexican government has been paid again, the kingpins will just rook, like as if "it is chess..." some frequent BB commenter says, after learning to coordinate in almoloya school they are ready to take back their feudal domains whilst working coordinated with the other perps...

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  21. hang every single one, get all the left over circus lions and feed them to the lions..

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  22. I seriously doubt they sent them to their home turf I think the contrary. Like Z-40 and Z-42 were sent to Jalisco Menchito and Cuñis to Tamaulipas. Sent to opposing turf so their own workers will not work to get them out.

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  23. PRI Government is very accommodating to their Drugs Lords.

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  24. and remember there is no penalty for escaping or attempting to escape prison in Mexico, unless a crime is committed in the process. For example some one was killed.

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    1. Yeah, something like , it's only human nature, to want to escape punishment and confinement. Maybe a POW, not a POS! So, what if one of those "prisoners" are caught, trying to escape, is it a law against attempting, an escape?

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  25. Miguel Trevino aka "Z40" was transferred to

    El centro penitenciario de Puente Grande, Jalisco (greater Guadalajara

    It is considered one of the most corrupt prisons in the federal "max" system and where chapo escaped some 14 years ago.

    They have a cushy life there, money talks, lots of fiestas and rec time here is an article in spanish but try the translator to get the gist of it

    http://www.informador.com.mx/jalisco/2015/604397/6/fiesta-en-la-carcel-de-puente-grande.htm

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    1. Money does talk there, chapo paid like 5 to 10 million dollars to escape from there in 2001. Z40 is probably going to make some sort of deal with the prison guards there so he can escape...

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    2. Puente grande's a joke....chapo easily got out of there in 2001 just by bribing the prison guards 5 to 10 million dollars....Z40 is probably going to do the same just so he can escape

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    3. Chivis where did you find the info that Z40 was transferred to Jalisco? I believe it, I just want to know where to find the info because I google search him almost every day to see if there are any updates.

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    4. it was in a jalisco newspaper. Here is the thing though. He won an amparo just 6 months or so ago to be transferred to altiplano to make it easier for family to visit both he and omar. so what happened with that? how can he now be transferred if he has behaved. which reports say he has and he is very respectful. so now they can transfer? supposedly the government confirmed his transfer back to jalisco. but I have not checked into it further. maybe you can see what's up?

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    5. Not so much of a joke that's where el mochomo was and look where he is at now lmao

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    6. @ Chivis I can definitely look more into it if you can point me in the right direction. Should I try to find an online Jalisco newspaper?
      The only thing I've been able to find about him recently is that he organized a dance party near the prison (in his honor or something, he wasn't there).

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    7. I hope they shank his motherfackin' ass in puente.grande, goodbye z40

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    8. 12:25 Is z40 your family or something? Seems like your always defending the bitch...

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    9. Won't happen he was in puente grande to begin with and got moved to altiplano now he's back to not seeing his family and 24 hour locked down to what I read on newspapers here in Jalisco

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  26. Sounds like EARLY RELEASE is ahead for these fools.

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  27. All of. A sudden chapo escapes and everyone is going to escape don't be stupid people they will not allow the ones who hurt society in chapos case he doesn't go up against government he's out the same way he was let out to take care of the arelleanos now he's out to take care of mencho but with Rafa I between I think that's gunna be tuff unless Rafa flips on chapo but how can he flip on a Sinaloa ?the underworld has no order

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  28. if all of these transfered cartel Capos were sent to prisons that are on the "turf" of opposing cartels wouldn't this be dangrearous for them since they would be in a prison full of the opposing cartel members BUT their bosses are being held at the other prisons, so if they kill one Capo the then other would be in danger of a retaliation hit so in theory it would make sense to strike a "safety" deal ASAP. "We take care of your Capo and you take care of ours" kinda of thing which will form alliances amongst them and possibly create unified Cartels.
    Thoughts?

    Cristero

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    1. Who cares! let them kill each other. That would be very nice indeed.

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    2. start a thread on forum..sounds logical

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  29. cuini needs 20 miilion and he's out,trust me! he'll be out soon,mark my words!!

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    1. You should try to help him out make some phone calls pull some strings

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  30. The Mexican government is seriously retarded as fuck.how the hell are they gonna say after chapo escapes the prison was doing everything they could from another escape,and now they wanna send capos to other prisons how the hell is this considered the best prison but now there sending them to other prisons where they could escape a while lot better from what the fuck

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  31. Fernando Sanchez Arellano? He is not really a threat is he?

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  32. My thought is if these capos DO get sent to their territory prisons it's probably one of the conditions of their capture maybe that's part of the deal they made to be captured, it would make sense since most of them were caught with out a single shot. Because I know for a fact most of them would go out guns blazing we all know how corrupt the justice system is I'm sure they could gather up more than 2 mill to bribe some one to live in a home prison. And if they are NOT sent to their home but rivals it only means one thing they are going to be sent to their deaths pretty much. Just my 2 cents

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  33. My thought is if these capos DO get sent to their territory prisons it's probably one of the conditions of their capture maybe that's part of the deal they made to be captured, it would make sense since most of them were caught with out a single shot. Because I know for a fact most of them would go out guns blazing we all know how corrupt the justice system is I'm sure they could gather up more than 2 mill to bribe some one to live in a home prison. And if they are NOT sent to their home but rivals it only means one thing they are going to be sent to their deaths pretty much. Just my 2 cents

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  34. Has it occurred to anyone that maybe El Chapo and associates are behind this transfer? I remember hearing Chapo squashed beefs with other cartel members when he was at Altiplano. With his connects both in the underworld and in the government I see a possibility they paid the man to make this happen.

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  35. This is el señor de Los cielos in real life notice everything that happened In that shit it happend in real life but remember it was all after this had been recorded Mexico trying to be like America using cover up?and letting people know it's going to happen?????so many questions so little answers ATT EL SEÑOR DE LA T AKA TE COJO

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  36. They are not going to escape. They are going to be let out clandestinly as has been done since forever and they will come back only for an official head count. Then theyll go back out living their regular narco lives. i guess having all those rich narcos concentrated in one prison wasnt too cool with the other wardens. They wanted their cut too. Remember, the only way Mexico extradites people is if they are no longer of any use to them. Which means they either ran out of money or lost their power or refused to pay. Usually they run out of money.

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  37. Mira pinche lavacarrozz...manta by el chapo...
    --Now: "...pinche lavacarrozz, dame un besito y te doy otro pa' trás, y cierren la rosca muchachas vamos a bailar tejano..."
    --Next time these mexican narcos get together, on el DF, it will be to sit and crap on the presidential chair, it happened before...and it will be the same puppet masters behind it all, as before...

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  38. 100% z-40 is gonna bust out.thats the word ont he street.
    in a couple of months or so everyone will see what i been saying all along.
    he almost escaped when chapo did. but this time he will escape 100%. just watch

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  39. Mexico is such a f*cking joke! you're messed up and your country is a failed state. Seriously, what's wrong with you?

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    1. it isnt just mexico. lets be honest here. its a lot of factors that come into play when you look at mexico and the war on drugs.
      if the united states didnt comsume so much drugs i doubt mexico would be as bad as it is. and yes i live in the united states, not in mexico. but i know for sure mexico isnt a joke by any means. this is a very hard problem to deal with. god bless mexico and its people.

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