Thursday, October 22, 2015

PGR and Mexican Navy search the house of Emma Coronel in Sinaloa

The search for Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman was extended today to a house of his wife Emma Coronel Aispuro, located in the Hidalgo neighborhood of Culiacan Sinaloa.

Staff of the Attorney General's Office (PGR), in coordination with members of the Secretariat of the Navy, stormed and searched Thursday morning two houses, one in Amado Nervo Street between Columbus and Escobedo, owned by the couple's most wanted fugitive.

The Hidalgo colony is located east of the capital of Sinaloa, very near the center as it was reported on RioDoce Web Site.


According to unofficial information, with this house it will be ten the houses searched by the PGR between Tuesday and today in the state of Sinaloa.


Yesterday the head of the PGR, Arely Gomez revealed that Edgar Coronel Aispuro, was the mastermind in the escape of his brother in law, "El Chapo" Guzman, who last week was about to be apprehended.






This article was translated from Proceso


66 comments:

  1. Hopefully they are using technology to check for tunnels. LOL

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  2. Again, tax dollars at work..bla, bla bla, flexing for who? The American Gov?... Shit it's the Americans (DEA) that are laughing watching the Mexican Feds and Military run around on bogus leads...

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  3. No shit....family is the last place Chapo wants to be at....run Chapo dont even go to your moms house.

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  4. So edgar coronel confessed or the pgr is only suppossing?
    --Would be nice if arely gomez the televisa delegate to the pgr found the missing Azcarraga drug trafficker who escaped from the US, or at least disappear the records to help family, you know...

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    1. No you are wrong. They know what they are doing OK.

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  5. SANTA CLARITA, Calif. – Escaped Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman reportedly had a matching pair of toy tunnels delivered to his three-year old twin daughters in California today.

    El Chapo (Shorty) sent the six-foot Playhut toy tunnels to the youngest of his ten children. The girls live with California-born mother Emma Coronel Aispuro, Guzman’s most recent wife and 2007’s Coffee and Guava Queen at a home in Santa Clarita.

    UPS delivery man Victor Torres confirms that he delivered a package to the beauty queen’s address early Thursday morning. “It was an Overnight delivery. A large flat box and pretty light for its size. It came from Toys R Us,” he said to the growing number of reporters camped out in front of the pink, but otherwise understated home.

    When asked about the tunnels, Playhut sales executive Bonnie Stevens said, “The girls will love the tunnels. They’re one of our best-selling products. Colorful, lightweight and portable, the 18-inch diameter is the perfect size for children to reenact an escape of their own. Papi Guzman could probably hide in there, too.” Considered the most powerful drug trafficker in the world, El Chapo, who is associated with the Sinaloa cartel, escaped a Mexican maximum-security prison after slipping through a 20-inch by 20-inch hole in his cell’s shower, he followed a well-equipped, mile-long tunnel to a fake construction site and freedom."

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  6. SHIT JUST GOT REAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  7. Bb please stop feeding into the media's poor attempt to the Mexican ppl that they're looking for El chapo.

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    1. Yea, some of the mainstream media crap isn't BB material, or at least what the readership expects from this publication. Don't quite get why such "stuff" gets posted, unless it's solely for comedic value.

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  8. Dear Borderland beat,

    Can you do a story on Adolfo Costanzo? the godfather of matamoros ? the serial killing shaman/drug dealer? his time was before the internet, borderland beat etc..His wikipedia page reads like a crazy tarantino movie.

    sincerely,
    loyal reader.

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    1. El pinchi constanzo is dead, wiki his ass, google, but Alfredo Castillo de Cagada was using a cuban sexotherapista santera to consult his decisions when he was comisionado michoacan, it was all she said and it got done, I still can't believe it...

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  9. Hahahahahahaha! Chapo reportedly suffered from a broken leg while avoiding apprehension and the marina still could not catch him! If they couldn't catch him now imagine when his leg heals? What an embarrassment for the marina!

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    1. What's embarrassing is a Mexi-hick who was born in the mountains who doesn't know how to ride a four wheeler. What's next? Chapo falling off a horse and breaking his neck. Or shooting a hole in his foot with the Cuerno de Chivo that he never shoots. That's my kind of drug lord alright.

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    2. Have you ever been in this area? You could literally just walk a short distance and not even be found by anyone if that was your intention. I have been all over that range in my youth doing research and collecting samples. You could get lost very easy and never be found even if you wanted to. Just like in Vietnam, the enemy was almost impossible to rout out.

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    3. You know nothing and should keep your mouth shut instead. Let the experts do the talking.

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  10. Messing with the mans wife and kids is a doucher move much like they would in the US. Theyre shaking the bees nest at a time when he might be thinking he has nothing to lose if he were to retaliate against la marina.

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    1. Chapo nor his people have the balls to retaliate against the Marina. If he did happen to grow a pair and retaliate it would be the biggest mistake he ever made. He would die for sure within days of the action taken. If I were you I wouldn't be too emotional vested in Chapo's life. He is a fugitive and all people related to him by marriage or by blood are fair game. It sucks but that's what happens when you play drug lord.

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  11. Check the Michoacan Mountains

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  12. Not sure if these are normal procedures by mexican law enforcement but in the us, when you have a relative on the run for a serious offense best believe that law enforcement will raid your house and make things very inconvenient for you as a tactic to give him up. A majestate only needs a reason to believe and he signs off on it!

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  13. Quick question: so in this article and the early one concerning the searching of Chapo's brothers home, the exact address or in this case almost the exact address is given to the public. So I'm assuming that no one from his family would ever occupy these houses again, as sicarios from an enemy cartel would probably try and assault these houses at some point if they could? Or is security that tight even after these raids that a truck full of armed men couldn't pull up one night?

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    1. I'm sure it wasn't any secret as to who lived in these houses. And no, I don't know why rival factions don't pull up one night.

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    2. All the big capos have a rule don't mess with their families and that rule is respected by all

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    3. I don't think anyone will attempt to attack the family. Chapo's mother house location is no secret and yet till today no one has done anything.

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    4. Yeah, El Chapo's mother's home, is one of the most protected homes, in all of Mexico! I am sure, his "people", are all well protected. After all, the entire town's people, support him and sand by him firmly, including all of the govt officials there.

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  14. I'm sure those houses have very good security systems and if a vehicle full of strangers pulls up they will be confronted by several vehicles of CDS before they ever get through the front door.

    In fact, when they caught him the first time and found the bath tub tunnels didn't they say he owned like 4 or 5 houses on whatever street it was on? I'd bet that wherever his wife(s) live there is another house full of armed men within sight.

    Besides all that him and Mayo really do own like 90% of Culiacan. There are still a few loyal BLO neighborhood groups but I doubt they would want the kind of trouble it would bring to murder Chapo's wife. Bad for business in a big way,

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  15. Check Pena Nieto house

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  16. What a crappy neighborhood the wife of the most "powerful" drug lord lives in. You would think Chapo could find her a much nicer place to live with all his "billions" of dollars. Oh well I guess its better to be flashy rich and put yourself first than to take care of your family. Kind of like when he failed to take care of Arturo, Edgar and Ernesto. Tisk Tisk Chapo!!

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  17. I'm sure you don't spot it right away but there's probably a heavy presence of eyes, ears, & artillery...

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  18. Nomas se andan aciendo pendejos. Ellos mismos lo dejaron salir

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  19. If they really want to find him, they need to check on all the recent miss teen Sinaloa s. I'm sure he's with one of them!

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  20. With the hurricane that's approaching they really arnt gunna catch him I will go into a cave and that's the end of that beside mayo said it he isn't in one place for more than 2 days you really think chapo was in those cabins since he escaped ? Crazy cuz each cabin fits 40 people all 3 cabins where occupied by him and his men

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  21. This is a typical Mexican Dog & Pony Show. Do any of you idiots really believe the nonsense they are feeding you? Same government and military that has 43 students missing. Long live Chapo. My only question is, who is writing this script? The Mexican Government or the DEA/CIA? Special forces can't catch a man who JUST broke his leg? They are a very special kind of special force, LMFAO. The sad thing is the Mexican people believe this bull. Keep the sheep moving and the wolves will win. All this and no one asks about the Dr in prision who was supposed to be released months ago. Mexico is the laughing stock of the world. Can any of you half wits say REVOLUTION???

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    1. IMO the CIA writes the script.

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  22. He'll never be caught with Santa Muerte on his side!! lol

    ps: im being sarcastic!

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    1. @8:03 looks like you are fantasizing about El Chapo and dying in his arms, locona!

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  23. Larry joto Hernandez arrived in South Carolina wearing tights sweats hahaha ready to be someones bitch!!

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  24. Larry Hernandez has GIMP PANTS ON!!

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  25. Too funny, the corrupt Mexican government had him. And they let him buy his way out. It's obvious all these raids are just for show.

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  26. There must be better areas to live in if your family is worth billions. I guess putting kids in the best school so they do not follow your steps is not a top priority. Break the cycle. I had a girlfriend in college that their family was working with Guero Palma and the old lady had a wall with pictures of the dead males in her family. There was a lot of pictures on that wall. But she had four brand new trucks in the garage that she could use. What a way to live.

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  27. He is in michoacan...

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  28. New Amparo against Chapos extradition to the US. Wonder how much that judge just made ?

    http://riodoce.mx/narcotrafico-2/chapo-guzman/juez-ampara-a-el-chapo-contra-extradicion-a-eu

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  29. Nacho coronel ayudo con la fuga del chapo

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  30. They should be trying to shutdown CJNG , CDS helps the poor and thats why they are respected unlike the zetas

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  31. Yeah I'm sure he'll be in a house that is owned by a known associate. Ahahah this is pretty good show. I find it strange that they haven't raided his mothers house EVER. Not even last time. But they obviously will let him have some time catching up with his mom before they decide to 'search'.

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  32. Yes Mexican government, he's really going to be at the house registered to his WIFE!!! This is beyond pathetic. I'm sure if you can find him if you ask the politicians that were on his cell phone bill. American, Mexican, Guatemalan, etc...

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  33. well i am in sinaloa right now, and they are shooting up the houses of the people from la sierra, but i mean... they say so innocent.... who do these guys work for? who do they protect in the same hills? in these small towns the word gets around quick, and im sure they all know who they are protecting, in my opinion its just so corrupt, the military, marina or whatever, is one step ahead because of the infiltration from chapo. this guy is being protected by the gov, and the DEA will have to take him out like escobar, gov doesnt care if he is dead, these narcos are like fukin cockaroaches, u will have another boss tomorrow, but he has those generals on his payroll to turn a blind eye.

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  34. It was evening in Ajalpan when two young pollsters from Mexico's capital ducked into a store to conduct a survey about tortilla consumption.
    Someone didn't like it, and they called the cops. "There are suspicious people on Guerrero Street. They're asking a lot of questions," the anonymous tipster reported, Police Chief Juan Manuel González said.
    Rumors spread recently in this part of southeastern Puebla state by word-of-mouth and on social media: Someone is kidnapping children to snatch their organs, folks said. Many grew furious with the mayor for purportedly failing to ensure public safety, though authorities say they have not received a single complaint of an abduction.
    Local media in Puebla say there have been as many as 10 incidents of vigilantism against suspected criminals in the last year resulting in three deaths, but there are no official accounts to corroborate that. Such cases rarely make it to the courts.
    "The phenomenon of lynching or people taking the law into their own hands, and the frequency with which it has presented itself in the state of Puebla, is evidence of the fragile rule of law," the National Human Rights Commission said.
    The bloodshed in Ajalpan shocked people across Mexico, in part because it quickly became clear the two victims were only young pollsters doing their job, but the mob killed them anyway.
    As police took José and David to City Hall to try to protect them, angry people surrounded the building. Initially deemed suspicious for asking a lot of questions, the Copados were now accused of molesting a local girl.
    The crowd, by now some 2,000 strong, began to pelt the building with rocks.
    González, the police chief, tried to move the Copados to safety on the second floor. But people broke inside and began trashing the place as the brothers looked on in shock.
    The mob dragged them outside and beat them to death. One young man, his face obscured by a motorcycle helmet, splashed the bodies with gasoline and set them on fire.
    Jeannette Rodríguez was attending a dance class at the building and saw the violence. She said she didn't join in, but shared the frustration voiced by the crowd.
    "That's not the method we should use," she said during a community meeting a few days later to discuss the killings. "But something has to be done."
    A group of mothers gathered around her agreed. Each one had a tale of violence and woe that supposedly happened in the town.
    "There are disappearances. There are thefts of children. There are kidnappings. There is a girl who turned up eight days ago with her organs missing," said Gabriela Vázquez, president of a parents' committee. "The authorities say no, but all this is happening. It's true."
    Vázquez said she is also a police officer. On her legs were bandages — the result of injuries suffered trying to defend the brothers, she said.
    A day before the killings, a Facebook group called "Ajalpan Actual," which has nearly 5,000 followers, published an item about a girl who had supposedly gone missing.
    Days earlier another Facebook page called "Ajalpan" carried the following message: "In the last two weeks there have been reports of the disappearance of two girls approximately 15 years of age. Recommend reporting suspicious vehicles and/or people. Please, may we not remain silent and if we see something, act, report cars and license plates etc. We need to take care of ourselves."
    Guzmán, Ajalpan's municipal secretary, told the Associated Press that there has been no formal complaint or evidence matching the Facebook reports.
    "People on social media are committing very irresponsible acts by spreading false information," he said.
    Vázquez, the mother and police officer, said: "The town will live with remorse knowing what it has done."

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    1. These kinds of incidents occur to soften the people and in fact to help them demand the "Mando Unico Fuerzas", planting stories about invented disappearances and mutilations work wonders, the masked hellrisers sure are from the government, just like this past October 2 2015 at the protests by the National palace for October 1972 Halconazo of Luis Echeverria Alvarez, "El Halcon Presidencial"

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    2. Check the movie: CANOA

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  35. Give me a break. You have one chaparo make another chaparo (EPN) bien apenado publico luego you say EPN does not want Chapo? You can not be Mexican and say this

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  36. If the reports are true that Chapo had his daughters with him, Emma colonel must be in custody!
    I doubt she would've escaped on an ATV with the daughters.
    Any reports on this????

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  37. Maybe Patricia will get Chapo!

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  38. Dear Borderland Beat:
    This is turning into a Chapo-novela,ya dejen de darle al pueblo atole con el dedo,if they really wanted Chapo,they just get him,he ain't gonna be captured again,I repeat,he ain't getting caught,period.

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  39. Hahahha come on guys why don't u post my beats I'm just laughing at all the Chapo hatters by the way guys the U.S can't have him even if the arrest him again witch I doubt will happen he just won that in court today .. Again

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  40. Doesn't look like Emma's living in a millionaire hood let alone on 'Billionaire Row'. -Canadian girl

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  41. Rival factions don't pull up because se los lleva patas de cabra, no todo mundo es su pendejo.
    El chapo es un genio, ya desjundilló almoloya, el altiplano's "Maximum Security", nomás pa' que vean quien es su mero padre!!!

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  42. You will not catch anyone that you are NOT LOOKING for...

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  43. Like Saddam and Bin Laden and dozens of others, Chapo was allowed to exist and grow because he was a USA asset.
    And like Saddam and Noriega and dozens of others once he becomes a liability he and his organization will be destroyed!
    Just a little info for the low IQ of how the American empire works!

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    1. He never was, is, or will ever be an asset.

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    2. Read the documentation at the Vincente Zambada trial!

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  44. Mexico has 300 million us $$$ reasons to capture Chapo! A $$$ expression on Chapo's escape!
    That's the recent welfare cut to Mexico to fight drug trafficking!
    Who's your $$$ Daddy Mexico!
    Fact!

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    1. 4:02 mexico got about 5 millions "deduction" equal to about 15% deduction, mexico will still receive close to 170 million dollars and a report, maybe another trip to france, --fack the mexicans, long live the Mierda Accords!

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    2. Who's your daddy Mexico ?

      El Chapo of course

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