Thursday, November 19, 2015

Second in command of CJNG captured

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

[ Subject Matter: Ivan Cazarin Molina
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required]



Reporter: Milenio Digital
Ivan Cazarin Molina or Victor Hugo Delgado Renteria, identified as second in command of the CJNG, was detained this morning during an surprise operation in this State, informed the Commissioner General of the Federal Police, the second in command of CJNG was allegedly involved in the attack on the military helicopter this past May 1st.

Also the supreme court of justice of the nation, denied an amparo of the narco trafficker Rafael Caro Quintero, who sought to invalidate the 40 year prison sentence given to him for the assassination of Enrique Camarena Salazar, a DEA agent in 1985.







In the press conference, the commissioner general of the Federal Police, Enrique Galindo, stated that the capture of Cazarin Molina was possible thanks tot he coordinated work between different Federal Police departments and the arrest was made without a shot fired.

He detailed that the subject is a direct informant of the leader of the CJNG Nemesio Oseguera, El Mencho, and was on the list of priority objectives of the Federal Government.

Cazarin Molina established his operations in the metropolitan zone of Guadalajara. He has seven previous investigations for distinct Federal crimes like, crimes against health, illegal extraction of hydro carbons, kidnapping and homicide.

Authorities are also investigating his probably participation in the attack on a military helicopter at the beginning of May this year, in the town of Villa Purificacion, Jalisco.

Galindo said that the detention of Cazarin Molina occured on Wednesday morning in a dwelling in the colonia Hacienda la Candelaria, in the town of Tlajomulco de Zuniga.

From this house he presumably controlled his illegal activities during and day, and used the house for parties in the evenings.

The functionary indicated that together with Ivan Cazarin Molina or Victor Hugo Delgado Renteria, 31 years of age, also detained were Marco Antonio Rocha Garcia and Yahir Martinez Mora, both 19 years of age, also Rafael Ortega Aquino, 31 years of age.

The subjects were transferred to Mexico City and put at the disposition of SEIDO.

Original article in Spanish at Milenio

52 comments:

  1. Dude, his face looks like a baked potato with a toupee on top.

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    1. Most relevant comment of all time! Ha-ha

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  2. Good bust! Way to go DEA and the United States (because you know good & well the corrupt Mexican government had nothing to with this)!

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    1. As Chivis has said several times, of the Police forces in Mexico, the Federals are the least likely to be under narco control and are the most trusted of the Police Forces.

      This arrest was made by Federal forces who arrived un-announced for the operation, and did not try to coordinate with the other Police agencies as they are more likely to be under narco control.

      This certainly seems a blue print for the way to go, I would not be surprised in the slightest if the Federal Police were not working very closely with the DEA and CIA. Working quickly, with intel from those USA agencies gives them best chance of affecting arrests that are worth while in the grander scheme of things.

      It also points to the Federal Police having some autonomy from the Government. This does represent a step forward. Baja California Sur Governor has realized this is the only way to go and is starting to get help from the USA state dept on how to run his Police forces.

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    2. 1:22 they just may appear to have "other masters" with "other priorities"...
      Like all the poolice organizations in mexico, the federales are under peña nieto's command, and peña nieto is too busy whitewashing the murdering all over mexico.
      --As Putin says, the US comes in only to steal all they can, but not oneexican will be making even minimum US wages...BC norte o sur, does not have the money to pay for help from the US, but the US knows how to collect, and generate a biiig flow of refugees, as in syria, Lebanon libya etc etc etc, now the EU can't find the door...
      --the US comes in, and will be claiming the BC for the 51st and 52nd states of the US... but no mexican needs apply, dogs welcome...

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    3. Policia Federal are AFI or were? The SSP is corrupt like the AFI, both genaro garcia luna's "creations", all police corporations in mexico are corrupt, because their chiefs are corrupt and their commander in chief IS corrupt, and all the shit rolls downhill with their corruption, no matter how many smiles they give chivis or otis or me, I know them better than that...

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  3. Cuff and hog tie him, then place him face down in the armor truck take him all the way to DF. Make sure he fells every speed bump and brake check him all the way. Let the road and truck beat the crap out of him.

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    1. Hit them topes at speed.

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  4. So he aint so brave after all solo enboscando i mata amarrados son esos cjng dan pena los weyes the police should had put a bullet in his head , i dont want my taxes to feed this fucker give him shit and dirty water while he is in jail , hope to hear joto mencho is captured next

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    1. He will likely be captured. Too many hits to CJNG to quickly. Pena Nieto must really be upset. I say they hold a narco summit kill Nieta and over throw mexican congress .

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    2. 10:22 the helicopter they shot down was not tied up to anything, we don't know if this perp is the one that did that, AND let's not forget that ENRIQUE FRANCISCO GALINDO. CEBALLOS LIKE HIS DRUG TRAFFICKING UNCLE JULIO WHO WAS CALLED "JULITO" as a young boy, a "detective" with hundreds of cases "solved" and a fiction writer and "psicologista" caught selling illegal weapons with other zetas, is a mass murdering porro, zeta from the start, murderer of his own SSP de San Luis Potosi commanders and serial fabricator of guilty parties, extortionist, fraudster...whoay get anybody convicted of murdering anybody else they want, even with a chicken leg...

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  5. Execute the scum cockroaches...better yet - send them to Syria lets see how bad they are then.

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    1. Those shithead ISIL fucks would rape these Mexican cowards and chop them to pieces.

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    2. Let us hear what you would do..

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  6. Good let them all get caught. Less competition for Mr guzman. Atte el morroñis de la palma navolato, sinaloa ajuuaa

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    1. I agree Mr.G and Mr.Z are the true top narcos only they can stir the pot of shit with a political stick and fan out the stench to the rest of the people. Cause they didn't start the narco wars at all.

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    2. Andaban de camotes el CJNG y Los Chapos quesque contra Los Zetas. Aver ahora quien podra denfenderlos? Estos putos haci no van a durar y sin ellos Los Chapos no van a poder solos.

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    3. I agree you guys are squirrels because you are gobbling up Mr. G and Mr. Z's nuts like it's going out of style. But hey do you. Be the best damn nut gobbler you can be 11:04 and 1:28.

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    4. @9:57
      I think 1:28 was being sarcastic

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    5. Oops my bad 1:28. I did not see the sarcasm at the end. My apologies.

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    6. 1:28. Any narco is not good but Chapo and Mayo didn't start the narco wars. In Tijuana AFO had been killing Chapos people for a while until he hit back besides even other cartels were fighting AFO back then. In Juarez, Vicente Carillo Funtes had a reputation as a hot head and was causing problems. But I guess no body really challenged Chapo to go at them however Juarez was allied to Zetas before 2008. And the Tamalipaus wars were started by chapo seeing an opportunity. So he did start that.

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    7. Thank you, the ring of truth is in your words 9:24

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    8. Zetas were allied to Juarez because of Chapo aggression toward the CF so today's drug war was started by Chapo's CDS. Once Chapo broke out of prison and turned on the Carrillos who helped him escape that's when the shit hit the fan. When Chapo had Rodolfo Carrillo Fuentes killed that marks the start of the modern day drug war as we know it. Vicente didn't really come into the picture until after Rodolfo was assassinated. Vicente was a hot head because Chapo had his brother marked. It wasn't the AFO. Yes he AFO had a lot to do with the wars in the 1990's but by 2004 the AFO was too weak to start a war. Your info is partly correct 9:254 but not for this drug war partner.

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    9. Zetas, CAF and CDJ joined because they were no match for the CDS, not because of "chapo aggression", after they started kicking chapo on the shins...
      --Blo joined them too after peña nieto and genaro garcia luna took down "el barbas", and after they took down alfredo el mochomo..."to heat up the plaza"...

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  7. Great job Mexico! One step closer to El Mencho. Hopefully extridate him and Rafeal if they ever find him. The only way to ensure they don't continues to fo business from prison or excape, is to get them to the IS! Viva Mexico! God bless the innocents. Peace!

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  8. Shouldnt Mexico be suffering from over crowded prison already??

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    1. Not really, because they are already released before the book-in processing is finished.

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    2. They are hahahaha

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  9. Off Topic, but ROFLMAO:

    México puede quedar fuera de Juegos Olímpicos por injerencia de Alfredo Castillo:

    http://aristeguinoticias.com/1811/kiosko/mexico-puede-quedar-fuera-de-juegos-olimpicos-por-injerencia-de-alfredo-castillo/

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  10. i have met this guy three different times before.
    he is a good guy. full of jokes and it was like everyone in the room respected this guy.
    he was handing out money to anyone who needed it and funny enough he was drinking tecate the whole time he was handing money out jajajaja.
    but yeah this could be bad for el mencho. i hope ivan will be able to escape or bribe his way out jajajaja. he doesnt deserve to be in a prison. there are a lot of mexican officials who should be in a prison cell before ivan.

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    1. A good GUY ? Anyone who wreaks havoc on a whole society is a pice of s----! He would probably rape your sister and slash you in the throat if you rubbed him the wrong way.
      Plus he drinks TECATE ? Who the hell in their right taste buds drink that mop water !

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    2. 1:04
      LOL ok let's forget what happened earlier this year when CJNG turned the state upside down.

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  11. They need to find chapo the snitch first!! Not these replaceable cats...onother one just took his place and business as usual....

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  12. never even heard of this guy. decoy give up from mencho

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    1. More like radio tracing and mapping and recovering data from cellphones from other top busted narcos in CJNG.

      It's over for them I'm sure. Here come los zetas to all the Pacific states . Bravo asi se hace! Chingen al LA gente mas.

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    2. THE z'S ARE TAKING A DIVE!

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    3. The Elite Zetas are now in government, they have the army, marinas, poolice...and don't need any zetas for shit anymore...they will have to wait until the new elections to see who promises them a "better life" without sending them to prison welfare or to the other world...oh, and steaks instead of maruchan, and better pay...

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    4. Don't think ZETAS are taking a dive, they're under "new management." When, new management comes in, they clean house, it's policy. Who's the next line up of command for the Z....

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  13. Yeah sure I bet it is crowded by prison. Why don't you go look and see for your self. Mexico is not all murders and cartel, that is mostly on the border city's smart one. Also if you actually think about it America has people that do crap also. Mexico has fun beaches to go with your family and circuses just like the U.S. So next time y'all think about writing something that makes fun of Mexico or you say something that is not true because you have never been ( and if you have it was probably a border town so you hear about the cartel a lot) see for your self.

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    1. Your exactly right. I suspect most people that post hear don't read or travel a 10th of what you seem to. Thanks for puttin some reality into the dialogue!

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    2. Hey buddy I need u to gobble up this here doing. Mexico sucks right now

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  14. Chapo snitching again.

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    1. Hahahah I doesn't even make sense but at least it made me laugh.

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    2. Here it is more clearly. El Chapo is going after el Mencho with full force. The question is who will have the better political backup?

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  15. If the Mexican Federales said he is second in charge of CJNG then it has to be true. LOL!!!

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  16. 2nd in charge? Lmao..then why didnt they do survellience until he led them to Mencho? Because its all BS thats why. The Mexican govt thinks everyone is stupid.

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    1. The mexican government is second in command of drug trafficking, the US is second in command of drug trafficking money laundering after the foreign banks that own all the mattafackin' centavos...
      --Anybody's traveling is not proof of anything, keep traveling until you find something, like "not paid by the government propaganda"

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  17. If they get Mencho soon it will be a great day I guess but it really doesn't seem like they are going after CJNG or CDS.

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    1. You're so right on that, 9:29 PM CJNG seem to be the New Big Deal. Wonder what their arrangements are with CDS, or if they are "enemies."

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    2. More like arrangements with Uncle Sam.

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  18. Big hit to the CJNG... Good job by the Mexican federal police... Takes a lot of guts to go arrest a guy like this

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