Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Zeta Leader for Poza Rica and Orizaba arrested

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

[ Subject Matter: Alejandro Castro
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Alejandro Castra Alfonso, alleged zeta leader in Poza Rica and Orizaba, Veracruz


Reporter: Patricia Davila
Federal forces detained Alejandro Castro Alfonso, alleged leader of the Zetas in Poza Rica and Orizaba, Veracruz, he is one of the 122 priorities of the actual Government, informed Renato Sales Heredia, National Commissioner for Security.

Castro Alonso, who also goes under the name Pascual Sandoval Oritz, is related to a criminal group dedicated to drug trafficking, robbery and the theft and sale of hydrocarbons, as well as extortion and kidnapping.




The alleged capo had criminal cells under his control that carried out drug dealing in Oaxaca and Veracryz, as well as some cities in Chiapas and Campeche.

Also he controlled other groups dedicated to Gasoline theft in Campeche and Veracruz.

Sales Heredia said the detention of Alejandro Castro Alfonso, was the result of six months of investigation, that they identified him moving in a car in the Boulevard de las Naciones, in Queretaro.

In this city they carried out the operation that permitted his capture without firing a shot, he added

At the moment of his detention, those responsible found a rifle, spare magazines and an amount of wraps with allegedly cocaine inside, they also confiscated his vehicle.

According to Sales Heredia, this person is responsible for the transit of drugs from the south of the country to Tamaulipas and Coahuila.

The detained was being held at the PGR centre in Queretaro while the investigation is integrated with other corresponding agencies.

According to the Commissioner, with the support of a group of persons, the now detainee was able to go unnoticed by authorities, and previously escape from authorities using small compact cars that blend in with all the other vehicles.

Original article in Spanish at Proceso

50 comments:

  1. 1 of 122 priorities? Can you (BB) obtain and post a list of the names of the other 121 priorities?

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    1. The Mexican Government haven't released that information. The only thing they will say is 97 of them have been captured.

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    2. Nexus says about kidnappings for ransom in mexico, that some 1900 were reported during some time under peña nieto, later it was found the real numbers were closer to
      20 000 and that the kidnappers are usually police officers or their sicarios... I think it is by Héctor de Mauleón writing for Nexus...
      But genaro garcia luna and his team, and his private security corporations, and associated criminals left a biiig gang of criminals that still work for el pri gobierno...

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    3. Hahaha of course they did. I remember reading a BB post about how the government might be just arresting low level members or hit team bosses like that 'cherrys' guy and then saying that they are priorities. They have definitely weakened the cartels in the east especially Tamps though.

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    4. ...the mexican governing narco-mierdocracia can capture chivis, plant drugs and weapons and all the evidence in the world and make her confess to it all on top of her being #1 boss of the sicarios of any cartel...televisa has all the novelas...

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    5. 'The list' is an empty sheet of paper numbered 1-122, they just write some guys name down when they arrest him and then put a line through it. Keep up the good work -Go team Mexican Gov't!

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    6. That sounds about right, 10:16 PM. Wonder who showed this trick to Team Mexico Gob? Maybe, some of that crime fighting expertise the U.S. State Department was invited to bring to Baja has spread across the land..Oh, wait, that's Manda Unica-- not gringos, not pinches colombianos, not anybody who speaks French. My bad--I confuse easily.

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  2. We no want la cabeza de Alfredo Garcia, or la cabeza de Renato sales heredia...the commish...
    --Queremos las nalgas de javier duarte de ochoa...si no es mucha molestia...
    ...y de su equipo de trabajo...

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  3. Por eso los Beltranes ya entraron con todo por Jalisco hacerle guerra a los del CJNG. Apoyados por los Zetaz para darle guerra a los CJNG ya que en Jalisco están fuertes.


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    1. No lo creo.

      Pero si es cierto que se vea quienes son loz putoz beltranez .

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    2. "Los beltranes" como "los cjng" no pueden sacar a sus lideres y jefes del bote...
      --peeero maybe, organized by the mexican governing narco-mierdocracia as paramilitary, working on their own, maybe they have a shot at cjng, maaaybe...
      --Private armies are not prosecuted by CNDH... no matter how much of a troglodite operators run it, that is all "narcos against narcos", not owned by the federal or state governments, so there, just like some Blackwater de Rancho...with impunity...
      --just to catch el Viceroy took them "Hijos del Popochas" 30 years...as "el muy wanted"
      And el H about what 4, 5, 6?, z42 took 6 months to fall after el lazca "left" it all to him and z42 one year and a half...better luck with el mencho...? nah, no...

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    3. Plaza boss for Monterey arrested on Tuesday.

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    4. Good. Who's his replacement...stay tuned...

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    5. Los jefes de plazas van y vienen pero la plaza se queda. Los meros buenos de Monterrey son el Z-45 y el 413 son los jefes regionales para los Zetaz en Monterrey ambos son Regios y son ex Marinos!!!

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    6. 1:34 los marinas used to be the salvation of the mexican department of defense, like the GAFES,77 and the granaderos before, with the DFS...and the GANFES NOW helped by "masked men"...
      Still won'make it, nobody wants the corrupt mexican narco-gobierno or their kidnapping and murdering sicarios...

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    7. 11:57
      Are you talking about
      Private Military Contracts?

      They only pay PMC if there is a profit to gain.

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  4. People be careful when getting car papers at border crossing in Tamps. The Mex. Custom r calling their friends on the Hwy, and collecting a $35 morida.

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  5. less pisanos crossing in Matamores

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  6. Sad kidnappings and extortion. Crazy, what hell these guys doing the hard working innocent people of Mexico.

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    1. For those of you who don't know extortion is a misdiminor in the u.s. ...... In Mexico the ones who extort people the most is the military federal and state officials sure these guys (all cartels )do it as well but mostly twords the people who owe them or just some of those street guys trying to scare people out of some money ....

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    2. Lets extort los pinchis gabachos, yo quiero mil pesos!

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    3. Ni de vinas, compa. Vamos por lo alto, $100 MIL ó nada, pa' que lo sepan!
      PEACE

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  7. Kidnapping and raping women Bad

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    1. 5:32am
      Eating food Good

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  8. God Bless Mexico during this Christmas Holiday

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    1. "Aaay, pero peña nieto estaba taan guapo..." pinchis viejas mexicanas pendejas...
      --ni tarjeta Soriana sin fondos usaron...
      --we need to get their right to vote from them por pendejas...

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    2. Solamente un joto habla mal de las mujeres mexicanas. El pendejo eres tú puñal.

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    3. 1:49 PM, Well said.

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  9. Lazacano looked the part of a Cartel Boss this guy looks like the homeless crack addict I pass on my way to my office everyday.. What have Zs become. Who leads them now BB can you answer this question for us. Thanks keep up great work BB!! Godspeed.

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  10. They are all falling like dominos, only making Mr guzman and zambada stronger. Arriba el chapo y Toda su gente ajuuaa. Atte el morroñis de la palma villa ángel flores navolato sinaloa ajuuuaa .

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    1. Lol not again man. If you know so much please tell me what is all the CDS infighting in Baja Sur, Sinaloa (choix, Culiacan), Sonora (memos v Salazar) and chihuahua sierra?

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    2. Everything will be over by Christmas. It's just some crews that thought they could do better by themselves but they were truly wrong. No one can go against mr guzmans people and win. Its not possible atte el morroñis de la palma navolato, sinaloa ajuuaa

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    3. Wishful thinking 1:02. Anyone can win against Chapo G at any given time. All of Chapo's main adversaries are still doing good business. He has lost a lot of territory in the last two years so he isn't exactly winning. EPN is the king right now. No one can go against him and win.

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    4. EPN is the Knight Errant, soon to outlive his usefulness to the likes of Chapo and his foreign masters, because he won't be able to deliver on his promises and he is totally replaceable, interchangeable as far as corrupt POS in government go. Who is waiting in the wings with their bags packed, ready to move into Los Pinos? Any guesses BB Readers?? Names? Who is to be the next Mexican president chosen by el trio de él Mayo, RCQ, él Chapo!

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  11. Cause they cross through los indios retards not less just different route.... One cant live or stop living due to a few roten apples.... There is a lot of security forces from matamoros all the way to san luis potosi guanajuato leon and all the way to queretaro... Very peacefull and i hope and pray it remains like that.... Drive during the day and at night hibernate till you make it to your destination... You should feel safer in your home town just dont drop your guard .... Dont show off your money you are asking for problems,... Mind your buisness,.. Remain on permanent paved roads no short cuts,... Use toll roads yes you pay but you can fly on most of them..... And if you get stopped and are told to hand the keys over just do it ....card an be replaced lives cant..... My opinion

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  12. Un saludo pal hombre de la tuba sinaloa viejon.

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  13. Very good article Otis, but these "leaders" that they capture look like bottom of the barrel capos. It doesn't seem like progress just seems like another dope dealer busted no where near crippling the organization

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  14. " the 122 priorities of the actual Government.." questionable numbers at best. La Riena EPN & gob's #1 and #Only's priority is to stay in business.

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  15. He shouldn't have went peaceful . "Better to die than live on your knees" . Guess he didn't really have the stomach for it . When it got tough he laid it down . Wish he could have died .

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    1. You can't make money if your dead ...

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  16. Such a handsome scholar.

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  17. If he doesn't have the Z call sign he is a nobody. He maybe responsible for the movement of drugs and crimes but he is not the HZIC of the area. His Z handlers give him orders from the shadows and he follows them. That's how the Z are doing business nower days.

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  18. Sacrificial "lambs" more like, if you're right, 11:27.

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  19. This assholes must kidnapped etc.. They ars so ugly not even a prostitution or money for a wife for sex.

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  20. No sabes. Englesia por favor.

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  21. Tetaz son inacabables!!! arriva las Tetaz pero las d Sofia vergara la q tiene Mi apellido

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  22. This Jefe was real deal. Z cuarenta told me so.

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    1. I knew they had internet in Puerte Grande.

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    2. 11:38 PM, Dang! Don't that just beat all?! Wondering if they just pirate some wi-fi? You think they got Apple or PC?

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