Thursday, February 18, 2016

Who are "Creed" and "Z 27"?

Posted by DD
This welcoming sign on a mountain approaching Monterrey is not from Zorro.
By now, most of the readers of BB know that Ivan Hernandez Cantu, alias "Creed" is a Zeta from the Monterrey area that he was the big boss and controlled the prison, Topo Chico, in Monterrey. 

He lived a life of luxury there, with a cell that was 3 times the size of a normal cell (without a lock on the door), had a king sized bed and a  private tiled bath, and of course TV, AC, and all the toys and gadgets you would expect to see in a luxury home. 

Juan Pedro Saldivar Farias, known as Z 27, is a Zeta who is alleged to have been the regional leader of the Los Zetas in Tamaulipas.   Z 27 had  been in Topo Chico only a couple of months after being transferred there from Matamoros Cereso.

With the luxury life style of cartel bosses in Topo Chico, it is no wonder that Z 27 went to court in Tamaulipas and obtained an amparo (injunction) stating that he was not a dangerous criminal and posed no threat and the judge ordered his release from the maximum security prison in Matamoros and ordered  that he be transferred to Topo Chico..  Nuevo Leon Governor "Bronco" Rodriquez called that judges decision "absurd".

After a short while in Topo Chico Z 27 wanted to take control of the prison away from "Creed" and be the big boss himself.  He organized and led a group of about 20 Zeta inmates from the Tamaulipas region to attack and kill Creed.  The attempt did not succeed, but resulted in the riot that took place on Feb. 10 and the early hours of Feb. 11  during which 49 people were killed.



CRIMES OF THE INMATES

Zocalo.com reported the name and crimes of some of the dead.

Juan Hernandez Cantu "Creed", was arrested in 2012 on charges of kidnapping and sale of drugs in the municipalities of Juarez, San Nicolas, Guadalupe and Apodaca..  The State Public Security spokesman reported that Hernandez Cantu was arrested with 23 other people linked to a Zeta cell involved in at least 48 murders in Nuevo Leon from 2011 until his arrest.

Juan Pedro Saldivar Farias, "Z-27" was arrested in October 2013 in the municipality of San Nicolas de los Garza and identified as the alleged regional Zeta boss in Tamaulipas.  He was allegedly involved in  the attack against two agents of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on a road in San Luis Potosi in 2011 that killed agent Jamie Zapata.
 Z-27  was also linked to the disappearance of US citizen David Michael Hartley which occurred on 30 September 2010 at Falcon Lake where Hartley and his wife were jet skiing.
Hartley's wife says her husband was shot in the head and as a result “flew” off his jet ski while the couple was returning from the landmark on the Mexican side of Lake Falcon ...
.Saldivar Farias is the brother of Jose Manuel Saldivar Farias, "Z-31" or 'Frase"  who was the regional leader of the Zetas in Nuevo Leon, Tamaulipas and Coahuila, and who was arrested when he tried to smuggle a ton of marijuana into the United States.


Among those killed in  the riot are those who were imprisoned for minor offenses, (some even awaiting trial or were still on trial) and tossed into Topo Chico with some of Mexico's most hardened criminals   They were all in the general population with drug dealers, kidnappers and people linked to multiple murders. 

"Ayyy, my son is on the list! (list of dead prisoners that was posted at the gate of the prison) " 63-year-old Maria Guadalupe Ramirez screamed when she saw the name of her son, Jose Guadalupe Ramirez Quintero, 26, before collapsing into the arms of a daughter and human rights workers.

"He had already gotten out. They picked him up again just for drinking. ... There is injustice in this prison," she said, shaking her fists and sobbing.  He was re-arrested for being drunk while celebrating his release from prison after serving 2 1/2 years for a robbery.

One of the cases that has drawn the most attention is that of Erick Gonzalez Calzada , who was arrested for stealing a car stereo committed in Reynosa, Tamaulipas.

Similar cases occurred with Luis Alejandro Ortiz Martinez, Luis Montemayor Torres and Juan Francisco Jesus Aguilar Garcia, who were arrested for vehicle theft

Francisco Villegas Ibarra Pardo and Miguel Angel Gaytan were held in the Topo Chico prison for performing tasks "halconeo" and drug dealing.

Some of the more violent prisoners who died in the riot were :

Guadalupe Armando and Dario Rodriguez Graciano Sánchez Macías were imprisoned for the murder of a person , while Edgar Torres Davila was arrested and imprisoned for the murder of three people.

Those imprisoned for cases of kidnapping were Robert Steve Segura Rivera and Damian Emanuel Gonzalez Juarez, who were accused of involvement in the kidnapping of Belden Lorenzo González. José Fabián Ortiz Bernal was linked to the kidnapping of a woman in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua.

Juan Moreno Solis was in prison for being involved in the murder of Raul and Fortino de la Garza , brothers Sergio Alanis Marroquín, leader of the PRI in Nuevo Leon.

Miguel Angel Salas Valdez is involved in killings, drug dealing and collecting piso.  .

Two other cases are high profile  of Jose Frias Mendoza, involved in the murder of 17 members of the group Kombo Kolombia, and Jose Luis Rodriguez Huerta, linked to 16 murders.

WHAT CAN BE DONE

The Human Rights Commission says that their studies of the prison system in Mexico revealed that out of 111 prisons they examined 65 were inmate controlled.

While there are many things that need to be done to clean up the prison system, every analysis identifies 3 of the most urgent actions that need to be taken.

(1).  Eliminate or at least reduce corruption in the system.
(2).  Reduce overcrowding.  (Topo Chico was 35% over capacity)
(3).  Improve working conditions of guards and pay them a decent wage.  (Rodriquez has said "no one wants to be a guard".  

Governor "Bronco" Rodriquez has taken a beating in the social media and on Televisa for allowing this tragedy to happen.  One security analyst has described it a time bomb waiting to blow. 

Rodriquez has responded that he has been in office just a little over 100 days and he can not fix all the problems that have existed and grown in the penal system for decades in that amount of time. He has not been public about it, but shortly after he took office he had asked the federal government to remove all the federal prisoners from Nuevo Leon state prisons.  They agreed to do so but had not removed any of them until the riot...

In my opinion though he is making a good start.  As for corruption, his security director has arrested the warden of the prison, a guard who shot one of the rioters, and one other prison official not yet identified.

As for overcrowding, Televisa (historically with close ties to PRI and EPN.  PRI lost power for the first time in history in Nuevo Leon when Bronco running as an "Independent", free of any ties to any political party won the election for Governor) is not reporting that shortly after Rodriques took office he went the National Security Director and asked that all federal prisoners be removed NL state prisons.  The Security Director agreed to that but to do it incrementally.  However he took no action to implement the agreement  and it,  like many other agreements and laws remained just a piece of paper.  Until 49 people were killed at a riot in Topo Chico. 

In a matter of hours after the riot was brought under control with the help of the army, 233 federal prisoners were removed fromTopo Chico and relocated to other prisons.  'Z-27" and "Creed" were among those removed.   

However, the National Security (CNS) has not revealed the places where the  transferred inmates were relocated to , "for security reasons, because if the criminal gangs they belonged to knew the locations they might try a rescue attempt at the airports when the transferred prisoners arrived.".  There must have been a leak in their security precautions because movil informador reported that "Creed" was  transferred to a federal prison in Guanajuato

Although  the government seeks to disintegrate the Los Zetas cartel operating in the Topo Chico prison, the Governor faces huge problems in the state maintaining control of the prison as he said they will do.  He has to recognize that much like outside the prison walls, when you take out a leader of a cartel another soon pops up to replace him.

In Topo Chico that may already be happening.  As a "trustee" told movil informador, that a low level Zeta intended to regroup about 30 Zetas and retake control of the prison.  The "trustee seemed to be the spokesman for the group and said "there is still one that we will follow.  It is low level, but he wants to 'take the bone' (regain control of the prison).  We will walk with him because we are the same cartel".  According to the "Trustee", the third leader responds to the nickname "Maruchan".   Only his alias was released for fear of reprisals.  The "Trustee" only spoke to the informador reporter he would speak only on the condition of anonymity .

Governor Rodriquez has a big job ahead of him.  I wish him luck.




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105 comments:

  1. I remember when there was so much protest over the Texas death penalty from Mexico . I think theyre safer on death row in Texas than any lockup in Mexico . There are more deaths by other inmates in Mexico than the us executes in years . I think the Mexicans need to rewrite their penal codes . Bring back the old firing squad . A bunch of this shit wouldn't have happened if part of the dogs would have been executed for the severe crimes they already committed

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    1. Hahahaha you are right hahahaha

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    2. Texas vs Ruben Cantu proves the death penalty fans wrong...
      --The disappearances of the 43 proves the mexican government disappears people...
      --the imprisonment of Dr Mireles, Comandanta Nestora, the AutoDefensas, the murder of the son of hipolito mora, 5he freedom of el americano, the corruption of peña nieto and his second hand wife, and a millon other things like the state sponsored murders and executions carried on by javier Duarte de ochoa, and viejidio cantu, and angel aguirre prove that the mexican government is not qualified to govern, much less to seek anybody's official and legal death penalty, texas and the US governments are not qualified to enjoy that benefit either.

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    3. Asked what he wanted for his last meal, Ruben Cantú requested un chicle, (a piece of chewing gum) and was denied...
      He was murdered by texas in spite of his prosecutor and others claiming to have doubts about his guilt, texas will rather murder a wrongly convicted person and allow a real murderer to remain free than accept error.

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  2. Dicen que al Z27 le gustan los hombres.

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  3. Creed and Z27 are the ones killing chapo people

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    1. Here we go with your bullshit

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    2. The article states that one went after the other.

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    3. Why haven't they extradited to US that 1 that killed David Hartley and that DEA agent.That surprises me or is he on the list but it's been quite a while now.Would David Hartley killing considered US or Mexico territory being a lake that divides the countries?

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    4. American US citizens can not be killed anywhere in the world, with impunity...
      --unless they mess the American High Lords of Crime's business

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    5. No proof of evidence 702. Any water that divides countries lies on who owns the water rights such as in air space. If one country owns half with other country owning the other half, then measuring tape comes out like in football games with the referees measuring if it was a first down or not. Also, consider a home owner, they do not own their whole yard. So many feet by the street belongs to the city. If living on any water, it becomes another story, especially with the elite-it is more complicated
      Trevino's may be behind the clash at the prison due to continuing unsettling matters-no care other than for themselves. So, there is more to it than cases that don't have ample or any evidence

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  4. Off topic of post. But who is the current leader of the zetas? Or are the loosely knit now say similar to the bloods and the crips in Cali? Also now that chapo seems to have made some type of deal to truly be under lock and key. I'm guessing a deal to leave his kids and other family members alone and allow them to not have and assets seized and to continue business. Since he brought far to much attention and pressure on the Mexico govt from the United States, there's no way he was good for business any longer. But anyhow now that's he's gone who is in control of his faction ? I've read reports on here that after his first capture actually second capture including 93 escape/let out. That his people in various plazas where going long stretches with no pay or product to move. So it's seems as its not really one cartel as his group weren't taken care of by a bigger group so no that he seems to at least for now be headed to the us ( I know many will say that will not happen he's knows to much etc etc) but I firmly believe he made a deal and will keep mouth shut for his kids family etc etc benefit. What will happen to those under his camp? Back to zetas as was saying it seems from the outside that they are no longer a cartel but a gang that uses the zetas name much like the crips and bloods do. Many people that are not familiar or grew up in a gang area are scared just hearing about a group in there city town etc calling themselves crips or bloods not realizing they are far far far removed from what the real crips and bloods where back in the day. Seems zetas or same boat. Please educate me if I'm wrong.

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    1. Thats seems to be the case now a days with zetas and golfo due to their lack of leadership they operate more loosely and don't have a relationship among themselves so you are more prone to fight amongst each other just like in america you at times will have one blood set fighting another as for Sinaloa always had more than one leader who take care of their own men But they have an understanding among themselves for the most part especially chapo and mayo the main leaders

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    2. Cds is fighting cds too

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    3. They don't have a main leader but they still have lots of high ranking members left. Z-45, Z-413, Z-43

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    4. Cds always has internal fights but who ever wins well they most likely get the plaza with out problems

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    5. Otro Z-43? Al original Z-43, David Rivera Alvarez, lo mataron hace anos.

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    6. The current leader of Los Zetas is Juan Francisco Treviño Chávez AKA El Quico

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    7. Z43, David Rivera Alvarez, was killed years ago.

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    8. There were actually two Z-43s I think. The one that's still allegedly alive right is Jose Guizar Valencia, the second Z-43. He was born in California & was captured a long time ago in Mexico but he later escaped from a prison in Tamaulipas

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    9. 12:26-Maybe the deal was the other way,if he spoke they would leave his family alone but hey we will never know.

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    10. El mero mero de los setas es el z#41, el quico anda escondiendose de la mafia texana por culero, andar matando gueritas texanas porque no lo pelan fué el colmo, es que 'tá feo el güey, pior que un fundillo de marrano.

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  5. A luxury villa that is 'unaffordable.Only is affordable off the backs extorting prisoner's family.Disgusting!Maybe they should even up the criminals among all the cartels so no 1 gets absolute power.Those guards should be ashamed of themselves,probably got $100 dollars extra a month.The security director had the warden arrested,what about himself.Maybe the guard and warden should snitch.

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    1. Canadiana. I think they should sort out who is in what gang and who is in good standing with his fellows . The put them in equal number on units (2 gangs only). Equip both sides with hammers . Give the 2 chow halls and tell them they have to work out who eats where . Have quality food in on and swill in the other.

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  6. La Letra B pesa en Mty póngase Verga chavalones.

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    1. A si es compare pura gente de la B en Monterrey!

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    2. La letra B. Que es eso? gracias criminales
      -un guey de los united

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    3. Ajuaa pura letra b pariente

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    4. Puro letra C al 100.

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    5. @10:02
      La letra B is the cartel of Los BeltraneZ. Which they have truce with Los Zetas. Nuevo Cartel De Juarez "Carrillos", Los BeltraneZ, Los Zetas "TrevinoZ", Cartel Del Norteste "Z3 Lazcano", & CDG "Mejia El R1 los originals Rojos" all get along & work together.

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    6. B= BELTRAN LEYVA

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    7. El r 1 ain't dead?

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    8. Last time I looked on his wiki El "R1 wasn't dead just rumors.. ive heard stories of the guy still moving weight, BUT WHO KNOWS MEXICO IS FUCKED UP PERIOD

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    9. 8:45pm
      There is a blog that has some info on R1 and it includes a more up to date pic than wikipedia.

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  7. Regardless of how petty their crimes were they were still criminals and would eventually graduate to bigger more serious crimes. It appears that everything in Mexico is so damned unorganized all the way from the jails and prisons to the courts and judicial system. Everyone from the criminals to the politicians are all blinded by greed and the desire to be someone to be respected. Most desire to get rich quick cases lead to a short life by death or short freedom by incarceration. Nothing better than earning a good honest living during the day and sleeping peacefully at night.

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    1. No one should feel sorry for these criminals. That's all they are and ever will be...low life criminals. There should be no grave site or head stone. They should be dumped in a hole and forgotten about.

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    2. otro hablador! Do you say this because you can and not because you're intelligent enough to know 35% of all inmates in Mexico are not guilty of the crimes they're accused of..most plead guilty in order to stop the torture or from being executed by the arresting officers. In most cases plaza jefes pay corrupted officials or municipal police to make bogus arrest to keep the heat from getting to hot and this way they can continue criminal activities and eyes are turned elsewhere and not on them. I don't understand people who have comments and no accurate information on what they comment about.

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    3. 1:27-I would say they are very organized but for the wrong reasons.There's all this 'extra'crime that doesn't exist in the US like extortion rackets and kidnappings.It dedfinitly [$$$] makes it worth fighting for territory as it's just not for drug customers.Italy [Sicily]had problems with protection rackets.Anybody know how they handled it?

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    4. 10:33 Ill bet the ones that turned out for this hammer fight wasn't innocent of much .I would also wager these guys were to busy in this fight to go after non participants . The predators were going at one another and the prey had a slight reprieve that day .
      Sure there could be a few that got caught out in it . Fighter have their mind on other fighter and know "civillians" at a glance . They don't have time or extra energy to go after non threats . The non threating people are who the gangs are fighting for control of. Sure there are people that do thing locked in that environment that they wouldn't otherwise . I have a hard time believing that there are 35% innocent people there . Anything is possible in Mexico

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    5. 10:33 ignorance and convenience are sometimes the excuse for quick fixes, and you know how the nazis thought gas chambers were a good idea?
      --All because there was nothing in their minds other than the propaganda they got fed for years...
      --lie detectors could be used, if third parties with no personal interest operated them, to at least weed some innocents out of the prisons and death penalty, but most politicians in mexico and the US and police too, do not think it is a good idea, they'd rather go with testimonies of torture enhancement victims and plain old false accusations.

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    6. 1:27 does that apply to all inmates worldwide or just the ones in mexican jails? If you feel that way i assume you believe the death penalty is for all law breakers no matter how big or small the crime. Id hate to be in a country where you and or likeminded ppl are in power.

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  8. Bronco is the same PRI scum as EPN and AMLO, all of them come from Mexicos cancer known as Partido Revolucionario Institucional. Dont be fooled when they tell you they are honest. No honest politician ever in Mexico.

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  9. Gawd, the Spanish colonizers created such beautifully corrupt and brutal countries yjtoughout the Americas.
    Viva Espanol!

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    1. There USA colonists were brutal as well ask the blacks n the native Americans.

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    2. 4:50 AM "Spanish colonizers" ?????
      You didnt mention the UK,France,Holland,Portugal,
      Slightly off topic there,but,who cares when you can "cleverly"not,answer your own posts.
      We should be compensated by the respective countries for the Mexico of today.

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  10. Going to take a civil war in Mexico to reform. All is set awaiting that--inevitable point of absolute despair.

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  11. Oh well that's 49 less inmates, that's 1 way to control over crowding. Let them kill each other. You don't wanna do the time, don't commit the crime. N for the minor offenders you should of not done it the 1st time, so u won't get picked up the 2nd time.

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  12. I wonder if that Z is still on the Hill

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    1. I crossed it out along time ago

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    2. It is very forbodeing looking with that 'Z' on the mountain like from a horror movie!

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    3. I capped that shit a while back put a big ass BTC

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    4. It is but it's a diferent Z,it's the real Zorro Z.....
      :):):):):):):):):)

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    5. That Z has nothing to do with the criminal group. it was put there back in the 90s by Zedillo's supporters.

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  13. 4:50 the french colony never had any spanish masters, but the french were kicked out, then the americans arrived to save Vietnam from the community is red scare, bombing the 'maine' to instigate the vietnam war where the US armed forces excelled at drug addiction, trafficking, murder, rape, and genocide, and photographed at My-lai for posterity.
    --the spaniards have not been in mexico, in a very long time, except for a few very rich investors, but the US has been pulling mexico with the "friendship" that masks the exploitation and the mining of the country...don't blame the Spanish a lo pendejo, the US even has now the holy inquisition's methods of interrogation like the potro, waterboarding, garrote, and all kinds of torture to enhance the "take" and they needed no "spain" to teach them how to do it...

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    1. I keep hearing about exploitation of Mexico.It's really up to Mexico to have an agreement with these companies.You should blame Mexican government for inviting them in.They often don't know it might be other people's land.Mexican gov must say it's OK so you can't blame these foreign countries.I'm sure Mexico lies to them til they set up shop and they find otherwise but Mexico's says it's OK you can mine.Meanwhile Mexico spreads rumours about companies exploiting people to make them look like the good guy.It's up to Mexican government to make them comply.It's just like when Chinese bought part of mining for the oilsands a couple years ago the Canadian government makes them comply with environmental issues or they can't mine.Should be like that in any country but Mexico has much lower standards or is too corrupt so Mexican people blame your own government for what they allow.

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    2. And I wouldn't have it any other way... Shit you want communism, then every human has to come from the exact same mold but as we all know human beings are greedy...that's right i want two iphones and could care less if you have one.... Now quit cutting and pasting selected ramblings about history, if you're going to preach history find a different site....

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    3. 8:26 If the Norte Americanos are so bad why do Mexicans get to prosper in the country they control ? I know poor Mexicans and I know Mexicans that showed up with nothing and have lived good in the us . Raised a family and got all their children educated from pre-k through college . The kids now prosper . I have never seen evidence that the Spanish have been good for the people of Mexico .

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    4. There's a French influence in the town of Santa Rosalia BCS half way down Baja on the Sea of Cortez side.The church was built of copper by the same guy that built the Eiffel Tower in Paris.

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    5. The spanish set the roots for what is now Latin America, it doesn't matter if they haven't been there in a million years, their corruption has and always will have an effect on the people of Mexico and central/South America

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    6. Seriously would you want some of these haters living next door to you?They dont know you but they hate you because of skin tone,no wonder people are voting for soft ass trump with all these.Hate the US and people yet do anything to get here,with that animosity intact.No one says anything about the open hostility and racism directed at certain colors.Ye i know its racist to say this,hence no post.

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    7. Millie your so productive,for years you been spreading hate.Congratulations on your efforts to dismiss negative Mexican stereotypes.
      What a shining example.

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    8. Pass over millies comments its the same shit endlessly

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    9. 1p:56 you are lucky I don't spread compassionate conservatism and Christian values around the world, have you seen Gaza, libya, siria, Yemen or 9/11 lately?
      --Or the waves of modern tourism invading well cultured and groomed europe?
      --be productive, huevon, check your snout at the door...

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  14. Why did all major news outlets say Cantu died in the attack but you guys say he lived?

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    1. @8:43 Could you please give me links or even what major news outlets are reporting Cantu died.

      I am guessing that I read between 50 to 100 news stories on the riot. Probably 20 of those dealt with events after the riot-in other words in the last 4 or 5 days. All but one of those reported that both Z-27 and Cantu were both transferred to another prison.

      The only one that reported that Cantu had been killed trying to escape was an editorial in Periódico Rotativo :: Tribuna de Oaxaca.

      An example of the sources that said they were not killed or injured are the following:

      Milenio 2/13 166 men and 30 women were taken from prison under heavy security ...these joined 37 inmates transferred the morning of the riot. Among the inmates are ..Z-27 and Creed...The story told where the inmates were moved to; .However it is still unknown where they
      moved Z-27 and Creed.

      Jesus Ivan Hernandez Cantu, Creed , and Juan Pedro Zaldivar Farias, the Z-27 , were not injured. jornadabc.mx/t

      Vice 2/16The 233 inmates and inmates were transferred from Penal del Topo Chico six centers federal rehabilitation, like Jesus Ivan Hernandez Cantu, Creed , and Juan Pedro Saldivar Farias, the Z27 ,

      Juan Pedro Saldivar, alias "Z-27", who had joined a few months ago. Both moved to other maximum security prisons. movil.informador.com.

      Authorities transferred 233 inmates, including the two Zetas leaders, to other prisons following the violence rueters 2/15

      BBC 2/15 The Nuevo Leon government said that following Thursday's riot it had transferred 233 inmates to other jails, including the two Zetas leaders it blames for the outbreak of violence.

      We try to do a thorough job of researching important facts before we publish a story. So if you can furnish me "all the major news outlets" that contradict what I reported I would greatly appreciate it.

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    2. Everything I've read says he's alive why do you say you've read otherwise??? @8:43 ??? Fool!!!

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    3. In the heat of the moment people worte Credo had died, the everybody reported he was alive, no big deal...
      --I'm dying myself to know how many died for each side, but nobody cares...

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  15. Does anyone know what kind of conditions Z40 is living in? Does he have that kind of luxury?

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  16. Zeta 40 is living good too, last time I read here that he got la banda recodo in prolison and had a bog party. He lives beter than me in prison!

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    1. Teta 40 ain't no legend chapo escaped twice had party with banda en la Sierra ganale a eso panochon atte Don alejo

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    2. Z40 threw a party with Banda Recodo & Los Tucanes. They wrote a corrido for him. You could find it on Youtube

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    3. CHAPO has more corridos hahaha search up el Rey de a Montana

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    4. dont ever compare 40 to Chapo. Apples to Oranges. One is a legend, the other a sicko.

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    5. Chapo is no damn legend. Z40 was just as bad as he was but he was definitely more brutal & more sick & he would've bitten off Chapo's ears off & cooked his entire body as stew before eating his heart out if they ever met.

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    6. The major difference between Z-40 and Chapo is that Chapo is a coward who hid behind his sicarios and never fought. Z-40 did his own work and moved up the ladder on his ability to lead from the front not the rear. Chapo is another Napolean who failed miserable to expand his empire because he was too greedy and cocky. Z-40 would rip Chapo a new one head to head and that's a fact.

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    7. 10:53
      CDS lol 100s of families trafficking. Lol yeah you get to a higher level and see if Mayo wont rat you out.
      Y los zetas pelan Y que .

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    8. The comments on here tell you why Mexico is the way it is.Payosos arguing like ninitas about who is the baddest with the most money?Grown ass men we are talking about here,not kids.Fuckin funny but pretty sad cases.

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    9. Teta 40 gave up as well perro culero. Tony tormenta fought to the death n so did botas blancas marrana teta 42 tonz cried like a bitch. If chapo s a bitch so r the teta brothers

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  17. All this Z skumbags should be given the death sentence. Why are they still alive?

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    1. Truth....can't believe there's zeta nuthuggers on here...I'll even give Chapo nuthuggers a pass assuming they are all sinaloan and their families benefitted from his economic contributions in the region. Zetas are the lowest of all scum

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    2. Because their pals in government will lose their kids trustfund

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  18. Creed...isnt that a movie that just dropped not too long ago?? Or isnt Creed a really crummy Band from the late 90s...??? LOL

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  19. Perdoneme, pero la esposa del chapo hoy dice que el ya esta en peligro en la carcel.

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  20. That white boy thought he could get into the dope game and everything would be like in the movies... WRONG

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    1. 5.27
      La esposa del chapo hoy dice que el ya esta en peligro en la cárcel,it isnt the movies is it?
      Ye man,everyone knows whiteboys arent involved in the "dope game" Mexicans man,always with the hate race shit.Fuckin losers and haters.Told you man,you talking out ye arse again,you never listen.
      Some real hard cases on BB who really know what their talking about.This brownboy says chupa mi gordo huevos,ye feelin me up.Ye its not like the movies is it homie,its real life and it can be dangerous cant it,you know that.Thanks for tellin us how it really is jefe encargado.

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  21. Why the guy who shot the ICE agent was not extradited as an example to not fuck with US assets?

    Procurador del estado de NL must be arrested as well.

    Why do we hear a lot more noise about these 49 eMe eFers on the international media and not so much about the others?

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  22. The penal in Tepic Nayarit should blow up soon. The conditions there are more than ripe.

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  23. Emma Coronel interview out 21 feb

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    1. Wow. That will be interesting

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  24. El creed gave Sinaloa hell in Monterey before the Beltran leyvas allied their selfs with zetas

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    1. También a las Golfas de Tamaulipas.

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    2. Are z27 and el Credo ex-marinas? and where from?

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    3. That I know of creed is not z27 not sure on that guy

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  25. I just talked to Moe he was in this prison for a long time. Moe revealed alot of things about this prison that alot of people didnt know was going on in there. If you want to know more let me know and I can talk to Moe.

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    1. Moe was with Los Tres Chiflados, que no?

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  26. China Nuevo Leon y la region Noreste de Nuevo Leon. Esta bien caliente ay mas muertos. Se rumro que estan atacando a civiles sin deverla o temerla. A lo que va es que los grupos de Nuevo Leon train pedos con Tamps.

    Esto ya es terrorismo pinche Osorio chong venga a limpiar ahhh como el bronco se Les revelo, van a calentar el estado. Cartel del PRI vuelve xon sus tacticas de terrorism.

    Wake up USA they are your enemies

    -un cuidadano

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  27. Z-27 is original zeta member from first zetas of cdg generation?

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    1. Fidel herrera beltran z1#2..
      angelica rivera epn's 1st lady is the #2 second hand first lady,
      Martitha Sahagun was Fox's 1st second hand 1st lady...
      --And all the presidentes since don Porfirio Diaz son in law "el 41"n was outed, have been outed themselves por their exotic Versaillesque tastes at the expense of the public treasury

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  28. el 27 era el que cuidaba la riberena para los zetas hasta hace poco que lo gancharon. el z27 o el flaco, junto con el borrado eran encargados de nva cd guerrero y parte de mier.

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