Monday, April 11, 2016

Murdered in Texas, Osiel Cardenas' attorney ,"was head of CDG"...says defense

Lucio R. Borderland Beat

Juan Jesus Guerrero Chapa had been warned, one thing the Texas defense attorney knew for sure,  he was a dead man walking. He was warned  ‘to be on his guard.” 

The warning became reality in May of 2013, when gunmen gunned down the attorney who represented supreme Golfo Cartel leader Osiel Cardenas.  When murdered, Guerrero Chapa, was with his wife in the parking lot of  Southlake Town Square. 

A white Toyota SUV stopped behind Guerrero Chapa’s  Range Rover, a door of the Toyota opened and a masked gunman exited.  The gunman then walked to the passenger side of the Range Rover, where the attorney was sitting, and fired into the vehicle hitting Guerrero Chapa multiple times with a 9mm handgun.

The attorney’s wife was loading shopping bags into the Range Rover when her husband was shot, she was not physically harmed.

The hit-men have never been identified or charged in the murder case.

However, two men Jesus Gerardo Ledezma-Cepeda and his son Jesus Gerardo Ledezma-Campano Jr., are charged with interstate stalking and murder for hire conspiracy.  The U.S. government charged the men, both Mexican Nationals, of having  followed Guerrero Chapa for months before his death.

On April 3, 2016,     Wes Ball and J. Warren St. John, the attorneys of the senior Ledezma Cepeda, filed a response to the “Government’s Motion to Suppress the Presence of Cocaine in the Body of the Deceased.”

Further included in the filing is the defense claim that the slain attorney was, at the time of his death, the de facto leader of CDG

From the filing:

“The deceased Juan Jesus Guerrero Chapa was the subject of an autopsy concerning the cause of his death. That autopsy disclosed the presence of the illegal controlled substance cocaine in his body at the time of his death. The evidence in this case will show that Chapa was the attorney for the head of a large international drug cartel known as the Gulf Cartel or CDG. The head of this drug cartel, Osiel Cardenas, prior to the instant offense, was arrested and extradited to the United States. Cardenas was convicted of offenses and sentenced to confinement for a period of 25 years in a Federal prison. Following Cardenas’ arrest, his attorney Chapa was the de facto head of CDG. As head of CDG, the deceased Chapa ran a large criminal enterprise whose activities included murders, narcotics trafficking, kidnapping, extortion, bribery, money laundering and torture.
Furthermore the defense is challenging the contention of the government that Guerrero Chapa was fearful of his life, because of threats, stating:

“The Government has advised the Court that it seeks to offer evidence that Chapa learned that there were those seeking to kill him. The evidence will show that Chapa had a large number of enemies which included R V 1 , and others from drug cartels including CDG and Los Zetas. These enemies were not in all cases aligned with one another. The government seeks to show through hearsay testimony that Chapa expressed that he was fearful of the threat against him. Contrary to this expressed fear is the fact that Chapa continued his association with criminal enterprises which included his use of cocaine.”

Ledezma Cepeda’s cousin,  Jose Luis Cepeda-Cortes,  a legal U.S. resident, also is charged in the case. There are three others named and charged in the sealed indictment.

The conspiracy to kill Guerrero Chapa began two years prior to his death.

The Fort Worth trial will commence on April 25th.

Read more about the case by linking here

Below is  the filing:

41 comments:

  1. for all the haters, i guess Chapo and Mayo aren't the only snitches.. looks like this rat is just as much a snitch as JOTOSIEL CARDENAS.. I wouldn't be surprised if osiel gets the same justice when he's released.. i understand chapo is a snitch but you have to hand it to him.. he practically ran the "WalMart" of drug trafficking for over 20yrs... osiel was "nickle and Diming' for less than 5yrs and got busted for making stupid moves..compared to the sinaloans, cdg is nothing.. yea truth hurts

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    1. Who gives a shit about any of these losers. They are all garbage to this world and they all snitch every fukkkin one of them. As for stupid moves they all make them sooner or later. U sound like the pendejos who say chapo is good el señor de los cielos was good. No one drugdealer is good they all are shit and no matter how much money they make they are empty and miserable. The only thruth here is these pendejos get to were they are because of pendejos who cheer and follow them. Te lo dejo de tarea

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    2. Snitch-aloa nutthuggers here we go again. Of all the snitches El Mayo is the worst he has three sons in custody and he's still on the lam. They snitch on blo people on macho prieto & he probably snitch out Chapo short ass. No honor among thieves that's for sure. When caught up almost everybody will start to sing.

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    3. 7:24
      You gotta hand it to Jotosiel Cardenas
      He created the Zetas and they kicked Sinaloans ass from Tamaulipas Laredo Chihuaha Sinaloa sonora and la Baja.

      You are a pendeja chapo and osiel caused the worst toncome to Mexico . one for being a greedy snitch the other for being a blood thirsty snitch.

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    4. Yeah chapo wouldn't make dumb moves like meeting with actresses to discuss movie deals would he?

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    5. @2:47
      You forgot that they snitched on El Ondeado too.

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    6. Calmense niñas

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    7. 3:58. Lmao.
      @7:24. Looks like the guys that snitched are the zeta father and son. Looks like they told them why they were following him. And who else they were following. And why. And this story does make since. Cdg lost a lot of structure. But maybe the Sinaloas popped him. Would make sense too. They made agreements with Cdg. Had to go through him. Let the rest of zeta vs zeta vs cdg vs cdg kill each other off which is what's happening and easier to take that plaza. In other words nobody knows shittt.

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  2. Com-on now. The defense says he wasn't fearful for his life . Well he wasn't fearful enough for sure . Basically theyre saying he had no reason to fear ? I would say that subject would be moot at this point . I hope these hitmen get the death penalty . I find them guilty on the evidence presented before me. I can do that . I'm not the media and I'm not a impartial juror . If these fucker are innocent its most likely not of much . Oh yea and I'm not politically correct . But I am certainly glad we got people like Chivis to help balance it out . Short rope and a tall tree !

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  3. The plot thickens

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  4. Lucio, contact me at dad4bb.yahoo.com. I might be able to get us "on the ground" (or in the courtroom coverage of the trial.
    thanks,
    DD

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  5. The defense plans to call nearly 60 witnesses, including federal agents who can testify about Guerrero Chapa’s “illegal activities” while he was a U.S. informant, court records show

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    1. where are you seeing that? We read every document and court filing today and saw nothing about those witnesses.

      where exactly?

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    2. Lucia. http://crimeblog.dallasnews.com/2016/03/southlake-lawyer-gunned-down-by-assassin-in-shopping-center-feared-for-his-life-government-says.html/

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    3. Hi DD
      yesterday lucio and i looked at all the documents on pacer. there was no mention of most the stuff that DDN contends. While it could be, we are going by the documents. the indictment is sealed and one other doc.

      The post Lucio put up prior to this was from DDN I think the one you link to. But after paying for and going through the docs, and it seems that the defense is contending the atty was a big time CDG leader, the feds are defending him and even tried to get the cocaine found in his system out of trial.

      stay tuned...another novela....BTW I am back in action although on a limited basis beginning today.

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    4. The government agencies do not testify in criminal cases because of their secret secrecy concerns and Omertas.

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  6. You vatos are pendejoes.....snitching is a part of their life.....osiel...chapo....lazcano....they all do it pendejoes

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  7. Why is the US involved. Its a Mexican problem. The Dea and US courts are so crooked

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    1. It happened on US soil man...they have no choice but to do something...the DEA is a lot more corrupt than the US courts for sure. .

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    2. 5:57 by law, the only agency that can traffic and import drugs into the US is the DEA, all others doing it are criminals, and no amount of presidential pardons will change any of it.
      They claim patriotic motives, it is a lie, they stole most of the money for investments abroad safely offshored...

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    3. I agree 100 percent with you...in the end it is all about money and control.

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  8. All we hear about nowadays is Gulf Cartel leaders....they are such a joke of an organization. That position seems to be like a top terrorist position..meaning your job doesn't last long before your caught or killed

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    1. So what's ur point

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    2. Read it again....their leadership is a joke

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  9. He probably had DEA protection. He felt safe in the mouth of the wolf

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    1. 6:33 as heir to the guadalajara cartel, the CDS MOST PROBABLE PARTNER ON THE US IS THE CIA.
      --Remember the CIA agent felix ismael rodriguez got DEA agent Kiki Camarena and his pilot Alfredo Avelar kidnapped tortured for 3 days, murdered and buried in a secret grave for a while, and the CIA ain't testifying about any of it...

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  10. the main man lives in Vermont and is running the entire show.....

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    1. 8:09 and the name of the main man in Vermont is? And if you can.say, why?
      It is bad for our education to be having to ask 'you', i'd like to wring your neck.

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  11. There're a lot of drug cartel glorification comments! Why?

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    1. The cartels are better than the mexican government that exploits the cartels and blames them for their own dirty deeds.

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  12. This guy was not boss of nothing.shit has changed if you want to b a plaza boss in tamauilipas be ready to fight for the plaza or defend it yourself.

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    1. In other word y'all lost structure? Each fraction on their own with a few exceptions. Sorry to say this but that's not gonna work in a game of chess.

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    2. Cdg is better structured than u think.a plaza underboss was caught in reynosa n the plaza boss and the guy who wanted b the plaza,boss died fighting each other.while all this shit is happening drugs are flowing thru south Texas where the cdg main factions r on the opposite side. Think about that

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  13. when somebody wants a dead in usa they hire american gangs not mexican.

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  14. Cardenas still running the show from behind bars like the EME does it.

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    1. No he doesn't or el kelin wldnt got killed

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    2. 1:30 Prove that el kelin got killed?
      Up to now that is all gossip...

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  15. Yes he does guillen still runs some not all part of cdg!

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  16. Find the hit man lock them up and toss away the key. America doesn't fuck around with hitmen. Kill enough people and the CIA will find you and take care of you. 'Sicario' style.

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  17. 4:00 hit men killed kennedy, luther king, malcolm x, fred hampton, John-john, Tupac, b|g, lee harvey oswald, luis donaldo colosio, and even got nixxon compromised in Watergate, hit men are a godsent for some people...

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  18. Te acuestas con perros, se te pegan las pulgas.

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