Tuesday, June 7, 2016

What It's Like to Lead a Team of Zetas Cartel Hitmen in One of Mexico's Bloodiest States

The man sitting in a cheap hotel room made it clear that he would not be described physically, though there wasn't anything remarkable about his appearance.

Nor would it be possible to reveal the exact location of the meeting, and any idea of using his real name, or usual alias, was clearly out of the question.

Instead, the chief of a cell of hitmen for the Zetas cartel in Veracruz, one of Mexico's deadliest states, created a name for publication that he thought represents his career — El Sangres, from the Spanish word sangre, which means blood.

It is very rare to get the chance to talk to an active Zeta commander. El Sangres agreed to the interview, it seemed, because he was keen to talk about the way the influence of his notoriously bloody cartel in Veracruz has risen and fallen with the strength of its ties to the state government.

The Zetas, he admitted, have lost presence in recent years because of a turf war with the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG in Spanish) which, he insisted, have a deal with the current governor Javier Duarte. But, he added, he was sure that the Zetas will find a way of returning to dominance again.

"Duarte is a puppet," he said. He did not sound angry. His tone suggested he was simply stating a fact, that the rules of the game have changed from the days when it was the Zetas who had the loyalty of the governor. "Duarte wants to finish off the Zetas, but that's never going to happen. They kill one of us and three or four are coming right back at them."

The hitman's claims about the governor, who has been in office since 2010, are not verifiable. Even so, few serious observers of Mexico's drug wars explain the rampant violence in Veracruz today without reference to narcopolitics.


'They kill one of us and three or four are coming right back at them'


At the same time both Sangres' cool, and his bravado, suggest that — as elections approach on Sunday to replace Duarte — the terror suffered in Veracruz and other Mexican states is going to continue.

VICE News confirmed with three credible sources that Sangres is who he claims to be, an active Zeta for the past five years and the leader of a cell of hitmen in the center of the state.

In the interview he said he has nearly a dozen assassins working beneath him. He called them his angelitos, or little angels.

"They are a family, my family is the group I manage, straight up assassins," El Sangres stated. He insisted that though "people think we are the worst," there are good reasons why he is ordered to kill. His victims "owed something" or had got involved in things they shouldn't have. With what seemed like pride, he said he does not commit other kinds of crimes, such as extortion or theft.

'I get my orders to go to a particular place, find a particular person, abduct them, and ensure they are never seen again'


"I'm not going to take your wallet or your phone, I'm not going to take your watch," he said. "I get my orders to go to a particular place, find a particular person, abduct them, and ensure they are never seen again."

The Zetas origins trace back to the northeastern border state of Tamaulipas in the late 90s. The Gulf cartel recruited elite Mexican military deserters to form an armed wing of their criminal organization. The group of highly-trained former soldiers later began to operate independently, and the Gulf-Zeta alliance finally split in 2010 leading to a particularly violent turf war in Tamaulipas.

In the meantime, the Zetas had carved out an especially bloody reputation, hanging bodies from bridges, leaving heads in front of schools, dismembering women on video and then publishing them online.

"We weren't here in Veracruz. We entered because the government of Fidel Herrera let us and this I guarantee you," said El Sangres, referring to Duarte's predecessor.

El Sangres said that "Fidel" initially invited the Zetas in to Veracruz, just south of Tamaulipas, in 2005 to take care of "problems" he had. But, the hitman added, the group soon got beyond the governor's control.

Zeta influence in Veracruz once seemed so unchallenged locals joke darkly that it explained the "z" in the state's name, and in so many other of its major cities — the state capital, Xalapa-Enriquez, Orizaba, Coatzacoalcos, Ciudad Mendoza, Zongolica, Aculztingo, and others.

Fernanda Rubí Salcedo was one victim of Zeta horror.


The Zetas, it seems, kidnapped the pretty 21-year-old on September 7, 2012, because one of their leaders wanted her to be his girlfriend.

Rubí and several friends had gone out to a trendy bar called the Bulldog in Orizaba, an important city in central Veracruz and a stronghold of the cartel. Near midnight, four armed men entered the bar and headed directly for her.

Even though the bar was busy, and guarded by private security, nothing prevented the group from pulling the young woman from the dance floor by her hair. They bundled her into a truck that disappeared into the night. The bar was just 50 yards from the municipal police headquarters and only a few hundred yards from a state police base.

Since then Rubí's mother has become the driving force behind efforts to find the missing young woman.

The Zetas abducted Fernanda Rubí Salcedo. Her mother marches in Mexico City holding a poster with her photo. (Photo by Nathaniel Janowitz/VICE News)

"I investigated very deeply and gave the authorities addresses, names, clues. And why didn't they act?" Araceli Salcedo said last month. "Because they know the Zetas, they know who is involved and you can't beat these people."

Salcedo was speaking while on a march in Mexico City on May 10 this year — Mexican Mother's Day — along with hundreds of other families who are also missing loved ones from across the country.

'Because they know the Zetas, they know who is involved and you can't beat these people'


Her fearlessness is well known in Veracruz where last October a local paper filmed her as she shouted "where's my family" at Governor Duarte when he visited Orizaba with his.

The governor initially ignored her and smiled at a poster Salcedo was holding of Rubí.

"Don't mock me, wipe that smile off your face," the determined mother said. "You're all the same. Pure corruption."

Salcedo's cries resonated in Veracruz where many believe the politicians are the biggest criminals.

The first sign that the Zetas' political control in Veracruz might be slipping came in a YouTube video posted in July 2011 featuring a large group of armed and hooded individuals calling themselves Los Matazetas — The Zeta Killers. They named former governor Herrera as the Zeta leader, calling him "Z 1"

Los Matazetas, aka CJNG, pose in a YouTube video released in 2011 threatening the Zetas. (Screenshot via YouTube.com)

The Matazetas were actually a branch of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel, and their video announced their attempt to take the state from Zeta control. It was the beginning of the battle between the cartels that continues today.

The Jalisco cartel has since been recognized as the the fastest growing cartel with their presence felt in states throughout Mexico.

In 2015, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) published a map with the most recent distribution of cartels in Mexico and they labelled CJNG as the owners of central Veracruz. Another DEA report from the same year, puts the CJNG and its partners The Cuinis, as the world's richest drug traffickers over the legendary Sinaloa Cartel and its now detained leader Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán. The report labelled Veracruz in red, as a key to their economic superiority, because through it the CJNG can smuggle cocaine and methamphetamine to Europe, Canada, and Asia.

El Sangres says that the intruders have also been aided by Duarte switching loyalties after he took office in 2010.

"We are losing ground, presence, respect, everything," he said.

The hitmen said the Zetas are losing members to the CJNG. He also bemoaned the unraveling of the group's famed, if brutal, professionalism that was the norm when he joined la última letra, which means the final letter in Spanish — Z.

'They are sending kids who are not trained to the front, to the battles... Some of these kids are 15 years old, and never more than 20'



"Unfortunately, the organization of la letra is hiring people who don't know what they are doing. They are sending kids who are not trained to the front, to the battles," he said. "Some of these kids are 15 years old, and never more than 20. There are very few people left who are older and who understand what our work is."

However inexperienced the killers, the violence continues in Veracruz.


In the month between the interview and publication three incidents made national headlines. In Xalapa-Enriquez, five people were executed in a bar. In Amatlán de los Reyes five dismembered bodies were discovered. A message with the bodies alleged the dead were Zetas, killed by operatives of the CJNG. In the Bulldog — the bar in Orizaba where Rubí was abducted — an important cartel member was gunned down in the early morning hours.


The turf war with Jalisco is one of the reasons why El Sangres only agreed to an interview if we kept it to under half an hour.

His explanation was that his "work" requires him to change locations every 60 minutes or be killed. His nervousness was evident. He sat stiffly in a chair in the corner of the room. His hands tightly gripped the arms of the seat. His knuckles were white throughout.

The decline of the Zetas, however, has not brought security for the inhabitants of Veracruz.

For the Quevado Orozco family, life under the control of CJNG was even worse.

Kidnappers took Gerson Quevado, a 19-year-old architecture student, from outside a convenience store in the town of Medellin de Bravo in March 2014. They demanded 80,000 pesos, about $4,300, from his family who paid the ransom exactly as they were told.


Gerson's father, mother, sister, brother, girlfriend, and girlfriend's brother waited at the family home for a call that didn't come to say he had been released. Instead, a supposed friend of the family gave them an address where he said Gerson was being held.

'Why did they kidnap my son? Why did they kill my other son? He only wanted to see his brother... These people don't have mothers? They don't have children?'


The family sent Gerson's brother, Alan, a promising 15-year-old goalie on a popular Veracruz soccer team. They also sent Miguel, his girlfriend's brother and an accomplished taekwondo fighter. They didn't tell the authorities. They were nervous the police had links to the kidnappers.

Alan and Miguel were met by gunfire when they arrived and died instantly. Gerson is still missing today.

Gerson, Alan, and Miguel are all missing or dead. Family members march in Mexico City on Mother's Day holding their images. (Photo by Nathaniel Janowitz/VICE News)

The family are convinced that the kidnappers were part of the CJNG and have police protection because they did not act on evidence they gave them.

"Not only did our relatives disappear, the evidence disappeared too. What do you do with so much corruption?" said Marisela Orozco, Gerson and Alan's mother. "The fucking government is the one that is finishing us."

Orozco, her husband, and her daughter marched with the mother of Rubí on Mother's Day in Mexico City, still trying to bring awareness to the violence in a state they have now fled.

"Why did they kidnap my son? Why did they kill my other son? He only wanted to see his brother," she said. "Don't these people have mothers? Don't they have children?"

El Sangres said he does have an ex-wife and kids. He claimed his ex knows what he does, but his children do not, though he no longer sees any of them.

"The family doesn't exist to me anymore, I'm alone," he said. For a moment he seemed unable to choose his words. His voice shook. "They don't know what's going on with me. I know about them, but no... "

El Sangres would only agree to a photo if we provided a mask. He decided to cover his head with a sheet and took aim at the camera. (Photo by Nathaniel Janowitz/VICE News)

The self-confessed mass murderer also described his decision to join the cartel as the product of the abuses of authority he witnessed as a municipal police officer. He said he left his job because of "all the injustices" that he saw and then joined the cartel when "they offered the right price."

But Sangres also said life as a hitman was not easy.

"Your life gets worse in all aspects," he said. "You don't sleep well. You feel the need to keep moving from one place to the other all the time. Why? Because even your own organization wants to bring you down."

Just before leaving the hotel, El Sangres told us that we could take a single photo, but only if we provided him with a mask. We had brought one with us in case he made this demand.

The hitman took a white sheet and covered the rest of his head. Standing in front of a white wall he raised his hand and pointed it at the camera. The movement made his shirt rise slightly revealing a real gun tucked neatly into his pants.

By Oscar Balderas and Nathaniel Janowitz Vice News

67 comments:

  1. cjng will soon be the only cartel in mexico no matter what any body says cds and zetas only had lots of land because they did not have to fight for it cjng has fought for what they have and look at them now one of the biggest cartel out there and riches

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    1. Your telling us that the Zeta cartel and the Sinaloa cartel didn't have to fight for the territory???? The cjng are traitors. That's how they to where they are.

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    2. Doubt they'll ever control tamps..

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    3. Every new cartelito stands on the shoulders of giant...ants.
      cjng started kissing cds ass, murdering for them, as much as las setas did for cdg, now with the right top bosses in charge, cjng are epn's go to men, good for the elite setas, that is why epn can not fix veracruz, and the comadres fidel herrera and javier duarte andan a la greña, but they are the ones that need killing...

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    4. CJNG are catfish. In other words bottom feeders whom wait until an area is weakened then they pounce. No respect given to these parasites. The CDS put in work for decades fighting all rivals to get what they have. Trust me I'm no CDS lover either but to say they didn't fight for what's theirs and absurd. Zetas will last because they have a unique set of skills that other cartels like and need. These newer cartel just copycat what CDG/Zetas did in the early days. CJNG will lose its steam and get too big for its pants. It always happens to these newly formed cartels. Look at LFM and CT for example.

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    5. Darth is waiting for CJNG to build their fortune and then the Empire will take them down and confiscate much of their $$$$$
      CDS has paid the Empire billions! for lighter sentences for Mayo's sons and son Chapo!

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    6. You must be a high school kid from jalisco. CDS, CDG & Zetas fought hard for the territories which honestly they just have weakened a little but still holds power all around the world. CDG, CDS & Zetas have influence in Europe & Asia. CJNG just takes a little piece of the puzzle mostly in Mexico & some parts of USA. The Cartel Game is bigger than what you think it is.

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    7. 2:23 the soul of mexico stinks of death, murder, tortures, and secret mass graves that can't hide very well the state's dirty deeds, now the state está como la que se peyó en el baile, toda zurrada, pero no sabe quien jué...

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    8. 2:23 well, I regret to inform you that we don't hate you, mofo if just because we don't know your ass from a pumpkin, I bet nobody here or few anywhere else know you yoyo...

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  2. 15 years old zetas are the ones figthing cjng in veracruz and they still cant win lol mencho trai puro culo igual que el nomas se esconde el wey

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    1. All the motherfacker can't find guys their own age to lead to their crap, that is why they recruit pendejo teenagers to become mainly their addict customers, to buy their 3 or 4 pesos crack and meth, puro pinchi bazuco...
      --Of course, turning the 'hood over to drugs and murdering gangs and ho's is one of the main business practices to clear the "real estate" all over the US, welcome to mexico...

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  3. I would of love to have seen a interview whit a elite profesional hitman like manuel torrez or ramon arellano not this idiot who moves every 1 hr for fear i bet he shit pants at nigth

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    1. Pablo Escobar would have loved to be interviewed, UT it was not in the cards, "alvarito" was not going to give him no breaks...
      Arturo Beltran Leyva would have loved to be interviewed, epn and genarco garcia luna would not consent to that, I don't k ow about carlos slim helu, "their business partner"

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    2. Ay si...mejor mamaselas wey eres puto no k muy pistolero de manuela torre

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    3. Put your self in his shoes or in a corrupt country like Mexico. You won't be saying that bs.

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    4. 10:15 don't defend the rabble, accuse the victimizers wherever you go, chismes, prensa, radio y television, BB comments, anything, as often as possible...

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  4. At one time the Guadalajara Cartel was the most powerful in Mexico and it looks it will go back to be the way it was in 1980.

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    1. Guadalajara cartel was all a sinaloa operation, to keep the heat away from the sinaloa and sonora mafias, they moved to guadalajara jal, it was closer to the action on el DF, estado de mexico and mexico city where the politicos presidenciales want everything nearby, airports, money drugs, their business participations, influence to peddle, the DFS, THE US EMBASSY, THE CIA...
      STUDENTS ALL OVER GUADALAJARA, were murdering each other with reckless abandon, the FER VS the FEG, over the politics apparently, but the drug trafficking family of students arellano felix won, apparently it was not about politics at all, the chilangos behind it expected survival of the fittest, like unos pinchis setas cualquieras, before it became a national practice.

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  5. More like a group of losers

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  6. If the kidnappers are not way up in the ranks they will die sooner or later. All sicarios get killed one way or another.

    Karma mother fuckers.

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    1. Their top bosses have been selling the cartels down the river, they need getting murdered.

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    2. Start killing or at least kidnapping the politicians up there in the ranks all you want, but if they appear alive after the dirty deed we will know it was an autosecuestro, like that of ruben figueroa figueroa father of ruben figueroa alcocer, zedillo's fundillo, I mean compadre, and all mass murdering genocida guerrero state governors...
      --then you have the autosecuestro de "el jefe" the panista "fernandez de cevallos", the panista politician that earned the love of carlos salinas de gortari for proposing the burning of the voting ballots for the "good of mexico" that needed no proof that salinas stole the election from cuauhtemito cardenas...
      If you kidnap a politician, just facking killit, it may not fix anything but he will be dead por hijo de la chingada

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  7. Oh ... My God...

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  8. These clickbait/for dummy headlines (never mind the articles) are starting to reach a nauseating point of exploitation.....I have long been skeptical of VICE, and their thin brand of 'adventure' journalism, I think they cover subjects that need reporting, but in such a blase, debonair, elitist way....Serves to gives the sheltered ones their fix of the horrors of the third world, without any real insight or knowledge. And I am very unconvinced that most of their sit downs with gang leaders or to be believed....

    This has nothing to do with the poster, for the record, only VICE. (And this supporters, if needed).

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    1. 11:34 it looks like we need to really go and sleep with some narco, criminal, gangbanger or sicario to be qualified to write here of a real experience "to make you happy"...
      --but WHO THE HELL ARE YOU? LIZ TAYLOR? Or, What?

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  9. Damn . Makes me want to go right out and join up . Such a cool life . Bunch of dumb bastards !

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  10. Poor girl.. Probably got raped and killed after they got bored of her

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  11. sweet ass post...more plz..

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    1. She disappeared, probably has been murdered, her mom is looking for her, have some respeto güey...

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  12. The key for any cartel to control a state is a governor who likes your $$$

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    1. Apparently javier duarte de ochoa took setas and cjng money, plus his state police kidnapping robbing extorting murdering and disappearing people all over the state, just like a marrana!

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  13. Cjng is just another zeta

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  14. What ever happened to z40? Can u post an update

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  15. Since z40 was arrested zetas have lost their fear factor this would never have happened were he still in charge when he was boss z was most powerful in Mexico

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    1. Setas were nothing but the hungriest barbarians, unleashed on mexicans by the army navy and el pri, they were soon working more for themselves like caciques de horca y cuchillo with their policia de rancho mentality...

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  16. Obviously, with zetas defecting to cjng, they know everything about this loser!
    No wonder he is very stressed.
    Sounds like a bad case of PTSD!
    Probably 90% of these cartel creeps are suffering from some mental illness initiated by their poor life choices1

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    1. Like 90% of posters without facts

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    2. 1:58 is a niña with even less "facts", 100% sure...

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  17. What ever happened to Fernanda Rubí Salcedo? Is she still missing? Such a terrible story, like a horror movie...

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    1. If she is not a sex slave in some seta congal, she must be dead.
      As the mother says, she has data, details, etc, and the "señor gobernador" refused to help...and made fun of her, I have seen the video, he is making comments to one of his buddies and both have a "hearty laughter" full of innocent happiness...
      --I am called a cynic, for not believing, I don't know what to call these heartless motherfackers...

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    2. Sad story... I don't know what else to say.. I'm sure whoever did this to her is probably dead.

      Karma has a way of taking care of things, whether it be in this life or the next. May she R.I.P. if she is indeed dead.

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  18. Sinaloans have also been known to abduct females they want! I met a lady who was abducted by her very cousin when she was 14 and forced to have two kids by the time she was 15 with him. A friend of my father was shot dead because a Sinaloan (who later joined the CDS), wanted his girfriend and could not have her! You just don't hear shit like this about Sianloa because they sensor the bad press within the state. Just like they sensored the six politicians killed over this passt election day weekend in Sinaloa! Yet people say CDS controls troublemakers over there when they themselves are the ones causing trouble.

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    1. Your right on that, most stories that get published about Sinaloa are just to glorify a narco..

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    2. Nice story but I'm curious to know HOW WAS SHE ABLE TO GET PREGNANT TWICE IN A 12 MONTH PERIOD?
      Listen to yourself:she was 14 and force to have 2 kids by the time she was 15!!!!!
      BB: are you serious posting comments like the one this clown just did? Come on. This is serious shit man

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    3. 12:25 according to one US senator you can drop a pill like camera to check the digestive tract, he suggested "that pill camera could check the front end at the same time", so that camera could check for you if a woman even at that age could get pregnant within a 12 month period, and maybe check if you have in your head more than an empty loft.

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  19. "Your life gets worse in all aspects," he said. "You don't sleep well. You feel the need to keep moving from one place to the other all the time. Why? Because even your own organization wants to bring you down."

    Sounds like a great life.. Sign me up!

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  20. Why y'all comments always glorifying these cartel bastards? This cartel better that cartel. That cartel will whip this cartel out. This cartel will be the last one standing. blah blah blah! No wonder Mexico is so fck up! It's part of the culture, society and the norm in Mexico. Kids in Mexico looks up to cartel members as their heros. Being a cartel bose is the what every kids in Mexico wants to be when they grow up!

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  21. First off I will say to these bastard mother fuckers..how big of a MAN do you feel when you kidnap young girls to be your girlfriends? Really..wow what big balls you have you piece's of shit. Esos no son huevos pinche feo cabron. Segun tanto dinero tienen y ni novas tienen. No mamen culos mierdas.

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    1. Yeah find a woman that WANTS you.They must be having trouble getting women.

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    2. Canadiana have you seen the faces of the guys who usually get arrested? I'm cute compared to those ugly mother fuckers, that's why they have to force women to like them.

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    3. 6:09, please, stop it...
      --if you were really even just a little bit "cute", you would not be anonymous and posting here, but I can tell you this: me das lastima...

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  22. They all do it el chalo Araujo was famous for doing this en la sierra de sinaloa he also kill chalino Sanchez on orders from mayo zambada two months ago they rape a girl from cosala in front of her family they were also el mayo's people not only snitches also a bunch of rapists... cerdos

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    1. You are a liar because CDS doesn't do those things.

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    2. how do you know??@ 6:10

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    3. Cds r worst then zetas

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  23. I don't get Mexican people they know there government is corrupt as fck but yet don't do nothing to stop it shame you Mexicans have all to blame yourself kill take out the government and start all over ... Here in the states thank god we have our constitution if our government tried wat Mexico is doing I guarantee we will raise up I'm arms!

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    1. I agree.the thing is that in the U.S.,you have the right to bear arms.Ak's,AR-15 etc.
      Here in Mexico might as well have bb guns.which is what's practically allowed for your average citizen.
      the government has made sure a revolution won't happen again.and the educational system here has made sure you don't go thinking out of the box.and just to keep the lid air tight..we have our corrupt government backed up by international interests that will ensure this shit stays that way.

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    2. 9:20 name those "international interests" don't be a poosee pos...
      --I know the US has been giving billions to epn to rob and steal and murder, helped by that and training for his military gorillas and it has been going on since the 50's after the US also financed Pancho villa and the mexican revolution in 1910 and the mexican independence war in 1810...

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  24. Gawd isn't democracy great!
    Mexico needs a dictator like The Punisher or Kim Jomg Ill!

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  25. Richard Allen Sheetz IIIJune 11, 2016 at 3:26 PM

    These folks sound like monsters. Why would you kill, or kidnap your own countryman and women? Invest in stocks i.e. LMT = Lockheed Martin it sells for $220 a share you can get 6.60 a share back. So if you have 15,000 shares costing 4 million dollars you'll have 100k a year doing nothing. Invest as a group. Have everyone invest into one stock honnestly with 0 blood money and divide the earnings. If someone wants out buy their shares pay them the market rate. This model would help greatly eliminate the need for illegal activities.

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    1. Don't you know they already do own stock in that and many other corporations?

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  26. 3:26-Sounds good in theory but.........There's faster money to be made out there[precisely because its illegal with personal high risk and lots are willing to risk].

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    1. My thesis has been tested and verified. I've talked entire sects of bloods, crips, ms13, Yamaguchi-gumi, and la eme to walk away from the life and put their crew together doing honnest work and put 1/2 their pay into a pot to make them get a slice of a portfolio so they can make by doing nothing. That's why they got into the life money buy stuff they want, in turn it impress women, etc. Corporate giants out earn the cartels daily, hourly and legally. Walmart for example is the world's biggest corporation. They make 350,000 per day on a bad day per store. Take 350*365 and add two zeros that's per store a year. They have over 15,000 stores worldwide. It's also a dividend stock. The cartels, mafia and street gangs are going about it all wrong. With passive income you make money by doing nothing. You have 0 overhead unless it's a investment property in which you pay a property management company 9% to run it for you. Don't think it'll pay off? Here's how Donald Trump made his first billion with a b. 71 buildings each 200 units rented at 500 dollars minimal per door nets about 100,000,000 per year. Wait 10 poof a billion. Reinvent a billion dollars in corporations buy AT&T, Apple, Home Depot and hire ppl a few pesos a month to make spread sheets or something. Poof you've made your country marketable like China has. Redo it 50 times get major companies to put factories in your country again poof you can make a liveable wage doing honnest work for your people instead of selling poison that kills others, destroying famlies, communities, and your country's reputation. I'll never teach, buy, or step foot below mexico. Why, it's full of corrupt ppl who want to murder, rob, kidnap and sell drugs. Your country almost has a lot in common with the middle east.

      Richard Allen Sheetz III

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    2. America has it's share of murderers, robbers, kidnappers and wholeheartedly, drug dealers...

      I take it you will never teach in places like Chicago, Washington DC, or Detroit as well?

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    3. My grandfather Robert Joseph Slater used to own CF&I Steel in Pueblo Colorado in the early 70s sold it in the 80s. He set up first reality and trust in Chicago which is a bank mind you and sold it. He died a billionaire. My mom is worth millions, as are my aunts n uncles. I'll earn my first million on my own. Not via inheritance. I will not stoop to help any thug from Illinois, CA, FL, NY or any other state. Maybe you've never heard of me but every one who's heard of the 3d printed gun has. I and Cody Wilson put the 3d designs on the net so even the victims of the cartel can print their own defense and shoot back. I've helped the FBI hunt down SABU, and other cyber terrorist due to the fact they're worth money.

      From my undergraduate research tells me the same my graduate research tells me. If I want to stop the cartels my best bet is to sink the narco subs and smuggle millions of moths which only eat coke n pot nothing else to desimate the crop which the cartels hold so dearly. Hard to sell a product if a pest is eating it all. It's hard to keep a billion dollar empire alot if your logistics of keeping your subs afloat goes haywire.

      I designed the pepakura 405ths halo suit, iron man suit. Self built hobby drones. I know how to desimate the cartels product and their fleets. I understand how to become wealthy upon legitimate buisness. It's those who hail below the Rio Grand who have 0 understanding of this notion.

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    4. My godfather Robert Joseph Slater helped build CF&I STEEL in Pueblo Colorado. He sold it and set up first reality and trust which is s bank in Chicago Illinois. I learned a lot from my grandfather. He died a billionaire leaving my parents, aunts and uncles with millions and the grand children with knowledge.

      I've taken apart anonymous sects for the FBI for money to finance my undergraduate and graduate degree. I've put the 3d printed gun on the Internet with my best friend Cody Wilson to help those attacked by the cartels to help them shoot back.

      I've designed the 405th halo armor upon their website. I understand how to make millions legitimately. Unlike those who hail from below the Rio Grand. I don't care if you hail from NY, CA, FP, IL, or any city or country. If you cannot live honorably you deserve to be hunted down, arrested, your empire stripped from you financially by the banks. I've been all over the Caribbean, Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and to Africa and South America. I take it you assume a lot.

      The answer to the end to the narcotics war is the moth that only eats pot and coke. And to sink the narco subs. Do that and you'll bankrupt the cartels.

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