Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Found guilty in USA, a Zeta sicario who dismembered a female child in front of her parents

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

Subject Matter: Marciano Millan Vazquez
Recommendation: See link to article on his zeta activities at Piedras Negras prison

Marciano Millan Vazquez

Reporter: Juan Alberto Cedillo
The Mexican narco trafficker Marciano Millan Vazquez was declared guilty of the 10 charges that he faced in the United States, among them various homicides and drug trafficking.

The ex member of Los Zetas will be sentenced this coming October, and he is looking at a life sentence.

Millan Vazquez is a ruthless killer, who in Piedras Negras prison, Coahuila, who with a machete, dismembered a young girl in front of her parents, he killed and "cooked" no less than a dozen victims, at the same time as attending mass on Sundays in San Antonio.


In order to judge him for crimes committed in Mexico, the Prosecutors of the Court of Texas utilized a special pact of the law that permits them jurisdiction. This made him a mark to hit for the USA justice department.

Pleading in defence of Millan, Jaime Cavazos, alleged that all of the testimony admitted into the trial lacked evidence, Russell Leachman, and assistant prosecutor said evidence in their possession ranged from recorded phone calls to the death of an informant that who condemned the accused.

During the trial, various witnesses that gave testimony described the activities of Millan Vazquez in the criminal organization of Los Zetas, and gave account about the subalterns that bought authorities in the State.

For example, Adolfo Efren Tavira Alvarado, ex chief of programming for Televisa, giving his testimony to the Judge and confessed that "Los Zetas control the Municipal Police of Piedras Negras. Also the bought Federal Police Commanders and some members of the Army and had arrangements with the PGR, with the Marines", he couldn't he said.

He added:" I knew of a contribution that was handed to the Governor in 2012. He was Governor Ruben Moreira but I do not know how much money was handed over. I was present at the delivery but got out before the delivery was made. It was in Rancho Beto Casas," He was handed suitcases of money but did not know the amount inside them.

Other witnesses, Rodrigo Humberto Uribe Tapia, son of an ex mayor of Piedras Negras that has two disappeared brothers, assured that Millan operated as a financier of Los Zetas, and that he gave four million dollars to functionaries of the administration of Humberto Moreira to buy protection for the criminal organization.

Zetatijuana put the number of assassinations at 300 that he is responsible for, and they report that the female child was 6 years old, and was killed as part of a zeta purge. (Otis: I think this killing was carried out as the zetas purged Allende, see link to an article by BB reporter Valor on Allende).

Original article in Spanish at Proceso

64 comments:

  1. He is as good as dead in a Texas prison

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    1. This is one ugly dude, bet he gets to spend the rest of his days at ADX Florence in Colorado. There you slowly rot away over the years.. alone. Sensory deprivation causes you to turn into a vegetable. It's worse than the death penalty

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    2. One can only hope so.

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    3. There are more zetas than you think in Texas. Maybe in California they would kill him on sight , pero son muchos los putos in Texas.

      Pero solitos ni ladran

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    4. Death is too good for this pos!

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    5. 5:18 in California there is more people from CDS and from MICHOACAN because this is there territory

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    6. I hope someone with a daughter already has his ticket in prison...pinche mierda

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  2. So did the US get jurisdiction to prosecute because of the drug trafficking charges rather than the murder charges which presumably happened in Mexico to Mexican citizens?

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    1. 5:49 I am not knowledgeable on this law but what I am understanding is that when a criminal organization stretches across countries into the united states we can prosecute for the crimes they committed in mexico because its a part of the big picture . If their crimes don't spread into the USA we have no jurisdiction . The rational seems to be these murders is a part of his criminal organization and his criminal organization stretches across the USA . I believe this trial has to be taking place in a federal district court in texas . Not a texas courtroom

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    2. In Mexico he wouldn't have been prosecuted. At least here in the states he was locked up.

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    3. RICO - illigal activities to further an enterprise (Zetas). I believe facts about that case are used to establish the defendants position in the org n for sentancing only

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    4. Too bad it wasnt a texas prison! In the words of ron white he said if u come to texas and kill somebody were gonna kill u back lol!

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    5. It's like that RICO shit pero a nivel international you feel me?
      El Taliban boricua.

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    6. Virgilio Andrade alias "Margara Francisca" has resigned, his secretariat, after finding NOTHING ILLEGAL in the Casa Blanca de epn, I mean de la pinchi gaviota, I mean de HIGA, of Panama Papers fame...

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  3. With nothing but time to pace a cell,enjoy your he'll on earth.

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  4. Some of the people are worse than Muslims from ISIS. Kiling is not enough. Oh no. He must decapitate. He must torture. He must do something really horrible.

    What's wrong with them ?

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    1. 6:27am Al Queda in the past and ISIS in the present have done exactly the same. Nothing new to them.

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    2. ISIS has used Zetas videos as propaganda

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    3. 6:27 am 12:26 pm and 1:46 pm...lets keep the focus where it should be. On these murderers im mexico and do not try to soften their acts by making it appear they are just copying muslims who i guess you see as much worst for doing the same savage shhhitttt.

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    4. 6:29
      Yeah, sure, lets keep the focus in Mexico and give ISIS and their ilk a free pass. I don't think so. Let's keep the focus on ALL inhuman scum and call it out. Don't let comments that try to put things in a historical, accurate context confuse you.

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  5. Too bad we are civilized in the US.He deserves the same he gave that little girl. The punishment should fit the crime.Include all the corrupt police, governors and anyone else involved as accessories.

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    1. Will they ever institute the death penalty in Mexico? Probably not. Why would it matter anyway when govt. and DTO's are on the same team? Is there any end to this ongoing tragedy?

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    2. Uh, I don't know if you noticed what happened in Tlatelolco in 1968, or in Iguala in 2014, and all the other Atencos and mass murders in between, but there has been a death penalty in Mexico for a long time. Calderon said the 73-year-old woman raped and murdered by soldiers in Zongolica, Veracruz, actually died of gastritis. Stand up and protest and you will be cut down. There's no justice, no trial, but there are plenty of government-sanctioned executions, especially in places like Veracruz and Guerrero...

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  6. "Con la marina no pudieron hacer tratos mañosos..."
    (With the marinas, the zetas could make no deals...")
    --In PROCESO, says one commenter:
    "Como no", which means "how not", which means of course they had deals with the marinas...
    I believe you have your deals with corrupt mexican government officers, you pay and have your deal, until they decide more deal ($$$) is needed, then they sell your ass away anyway...to other cartels usually...
    --The marinas in mexico are famous for being fully owned by the US navy and the CIA, with special secret training centers and military bases like they had in veracruz for training the contras nicaragüenses in loading/ unloading planes with billions of dollars, cocaine and mariguana for the CIA and weapons for the contras, or the one in "EL CAPULIN" near Cuernavaca Morelos where the mexican marina and two US marinas were working when genarco garcia luna's federales tried to murder them dressed as civilians (but the federales of GGL came back later,in uniform, to "investigate".)
    --Mexican government denied the assaulted were US MARINES, LATER SAID THEY WERE CIA...
    --"Mexican shooting exposes secret CIA involvement in the drug war" by Mario Andrade.
    --"McHale's Navy": the defense information security agreement of 2008 turns the mexican navy into a quasi branch of the US military...
    --The navy AND the CIA WORKED WITH PINOCHET TO TOPPLE ALLENDE...
    --and of course, they traffic drugs, and one distinguished former member looove all the I trigger and the money they made together "to save the US" but they could not beat the contras, because they chose to steal the cocaine, marihuana, lsd, heroin, money, he is george herbert walker bush...and compañia (cia)

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  7. are you kidding me, this piece of shit gets a life sentence in Texas. meaning he will be house and fed for the rest of his worthless life all paid by the citizens, scum like this should just get shot and thrown in the garbage. is teh U.S getting soft on this sob's or wtf, another worthless shit like guero palma that kill so many people walks out like nothing( i know he in mexico which means he could be free any minute like caro quintero)

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    1. Other countries dont believe in the death penalty and will not extradite unless the US does NOT seek death penalty

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    2. Capital punishment would be better but Mexico says no to capital punishment

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    3. @1:48 He was captured in US. there was no extradition involved.

      For several of other commentators, he was just convicted. he has not been sentenced. The judge has the prerogative to sentence him to "life without parole".

      The death penalty was reinstated in the US in 1988 but has rarely been used.
      • Three people have faced execution by the federal government since 1988:
      • Timothy McVeigh - Executed on June 11, 2001
      • Juan Raul Garza - Executed on June 19, 2001
      • Louis Jones - Executed on March 18, 2003

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    4. Let's impose the minimum wage standards of the US in mexico too, not just the death penalty...
      and impose penalties for corruption and state sponsored murder and terrorism and demand freedom of expression, not option to self censure as the US has now because con dinero baila el perro, or la Perra, depending on who the bitch and how $$ much

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  8. Killed a child....mfer im passing the word on you.....your in texas bitch ......we dont like your kind

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    1. Yeah nigga put the word out so they welcome this worthless piece of shit in Texas, fucking around with children? Not even raza will back you up puto.
      Un Pintero.

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    2. respect to youse guys

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    3. There is a lot of corruption in prisoners imposing their own brands of "low standards", when it comes to criminal justice, criminals should have NO VOICE...
      criminals, shut the fuck up!!!

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  9. This really tests the limits of human conception even to read and think about. If the parents were going to die too what was the reasoning behind this? Pure sadistic evil I guess. Incredible this "person" can even live without taking his own life at any given chance. In the bigger picture I think its important to remember Mr. Ruben Moreira and people like him and their cowardly role in this. Maybe also as a US citizen me and others should remember this when were tempted to do a line of cocaine at a party.

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    1. Henry Cisneros brother and a few of his special boys team have been named as investors that lend their name to the moreiros, the yarrington, and other luminaries of mexican politics that the US government looove sooo much...

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  10. There is no details on how they arrested this guy. Was there a raid, was he being flooded then arrested, etc.

    If he really did all this, why would he be in the US?

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    1. He had a hit on him. He got arrested, interrogated and released by Mexican MarinA. This is the same as the kiss of death in the underworld. Zetas assumed he provrovided info so he went on the lam.

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    2. 5:40 THANKS A LOT, I had forgotten what you call "kiss and release", that is a bad facking smear of shit on Bad Guy wannabe's

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  11. With a life sentence, won't he be out in like 15-18 years with "good behavior"?

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    1. He could be...but then the parole board will see what he was originally convicted of and will deny his parole until he dies

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    2. Federal system life mean when you die. There is no good behavior for a life sentence. When you die

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    3. I think life in texas carries 40-45 years before you can get parole

      ~~~el spaceio~~~

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    4. If you are a white racist criminal murderer, you get life, or death penalty, then win and win appeals until the tejanoses release you, brother, James Byrd jr. would shot himself if he saw "tejas justice" at work, specially in his case...
      --but fack el Marciano Millan, he seta.

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  12. What a scum-bag POS

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  13. There is no punishment on earth that fits this mans actions. Hopefully Texas handles its business.

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  14. Lmmfao. Where are all the Zeta ball lickers? You know the ones always yelling that Zorraz don't snitch? Hahaha

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  15. Life sentence can mean several things. They could say 25 to life meaning after 25 he is eligible for parole. Or plain life sentence without parole. I'd say he is getting no parole. The US don't take to kind to dismembering bodies. Especially that of a helpless child. He is definitely going to rot. Isn't that always the case? The smaller guy rots and is forgotten about. Some states say parole after 20 years. However it's Texas he will be there until he die.

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    1. @6:33 and 6:46. He was tried and convicted on Federal charges and will go to Federal prison. Texas law has nothing to do with it.

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  16. he better hope there isn't a god!

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    1. I believe there is...but for his sake,i truly believe there is..hahaha.his day is coming.

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  17. That clown TeTa wont make it past year one....connected or not.... Their gonna makem target practice for the hitters in the pen.... They may let that slide in Mexico... Choppin up kids.... But not once ya pass the border... The dudes in the can... Dont tolerate that shit....
    PURO CJNG....CURNAVACA....MORELOS

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  18. If the USA government made a deal with this piece of shit that shows you how fucked up our justice system is.this guy shld of been put to death or dropped in the middle of the hardest American prison yard so he can be shown some manners and some rules about not touching kids for shit.What a Fucking asshole

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  19. Federal sentencing guidelines apply. He will do life, period.

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    1. @12:36. the sentences specified in the Guidelines Manual are advisory, not mandatory. That is, federal judges may consult the manual but they are not bound to impose the sentences it calls for. The upshot of Booker is that federal court trial judges often have considerable sentencing discretion, and appellate court judges can overturn trial judges’ sentences only for an abuse of discretion

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    2. 000ps, dd is a lawyer, no le presten dinero!!!

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  20. NO PROOF JUST HE SAID SHE SAID... ZZZzzzz will soon run TX prisons

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  21. And why not prosecute the governor and his brother because the child that they were supposed to protect as a citizen of their state got slaughter for a few dollars. ..

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  22. Mexico has no problem with this zeta, so, why should America.
    He's a big hero in Mexico and with many Mexicans in America!

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    1. Was the little girl alive when this "hero" chainsawed her?
      A special fate awaits this fatso.
      The true God loves his children.
      Crank up the lightning for this bastard.

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  23. But 1:19.. He murdered and dismembered a baby. Hence the problem..Do You Get It NOW?

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  24. Only people from out of this world would commit such heinous acts o wait a sec he is out of this world he's marciano wearing the tetaz brand name Damn pinches tetaz have hired people from that far away !!!

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